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1 God be merciful únto | us and bless us || and show us the light of his counte
nance, ánd be | merci · ful unto | us; 2 That thy wáy may be known upon earth || thy sáving | health a | mong all |
nations. 3 Let the people práise thee 0 | God || yéa let | all the people | praise thee. 4 O let the nations rejoice and be glad || for thou shalt judge the folk righteously,
and govern the nations · up | on | earth. 5 Let the people praise thee O God l yéa let all the people praise thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase || and God, even our own Gód, shall |
give — | us his blessing.
Glory be to the Father | and · to the Son || ánd to the Holy Ghost:
A- | men.
1 Praise the Lord | O my soul || and all that is within me | praise his holy | Name. 2 Praise the Lórd | O my soul || ánd for get not | all his | benefits. 3 Who forgiveth | all thy sin || and héaleth | all — | thine in firmities; 4 Who saveth thy lífe | from de struction || and crowneth thée with | mercy · and |
loving | kindness. 5 O praise the Lord ye angels of his, yé that excel in | strength || ye that fulfill his
commandment, and hearken unto the voice - | of his I word. 6 () praise the Lord, all | ye his / hosts || ye servants of | his that I do his pleasure. 7 O speak good of the Lord, all ye works of his, in all places of his do | minion ||
praise thou the Lord TO my soul. Glory be to the Fáther | and to the Son || ánd I to the Holy | Ghost; As it was in the beginning is now, and I ever | shall be world without | end - 1
A – men.
1 Glory bé to God on high || and on earth | peace good / will towards | men. 2 We praise Thee, we bless Thée we worship | Thee || we glorify Thee, we give
thánks to | Thee · for | Thy great | glory.
3 O Lord Gód heaven · ly | King || Gód the Father | Al | mighty. 4 O Lord, the only-begotten Són Jesus Christ || O Lord God, Lamb of God Son
of the Father,
5 That takest away the sins of the world || have mércy | upon / us. 6 Thou that takest awáy the sins of the world || have mercy | upon / us. 7 Thou that takest awáy the sins of the world || receive our prayer, 8 Thou that sittest at the right hánd of God the | Father || have mercy | upon us.
9 For Thou only | art — | holy || Thóu on · ly | art the Lord. 10 Thou only, O Christ with the | Ho · ly | Ghost || art most high in the glory of
God the Father. || A | men.
1 Christ our Passover is sacri | ficed · for | us || thérefore | let us | keep the feast, 2 Not with old leaven neither with the léaven of | malice · and I wickedness || but
with the unleavened bréad of sin | ce-ri | ty and I truth. 3 Christ being raised from the dead | dieth no more || death hath no more do I
mi-nion over | him. 4 For in that he died, he died unto sin | once || but in that he liveth, he | li-veth |
unto God. 5 Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed | un-to | sin || but alive unto
Gód through | Je-sus | Christ our ! Lord. 6 Christ is risen | from the dead || and become the first | fruits of them that |
slept. 7 For sínce by | man came | death || by man came also the résur | rec-tion of the
Glory be to the Fáther | and to the Son || ánd / to the Holy | Ghost;