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Scottish Psalter And Paraphrases by Anonymous

Psalm 105

8,6,8,6

^1Give thanks to God, call on his name;

to men his deeds make known.

^2Sing ye to him, sing psalms; proclaim

his wondrous works each one.

^3See that ye in his holy name

to glory do accord;

And let the heart of ev'ry one

rejoice that seeks the Lord.

^4The Lord Almighty, and his strength,

with stedfast hearts seek ye:

His blessed and his gracious face

seek ye continually.

^5Think on the works that he hath done,

which admiration breed;

His wonders, and the judgments all

which from his mouth proceed;

^6O ye that are of Abr'ham's race,

his servant well approv'n;

And ye that Jacob's children are,

whom he chose for his own.

^7Because he, and he only, is

the mighty Lord our God;

And his most righteous judgments are

in all the earth abroad.

^8His cov'nant he remember'd hath,

that it may ever stand:

To thousand generations

the word he did command.

^9Which covenant he firmly made

with faithful Abraham,

And unto Isaac, by his oath,

he did renew the same:

^10And unto Jacob, for a law,

he made it firm and sure,

A covenant to Israel,

which ever should endure.

^11He said, I'll give Canaan's land

for heritage to you;

^12While they were strangers there, and few,

in number very few:

^13While yet they went from land to land

without a sure abode;

And while through sundry kingdoms they

did wander far abroad;

^14Yet, notwithstanding suffer'd he

no man to do them wrong:

Yea, for their sakes, he did reprove

kings, who were great and strong.

^15Thus did he say, Touch ye not those

that mine anointed be,

Nor do the prophets any harm

that do pertain to me.

^16He call'd for famine on the land,

he brake the staff of bread:

^17But yet he sent a man before,

by whom they should be fed;

Ev'n Joseph, whom unnat'rally

sell for a slave did they;

^18Whose feet with fetters they did hurt,

and he in irons lay;

^19Until the time that his word came

to give him liberty;

The word and purpose of the Lord

did him in prison try.

^20Then sent the king, and did command

that he enlarg'd should be:

He that the people's ruler was

did send to set him free.

^21A lord to rule his family

he rais'd him, as most fit;

To him of all that he possess'd

he did the charge commit:

^22That he might at his pleasure bind

the princes of the land;

And he might teach his senators

wisdom to understand.

^23The people then of Israel

down into Egypt came;

And Jacob also sojourned

within the land of Ham.

^24And he did greatly by his pow'r

increase his people there;

And stronger than their enemies

they by his blessing were.

^25Their heart he turned to envy

his folk maliciously,

With those that his own servants were

to deal in subtilty.

^26His servant Moses he did send,

Aaron his chosen one.

^27By these his signs and wonders great

in Ham's land were made known.

^28Darkness he sent, and made it dark;

his word they did obey.

^29He turn'd their waters into blood,

and he their fish did slay.

^30The land in plenty brought forth frogs

in chambers of their kings.

^31His word all sorts of flies and lice

in all their borders brings.

^32He hail for rain, and flaming fire

into their land he sent:

^33And he their vines and fig-trees smote:

trees of their coasts he rent.

^34He spake, and caterpillars came,

locusts did much abound;

^35Which in their land all herbs consum'd,

and all fruits of their ground.

^36He smote all first-born in their land,

chief of their strength each one.

^37With gold and silver brought them forth,

weak in their tribes were none.

^38Egypt was glad when forth they went,

their fear on them did light.

^39He spread a cloud for covering,

and fire to shine by night.

^40They ask'd, and he brought quails: with bread

of heav'n he filled them.

^41He open'd rocks, floods gush'd, and ran

in deserts like a stream.

^42For on his holy promise he,

and servant Abr'ham, thought.

^43With joy his people, his elect

with gladness, forth he brought.

^44And unto them the pleasant lands

he of the heathen gave;

That of the people's labour they

inheritance might have.

^45That they his statutes might observe

according to his word;

And that they might his laws obey.

Give praise unto the Lord.

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