Opening – 402:1,2,4
Law – 65
Pre Sermon – 89
Post sermon – 4
Concluding – 241:1,3,5,6,8,9
Doxology – 316
Psalter 402: 1, 2, 4
O sing ye Hallelujah!
‘Tis good our God to praise;
‘Tis pleasant and becoming
To Him our songs to raise;
He builds the walls of Zion,
He seeks her wand’ring sons,
He binds their wounds and comforts
The broken hearted ones.
The starry hosts He numbers,
He calls them all by name;
His greatness and His wisdom
His wondrous works proclaim;
The meek He lifts to honor
He humbles sinful pride;
Give thanks to Him and utter
His praises far and wide.
No human pow’r delights Him,
No earthly pomp or pride;
He loves the meek who fear Him
And in His love confide;
Then praise thy God, O Zion,
His gracious aid confess;
He gives thee peace and plenty,
His gifts thy children bless.
Grace and truth shall mark the way
Where the Lord His own will lead,
If His word they still obey
And His testimonies heed.
For Thy Name’s sake hear Thou me,
For Thy mercy, Lord, I wait;
Pardon my iniquity,
For my sin is very great.
He who walks in godly fear
In the path of truth shall go;
Peace shall be his portion here,
And his sons all good shall know.
They that fear and love the Lord
Shall Jehovah’s friendship know;
He will grace to them accord,
And His faithful covenant show.
Ye children, come, give ear to me
And learn Jehovah’s fear;
He who would long and happy live,
Let him my counsel hear.
Restrain thy lips from speaking guile,
From wicked speech depart,
From evil turn and do the good,
Seek peace with all thy heart.
Jehovah’s eyes are on the just,
He hearkens to their cry;
Against the wicked sets His face,
Their very name shall die.
The Lord may suffer many griefs
Upon the just to fall,
But He will bring them safely through,
Deliv’ring them from all.
By evil are the evil slain,
And they that hate the just;
But all His servants God redeems,
And safe in Him they trust.
O wherefore do the nations rage,
And kings and rulers strive in vain,
Against the Lord of earth and heav’n
To overthrow Messiah’s reign?
Their strength is weakness in the sight
Of Him Who sits enthroned above;
He speaks, and judgments fall on them
Who tempt His wrath and scorn His love.
By God’s decree His Son receives
The nations for His heritage;
The conqu’ring Christ supreme shall reign
As King of kings, from age to age.
Be wise, ye rulers of the earth,
And serve the Lord with godly fear;
With rev’rent joy confess the Son
While yet in mercy He is near.
Delay not, lest His anger rise,
And ye should perish in your way;
Lo, all that put their trust in Him
Are blest indeed, and blest for aye.
Psalter 241: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9
My song forever shall record
The tender mercies of the Lord;
Thy faithfulness will I proclaim,
And ev’ry age shall know Thy Name.
Behold God’s truth and grace displayed,
For He has faithful covenant made,
And He has sworn that David’s son
Shall ever sit upon his throne.
Who in the heav’nly dwellings fair
Can with the Lord Himself compare?
Or who among the mighty shares
The likeness that Jehovah bears.
With fear and reverence at His feet
God’s holy ones in council meet;
Yea, more than all about His throne
Must He be feared, and He alone.
The swelling sea obeys Thy will,
Its angry waves Thy voice can still;
Thy mighty enemies are slain,
Thy foes resist Thy power in vain.
The heavens and earth, by right divine,
The world and all therein, are Thine;
The whole creation’s wondrous frame
Proclaims its Maker’s glorious Name.
All men on earth that live,
To God all glory give,
Praise ye the Lord;
His lovingkindness bless,
His constant faithfulness
And changeless truth confess;
Praise ye the Lord.