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Psalm 111 part 2

 The perfections of God.
Great is the Lord; his works of might Demand our noblest songs: Let his assembled saints unite Their harmony of tongues.
Great is the mercy of the Lord; He gives his children food; And, ever mindful of his word, He makes his promise good.
His Son, the great Redeemer, came To seal his cov'nant sure; Holy and reverend is his name, His ways are just and pure.
They that would grow divinely wise Must with his fear begin; Our fairest proof of knowledge lies In hating every sin.

Poem by Isaac Watts
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