The Psalms of Israel in Rhymed English Metre

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author, 1915 - Bible - 150 pages
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Page lxxx - THE nations are come into Thine inheritance. They have defiled Thy holy temple. They have laid Jerusalem in ruins. They have given the dead bodies of Thy servants As food to the birds of heaven, Thy pious ones to the wild beasts of the earth.
Page lxxix - In Judah God is known,* His name is great in Israel, In Salem is his tabernacle, And his dwelling place in Zion.
Page x - Christ did not glorify himself to be made a high-priest, but he was called by him who said, Thou art my son, I this day have begotten thee; and in another place it is written, Thou art a priest for ever, after the order of Melchizedek.
Page vii - Nearly every Psalm has been metred with some particular tune in mind and with purpose somewhat to avoid the monotony of the 'ballad measure.

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