Psalm 98 J.H.
Words: Sternhold and Hopkins, The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre
1 O sing ye now unto the Lord a new and pleasant song, For he hath wrought throughout the world his wonders great and strong: 2 With his right hand full worthily he doth his foes devour, And gets himself the victory with his own arm and pow'r. 3 The Lord doth make the people know his saving health and might, And also doth his justice show in all the heathen's sight. 4 His grace and truth to Israel in mind he doth record, And all the earth hath seen right well the goodness of the Lord. 5 Be glad in him with joyful voice, all people on the earth, Give thanks to God, sing and rejoice to him with joy and mirth: 6 Upon the harp unto him sing, give thanks to him always, Rejoice before the Lord our King, with trumpets sound his praise. 7 Yea, let the sea with all therein for joy both roar and swell, The earth likewise let it begin, with all that therein dwell. 8 And let the floods rejoice their fills, and clap their hands apace: Yea, let the mountains and the hills triumph before his face. 9 For he shall come to judge and try the world and every wight, And rule the people mightily with justice and with right.