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PSALM 114, by            
First Line: At what time jacobs race did leave of egypt take
Last Line: And purling springs from flints to flow.


At what time Jacobs race did leave of Egypt take
And Egypts barbrous folk forsake
Then, then Our God, Our King elected Jacobs race
His temple there, and throne to place
The sea beheld and fled: Jordan with swift return
To twynned springs his streams did turn
The mountains bounded so, as fedd in fruitfull ground
The fleeced Rams do frisking bound
The hillock capre'old so, as wanton by their damms
We capre'ol see the lusty lambs
O sea why didst Thou fly? Jordan why swift return?
To twynned spring what made thee turn
Mountains why bounded ye, as fed in fruitfull ground
The fleeced Rams do frisking bound?
Hillocks, why capreold ye as wanton with their dams
We capreoll see the lusty lambs
Nay you and earth with you quake ever at the sight
O God Jehovas might
Who in the hardest rocks makes standing waters grow
And purling springs from flints to flow.





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