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Nehemiah 12:31

31 And I brought the princes of Iuda vp vpon the wall, and appoynted two greate queers of men to geue thankes, whych wente on the ryghte hande of the wall towarde the Donggate,

Psalms 1:1-6

1 Blessed is the man that hath not walked in the councel of the vngodly, ner stonde in the waye of sinners, & hath not sytt in the seate of the scornefull. 2 But hys delyte is in the lawe of the Lorde: and in his lawe will he exercise him selfe daye & night. 3 And he shalbe lyke a tre planted by the watersyde, that wyll brynge forth hys frute in due season. His leafe also shall not wither: & loke whatsoeuer he doth, it shall prospere. 4 As for the vngodly, is it not so wt them: but they are lyke the chafe which the wynde scatered awaye. 5 Therfore, the vngodly shall nott be able to stande in the iudgment, nether the synners in the congregacion of the ryghtewes. 6 But the Lorde knoweth the waye of the ryghtewes, and the waye of the vngodly shall peryshe.

Psalms 66:1

1 To the chaunter, The songe of a Psalme. O be ioyfull in God, all ye landes, synge prayses vnto the honoure of hys name, make hys prayse to be glorious.

1 Corinthians 14:40

40 let all thynges be done honestly and in order

Psalms 149:1

1 Haleluiah. Prayse the euerlastynge. O synge vnto the Lorde a newe songe, let the congregacyon of sainctes prayse hym.

Job 38:7

7 Where wast thou, when the mornyng starres praysed me together, and all the chyldren of God reioysed triumphantly?

Nehemiah 12:31-43

31 And I brought the princes of Iuda vp vpon the wall, and appoynted two greate queers of men to geue thankes, whych wente on the ryghte hande of the wall towarde the Donggate, 32 and after them wente Hosaia, and halfe of the prynces of Iuda, 33 and Asaria, Esdras, and Mesullam, 34 Iuda, BenIamin, Semia and Ieremy: 35 and certayne of the preastes chyldren wyth trompettes, namely Zachary the sonne of Ionathan, the sonne of Semeia, the sonne of Mathania, the sonne of Michaia, the sonne of Zacur, the sonne of Asaph, 36 and hys brethren Semeia, Alarael, Melalai, Gilalai, Maai, Nathanael & Iuda and Hanani, wyth the musicall instrumentes of Dauid the man of God. And Esdras the Scrybe went before them, 37 and besyde the wellgate, they wente vp ouer agaynst them vpon the steppes of the cytye of Dauid at the goynge vp of the wall beyonde the house of Dauid, vnto the Watergate Eastwarde. 38 The other queer of them that gaue thankes, went ouer agaynst them, and I after them, and the halfe parte of the people vpon the wall, beyonde the fornacegate, vntyll the brode wall, 39 and beyonde the porte of Ephraim, & beyonde the Oldgate, beyonde the fyshgate, and the tower of Hananeel, and the tower of Mea, vntyll the Shepegate. And they stode styll in the presongate, 40 and so stode the two queers (of them that gaue thankes) in the house of God, and I and the halfe of the rulers wyth me, 41 and the Preastes, namely Eliakim, Maasia, Miniamin, Michaia, Elioenai, Zachary and Hanania, wyth trompettes, 42 and Maasia, Semeiah, Eleasar, Ursi, Iehohanan, Melchiah, Elam and Ser. And the syngers sange loude, hauynge Iestahiah for theyr ouerseer. 43 And the same daye, they offred greate sacrifyces and reioysed: for God had geuen them greate gladnesse, so that both the wyues and chyldren were ioyfull, and the myrth of Ierusalem was herde farre of.

1 Corinthians 14:26

26 How is it then brethren? As oft as ye come together, euery one of you hath a songe, hath a doctrine, hath a tonge, hath a reuelacyon, hath an interpretacyon. Let all thinges be done vnto edifyinge:

Psalms 100:1-5

1 A Psalme for thankes geuynge. O be ioyfull in the Lorde (all ye landes) serue the Lorde with gladnes, and come before hys presence with a songe. 2 Be ye sure, that the Lorde he is God: 3 It is he that hath made vs, and not we oure selues: we are his people, and the shepe of his pasture. 4 O go youre waye into hys gates with thanckesgeuyng, and into his courtes wyth prayse: be thankfull vnto hym, and speake good of hys name. 5 For the Lorde is gracyous, hys mercy is euerlastynge, and his treuth endureth from generacion to generacion.

James 5:13

13 If any of you be vexed, let him praye. If eny of you be mery, let him synge Psalmes.

Colossians 3:16

16 Let the worde of Chryst dwell in you plenteously with all wysdome. Teache and exhorte youre awne selues, in Psalmes, and hymnes, and spirituall songes syngynge with grace in youre hertes to the Lorde

2 Chronicles 5:12-14

12 that both the Leuites and the syngers, vnder Asaph, Heman and Ieduthun, were appoynted to sondrye offyces with their chyldren and brethren & were arayed in fyne whyte, hauynge Symbales, Psalteries, and Harpes, & stode at the Eest end of the aulter and by them an hundred and .xx. preastes blowinge with trompettes. 13 And the trompette blowers and the syngers so agreed, that it semed but one voyce in praysinge and thankynge the Lorde. And whan they lyfte vp their voyce with the trompettes, symbales and other instrumentes of musyck, and whan they praysed the Lorde, howe that he is good, and that his mercye lasteth euer, the house of God was fylled wt a cloude: 14 so that the preastes coulde not endure to mynister by the reason of the cloude. For the maiesty of the Lorde had fylled the house of God.

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