510. O Lord, I would delight in thee

1 O Lord, I would delight in thee,
and on thy care depend;
to thee in ev'ry trouble flee,
my best, my only friend.

2 When all created streams are dried,
thy fulness is the same:
may I with this be satisfied,
and glory in thy name.

3 No good in creatures can be found
but may be found in thee;
I must have all things and abound,
while God is God to me.

4 He that has made my heav'n secure
will here all good provide;
while Christ is rich can I be poor?
What can I want beside?

5 O Lord, I cast my care on thee;
I triumph and adore;
henceforth my great concern shall be
to love and please thee more.

Text Information
First Line: O Lord, I would delight in thee
Title: O Lord, I would delight in thee
Author: John Ryland, 1753-1825
Meter: CM
Language: English
Publication Date: 2000
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Protection; Redemption and Salvation
Tune Information
Name: WARWICK
Composer: Samuel Stanley, 1767-1822
Meter: CM
Key: C Major



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