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76. Psalm 116

1 How can I ever thank the Lord
for all his gifts to me?
I'll raise salvation's cup, and call
on God's name joyfully.

2 I'll bring you offerings of thanks,
call on the name of God;
fulfil my promises among
the people of the Lord.

3 I'll pay my vows in God's own house,
the temple of the Lord,
there in your midst, Jerusalem.
Praise God with one accord!

Text Information
First Line: How can I ever thank the Lord
Title: Psalm 116
Meter: CM
Publication Date: 2005
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Christian Year: Maundy Thursday; Church: Worship; Holy Communion
Source: The Scottish Psalter, 1929, alt.
Tune Information
Name: JACKSON (BYZANTIUM)
Composer: Thomas Jackson (1715-1781)
Harmonizer: David Evans (1874-1948)
Meter: CM
Key: D Major
Source: Twelve Psalm Tunes, 1780
Copyright: Harmonization © Oxford University Press.



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