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13. The Mighty God with Power Speaks (Psalm 50)

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First Line: The Mighty God with power speaks
Title: The Mighty God with Power Speaks (Psalm 50)
Author: Michael Morgan (1999, rev. 2011)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: CMD
Scripture: Psalm 50
Topic: Creation; Justice; Providence (1 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 1999, 2011 Michael Morgan (admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources)
Tune Information
Name: KINGSFOLD
Harmonizer: Ralph Vaughan Williams (1906)
Meter: CMD
Key: e minor
Source: English County Songs, 1893


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This paraphrase, set to a familiar English folk melody, focuses on the opening narrative section of Psalm 50 without attempting to summarize God’s speeches in the latter portion of the psalm. Both parts bear witness to God’s sovereignty, God’s justice, and God’s providence.


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