47. Bless All Who Trust in God (Psalm 128)

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Text Information
First Line: Bless all who trust in God
Title: Bless All Who Trust in God (Psalm 128)
Author: David Mowbray (1989, alt.)
Meter: SM
Language: English; Latin
Publication Date: 2013
Topic: Creation; Discipleship; Family (2 more...)
Copyright: © 1990 The Jubilate Group (admin. Hope Publishing Company)
Tune Information
Composer: Johann B. König (1738)
Arranger: William Henry Havergal (1847)
Meter: SM
Key: D Major

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This paraphrase of Psalm 128 effectively communicates the central theme of this short psalm that would have been sung by pilgrims while making their way to Jerusalem: trusting in God’s sovereignty is the only true source of blessing, both for ourselves and for those we love.

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