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58. When Israel Was Going Forth (Psalm 114)

1 When Israel was going forth
from out of Egypt’s land,
and Jacob’s house from foreign tongues
they could not understand,

2 to be God’s holy dwelling place,
God’s choice on Judah fell,
and there as God’s dominion took
God’s chosen Israel.

3 The sea beheld and fled away;
the Jordan stopped its flow.
The mountains skipped like rams; the hills
like lambs skipped to and fro.

4 O sea, why did you run away?
O Jordan, why turn tide?
You mounts and hills, like rams and lambs,
why leap on every side?

5 O tremble, earth, before the Lord;
the God of Jacob fear;
God made the rock a water pool,
the stone a fountain clear.

Text Information
First Line: When Israel was going forth
Title: When Israel Was Going Forth (Psalm 114)
Author: Anon.
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: CM
Scripture: Psalm 114
Topic: God's Covenant with Israel; Sovereignty of God
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: PISGAH
Arranger: Alfred V. Fedak (2012)
Meter: CM
Key: F Major
Source: Kentucky Harmony, 1816
Copyright: Arr. © 2012 Alfred V. Fedak


Text Information:

The events described in Psalm 114 form the essential elements of Israel’s story: exodus, provision in the wilderness, entry into the promised land. These events were all the result of God’s sovereignty, which not only amazes human beings but also evokes awe from creation.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
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