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652. A Grateful Heart (Psalm 111)

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First Line: A grateful heart is what I bring
Title: A Grateful Heart (Psalm 111)
Author: David Gambrell (2009)
Meter: LM
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
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Topic: Praise; Providence; Redemption (1 more...)
Copyright: © 2011 David Gambrell (admin. Presbyterian Publishing Corp.)
Tune Information
Name: ROCKINGHAM
Harmonizer: Edward Miller (1790)
Meter: LM
Key: D Major
Source: Second Supplement to Psalmody in Miniature, 1783


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This paraphrase of Psalm 111 preserves the psalm’s quality of providing a general list of God’s praiseworthy characteristics rather than giving thanks for a particular act of deliverance. In the original text these attributes are organized as an acrostic on the Hebrew alphabet.


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