810. When in the Night I Meditate (Psalm 16)

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1 When in the night I meditate
on mercies multiplied,
my grateful heart inspires my tongue
to bless the Lord, my guide.

2 Forever in my thought, the Lord
before my face shall stand;
secure, unmoved I shall remain,
with God at my right hand.

3 My inmost being thrills with joy
and gladness fills my breast;
because on God my trust is stayed,
my flesh in hope shall rest.

4 I know that I shall not be left
forgotten in the grave,
and from corruption, you, O Lord,
your holy one will save.

5 The path of life you show to me;
of joy a boundless store
is ever found at your right hand,
and pleasures evermore.

Text Information
First Line: When in the night I meditate
Title: When in the Night I Meditate (Psalm 16)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: CM
Scripture: ;
Topic: Evening; Hope; Living and Dying in Christ (2 more...)
Source: The New Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1909, alt.
Language: English
Tune Information
Meter: CM
Key: F Major
Source: Day's Psalter, 1562

Text Information:

Corresponding to Psalm 16:7–11, these five stanzas celebrating God’s guidance and protection formed the second half of a paraphrase of the full psalm in their original publication. These words are set to a 16th century psalm tune that has been effective with many texts.

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