1 The LORD unto *my Lord has said,
"Sit here at my right hand
until I make your enemies
submit to your command."
A scepter prospered by the LORD
your mighty hand shall wield;
from Zion you shall rule the world,
and all your foes shall yield.
2 "Your people will be gladly yours
when you arise in might,
like dawning day, like hopeful youth,
with holy beauty bright.
The priesthood of Melchizedek
the LORD has given you;
it shall remain forevermore;
God's word is always true.
3 "You shall subdue the kings of earth,
with God at your right hand;
the nations you shall rule in might
and judge in every land."
The *Lord, refreshed by living streams,
shall neither faint nor fall,
and he shall be the glorious head,
exalted over all.
* or "his Christ" (st.1) and "Christ" (st. 3)
|First Line:||The LORD unto my Lord has said|
|Title:||The LORD unto My Lord Has Said|
|Topic:||Biblical Names and Places: Melchizedek; Biblical Names and Places: Zion; Church Year: Ascension of the Lord(8 more...)|
|Source:||Psalter, 1912, alt|
|Name:||ALL SAINTS NEW|
|Composer:||Henry S. Cutler (1872)|
|I'll Praise My Maker (Joyous Hymns of Exaltation for Organ)||THE LORD UNTO MY LORD HAS SAID (Gray Psalter Hymnal 110)|
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|LIFT HIGH THE CROSS||The Organist's Library, Vol. 47|