75A. O God, Your Deeds Are Unsurpassed

Text Information
First Line: O God, your deeds are unsurpassed
Title: O God, Your Deeds Are Unsurpassed
Author: Michael Morgan
Meter: with repeat
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: Jacob; Boasting; Church Year: Advent (10 more...)
Copyright: © 2011 Michael Morgan, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources
Notes: It is dangerous to sing a psalm calling for God to judge the powerful or to pour a draught of bitter wine down the throats of the proud when the singers themselves may in fact be the powerful and the proud. Rather than representing the psalm as a call for judgment on others, this versification imagines that we may be the ones in danger of being judged as insolent. The psalm could first be read, after which the worship leader might ask, “Is it possible that some may be able to pray this psalm against us? Have we lifted ourselves up?” After a moment of silence for contemplation, the congregation can sing this song with humility and contrition.
Tune Information
Name: BACA
Composer: William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868
Meter: with repeat
Key: D Major
Notes: Alternate harmonization: 52A

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