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PCXXXIb. My heart's not haughty, LORD

1 My heart's not haughty, LORD,
nor lofty are mine eyes:
In things too great or high for me
is not mine exercise.
2 I as a child behave
wean'd from the mother's breast:
My soul ev'n as a weaned child,
submits and lies at rest.

3 Let Isr'el on the LORD,
rest therefore quietly:
Yea henceforth ever hope and wait,
his saving help to see.

Text Information
First Line: My heart's not haughty, LORD
Meter: Short Metre
Language: English
Publication Date: 1758
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