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11. Prayer and Protection

1 O Jehovah, hear my words,
To my tho'ts attentive be;
Hear my cry, my King, my God,
I will make my prayer to Thee.

2 With the morning light, O Lord,
Thou shalt hear my voice arise,
And expectant I will bring
Prayer as morning sacrifice.

3 O let all that trust thy care
Ever glad and joyful be;
Let them joy who love Thy Name,
Safely guarded, Lord, by Thee.

4 For a blessing from Thy store
To the righteous Thou wilt yield;
Thou wilt compass him about
With thy favor as a shield.

Text Information
First Line: O Jehovah, hear my words
Title: Prayer and Protection
Meter: 7s
Language: English
Publication Date: 1912
Scripture:
Topic: Access to God; Aspirations: For Christ; Aspirations: For Holiness (16 more...)
Tune Information
Name: REDHEAD
Composer: Richard Redhead
Meter: 7s
Key: C Major



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