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153. Most Perfect Is the Law of God

1 Most perfect is the law of God,
restoring those that stray;
his testimony is most sure,
proclaiming wisdom's way.

O how love I thy law! O how love I thy law!
It is my meditation all the day.
O how love I thy law! O how love I thy law!
It is my meditation all the day.

2 The precepts of the Lord are right;
with joy they fill the heart;
the Lord's commandments all are pure,
and clearest light impart. [Refrain]

3 The fear of God is undefiled
and ever shall endure;
the statutes of the Lord are truth
and righteousness most pure. [Refrain]

4 They warn from ways of wickedness
displeasing to the Lord,
and in the keeping of his Word
there is a great reward. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Most perfect is the law of God
Title: Most Perfect Is the Law of God
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: C.M.ref.
Scripture: Psalm 19:7-11; Psalm 119:97
Topic: God's Word: The Law of God; Holy Scriptures: Sufficiency of; Rewards
Source: The Psalter, 1912
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O how love I thy law
Tune Information
Composer: James McGranahan, 1840-1907
Meter: C.M.ref.
Key: F Major

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