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41. The Praises of Thy Wonders, Lord

1 The praises of thy wonders, Lord,
the heavens shall express;
and in the congregation
of saints thy faithfulness.

2 Thou hast an arm that's full of pow'r;
thy hand is great in might;
and thy right hand exceedingly
exalted is in height.

3 Justice and judgment of thy throne
are made the dwelling place;
mercy, accompanied with truth,
shall go before thy face.

4 O greatly blessed the people are
the joyful sound that know;
in brightness of thy face, O Lord,
they ever on shall go.

5 Because the glory of their strength
doth only stand in thee;
and in thy favor shall our horn
and pow'r exalted be.

6 For God is our defense; and he
to us doth safety bring:
the Holy One of Israel
is our almighty King.

Text Information
First Line: The praises of thy wonders, Lord
Title: The Praises of Thy Wonders, Lord
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: C.M.
Scripture: Psalm 89:5-18
Topic: God : His Power; God: Faithfulness of; God: Justice of (1 more...)
Source: The Book of Psalms, 1886
Language: English
Tune Information
Composer: Jeremiah Clarke, ca. 1670-1707
Meter: C.M.
Key: G Major
Source: Arr. In Select Portions of the Psalms of David, 1786

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