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79. Now Israel may say, and that in truth

Text Information
First Line: Now Israel may say, and that in truth
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: 10 10.10 10 10
Scripture: Psalm 124
Topic: Adversity; Faithfulness of God; Israel (3 more...)
Source: Scottish Psalter, 1650, alt.
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: OLD 124TH
Harmonizer: W. Parsons
Arranger: Martin Shaw, 1875-1958
Meter: 10 10.10 10 10
Key: F Major
Source: English form of melody in the 'Genevan Psalter', 1551; Harmony after Day's 'Psalter," 1563
Copyright: Arrangement from "Enlarged Songs of Praise" 1931 by permission of Oxford University Press

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