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77c. Beati omnes

1 Blessed art thou that fearest God,
and walkest in his way:
2 For of thy labour thou shalt eat,
happy art thou I say.
3 Like fruitfull vines on thy house side,
so doth thy wife spring out:
Thy children stand like olive plants,
thy table round about.

4 Thus art thou blest that fearest God,
and he shall let thee see
5 The promised Jerusalem,
and her felicity.
6 Thou shalt thy childrens children see,
to thy great joyes increase"
And likewise grace on Israel,
prosperity and peace.

Text Information
First Line: Blessed art thou that fearest God
Title: Beati omnes
Author: T. S.
Publication Date: 1640
Scripture: Psalm 128
Language: English
Notes: Sing as Psalm 137
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