Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases

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Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library, 1800
Denomination: Church of Scotland
Language: English
Notes: Title: Psalms of David in Metre: according to the version approved by the Church of Scotland and appointed to be used in worship.
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P1That man hath perfect blessednessText
P2Why rage the heathen? and vain thingsText
P3O Lord, how are my foes increas'd?Text
P4Give ear unto me when I callText
P5Give ear unto my words, O LordText
P6Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me notText
P7In thy great indignationText
P8O Lord my God, in thee do IText
P9How excellent in all the earthText
P10Lord, thee I'll praise with all my heartText
P11Wherefore is it that thou, O LordText
P12I in the Lord do put my trust:Text
P13Help, Lord, because the godly manText
P14How long wilt thou forget me, Lord?Text
P15That there is not a God, the foolText
P16Within thy tabernacle, LordText
P17Lord, keep me; for I trust in theeText
P18Lord, hear the right, attend my cryText
P19Thee will I love, O Lord, my strengthText
P20The heav'ns God's glory do declareText
P21Jehovah hear thee in the dayText
P22The king in thy great strength, O LordText
P23My God, my God, why hast thou meText
P24The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantText
P25The earth belongs unto the LordText
P26To thee I lift my soul:Text
P27To thee I lift my soul, O Lord:Text
P28Judge me, O Lord, for I have walk'dText
P29The Lord's my light and saving healthText
P30To thee I'll cry, O Lord, my rockText
P31Give ye unto the Lord, ye sonsText
P32Lord, I will thee extol, for thouText
P33In thee, O Lord, I put my trustText
P34O blessed is the man to whomText
P35Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoiceText
P36God will I bless all times; his praiseText
P37Plead, Lord, with those that plead; and fightText
P38The wicked man's transgressionText
P39For evil-doers fret thou notText
P40In thy great indignationText
P41I said, I will look to my waysText
P42I waited for the Lord my GodText
P43Blessed is he that wisely dothText
P44Like as the hart for water-brooksText
P45Judge me, O God, and plead my causeText
P46O God, we with our ears have heardText
P47My heart brings forth a goodly thingText
P48My heart inditing isText
P49God is our refuge and our strengthText
P50All people, clap your hands; to GodText
P51Great is the Lord, and greatly heText
P52Hear this, all people, and give earText
P53The mighty God, the LordText
P54The mighty God, the Lord, hath spokeText
P55After thy loving-kindness, LordText
P56Why dost thou boast, O mighty manText
P57That there is not a God, the foolText
P58Save me, O God, by thy great nameText
P59Lord, hear my pray'r, hide not thyselfText
P60Shew mercy, Lord, to me, for manText
P61Be merciful to me, O GodText
P62Do ye, O congregationText
P63My God, deliver me from thoseText
P64O Lord, thou hast rejected usText
P65O God, give ear unto my cryText
P66My soul with expectationText
P67Lord, thee my God, I'll early seek:Text
P68When I to thee my prayer makeText
P69Praise waits for thee in Sion, Lord:Text
P70All lands to God in joyful soundsText
P71Lord, bless and pity usText
P72Lord, unto us be mercifulText
P73Let God arise, and scatteredText
P74Save me, O God, because the floodsText
P75Lord, haste me to deliverText
P76Make haste, O God, me to preserveText
P77O Lord, my hope and confidenceText
P78O Lord, thy judgments give the kingText
P79Yet God is good to IsraelText
P80O God, why hast thou cast us off?Text
P81To thee, O God, do we give thanksText
P82In Judah's land God is well knownText
P83Unto the Lord I with my voiceText
P84Attend, my people, to my lawText
P85O God, the heathen enter'd haveText
P86Hear, Isr'el's Shepherd! like a flockText
P87Sing loud to God our strength; with joyText
P88In gods' assembly God doth standText
P89Keep not, O God, we thee entreatText
P90How lovely is thy dwelling-placeText
P91O Lord, thou hast been favourableText
P92O Lord, do thou bow down thine earText
P93Upon the hills of holinessText
P94Lord God, my Saviour, day and nightText
P95God's mercies I will ever singText
P96Lord, thou hast been our dwelling-placeText
P97He that doth in the secret placeText
P98To render thanks unto the LordText
P99The Lord doth reign, and cloth'd is heText
P100O Lord God, unto whom aloneText

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