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I did in heart rejoice

Hymnal: Church Chorals and Choir Studies #185 (1850) Hymnal Title: Church Chorals and Choir Studies Languages: English Tune Title: OLD CXXII
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I did in heart rejoice

Author: W. K. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #CXXII (1790) Hymnal Title: The Whole Book of Psalms Lyrics: 1 I did in heart rejoice to hear the people's voice In offering so willingly: For let us up, say they, And in the Lord's house pray: Thus spake the folk with amity. 2 Our feet that wander'd wide shall in thy gates abide, O thou Jerusalem full fair; Which art so seemly set Much like a city neat, Whither the people do repair. 3 The tribes with one accord to give thanks to the Lord Are thither bent their way to take: So God before did tell That there his Israel their prayers should together make. 4 For there are thrones erect, and that for this respect, To set forth justice orderly: Which thrones right to maintain, To David's house remain, his folk to judge with equity. 5 To pray let us not cease for Jerusalem's peace: Thy friends God keep in amity; Peace be thy walls about; And prosper thee throughout thy palaces continually. 6 For my friends sake will I wish that prosperity May evermore abide in thee: God's house doth me allure Thy wealth for to procure as much as always lies in me. Scripture: Psalm 122 Languages: English
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Author: W. K. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #75c (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: I did in heart rejoyce Lyrics: 1 I did in heart rejoyce, to heare the peoples voice, In offering so willingly: For let us up say they, And in the Lords house pray, Thus spake the folke full lovingly. 2 Our feet that wandred wide Shall in thy gates abide, 3 O thou Jerusalem full faire: Which art so seemely set Much like a Citie neate The like whereof is not elsewhere. 4 The Tribes with one accord, The Tribes of God the Lord, Are thither bent their way to take, So God before did tell That there his Israel Their prayers should together make. 5 For there are thrones erect, And that for this respect, To set forth justice orderly: Which thrones right to maintaine, To Davids house pertaine, His folk to judge accordingly. 6 To pray let us not cease For Jerusalems peace, Thy friends God prosper mightily. 7 Peace be thy wals about, And prosper thee throughout thy pallaces continually. 8 I wish thy prosperous state, For my poore brethrens sake, That comfort have by meanes of thee 9 Gods house doth me allure, Thy wealth for to procure, So much as alwaies as lies in me. Scripture: Psalm 122 Tune Title: [I did in heart rejoyce]

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