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(A Psalm) of David

Hymnal: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre #PCXLIV (1773) Hymnal Title: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre First Line: O let JEHOVAH blessed be Lyrics: 1 O let JEHOVAH blessed be, who is my rock of might: My hands he teaches how to war, my fingers how to fight. 2 My goodness, fortress, my high tow'r, saviour and shield is He; In whom I trust, and who subdues my people under me. 3 LORD, what is man, that Thou of him shouldst any knowledge take; Or son of man, that Thou of him so great account dost make? 4 For man is like to vanity, uncertain here to stay; His days like shades of flying clouds pass hastily away. 5 LORD, bow thy heav'ns above, come down; and with thy thunder's stroke Do Thou but once the mountains touch, and they will rise in smoke. 6 Cast fort thy lightnings, and disperse thine enemies around; And make thy piercing arrows fly, and all their pow'r confound. 7 Thine hand O send Thou from above, redeem and rescue me; From mighty waters, from the hand of strangers set me free. 8 Whose evil mouths are wont to speak falshood and vanity; And whose right hand a right hand is of fraud and perfidy. [2 Part] 9 O God, new songs I'll sing to Thee, upon the psaltery; And on a ten-string'd instrument to Thee sing praise will I. 10 It is He only who to kings salvation doth afford; And who his servant David saves from the destroying sword. 11 Free me from bands of strangers sons, whose mouths speak vanity, And whose right hand a right hand is of fraud and perfidy. 12 But let our sons in youthful age as thriving plants appear; Daughters like polish'd corner stones which grace a palace fair. 13 That to afford all kinds of stores, our garners may be fill'd; Our cattle thousands in our streets, yea may ten thousands yield. 14 Our oxen for their labour strong; no enemy invade; No leading captive; no complaint in all our streets be made. 15 O happy people they, who are in such a case as this; But far more happy people they whose God JEHOVAH is. Scripture: Psalm 144 Languages: English
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(A Psalm) of David

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre #PCXLIV (1758) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre First Line: O let Jehovah blessed be Lyrics: 1 O let JEHOVAH blessed be, who is my rock of might: My hands he teaches how to war, my fingers how to fight. 2 My goodness, fortress, my high tow'r, saviour and shield is He; In whom I trust, and who subdues my people under me. 3 LORD, what is man, that Thou of him should'st any knowledge take; Or son of man, that Thou of him so great account dost make? 4 For man is like to vanity, uncertain here to stay; His days like shades of flying clouds pass hastily away. 5 LORD, bow thy heav'ns above, come down; and with thy thunder's stroke Do Thou but once the mountains touch, and they will rise in smoke. 6 Cast forth thy lightnings, and disperse thine enemies around; And make thy piercing arrows fly, and all their pow'r confound. 7 Thine hand O send Thou from above, redeem and rescue me; From mighty waters, from the hand of strangers set me free. 8 Whose evil mouths are wont to speak falshood and vanity; And whose right hand a right hand is of fraud and perfidy. [2 Part] 9 O God, new songs I'll sing to Thee, upon the psaltery; And on a ten-string'd instrument to Thee sing praise will I. 10 It is He only who to kings salvation doth afford; And who his servant David saves from the destroying sword. 11 Free me from bands of strangers sons, whose mouths speak vanity. And whose right hand a right hand is of fraud and perfidy. 12 But let our sons in youthful age as thriving plants appear; Daughters like polish'd corner stones which grace a palace fair. 13 That to afford all kinds of stores, our garners may be fill'd; Our cattle thousands in our streets, yea may ten thousands yield. 14 Our oxen for their labour strong; no enemy invade; No leading captive; no complaint in all our streets be made. 15 O happy people they, who are in such a case as this; But far more happy people they whose God JEHOVAH is. Scripture: Psalm 144 Languages: English
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A Psalm of David

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament #PCXLIV (1742) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament First Line: O let Jehovah blessed be Lyrics: 1 O let Jehovah blessed be, Who is my rock of might; Who doth instruct my hands to war, My fingers teach to fight. 2 My goodness, fortress, my high tow'r And who doth set me free: My shield, my trust: who doth subdue My people under me. 3 Lord what is earthly man that thou Dost knowledge of him take; Or son of wretched man that thou Account of him dost make. 4 Man's like to vanity: his days Pass like a made away. 5 Lord bow the heav'ns, come down and touch The mounts, and smoke shall they. 6 Cast lightning forth and scatter them; Thy shafts moot, them distress. 7 Thine hand O send thou from above, And work for me release: From waters great, and from the hand Of strangers sons me free. 8 Whose mouth speaks lies, their right hand is Right hand of falsity. [2] 9 O God new songs I'll sing to thee Upon the psaltery, And on ten stringed instrument To thee sing praise will I. 10 It's he alone who unto kings Salvation will afford: Who doth his servant David keep Free from the hurtful sword 11 Rid and free me from strange sons hand Whose mouth speaks vanity: And their right hand a right hand is Of lying falsity, 12 That like as plants which are grown up In youth may be our sons; Our daughters polished may be Like palace corner stones. 13 Our garners full affording store Of ey'ry fort of meats: Our cattle bringing thousands forth, Ten thousands in our streets. 14 Our oxen let be strong to work, That breaking in none be; Nor going out; that so our streets May from complaints be free. 15 O blessed shall the People be Whose state is such as this: O blessed shall the people be Whose God Jehovah is. Scripture: Psalm 144 Languages: English

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