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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 #PCIII (1773) Hymnal Title: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre First Line: O thou my soul, JEHOVAH bless Lyrics: 1 O Thou my soul, JEHOVAH bless, his praise aloud proclaim, Let all my pow'rs in me conspire, to bless his holy name. 2 Still O my soul, JEHOVAH bless, and ne'r do thou forget His benefits so undeserv'd so num'rous and so great. 3 He who most graciously forgives all thine iniquities; He all thy sicknesses removes, and thine infirmities. 4 Who from the pit thy life redeems, when ready to go down; Does thee with loving-kindnesses, and tender mercies crown. 5 Who with good things abundantly doth satisfy thy mouth; That like reviving eagles, so renewed is thy youth. [2 Part] 6 Judgment and justice still the LORD, for all th' oppress'd will do: 7 His ways to Moses, and his acts to Isra'ls race did shew. 8 Most merciful JEHOVAH is, most gracious to be found; To anger He is very slow, in mercy does abound. 9 Tho' He contend with us a while, He will not always chide; Nor keep his anger in his breast for ever to abide. 10 He hath not dealt with us in wrath according to our sin; Nor has He recompenced us as our deserts have been. 11 But as the heav'n above the earth in height surpasses far; His mercy so transcends to all who Him supreamly fear. 12 As far as east is from the west in their vast distances, So far hath He remov'd away from us our trespasses. [3 Part] 13 The pity of a father's heart which he his sons doth bear, The LORD such pity has for all Who Him, as children, fear: 14 Because He knows this frame of ours, He minds that dust are we: 15 Man's days like grass; like a field flow'r, so flourishing is he; 16 Rut as the wind swift o'er it moves, so quick away it goes; And thence the place where it appear'd no mere it ever knows, 17 But yet on them who fear the LORD, His mercy ever is; And on their children's children, so descends his righteousness. 18 On such as keep his covenant with strict integrity, And his commandments bear in mind, to do them faithfully. [4 Part] 19 The LORD hath in the heav'ns on high established his throne: And as the world his kingdom is. He reigns o'er all, alone. 20 O ye his angels that excel in strength, bless ye the LORD; Who his commandments always do and hearken to his word. 21 O all ye armies of the LORD, to bless JEHOVAH join; His ministers, who to perform his will, with joy combine. 22 O praise the LORD, all ye his works, with which the world is full, In his dominion every where: the LORD bless, O my soul! Scripture: Psalm 103 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 #PCIII (1758) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre First Line: O thou my soul, Jehovah bless Lyrics: 1 O Thou my soul, JEHOVAH bless, his praise aloud proclaim, Let all my pow'rs in me conspire, to bless his holy name. 2 Still O my soul, JEHOVAH bless, and ne'r do thou forget His benefits so undeserv'd so num'rous and so great. 3 He who most graciously forgives all thine iniquities; He all thy sicknesses removes, and thine infirmities. 4 Who from the pit thy life redeems, when ready to go down; Does thee with loving-kindnesses, and tender mercies crown. 5 Who with good things abundantly doth satisfy thy mouth; That like reviving eagles, so renewed is thy youth. [2 Part] 6 Judgment and justice still the LORD, for all th' oppress'd will do: 7 His ways to Moses, and his acts to Isra'ls race did shew. 8 Most merciful JEHOVAH is, most gracious to be found; To anger He is very slow, in mercy does abound. 9 Tho' He contend with us a while, He will not always chide; Nor keep his anger in his breast for ever to abide. 10 He hath not dealt with us in wrath according to our sin; Nor has He recompenced us as our deserts have been. 11 But as the heav'n above the earth in height surpasses far; His mercy so transcends to all who Him supreamly fear. 12 As far as east is from the west in their vast distances, So far hath He remov'd away from us our trespasses. [3 Part] 13 The pity of a father's heart which he his sons doth bear, The LORD such pity has for all Who Him, as children, fear: 14 Because He knows this frame of ours, He minds that dust are we: 15 Man's days like grass; like a field flow'r, so flourishing is he; 16 Rut as the wind swift o'er it moves, so quick away it goes; And thence the place where it appear'd no mere it ever knows, 17 But yet on them who fear the LORD, His mercy ever is; And on their children's children, so descends his righteousness. 18 On such as keep his covenant with strict integrity, And his commandments bear in mind, to do them faithfully. [4 Part] 19 The LORD hath in the heav'ns on high established his throne: And as the world his kingdom is. He reigns o'er all, alone. 20 O ye his angels that excel in strength, bless ye the LORD; Who his commandments always do and hearken to his word. 21 O all ye armies of the LORD, to bless JEHOVAH join; His ministers, who to perform his will, with joy combine. 22 O praise the LORD, all ye his works, with which the world is full, In his dominion every where: the LORD bless, O my soul! Scripture: Psalm 103 Languages: English

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