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Psalm XXVIII

Author: T.S. Hymnal: The whole book of Psalms #XXVIII (1812) Hymnal Title: The whole book of Psalms First Line: Thou art O Lord my strength and stay Lyrics: 1 Thou art, O Lord, my strength and stay, the succor which I crave; Neglect me not, lest I be like them that are laid in grave. 2 My voice and supplications hear, when unto thee I cry, When I lift up my hands unto thy holy ark most high. 3 Repute me not among those men in sin that take their fill, That speak right fair unto their friends, but think in heart full ill. 4 According to those wicked deeds which they did most regard, And after their inventions, Lord, let them receive reward. 5 Because they never mind the works of God, he will therefore, Instead of building of them up, destroy them evermore. 6 To render thanks unto the Lord, how great a cause have I, My voice, my pray'r, and my complaint, that heard so willingly! 7 He is my shield and fortitude, my buckler in distress; My heart rejoiceth greatly, and my song shall him confess. 8 He is our strength and our defense, our foes for to resist, The health and the salvation of his own elect by Christ. 9 Thy people and thy heritage, Lord, bless, guide, and preserve; Increase them, Lord, and rule their hearts, that they may never swerve. Scripture: Psalm 28 Languages: English
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Ad te Domine

Author: T. S. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #13a (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: Thou art (O Lord) my strength and stay Lyrics: 1 Thou art (O Lord) my strength and stay, the succour which I crave: Neglect me not, lest I be like to them that go to grave. 2 My voice of thy suppliant heae, that unto thee doth cryL When I lift up my hands unto thy holy Ark most high. 3 Repute me not among the sort of wicked and pervert: That speak right faire unto their friends, but think full ill in heart. 4 According to their handy work, as they deserve indeed: And after their inventions let them receive their meed. 5 For they regard nothing Gods work, his law ne yet his lore: Therefore will he them and their seed destroy for evermore. 6 To render thanks unto the Lord, how great a cause have I, My voice, my prayer, and my complaint, that heard so willingly? 7 He is my shield and fortitude, my buckler in distresse: My hope, my help, my hearts reliefe, my song shall him confesse. 8 He is our strength and our defence, our enemies to resist: The health and the salvation of his elect by Christ. 9 Thy people and thine heritage, Lord blesse, guide and preserve: Increase them Lord and rule their hearts, that they may never swerve. Scripture: Psalm 28 Languages: English




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