Blest the man who fears Jehovah

Blest the man who fears Jehovah

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1. Blest the man that fears Jehovah,
Walking ever in his ways;
By thy toil thou shalt be prospered
And be happy all thy days.

2. In thy wife thou shalt have gladness,
She shall fill thy home with good,
Happy in her loving service
And the joys of motherhood.

3. Joyful children, sons and daughters,
Shall about thy table meet,
Olive plants, in strength and beauty,
Full of hope and promise sweet.

4. Lo, on him that fears Jehovah
Shall this blessedness attend,
For Jehovan out of Zion
Shall to thee His blessing send.

5. Thou shalt see God's kingdom prosper
All thy days, till life shall cease,
Thou shalt see thy children's children;
On Thy people, Lord, be peace.

Source: The New Christian Hymnal #365

Text Information

First Line: Blest the man who fears Jehovah
Source: United Presbyterian Book of Psalms, 1871 (alt.)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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