Earth thou dost visit, watering it

Earth thou dost visit, watering it

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9 Earth thou dost visit, watering it;
thou mak’st it rich to grow
with God’s full flood; thou corn provid’st,
when thou prepar'st it so.
10 Its ridges thou dost water well,
its furrows down dost press;
thou mak'st it soft with plenteous rain,
its spring thou dost bless.

11 So thou the year most liberally
dost with thy goodness crown;
and all thy paths abundantly
on us drop fatness down.
12 They drop upon the pastures wide,
that in the desert lie;
the little hills on every side
rejoice right pleasantly.

13 With flocks the pastures clothed be,
the vales with corn are clad;
and now they shout and sing to thee,
for thou hast made them glad.

Source: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P65c

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First Line: Earth thou dost visit, watering it
Source: Scottish Psalter, 1650
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P65c

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