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Judge me, O Lord, as I have walked

Judge me, O Lord, as I have walked

Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 Judge me, O Lord, as I have walked
in mine integrity:
And as I on Jehovah trust,
slide therefore shall not I.

2 O search and prove me Lord; and try
my reins, my heart likewise:
3 For in thy truth I walk and fix
Thy grace before my eyes.

4 With persons vain I have not sat,
nor with dissemblers gone:
5 An evil company I hate,
and all the wicked shun.

6 In pureness, Lord, I'll wash my hands;
thine altar then surround,
7 With thankful voice that I may tell,
and all thy wonders sound.

8 The dwelling of thy house, O Lord
most dearly love do I;
The place and tabernacle where
resides thy majesty.

9 With bloody or with wicked men,
O gather not my soul;
10 Whose hands with fraud, & whose right hands
with bribery are full.

11 But I in my integrity
will walk, secured by Thee:
O me redeem, and of thy grace
be merciful to me.
12 Upon an even place my foot
stands firm in uprightness:
In the assemblies therefore I
the Lord will ever bless.

The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, 1758

Text Information

First Line: Judge me, O Lord, as I have walked
Language: English

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