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Psalm 15

Full Text

Response:
Justice alone is the way of the Lord;
be just and worship God.

1 O Lord, who shall abide in your tabernacle?
or who may dwell upon your holy hill?

2 Whoever leads an uncorrupt life,
and does the thing which is right,
who speaks truth from the heart;
and has not slandered with the tongue;

3 who has done no evil to a friend,
nor vented abuse against a neighbour;

4 in whose eyes the worthless have no honour:
but who makes much of those that fear the Lord; [Response]

5 Whoever has sworn to a neighbour:
and will not go back on that oath;

6 who does not put our money to usury,
nor taken a bribe against the innocent.

7 Whoever does these things:
shall never be overthrown. [Response]

Source: Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #5

Author: S T Kimbrough, Jr.

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Text Information

First Line: Justice alone is the way of the Lord
Title: Psalm 15
Author: S T Kimbrough, Jr.
Refrain First Line: Justice alone is the way of the Lord
Copyright: © 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House

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The United Methodist Hymnal #747
Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #5Text
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