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Lord, hear my voice, my prayer attend

Lord, hear my voice, my prayer attend

Published in 19 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Lord, hear my voice, my prayer attend;
from earth's remotest bound I send
my supplicating cry.
When troubles great o'erwhelm my breast,
then lead me on the rock to rest
that higher is than I.

2 In thee my soul has shelter found,
and thou hast been from foes around
the tower of my defence.
My home shall thy pavilion be;
to covert of thy wings I'll flee,
and find deliverance.

3 For thou, O Lord, my vows hast heard;
on me the heritage conferred
of those that fear thy name.
Long life thou to the king wilt give;
through generations he shall live,
from age to age the same.

4 Before the Lord shall he abide;
O do thou truth and grace provide
to guard him in the way.
So I thy praises will make known,
and humbly bending at thy throne,
my vows will daily pay.

Source: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P61c

Text Information

First Line: Lord, hear my voice, my prayer attend
Meter: 8.8.6.8.8.6
Source: United Presbyterian Book of Psalms, 1871
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P61c

Include 18 pre-1979 instances
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