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Display Title: Psalm 42/43 (A Responsorial Setting) First Line: My soul thirsts for the living God Tune Title: [My soul thirsts for the living God] Author: Gregg DeMey Scripture: Psalm 42; Psalm 43 Date: 2012 Subject: Affliction | ; Biblical Names and Places | Jordan; Biblical Names and Places | Mizar; Biblical Names and Places | Mount Hermon; Broken-hearted | ; Church Year | Advent; Church Year | Lent; Comfort and Encouragement | ; Desiring God | ; Elements of Worship | Baptism; Elements of Worship | Confession (Individual); Elements of Worship | Gathering; Elements of Worship | Lord's Supper; Elements of Worship | Praise and Adoration; Emmaus Road | ; Enemies | ; Fear | ; God | Trust in; God as | Rock; God's | Love; Hope | ; Jesus Christ | Good Shepherd; Lament | Individual; Loneliness | ; Longing for God | ; Mercy | ; Mocking | ; Occasional Services | Funerals; Processions | ; Questioning | ; Remnant of Isarel | ; Seeking God | ; Sorrow | ; Temple | ; Temptation And Trial | ; Year A, B, C, Easter, Easter vigil | ; Year C, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, June 19-25 (if after Trinity Sunday) | Source: Evangelical Lutheran Worship (Psalm text)