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My soul with expectation doth

Representative Text

1 My soul with expectation doth
Depend on God indeed;
My strength and my salvation do
From Him alone proceed.

2 He only my salvation is,
And my strong Rock is He;
He only is my sure defense:
I shall not moved be.

3 In God my glory placed is,
And my salvation sure;
In God the Rock is of my strength,
My refuge most secure.

4 Ye people, place your confidence
In Him continually;
Before Him pour ye out your heart:
God is our refuge high.


Source: The Hymnbook #113

Text Information

First Line: My soul with expectation doth
Source: Scottish Psalter, 1650
Copyright: Public Domain



The Cyber Hymnal #4378
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The Cyber Hymnal #4378

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