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Domine non est

O Lord I am not puffed in mind

Author: John Marckant
Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 O Lord, I am not puft in mind,
I have no scornful eye,
I do not exercise myself
in things that be too high:

2 But as a child that wean-ed is
e'en from his mother's breast,
So have I, Lord behaved myself
In silence and in rest.

3 O Israel, trust in the Lord
let him be all thy stay,
From this time forth for evermore,
from age to age always.

Source: The whole book of Psalms: collected into English metre #CXXXI

Author: John Marckant

Marckant, John, fl. 1562; one of contributors to the Sternhold & Hopkins metrical psalter of 1562; inducted vicar of Clacton-Magna 1559; Vicar of Shopland, Essex 1563-8. LOC Name Authority Files… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O Lord I am not puffed in mind
Title: Domine non est
Author: John Marckant
Language: Latin

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