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O Lord, though with me thou wast wroth

O Lord, though with me thou wast wroth

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1 O Lord, tho' with me Thou wast wroth
I'll praises give to Thee;
For now thy wrath is turn'd away,
and Thou dost comfort me.
2 Behold~ God my salvation is;
trust, and not fear, will I;
Because our JAH, JEHOVAH is
my strength and melody.

He is my full salvation too:
3 so waters plenteously
Out of salvation's living wells
shall ye draw forth with joy.
4 Praise ye the LORD, call on his name:
and to the people show
His doings: that his name's extoll'd,
declare abroad also.

5 O sing ye to the LORD, for He
things excellent has done;
Yea thro' the universal earth
the same is fully known.
6 Cry out and shout aloud O ye
who on mount Zion dwell;
For mighty is THE HOLY ONE,
in Thee, O Israel.

Source: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre: being the New-England Psalm-Book, revised and improved... (2nd ed.) #I.XII

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