An Anthen taken out of the 16th Psalm

Preserve me O God, Preserve me O God

Tune: [Preserve me, O God] (Tuckey)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

Preserve me, O God. preserve me, O God,
for in thee have I put my trust;
I will thank thee, O God,
I will thank thee, O God,
for giving me warning.
I will thank thee, O God,
I will thank thee, O God,
for giving me warning.
My reins also chasten me in the night season,
wherefore my heart,
wherefore my heart, my heart,
was glad, was glad,
and my glory, and my glory
my glory rejoyced;
my flesh also rest in hope,
because thou wilt not leave my soul in Hell,
neither wilt thou suffer
thy holy one,
thy holy one to see corruption;
thy holy one,
thy holy one to see corruption.
Thou shew me the path of life;
in thy presence is fullness,
is fullness of joy:
and at thy right hand
there is pleasure for ever,
for ever, there is pleasure fore ever,
for ever more.
in thy presence is fullness,
is fullness of joy:
and at thy right hand
there is pleasure for ever,
for ever, there is pleasure for ever,
for ever more.

Source: Urania: or a choice collection of psalm-tunes, anthems, and hymns, from the most approv'd authors, with some entirely new; in two, three, and four parts... #90

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First Line: Preserve me O God, Preserve me O God
Title: An Anthen taken out of the 16th Psalm
Copyright: Public Domain

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