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The Earth and the Fulness with Which It Is Stored

Full Text

1 The earth and the fullness with which it is stored,
The world and its dwellers belong to the Lord;
For He on the seas its foundations has laid,
And firm on the waters its pillars has stayed,
And firm on the waters its pillars has stayed.

2 What man shall the hill of Jehovah ascend,
And who in the place of His presence attend?
The man of pure heart, and of hands without stain,
Who swears not to falsehood nor loves what is vain,
Who swears not to falsehood nor loves what is vain.

3 That man ever blest of Jehovah shall live.
The God of salvation shall righteousness give;
For this is the people, yea, this is the race,
The Israel true that are seeking His face,
The Israel true that are seeking His face.

The Psalter: with responsive readings, 1912

Text Information

First Line: The earth and the fulness with which it is stored
Title: The Earth and the Fulness with Which It Is Stored
Meter: 11.11.11.11
Language: English

Tune

[The earth and the fulness]


ADESTE FIDELES


MALDWYN

MALDWYN, a personal name in Welsh, is a traditional Welsh tune thought to date from the seventeenth century. It was published in David Evan's (PHH 285) collection Moliant Cenedl Dinbych (1920). The tune consists of four long phrases, each of which has the same rhythmic scheme. In minor tonality, the…

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