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Domini est terra

The earth is all the Lords, with all

Author: John Hopkins
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 The earth is all the Lord's, with all
her store and furniture;
Yea, his is all the work, and all
that therein doth endure:

2 For he hath fastly founded it
above the seas to stand,
And placed below the liquid floods,
to flow beneath the land.

3 Who is the man, O Lord, that shall
ascend unto thy hill?
Or pass into thy holy place,
there to continue still?

4 E'en he whose hands and heart are pure,
which nothing doth defile,
His soul not set on vanity<
and hath not sworn to guile.

5 Him that is such a one, the Lord
most highly will regard,
And from his God and Savior shall
receive a just reward.

6 This is the generation of
them that do seek his grace,
E'en them that with an upright heart,
O Jacob, seek thy face.

7 Ye gates and everlasting doors,
lift up your heads on high;
Then shall the King of glorious state
come n triumphantly.

8 Who is the King of glorious state?
The great and mighty Lord,
The mighty Lord in battle strong,
and trial of the sword.

9 Ye gates and everlasting doors,
lift up your heads on high;
then shall the King of glorious state
come in triumphantly.

10 Who is the King of glorious state?
The Lord of hosts it is;
The kingdom and the royalty
of glorious state is his.

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

Author: John Hopkins

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First Line: The earth is all the Lords, with all
Title: Domini est terra
Author: John Hopkins

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The whole book of Psalms #XXIV

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The Whole Booke of Psalmes #11c

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