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Psalm CX

The Lord did say unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand (Norton)

Author: Thomas Norton
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 The Lord did say unto my Lord,
Sit thou on my right hand,
Till I have made thy foes a stool,
whereon thy feet shall stand.

2 The Lord shall out of Sion send
the scepter of thy might,
Amidst thy mortal foes be thou
the ruler in their sight.

3 And in the day, on which thy reign
and power they shall see,
Then free-will offerings shall all
the people give to thee.

4 Yea, with an holy worshipping
then shall they offer all:
Thy birth-dew is the dew that doth
from womb of morning fall.

5 The Lord hath sworn, and never will
repent what he doth say,
By th' order of Melchisedech
thou art a priest alway.

6 The Lord thy God on thy right hand
that standeth for thy stay,
Shall wound for thee the stately kings
in that his wrathful day.

7 The heathen he shall judge, and fill
the place with bodies dead,
And over divers countries shall
in sunder smite the head.

8 And he shall drink out of the brook,
that runneth in the way:
Wherefore he shall lift up on high
his royal head that day.

Source: The Whole Book of Psalms #CX

Author: Thomas Norton

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Text Information

First Line: The Lord did say unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand (Norton)
Title: Psalm CX
Author: Thomas Norton
Language: English
Publication Date: 1812
Copyright: This text is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1929.



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The Whole Book of Psalms #CX

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