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The Lord did say unto my Lord

Representative Text

1 Jehovah said unto my Lord,
sit thou at my right hand,
until I make thy foes a stool,
whereon thy feet may stand.
2 The Lord shall out of Zion send
the rod of thy great power:
in midst of all thine enemies
be thou the governor.

3 A willing people in thy day
of power shall come to thee,
in holy beauties from morn’s womb;
thy youth like dew shall be.
4 The Lord himself hath made an oath,
and will repent him never,
of the order of Melchisedek
thou art a priest for ever.

5 The glorious and mighty Lord,
that sits at thy right hand,
shall, in his day of wrath, strike through
kings that do him withstand.
6 Among the nations he shall judge,
the places fill with dead;
and over broad and spacious lands
he shall strike down the head.

7 The brook that runneth in the way
with drink shall him supply;
and, for this cause, in triumph he
shall lift his head on high.

Source: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P110a

Text Information

First Line: The Lord did say unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand (Scottish Psalter)
Title: The Lord did say unto my Lord
Meter: 8.6.8.6
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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ST. ANNE

Though no firm documentation exists, ST. ANNE was probably composed by William Croft (PHH 149), possibly when he was organist from 1700-1711 at St. Anne's Church in Soho, London, England. (According to tradition, St. Anne was the mother of the Virgin Mary.) The tune was first published in A Suppleme…

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The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P110b

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