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With my whole heart I cry'd, Lord, hear

With my whole heart I cry'd, Lord, hear

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145 With my whole heart I cry’d, Lord, hear;
I will thy word obey.
146 I cry’d to thee; save me, and I
will keep thy laws alway.

147 I of the morning did prevent
the dawning, and did cry:
For all mine expectation
did on thy word rely.

148 Mine eyes did timeously prevent
the watches of the night,
That in thy word with careful mind
then meditate I might.

149 After thy loving-kindness hear
my voice, that calls on thee:
According to thy judgment, Lord,
revive and quicken me.

150 Who follow mischief they draw nigh;
they from thy law are far:
151 But thou art near, Lord; most firm truth
all thy commandments are.

152 As for thy testimonies all,
of old this have I try’d,
That thou hast surely founded them
for ever to abide.



Source: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #P145

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First Line: With my whole heart I cry'd, Lord, hear

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Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #P145Text
The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music #d338
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