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Praise and Trust

Full Text

1 Within Thy temple, Lord,
In that most holy place,
We on thy loving-kindness dwell,
The wonders of Thy grace.
Men sing Thy praise, O God,
Where'er Thy Name is known;
By every deed Thy hand hath wrought
Thy righteousness is shown.

2 Let Zion now rejoice,
And all her children sing;
Let them with thankfulness proclaim
The judgment of their King.
Mount Zion's walls behold,
About her ramparts go,
And number ye the lofty towers
That guard her from the foe.

3 Observe her palaces,
Mark her defenses well,
That to the sons that follow you
Her glories you may tell;
For God as our own God
Forever will abide,
And till life's journey close in death
Will be our faithful guide.

The Psalter: with responsive readings, 1912

Text Information

First Line: Within Thy temple, Lord, In that most holy place
Title: Praise and Trust
Meter: 6.6.8.6
Language: English

Tune

[Within Thy temple, Lord]


DIADEMATA (Elvey)

Composed for Bridges's text by George J. Elvey (PHH 48), DIADEMATA was first published in the 1868 Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern. Since that publication, the tune has retained its association with this text. The name DIADEMATA is derived from the Greek word for "crowns." The tune is lively an…

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Instances

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Bible Songs: a selection of psalms set to music, for use in sabbath schools, adult Bible classes, young people's societies, prayer meetings, evangelistic services, and family worship (4th ed.) #111Page Scan
The Psalter: with responsive readings #134TextPage Scan
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