1 O righteous, in the Lord rejoice;
how pleasant that with joyful voice
God's saints his name should praise.
With harp and hymn of gladness sing,
your gift of sweetest music bring,
to him a new song raise.
2 The Lord God from his throne on high
looks down with clear and searching eye
on all that dwell below.
And he that fashioned heart and mind
looks ever down on humankind
the works of all to know.
3 His eye is on all those who fear;
to those who hope, the Lord is near
according to his word.
Death cannot touch those in his hand,
nor trouble conquer in the land;
we wait upon the Lord.
Better known for his gospel songs than his hymn tunes, James McGranahan (PHH 99) wrote FRANCES in the latter part of the nineteenth century. Copyrighted in 1901 by McGranahan, the tune was set to this text in the 1912 Psalter and in every edition of the Psalter Hymnal.
FRANCES is a rousing tune with…
Display Title: O Righteous, in the Lord RejoiceFirst Line: O righteous, in the Lord rejoiceTune Title: FRANCESMeter: 886 DScripture: Psalm 33:4-9Date: 1987Subject: Funerals | ; Creation and Providence | ; Church | ; Providence |Source: Psalter, 1912, alt.
Display Title: Ye Righteous, in the Lord RejoiceFirst Line: Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoiceTune Title: FRANCESMeter: 88.68.86Source: The Psalter (Pittsburgh: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912)
Display Title: O Righteous, in the Lord RejoiceFirst Line: O righteous in the Lord rejoiceTune Title: FRANCESMeter: 8.8.6.D.Scripture: Psalm 33; Psalm 33; Hebrews 11:3; 1 Peter 3:12Date: 2018Subject: Church | As Covenant People; Fear of God | ; God | ; God | Incomprehensibility; God | Praises of; God | Sovereignty of ; The Nation |Source: The Psalter, 1912; alt.