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3 Jehovah will a refuge prove, 5 Sing praises to the Lord Most High, A refuge
strong for all oppressed, To Him Who doth in Zion dwell; A safe retreat, where
weary souls Declare His mighty deeds abroad, In troublous times may surely rest.
... No better portion know; [ content, Let me Thy loving-kindness see, They, with
earth's joys and wealth Thy wondrous mercy, full and free. Must leave them all
when life is spent. 4 O guard me well as one doth guard 7 When I in
44 The Safeguards of Prayer PSALM 20 C. M. WIRTH William B. Bradbury 1 se -
ho - vah hear thee in the y When trou - ble He doth send; -JTS `-- And let our
covenant-keep-ing God . . From ev-ery ill de - fend. [ Stanzasl 2 O let Him send
46 The Coronation of Jesus Christ PSALM 21 L. M. FALCONER Alexander B.
Morton ^- y strength, In Thy sal-va-tion, Lord Most High, ,- ~- 1 The King re-joic-
eth Tor - For Thou hast filled His heart's de-sire, His prayer Thy love doth not de -
... sakeThou dost guide me 3 Thou preparest me a table In the paths of
righteousness; In the presence of the foe; Though I walk the vale of shadows,
Thou my head with oil anointest, Fears no more my soul oppress; Yea, my cup
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The Psalter of 1912 puts to hymn every psalm, often with more than one hymn per psalm. It is the Psalter I have been looking for - not a chant of two verses for each psalm, but rather a complete hymn. The Trinity Hymnal, published by Great Commission Publications of Orthodox Presbyterian Church and Presbyterian Church in America includes a large number of hymns from this Psalter, and led me to look up this Psalter to find more similar hymns. I look forward to praying through and singing many of these musical psalms.