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PSALM 4 L. M. REST William B. Bradbury 1 My righteous God, Who oft of old
Hast saved from trou-bles man -i- fold, Give an-swer when I call to Thee, Begra-
cious now and hear my plea. 2 How long, O men, will ye defame, 4 In reverence
9 An Entreaty for Guidance PSALM 5 7s CoMFORT English Melody 1 O Je-ho-
vah,hear my words,To my thoughts attentive be; Hear my cry, my ow-o- | NKing,
my God, I will make my prayer to Thee.With the morning light,O Lord, -o- Thou
11 Prayer and Protection PSALM 5 7s REDHEAD Richard Redhead ---- 1 O Je -
ho - vah, hear my words, To my -o- ts at - ten - tive be; Hear my cry, my King, my
God, I will make my prayer to Thee. I4 [Selected Stanzas) Prayer and Protection 2
2 With the morning light, O Lord, 3 O let all that trust Thy care Thou shalt hear my
voice arise, Everglad and joyful be; And expectant I will bring Let them joy who
love Thy Name, Prayer as morning sacrifice. Safely guarded, Lord, by Thee.
And ever hear their cry. 3 Their foes Thou dost behold, 5 Defend the fatherless
Their wrongs Thou wilt repay; And all who are oppressed, The poor commit
themselves to Thee, That they by human pride and power Thou art the orphans'
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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.