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With the morning light,O Lord, -o- Thou shalt hear my voice arise, And ex-pectant
I will bring Prayer as morning sacrifice. - -o- -- V 2 Thou, Jehovah, art a God 3 In
the fulness of Thy grace Who delightest not in sin; To Thy house I will repair, Evil
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.
Lest now my foe insulting And I with voice of singing Should boast of his success,
Will praise the Lord above, And enemies exulting Who, richest bounties bringing,
Rejoice in my distress. Has dealt with me in love. 23 Human Corruption ...
7 Jehovah's thunders fill the heaven, The dreadful voice of God Most High; [riven,
With shafts of light the clouds are His foes, dismayed, in terror fly. 8 The raging
torrents overflow, And sweep the world's foundations bare, Because Thy blasts of
S2 Aloud they do not speak, 3 The clouds of heaven are spread, They utter forth
no word, A tent to hold the sun, Nor into language break, And like a bridegroom
fair Their voice is never heard; Comes forth the mighty one, Yet through the world
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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.