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Psalm 125

 


[Recommended tunes: Southwark, Praetorius, Haresfield, Ericstane]

8,6,8,6

 

A Song of degrees.

 

1They in the Lord that firmly trust

shall be like Sion hill,

Which at no time can be remov'd,

but standeth ever still.

2As round about Jerusalem

the mountains stand alway,

The Lord his folk doth compass so,

from henceforth and for aye.

 

3For ill men's rod upon the lot

of just men shall not lie;

Lest righteous men stretch forth their hands

unto iniquity.

4Do thou to all those that be good

thy goodness, Lord, impart;

And do thou good to those that are

upright within their heart.

 

5But as for such as turn aside

after their crooked way,

God shall lead forth with wicked men:

on Isr'el peace shall stay.

 
 

 

The Psalms in Metre