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Psalm 130


[Recommended tunes: Martyrdom, Caroline, St Kilda]


A Song of degrees.


1Lord, from the depths to thee I cry'd.

2My voice, Lord, do thou hear:

Unto my supplication's voice

give an attentive ear.

3Lord, who shall stand, if thou, O Lord,

should'st mark iniquity?

4But yet with thee forgiveness is,

that fear'd thou mayest be.


5I wait for God, my soul doth wait,

my hope is in his word.

6More than they that for morning watch,

my soul waits for the Lord;

I say, more than they that do watch

the morning light to see.

7Let Israel hope in the Lord,

for with him mercies be;


And plenteous redemption

is ever found with him.

8And from all his iniquities

he Isr'el shall redeem.



The Psalms in Metre