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Psalm 29

 


[Recommended tunes: Montrose, Bloxham, Milton]

8,6,8,6


 

A Psalm of David.

 

1Give ye unto the Lord, ye sons

that of the mighty be,

All strength and glory to the Lord

with cheerfulness give ye.

2Unto the Lord the glory give

that to his name is due;

And in the beauty of holiness

unto Jehovah bow.

 

3The Lord's voice on the waters is;

the God of majesty

Doth thunder, and on multitudes

of waters sitteth he.

4A pow'rful voice it is that comes

out from the Lord most high;

The voice of that great Lord is full

of glorious majesty.

 

5The voice of the Eternal doth

asunder cedars tear;

Yea, God the Lord doth cedars break

that Lebanon doth bear.

6He makes them like a calf to skip,

ev'n that great Lebanon ,

And, like to a young unicorn,

the mountain Sirion.

 

7God's voice divides the flames of fire;

8The desert it doth shake:

The Lord doth make the wilderness

of Kadesh all to quake.

9God's voice doth make the hinds to calve,

it makes the forest bare:

And in his temple ev'ry one

his glory doth declare.

 

10The Lord sits on the floods; the Lord

sits King, and ever shall.

11The Lord will give his people strength,

and with peace bless them all.

 
 

 

The Psalms in Metre