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Psalm 67 


First Version (S.M.)


[Recommended tunes: Franconia, Selma, Garelochside]



To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm or Song.


1Lord, bless and pity us,

shine on us with thy face:

2That th' earth thy way, and nations all

may know thy saving grace.

3Let people praise thee, Lord;

let people all thee praise.

4O let the nations be glad,

in songs their voices raise:


Thou'lt justly people judge,

on earth rule nations all.

5Let people praise thee, Lord; let them

praise thee, both great and small.

6The earth her fruit shall yield,

our God shall blessing send.

7God shall us bless; men shall him fear

unto earth's utmost end.



    Second Version (C.M.)


[Recommended tunes: Tiverton, Crediton]



1Lord, unto us be merciful,

do thou us also bless;

And graciously cause shine on us

the brightness of thy face:

2That so thy way upon the earth

to all men may be known;

Also among the nations all

thy saving health be shown.


3O let the people praise thee, Lord;

let people all thee praise.

4O let the nations be glad,

and sing for joy always:

For rightly thou shalt people judge,

and nations rule on earth.

5Let people praise thee, Lord; let all

the folk praise thee with mirth.


6Then shall the earth yield her increase;

God, our God, bless us shall.

7God shall us bless; and of the earth

the ends shall fear him all.


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