Monday, November 2, 2009

Psalm 90

"O with thy tender mercies, Lord,
us early satisfy;
So we rejoice shall all our days,
and still be glad in thee.
According as the days have been,
wherein we grief have had,
And years wherein we ill have seen,
so do thou make us glad.
O let thy work and pow'r appear
thy sevants' face before;
And show unto their children dear
thy glory evermore:
And let the beauty of the Lord
our God be us upon:
Our handy -works establish thou,
establish them each one."

Psalm 90:13-17


We sang this section of Psalm 90 in church yesterday and I liked it so much
that I wanted to share it here.

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