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A Psalm of Asaph

Hymnal: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre #PLXXXI (1773) Hymnal Title: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre First Line: O to the mighty GOD our strength Lyrics: 1 O to the mighty GOD our strength sing with a shouting voice; O to the God of Jacob sing and make a joyful noise. 2 Take up a Psalm, the timbrel bring, and with your voices join; The pleasant harp and psaltery, in consort sweet combine. 3 At the new moon, let trumpets blow, and joyful voices raise. To celebrate th' appointed time, the solemn day of praise. 4 For this to Israel of old a sacred precept was, And by the God of Jacob this did for a statute pass. 5 This witness He in Joseph set, when from th' Egyptian shore They went, and heard a voice and speech, they never heard before. 6 I from the heavy burthens took their shoulders clear away; And I their servile hands set free from lab'ring in the clay. 7 When thou wast in great trouble, thou To Me for aid dist call; With pity your distress I saw, and set you free from all. From thunder clouds I answer'd thee, my secret place on high, And at the streams of Meribah, I throughly did thee try. [2 Part] 8 Hear, O my people, and my mind I'll testify to thee; To thee,O Isr'el, if thou wilt, but hearken now to Me: 9 Then know, that a strange God in thee, I never will allow; Never to any other God, shalt thou presume to bow. 10 I am the LORD thy God who thee from land of Egypt led; Open thy mouth, and thou by Me with plenty shalt be fed. 11 My people yet would not give ear, To the kind voice I spake; And Israel would not in me, Their full contentment take. 12 So to the bents of their own hearts, I gave them up a prey; And in their foolish counsels then I let them go astray. 13 O that my people Me had heard, and did my voice obey; That Isr'el had obedient been, and walked in my way; 14 I should within a little time, have pulled down their foes; And should have turn'd my hand upon, such as against them rose. 15 The haters of the LORD had then submission paid, tho' feign'd; But his own people's happy time should ever have remain'd. 16 Yea with the finest of the wheat, Have nourish'd them should He; With honey of the Rock I should Have satisfied thee. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English
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A Psalm of Asaph

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre #PLXXXI (1758) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre First Line: O to the mighty God our strength Lyrics: 1 O to the mighty GOD our strength sing with a shouting voice; O to the God of Jacob sing and make a joyful noise. 2 Take up a psalm, the timbrel bring, and with your voices join; The pleasant harp and psaltery, in consort sweet combine. 3 At the new moon, let trumpets blow, and joyful voices raise. To celebrate th' appointed time, the solemn day of praise. 4 For this to Israel of old a sacred precept was, And by the God of Jacob this Did for a statute pass. 5 This witness He in Joseph set, when from th' Egyptian shore They went, and heard a voice and speech, they never heard before. 6 I from the heavy burthens took their shoulders clear away; And I their servile hands set free from lab'ring in the clay. 7 When thou wast in great trouble, thou To Me for aid dist call; With pity your distress I saw, and set you free from all. From thunder clouds I answer'd thee, my secret place on high, And at the streams of Meribah, I thro'ly did thee try. [2 Part] 8 Hear, O my people, and my mind I'll testify to thee; To thee,O Isr'el, if thou wilt, but hearken now to Me: 9 Then know, that a strange God in thee, I never will allow; Never to any other God, shalt thou presume to bow. 10 I am the LORD thy God who thee from land of Egypt led; Open thy mouth, and thou by Me with plenty shalt be fed. 11 My people yet would not give ear, To the kind voice I spake; And Israel would not in me, Their full contentment take. 12 So to the bents of their own hearts, I gave them up a prey; And in their foolish counsels then I let them go astray. 13 O that my people Me had heard, and did my voice obey; That Isr'el had obedient been, and walked in my way; 14 I should within a little time Have pulled down their foes; And should have turn'd my hand upon, Such as against them rose. 15 The haters of the LORD had then submission paid, tho' feign'd; But his own people's happy time should ever have remain'd. 16 Yea with the finest of the wheat Have nourish'd them should He; With honey of the Rock I should Have satisfied thee. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English
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To the chief Musician, upon Gittith. A Psalm of Asaph

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament #PLXXXI (1742) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament First Line: Unto the mighty God our strength Lyrics: 1 Unto the mighty God our strength Sing with a shouting voice: Unto the God of Jacob so, Make thee a joyful noise. 2 Take up a psalm of melody The timbrel hither bring, Together with the psalter, And harp sweet sounding string. 3 As in the time of the new moon, With trumpet sound on high: As in appointed time and day Of our solemnity. 4 Because that unto Israel This thing a precept was, And by the God of Jacob this Did for a statute pass. 5 This witness he in Joseph set, When he through Egypt went: Wherein a language I did hear, But knew not what it meant. 6 I from the burthen which he bare His shoulder did set free, His hands also were from the pots Delivered by me. 7 Thou call'd in straits, and i thee freed; In thunder's secresy I answer'd thee at Meribah, Its waters proved thee. Selah. [2] 8 Hear, O my people, and I will Unto thee testify: If that thou wilt, O Israel, Hear me attentively. 9 There shall not any strange god be In midst of thee at all: Nor unto any foreign god Thou bowing down shalt fall. 10 I am the Lord thy God, who thee From land of Egypt led: Thy mouth ope wide, and thou by me With plenty shall be fed. 11 My people yet would not give ear, Unto the voice I spake: And Israel would not in me Their full contentment take. 12 So their perverse intents of heart I left them then to have; And let them walk on in the way Which their own counsels gave. 13 O that my people unto me Obedient had been! And O that Israel he had Walked my ways within! 14 I should within a little time Have pulled down their foes: I should have turn'd my hand upon Such as did them oppose. 15 The haters of the Lord to him Obed'ence should have fain'd: But unto perpetuity Their time should have remain'd. 16 And with the finest of the wheat Have nourish'd them should he: With honey of the rock I should Have satisfied thee. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English

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