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1143. Come, Ye That Fear the Lord

1. Come, ye that fear the Lord, and hear
What He has done for me;
My cry for help is turned to praise,
For He has set me free.
Through pain and trouble Thou hast led,
And humbled all our pride,
But, in the end, to liberty
And wealth Thy hand did guide.

2. If in my heart I sin regard,
My prayer He will not hear;
But truly God has heard my voice,
My prayer has reached His ear.
O let the Lord, our gracious God,
Forever blessèd be,
Who has not turned my prayer from Him,
Nor yet His grace from me.

3. Here in Thy house I give to Thee
The life that Thou dost bless,
And pay the solemn vows I made
When I was in distress.
O all ye peoples, bless our God,
Aloud proclaim His praise,
Who safely holds our soul in life,
And steadfast makes our ways.

Text Information
First Line: Come, ye that fear the Lord, and hear
Title: Come, Ye That Fear the Lord
Author: Anonymous (1912)
Meter: CMD
Language: English
Source: The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: ANCYRA
Composer: Benjamin Carl Unseld (1901)
Meter: CMD
Incipit: 33111 17744 67665
Key: F Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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