439. O My Soul, Bless Your Redeemer (Psalm 103)

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1 O my soul, bless your Redeemer;
all within me bless God's name;
bless the Savior, and forget not
all God's mercies to proclaim.

2 God forgives all your transgressions,
all diseases gently heals;
God redeems you from destruction,
and with you so kindly deals.

3 Far as east from west is distant,
God has put away our sin;
like the pity of a father
has the Lord's compassion been.

4 As it was without beginning,
so it lasts without an end;
to their children's children ever
shall God's righteousness extend:

5 Unto such as keep God's cov’nant
and are steadfast in God's way;
unto those who still remember
the commandments and obey.

6 Bless your Maker, all you creatures,
ever under God's control,
all throughout God's vast dominion;
bless the Lord of all, my soul!

Text Information
First Line: O my soul, bless your Redeemer
Title: O My Soul, Bless Your Redeemer (Psalm 103)
Meter: 8.7.8.7
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ;
Topic: Creation; Forgiveness; God's Covenant with Israel (4 more...)
Source: The Book of Psalms, 1871, alt.
Tune Information
Name: STUTTGART
Harmonizer: William Henry Havergal (1847, alt.)
Meter: 8.7.8.7
Key: F Major
Source: Witt’s Psalmodia Sacra, 1715


Text Information:

These stanzas are selected from sixteen that originally made up this paraphrase of Psalm 103, the second of two versions in the volume where they were first published. The tune used here was probably created as a German psalm tune but later came to be used with hymn texts.


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