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The Lord is only my support

Author: W. W. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #XXIIIa (1790) Lyrics: 1 The Lord is only my support, and he that doth me feed; How can I then lack any thing, whereof I stand in need? 2 In pastures green he feedeth me, where I do safely lie, And after leads me to the streams which run most pleasantly. 3 And when I find myself near lost, then doth he me home take, Conducting me in his right paths, ev'n for his own name's sake. 4 And tho' I were ev'n at death's door, yet would I fear no ill; For both thy rod and shepherd's crook afford me comfort still. 5 Thou hast my table richly spread in presence of my foe, Thou hast my head with balm refresh'd, my cup doth overflow; 6 And finally, whilst breath doth last, thy grace shall me defend; And in the house of God will I my life for ever spend. Scripture: Psalm 23 Languages: English
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The Lord is only my support

Hymnal: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns #16a (1811) Languages: English
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The Lord is only my support

Hymnal: Church Pastorals, hymns and tunes for public and social worship #136 (1864) Topics: God Languages: English
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Dominus regit me

Author: W. W. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #11a (1640) First Line: The Lord is onely my support Lyrics: 1 The Lord is onely my support, and he that doth me feed: How can I then lack any thing, whereof I stand in need? 2 He doth me fold in coats most safe, the tender grasse fast by: And after drives me to the streames which run most pleasantly. 3 And when I feele my selfe neare lsot, then doth he me home take: Conducting me in his right paths, even for his own name's sake. 4 And though I were even at death's doore yet would I feare no ill: For with thy rod and shepherd's crook, I am comforted still. 5 Thou hast my table richly deck'd, in despight of my foe: Thou hast my head with balme refreshed my cup doth overflow. 6 And finally, while breath doth last, thy grace shall me defend: And in the house of God will I my life for ever spend. Scripture: Psalm 23 Languages: English

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