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A Psalm of David

Hymnal: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre #PXXXIX (1773) Hymnal Title: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre First Line: I said, I to my ways will look Lyrics: 1 I Said, I to my ways will look, lest I sin with my tongue; With curb I'll keep my mouth while I the wicked am among. 2 With silence I as dumb abode, my mouth did I refrain From speaking good; but then the more excited was my pain. 3 My heart within me waxed hot, while I was musing long; Until the fire enkindled was; then spake I with my tongue. 4 O LORD, teach me to know my end, and measure of my days; How short it is, how frail I am, how swift my time decays. 5 Lo, Thou my days hast made a span, mine age is nought to Thee: At his best state sure ev'ry man Us wholly vanity. (Selah.) 6 Sure man walks in an empty show, and stirs himself in vain; Who heaps up wealth, but knows not who shall gather all his gain. [2 Part] 7 And now, O Lord, what wait I for? my hope is set on Thee: 8 Free me from all my trespasses: the fool’s scoff make not me. 9 I silent was, and shut my mouth, this done because Thou hast: 10 Remove thy stroke away from me' by thy hands blow I waste. 11 When with rebukes Thou chastnest man for his iniquity; His beauty, like a moth, consumes: sure each man’s vanity. (Selah.) 12 LORD hear my pray'r, regard my tears, give ear to my loud cry: For as my fathers all, with Thee, a sojourner am I. 13 O spare me for a little space, and strength to me restore, Before, by death, from hence I go, and shall be here no more. Scripture: Psalm 39 Languages: English
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A Psalm of David

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre #PXXXIX (1758) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre First Line: I said, I to my ways will look Lyrics: 1 I Said, I to my ways will look, lest I sin with my tongue; With curb I'll keep my mouth while I the wicked am among 2 With silence I as dumb abode, my mouth did I refrain From speaking good; but then the more excited was my pain. 3 My heart within me waxed hot, while I was musing long, Until the fire enkindled was, then spake I with my tongue. 4 O LORD, teach me to know my end, and measure of my days; How short it is, how frail I am, how swift my time decays. 5 Lo, Thou my days hast made a span, mine age is nought to Thee: At his best state sure ev'ry man Us wholly vanity. (Selah.) 6 Sure man walks in an empty show, and stirs himself in vain; Who heaps up wealth, but knows not who shall gather all his gain. [2 Part] 7 And now, O Lord, what wait I for? my hope is set on Thee: 8 Free me from all my trespasses; the fool’s scoff make not me. 9 I silent was, and shut my mouth, this done because Thou hast: 10 Remove thy stroke away from me' by thy hands blow I waste. 11 When with rebukes Thou chastnest man for his iniquity, His beauty, like a moth consumes; sure each man’s vanity. (Selah.) 12 LORD hear my pray'r, regard my tears, give ear to my loud cry: For as my fathers all, with Thee, a sojourner am I. 13 O spare me for a little space, and strength to me restore, Before, by death, from hence I go, and shall be here no more. Scripture: Psalm 39 Languages: English
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To the chief Musician, even to Jeduthun, A Psalm of David

Hymnal: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament #PXXXIX (1742) Hymnal Title: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament First Line: I said I will look to my ways Lyrics: 1 I said, I will look to my ways, Lest I sin with my tongue: I'll keep my mouth with bit while I With wicked am among 2 With silence I as dumb abode, My mouth I did refrain From speaking of the thing that's good, And stirred was my pain. 3 My heart within me waxed hot, While I was musing long, In me the fire inkindled was, Then speak I with my tongue. 4 O Lord, mine end, and of of my days, Let me the measure learn: That what a momentary thing I am, I may discern. 5 Behold thou mad'st my days a span, Mine age is nought to thee: At's best estate, sure every man Us wholly vanity. 6 Sure man walks in an empty show, Vain stir they therefore make, Who heap up wealth, but do not know Who shall the same up take. 7 And now, O Lord, what wait I for? My hope is set on thee. 8 Free me from all my trespasses, The fool’s scorn make not me. 9 I silent was and shut my mouth, This done because thou hast: 10 Remove thy stroke away from me, By thy hands blow I waste. 11 When with Rebukes thou dost correct Man for iniquity, Thou blasts his beauty like a moth: Sure each man’s vanity. 12 Lord hear my prayer, hark to my cry; Nor at my tears still be: For as my fathers all am I, Strange sojourner with thee. 13 O turn aside a while me fro, That I may strength recall, Before that I from hence shall go, And be no more at all. Scripture: Psalm 39 Languages: English

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