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Exaudiat te Dom.

In trouble and adversity

Author: Thomas Sternhold
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 In trouble and adversity
the Lord God hear thee still;
The Majesty of Jacob's God
defend thee from all ill:

2 And send thee from his holy place
his help at ev'ry need;
And so in Sion 'stablish thee,
and make thee strong indeed;

3 Rememb'ring well the sacrifice,
that now in him is done,
And so receive most graciously
thy offerings each one.

4 According to thy heart's desire,
the Lord grant unto thee,
And all thy counsel and thy mind
full well perform may he.

5 We will rejoice when thou us sav'st,
and banners shall display
Unto the Lord, who thy requests
fulfilled hath alway.

6 The Lord will his Anointed save,
I know well by his grace,
And send him help by his right-hand
out of his holy place.

7 In chariots some put confidence,
and some in horses trust:
But we remember God our Lord,
who keepeth promise just.

8 They all fall down, but we do rise
and stand up stedfastly:
O save and help us, Lord and King,
when we to thee do cry.

Source: The Whole Book of Psalms #XX

Author: Thomas Sternhold

Thomas Sternhold was Groom of the Robes to Henry VIII and Edward VI. With Hopkins, he produced the first English version of the Psalms before alluded to. He completed fifty-one; Hopkins and others composed the remainder. He died in 1549. Thirty-seven of his psalms were edited and published after his death, by his friend Hopkins. The work is entitled "All such Psalms of David as Thomas Sternhold, late Groome of the King's Majestye's Robes, did in his Lyfetime drawe into Englyshe Metre." Of the version annexed to the Prayer Book, Montgomery says: "The merit of faithful adherence to the original has been claimed for this version, and need not to be denied, but it is the resemblance which the dead bear to the living." Wood, in his "Athe… Go to person page >

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First Line: In trouble and adversity
Title: Exaudiat te Dom.
Author: Thomas Sternhold



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The Whole Book of Psalms #XX

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The Whole Booke of Psalmes #9b

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