(Parts only. We have taken only a few verses from the whole Psalm to make a song that is about the length we normally sing. However, if you would like to sing all of this version of the Psalm, it is available here: Psalm 118
Words: John Craig, from The Scottish Psalter of 1635
1 Give to the Lord all praise and honor, for he is gracious and kind. Yea, more his mercy and great favor, Doth firm abide world without end. 16 The hand most strong of the almighty Exalted is now presently Of GOD the LORD the right hand sturdy Hath done (say they) triumphantly.
17 Away, away enviers each one, For yet death's cup I shall not prove; But shall still live, that I may expose, And show abroad GOD's works above. 18 The LORD my GOD hath me chastisèd And that right sore, I must confess; But of his goodness not delivered Me unto death in that distress.
22 The stone which wholly was refusèd, And of the builders cast away: The same layèd is now, and placèd As of the corner head and stay. 27 The LORD our GOD he is most mighty, And hath us given light at last: Unto the horns of th'Altar holy Your sacrifice now bind full fast.
28 Thou art the GOD in whom I glory, To thee will I give praise therefore: Even thou my GOD art, therefore will I Laud and exalt thee evermore. 29 Give to the LORD all praise and honor For gracious is he and kind: yes, more his mercy and great favor Doth ay endure world without end.