Psalm 145

Words: The Psalter for Christian Worship, Michael Morgan

Music: 87 Unable to initialize a MIDI player for your browser     "Hyfrydol" Rowland Hugh Prichard, 1855
A Psalm of Praise
      I will ever sing Thy praises,
         For all time, Thy name I'll bless;
      Without peer is Thy great glory,
         Limitless Thy righteousness.
      Each new generation numbers
         All Thy blessings as their own;
      To the earth's most far-flung regions
         Is Thy majesty made known.
      Thou art gracious, full of mercy,
         Slow to anger, quick to love;
      Saints below may glimpse Thy kingdom
         In the lofty skies above.
      In this life, the best we savor
         Is but common fare to Thee;
      All the riches earth can harvest
         Cannot match Thy majesty.
      For the LORD is ever faithful
         To supply our deepest need;
      Justice grows from every judgment,
         Wholesome bread from every seed.
      God is ne'er too far to hear us,
         Never deaf to our demands;
      Those who love and trust the promise
         Rest secure within God's hand.

Words 1999, Michael Morgan
Used by permission

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