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Scottish Psalter And Paraphrases by Anonymous

Psalm 136

Second Version (6.6.6.6.8.8.)

6,6,6,6,8,8

^1Praise God, for he is kind:

His mercy lasts for aye.

^2Give thanks with heart and mind

To God of gods alway:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^3The Lord of lords praise ye,

Whose mercies still endure.

^4Great wonders only he

Doth work by his great pow'r

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^5Which God omnipotent,

By might and wisdom high,

The heav'n and firmament

Did frame, as we may see:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^6To him who did outstretch

This earth so great and wide,

Above the waters' reach

Making it to abide:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^7Great lights he made to be;

For his grace lasteth aye:

^8Such as the sun we see,

To rule the lightsome day:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^9Also the moon so clear,

Which shineth in our sight;

The stars that do appear,

To guide the darksome night:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^10To him that Egypt smote,

Who did his message scorn;

And in his anger hot

Did kill all their first-born:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^11Thence Isr'el out he brought;

For his grace lasteth ever.

^12With a strong hand he wrought,

And stretch'd-out arm deliver:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^13The sea he cut in two;

For his grace lasteth still.

^14And through its midst to go

Made his own Israel:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^15But overwhelm'd and lost

Was proud king Pharaoh,

With all his mighty host,

And chariots there also:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^16To him who pow'rfully

His chosen people led,

Ev'n through the desert dry,

And in that place them fed:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^17To him great kings who smote;

For his grace hath no bound.

^18Who slew, and spared not

Kings famous and renown'd:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^19Sihon the Am'rites' king;

For his grace lasteth ever:

^20Og also, who did reign

The land of Bashan over:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^21Their land by lot he gave;

For his grace faileth never,

^22That Isr'el might it have

In heritage for ever:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^23Who hath remembered

Us in our low estate;

^24And us delivered

From foes which did us hate:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

^25Who to all flesh gives food;

For his grace faileth never.

^26Give thanks to God most good,

The God of heav'n, for ever:

For certainly

His mercies dure

Most firm and sure

Eternally.

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