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But though he fall into his hands God wi




But though he fall into his hands,
God will him succor send;
Though men against him sentence give,
yet God will him defend.


Wait thou on God, and keep his way,
he shall preserve thee then
The earth to rule, and thou shalt see
destroyed these wicked men.


The wicked have I seen most strong,
and placed in high degree;
Spreading himself, and flourishing
as doth the laurel-tree.


But suddenly he passed away,
and lo, he quite was gone;
Then I him sought, but could not find
the place where dwelt such one.


Mark and behold the upright man,
how God doth him increase;
For the just man shall have at length
great joy with rest and peace.


As for transgressors, woe to them!
Destroyed they all shall be;
God will cut off their budding race
and rich posterity.


But the salvation of the just
doth come from God above,
Who in their trouble sends them aid
of his mere grace and love.


God evermore delivers them
from vile men and unjust;
And still will save them, whilst that they
in him do put their trust.

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LYRICS
Meter: 8 6 8 6 (C.M.)
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1560,1812
      Bible Refs: Ps 37:33-40;
      LIST OF LYRIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1812# 37
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