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Thanks will I unto thee With my whole heart

Thanks will I unto thee,
With my whole heart, accord,
Thy works all-marvellous each one,
I will declare, O Lord.

In thee will I be glad,
In thee rejoice will I,
I will sing praises to thy name,
O thou the Lord most high.

Backward my foes are driven,
They fall before thy face;
My cause thou pleadest; on the throne
Thou judgest righteousness.

Nations thou hast rebuked;
Destroyed and put to shame
The wicked one; for ever thou
Hast blotted out his name.

For ever, mighty foe!
Thy havoc now is done:
Cities thou hast destroyed, with them
Is their remembrance gone.

But yet Jehovah shall
For ever, ever stay;
His throne he hath prepared at length
For the great judgment-day.

The world in righteousness
Then judge the Just One shall;
Just judgment he shall minister
Unto the nations all.

Yea, he, Jehovah, shall
For the oppressed one prove
A refuge in the day of fear,
A refuge from above.

And they that know thy name
In thee their trust will place,
For thou hast not forsaken them,
O Lord, who seek thy face.

Sing to Jehovah, sing
To him, whose dwelling high
Is Zion; to the nations tell
His deeds of majesty.

When he inquires for blood,
He calls to mind his own;
Nor of his poor and lowly here
Forgetteth he the groan.

marker 99
Meter: 6 6 8 6 (S.M.)
      Bible Refs: Ps 9;
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1869# 45
      Name: ST. MICHAEL (OLD 134TH)
      Meter: 6 6 8 6 (S.M.)
        Dates: 1551,1836
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