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Psalm 119 - 6 (Vau)
KILMARNOCK | Common Meter (8,6,8,6)
1650 Scottish Psalter
Melody and most harmony by Neill Dougall, 1776-1862 Clarke's Parochial Psalmody, 2nd ed., 1831
41 Let thy sweet mercies also come and visit me, O Lord; Ev'n thy benign salvätion, according to thy word. 42 So shall I have wherewith I may give him an answer just, Who spitefully reproacheth me; for in thy word I trust. 43 The word of truth out of my mouth take thou not utterly; For on thy judgments rïghteous my hope doth still rely. 44 So shall I keep for evermore thy law continually. 45 And, sith that I thy precepts seek, I'll walk at liberty. 46 I'll speak thy word to kings, and I with shame shall not be moved; 47 And will delight myself always in thy laws, which I loved. 48 To thy commandments, which I loved, my hands lift up I will; And I will also meditate upon thy statutes still