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In Preparation for the Lord’s Day: How Blest Is He Whose Trespass


How Blest Is He Whose Trespass
WIE LIEBLICH IST DER MAIEN Psalm 32

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How blest is he whose trespass
hath freely been forgiv’n,
whose sin is wholly covered
before the sight of heav’n.
to whom the Lord in mercy
imputeth not his sin,
who hath a guileless spirit,
whose heart is true within.

While I kept guilty silence
my strength was spent with grief:
Thy hand was heavy on me,
my soul found no relief;
but when I owned my trespass,
my sin hid not from Thee;
when I confessed transgression,
then Thou forgavest me.

So let the godly seek Thee
in times when Thou art near;
no whelming floods shall reach them
nor cause their hearts to fear.
In Thee, O Lord, I hid me;
Thou savest me from ill,
and songs of Thy salvation
my heart with rapture thrill.

Hymns to the Living God (Religious Affections Ministries, 2017).

The current hymnal for this series is Hymns to the Living God, recently published by Religious Affections Ministries. This is such a good hymnal that I’m pretty sure I could happily post every hymn it contains, but I’ll be limiting selections to hymns I have never posted here before, especially those unfamiliar to me (of which there are many). For more information and to purchase this hymnal, visit Religious Affections Ministries.



Posted 2018·09·22 by David Kjos
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