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In the Good Old Days


For every beast of the forest is Mine,
The cattle on a thousand hills.
—Psalm 50:10

Here’s another Sunday School song from my childhood:

In the spirit of multiculturalism, here's one for le Français and les Canadiens.

Google translates it like this. I don’t know how good the translation is, but it seems to make sense, which is not always the case. Corrections are welcome. Please excuse the abuse of exclamation points. That’s the way it was written, and I left it alone.

My God has all things,
It is the Almighty God!
My God has all things,
And I’m his child!

Refrain
My God has all things,
And all his riches are mine!
My God has all things,
I know He will take care of me!

My Lord counts the stars!
He is the Great God of heaven!
My Lord counts the stars,
And count my hair!
[refrain]

He delivers me from distress,
He calms my pain,
He envelops me with tenderness,
He fills all my heart
[refrain]

He leads my entire career,
He holds me in his hand!
Oh! what a friend, what a tender Father!
No, no, I’m not afraid!
[refrain]

Happy in the shadow of his wings,
My heart rejoices
In my ever faithful Savior!
My soul bless him!
[refrain]

Soon, in the Father’s house,
With Him forever!
Soon, in the pure light,
With the God of love.
[refrain]



Posted 2019·03·05 by David Kjos
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