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Daily Archives: July 1, 2011
Ninth in a series of posts that go through hymns in The Book of Praise of the Presbyterian Church of Canada.
Within your temple, LordPsalm 48 Gopsal Paraphrase, United Presbyterian Book of Psalms 1871 Music: Congregational Church Music 1853 public domain
Within your temple, Lord, your mercies we will tell,
for where your name is known there does your praise excel:
your praises sound through every land;
with righteous reign you shall command.Mount Zion, now rejoice! Let Judah’s daughters praise
with strong and cheerful voice, the justice God displays;
go round the walls on Zion’s mount
its many splendours to recount.
The towers of Zion tell; its palaces survey;
mark its defences well, and to your children say:
“The Lord, our faithful God and guide,
this God forever shall abide.”