|Text:||Psalm 46, Scottish Psalter||1650|
|Music:||Este's Psalter, 1592||1592|
|Tune:||Winchester Old|| |
|OHT Incipit:|| |
God is our Refuge and our Strength,
In straits a present Aid,
Therefore, although the earth remove,
We will not be afraid;
Though hills amidst the seas be cast,
Though waters roaring make,
And troubled be be; yea though the hills
By swelling seas do shake.
A river is, whose streams make glad
The City of our God,
The holy place, wherein the Lord
Most High has His abode;
God in the midst of her doth dwell,
And nothing shall her move;
The Lord to her a helper will,
And that right early, prove.
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