Psalm 19. psalms.seedbed.com Julie Tennent ASH GROVE (Let All Things Now Living) Tune: Trinity Hymnal #125 CCLI #977558. The hea-vens are tel -ling the glo-ry of God; and the skies are de- claring the work of His hands . For day after day they speak,
ASH GROVE (Let All Things Now Living)
Tune: Trinity Hymnal #125
The hea-vensare tel-ling the glo-ry
of God; and the skies are de-claring
the work of His hands.
For day after day they speak,
pour-ingforth know-ledge, and night
af-ternight is dis-played their
no speech and no word, but their
sound has gone forth to the earth’s
The sun in the heav-en comes forth
like a bride-groom; the Lord for a
race does His cham-pion send.
It ri-sesat one end of hea-venand
tra-vels; its cir-cuitextends over
all of the earth.
And no-thing is hid-den from its
heat or glor-y; and like it, God’s
law shines with pow-erand worth.
The law of the Lord is most per-fect
and ho-ly, re-vivingthe soul and
re-storing the heart;
The stat-utesof God can be tru-sted
most surely, they make wise the
sim-pleand truth do impart.
The pre-ceptsof God are right,
gi-vingthe heart joy; com-mandsof
the Lord are pure, light-ingthe eyes.
The fear of the Lord is en-during
for-ever; His judg-mentsare true,
right-eous, mak-ingus wise.
They are much more pre-ciousthan
gold, and much swee-terthan
hon-eyand hon-ey-comb where
More-over, by them is Your ser-vant
in-struct-ed; in kee-ping Your
stat-utes, there is great re-ward.
But who can disc-ernhis faults?
O Lord, for-give both my hid-den
and will-fulsins – let them not rule!
Then I will be blame-less,
com-plete, and acquit-ted of every
tran-sgres-sionthat be-sets the fool.
May all of the wor-ds of my mouth
a-ndthe thoughts of my heart be
ac-cepted, O Lord, in Your sight;
O Lord, my sure Rock and my
pre-ciousRe-deemer, may my life
be plea-sing and lived in Your light.