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Weekly Worship

These are the songs we will sing during our upcoming worship services, Lord willing.

Lord’s Day



Psa. 51.1-13 • Kingsfold (CMD) (BPB)

Psa. 51.14-19 • Kingsfold (CMD) (BPB)

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Psalm 51

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David, when Nathan the prophet came unto him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba.

1 Have mercy upon me, O God,
in thy lovingkindness:
in multitude of thy mercies
blot out my trespasses.
2 From mine iniquity do thou
wash me most perfectly,
and also from this sin of mine
do thou me purify.

3 Because of my transgressions
myself do take notice,
and sin that I committed have
before me ever is.
4 ‘Gainst thee, thee only have I sinn’d,
this ill done thee before:
when thou speak’st just thou art, and clear
when thou dost judge therefore.

5 Behold, how in iniquity
I did my shape receive:
also my mother that me bare
in sin did me conceive.
6 Behold, thou dost desire the truth
within the inward part:
and thou shalt make me wisdom know
in secret of my heart.

7 With hyssop do me purify,
I shall be cleansed so:
do thou me wash, and then I shall
be whiter than the snow.
8 Of joy and of gladness do thou
make me to hear the voice:
that so the bones which thou hast broke
may cheerfully rejoice.

9 From the beholding of my sin
hide thou away thy face:
also all mine iniquities
do utterly deface.
10 A clean heart, Lord, in me create,
also a spirit right
11 in me renew. O cast not me
away out of thy sight;

nor from me take thy holy sp’rit.
12 Restore the joy to me
of thy salvation, and uphold
me with thy spirit free.
13 Then will I teach thy ways to those
that work iniquity:
and by this means shall sinners be
converted unto thee.

14 O God, God of my health, set me
free from blood guiltiness,
and so my tongue shall joyfully
sing of thy righteousness.
15 O Lord my stay, let thou my lips
by thee be opened,
and by my mouth thy praises shall
be openly showed.

16 For thou desir’st not sacrifice,
it would I freely bring:
neither dost thou contentment take
in a whole burnt off’ring.
17 The sacrifices of the Lord
they are a broken sp’rit:
God, thou wilt not despise a heart
that’s broken, and contrite.

18 In thy good pleasure O do thou
do good to Zion hill:
the walls of thy Jerusalem
O do thou build up still.
19 The sacrifice of justice shall
please thee, with burnt off’ring,
and whole burnt off’ring; then they shall
calves to thine altar bring.