These are the songs we will sing during our upcoming worship services, Lord willing.
The tunes page has many additional tunes to which these psalms may be sung.
You can find this information on the web at http://sgbctopeka.org/psalms.
7 O God, when as thou didst go forth
in presence of thy folk,
when through the desert wilderness
thou diddest marching walk. Selah.
8 The earth did at God’s presence shake,
from heav’ns the drops down fell:
Sinai itself moved before
the God of Israel.
9 O God, thou on thy heritage
didst send a plent’ous rain,
whereby when as it weary was
thou it confirm’d again.
10 Thy congregation hath dwelt
therein; thou dost prepare,
O God, of thy goodness, for them
that poor afflicted are.
11 The Lord the word gave, great their troop
that it have published.
12 Kings of hosts fled, fled, she that stay’d
at home spoil divided.
13 Though ye have lien among the pots,
be like dove’s wings shall ye
with silver deck’d, and her feathers
like yellow gold that be.
14 When there th’ Almighty scatter’d kings,
twas white as Salmon’s snow.
15 God’s hill like Bashan hill, high hill,
like Bashan hill unto.
16 Why do ye leap ye lofty hills?
this is the very hill
in which God loves to dwell, the Lord
dwell in it ever will.
17 God’s char’ots twice ten thousand fold,
thousands of angels be;
with them as in his holy place,
on Sinai’s mount is he.
18 Thou didst ascend on high, thou led’st
for men, yea, for rebels also
thou diddest gifts receive;
that the Lord God might dwell with them.
19 Who daily doth us load
with benefits, blest be the Lord
that’s our salvation’s God. Selah.
20 He is God of salvation
that is our God most strong;
and unto Jehovah the Lord
issues from death belong.
21 But God shall wound the en’mies’ head,
the hairy scalp also
of him that in his trespasses
on forward still doth go.
22 The Lord said I’ll bring back again,
again from Bashan hill:
my people from the depths of seas
bring back again I will.