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.
A Psalm of David.
1 The LORD did say unto my Lord,
sit thou at my right hand:
till I thine en’mies make a stool
whereon thy feet may stand.
2 The Lord the rod shall of thy strength
send from out of Zion:
in middest of thine enemies
have thou dominion.
3 Willing thy folk in thy day’s pow’r,
in holy beauties be:
from morning’s womb; thou hast the dew
of thy youth unto thee.
4 Jehovah sware, nor will repent,
thou art a Priest for aye:
after the order that I of
Melchizedek did say.
5 The Lord who is at thy right hand
wounding shall strike through kings
in that same day wherein that he
his indignation brings.
6 He shall among the heathen judge,
and fill with bodies dead
great places, and o’er many lands
he shall strike through the head.
7 Out of the torrent he shall drink
i’th way he passeth by:
because of this therefore he shall
lift up his head on high.
1 Praise ye the Lord: with my whole heart
Jehovah praise will I:
i’th private meetings of th’ upright,
and public assembly.
2 Great are the Lord’s works: sought of all
that in them have pleasure.
3 Comely and glor’ous is his work:
aye doth his justice dure.
4 To be remember’d he hath made
his doings marvelous:
full of compassion is the Lord
as well as gracious.
5 Meat hath he given unto them
that fearers of him be:
he evermore his covenant
doth keep in memory.
6 The power of his works he did
unto his people show:
that he the heathen’s heritage
upon them might bestow.
7 Both verity and judgment are
the working of his hands:
yea very faithful also are
each one of his commands.
8 For ever and for evermore
they stand in stableness:
yea they are done in verity
also in uprightness.
9 Redemption to his folk he sent,
that covenant of his
for aye he hath ordain’d: holy
and rev’rend his name is.
10 Of wisdom the beginning is
Jehovah’s fear: all they
that do his will have prudence good:
his praise endures for aye.