Poetry of Psalm 129

The Poetry of Psalm 129
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Poetry of Psalm 129

Psalm 129.

1 Oft did they vex me from my youth,
may Isr'el now declare;
2 Oft did they vex me from my youth,
yet not victorious were.

3 The plowers plowed upon my back;
they long their furrows drew.
4 The righteous Lord did cut the cords
of the ungodly crew.

5 Let Zion's haters all be turned
back with confusion.
6 As grass on houses' tops be they,
which fades ere it be grown:

7 Whereof enough to fill his hand
the mower cannot find;
Nor can the man his bosom fill,
whose work is sheaves to bind.

8 Neither say they who do go by,
God's blessing on you rest:
We in the name of God the Lord
do wish you to be blest.
 

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The Scottish Psalter of 1650 and Psalm 129
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A prayer of a sinner, trusting in the mercies of God. The sixth penitential Psalm.

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A prayer of a sinner, trusting in the mercies of God. The sixth penitential Psalm.

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