All Ye That Fear The Lord : Recording
His Grace I Proclaim
- Tune: Quito composed by Charles Lockhart (1745-1815). Public domain. This tune is very similar to Lockhart’s more famous tune: Carlisle.
- Performance ℗ 2023 Richard Irwin Music®. All rights reserved. ISRC UKTU23900606.
- Meter: 66 86.
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All Ye That Fear The Lord : Lyrics
1. All ye that fear the Lord,
And love his holy name,
With kindness hear my broken speech,
While I his grace proclaim.
2. A sinner all forlorn,
A rebel I have been;
By nature and by practice vile,
A wretched slave to sin.
3. Till late I felt no fear,
No consciousness of blame;
But since the truth my heart has reached,
I’m filled with grief and shame.
4. The Saviour now I love,
His sacred name adore;
And since his glories I have seen,
I fain would love him more.
5. But words are faint and few,
His wonders to unfold;
And should I now the tale attempt,
His love could ne’er be told.
6.Whate’er my follies past,
How weak soe’er I am,
My trust alone I humbly place
In my Redeemer’s name.
7. His people are my choice,
His cause is dear to me:
Here would I leave my solemn vows,
And his for ever be.
- Lyricist: Benjamin Beddome (1717-1795)
- Meter: 66 86.
those who fear the lord scriptures, those who fear the lord lack no good thing, they that fear the lord, psalms 34:9 meaning, there is no lack in god