Easy Play Psalm 133
2014 BOOK OF PRAISE OF THE CANADIAN REFORMED CHURCHES
1. How good it is when brothers are united,
with one another’s company delighted,
and live in pleasant harmony.
It’s like the precious oil on Aaron’s head
when down his beard and priestly robe it spread,
that he might God’s anointed be.
2. It’s like the dew of Hermon, so refreshing,
which to the hills of Zion is a blessing
when it in cooling drops descends.
For there, in Zion, in his dwelling place,
the LORD bestows amazing gifts of grace
and grants the life that never ends.
Used with Permission
© Copyright 2014 by the Standing Committee for the Publication of the Book of Praise of the Canadian Reformed Churches
Thank you for visiting Psalms101.ca
May these resources be helpful in discovering Christ at work in our daily lives, by singing and playing the words of the Psalms that He gave to His church of all ages & all places.
By using these ancient, simple & unique church melodies of the Reformation, we share in common with the many Reformed believers & martyrs that have gone on before and who have often sung these unique melodies to their very last breath.
Soli Deo Gloria
To purchase a copy of the The Book of Praise: Anglo-Genevan Psalter in its various versions which has extensively been used, please visit http://www.bookofpraise.ca