Easy Play Psalm 21

Geneva, 1551

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Psalm 21 Easy Play

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Psalm 21


1. LORD, in your strength the king exults.
Your power, great and glorious,
has made his reign victorious.
How he delights in such results!
Him you have richly blest
by granting his request.

2. No favour you from him withhold;
with blessings you surround him.
With glory you have crowned him –
yes, with a crown of purest gold.
He asked for life, and see:
you gave it endlessly.

3. Great is his glorious majesty
through triumphs that you granted.
To him you have presented
gifts that endure eternally.
Joy in your presence, LORD,
is his supreme reward.

4. The king trusts in the LORD alone,
who never will forsake him.
Nothing will ever shake him,
for God his love to him has shown.
He knows he can rely
on help from God Most High.

5. O king, your enemies are doomed.
Your hand will overpower them,
and fire will soon devour them,
for, by God’s blazing wrath consumed,
those who oppress the just
will turn to ash and dust.

6. Their offspring, too, you will destroy
and from among the nations
blot out their generations.
Whatever schemes they may employ,
whatever evil deed,
your foes will not succeed.

7. When you, O king, your arrows aim,
those who for war assemble
will flee in fear and stumble.
LORD, be exalted in the fame
of your victorious might.
We praise it day and night.

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