Easy Play Psalm 9

Geneva, 1542/1551

Easy Play
Chord Sheet

Psalm 9 Easy Psalms



Play & Sing Along


Psalm 9


1. O LORD, my thankful voice I raise;
with all my heart I sing your praise
and of your wonders tell the story.
O God Most High, in you I glory.

2. See how my enemies retreat;
they stumble, perish in defeat.
LORD, for my cause have you contended
and from your throne my right defended.

3. The nations’ pride have you made void;
my wicked foes have you destroyed,
their name wiped out, their memory banished.
Their cities, rooted out, have vanished.

4. Forever reigns the LORD alone;
for judgment he set up his throne.
The world he judges in uprightness;
his truth and equity delight us.

5. God is a stronghold firm and sure
for all who grief and woe endure.
Those seeking him are not forsaken;
those trusting him will not be shaken.

6. Praise God, enthroned on Zion’s mount.
To all the world his deeds recount.
He who avenges blood is near us,
and when we cry, our God will hear us.

7. Have pity, LORD, my suffering see,
you who from death’s gate rescue me,
that I, O God, your praises voicing,
in Zion’s gates may find rejoicing.

8. My foes fell in the pit they made,
their feet caught in the snares they laid.
By their own guile their power is broken;
the LORD is just, and he has spoken.

9. The wicked to Sheol return –
all those who the Almighty spurn.
As for the poor and the afflicted,
they will not always be neglected.

10. LORD, let not human strength prevail.
Summon the nations, judge them all.
Strike them with terror, let them tremble.
Show them they’re mortal, make them humble.

Show All Verses

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

Please Note: Psalms101.ca has no financial interest  or affiliation  in sales and only provides this purchase information for your convenience.