Psalm 30: Sing to God, That All May Hear You!

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The joyous leaps at the beginning of the song underline the exuberance of Michael Morgan’s version of Psalm 30. But each verse also contains a prayer; at this point, the harmonies turn to a minor key and a lower range, slowly rising from lament until they conclude with newfound joy.

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Text: Michael Morgan, Psalter for Christian Worship, 1999
Music by Greg Scheer
copyright 2007
CCLI#5003970

1. Sing to God, that all may hear you!
God, whose arms can lift and save;
By Thy healing touch, revive us,
Life restore beyond the grave.
Praise we now our sure salvation,
God, the holy One above,
End the night so dimmed by anguish,
With the sunrise of Thy love.
End the night so dimmed by anguish,
With the sunrise of your love.

2. God, whose wrath we more than merit;
God, whose grace we cannot earn;
When the pride of human nature
From Thy way tempts us to turn;
Then we cry to Thee for mercy,
“Can the tomb repeat Thy Praise?”
Through Thy goodness, yet redeem us,
Make us faithful all our days.
Through Thy goodness, yet redeem us,
Make us faithful all our days.

3. Change our sorrow to rejoicing,
Clothe with gladness all despair;
Cause unsteady feet that stumble
Now to dance beneath Thy care.
Dry the tears we shed in mourning,
Give us steadfast hope always;
Fill our hearts with expectation,
And our songs with thanks and praise.
Fill our hearts with expectation,
And our songs with thanks and praise.

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