845. To the Hills I Lift My Eyes (Psalm 121)

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Text Information
First Line: To the hills I lift my eyes
Title: To the Hills I Lift My Eyes (Psalm 121)
Original Language: Korean
Author: Song-suk Im (1990)
Translator (English): Emily R. Brink (2011)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: 7.4.8.3
Scripture: Psalm 121; Deuteronomy 28:6
Topic: Encouragement; Trusting in the Promises of God
Language: English; Korean
Copyright: Korean text and English trans. © 1990, 2011 Christian Conference of Asia (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)
Tune Information
Name: NA-UI DO-UM
Composer: Song Lee (1990)
Meter: 7.4.8.3
Key: D Major
Copyright: © 1990, 2011 Christian Conference of Asia (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)


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This paraphrase of Psalm 121:1–2 speaks to a recurring human condition, represented here by the song of a
 pilgrim gazing up at the hills around Jerusalem. When we find ourselves surrounded by overwhelming
 problems, where do we turn for help? The Korean tune name means “my help.”


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