Just Judge of heaven, against my foes, Do Thou assert my injured right (Tate and Brady)Published in 4 hymnals
1 Just Judge of Heav'n, against my Foes
Do Thou Assert my injur'd Right:
O! set me free, my God, from those
That in Deceit and Wrong delight.
2 Since Thou art still my only Stay,
Why leav'st Thou me in deep Distress?
Why go I mourning all the Day,
Whilst me insulting Foes oppress?
3 Let me with Light and Truth be blest;
Be these my Guides, and lead the Way,
Till on thy Holy Hill I rest,
And in thy sacred Temple pray.
4 Then will I there fresh Altars raise
To God, who is my only Joy;
And well-tun'd Harps, with Songs of Praise,
Shall all my grateful Hours employ.
5 Why then cast down, my Soul? and why
So much oppress'd with anxious Care?
On God, thy God, for Aid rely;
Who will thy ruin'd State repair.
Source: A New Version of the Psalms of David: fitted to the Tunes used in Churches #XLIII
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|A New Version of the Psalms of David: fitted to the Tunes used in Churches #XLIII||Just Judge of Heav'n, against my Foes||Just Judge of Heav'n, against my Foes||Psalm 43||1760|
|A New Version of the Psalms of David: Fitted to the Tunes Used in Churches #85||Just Judge of Heav'n, against my Foes||Just Judge of Heav'n, against my Foes||Psalm 43||1754|
|The Psalms of David: with hymns and spiritual songs: also, the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Church in the Netherlands #43||Just Judge of heav'n, against my foes||Just Judge of heav'n, against my foes||1789|
|The Whole Book of Psalms: in metre; with hymns suited to the feasts and fasts of the church, and other occasions of public worship #XLIII||Just Judge of heav'n, against my foes||Just Judge of heav'n, against my foes||Psalm 43||1793|