Thou art my portion, Lord, Thy words I ever heedTune: CARLISLE (Lockhart)
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1 Thou art my portion, Lord;
Thy words I ever heed;
With all my heart Thy grace I seek,
Thy promises I plead.
2 I thought upon my ways,
Thy testimonies learned;
With earnest haste, and waiting not,
To Thy commands I turned.
3 While snares beset my path,
Thy law I keep in view;
At midnight I will give Thee praise
For all thy judgments true.
4 All those who fear Thy Name
Shall my companions be;
Thy mercy fills the earth, O Lord;
Thy statutes teach Thou me.
The Psalter: with responsive readings, 1912
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|Psalms for All Seasons: a complete Psalter for worship #119N||Thou Art My Portion, Lord||Thou art my portion, Lord||CARLISLE||Anonymous||188.8.131.52||Psalm 119:57-64||2012||Acrostic Psalms | ; Church Year | Transfiguration; Conflict | ; Daily Prayer | Midday Prayer; Daily Prayer | Morning Prayer; Delight | ; Discipleship | ; Elements of Worship | Baptism; Elements of Worship | Prayer for Illumination; Freedom | ; God | Light from; God | Obedience to; God as | Guide; God as | Lawgiver; God's | Sorrow; God's | Will; God's | Wisdom; God's | Word; God's | Face; God's | Judgments; God's | Justice; God's | law; God's | Love; God's | Promises; God's | Protection; Grace | ; Jesus Christ | Friend of Sinners; Jesus Christ | Teacher; Jesus Christ | Way, Truth, and Life; Joy | ; Judgment | ; Life Stages | Youth; Lord's Prayer | 2nd petition (your kingdom come); Love for God | ; Mercy | ; Occasional Services | Ordination and/or Installation; Remembering | ; Salvation | ; Seeking God | ; Suffering | ; Temptation And Trial | ; Ten Commandments | 9th Commandment (do not bear false witness); The Fall | ; Trust | ; Truth | ; Victory | ; Wisdom Psalms | ; Witness | ; Year A, Ordinary Time after|
|The Cyber Hymnal #6480||Thou Art My Portion, Lord||Thou art my portion, Lord||CARLISLE||SM||<cite>The Psalter</cite> (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 328|