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Bay Psalm Book: Psalm 46

To the chief Musician, for the sons of Korah, A Song upon Alamoth.

1 GOD is our refuge, strength, and help

in troubles very near.

2 Therefore we will not be afraid,

though th’ earth removed were,

though mountains move to midst of seas.

3 Though waters roaring make

and troubled be, at whose swellings

although the mountains shake. Selah.

4 There is a river, streams whereof

shall rejoice God’s city,

the holy place the tent wherein

abideth the most high.

5 God is within the midst of her;

moved she shall not be:

God shall be unto her an help,

in the morning early.

6 The nations made tumultuous noise,

the kingdoms moved were:

he did give forth his thundering voice,

the earth did melt with fear.

7 The God of armies is with us;

th’ eternal Jehovah

the God of Jacob is for us

a refuge high. Selah.

8 O come ye forth behold the works

which Jehovah hath wrought,

the fearful desolations

which on the earth he brought.

9 Unto the utmost ends of th’ earth

wars into peace he turns;

the spear he cuts, the bow he breaks;

in fire the chariots burns.

10 Be still, and know that I am God:

exalted be will I

among the heathen, through the earth

I’ll be exalted high.

11 The God of armies is with us,

th’ eternal Jehovah;

the God of Jacob is for us

a refuge high. Selah.