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Text Based On Psalms Chapter 125 (KJV)
As the mountains are round about Jerusalem,
so the LORD is round about his people from
henceforth even for ever.

(Public Domain)
Words: William Cowper: 1731-1800
Music: John B. Dykes: 1823-1876
Rivaulx (L.M.) v5/D


1 As birds their infant brood protect,
And spread their wings to shelter them,
Thus saith the Lord to His elect,
“So will I guard Jerusalem.”

2 And what then is Jerusalem,
This darling object of His cares?
Where is its worth in God’s esteem?
Who built it? Who inhabits there?

3 Jehovah founded it in blood,
The blood of His incarnate Son;
There dwell the saints, once foes to God
The sinners whom He calls His own.

4 There, though besieged on every side,
Yet much beloved and guarded well,
From age to age they have defied
The utmost force of earth and hell.

5 Let earth repent, and hell despair,
This city has a sure defense;
Her name is called, “The Lord is there,”
And who has power to drive Him hence?

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