Psalm 130: Out of the Deep Have I Called Unto Thee, O Lord – The Choir of Westminster Abbey

This is an old Church of England chant on Psalm 130:1-7, which was modified over time, but was originally inspired by Henry Purcell’s “Out of the Deep Have I Called Unto Thee, O Lord” in De Profundis (1680). Buy this and many other recorded psalms here; perfect for prayer and contemplation.

1. Out of the deep have I called unto thee, O Lord:
Lord, hear my voice.

2. O let Thine ears consider well:
the voice of my complaint.

3. If thou, Lord, wilt be extreme to mark what is done amiss:
O Lord, who may abide it?

4. For there is mercy with Thee:
therefore shalt Thou be feared.

5. I look for the Lord; my soul doth wait for Him:
in His Word is my trust.

6. My soul fleeth unto the Lord before the morning watch:
I say, before the morning watch.

7. O Israel, trust in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy:
and with Him is plenteous redemption.

8. And He shall redeem Israel:
from all his sins.

9. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son:
And to the Holy Ghost
.

10. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be:
World without end. Amen.

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About John Boruff

John Boruff is the founder of WesleyGospel.com, a husband, father, and sometimes an open air preacher. He graduated from UNC Pembroke in 2008 with a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion and views himself as a Baptistic Pentecostal. As a Christian, he feels connected with all members of the body of Christ, but can identify the most with churches like the Assemblies of God and the Vineyard. In 2015, he released "The Gospel of Jesus Christ," which is meant to be a Bible study for open air preaching. For his other writings, search articles on this site or see the E-Books section.
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