"Through All the Changing Scenes of Life"
                         by Nicholas Brady, 1659-1726
                           and Nahum Tate, 1652-1715
                                  Text From:
                              THE LUTHERAN HYMNAL
                 (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1941)

        1. Through all the changing scenes of life,
        In trouble and in joy,
        The praises of my God shall still
        My heart and tongue employ.

        2. Of His deliverance I will boast
        Till all that are distrest
        From my example comfort take
        And charm their griefs to rest.

        3. Oh, magnify the Lord with me,
        With me exalt His name!
        When in distress to Him I cried,
        He to my rescue came.

        4. The hosts of God encamp around
        The dwellings of the just;
        Deliverance He affords to all
        Who on His succor trust.

        5. Oh, make but trial of His love!
        Experience will decide
        How blest are they, and only they,
        Who is His truth confide.

        6. Fear Him, ye saints, and you will then
        Have nothing else to fear;
        Make you His service your delight,
        He'll make your wants His care.

Notes: Hymn #29 from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Ps. 34 Authors: Nicholas Brady and Nahum Tate, 1696, alt. Tune: "Ich singe dir" 1st Published in: _Harmonischer Liederschatz_ Town: Frankfurt, 1738
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