"The Lord My Shepherd Is" by Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Text From: THE LUTHERAN HYMNAL (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1941) 1. The Lord my Shepherd is, I shall be well supplied. Since He is mine and I am His, What can I want beside? 2. He leads me to the place Where heav'nly pasture grows, Where living waters gently pass And full salvation flows. 3. If e'er I go astray, He doth my soul reclaim And guides me in His own right way For His most holy name. 4. While He affords His aid, I cannot yield to fear; Though I should walk through death's dark shade, My Shepherd's with me there. 5. Amid surrounding foes Thou dost my table spread; My cup with blessing overflows, And joy exults my head. 6. The bounties of Thy love Shall crown my following days, Nor from Thy house will I remove Nor cease to speak Thy praise.This text was converted to ascii format for Project Wittenberg by Marilyn F. Gardner and is in the public domain. You may freely distribute, copy or print this text. Please direct any comments or suggestions to: Rev. Robert E. Smith of the Walther Library at Concordia Theological Seminary. E-mail: email@example.com
Notes: Hymn #426 from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Psalm 23 Author: Isaac Watts, 1719 Composer: John S. Bach, 1750, ad. Tune: "Potsdam" 1st Published in: _Church Psalter_, 1854
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