Psalter 382

Verse 1
Lord, Thou hast searched me, and dost know
Wher'e'er I rest, wher'e'er I go;
Thou knowest all that I have planned,
And all my ways are in Thy hand.

Verse 2
My words from Thee I cannot hide,
I feel Thy pow'r on ev'ry side;
O wondrous knowledge, awful might,
Unfathomed depth, unmeasured height!

Verse 3
Where can I go apart from Thee,
Or whither from Thy presence flee?
In heav'n? it is Thy dwelling fair;
In death's above? lo, Thou art there.

Verse 4
If I the wings of morning take,
And far away my dwelling make,
The hand that leadeth me is Thine,
And my support Thy pow'r divine.

Verse 5
If deepest darkness cover me,
The darkness hideth not from Thee;
To Thee both night and day are bright,
The darkness shineth as the light.

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