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/Test Databases/Esther/Others/Highland Cathedral.txt

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 1Thou art before me, Lord
 2.i Ian Pitt-Watson
 4Thou art before me, Lord, Thou art behind,
 5And Thou above me hast spread out Thy hand;
 6Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
 7Too high to grasp, too great to understand.
 9(v2 - ladies)
10Then whither from Thy Spirit shall I go,
11And whither from Thy presence shall I flee?
12If I ascend to heaven Thou art there,
13And in the lowest depths I meet with Thee.
15(v3 - all)
16If I should take my flight into the dawn,
17If I should dwell on ocean's farthest shore,
18Thy mighty hand would rest upon me still,
19And Thy right hand would guard me evermore.
21(v4 - men)
22If I should say 'Darkness will cover me,
23And I shall hide within the veil of night',
24Surely the darkness is not dark to Thee,
25The night is as the day, the darkness light.
27(v5 - all)
28Search me, O God, search me and know my heart,
29Try me, O God, my mind and spirit try;
30Keep me from any path that gives Thee pain,
31And lead me in the everlasting way.