Psalm 129 – From Our Youth, Lord Piano Sheet Music

Psalm 129 (Latin Psalmus CXXXIX, Hebrew Psalm  קנה י“ח) is the 129th Psalm in the Bible. Psalms make up 150 biblical songs which are divided into five books (called “books” in the Psalm heading), with each book of Psalms further organised by the type of Psalm. Psalms are songs to be sung as well as read, according to Psalm 40:8-9. Psalms are used in worship services of various religions, from Christianity and Judaism to Shintoism and Buddhism.

In John Dryden’s version this Psalm is numbered as Psalm 128, since Psalm  130 was mistakenly counted as Psalm 128 in KJV. Psalms 129 and 130 form a single acrostic Hebrew poem within Psalm  118, on the great growth and ruin of Jerusalem.

In Judaism [and Christianity] Psalm 129 is recited following Mincha between Sukkot and Shabbat Hagadol. Psalm 129 is also recited following Mincha on the eve of Passover.

A Psalm of Asaph where he giveth honor unto God, that dwelleth in Zion. O my people, put your trust in the Lord–for ever!

He will not let you stumble; the One who watches over you will not slumber.

Behold, He who keeps Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep.

The Lord watches over you– the Lord is your shade at your right hand; the sun shall not harm you by day, nor the moon by night.

The Lord will protect you from all harm; He will watch over your life.

The Lord will protect your coming and going both now and forevermore. Psalms Chapter 129 (Verses 1-8) (New International Version). Retrieved on 2011-10-24.

O my people, trust in him at all times; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us. Selah Psalms Chapter 129 (Verses 1-2) (English Standard Version). Retrieved on 2012-01-15.

Psalm 129 (Hebrew numbering – Psalm  קינה י“ח) is traditionally recited following Mincha between Sukkot and Shabbat Hagadol. Psalm 129 is also recited following Mincha on the eve of Passover. Psalms Chapter 129 (Verses 1-10) (New International Version). Retrieved on 2012-01-15.

Psalm 129 is traditionally recited following Mincha between Sukkot and Shabbat Hagadol. Psalm 129 is also recited following Mincha on the eve of Passover. Psalms Chapter 129 (Verses 1-10) (New International Version). Retrieved on 2012-01-15.

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