Thursday Tunes

1650 Scottish PsalterI’ve posted before about my love for singing the Psalms, so I’ll not continue to flog a dead horse on that subject. My wife and I most often use either The Book of Psalms for Singing or The Book of Psalms for Worship, published by the RPCNA (Crown and Covenant Publications).

But occasionally, we dig out my copy of the Scottish Psalter of 1650 (The Psalms of David in English Meter), which was the Psalter used by the Covenanters and our Reformed forebearers. It’s simplicity and majesty of language are hard to beat.

So for today’s edition of Thursday Tunes, here’s Psalm 102:13-18 from the Reformed Presbyterian International Psalm Sing in 2013.

I hope y’all enjoy!

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