Title: Psalm 116 O Thou, My Soul, Return in Peace
Composer: alt. Stanzas 3-6, The Psalter, 1912; alt.Hugh Wilson, c. 1800 Adapt. And Harm. Robert Smith, 1825
Author: Stanzas 1-2, Murrayfield Psalms, 1950;
Scripture: Psalm 116
1. O thou, my soul, return in peace To thine untroubled rest, For thee the bounty of the Lord Abundantly hath blest. 2. God did indeed redeem my soul That else in death had slept; God hath mine eyes from tears set free, My feet from stumbling kept. 3. What shall I render to the Lord, What shall my offering be, For all the gracious benefits God hath bestowed on me? 4. Salvation's cup my soul shall take While to the Lord I pray, And with God's people I will meet, My thankful vows to pay. 5. Not lightly dost Thou, Lord, permit Thy chosen saints to die; From death Thou hast delivered me; Thy servant, Lord, am I. 6. Within God's house, the house of prayer, My soul shall bless the Lord, And praises to God's holy name Let all the saints accord.