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Psalm 6 – Gently, Gently

A new melody for Psalm 6 This rendition of Psalm 6 begins: "Gently, gently lay your rod, on my sinful heart O God. Stay your wrath, in mercy, stay. Or I sink before it's sway." Nathan Clark George, of Franklin,...

Psalm 6, How Long, O Lord

A musical adaptation of Psalm 6, by Karl Kohlhase. "A prayer for consolation in times of grief, sorrow and depression."  The song begins: "Reprove me not in your anger, LORD, nor chastise me in your rage. Have mercy, LORD,...

Psalm 6 – Heal Me

A new recording of Psalm 6 by the The Psalms Project Band, featuring the voice of Deryck Box. The song begins: "Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger, or chasten me in your wrath. Be merciful to me, for I am weak..." Matthew...

Psalm 1 – How Blessed Is the Man

A live back alley recording of Psalm 1 - How Blessed Is the Man - sung by Jody Killingsworth of My Soul Among Lions, a group "dedicated to restoring the Book of Psalms to its place in Christian worship."  The group released...

Psalm 5 – Example Video

An example video from My Soul Among Lions, a group from Bloomington, IN - dedicated to recording, promoting and singing the Psalms.

Psalm 5 – Give Ear to My Words (Song w/Lyrics)

The lyrics of the song follow the text of Psalm 5:1-3 (KJV) verbatim, with a melody written by Bill Sprouse, Jr and recorded by the Maranatha Singers. "Give ear to my words O Lord Consider my meditation Harken unto the voice...

Psalm 5 – Give Ear to My Words, Oh Lord

This rendition (music video) of Psalm 5 is wrongly attributed to Chuck Girard (in the YouTube title), and was written by Bill Sprouse, Jr. (Let us know if we have not correctly attributed this song.) The lyrics of the song...

Psalm 4 – Featuring Melissa Breems

A very melodic and thoughtful rendition of Psalm 4, featuring the voice of Melissa Breems. The Psalms Project is a community of musicians carrying out out a vision of setting all 150 Psalms to music and including the...

Psalm 1 (A Cappella)

Psalm 1, to the tune Arlington. A great example of "a capella" Psalm singing by some young ladies, calling themselves TheReformedWomen. As a child, I grew up singing Psalms and hymns from the old Psalter Hymnal used in the...