As pants the hart for cooling streams

1
As pants the hart for cooling streams
  When heated in the chase,
So longs my soul, O God, for Thee,
  And Thy refreshing grace.
2
Why restless, why cast down, my soul?
  Trust God, who will employ
His aid for thee, and change these sighs
  To thankful hymns of joy.
3
For Thee, my God, the living God,
  My thirsty soul doth pine;
Oh, when shall I behold Thy face,
  Thou Majesty Divine?
4
God of my strength, how long shall I,
  Like one forgotten, mourn,
Forlorn, forsaken, and exposed
  To my oppressor's scorn?
5
Why restless, why cast down, my soul?
  Hope still, and thou shalt sing
The praise of Him who is thy God,
  Thy health's eternal spring.
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Yuri

Hence, although Psalm 119 has much to say about the law, it does not speak about the law from the perspective of doctrine, but from the viewpoint of spiritual experience. This psalm was written by one who dealt with the law in the way of enjoyment. In this message and in the next, we shall look into Psalm 119 to consider how the Old Testament seekers of God enjoyed His law. Life study of Exodus Message 55.


Ann Tannert

Tucson, Arizona, United States

I have just learned about downloading the accompaniment. How excellent!


Ann Tannert

Tucson, Arizona, United States

I am interested in finding the full piano score for As Pants the Hart for Cooling Streams. The tune is attributed to Hugh Wilson, but I really like the version on hymnal.net.


Mary Evelyn

Port Of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago

What a spring of HOPE!


Billy Ousley

Los Angeles, CA, United States

Never ceases to give me chills.

Always a comfort.


Naa Asheley

Accra, Gtreater Accra, Ghana

Wonderful piece. Soul-soothing. God bless the author.


Gale Boocks

Oil City, PA, United States

Thank you for this service - I never would have guessed the tune was the same as that used for When I Behold the Wondrous Cross. God bless you in your ministry of sharing this beautiful music.