Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and He shall hear my voice.@Psalm 55:17
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Luther O. Emerson (1820-1915)

From The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 149.

Ascription Luther O. Emerson, 1866 (🔊 pdf nwc).

On God alone my soul relies,
And He will soon relieve;
The Lord will hear my plaintive cries
At morning, noon, and eve.

He has redeemed my soul in peace,
From conflict set me free;
My many foes are made to cease,
And strive no more with me.

The living God in righteousness
Will recompense with shame
The men, who hardened by success,
Forget to fear His name.

All treacherous friends who overreach
And break their plighted troth,
Who hide their hate with honeyed speech
With such the Lord is wroth.

Upon the Lord thy burden cast
To Him bring all thy care;
He will sustain and hold thee fast,
And give thee strength to bear.

God will not let His saints be moved;
Protected, they will shall see
Their foes cut off and sin reproved;
O God, I trust in Thee.