Responsorial Psalm - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Yr. C

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Full details

This psalm was originally composed as a scripture memory song. So if you're wondering why this has an instrumental tag at the end of the response, it's because it used to include the scripture reference in the lyric. It was something like "Psa-lm 95, ve-erse 8." It's sort of odd, because the psalm is listed in the Lectionary as coming from Psalm 90, which the verses do; but the refrain is actually from Psalm 95. I have no idea why. I looked it up online and this line is actually used by Saint Paul in Hebrews 3:15 and 4:7 as well.

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God bless you.


Score ID
62049
Year of composition
2007
Lyricist
Psalm 90
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Voice + keyboard
Genre
Other
Licensing

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