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Psalm 119 | Digital Album

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This collection of the 22 sections of Psalm 119 from the metrical psalter is made available to benefit the Psalm 119 Memorization Project.

John Calvin said of Psalm 119, “. . .the doctrine exhibited in this psalm should be carefully studied by all the children of God, and treasured up in their hearts, to render them the more conversant with it.” To that end, the Children’s Psalm Memorization Project was initially instituted as a modest scholarship fund to reward the youth of Greenville Presbyterian Church, FCC (Greenville, SC) for memorizing the whole of Psalm 119 — KJV or metrical.

Name Your Price: These recordings were produced as a help for the youth who participated in the project and are now offered freely to the public through Grange Press. Though this collection is a Name Your Price product, any proceeds generated will go directly toward expanding the reach and vision of the Psalm 119 memorization project.

Suggested Price: $10.00

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4 reviews for Psalm 119 | Digital Album

  1. Rosie Abdo

    So beautiful!! Well done, saints!! The words are sung very clearly, so it’s easy to know what’s being sung even if for those of us who don’t know the particular Psalm setting. Thank you!!

  2. Jeff Low (verified owner)

    Thank you for this amazing resource. We have been working through this psalm in our family worship through these tunes and with the sermons by Thomas Manton. The beautifully produced recordings also aid memorization. especially for our children. Highly recommended.

  3. Sophie Carney

    This is an excellent resource for families. We love getting to sing praises to the Lord with our dear sister. The constant reminders from the Spirit as to why we are memorizing it, found within the words of the psalm itself, are an instant encouragement to continue in the good work. Praise the Lord for his goodness and reminders. We highly recommended .

  4. Michael Bushell (verified owner)

    This is water to thirsty souls. There are many of us here in the states who love the metrical Psalms, and especially the 1650 version, but who for various reasons are stuck in churches where the Psalms are not sung except infrequently and poorly. I would dearly love to see the Grange Singers record more Psalms for people like us. It would be a mercy and a ministry!

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