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May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You

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  1. MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS AND KEEP YOU. Words and Music by May you long re - call the rain - bows, then you'll gain. ' kit.
  2. Aug 07,  · May The Good Lord Bless and Keep You Swasti. Loading Unsubscribe from Swasti? Shout to The Lord & Agnus Dei (Darlene Zschech - Revealing Jesus) - Duration:
  3. Numbers King James Version (KJV). 24 The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: 25 The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: 26 The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.
  4. Feb 11,  · G C May the good Lord bless and keep you D7 G Whether near or far away E7 Am D7 G May you find that long awaited golden day today C May your troubles all be small ones Am D7 G And your fortune ten times ten E7 Am May the good Lord bless and keep you D7 G Till we meet again C G May you walk with sunlight shining C G And a bluebird in every tree.
  5. May your troubles all be small ones, And your fortune ten times ten, May the good lord bless and keep you, 'Til we meet again May you walk with the sunlight shining, An' a blue bird in every tree. May there be silver lining, Back of every cloud you see Fill your dreams with sweet tomorrows, Never mind what might have been.
  6. Mar 11,  · G G/B C May the good Lord bless and keep you D7 G Whether near or far away E7 Am D7 G May you find that long awaited golden day today G/B C May your troubles all be small ones Am D7 G And your.
  7. Oct 03,  · “May the Lord bless and keep you; may He make His Face shine upon you and be merciful to you; may He turn His Countenance toward you and give you His Peace!” (Num. ) Amen! *(St. Francis’s “Praises of God” are now now quite faded, but, this much can be still read: “Thou art holy, Lord God, who alone workest wonders. Thou art.
  8. [D G A C Em Dm B Am F Bm Eb Gm Bb Db Bbm] Chords for May The Lord Bless You And Keep You with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  9. The words of “The LORD Bless You and Keep You’ come entirely from Numbers (RSV), well known as the priestly blessing and the Aaronic benediction. Martin Bucer and John Calvin introduced the Aaronic blessing to Reformed worship after the example set by Martin Luther's Formula Missae ("Formula of the Mass," ).

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