A portion of Psalm 36 is the appointed Psalm for the day in the Revised Common Lectionary. It's always appropriate to sing a paraphrase of the day's psalm, so we have here another one from The Psalter (1912), a collection we have seen before which was published in cooperation with a number of Presbyterian bodies in the United States.
Thy mercy and thy truth, O God,
Transcend the lofty sky;
Thy judgments are a mighty deep,
And as the mountains high.
Lord, thou preservest all on earth;
Since thou art ever kind;
Beneath the shadow of thy wings
We may a refuge find.
With the abundance of thy house
We shall be satisfied,
From rivers of unfailing joy
Our thirst shall be supplied.
The fountain of eternal life
Is found alone with thee,
And in the brightness of thy light
We clearly light shall see.
From those that know thee may thy love
And mercy ne’er depart,
And may thy justice still protect
And bless the upright heart.
The Psalter, 1912; alt.
Tune: ST. STEPHEN (C.M.)
William Jones, 1789
Six Years Ago: Glory to thee O Christ (available on Facebook at "Conjubilant W. Song")