Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Psalm 137-By the Waters of Babylon

By the waters, the waters of Babylon
We sat down and wept,
and wept, for thee, Zion
We remember, we remember,
we remember thee, Zion

We were at the end of our rope—
tired, bereaved, despairing.
And they wanted us to sing!
How could we?
How can we sing God’s song in a strange land?
But we will never forget.
We will hold fiercely to our good memories of love.
And we will prevail!

See a traditional translation of this Psalm at:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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