An arrangement by Peter Hallock of the hymn tune BRENTWOOD as found in Songs of Zion by Keith Landis for SATB mixed voices and organ, suitable for any season.
Whom should we love like thee,
Our God, our Guide, our King,
The tow’r to which we flee,
the rock to which we cling?
O for a thousand tongues to show
The mercies which to thee we owe.
The storm upon us fell,
The floods around us rose;
The depths of death and hell
Seemed on our souls to close;
To God we cried in strong despair,
He heard, and came to help our prayer.
He came, the King of kings,
He bowed the darkened sky;
And on the tempest’s wings
Walked down serene from on high;
The earth beneath his footsteps shook,
The mountains quaked at his rebuke.
Above the storm he stood,
And awed it to repose;
He drew us from the flood,
And scattered all our foes;
He sets us in a spacious place,
And there upholds us by his grace.