Who?

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Lord of Mercy, who can dwell?
Who can live behind the veil?
Who is blameless? Who is right?
Who dares enter Clouds of Light?

Who is able? Who shall stand?
Who completes all Your commands?
Who is faultless? Who is good?
Who is cleansed by bulls and blood?

Lord of Mercy, who will pay?
I have no lamb and I’m afraid,
Am I helpless? Who will come?
Who will lead me safely on?

Who will ransom? Who will plead?
Who will enter in for me?
Who is spotless? Who is pure?
Who can walk there and endure?

Lord of Mercy, who can dwell?
Who can live behind the veil?

Behind the lines

O LORD, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill?

He who walks blamelessly and does what is right and speaks truth in his heart;  who does not slander with his tongue and does no evil to his neighbor, nor takes up a reproach against his friend;  in whose eyes a vile person is despised, but who honors those who fear the LORD; who swears to his own hurt and does not change; who does not put out his money at interest and does not take a bribe against the innocent.

He who does these things shall never be moved. (Psalm 15 ESV)

Recount

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Recounting Psalm 9-10 in light of the cross

Rejoice, Glad Hearts, long for Eden,
Come walk with Him in the shade,
And worship the Perfect Adam,
Who threw the fruit far away,
Remember and recount,
Remember and recount,
Tell of His wonderful deeds.

No beginning, yet He was born,
He humbled Himself as Babe,
And breathed like the man He first formed,
A Second Adam to save,
Remember and recount,
Remember and recount,
Tell of His wonderful deeds.

Recount His works, His words, His life,
He was tempted, yet did not sin,
He lived to die and end the strife,
Then He rose to reign again,
Remember and recount,
Remember and recount,
Tell of His wonderful deeds.

Now He sits enthroned forever,
And knows our ev’ry struggle,
Jesus is our Mediator,
Who brings safety from trouble,
Remember and recount,
Remember and recount,
Tell of His wonderful deeds.

Rejoice, Glad Hearts, long for Eden,
Come walk with Him in the shade,
And worship the Perfect Adam,
Who threw the fruit far away.

Behind the lines

Psalm 9 and Psalm 10. Most likely Psalm 9 and 10 were one Psalm because together they form a single acrostic (notes from The Reformation Study Bible).

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