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Venite

(vēnī`tē) [Lat.,=come], Psalm 95, so called from its opening, "O come, let us sing unto the Lord." It is the opening psalm of the Roman Catholic matins and of the Anglican morning prayer.

venite

[′vē‚nīt]
(petrology)
Migmatite having mobile portions which were formed by exudation from the rock itself.
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1996), a setting of Psalm 95 (Vulgate), exemplifies the various symmetries generated in Part's early tintinnabuli technique.
But such hardness is an abomination in the eyes of God, he asserted, pointing next to Psalm 95 in which God warns, "Do not harden your hearts.
Psalm 95 - in which the psalmist cries out, "Oh, that today you would hearken to God's voice
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Sunday's church service was taken by Paul Nocton, who read from Psalms, particularly from Psalm 95 - 'Come let us sing for joy to the Lord'.
He read Psalm 95 'Come, let us sing joy to the Lord.
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Psalm 95,6 Do we lose faith, then stop going to church; or do we stop going to church - then lose faith?
Sunday morning worship at the Methodist Church was led by Clr Andrew Marchington of Golcar, who readed verses from Psalm 95.