Words: The Psal­ter, 1912.

Music: Ol­mutz, ar­ranged from a Gre­gor­i­an chant by , 1824.

Not haughty is my heart,
Not lofty is my pride;
I do not seek to know the things
God’s wisdom hath denied.

With childlike trust, O Lord,
In Thee I calmly rest,
Contented as a little child
Upon its mother’s breast.

Ye people of the Lord,
In Him alone confide;
From this time forth and evermore
His wisdom be your guide.