An arrangement by Peter Hallock of the hymn tune BRENTWOOD as found in Songs of Zion by Keith Landis for mixed (SATB) choir and organ
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.
—Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847)