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When God First Brought Us Back (Psalm 126)

Author: Carl P. Daw Jr Hymnal: Lift Up Your Hearts #55 (2013) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: Lift Up Your Hearts First Line: When God first brought us back from exile Lyrics: 1 When God first brought us back from exile, we were as dazed as those who dream. Then were our mouths brimming with laughter; joy from our lips gushed like a stream. The godless cried in envious wonder, “Look what the Lord has done for them!” Indeed our God has greatly blessed us; rejoice and sing, Jerusalem! 2 Once more, O Lord, restore your people; come with your saving help again, as to the brook beds in the desert you bring the sweet, reviving rain. Let those who sow with tears and sighing sing as they reap and joy proclaim: may those who weep when seed is scattered gather their sheaves and praise your name. Topics: Covenant Faithfulness; God's Salvation Scripture: Psalm 126 Languages: English Tune Title: WAYFARING STRANGER

I Am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger

Hymnal: Praise for the Lord (Expanded Edition) #252 (1997) Hymnal Title: Praise for the Lord (Expanded Edition) Topics: Christians Conflict & Trial; Heaven Reward & Crown Scripture: 1 Peter 2:11 Languages: English Tune Title: [I am a poor wayfaring stranger]
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When God First Brought Us Back

Author: Carl P. Daw Jr., b. 1944 Hymnal: Psalms for All Seasons #126A (2012) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: Psalms for All Seasons First Line: When God first brought us back from exile Lyrics: 1 When God first brought us back from exile, we were as dazed as those who dream. Then were our mouths brimming with laughter; joy from our lips gushed like a stream. The godless cried in envious wonder, “Look what the Lord has done for them!” Indeed our God has greatly blessed us; rejoice and sing, Jerusalem! 2 Once more, O Lord, restore your people; come with your saving help again, as to the brook beds in the desert you bring the sweet, reviving rain. Let those who sow with tears and sighing sing as they reap and joy proclaim: may those who weep when seed is scattered gather their sheaves and praise your name. Topics: Biblical Names and Places Negeb; Biblical Names and Places Zion; Church Year Advent; Church Year Lent; Daily Prayer Midday Prayer; Disciples / Calling; Freedom; God's Wonders; God's People (flock, sheep); Jesus Christ Mind of; Joy; Lament Community; Lament General; Patience; Rejoicing; Return from Exile; Salvation; Sorrow; Temptation And Trial; Victory; Year B, Advent, 3rd Sunday; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, October 23-29; Year B, Thanksgiving Day, Canada, 2nd Monday in October; Year B, Thanksgiving Day, USA, 4th Thursday in November Scripture: Psalm 126 Languages: English Tune Title: WAYFARING STRANGER

The Wayfaring Pilgrim

Author: R. E. W. Hymnal: Radiant Joy #35 (1944) Hymnal Title: Radiant Joy First Line: I am a poor wayfaring pilgrim Refrain First Line: I'm just going over Jordan Languages: English Tune Title: [I am a poor wayfaring pilgrim]

The Wayfaring Pilgrim

Author: R. E. W. Hymnal: Revival Message #19 (1947) Hymnal Title: Revival Message First Line: I am a poor wayfaring pilgrim Refrain First Line: I'm just going over Jordan Languages: English Tune Title: [I am a poor wayfaring pilgrim]
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When God First Brought Us Back (Cuando el Señor desde el destierro)

Author: Carl P. Daw, Jr., b. 1944; Carlos Colón, b. 1966; María Eugenia Cornou, b. 1969; Dianne Zandstra, b. 1952 Hymnal: Santo, Santo, Santo #32 (2019) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: Santo, Santo, Santo First Line: When God first brought us back from exile (Cuando el Señor desde el destierro) Lyrics: 1 When God first brought us back from exile, We were as dazed as those who dream. Then were our mouths brimming with laughter; Joy from our lips gushed like a stream. The godless cried in envious wonder, “Look what the Lord has done for them!” Indeed our God has greatly blessed us; Rejoice and sing, Jerusalem! 2 Once more, O Lord, restore your people; Come with your saving help again, As to the brook-beds in the desert You bring the sweet, reviving rain. Let those who sow with tears and sighing Sing as they reap and joy proclaim; May those who weep when seed is scattered Gather their sheaves and praise your name. --- 1 Cuando el Señor desde el destierro, como un sueño nos trajo a Sión, de nuestros labios brotaron cantos, y en nuestra boca risa abundó. Y las naciones exclamaron: "Ved comó Dios les hizo bien". Y así es: él nos bendijo. ¡Canta con gozo, Jerusalén! 2 Ven, otra vez, Señor, restaura; envía hoy tu salvación. Cual manantial en tierra seca, tu lluvia, Dios, derrama hoy. Que los que siegan con llanto amargo con gozo digan al cantar: "Los que con lágrimas sembraron con regocijo han de segar". Topics: Covenant; Pacto; Estado de Libertad; Freedom; Exile; Exilio; Renewal (Restoration); Renovación (Resaturación); Salvación; Salvation Scripture: Ezra 1 Languages: English; Spanish Tune Title: WAYFARING STRANGER
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Psalm 126: When God First Brought Us Back from Exile

Author: Carl P. Daw, Jr., b. 1944 Hymnal: Sing! A New Creation #210 (2002) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: Sing! A New Creation First Line: When God first brought us back from exile Lyrics: 1 When God first brought us back from exile, we were as dazed as those who dream. Then were our mouths brimming with laughter; joy from our lips gushed like a stream. The godless cried in envious wonder, “Look what the Lord has done for them!” Indeed our God has greatly blessed us; rejoice and sing, Jerusalem! 2 Once more, O Lord, restore your people; come with your saving help again, as to the brook-beds in the desert you bring the sweet, reviving rain. Let those who sow with tears and sighing sing as they reap and joy proclaim: may those who weep when seed is scattered gather their sheaves and praise your name. Topics: Intercessory Prayers Scripture: Psalm 126 Languages: English Tune Title: WAYFARING STRANGER
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Wayfaring Stranger

Hymnal: The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal #608 (1999) Meter: Irregular with refrain Hymnal Title: The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal First Line: I'm just a poor wayfaring stranger Refrain First Line: I'm going there to see my Mother Lyrics: 1 I’m just a poor wayfaring stranger while journeying through this Land of woe But there's no sickness toil or danger In that bright world to which I go. Chorus: I’m going there to see my Mother/Father, she said she'd/he said he'd meet me when I would come. I’m just a-going over Jordan I’m just a-going over home. 2 I know dark clouds will gather o’er me, I know my way lies rough and steep But Beauteous Fields lie out before me Where God's redeemed their vigils keep. [Chorus] Topics: Spirituals Languages: English Tune Title: I'M GOING THERE
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The Wayfaring Stranger

Hymnal: The Broadman Hymnal #74 (1940) Hymnal Title: The Broadman Hymnal First Line: I am a poor wayfaring stranger Topics: Heaven; Solos Languages: English Tune Title: [I am a poor wayfaring stranger]

When Life for Us Is Full of Comfort

Author: Joy F. Patterson, 1931- Hymnal: The Covenant Hymnal #717 (1996) Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: The Covenant Hymnal Topics: 7th Sunday after Epiphany; Justice and Peace; Laments; Obedience; Praying for Others; Reconciliation; Stewardship and Giving; Suffering Scripture: Isaiah 58:6-7 Tune Title: WAYFARING STRANGER

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