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How Lovely, Lord, How Lovely

Author: Arlo Duba Hymnal: The Faith We Sing #2042 (2001) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Faith We Sing Lyrics: 1 How lovely, Lord, how lovely is your abiding place; my soul is longing, fainting, to feast upon your grace. The sparrow finds a shelter, a place to build her nest; and so your temple calls us with in its walls to rest. 2 In your blest courts to worship, O God, a single day is better than a thousand if I from you should stray. I’d rather keep the entrance and claim you as my Lord than revel in the riches the ways of sin afford. 3 A sun and shield forever are you, O God most high; you shower us with blessings no good will you deny. The saints, your grace receiving, from strength to strength shall go, and from their life shall rivers of blessings overflow. Topics: The Glory of the Triune God Praise and Thanksgiving Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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How Lovely, Lord

Author: Arlo D. Duba Hymnal: The Presbyterian Hymnal #207 (1990) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Presbyterian Hymnal Lyrics: 1 How lovely, Lord, how lovely Is Your abiding place; My soul is longing, fainting, To feast upon Your grace. The sparrow finds a shelter, A place to build her nest; And so Your temple calls us Within its walls to rest. 2 In Your blest courts to worship, O God, a single day Is better than a thousand If I from You should stray. I'd rather keep the entrance And claim You as my Lord Than revel in the riches The ways of sin afford. 3 A sun and shield forever Are You, O Lord Most High; You shower us with blessings; No good will You deny. The saints, Your grace receiving, From strength to strength shall go, And from their life shall rivers Of blessing overflow. Topics: Worship Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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Song of Zechariah

Author: Michael A. Perry Hymnal: The Presbyterian Hymnal #602 (1990) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Presbyterian Hymnal First Line: Blest be the God of Israel Lyrics: 1 Blest by the God of Israel, Who comes to set us free; Who visits and redeems us, Who grants us liberty. The prophets spoke of mercy, Of freedom and release; God shall fulfull that promise And bring the people peace. 2 God from the house of David A child of grace has given; A Savior comes among us To raise us up to heaven. Before Him goes the herald, Forerunner in the way, The prophet of salvation, The harbinger of day. 3 On those who sit in darkness The sun begins to rise, The dawning of forgiveness Upon the sinner's eyes. God guides the feet of pilgrims Along the paths of peace. O bless our God and Savior With songs that never cease! Scripture: Luke 1:68-79 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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Blessed Be the God of Israel

Author: Michael Perry Hymnal: The United Methodist Hymnal #209 (1989) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The United Methodist Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Blessed be the God of Israel, who comes to set us free, who visits and redeems us, and grants us liberty. The prophets spoke of mercy, of freedom and release; God shall fulfill the promise to bring our people peace. 2 Now from the house of David a child of grace is given; a Savior comes among us to raise us up to heaven. Before him goes the herald, forerunner in the way, the prophet of salvation, the harbinger of day. 3 On prisoners of darkness the sun begins to rise, the dawning of forgiveness upon the sinner's eyes, to guide the feet of pilgrims along the paths of peace; O bless our God and Savior with songs that never cease! Topics: Canticles, Metrical Paraphrase of; The Glory of the Triune God Providence; Christ's Gracious Life Promised Coming; Canticles, Metrical Paraphrase of; Christian Year Advent; Forgiveness; Freedom and Liberation; Jesus Christ Scripture: Luke 1:68-79 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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How Lovely, Lord, How Lovely

Author: Arlo D. Duba Hymnal: The Worshiping Church #333 (1990) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Worshiping Church Lyrics: 1 How lovely, Lord, how lovely is your abiding place, my soul is longing, fainting, to feast upon your grace. The sparrow finds a shelter, a place to build her nest; and so your temple calls us within its walls to rest. 2 In your blest courts to worship, O God, a single day is better than a thousand if I from you should stray. I'd rather keep the entrance and claim you as my Lord than revel in the riches The ways of sin afford. 3 A sun and shield forever are you, O Lord Most High; you shower us with blessings; no good will you deny. The saints, your grace receiving, from strength to strength shall go, and from their life shall rivers of blessing overflow. Topics: Church Worship; God Goodness; God Providence; God Redeemer; Physical Hunger; Opening Hymns; Psalms Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE

O bless the God of Israel

Author: Michael Arnold Perry, 1942-96 Hymnal: Together in Song #284 (1999) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: Together in Song Topics: Advent; Epiphany; Israel; Jesus Christ Coming today; Jesus Christ Incarnation; Liberation; Mercy of God; New Year; Pilgrimage; Prophetic Witness; Redemption; Saints Days and Holy Days St John the Baptist Scripture: Luke 1:68-79 Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE

Blest Be the God of Israel

Hymnal: Upper Room Worshipbook Music and Liturgies for Spiritual Formation #12 (2008) Hymnal Title: Upper Room Worshipbook Music and Liturgies for Spiritual Formation Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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How Lovely, God

Author: Arlo D. Duba Hymnal: Voices United #801 (1996) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: Voices United First Line: How lovely, God, how lovely Lyrics: 1 How lovely, God, how lovely is your abiding place, my soul is longing, fainting, to feast upon your grace. The sparrow finds a shelter, a place to build her nest; and so your temple calls us within its walls to rest. 2 In your blest courts to worship, O God, a single day is better than a thousand if I from you should stray. I'd rather keep the entrance and claim you as my Lord than revel in the riches the ways of sin afford. 3 A sun and shield forever are you, O God Most High; you shower us with blessings; no good will you deny. The saints, your grace receiving, from strength to strength shall go, and from their life shall rivers of blessing overflow. Scripture: Psalm 84 Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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Song of Zechariah (Blest Be the God of Israel)

Author: Michael A. Perry Hymnal: Voices United #901 (1996) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: Voices United First Line: Blest be the God of Israel Lyrics: 1 Blest be the God of Israel, who comes to set us free, who visits and redeems us and grants us liberty. The prophets spoke of mercy, of freedom and release; God shall fulfill the promise to bring the people peace. 2 Now from the house of David a child of grace is given; a Saviour comes among us to raise us up to heaven. Before him goes the herald, forerunner in the way, the prophet of salvation, the harbinger of Day. 3 On prisoners of darkness the sun begins to rise, the dawning of forgiveness upon the sinner's eyes, to guide the feet of pilgrims along the paths of peace; O bless our God and Saviour with songs that never cease! Topics: liturgical Scripture Songs; Reign of Christ Year C Scripture: Luke 1:68-79 Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE
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When Jesus Came to Jordan

Author: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000 Hymnal: Worship (4th ed.) #456 (2011) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: Worship (4th ed.) Lyrics: 1 When Jesus came to Jordan To be baptized by John, He did not come for pardon, But as the Sinless One. He came to share repentance With all who mourn their sins, To speak the vital sentence With which good news begins. 2 He came to share temptation, Our utmost woe and loss, For us and our salvation To die upon the cross. So when the Dove descended On him, the Son of Man, The hidden years had ended, The age of grace began. 3 Come, Holy Spirit, aid us To keep the vows we make; This very day invade us, And ev'ry bondage break. Come, give our lives direction, The gift we covet most: To share the resurrection That leads to Pentecost. Topics: Baptism of the Lord Languages: English Tune Title: MERLE'S TUNE

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