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Psalm XXXI

Appears in 44 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 First Line: Lord, in thy great, thy glorious name Lyrics: I. Lord, in thy great, thy glorious name, I place my hope, my only trust; Save me from sorrow, guilt and shame, Thou ever-gracious, ever-just. II. Attentive bow thy pitying ear, Let mercy fly to my relief, Be thou my refuge, ever near, A sure defence from all my grief. III. Thou art my rock, thy name alone The fortress where my hopes retreat; O make thy pow'r and mercy known, To safety guide my trembling feet. IV. Preserve me from the fatal snare Of secret foes, who plot my fall; And make my life thy tender care, My God, my strength, my hope, my all. V. To thy kind hand, O gracious Lord, My soul I chearfully resign; My Saviour God, I trust thy word, For truth, immortal truth is thine. VI. I hate their works, I hate their ways, Who follow vanity and lies; But to the Lord my hopes I raise, And trust his pow'r who built the skies. VII. In thee, my God, I will rejoice, While mercy makes my soul her care; For thou hast heard my mournful voice, In all my sorrows God was near. VIII. Thou hast not left my life to groan, Where chains and tyrant foes oppress; Enlarg'd by thee, my feet have known The sweets of liberty and peace. XI. Thy wonted mercy, Lord, renew, See how my inward troubles rise; My melting soul with pity view, And these dejected weeping eyes. X. My life is spent in grief and tears, In sighs my hours roll slow away, My strength decays, while sins and fears Sink all my frame in deep decay. XI. While black reproaches blot my fame, And neighbors join with cruel foes, My friends who now forget the name, With horror fly, and shun my woes: XII. 'Till from their memory I slide, And sink in dark oblivion's shade, A broken vessel thrown aside, And mix unheeded with the dead. XIII. I heard the cruel slander rise, While foes and fears beset me round; I heard the murd'rous bands devise To crush me helpless to the ground. XIV. But I have trusted in thy name, O Lord, my hope, my fix'd abode; And still avow'd my humble claim, (O sweet support!) thou art my God. XV. My life, my all, is in thy hand; Let thy almighty pow'r controul The rage of this remorseless band, And save my persecuted soul. XVI. O let thy favour, bliss divine! Thy smile with heav'nly radiance break, And round thy fainting servant shine; O save me for thy mercy's sake. XVII. Leave not my hope to sink in shame, God of my pray'r, in whom I trust; Let wicked men, who hate thy name, Lose all their glory in the dust. XVIII. Deep in the grave be lying tongues In everlasting silence laid, Whose proud disdain, and sland'rous wrongs, The injur'd innocent invade. XIX. What endless bliss, o bounteous Lord, (Immensely great, divinely free!) Hast thou reserv'd for their reward, Who fear thy name, and trust in thee? XX. Thy gracious hand shall near thee hide These happy fav'rites of thy care; Safe at thy feet they shall abide, Nor pride, nor slander reach them there. XXI. Blest be the Lord, forever blest, Whose mercy bids my fears remove; The sacred walls which guard my rest, Are his almighty pow'r and love. XXII. I rashly said, I sink, I die, Cut off, abandon'd to despair; Yet thou, my God, hast heard my cry, And gracious answer'd all my pray'r. XXIII. Ye saints, to whom his mercy flows, O love, for ever love the Lord; While on the proud his hand bestows, A dreadful, and a just reward. XXIV. Ye humble souls, who seek his face, Let sacred courage fill your heart; Hope in the Lord, and trust his grace, And he shall heav'nly strength impart.

Lead Me, Guide Me

Author: Doris M. Akers Meter: Irregular Appears in 42 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 First Line: I am weak and I need your strength Topics: Trust and Guidance; Christ--Guidance; God--Guidance; Journey Used With Tune: LEAD ME

Alone Thou Goest Forth, O Lord

Author: Peter Abelard (1079-1142); F. Bland Tucker (1895-1984) Meter: Appears in 24 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 Topics: Holy Week (Good Friday) Used With Tune: BANGOR
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¡Oh, cuán dulce es fiar en Cristo!

Author: Vicente Mendoza (1875-1955); Louisa M. R. Stead (1871-1917) Appears in 23 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:14 First Line: ¡Oh, cuán dulce es fiar en Cristo Refrain First Line: ¡Cristo!, ¡Cristo!, ¡cuánto te amo! Topics: La Vida Christian Confianza y seguridad; The Christian Life Trust and safety Used With Tune: [Oh, cuán dulce es fiar en Cristo]

Come then, all you nations,sing of your Lord's goodness

Author: Ernest Sands, 1949- Meter: with refrain Appears in 20 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 First Line: Sing of the Lord’s goodness, Father of all wisdom Topics: Commitment; Consummation in Christ; Courage; Courage; Creation; Discipleship; Eternal Life; Evening; Faithfulness of God; Glory of God; Glory of God; Hope; Light; Music; Our Sacrifice; Providence; Response to Word; Worship Earthly and Heavenly; Worship Gathering Used With Tune: THE LORD'S GOODNESS

Greet Now the Swiftly Changing Year

Author: Jaroslav Vajda Meter: Appears in 19 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:15 Used With Tune: CHILDHOOD Text Sources: Slovak hymn, 1636
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Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein reines Herze

Appears in 18 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 Lyrics: 1 Schaffe in mir Gott, ein reines Herze, und gieb mir einen neuen gewissen Geist, und gieb mir einen neuen gewissen Geist, verwirf mich nicht, verwirf mich nicht vor Deinem Angesicht, von Deinem Angesicht, und nimm Deinen heiligen Geist nicht von mir. 2 Tröste mich wieder mit Deiner Hülfe, und der freudige Geist enthalte mich, und der freudige Geist enthalte mich. nasche mich wohl, wasche mich wohl, von meiner Missethat, von meiner Missethat, und reinige mich von meiner Sünde. Topics: Gesänge zum heiligen Abendmahl; Songs for the Holy Supper

How Long, O Lord

Author: Barbara Woollett, 1937- Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:16 First Line: How long, O Lord, will you forget Lyrics: 1 How long, O Lord, will you forget an answer to my prayer? No tokens of your love I see, your face is turned away from me; I wrestle with despair! 2 How long, O Lord, will you forsake and leave me in this way? When will you come to my relief? My heart is overwhelmed with grief, by evil night and day. 3 How long, O Lord--but you forgive, with mercy from above. I find that all your ways are just, I learn to praise you and to trust in your unfailing love. Used With Tune: [How long, O Lord, will you forget]
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Behold the Rose of Sharon here

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:7-13 Lyrics: Behold the Rose of Sharon here, The Lily which the valleys bear; Behold the Tree of Life, that gives Refreshing fruit and healing leaves. Amongst the thorns so lilies shine; Amongst wild gourds the noble vine; So in mine eyes my Savior proves, Amidst a thousand meaner loves. Beneath his cooling shade I sat, To shield me from the burning heat; Of heav'ly fruit he spreads a feast, To feed mine eyes and please my taste. [Kindly he brought me to the place Where stands the banquet of his grace; He saw me faint, and o'er my head The banner of his love he spread. With living bread and gen'rous wine, He cheers this sinking heart of mine; And op'ning his own heart to me, He shows his thoughts how kind they be.] O never let my Lord depart; Lie down, and rest upon my heart; I charge my sins not once to move, Nor stir, nor wake, nor grieve my Love. Topics: Doubts and fears suppressed; Fears and doubts suppressed; Health sickness, and recovery; Death deliverance from it; Deliverance from death; Deliverance from slander; Reproach removed; Slander, deliverance from it
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A Hymn of Trust

Author: Miss H. O. Knowlton Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:15 First Line: I cannot tell if short or long Lyrics: 1 I cannot tell if short or long My earthly journey be; But, all the way, I know thy rod And staff will comfort me. 2 Though fierce temptations lie in wait, What need have I to care? Thou wilt not suffer them to hurt Beyond my strength to bear. 3 What storms may beat, what burdens fall, My soul would not avoid; Who follows thee, O Lord, may be Cast down, but not destroyed. 4 Though over steep and rugged ways My weary feet be brought, Still following where thy footprints lead, I take no anxious thought. 5 Oh, perfect peace! oh, endless rest! No care, no vain alarms; Beneath my every cross I find The Everlasting Arms. Topics: Afflictions; Christians Afflictions; Comfort; Communion of Saints At Lord's Table Used With Tune: TRUST


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