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O Lord My God! How Great Art Thou!

Author: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Hymnal: CYBER #5113 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Person Name: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 First Line: O Lord my God! how great art Thou Lyrics: 1. O Lord my God! how great art Thou! With honor and with glory crowned; Light’s dazzling splendors veil Thy brow, And gird the universe around. 2. Spirits and angels Thou hast made; Thy ministers a flaming fire; By Thee were earth’s foundations laid; At Thy rebuke the floods retire. 3. Thine are the fountains of the deep; By Thee their waters swell or fail; Up to the mountain’s summit creep, Or shrink beneath the lowly vale. 4. Thy fingers mark their utmost found; That bound the waters may not pass; Their moisture swells the teeming ground, And paints the valleys o’er with grass. 5. The waving harvest, Lord, is Thine; The vineyard, and the olive’s juice; Corn, wine, and oil, by Thee combine, Life, gladness, beauty, produce. 6. The moon for seasons Thou hast made, The sun for change of day and night; Of darkness Thine the deepest shade, And Thine the day’s meridian light. 7. O Lord, Thy works are all divine; In wisdom hast Thou made them all; Earth’s teeming multitudes are Thine; Thine—peopled oceans great and small. 8. All these on Thee for life depend; Thy Spirit speaks, and they are born; They gather what Thy bounties send; Thy hand of plenty fills the horn. 9. Thy face is hidden—they turn pale, With terror quake, with anguish burn; Their breath Thou givest to the gale; They die, and to their dust return. 10. And Thou, my soul, with pure delight, Thy voice to bless thy Maker raise; His praise let morning sing to night, And night to morn repeat His praise. Languages: English Tune Title: HAMBURG
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O Lord, Thy All Discerning Eyes

Author: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Hymnal: CYBER #5151 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Person Name: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Lyrics: 1. O Lord, Thy all discerning eyes My inmost purpose see; My deeds, my words, my thoughts, arise Alike disclosed to Thee: My sitting down, my rising up, Broad noon, and deepest night, My path, my pillow, and my cup, Are open to Thy sight. 2. Before, behind, I meet Thine eye, And feel Thy heavy hand: Such knowledge is for me too high, To reach or understand: What of Thy wonders can I know? What of Thy purpose see? Where from Thy Spirit shall I go? Where from Thy presence flee? 3. If I ascend to Heaven on high, Or make my bed in hell; Or take the morning’s wings, and fly O’er ocean’s bounds to dwell; Or seek, from Thee, a hiding place Amid the gloom of night— Alike to Thee are time and space, The darkness and the light. Languages: English Tune Title: JESUS IS GOD
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O That the Race of Men Would Raise

Author: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Hymnal: CYBER #5414 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Person Name: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Lyrics: 1. O that the race of men would raise Their voices to their heav’nly King, And with the sacrifice of praise The glories of Jehovah sing! Ye navigators of the sea, Your course on ocean’s tides who keep, And there Jehovah’s wonders see, His wonders in the briny deep! 2. He speaks; conflicting whirlwinds fly; The waves in swelling torrents flow; They mount, aspire to Heaven on high; They sink, as if to hell below: Their souls with terror melt away; They stagger as if drunk with wine Their skill is vain, to Thee they pray; O, save them, Energy divine! 3. He stays the storm; the waves subside; Their hearts with rapture are inspired; Soft breezes waft them o’er the tide, In gladness, to their port desired: O that mankind the song would raise, Jehovah’s goodness to proclaim! Assembled nations shout His praise, Assembled elders bless His name! Languages: English Tune Title: DUANE STREET
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Send Forth, O God, Thy Light and Truth

Author: John Q. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #5996 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Person Name: John Q. Adams Lyrics: 1. Send forth, O God, Thy light and truth, And let them lead me still, Undaunted, in the paths of right, Up to Thy holy hill. Then to Thy altar will I spring, And in my God rejoice; And praise shall tune the trembling string, And gratitude my voice. 2. O why, my soul, art thou cast down? Within me why distressed? Thy hopes the God of grace shall crown; He yet shall make thee blessed. To Him, my never failing Friend, I bow, and kiss the rod; To Him shall thanks and praise ascend, My Savior and my God. Languages: English Tune Title: HOLDEN
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Why Should I Fear in Evil Days?

Author: John Quincy Adams, 1767-1848 Hymnal: CYBER #7674 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Person Name: John Quincy Adams, 1767-1848 First Line: Why should I fear in evil days Lyrics: 1. Why should I fear in evil days, With snares encompassed all around? What trust can transient treasures raise For them in riches who abound? His brother who from death can save? What wealth can ransom him from God? What mine of gold defraud the grave? What hoards but vanish at His nod? 2. To live forever is their dream; Their houses by their name they call; While, borne by time’s relentless stream, Around them wise and foolish fall; Their riches others must divide; They plant, but others reap the fruit; In honor man cannot abide, To death devoted, like the brute. 3. This is their folly, this their way; And yet in this their sons delight; Like sheep, of death the destined prey, The future scorn of the upright; The grave their beauty shall consume, Their dwellings never see them more; But God shall raise me from the tomb, And life for endless time restore. 4. What though thy foe in wealth increase, And fame and glory crown his head? Fear not, for all at death shall cease, Nor fame, nor glory, crown the dead: While prospering all around thee smiled, Yet to the grave shalt thou descend; The senseless pride of fortune’s child Shall share the brute creation’s end. Languages: English Tune Title: PAXTANG
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Hymn For the Twenty-Second Of December

Author: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 Hymnal: CYBER #12411 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Person Name: John Q. Adams, 1767-1848 First Line: When o’er the billow-heaving deep Lyrics: 1 When o’er the billow-heaving deep, The fathers of our race, The precepts of their God to keep, Sought here their resting-place— That gracious God their path prepared, Preserved from every harm, And still for their protection bared His everlasting arm. 2 His breath, inspiring every gale, Impels them o’er the main; His guardian angels spread the sail, And tempests howl in vain. For them old ocean’s rocks are smoothed; December’s face grows mild; To vernal airs her blasts are soothed, And all their rage beguiled. 3 When Famine rolls her haggard eyes, His ever-bounteous hand Abundance from the sea supplies, And treasures from the sand. Nor yet His tender mercies cease; His overruling plan Inclines to gentleness and peace The heart of savage man. 4 And can our stony bosoms be To all these wonders blind? Nor swell with thankfulness to Thee, O Parent of mankind? All-gracious God, inflame our zeal; Dispense one blessing more; Grant us Thy boundless love to feel, Thy goodness to adore. Languages: English Tune Title: KINGSFOLD
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The Angels' Call

Author: John S. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #12793 Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Person Name: John S. Adams First Line: I hear the angels calling Refrain First Line: No more I wait, but earnest Lyrics: 1 I hear the angels calling, They’re calling me away; I must be up and labor, Must work while it is day. Refrain: No more I wait, but earnest, Begin at early morn; For angels now are calling, And I shall soon be gone. 2 There are pains that I can soften, And burdens I may share; And hopes with which to brighten The shadows of despair. [Refrain] 3 Then, when the day is closing, The weary shall have rest, The mourners cease to languish; Peace reigns in every breast. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: MUĞLA
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Come In

Author: Margaret Adams Hymnal: CYBER #16057 Person Name: Margaret Adams First Line: O Savior, Thou art pa­tient still Refrain First Line: Come in, come in Lyrics: 1 O Savior, Thou art pa­tient still, Tho’ I have grieved Thee sore, Have slight­ed Thee, be­trayed and Denied Thee o’er and o’er; Yet in Thy mer­cy wide and deep Thou hast not turned away, For lo! I find Thee wait­ing Outside my door to­day. Refrain: Come in, come in, Too long have I de­nied; For O I need, I need Thee, Whom once I cru­ci­fied. 2 I see Thee yon­der on the cross, And hear Thy pray­er for me— O love, O grace am­az­ing! Dear Lord, how can it be? It was my sins that nailed Thee there, And Thou didst take my place To die for my trans­gress­ions, And for the hu­man race. [Refrain] 3 I yield at last, O bless­èd One, The door stands op­en wide! Behold, and hear me plead­ing With Thee to come in­side. Thy name shall be my sweet­est song, My joy, my pride, my boast; Come in, come, Ab­ba Fa­ther, Come, Son and Ho­ly Ghost. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [O Savior, Thou art pa­tient still]
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Sing Hallelujah

Author: Mark Adams Hymnal: CYBER #10584 Person Name: Mark Adams First Line: I wandered once in woe and shame Refrain First Line: Sing hallelujah, I am saved! Lyrics: 1 I wandered once in woe and shame, My life was lost in sin’s fierce flame; Now I believe in Jesus’ name; My soul is saved, sing hallelujah! Refrain: Sing hallelujah, I am saved! Sing hallelujah, I am saved! From sin and shame, thro’ Jesus’ name, My soul is saved, sing hallelujah! 2 I wandered far, but found no peace, From sin’s alarms no glad release; But Jesus bade my struggles cease, And I am saved, sing hallelujah! [Refrain] 3 I once was weak and passion’s slave, And Satan’s onset dared not brave; But Christ has power the weak to save, And I am saved, sing hallelujah! [Refrain] 4 A son of God, a child of light, With hope and joy my life is bright; Despair and gloom have taken flight, For I am saved, sing hallelujah! [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [I wandered once in woe and shame]
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Savior, Lead Me

Author: Mary A. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #10067 Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7.8.7.8.7 Person Name: Mary A. Adams First Line: Gently lead me, O my Savior Refrain First Line: May I trust Thee fully, wholy Lyrics: 1 Gently lead me, O my Savior, Thro’ the wilderness of life; Grant that all the light and shadows, All the joy and all the strife, Each may bring me closer to Thee; Nearer to Thy loving side; May I trust Thee fully, wholly, Saying, Lord, with Thee abide. Refrain: May I trust Thee fully, wholly, Lead me to my heav’nly home. 2 O the depth of mortal anguish! O the sorrow and the woe! Nothing but a gloomy future Yawns before me as I go; On the lonely, weary journey Of my life from day to day; Yet, dear Lord, Thou’lt not forsake me; Wilt Thou, Savior, lead the way? [Refrain] 4 Help and strengthen me, dear Savior, For I cannot go alone; All the weary, gloomy distance Is entirely unknown; Not a ray of light to brighten Up the lonely, dreary way, And sometimes my faith grows dimmer, Till I feel I cannot pray. [Refrain] 5 Tho’ the sea of life is stormy, Thou controlest by Thy will; Thou canst whisper words of comfort; Thou canst now say, "Peace, be still;" All the roaring, angry billows, Every overwhelming tide, Thou canst check my dear, dear Savior: I will walk close by Thy side. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: AHOLIAB

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