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The Fathers Built This City

Author: William G. Tarrant Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #1450 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. The fathers built this city In ages long ago, And busy in the busy streets, They hurried to and fro; The children played around them, And sang the songs of yore, Till one by one they fell asleep, To work and play no more. 2. Yet still the city standeth, A hive of toiling men, And mother’s love makes happy home For children now as then; O God of ages, help us, Such citizens to be, That children’s children here may sing The songs of liberty. 3. Let all the people praise Thee, Give all Thy saving health, Or vain the laborer’s strong right arm And vain the merchant’s wealth; Send out Thy light to banish The shadows of the shame, Till all the civic virtues shine Around our city’s name. 4. A commonweal of brothers, United, great and small, Upon our banner blazoned be The charter, Each for all! Nor let us cease from battle, Nor weary sheathe the sword, Until this city is become The city of the Lord. Languages: English Tune Title: CIVITAS DEI

I Trust the Lord for Safety

Author: Christopher M. Idle Hymnal: Scripture Song Database #1680 (2008) Meter: D First Line: [I Trust the Lord for Safety] Scripture: Psalm 11 Languages: English

I Heard a Sound of Voices

Author: Godfrey Thring Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #2814 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. I heard a sound of voices, Around the great white throne, With harpers harping on their harps To Him that sat thereon: Salvation, glory, honor! I heard the song arise, As through the courts of Heaven it rolled In wondrous harmonies. 2. From every clime and kindred, And nations from afar, As serried ranks returning home In triumph from a war, I heard the saints upraising, The myriad hosts among, In praise of Him who died and lives, Their one glad triumph song. 3. I saw the holy city, The New Jerusalem, Come down from Heav’n, a bride adorned With jeweled diadem; The flood of crystal waters Flowed down the golden street; And nations brought their honors there, And laid them at her feet. 4. And there no sun was needed, Nor moon to shine by night, God’s glory did enlighten all, The Lamb Himself the Light; And there His servants serve Him, And, life’s long battle o’er, Enthroned with Him, their Savior King, They reign forevermore. 5. O great and glorious vision, The Lamb upon His throne! O wondrous sight for man to see! The Savior with His own; To drink the living waters And stand upon the shore, Where neither sorrow, sin nor death Shall enter ever more. 6. O Lamb of God who reignest, Thou bright and morning Star! Whose glory lightens that new earth Which now we see from far; O worthy Judge eternal, When Thou dost bid us come, Then open wide the gates of pearl And call Thy servants home. Languages: English Tune Title: PATMOS (Storer)

My Life Is Thine, Lord Jesus

Author: J. Woodfall Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4428 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. My life is Thine, Lord Jesus, Bought with Thy blood divine, And giv’n to Thee with gladness, No longer mine, but Thine. My heart is Thine, my Savior, Not part, but all Thine own; Oh, it is sweet to know that there Thou hast Thy royal throne! 2. My body I have yielded, A sacrifice to be, Oh, keep me pure and holy, Lord! A temple meet for Thee. My members, too, are Thine, Lord; To Thee I all resign; Then use them for Thy glory now, And live Thy life through mine. 3. My house is Thine, Lord Jesus, And all that I possess; Use it for whatsoe’er Thou wilt, Thou comest but to bless. The gold that came from Thee, Lord, To Thee belongeth still; Oh, may I always faithfully My stewardship fulfill! 4. Yea, everything is Thine, Lord, Let this my portion be— That I have nothing of my own, And yet have all in Thee. And make my life, Lord Jesus, Brightly for Thee to shine: That word and deed, that look and tone, May witness I am Thine. Languages: English Tune Title: DETROIT

No Form of Human Framing

Author: Henry H. van Dyke, 1852-1933 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4575 Meter: D First Line: No form of human framing, no bond of outward might Lyrics: 1. No form of human framing, no bond of outward might, Can bind Thy Church together, Lord, and all her flocks unite; But, Jesus, Thou hast told us how unity must be: Thou art with God the Father one, and we are one in Thee. 2. The mind that is in Jesus will guide us into truth, The humble, open, joyful mind of ever-learning youth; The heart that is in Jesus will lead us out of strife, The giving and forgiving heart that follows love in life. 3. Wherever men adore Thee, our souls with them would kneel; Wherever men implore Thy help, their trouble we would feel; And where men do Thy service, though knowing not Thy sign, Our hand is with them in good work, for they are also Thine. 4. Forgive us, Lord, the folly that quarrels with Thy friends, And draw us near to Thy heart, where every discord ends; Thou art the crown of manhood, and Thou of God the Son; O Master of our many lives, in Thee our life is one. Languages: English Tune Title: ALFORD

O'er Continent and Ocean

Author: John H. Holmes Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4783 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. O’er continent and ocean, From city, field, and wood, Still speak, O Lord, Thy messengers Of peace and brotherhood. In Athens and Benares, In Rome and Galilee, They fronted kings and conquerors, And taught mankind of Thee. 2. We hear, O Lord, these voices, And hail them as Thine own, They speak as speak the winds and tides On planets far and lone. One God, the life of ages, One rule, His will above, One realm our wide humanity, One law, the law of love. 3. The tribes and nations falter In rivalries of fear; The fires of hate to ashes turn, To dust the sword and spear. Thy Word alone remaineth; That word we speak again; O’er sea and shore and continent, To all the sons of men. Languages: English Tune Title: PATMOS (Storer)

O Word of God

Author: Louis A. Waterman Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #5520 Meter: D First Line: O Word of God, how marvelous Refrain First Line: O Word of God, how wondrously Lyrics: 1. O Word of God, how marvelous Thy wisdom and thy power! How manifold thy mightiness To meet our need each hour! Refrain O Word of God, how wondrously Does thy sweet voice resound; What gracious loving kindnesses In every tone abound! 2. With sound of thy sweet promises Our longing hearts beat time; Thy messages waft melody, Like bells at evening chime! [Refrain] 3. Thy warnings sound, how solemnly, Alarms deep toned and dark; Like fog bells on the rocky coast That guide the storm tossed bark! [Refrain] 4. Thy piloting how sure, how safe, Until, all breakers passed, We triumph o’er each hurricane, And anchor, home at last! [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: SOFIA

Rise at the Cry of Battle

Author: Ada R. Greenaway Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #5810 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. Rise at the cry of battle, Arm for the coming strife, By night and day you must fight your way Till you pass through death to life. Ready to face the danger, Ready to right the wrong, There is many a foe on the way you go, Quit you like men, be strong! 2. Fiery and fierce the conflict, Daring and swift the foe; His hosts are found on the battle ground, Where they wait to lay you low; Sharp are his darts and deadly, Keen is the strife and long, Then arm for the fight in the armor of light, Quit you like men, be strong! 3. Strive till the strife is over, Fight till the fight is won, Though sore oppressed, seek not for rest, Until the day is done; After the well fought battle Join in the victor’s song, Your trophies bring to Christ your King, Quit you like men, be strong! Languages: English Tune Title: BATTLE CRY

Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand

Author: Henry Alford Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6549 Meter: D Lyrics: 1. Ten thousand times ten thousand in sparkling raiment bright, The armies of the ransomed saints throng up the steeps of light; ’Tis finished, all is finished, their fight with death and sin; Fling open wide the golden gates, and let the victors in. 2. What rush of alleluias fills all the earth and sky! What ringing of a thousand harps bespeaks the triumph nigh! O day, for which creation and all its tribes were made; O joy, for all its former woes a thousandfold repaid! 3. O then what raptured greetings on Canaan’s happy shore; What knitting severed friendships up, where partings are no more! Then eyes with joy shall sparkle, that brimmed with tears of late; Orphans no longer fatherless, nor widows desolate. 4. Bring near Thy great salvation, Thou Lamb for sinners slain; Fill up the roll of Thine elect, then take Thy power, and reign; Appear, Desire of nations, Thine exiles long for home; Show in the heaven Thy promised sign; Thou Prince and Savior, come. Languages: English Tune Title: ALFORD

The Beautiful Bright Sunshine

Hymnal: Small Church Music #7450 Meter: D Tune Title: SUNSHINE


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