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How lovely is your dwelling-place

Hymnal: Common Praise #465 (2000) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Lyrics: 1 How lovely is your dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me; my thirsting soul longs eagerly within your courts to be. 2 Beside your altars, Lord of all, the swallows find a nest; happy are those who dwell with you and praise you without rest; 3 And happy those whose hearts are set upon the pilgrim ways: you are the water when they thirst, their guide towards your face. 4 How blest are they that in your house for ever give you praise: one day with you is better spent than thousands in dark ways. 5 The Lord will hold back no good thing from those who justly live; to all who trust, the Lord of hosts will all his blessings give. Topics: Proper 13 Year A Scripture: Psalm 27:4 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON
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Lo! what a glorious sight appears

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymnbook #R67a (2004) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Lyrics: 1 Lo! what a glorious sight appears to our admiring eyes! The former seas have pass'd away, the former earth and skies. 2 From heav’n the New Jerus’lem comes, all worthy of its Lord; See all things now at last renew'd, and paradise restor'd! 3 Attending angels shout for joy, and the bright armies sing; Mortals! behold the sacred seat of your descending King! 4 The God of glory down to men removes his bless’d abode; he dwells with men, his people they, and he his people’s God. 5 His gracious hand shall wipe the tears from ev’ry weeping eye: and pains and groans, and griefs and fears, and death itself, shall die. 6 Behold, I change all human things! saith he, whose words are true; lo! what was old is pass'd away, and all things are made new! 7 I am the First, and I the Last, through endless years the same; I AM, is my memorial still, and my eternal name. Scripture: Revelation 21:1-9 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)
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How lovely is thy dwelling-place

Hymnal: The Church Hymnary (3rd Ed.) #4 (1973) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace How pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently, Yea faints, thy courts to see: My very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out An house wherein to rest; The swallow also for herself Hath purchased a nest; 4 Even thine own altars, where she safe Her young ones forth may bring, O thou almighty Lord of hosts, Who art my God and King. 5 Blest are they in thy house that dwell, They ever give thee praise. Blest is the man whose strength thou art, In whose heart are thy ways. 6 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom we adore, Be glory, as it was, and is, And shall be evermore. Amen. Topics: Approach to God The House of God Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)

How lovely is Thy dwelling-place

Hymnal: The Book of Praise #32 (1972) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: God Abiding Presence of; The Church of Christ Love for Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON

When all your mercies, O my God

Author: Joseph Addison 1672-1719 Hymnal: The Australian Hymn Book with Catholic Supplement #39 (1977) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Tune Title: HARINGTON
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Psalm 84

Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #52 (2005) Meter: 8.6.8.6 First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace, how pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently, yea faints, thy courts to see: my very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out an house wherein to rest; the swallow also for herself hath found her place to nest; 4 Even thine own altars, where she safe her young ones forth may bring, O thou almighty Lord of hosts, who art my God and King. 5 Blest are they in thy house that dwell, they ever give thee praise. And blest are they whose strength thou art, in whose heart are thy ways. Topics: Church Worship; Longing; Praise Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)
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Psalm 84

Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #52 (2008) Meter: 8.6.8.6 First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace how pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently, yea faints, thy courts to see: my very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out an house wherein to rest; the swallow also for herself hath found her place to nest; 4 Even thine own altars, where she safe her young ones forth may bring, O thou almighty Lord of hosts, who art my God and King. 5 Blest are they in thy house that dwell, they ever give thee praise. And blest are they whose strength thou art, in whose heart are thy ways. Topics: Church Worship; Longing; Praise Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)
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How lovely is thy dwelling place

Hymnal: The Book of Praise #52 (1997) First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace, how pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently; it faints thy courts to see: my very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out a house wherein to rest; the swallow also for her young hath found herself a nest, 4 thine altars, where she might bring forth her young is safe abode, O thou Almighty Lord of hosts, my Sovereign and my God. 5 How blest are they in thy house forever give thee praise. Blest are all those strength thou art, in whose heart are thy ways. Topics: God King; Grace; Longing for God and Christ; Metrical Psalms; Sanctuary; Thirst Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON
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How lovely is thy dwelling-place

Hymnal: The Presbyterian Book of Praise #P57a (1897) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON

How lovely is Thy dwelling-place

Hymnal: The Book of Praise #65a (1918) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: The Church The Sanctuary; The Church Pastors and Teachers; Occasional Hymns Anniversaries and Farewells; Hymns for the Young Worship Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON

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