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Scripture:Matthew 6:1-6

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Secret prayer

Meter: Appears in 103 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:6 First Line: Father divine, thy piercing eye Lyrics: 1 Father divine, thy piercing eye Sees thro' the darkest night; In deep retirement thou art nigh, With heart discerning sight. 2 There may thy piercing eye survey My dutious homage paid, With every morning's dawning ray, And every evening's shade. 3 O let thy own celestial fire The incense still inflame; While my warm vows to thee aspire, Thro' my redeemer's name. 4 So shall the visits of thy love My soul in secret bless; So shalt thou deign in worlds above Thy suppliant to confess. Pause. 5 Mercy, good Lord, mercy I ask This is the total sum; Mercy, thro' Christ, is all my suit, Lord, let thy mercy come. Topics: Worship Private Worship; Mercy of God Pleaded for; Secret Prayer; Personal Religion

Again We Keep This Solemn Fast

Author: Gregory the Great, c. 540-604; Peter J. Scagnelli, b. 1949 Meter: Appears in 17 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:1-18 Topics: Fasting Used With Tune: OLD HUNDREDTH
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Prayer is the soul's sincere desire

Author: James Montgomery (1771-1854) Meter: Appears in 830 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:6 Lyrics: 1 Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, unuttered or expressed, the motion of a hidden fire that trembles in the breast. 2 Prayer is the burden of a sigh, the falling of a tear, the upward glancing of an eye when none but God is near. 3 Prayer is the simplest form of speech that infant lips can try; prayer the sublimest strains that reach the Majesty on high. 4 Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, the Christian's native air, their watchword at the gates of death, they enter heaven with prayer. 5 Prayer is not made by us alone: the Holy Spirit pleads, and Jesus, on the eternal throne, for sinners intercedes. 6 O Christ, by whom we come to God, the Life, the Truth, the Way, the path of prayer yourself have trod, Lord, teach us how to pray. Topics: Life in Christ Our Response to Christ - In Devotion; Prayer Used With Tune: COLESHILL

Our dear Father (The Lord's prayer)

Appears in 662 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6 First Line: Our dear Father who art in Heaven Topics: Living the Christian Life Worship and Adoration; Living the Christian Life Confession and Repentance Used With Tune: [Our dear Father who art in Heaven]
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Take Time to Be Holy

Author: William D. Longstaff Meter: D Appears in 292 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:6 Lyrics: 1 Take time to be holy, speak oft with thy Lord; abide in him always, and feed on his Word. Make friends of God's children; help those who are weak, forgetting in nothing his blessing to seek. 2 Take time to be holy, the world rushes on; spend much time in secret with Jesus alone; by looking to Jesus, like him thou shalt be; thy friends in thy conduct his likeness shall see. 3 Take time to be holy, let him be thy guide, and run not before him, whatever betide; in joy or in sorrow still follow thy Lord, and, looking to Jesus, still trust in his Word. 4 Take time to be holy, be calm in thy soul, each thought and each motive beneath his control; thus led by his Spirit to fountains of love, thou soon shalt be fitted for service above. Used With Tune: HOLINESS

Sweet Hour of Prayer

Author: William W. Walford, 1772-1850 Meter: D Appears in 1,258 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:5 First Line: Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer Topics: Communion in Prayer; Rest Used With Tune: SWEET HOUR

Wait for the Lord

Author: Taize Community Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6 First Line: Prepare the way for the Lord Topics: Seasons and Feasts Advent; Second Coming Used With Tune: [Prepare the way of the Lord]
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What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Oh, qué amigo nos es Cristo)

Author: Joseph M. Scriven, 1819-1866; Leandro Garza Mora, 1854-1938 Meter: D Appears in 1,634 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:5-15 First Line: What a friend we have in Jesus (¡Oh, qué amigo nos es Cristo!) Lyrics: 1 What a friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry Ev'rything to God in prayer! Oh, what peace we often forfeit; Oh, what needless pain we bear– All because we do not carry Ev'rything to God in prayer. 2 Have we trials and temptations? Is there trouble anywhere? We should never be discouraged– Take it to the Lord in prayer. Can we find a friend so faithful Who will all our sorrows share? Jesus knows our ev'ry weakness– Take it to the Lord in prayer. 3 Are we weak and heavy laden, Cumbered with a load of care? Precious Savior, still our refuge– Take it to the Lord in prayer. Do your friends despise, forsake you? Take it to the Lord in prayer. In his arms he'll take and shield you; You will find a solace there. --- 1 ¡Oh, qué amigo nos es Cristo! Él llevó nuestro dolor Y nos manda que llevemos todo a Dios en oración. Si vivimos desprovistos de paz, gozo y santo amor, esto es porque no llevamos todo a Dios en oración. 2 ¿Vives débil y cargado de cuidados y temor? A Jesús, refugio eterno, dile todo en oración. ¿Te desprecian tus amigos? Cuéntaselo en oración; en sus brazos de amor tierno paz tendrá tu corazón. 3 Jesucristo es nuestro amigo, de esto pruebas nos mostró al sufrir el cruel castigo que el culpable mereció. Y su pueblo redimido hallará seguridad, fiando en este amigo eterno y esperando en su bondad. Topics: Aliento; Encouragement; Comfort; Consuelo; Jesucristo Amigo; Jesus Christ Friend; Jesucristo Bondad de; Jesus Christ Goodness of; Oracion; Prayer Used With Tune: CONVERSE

O God of Bethel, by whose hand

Author: Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751; John Logan, 1748-1788 Meter: Appears in 366 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:5-13 Topics: Our Journey With God; Covenant, Commitment and Dedication Used With Tune: SALZBURG

Lord, I Have Shut the Door

Author: William M. Runyan Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 6:6 Lyrics: 1 Lord, I have shut the door, Speak now the word Which in the din and throng Could not be heard; Hushed now my inner heart, Whisper Thy will, While I have come apart, While all is still. 2 Lord, I have shut the door, Here do I bow; Speak, for my soul attend Turns to Thee now. Rebuke Thou what is vain, Counsel my soul, Thy holy will reveal, My will control. 3 In this blest quietness Clamorings cease; Here in Thy presence dwells Infinite peace; Yonder, the strife and cry, Yonder, the sin: Lord, I have shut the door, Thou art within! 4 Lord, I have shut the door, Strengthen my heart; Yonder awaits the task-- I share a part. Only through grace bestowed May I be true; Here, while alone with Thee, My strength renew. Amen. Topics: Prayer Hymns about; Prayer Hymns about Used With Tune: [Lord, I have shut the door]


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