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Psalm 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 116 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 First Line: The man is ever blessed Lyrics: The man is ever blessed Who shuns the sinners' ways, Among their counsels never stands, Nor takes the scorner's place; But makes the law of God His study and delight, Amidst the labors of the day, And watches of the night. He like a tree shall thrive, With waters near the root; Fresh as the leaf his name shall live; His works are heav'nly fruit. Not so th' ungodly race, They no such blessings find; Their hopes shall flee, like empty chaff Before the driving wind. How will they bear to stand Before that judgment-seat, Where all the saints at Christ's right hand In full assembly meet? He knows, and he approves, The way the righteous go; But sinners and their works shall meet A dreadful overthrow. Topics: Blessings of a person; End of the righteous and wicked; Happy saint and cursed sinner; Judgment day; Love of God to the righteous, and hatred to the wicked; Meditation; Punishment of sinners; Saints and sinner's end; Saints and Sinners' portion; Saints happy, and sinners cursed; Sinner and saint's portion; Sinner cursed, and saint happy
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Psalm 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 101 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 First Line: Blest is the man who shuns the place Lyrics: Blest is the man who shuns the place Where sinners love to meet; Who fears to tread their wicked ways, And hates the scoffer's seat: But in the statutes of the Lord Has placed his chief delight; By day he reads or hears the word, And meditates by night. [He, like a plant of gen'rous kind, By living waters set, Safe from the storms and blasting wind, Enjoys a peaceful state.] Green as the leaf, and ever fair, Shall his profession shine While fruits of holiness appear Like clusters on the vine. Not so the impious and unjust; What vain designs they form! Their hopes are blown away like dust, Or chaff before the storm. Sinners in judgment shall not stand Amongst the sons of grace, When Christ, the Judge, at his right hand Appoints his saints a place. His eye beholds the path they tread, His heart approves it well But crooked ways of sinners lead Down to the gates of hell. Topics: Blessings of a person; End of the righteous and wicked; Happy saint and cursed sinner; Judgment day; Love of God to the righteous, and hatred to the wicked; Meditation; Punishment of sinners; Saints and sinner's end; Saints and Sinners' portion; Saints happy, and sinners cursed; Sinner and saint's portion; Sinner cursed, and saint happy
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How Blest Are They Who, Fearing God

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 22 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 Lyrics: 1 How blest are they who, fearing God, from sin restrain their feet, who will not with the wicked stand, who shun the scorner's seat. 2 How blest are they who make God's law their treasure and delight, and meditate upon that word with gladness day and night. 3 Their lives are nourished like a tree set by the river's side its leaf is green, its fruit is sure: so all their works abide. 4 The wicked, like the driven chaff, are blown across the land; they shall not gather with the just, nor in the judgment stand. 5 The LORD will guard the righteous well, their way to him is known; the way of sinners, far from God, shall surely be o'erthrown. Topics: Law of God; Judgment; Law of God; Walk with God; Wisdom; Word of God Used With Tune: EPWORTH Text Sources: Psalter, 1912, alt.
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Psalm 1: That man hath perfect blessedness

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 First Line: That man hath perfect blessedness Lyrics: 1That man hath perfect blessedness, who walketh not astray In counsel of ungodly men, nor stands in sinners’ way, Nor sitteth in the scorner’s chair: 2But placeth his delight Upon God’s law, and meditates on his law day and night. 3He shall be like a tree that grows near planted by a river, Which in his season yields his fruit, and his leaf fadeth never: And all he doth shall prosper well. 4The wicked are not so; But like they are unto the chaff, which wind drives to and fro. 5In judgment therefore shall not stand such as ungodly are; Nor in th’ assembly of the just shall wicked men appear. 6For why? the way of godly men unto the Lord is known: Whereas the way of wicked men shall quite be overthrown.
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Psalm 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 51 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 First Line: Happy the man whose cautious feet Lyrics: Happy the man whose cautious feet Shun the broad way that sinners go, Who hates the place where atheists meet, And fears to talk as scoffers do. He loves t' employ the morning light Amongst the statutes of the Lord; And spends the wakeful hours of night, With pleasure, pondering o'er his word. He, like a plant by gentle streams, Shall flourish in immortal green. And heav'n will shine with kindest beams On every work his hands begin. But sinners find their counsels crossed: As chaff before the tempest flies, So shall their hopes be blown and lost, When the last trumpet shakes the skies. In vain the rebel seeks to stand In judgment with the pious race; The dreadful Judge, with stern command, Divides him to a diff'rent place. "Straight is the way my saints have trod; I blessed the path, and drew it plain; But you would choose the crooked road, And down it leads to endless pain." Topics: Blessings of a person; End of the righteous and wicked; Happy saint and cursed sinner; Judgment day; Love of God to the righteous, and hatred to the wicked; Meditation; Punishment of sinners; Saints and sinner's end; Saints and Sinners' portion; Saints happy, and sinners cursed; Sinner and saint's portion; Sinner cursed, and saint happy

Blessed is the man that walketh

Appears in 37 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 Topics: Prose Psalms Used With Tune: [Blessed is the man that walketh]
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How blest is he who ne'er consents

Appears in 51 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 Lyrics: 1 How blest is he, who ne'er consents by ill Advice to walk; Nor stands in Sinners Ways; nor sits where Men profanely talk! 2 But makes the perfect Law of God his Bus'ness and Delight; Devoutly reads therein by Day, and meditates by Night. 3 Like some fair Tree, which, fed by Streams, with timely Fruit does bend, He still shall flourish, and Success all his Designs attend. 4 Ungodly Men, and their Attempts, no lasting Root shall find; Untimely blasted, and dispers'd, like Chaff before the Wind. 5 Their Guilt shall strike the Wicked dumb before the Judge's Face: No formal Hypocrite shall then among the Saints have Place. 6 For God approves the just Man's Ways; to Happiness they tend: But Sinners, and the Paths they tread, shall both in Ruin end.
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Wohl dem Menschen, der nicht wandelt

Appears in 77 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1:1 Topics: Von der wahren Gemeinde Gotts

Dicha Grande Es la del Hombre

Author: T. M. Westrup Appears in 17 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1 Used With Tune: BEECHER Text Sources: Basado en sl Salmo 1
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What a gath'ring, gath'ring

Author: J. H. K. Appears in 149 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 1:5 First Line: At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints are gathered home Lyrics: 1 At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints are gathered home, We will greet each other by the crystal sea; When the Lord himself from heaven to his glory bids them come, What gath'ring of the faithful that will be! Chorus: What a gath'ring, gath'ring, At the sounding of the glorious jubilee! What a gath'ring, gath'ring, What a gath'ring of the faithful that will be! 2 When the angel of the Lord proclaims that time shall be no more, We shall gather, and the saved and ransomed see; Then to meet again together, on the bright, celestial shore, What a gath'ring of the faithful that will be! [Chorus] 3 At the great and final Judgment, when the hidden comes to light, When the Lord in all his glory we shall see; At the bidding of our Saviour, "Come, ye blessed, to my right," What a gath'ring of the faithful that will be! [Chorus] 4 When the golden harps are sounding, and the angel bands proclaim In triumphant strains the glorious jubilee; Then to meet and join to sing the song of Moses and the Lamb, What a gath'ring of the faithful that will be! [Chorus] Topics: Bible Songs Judgment and Second Advent Used With Tune: WHAT A GATHERING THAT WILL BE!

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