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Psalm 107 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 127 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: Give thanks to God; he reigns above Lyrics: Give thanks to God; he reigns above; Kind are his thoughts, his name is Love; His mercy ages past have known, And ages long to come shall own. Let the redeemed of the Lord The wonders of his grace record; Isr'el, the nation whom he chose, And rescued from their mighty foes. [When God's almighty arm had broke Their fetters and th' Egyptian yoke, They traced the desert, wand'ring round A wild and solitary ground. There they could find no leading road, Nor city for a fixed abode; Nor food, nor fountain, to assuage Their burning thirst or hunger's rage.] In their distress, to God they cried God was their Savior and their Guide; He led their march far wand'ring round, 'Twas the right path to Canaan's ground. Thus, when our first release we gain From sin's old yoke, and Satan's chain, We have this desert world to pass, A dangerous and a tiresome place. He feeds and clothes us all the way, He guides our footsteps lest we stray, He guards us with a powerful hand, And brings us to the heav'nly land. O let the saints with joy record The truth and goodness of the Lord! How great his works! how kind his ways! Let every tongue pronounce his praise. Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Psalm 107 Part 4

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 75 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: Thy works of glory, mighty Lord Lyrics: Thy works of glory, mighty Lord, Thy wonders in the deeps, The sons of courage shall record Who trade in floating ships. At thy command the winds arise, And swell the towering waves; The men astonished mount the skies, And sink in gaping graves. [Again they climb the wat'ry hills, And plunge in deeps again; Each like a tott'ring drunkard reels, And finds his courage vain. Frighted to hear the tempest roar, They pant with flutt'ring breath; And hopeless of the distant shore, Expect immediate death.] Then to the Lord they raise their cries; He bears the loud request, And orders silence through the skies, And lays the floods to rest. Sailors rejoice to lose their fears, And see the storm allayed: Now to their eyes the port appears; There let their vows be paid. 'Tis God that brings them safe to land; Let stupid mortals know That waves are under his command, And all the winds that blow. O that the sons of men would praise The goodness of the Lord! And those that see thy wondrous ways, Thy wondrous love record. Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Psalm 107 Part 4

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 64 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: Would you behold the works of God Lyrics: Would you behold the works of God, His wonders in the world abroad, Go with the mariners, and trace The unknown regions of the seas. They leave their native shores behind, And seize the favor of the wind; Till God command, and tempests rise That heave the ocean to the skies. Now to the heav'ns they mount amain, Now sink to dreadful deeps again; What strange affrights young sailors feel, And like a stagg'ring drunkard reel! When land is far, and death is nigh, Lost to all hope, to God they cry; His mercy hears the loud address, And sends salvation in distress. He bids the winds their wrath assuage, The furious waves forget their rage; 'Tis calm, and sailors smile to see The haven where they wished to be. O may the sons of men record The wondrous goodness of the Lord! Let them their private off'rings bring, And in the church his glory sing. Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Psalm 107 Part 3

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 32 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: Vain man, on foolish pleasures bent Lyrics: Vain man, on foolish pleasures bent, Prepares for his own punishment; What pains, what loathsome maladies, From luxury and lust arise! The drunkard feels his vitals waste, Yet drowns his health to please his taste; Till all his active powers are lost, And fainting life draws near the dust. The glutton groans, and loathes to eat, His soul abhors delicious meat; Nature, with heavy loads oppressed, Would yield to death to be released. Then how the frighted sinners fly To God for help with earnest cry! He hears their groans, prolongs their breath, And saves them from approaching death. No med'cines could effect the cure So quick, so easy, or so sure; The deadly sentence God repeals, He sends his sovereign word, and heals. O may the sons of men record The wondrous goodness of the Lord! And let their thankful off'rings prove How they adore their Maker's love Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Psalm 107 Part 2

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 40 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: From age to age exalt his name Lyrics: From age to age exalt his name; God and his grace are still the same; He fills the hungry soul with food, And feeds the poor with every good. But if their hearts rebel and rise Against the God that rules the skies; If they reject his heav'nly word, And slight the counsels of the Lord He'll bring their spirits to the ground, And no deliv'rer shall be found; Laden with grief, they waste their breath In darkness and the shades of death. Then to the Lord they raise their cries; He makes the dawning light arise, And scatters all that dismal shade That hung so heavy round their head. He cuts the bars of brass in two, And lets the smiling pris'ners through; Takes off the load of guilt and grief, And gives the lab'ring soul relief. O may the sons of men record The wondrous goodness of the Lord How great his works! how kind his ways! Let every tongue pronounce his praise. Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Psalm 107 Last Part

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 32 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 First Line: When God, provoked with daring crimes Lyrics: When God, provoked with daring crimes, Scourges the madness of the times, He turns their fields to barren sand, And dries the rivers from the land. His word can raise the springs again, And make the withered mountains green; Send showery blessings from the skies, And harvests in the desert rise. [Where nothing dwelt but beasts of prey, Or men as fierce and wild as they, He bids th' oppressed and poor repair, And builds them towns and cities there. They sow the fields, and trees they plant, Whose yearly fruit supplies their want; Their race grows up from fruitful stocks, Their wealth increases with their flocks. Thus they are blessed; but if they sin, He lets the heathen nations in; A savage crew invades their lands, Their princes die by barb'rous hands. Their captive sons, exposed to scorn, Wander unpitied and forlorn; The country lies unfenced, untilled, And desolation spreads the field. Yet if the humbled nation mourns, Again his dreadful hand he turns; Again he makes their cities thrive, And bids the dying churches live.] The righteous, with a joyful sense, Admire the works of Providence; And tongues of atheists shall no more Blaspheme the God that saints adore. How few with pious care record These wondrous dealings of the Lord! But wise observers still shall find The Lord is holy, just, and kind. Topics: Providence in air, earth, and sea; Weather; Israel saved from Egypt, and brought to Canaan; Providence recorded; Church restored by prayer; Israel punished and pardoned; Saints conducted to heaven; Saints punished and pardoned; Colonies Planted; Deliverance from shipwreck; Drunkard and glutton; Glutton and drunkard; Intemperance and pardoned; Israel travels in the wilderness; Luxury pardoned; Mariner's psalm; Mercies recorded; Nation's blest and punished; New England psalm; Psalm for gluttons and drunkards; Psalm for mariners; Psalm for New England; Seamen's song; Shipwreck prevented
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Now Thank We All Our God

Author: Martin Rinckart; Catherine Winkworth Meter: 6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6 Appears in 656 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107:1-31 Lyrics: 1 Now thank we all our God with heart and hands and voices, who wondrous things has done, in whom his world rejoices; who from our mothers' arms has blessed us on our way with countless gifts of love, and still is ours today. 2 O may this bounteous God through all our life be near us, with ever joyful hearts and blessed peace to cheer us, to keep us in his grace, and guide us when perplexed, and free us from all ills of this world in the next. 3 All praise and thanks to God the Father now be given, the Son and Spirit blest, who reign in highest heaven the one eternal God, whom heaven and earth adore; for thus it was, is now, and shall be evermore. Topics: Doxologies; Praise & Adoration; Creation and Providence; Doxologies; Praise & Adoration; Providence; Refuge; Thanksgiving & Gratitude; Trinity Used With Tune: NUN DANKET
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For the Beauty of the Earth

Author: Folliot Sandford Pierpoint Meter: 7.7.7.7.7.7 Appears in 594 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107:21-22 Refrain First Line: Lord of all, to thee we raise Lyrics: 1 For the beauty of the earth, for the glory of the skies, for the love which from our birth over and around us lies: Refrain: Lord of all, to thee we raise this our hymn of grateful praise. 2 For the wonder of each hour of the day and of the night, hill and vale, and tree and flower, sun and moon, and stars of light: [Refrain] 3 For the joy of ear and eye, for the heart and mind’s delight, for the mystic harmony linking sense to sound and sight: [Refrain] 4 For the joy of human love, brother, sister, parent, child, friends on earth, and friends above, for all gentle thoughts and mild: [Refrain] 5 For thyself, best gift divine to the world so freely given; for that great, great love of thine, peace on earth and joy in heaven: [Refrain] Topics: Creation; Family; Love for Others; Love of God for Us; Providence; Thanksgiving Used With Tune: DIX

Praise the Lord, for He Is Good

Meter: 7.7.7.7.7.7 Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 107 Topics: Deliverance From Trouble; Israel; Longing, Spiritual; Praise To God, Jesus Christ; Providence, Divine; Faithfulness, God's; Guidance, Divine Used With Tune: HALLE

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