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Psalm 22

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 113 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:1 First Line: Now let our mournful songs record Lyrics: Now let our mournful songs record The dying sorrows of our Lord, When he complained in tears and blood, As one forsaken of his God. The Jews beheld him thus forlorn, And shake their heads, and laugh in scorn: "He rescued others from the grave; Now let him try himself to save. "This is the man did once pretend God was his Father and his Friend; If God, the blessed, loved him so, Why doth he fail to help him now?" Barbarous people! cruel priests! How they stood round like savage beasts! Like lions gaping to devour, When God had left him in their power. They wound his head, his hands, his feet, Till streams of blood each other meet; By lot his garments they divide, And mock the pangs in which he died. But God, his Father, heard his cry; Raised from the dead, he reigns on high, The nations learn his righteousness, And humble sinners taste his grace. Topics: Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Exaltation of Christ to the kingdom; Gentiles given to Christ; Sufferings and kingdom of Christ; Christ his death and resurrection; Death and sufferings of Christ; Sufferings and death of Christ

In the Presence of Your People

Author: Brent Chambers Meter: Irregular Appears in 16 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:3-22 Topics: Commitment & Dedication; Praise & Adoration; Songs for Children Bible Songs; Commitment & Dedication; Praise & Adoration; Prayer Used With Tune: CELEBRATION

Psalm 22 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 19 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:1-16 First Line: Why has my God my soul forsook Lyrics: Why has my God my soul forsook, Nor will a smile afford? (Thus David once in anguish spoke, And thus our dying Lord.) Though 'tis thy chief delight to dwell Among thy praising saints, Yet thou canst hear a groan as well, And pity our complaints. Our fathers trusted in thy name, And great deliv'rance found; But I'm a worm, despised of men, And trodden to the ground. Shaking the head, they pass me by, And laugh my soul to scorn; "In vain he trusts in God," they cry,. "Neglected and forlorn." But thou art he who formed my flesh By thine almighty word; And since I hung upon the breast, My hope is in the Lord. Why will my Father hide his face, When foes stand threat'ning round, In the dark hour of deep distress, And not a helper found? Behold thy darling left among The cruel and the proud, As bulls of Bashan, fierce and strong, As lions roaring loud. From earth and hell my sorrows meet To multiply the smart; They nail my hands, they pierce my feet, And try to vex my heart. Yet if thy sovereign hand let loose The rage of earth and hell, Why will my heav'nly Father bruise The Son he loves so well? My God, if possible it be, Withhold this bitter cup But I resign my will to thee, And drink the sorrows up. My heart dissolves with pangs unknown, In groans I waste my breath; Thy heavy hand has brought me down Low as the dust of death. Father, I give my spirit up, And trust it in thy hand; My dying flesh shall rest in hope, And rise at thy command. Topics: Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Exaltation of Christ to the kingdom; Gentiles given to Christ; Sufferings and kingdom of Christ; Christ his death and resurrection; Death and sufferings of Christ; Sufferings and death of Christ
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God of Our Fathers

Author: Daniel C. Roberts Meter: Appears in 405 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:4 First Line: God of our fathers, whose almighty hand Lyrics: 1 God of our fathers, whose almighty hand leads forth in beauty all the starry band of shining worlds in splendor through the skies, our grateful songs before thy throne arise. 2 Thy love divine hath led us in the past; in this free land by thee our lot is cast; be thou our Ruler, Guardian, Guide and Stay, thy Word our law, thy paths our chosen way. 3 From war's alarms, from deadly pestilence, be thy strong arm our ever sure defense; thy true religion in our hearts increase, thy bounteous goodness nourish us in peace. 4 Refresh thy people on their toilsome way; lead us from night to never-ending day; fill all our lives with love and grace divine; and glory, laud, and praise be ever thine. Topics: God in Society National Life; Healing, Physical Used With Tune: NATIONAL HYMN

Dios mío, Dios mío (My God, my God)

Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22 First Line: All who see me deride me (Al verme, se bulan de mí) Topics: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord ABC Liturgy of the Word; Domingo de Ramos en la Pasión del Señor ABC Liturgia de la Palabra Used With Tune: [Dios mío, Dios mío]

The Ends Of All The Earth Shall Hear

Meter: with refrain Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22 Refrain First Line: All earth to Him her homage brings Topics: Fear of God; King, God As; King, Christ Our; Glorifying God Used With Tune: VISION

Psalm 22: My God, My God

Author: Marty Haugen Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22 First Line: All who see me laugh at me Refrain First Line: My God, my God Topics: Holy Week Seasonal Psalm; Passion Sunday Used With Tune: [All who see me laugh at me]
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Christ exalted to the Kingdom

Appears in 32 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:1-9 First Line: David rejoic'd in God his strength Lyrics: 1 David rejoic'd in GOD his strength, Rais'd to the throne by special grace, But Christ the son appears at length, Fulfils the triumph and the praise. 2 How great is the Messiah's joy In the salvation of thy hand! Lord, thou hast rais'd his kingdom high, And given the world to his command. 3 Thy goodness grants whate'er he will, Nor doth the least request with-hold: Blessings of love prevent him still, And crowns of glory, not of gold. 4 Honour and majesty divine Around his sacred temples shine: Blest with the favour of thy face, And length of everlasting days. 5 Thine hand shall find out all his foes; And as a firey oven glows With raging heat and living coals, So shall thy wrath devour their souls.

Why Has God Forsaken Me?

Author: Bill Wallace Meter: Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22:1 Used With Tune: SHIMPI

Lord, Why Have You Forsaken Me

Author: Christopher L. Webber Meter: Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 22 Topics: Supplication Used With Tune: CONDITOR ALME SIDERUM


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