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I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord

Author: Timothy Dwight Meter: Appears in 1,288 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26:8 Lyrics: 1 I love thy kingdom, Lord, the house of thine abode, the church our blest Redeemer saved with his own precious blood. 2 I love thy church, O God: her walls before thee stand, dear as the apple of thine eye, and graven on thy hand. 3 For her my tears shall fall, for her my prayers ascend; to her my cares and toils be giv'n, till toils and cares shall end. 4 Beyond my highest joy I prize her heav'nly ways, her sweet communion, solemn vows, her hymns of love and praise. 5 Jesus, thou Friend divine, Our Savior and our King, thy hand from ev'ry snare and foe shall great deliv'rance bring. 6 Sure as thy truth shall last, to Zion shall be giv'n the brightest glories earth can yield, and brighter bliss of heav'n. Topics: The Church The Church of Christ; Church Communion of Saints; Church Kingdom of God; Church Love for; Church Security of Used With Tune: ST. THOMAS

Psalm 26

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 54 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26 First Line: Judge me, O Lord, and prove my ways Lyrics: Judge me, O Lord, and prove my ways, And try my reins, and try my heart My faith upon thy promise stays, Nor from thy law my feet depart. I hate to walk, I hate to sit, With men of vanity and lies The scoffer and the hypocrite Are the abhorrence of mine eyes. Amongst thy saints will I appear With frauds well washed in innocence; But when I stand before thy bar, The blood of Christ is my defence. I love thy habitation, Lord, The temple where thine honors dwell; There shall I hear thine holy word, And there thy works of wonder tell. Let not my soul be joined at last With men of treachery and blood, Since I my days on earth have passed Among the saints, and near my God. Topics: Judgment day; Sincerity; Evidences of grace, or self-examination; Examination or evidences of grace; Grace its evidences, or self-examination; Self-examination or evidences of grace; Trial of our hearts

Psalm 26: Judge me, O Lord, for I have walk'd

Meter: Appears in 16 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26 First Line: Judge me, O Lord, for I have walk'd Lyrics: 1Judge me, O Lord, for I have walk’d in mine integrity: I trusted also in the Lord; slide therefore shall not I. 2Examine me, and do me prove; try heart and reins, O God: 3For thy love is before mine eyes, thy truth’s paths I have trode. 4With persons vain I have not sat, nor with dissemblers gone: 5Th’ assembly of ill men I hate; to sit with such I shun. 6Mine hands in innocence, O Lord, I’ll wash and purify; So to thine holy altar go, and compass it will I: 7That I, with voice of thanksgiving, may publish and declare, And tell of all thy mighty works, that great and wondrous are. 8The habitation of thy house, Lord, I have loved well; Yea, in that place I do delight where doth thine honour dwell. 9With sinners gather not my soul, and such as blood would spill: 10Whose hands mischievous plots, right hand corrupting bribes do fill. 11But as for me, I will walk on in mine integrity: Do thou redeem me, and, O Lord, be merciful to me. 12My foot upon an even place doth stand with steadfastness: Within the congregations th’ Eternal I will bless.

We love the place, O God

Author: W. Bullock (1798-1874); H. W. Baker (1821-1877) Meter: Appears in 99 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26 Topics: God's Church Anniversary, Special Occasions; Pentecost 3 The Life of the Baptized; Pentecost 4 The Church's Mission to the Individual Used With Tune: QUAM DILECTA
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Judge me, O Lord, for I the Paths

Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26 Lyrics: 1 Judge me, O Lord; for I the Paths of Righteousness have trod: I cannot fail, who all my Trust repose on Thee, my God. 2,3 Search, prove my Heart, whose Innocence will shine, the more 'tis try'd; For I have kept thy Grace in View, and made thy Truth my Guide. 4 I never for companions took the Idle or Prophane; No Hypocrite, with all his Arts, could e'er my Friendship gain. 5 I hate the busy, plotting Crew, who make distracted Times; And shun their wicked Company, as I avoid their Crimes. 6 I'll wash my Hands in Innocence, and bring a Heart so pure, That when thy Altar I approach, my Welcome shall secure. 7,8 My Thanks I'll publish there, and tell how thy Renown excels: That Seat affords me most Delight, in which thy Honour dwells. 9 Pass not on me the Sinners Doom, who Murder make their Trade; 10 Who others Rights, by secret Bribes, or open Force, invade. 11 But I will walk in Paths of Truth, and Innocence pursue; Protect me therefore, and to me thy Mercies, Lord, renew. 12 In spite of all assaulting Foes, I still maintain my Ground; And shall survive amongst thy Saints, thy Praises to resound.
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Sing unto the Lord

Author: Rev. Thomas Kelly (1769-1855) Meter: Appears in 77 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26:7 First Line: Sing of Jesus, sing for ever Topics: Christ All in All; Christ Grace of; Christ Names of; Gratitude; Praise To Christ Used With Tune: SONG
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Noch sing' ich hier aus dunkler ferne

Author: H. E. Heeren, 1728-1811 Appears in 15 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26:8 Topics: Der Tag des Herrn und der öffentliche Gottesdiest
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I'll wash my hands in innocence

Meter: Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26 Topics: Offices of the Church Consecration of Churches and Chapels

Take this moment, sign, and space

Author: John L. Bell (b. 1949); Graham Maule (b. 1958) Meter: Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26:8 Topics: Our Response to Christ In Devotion; The Church Celebrates Confirmation; Confirmation; Offering of self Used With Tune: TAKE THIS MOMENT
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Wohlauf, herz und gemüthe!

Author: M. Schernack, 1622-1675 Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 26:6-8 Topics: Der Tag des Herrn und der öffentliche Gottesdiest


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