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Through All the Changing Scenes of Life

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 465 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34:1-9 Lyrics: 1 Through all the changing scenes of life, in trouble and in joy, the praises of my God shall still my heart and tongue employ. 2 Of his deliv'rance I will boast, till all that are distressed from my example comfort take, and charm their griefs to rest. 3 O magnify the Lord with me, with me exalt his name; when in distress to him I called, he to my rescue came. 4 The hosts of God encamp around the dwellings of the just; deliv'rance he affords to all who on his succor trust. 5 O make but trial of his love; experience will decide how blest they are, and only they, who in his truth confide. 6 Fear him, ye saints, and you will then have nothing else to fear: make you his service your delight, he'll make your wants his care. Topics: The Christian Life God's Refreshing Grace; Christians Example of; Constancy; Fear of God; God Praise of; Protection Used With Tune: DOWNS Text Sources: Tate and Brady's New Version, 1696, 1698
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Taste and See

Author: James E. Moore, Jr., b. 1951 Appears in 26 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times Refrain First Line: Taste and see, taste and see Used With Tune: [I will bless the Lord at all times]
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Psalm 34 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 86 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: Lord, I will bless thee all my days Lyrics: Lord, I will bless thee all my days, Thy praise shall dwell upon my tongue My soul shall glory in thy grace, While saints rejoice to hear the song. Come, magnify the Lord with me, Come, let us all exalt his name; I sought th' eternal God, and he Has not exposed my hope to shame. I told him all my secret grief, My secret groaning reached his ears; He gave my inward pains relief; And calmed the tumult of my fears. To him the poor lift up their eyes, Their faces feel the heav'nly shine; A beam of mercy from the skies Fills them with light and joy divine. His holy angels pitch their tents Around the men that serve the Lord; O fear and love him, all his saints, Taste of his grace, and trust his word. The wild young lions, pinched with pain And hunger, roar through all the wood; But none shall seek the Lord in vain, Nor want supplies of real good. Topics: Fears and doubts suppressed; Prayer heard; God his care of saints; Sins of tongue; Afflictions removed by prayer; Angels guardian; Care of God over his saints; Children instructed; Deliverance by prayer; Deliverance from deep distress; Education religious; Exhortations to peace and holiness; Instruction in piety; Peace and holiness encouraged; Piety instructions therein; Praise for eminent deliverances; Prayer and praise for deliverance; Religious Education; Saints God's care of them; Secret devotion; Tongue governed

Psalm (33) 34

Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times Refrain First Line: Taste and see the goodness of the Lord Topics: Psalter Used With Tune: [Taste and see the goodness of the Lord]

Gusten y vean qué bueno es el Señor (Taste and see the goodness of the Lord]

Appears in 16 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times Topics: Fourth Sunday of Lent C; Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma C Used With Tune: [Gusten y vean que bueno es el Señor]
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Psalm 34 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 60 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34:1-10 First Line: I'll bless the Lord from day to day Lyrics: I'll bless the Lord from day to day; How good are all his ways! Ye humble souls that use to pray, Come, help my lips to praise. Sing to the honor of his name, How a poor suff'rer cried, Nor was his hope exposed to shame, Nor was his suit denied. When threat'ning sorrows round me stood, And endless fears arose, Like the loud billows of a flood, Redoubling all my woes; I told the Lord my sore distress, With heavy groans and tears; He gave my sharpest torments ease, And silenced all my fears. [O sinners, come and taste his love, Come, learn his pleasant ways; And let your own experience prove The sweetness of his grace. He bids his angels pitch their tents Round where his children dwell; What ills their heav'nly care prevents No earthly tongue can tell.] [O love the Lord, ye saints of his; His eye regards the just: How richly blest their portion is Who make the Lord their trust! Young lions, pinched with hunger, roar And famish in the wood; But God supplies his holy poor With every needful good.] Topics: Fears and doubts suppressed; Prayer heard; God his care of saints; Sins of tongue; Afflictions removed by prayer; Angels guardian; Care of God over his saints; Children instructed; Deliverance by prayer; Deliverance from deep distress; Education religious; Exhortations to peace and holiness; Instruction in piety; Peace and holiness encouraged; Piety instructions therein; Praise for eminent deliverances; Prayer and praise for deliverance; Religious Education; Saints God's care of them; Secret devotion; Tongue governed

Taste and See: Psalm 34 (Gusten y Vean: Salmo 34 (33))

Author: Pedro Rubalcava; Pedro Rubalcava Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times (Bendeciré al Señor a todas horas) Refrain First Line: Taste and see, taste and see (Gusten y vean, gusteny vean) Used With Tune: [I will bless the Lord at all times]
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When Morning Gilds the Sky

Author: Edward Caswall Meter: 6.6.6 D Appears in 696 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34:1 Lyrics: 1 When morning gilds the sky, our hearts awaking cry: May Jesus Christ be praised! In all our work and prayer we ask his loving care: May Jesus Christ be praised! 2 To God, the Word on high, the hosts of angels cry: May Jesus Christ be praised! Let mortals too upraise their voice in hymns of praise: May Jesus Christ be praised! 3 Let earth's wide circle round in joyful notes resound: May Jesus Christ be praised! Let air and sea and sky from depth to height reply: May Jesus Christ be praised! 4 Be this, when day is past, of all our thoughts the last: May Jesus Christ be praised! The night becomes as day when from the heart we say: May Jesus Christ be praised! 5 Then let us join to sing to Christ, our loving King: May Jesus Christ be praised! Be this the eternal song through all the ages long: May Jesus Christ be praised! Topics: Doxologies; Praise & Adoration; Songs for Children Hymns; Creation and Providence; Doxologies; Morning; Opening of Worship; Praise & Adoration; Providence Used With Tune: LAUDES DOMINI Text Sources: German, c. 1800

Psalm 34: The Cry of the Poor

Author: John Foley SJ Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34 First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times Refrain First Line: The Lord hears the cry of the poor Topics: Rites of the Church Marriage; Ordinary Time Thirtieth Sunday Used With Tune: [I will bless the Lord at all times]
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All Who Hunger

Author: Sylvia G. Dunstan, 1955-1993 Appears in 26 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 34:8 First Line: All who hunger, gather gladly Refrain First Line: Taste and see the frace eternal Used With Tune: [All who hunger, gather gladly]

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