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The Lord Will Come and Not Be Slow

Author: John Milton, 1608-1684 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 94 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82:8 Lyrics: 1 The Lord will come and not be slow, his footsteps cannot err; before him righteousness shall go, his royal harbinger. 2 Truth from the earth, like to a flow'r, shall bud and blossom then, and justice, from her heav'nly bow'r, look down on mortal men. 3 Rise, God, and judge the earth in might, this wicked earth redress; for you are he who shall by right the nations all possess. 4 For great you are, and wonders great by your strong hand are done: you in your everlasting seat remain the Lord alone. Topics: The Church The Kingdom of God; Christ Second Coming and Judgment of; God Justice of Used With Tune: ST. MAGNUS
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Psalm 82

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 50 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 First Line: Among th' assemblies of the great Lyrics: Among th' assemblies of the great A greater Ruler takes his seat; The God of heav'n, as Judge, surveys Those gods on earth, and all their ways. Why will ye, then, frame wicked laws? Or why support th' unrighteous cause? When will ye once defend the poor, That sinners vex the saints no more? They know not, Lord, nor will they know; Dark are the ways in which they go; Their name of earthly gods is vain, For they shall fall and die like men. Arise, O Lord, and let thy Son Possess his universal throne, And rule the nations with his rod; He is our Judge, and he our God. Topics: Evil magistrates; Magistrates warned; Authority from God; God supreme governor
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Judge Eternal, throned in splendor

Author: Henry Scott Holland (1847-1918) Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Appears in 106 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 Lyrics: 1 Judge Eternal, throned in splendour, Lord of lords and King of kings, with your living fire of judgement purge this land of bitter things; solace all its wide dominion with the healing of your wings. 2 Still the weary folk are pining for the hour that brings release; and the city's crowded clangour cries aloud for sin to cease; and the homesteads and the woodlands plead in silence for their peace. 3 Crown, O God, your own endeavour; cleave our darkness with your sword; feed the faithless and the hungry with the richness of your word; cleanse the body of this nation through the glory of the Lord. Topics: Our Response to God in intercession and petition; The Church Celebrates National Life; God in judgement and justice; Nation and Society; Word of God Used With Tune: RHUDDLAN
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There Where the Judges Gather

Author: Henry Zylstra Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6.7.6 Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 Topics: Judge, God/Christ as; Society/Social Concerns; Judge, God/Christ as; Justice; Nation; Poverty; Society/Social Concerns Used With Tune: MEIRIONYDD
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God in the great Assembly stands

Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 Lyrics: 1 God in the great Assembly stands, where his impartial Eye In State surveys the earthen Gods, and does their Judgments try. 2,3 How Dare ye then unjustly judge, or be to sinners kind? Defend the Orphans, and the Poor: let such your Justice find. 4 Protect the humble helpless Man reduc'd to deep Distress, And let not him become a Prey to such as would oppress. 5 They neither know, nor will they learn, but blindly rove and stray: Justice and Truth, the world's great Props, thro' all the Land decay. 6 Well then might God in Anger say, "I've call'd ye by my Name: "I've said y'are God's, the Sons and Heirs "of my immortal Fame: 7 "But ne'ertheless your unjust Deeds "to strict Account I'll call: "You all shall die like common Men, "like other Tyrants fall." 8 Arise, and thy just Judgments, Lord, throughout the Earth display; And all the Nations of the world shall own thy righteous Sway.
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Among assembled men of might

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 Used With Tune: ST. AGNES
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Who Can Sound the Depths of Sorrow

Author: Graham Kendrick, b. 1950 Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 Topics: Confession and Assurance Used With Tune: [Who can sound the depths of sorrow]
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We Give Thee but Thine Own

Author: William Walsham How Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 456 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82:3 Lyrics: 1 We give thee but thine own, whate’er the gift may be; all that we have is thine alone, a trust, O Lord, from thee. 2 May we thy bounties thus as stewards true receive, and gladly, as thou blessest us, to thee our first-fruits give. 3 To comfort and to bless, to find a balm for woe, to tend the lone and orphaned ones is angels’ work below. 4 The captive to release, to God the lost to bring, to teach the way of life and peace, it is a Christ-like thing. 5 And we believe thy word, though dim our faith may be; whate’er for thine we do, O Lord, we do it unto thee. Used With Tune: SCHUMANN

This Is My Song

Author: Lloyd Stone Meter: 10.10.10.10.10.10 Appears in 28 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82:8 First Line: This is my song, O God of all the nations Topics: Citizenship; Heritage; Peace World Used With Tune: FINLANDIA
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Psalm 82: In gods' assembly God doth stand

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 82 First Line: In gods' assembly God doth stand Lyrics: 1In gods’ assembly God doth stand; he judgeth gods among. 2How long, accepting persons vile, will ye give judgment wrong? 3Defend the poor and fatherless; to poor oppress’d do right. 4The poor and needy ones set free; rid them from ill men’s might. 5They know not, nor will understand; in darkness they walk on: All the foundations of the earth out of their course are gone. 6I said that ye are gods, and are sons of the Highest all: 7But ye shall die like men, and as one of the princes fall. 8O God, do thou raise up thyself, the earth to judgment call: For thou, as thine inheritance, shalt take the nations all.

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