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A call to joyful worship

Hymnal: Bible Songs #165 (1901) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: Sing loud to God our strength, with joy Topics: Aspirations For Church Privileges; Christians Duties of; Church Divinely Furnished; Deliverance from trouble; Gospel Invitations of ; Lord's Supper; Praise A Part of Public Worship; Praise Calls to; Worship Acts of Scripture: Psalm 81:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: [Sing loud to God our strength, with joy]
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O that my people had me heard

Hymnal: Bible Songs #112 (1891) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: Sing loud to God our strength, with joy Languages: English Tune Title: MY PEOPLE WOULD NOT HEAR
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O that my people had me heard

Hymnal: Bible Songs #112 (1897) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: Sing loud to God our strength, with joy Languages: English Tune Title: MY PEOPLE WOULD NOT HEAR
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Psalm 81: Sing loud to God our strength; with joy

Hymnal: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #P87 (1800) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases First Line: Sing loud to God our strength; with joy Lyrics: 1Sing loud to God our strength; with joy to Jacob’s God do sing. 2Take up a psalm, the pleasant harp, timbrel and psalt’ry bring. 3Blow trumpets at new-moon, what day our feast appointed is: 4For charge to Isr’el, and a law of Jacob’s God was this. 5To Joseph this a testimony he made, when Egypt land He travell’d through, where speech I heard I did not understand. 6His shoulder I from burdens took, his hands from pots did free. 7Thou didst in trouble on me call, and I deliver’d thee: In secret place of thundering I did thee answer make; And at the streams of Meribah of thee a proof did take. 8O thou, my people, give an ear, I’ll testify to thee; To thee, O Isr’el, if thou wilt but hearken unto me. 9In midst of thee there shall not be any strange god at all; Nor unto any god unknown thou bowing down shalt fall. 10I am the Lord thy God, which did from Egypt land thee guide; I’ll fill thy mouth abundantly, do thou it open wide. 11But yet my people to my voice would not attentive be; And ev’n my chosen Israel he would have none of me. 12So to the lust of their own hearts I them delivered; And then in counsels of their own they vainly wandered. 13O that my people had me heard, Isr’el my ways had chose! 14I had their en’mies soon subdu’d, my hand turn’d on their foes. 15The haters of the Lord to him submission should have feign’d; But as for them, their time should have for evermore remain’d. 16He should have also fed them with the finest of the wheat; Of honey from the rock thy fill I should have made thee eat. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English
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Sing loud to God our strength; with joy

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P81b (2004) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook Lyrics: 1 Sing loud to God our strength; with joy to Jacob’s God do sing. 2 Take up a psalm, the pleasant harp, timbrel and psaltery bring. 3 Blow trumpets at new moon, and when our feast appointed is: 4 a charge to Israel, and a law of Jacob’s God was this. 5 To Joseph this an ordinance he made, when Egypt land he travelled through, where speech I heard I did not understand. 6 His shoulder I from burdens took, his hands from pots did free. 7 Thou didst in trouble on me call, and I delivered thee: In secret place of thunder I to thee did answer make; and at the streams of Meribah of thee a proof did take. 8 O thou, my people, give an ear, I’ll testify to thee; to thee, O Israel, if thou wilt but hearken unto me. 9 In midst of thee there shall not be any strange god at all; nor unto any god unknown thou bowing down shalt fall. 10 I am the Lord thy God, who did from Egypt land thee guide; I’ll fill thy mouth abundantly, do thou it open wide. 11 My people would not hear my voice, Israel my counsel spurned; 12 I gave them up to their hard hearts, to their own ways they turned. 13 O that my people had me heard, Israel my ways had chose! 14 I had their enemies soon subdued, my hand turned on their foes. 15 The haters of the Lord to him submission should have feign’ed; but as for them, their time should have for evermore remained. 16 He should have also fed them with the finest of the wheat; of honey from the rock thy fill I should have made thee eat. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English Tune Title: PRAETORIUS
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Sing loud to God our strength; with joy

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P81a (2004) Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook Lyrics: 1 Sing loud to God our strength; with joy to Jacob’s God do sing. 2 Take up a psalm, the pleasant harp, timbrel and psaltery bring. 3 Blow trumpets at new moon, and when our feast appointed is: 4 a charge to Israel, and a law of Jacob’s God was this. 5 To Joseph this an ordinance he made, when Egypt land he travelled through, where speech I heard I did not understand. 6 His shoulder I from burdens took, his hands from pots did free. 7 Thou didst in trouble on me call, and I delivered thee: In secret place of thunder I to thee did answer make; and at the streams of Meribah of thee a proof did take. 8 O thou, my people, give an ear, I’ll testify to thee; to thee, O Israel, if thou wilt but hearken unto me. 9 In midst of thee there shall not be any strange god at all; nor unto any god unknown thou bowing down shalt fall. 10 I am the Lord thy God, who did from Egypt land thee guide; I’ll fill thy mouth abundantly, do thou it open wide. 11 My people would not hear my voice, Israel my counsel spurned; 12 I gave them up to their hard hearts, to their own ways they turned. 13 O that my people had me heard, Israel my ways had chose! 14 I had their enemies soon subdued, my hand turned on their foes. 15 The haters of the Lord to him submission should have feign’ed; but as for them, their time should have for evermore remained. 16 He should have also fed them with the finest of the wheat; of honey from the rock thy fill I should have made thee eat. Scripture: Psalm 81 Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 81ST

Sing loud to God our strength, with joy

Hymnal: The Psalms of David, in Metre #d123 (1849) Hymnal Title: The Psalms of David, in Metre
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Sing loud to God our strength; with joy

Hymnal: The Psalms of David, with a selection of standard music appropriately arranged according to sentiment of each Psalm or portion of Psalm (8th ed.) #82b (1865) Hymnal Title: The Psalms of David, with a selection of standard music appropriately arranged according to sentiment of each Psalm or portion of Psalm (8th ed.)

Sing loud to God our strength, with joy

Hymnal: The Psalter #d230 (1872) Hymnal Title: The Psalter

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