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How lovely is your dwelling-place

Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #662 (2013) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 How lovely is your dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me; my thirsting soul longs eagerly within your courts to be. 2 Beside your altars, Lord of all, the swallows find a nest; happy are those who dwell with you and praise you without rest; 3 And happy those whose hearts are set upon the pilgrim ways: you are the water when they thirst, their guide towards your face. 4 How blest are they that in your house for ever give you praise: one day with you is better spent than thousands in dark ways. 5 The Lord will hold back no good thing from those who justly live; to all who trust, the Lord of hosts will all his blessings give. Topics: Dedication Festival; Blessing; Church Worship; Providence; Water Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON
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Calm on the list'ning ear of night

Author: Edmund H. Sears Hymnal: At Worship #120 (1951) Hymnal Title: At Worship Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (Retirement)
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Long as I live, I'll bless Thy Name

Author: Watts Hymnal: Church Book #5 (1890) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Church Book Lyrics: 1 Long as I live, I'll bless Thy Name, God of eternal love! My work and joy shall be the same, In the bright world above. 2 Great is the Lord, His power unknown, And let His praise be great; I'll sing the honors of Thy throne, Thy works of grace repeat. 3 Fathers to sons shall teach Thy Name, And children learn Thy ways; Ages to come Thy truth proclaim, And nations sound Thy praise. 4 Thy glorious deeds of ancient date Shall through the world be known: Thine arm of power, Thy heavenly state, With public splendor shown. 5 The world is managed by Thy hands, Thy saints are ruled by love; And Thine eternal kingdom stands, Though rocks and hills remove. Topics: Worship Praise and Thanksgiving Languages: English Tune Title: HARRINGTON
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Psalm 84

Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #52 (2005) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace, how pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently, yea faints, thy courts to see: my very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out an house wherein to rest; the swallow also for herself hath found her place to nest; 4 Even thine own altars, where she safe her young ones forth may bring, O thou almighty Lord of hosts, who art my God and King. 5 Blest are they in thy house that dwell, they ever give thee praise. And blest are they whose strength thou art, in whose heart are thy ways. Topics: Church Worship; Longing; Praise Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)
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How lovely is your dwelling-place

Hymnal: Common Praise #465 (2000) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Common Praise Lyrics: 1 How lovely is your dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me; my thirsting soul longs eagerly within your courts to be. 2 Beside your altars, Lord of all, the swallows find a nest; happy are those who dwell with you and praise you without rest; 3 And happy those whose hearts are set upon the pilgrim ways: you are the water when they thirst, their guide towards your face. 4 How blest are they that in your house for ever give you praise: one day with you is better spent than thousands in dark ways. 5 The Lord will hold back no good thing from those who justly live; to all who trust, the Lord of hosts will all his blessings give. Topics: Proper 13 Year A Scripture: Psalm 27:4 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON

When all thy mercies, O my God

Hymnal: Hymns and Psalms #573b (1983) Hymnal Title: Hymns and Psalms Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON
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Psalm 84

Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #52 (2008) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 How lovely is thy dwelling-place, O Lord of hosts, to me! The tabernacles of thy grace how pleasant, Lord, they be! 2 My thirsty soul longs vehemently, yea faints, thy courts to see: my very heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for thee. 3 Behold, the sparrow findeth out an house wherein to rest; the swallow also for herself hath found her place to nest; 4 Even thine own altars, where she safe her young ones forth may bring, O thou almighty Lord of hosts, who art my God and King. 5 Blest are they in thy house that dwell, they ever give thee praise. And blest are they whose strength thou art, in whose heart are thy ways. Topics: Church Worship; Longing; Praise Scripture: Psalm 84:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON (RETIREMENT)
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O Thou, from Whom all goodness flows

Author: Thomas Haweis Hymnal: Hymns of the Kingdom of God #257 (1910) Hymnal Title: Hymns of the Kingdom of God Languages: English Tune Title: HARINGTON

'Tis past, the dark and dreary night

Author: Edward Denny Hymnal: Hymns of Worship and Remembrance #300 (1950) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Worship and Remembrance Languages: English Tune Title: HARRINGTON
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Father of me, and all mankind

Hymnal: Methodist Tune Book #83 (1881) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Methodist Tune Book Languages: English Tune Title: HARRINGTON

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