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The toil of brain, or heart, or hand

Author: Thomas W. Freckleton, 1827-1903 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #360 (1917) Hymnal Title: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book Lyrics: 1 The toil of brain, or heart, or hand, Is man's appointed lot; He who God's call can understand, Will work and murmur not. Toil is no thorny crown of pain, Bound round man's brow for sin; True souls from it all strength may gain, High manliness may win. 2 O God! who workest hitherto, Working in all we see, Fain would we be, and bear, and do, As best it pleaseth Thee. Where'er Thou sendest we will go, Nor any question ask, And what Thou biddest we will do, Whatever be the task. 3 Our skill of hand, and strength of limb, Are not our own, but Thine; We link them to the work of Him Who made all life divine! Our brother-friend, Thy holy Son, Shared all our lot and strife; And nobly will our work be done, If moulded by His life. Topics: The Church and the Kingdom of God Social Service; Labour Dignity of Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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Show me Thy face one transient gleam

Author: Unknown Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #434 (1917) Hymnal Title: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book Lyrics: 1 Show me Thy face one transient gleam Of loveliness divine, And I shall never think nor dream Of other love save Thine; All lesser light will darken quite, All lower glories wane, The beautiful of earth will scarce Seem beautiful again. 2 Show me Thy face my faith and love Shall henceforth fixed be, And nothing here have power to move My soul's serenity; My life shall seem a trance, a dream, And all I feel and see Illusive, visionary, Thou, The one Reality! 3 Show me Thy face I shall forget The weary days of yore, The fretting ghosts of vain regret Shall haunt my soul no more; All doubts and fears for future years In quiet trust subside, And nought but blest content and calm With my breast abide. 4 Show me Thy face the heaviest cross Will then seem light to bear, There will be gain for every loss, And peace with every care; With such light feet the years shall fleet, Life seem as brief as blest, Till I have laid my burden down, And entered into rest. Topics: The Christian Life Aspiration and Prayer; Face, of God; God Face of; God Longing for; Longing For God Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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O King of Kings! O Lord of Hosts!

Author: Henry Burton Hymnal: Social Hymns of Brotherhood and Aspiration #92 (1914) Hymnal Title: Social Hymns of Brotherhood and Aspiration Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM

O beautiful for spacious skies

Author: Katharine Lee Bates Hymnal: The Council Hymnal #93 (1912) Hymnal Title: The Council Hymnal Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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And Let This Feeble Body Fail

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #80 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. And let this feeble body fail, And let it droop and die; My soul shall quit the mournful vale, And soar to worlds on high; Shall join the disembodied saints, And find its long sought rest, That only bliss for which it pants, In my Redeemer’s breast. 2. In hope of that immortal crown I now the cross sustain, And gladly wander up and down, And smile at toil and pain: I suffer out my threescore years, Till my Deliverer come, And wipe away His servant’s tears, And take His exile home. 3. O what hath Jesus bought for me! Before my ravished eyes Rivers of life divine I see, And trees of paradise: I see a world of spirits bright, Who taste the pleasures there; They all are robed in spotless white, And conquering palms they bear. 4. O what are all my sufferings here, If, Lord, Thou count me meet With that enraptured host to appear, And worship at Thy feet! Give joy or grief, give ease or pain, Take life or friends away, But let me find them all again In that eternal day. Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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O King of Kings, O Lord of Hosts

Author: Henry Burton Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #5046 Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. O King of kings, O Lord of hosts, whose throne is lifted high Above the nations of the earth, the armies of the sky, The spirits of perfected saints may give their nobler songs And we, Thy children, worship Thee, to whom all praise belongs. 2. Thy hand has hid within our fields treasures of countless worth; The light, the suns of other years, shine from the depths of earth; The very dust, inbreathed by Thee, the clods all cold and dead, Wake into beauty and to life, to give Thy children bread. 3. Thou who hast sown the sky with stars, and set Thy thoughts in gold, Hast crowned our nation’s life, and ours, with blessings manifold; Thy mercies have been numberless; Thy love, Thy grace, Thy care, Were wider than our utmost need, and higher than our prayer. 4. O King of kings, O Lord of hosts, our fathers’ God and ours! Be with us in the future years; and if the tempest lowers, Look through the cloud with light of love, and smile our tears away And lead us through the brightening years to Heaven’s eternal day. Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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O King of kings, O Lord of hosts

Author: Henry Burton Hymnal: The Hymnal of Praise #390 (1913) Hymnal Title: The Hymnal of Praise Topics: The Nation Patriotism Tune Title: REX REGUM

O King of kings, O Lord of hosts

Author: Henry Burton, 1840-1930 Hymnal: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes #888 (1933) Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes Topics: National and Social Service Queen and Nation Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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And let this feeble body fail

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: The Methodist Hymnal #607 (1905) Hymnal Title: The Methodist Hymnal Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM
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O King of kings, O Lord of hosts

Author: Henry Burton Hymnal: The Methodist Hymnal #714 (1905) Hymnal Title: The Methodist Hymnal Languages: English Tune Title: REX REGUM

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