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Get Right With God

Author: Grant Colfax Tullar Hymnal: Gospel Gems Number 1 #85 (1914) Scripture: 10:15 First Line: Don't you hear the Saviour's voice so sweetly calling Refrain First Line: Get right with God, Get right with God Lyrics: 1 Don’t you hear the Saviour’s voice so sweetly calling, From the paths of sin which you so long have trod? On your heart His gentle accents now are falling, Heed His pleading, and get right with God. Refrain: Get right with God, Get right with God, O do not let the Spirit now depart, Get right with God, Get right with God, And grant Him glad admission to thy heart. 2 All around you there are dangers so appalling, There are pitfalls to allure you from the right; But the loving voice of Jesus now is calling, He’ll defend you with His arm of might. [Refrain] 3 Will you heed the Spirit as with tender pleading, He is calling you to leave the paths of sin? While the Saviour now for you is interceding, Will you not the Heav’nly Life begin? [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Don't you hear the Saviour's voice so sweetly calling]
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I Sing the Almighty Power of God

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Baptist Hymnal (1975 ed) #154 (1975) Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: I sing th' almighty pow'r of God Topics: Creation; God Glory and Honor; Praise and Adoration God the Father; Space Languages: English Tune Title: FOREST GREEN
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Genesis 1: Let heav'n arise, let earth appear

Hymnal: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #R1 (1800) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: Let heav'n arise, let earth appear Lyrics: Let heav’n arise, let earth appear, said the Almighty Lord: The heav’n arose, the earth appeared, at his creating word. Thick darkness brooded o’er the deep: God said, ‘Let there be light:’ The light shone forth with smiling ray, and scattered ancient night. He bade the clouds ascend on high; the clouds ascend, and bear A wat’ry treasure to the sky, and float upon the air. The liquid element below was gathered by his hand; The rolling seas together flow, and leave the solid land. With herbs, and plants, and fruitful trees, the new-formed globe he crowned, Ere there was rain to bless the soil, or sun to warm the ground. Then high in heav’n’s resplendent arch he placed two orbs of light, He set the sun to rule the day, the moon to rule the night. Next, from the deep, th’ Almighty King did vital beings frame; Fowls of the air of every wing, and fish of every name. To all the various brutal tribes he gave their wondrous birth; At once the lion and the worm sprung from the teeming earth. Then, chief o’er all his works below, at last was Adam made; His Maker’s image blessed his soul, and glory crowned his head. Fair in th’ Almighty Maker’s eye the whole creation stood. He viewed the fabric he had raised; his word pronounced it good. Languages: English
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Hymn 147

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The #II.147 (1806) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: Now let a spacious world arise, Lyrics: "Now let a spacious world arise," Said the Creator Lord: At once th' obedient earth and skies Rose at his sovereign word. [Dark was the deep; the waters lay Confused, and drowned the land: He called the light; the new-born day Attends on his command. He bids the clouds ascend on high; The clouds ascend, and bear A wat'ry treasure to the sky, And float on softer air. The liquid element below Was gathered by his hand; The rolling seas together flow, And leave the solid land. With herbs and plants, a flowery birth, The naked globe he crowned, Ere there was rain to bless the earth, Or sun to warm the ground. Then he adorned the upper skies; Behold the sun appears; The moon and stars in order rise To make our months and years. Out of the deep th' almighty King. Did vital beings frame, The painted fowls of every wing, And fish of every name.] He gave the lion and the worm At once their wondrous birth; And grazing beasts of various form Rose from the teeming earth. Adam was framed of equal clay, Though sovereign of the rest Designed for nobler ends than they, With God's own image blest. Thus glorious in the Maker's eye The young creation stood; He saw the building from on high, His word pronounced it good. Lord, while the frame of nature stands, Thy praise shall fill my tongue; But the new world of grace demands A more exalted song. Languages: English
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A Summary View of the Creation

Author: Needham Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns #XXVII (1792) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: Look up, ye saints, direct your eyes Lyrics: 1 Look up, ye saints, direct your eyes To Him who dwells above the skies; With your glad notes his praise rehearse Who form'd the mighty universe. 2 He spoke, and from the womb of night At once sprang up the cheering light; Him discord heard, and at his nod Beauty awoke, and spoke the God. 3 The word he gave, th' obedient sun Began his glorious grace to run: Nor silver moon, nor stars delay To glide along th' aetherial way. 4 Teeming with life, air, earth, and sea Obey th' Almighty's high decree; To every tribe he gives their food, Then speaks the whole divinely good. 5 But to complete the wondrous plan, From earth, and dust, he fashion'd Man; In man the last, in him the best, The Maker's image stands confest. 6 Lord, while thy glorious works I view, Form thou my heart and soul anew; Here bid thy purest light to shine, And beauty glow with charms divine. Topics: Creation and Providence; A Summary view of Creation; Creation Of Man; Submission filial Languages: English
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The creation of the world

Hymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs, in Three Books #II.CXLVII (1793) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: "Now let a spacious world arise" Lyrics: 1 "Now let a spacious world arise," Said the Creator Lord: At once th'obedient earth and skies Rose at his sov'reign word. 2 Dark was the deep; the waters lay Confus'd and drown the land: He call'd the light; the new-born day Attends on his command. 3 He bids the clouds ascend on high; The clouds ascend, and bear A wat'ry treasure to the sky, And float on softer air. 4 The liquid element below Was gather'd by his hand; The rolling seas together flow, And leave the solid land. 5 With herbs and plants (a flow'ry birth) The naked globe he crow'd, Ere there was rain to bless the earth, Or sun to warm the ground. 6 Then he adorn'd the upper skies; Behold the sun appears, The moon and stars in order rise, To mark out months and years. 7 Out of the deep th' almighty King. Did vital beings frame, The painted fowls of ev'ry wing, And fish of ev'ry name. 8 He gave the lion and the worm At once their wondrous birth, And grazing beasts of various form, Rose from the teeming earth. 9 Adam was fram'd of equal clay, Tho' sov'reign of the rest; Design'd for nobler ends than they, With God's own image bless'd. 10 Thus glorious in the Maker's eye The young creation stood; He saw the building from on high, His word pronounc'd it good. 11 Lord, while the frame of nature stands, Thy praise shall fill my tongue: But the new world of grace demands A more exalted song. Languages: English
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Let heav'n arise, let earth appear

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #R1 (2004) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Genesis 1 Lyrics: 1 Let heav’n arise, let earth appear, said the Almighty Lord: the heav’n arose, the earth appear'd, at his creating word. 2 Thick darkness brooded o’er the deep: God said, ‘Let there be light:’ the light shone forth with smiling ray, and scatter'd ancient night. 3 He bade the clouds ascend on high; the clouds ascend, and bear a wat’ry treasure to the sky, and float upon the air. 4 The liquid element below was gather'd by his hand; the rolling seas together flow, and leave the solid land. 5 With herbs, and plants, and fruitful trees, the new-form'd globe he crown'd, ere there was rain to bless the soil, or sun to warm the ground. 6 Then high in heav’n’s resplendent arch he plac'd two orbs of light, he set the sun to rule the day, the moon to rule the night. 7 Next, from the deep, th’ Almighty King did vital beings frame; fowls of the air of ev'ry wing, and fish of ev'ry name. 8 To all the various brutal tribes he gave their wondrous birth; at once the lion and the worm sprung from the teeming earth. 9 Then, chief o’er all his works below, at last was Adam made; his maker’s image bless'd his soul, and glory crown'd his head. 10 Fair in the Almighty Maker’s eye the whole creation stood; he view'd the fabric he had rais'd; his word pronounc'd it good. Languages: English Tune Title: ST FLAVIAN
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In the Beginning

Author: Hanna Lam; Sietze Buning; Sietze Buning Hymnal: With Heart and Voice #1 (1989) Meter: 11.9.11.9 Scripture: Genesis 1 First Line: In the beginning the whole world was gloomy Topics: Bible Songs; Descants Languages: English Tune Title: IN HET BEGIN
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Let heaven arise, let earth appear

Hymnal: Hymns of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States, as authorized by the General Convention #4 (1845) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Scripture: Genesis 1 Topics: Creation Languages: English
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I Bind unto Myself Today

Author: Patrick; Cecil Frances Alexander Hymnal: Glory to God #6 (2013) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Scripture: Genesis 1 Lyrics: 1 I bind unto myself today the strong name of the Trinity by invocation of the same, the Three in One and One in Three. 2 I bind this day to me forever, by power of faith, Christ’s incarnation, his baptism in the Jordan river, his death on cross for my salvation, his bursting from the spiced tomb, his riding up the heavenly way, his coming at the day of doom, I bind unto myself today. 3 I bind unto myself today the virtues of the starlit heaven, the glorious sun’s life-giving ray, the whiteness of the moon at even, the flashing of the lightning free, the whirling wind’s tempestuous shocks, the stable earth, the deep salt sea around the old eternal rocks. 4 I bind unto myself today the power of God to hold and lead, God’s eye to watch, God’s might to stay, God’s ear to hearken to my need, the wisdom of my God to teach, God’s hand to guide, God’s shield to ward, the word of God to give me speech, God’s heavenly host to be my guard. 5 Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me, Christ before me, Christ beside me, Christ to win me, Christ to comfort and restore me. Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ in quiet, Christ in danger, Christ in hearts of all that love me, Christ in mouth of friend and stranger. 6 I bind unto myself the name, the strong name of the Trinity by invocation of the same, the Three in One and One in Three, of whom all nature has creation, eternal Father, Spirit, Word. Praise to the Lord of my salvation; salvation is of Christ the Lord! Topics: Christian Year Baptism of Jesus; Christian Year Trinity; Creation; Guidance; Incarnation; Jesus Christ Life; Sovereignty of God; The Triune God; Faith; Living in Christ Languages: English Tune Title: ST. PATRICK

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