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God, Give Your Righteousness to the King

Author: David T Koyzis Meter: D Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: [God, Give Your Righteousness to the King] Scripture: Psalm 72 Text Sources: David T. Koyzis (http://genevanpsalter.redeemer.ca/index.html)

Your People's Songs of Praise Await You

Author: David T Koyzis Meter: D Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: [Your People's Songs of Praise Await You] Scripture: Psalm 65 Text Sources: David T. Koyzis (http://genevanpsalter.redeemer.ca/index.html)

Forth from Thy Courts, Thy Sacred Dwelling

Author: William Kuipers Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals

O Show Me Not My Savior Dying

Author: Josiah Conder Meter: D Appears in 14 hymnals Lyrics: 1. O show me not my Savior dying, As on the cross He bled; Nor in the tomb, a captive lying, For He has left the dead. Then bid me not that form extended For my Redeemer own, Who, to the highest heavens ascended, In glory fills the throne. 2. Weep not for Him at Calvary’s station, Weep only for thy sins; View where He lay with exultation, ’Tis there our hope begins. Yet stay not there, thy sorrows feeding, Amid the scenes He trod; Look up, and see Him interceding At the right hand of God. 3. Still in the shameful cross I glory, Where His dear blood was spilt: His shameful cross, set forth before me, Hath canceled all my guilt. Yet what, ’mid conflict and temptation, Shall strength and honor give? He lives, the Captain of Salvation, Therefore His servants live. 4. By death, He death’s dark king defeated, And overcame the grave: Rising, the triumph He completed; He lives, he reigns to save. Heaven’s happy myriads bow before Him: He comes, the Judge of men: These eyes shall see Him, and adore Him, Lord Jesus, own me then. Used With Tune: WATFORD Text Sources: Congregational Hymn Book, 1836, number 160

Praise Is Your Right, O God, in Zion

Author: Stanley Wiersma, 1930-1986 Meter: D Appears in 5 hymnals Topics: Biblical Names and Places Zion; Earth; Elements of Worship Gathering; Elements of Worship Lord's Supper; Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; God as Creator; God's Wonders; God's Deeds; God's Goodness; God's People (flock, sheep); God's Promise of Redemption; Gratitude; Hymns of Praise; Joy; Occasional Services Thanksgving Day / Harvest Festival; Peace; Prayer Answer to; Prayer; The Creation; Vows; Year A, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, July 10-16; Year A, Thanksgiving Day, Canada, 2nd Monday in October; Year A, Thanksgiving Day, USA, 4th Sunday in November; Year C, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, October 23-20 Scripture: Psalm 65 Used With Tune: GENEVAN 65

There's A Beautiful, Beautiful Land

Author: Henry B. Brenneman Meter: D Appears in 8 hymnals First Line: There’s a beautiful, beautiful land Refrain First Line: Oh, that beautiful, beautiful land Lyrics: 1 There’s a beautiful, beautiful land, ’Tis the home of the blest; Where with Jesus, a glorified band, They forever shall rest. Refrain: Oh, that beautiful, beautiful land Is for you and for me! There to be with the glorified band, Oh, how sweet it will be! 2 In that land is the city of light, Bright and fair, we are told: All its mansions are dazzling and white, And its streets are of gold. [Refrain] 3 There’s no need of the sun in that land, For the Lamb is its light; And He sits at His Father’s right hand, Crowned with glory and might. [Refrain] 4 Oh, how glorious and sweet it must be, In that peaceful abode! Where from sin and from misery free, We shall dwell with our God! [Refrain] 5 There we hope many loved ones to meet, And in tender embrace We in triumph each other shall greet, In that beautiful place. [Refrain] 6 When we get to that home of the blest, From all pain to be free, And with Jesus forever to rest, Oh, how sweet it will be. [Refrain] Used With Tune: HOME OF THE BLEST Text Sources: Hymns and Tunes (Elhart, IN: Mennonite Publishing, 1890)

Let All Exalt Jehovah's Goodness

Author: Dewey Westra Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals Topics: Cornerstone Laying; Deliverance from Death; Praise To God, Jesus Christ; Prosperity; Resurrection of Christ; Triumphal Entry, Christ'S; Worship; Chastening; Conqueror, Christ the Scripture: Psalm 118 Used With Tune: NAVARRE

Some Day, Beyond The Valley

Author: Jennie Wilson Meter: D Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: Some day, beyond the silent valley Refrain First Line: Some blessèd day beyond the valley, Lyrics: 1 Some day, beyond the silent valley, Where sounds no mortal word, Sweet voices speaking to our spirits, In welcome will be heard. Refrain: Some blessèd day beyond the valley, We’ll reach the heav’nly height, With souls redeemed to dwell forever In never fading light. 2 Some day, beyond the somber valley, The vale so still and dim, We shall behold our Savior’s glory, And we shall be like Him. [Refrain] 3 Some day, beyond the lonely valley, Where none can with us go, We’ll join the throng of bright immortals, Their holy rapture know. [Refrain] 4 Some day, beyond the dismal valley, When earthly strife is o’er, We’ll sing the glad new song of Heaven, Rejoicing evermore. [Refrain] Used With Tune: DÜZCE

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