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O God, we praise thee and confess

Author: Nahum Tate Appears in 201 hymnals Matching Instances: 7 Topics: Praise to God His Fatherhood and Love Used With Tune: ANAGOLA

tokoyo ni tsukisenu

Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: ANAGOLA
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O where is He that trod the sea

Author: Thomas T. Lynch Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 54 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Christ Life of Earth; Christ Ministry of; Christ Miracles of; Example of Christ; Feeding of the Multitude; Ministry of Christ; Christ The Physician; Spiritual Healing; Cleansing of the Lepers Used With Tune: ANAGOLA
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Come, let us join our friends above

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 336 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Christians Triumph of; Communion Of Saints; Heaven Redeemed in; Saints Communion of Used With Tune: ANAGOLA
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Once more, O Lord, Thy sign shall be

Author: Bp. G. W. Doane Appears in 21 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Once more, O Lord, Thy sign shall be Upon the heavens displayed, And earth and its inhabitants Be terribly afraid: For, not in weakness clad, Thou com'st, Our woes, our sins to bear, But girt with all Thy Father's might, His judgment to declare. 2 The terrors of that awful day Oh, who can understand? Or who abide, when Thou in wrath Shall lift Thy holy hand? The earth shall quake, the sea shall roar, The sun in heaven grow pale; But Thou hast sworn, and wilt not change, Thy faithful shall not fail. 3 Then grant us, Saviour, so to pass Our time in trembling here, That when upon the clouds of heaven Thy glory shall appear, Uplifting high our joyful heads, In triumph we may rise, And enter, with Thine angel train, Thy palace in the skies. Amen. Used With Tune: [Once more, O Lord, Thy sign shall be]
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When Jesus left His Father's throne

Author: James Montgomery Appears in 126 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 When Jesus left His Father's throne, He chose an humble birth; Like us, unhonored and unknown, He came to dwell on earth. Like Him, may we be found below, In wisdom's paths of peace; Like Him, in grace and knowledge grow, As years and strength increase. 2 Sweet were His words, and kind His look, When mothers round Him pressed; Their infants in His arms He took, And on His bosom blessed. Safe from the world's alluring harms, Beneath His watchful eye, Thus in the circle of His arms, May we for ever lie. 3 When Jesus into Salem rode, The children sang around; For joy they plucked the palms, and strowed Their garments on the ground. Hosanna, our glad voices raise, Hosanna to our King! Should we forget our Saviour's praise, The stones themselves would sing. Topics: For Children Used With Tune: [When Jesus left His Father's throne]
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Life's Praise

Author: Horatius Bonar Appears in 88 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Fill thou my life, O Lord, my God Topics: Joy and Thankfulness Used With Tune: ANAGOLA
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Songs Of Immortal Praise

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 126 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Songs of immortal praise belong Lyrics: 1 Songs of immortal praise belong To my almighty God; He has my heart, and He my tongue To spread His name abroad. 2 How great the works His hand has wrought! How glorious in our sight! And men in every age have sought His wonders with delight. 3 How most exact is nature’s frame! How wise th’eternal mind! His counsels never change the scheme That His first thoughts designed. 4 When He redeemed His chosen sons, He fixed His covenant sure; The orders that His lips pronounce To endless years endure. 5 Nature and time, and earth and skies, Thy heavenly skill proclaim; What shall we do to make us wise, But learn to read Thy name? 6 To fear Thy power, to trust Thy grace, Is our divinest skill; And he’s the wisest of our race That best obeys Thy will. Used With Tune: ANAGOLA Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719
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All beautiful the march of days

Author: Frances Whitmarsh Wile, 1878- Appears in 85 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: ANAGOLA

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