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O for a soul aglow with love

Author: William J. Kirkpatrick Appears in 15 hymnals Matching Instances: 10 Used With Tune: O FOR A SOUL
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Hallowed Memories

Meter: Appears in 6 hymnals Matching Instances: 4 First Line: I thought upon the days of old Lyrics: 1 I thought upon the days of old, The years departed long, I held communion with my heart, By night recalled my song. 2 My heart inquired with anxious care, Will God forever spurn? Shall we no more His favor see? Will mercy ne'er return? 3 Forever shall His promise fail? Has God forgotten grace? Has He withdrawn His tender love, In anger hid His face? 4 These doubts are my infirmity, My thoughts at once reply; I call back years of God's right hand, The years of God Most High. 5 I will commemorate, O Lord, Thy wondrous deeds of old, And meditate upon Thy works Of pow'r and grace untold. 6 O God, most holy is Thy way, Most perfect, good, and right; Thou art the only living God, The God of wondrous might. Topics: Comfort in Trials; Covenant Keeping; Despondency; God Adored and Exalted; God Attributes of; God Holiness of; God Works of; Grace Abounding; Grace Justifying; Meditation; The Past; Patience Scripture: Psalm 77 Used With Tune: SAXONY

O Lord, Our Lord, How Wondrous Great

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 67 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Is Thine exalted name! The glories of Thy heav’nly state Let men and babes proclaim. 2. When I behold Thy works on high, The moon that rules the night, And stars that well adorn the sky, Those moving worlds of light; 3. Lord, what is man, or all his race, Who dwells so far below, That Thou shouldst visit him with grace, And love his nature so? 4. That Thine eternal Son should bear To take a mortal form; Made lower than His angels are, To save a dying worm? 5. Yet while He lived on earth unknown, And men would not adore, Th’ obedient seas and fishes own His Godhead and His power. 6. The waves lay spread beneath His feet; And fish, at His command, Bring their large shoals to Peter’s net, Bring tribute to His hand. 7. These lesser glories of the Son Shone through the fleshly cloud; Now, we behold him on His throne, And men confess Him God. 8. Let Him be crowned with majesty, Who bowed His head to death; And be His honors sounded high, By all things that have breath. 9. Jesus, our Lord, how wondrous great Is Thine exalted name! The glories of Thy heav’nly state Let the whole earth proclaim. Used With Tune: SAXONY (Kirkpatrick) Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719
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God's Statutes a Law of Rectitude

Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: O Lord, thou ever righteous art Topics: Afflictions Many and sore; Bible Perfect and Pure; Christ Righteousness of; Comfort in Trials; God Just; God Righteous; Gospel Fullness of; Immortality; Praise For God's Righteousness; Zeal True Scripture: Psalm 119:103-108 Used With Tune: [O Lord, thou ever righteous art]

The King, O Lord, With Songs Of Praise

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: D Appears in 14 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 The king, O Lord, with songs of praise Shall in Thy strength rejoice; And blest with Thy salvation raise To Heaven his cheerful voice. 2 Thy sure defense through nations round Has spread his glorious name; And his successful actions crowned With majesty and fame. 3 Then let the king on God alone For timely aid rely; His mercy shall support the throne, And all our wants supply. 4 But, righteous Lord, his stubborn foes Shall feel Thy dreadful hand; Thy vengeful arm shall find out those That hate his mild command. 5 When Thou against them dost engage, Thy just, but dreadful doom Shall, like a fiery oven’s rage, Their hopes and them consume. 6 Thus, Lord, Thy wondrous power declare, And thus exalt Thy fame; Whilst we glad songs of praise prepare For Thine almighty name. Used With Tune: SAXONY Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

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