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Lamp of Our Feet Whereby We Trace

Author: Bernard Barton Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 266 hymnals First Line: Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace Lyrics: 1 Lamp of our feet whereby we trace Our path when wont to stray; Stream from the fount of heav'nly grace, Brook by the trav'ler's way: 2 Bread of our souls whereon we feed; True manna from on high; Our guide and chart wherein we read Of realms beyond the sky; 3 Pillar of fire, thro' watches dark, Or radiant cloud by day: When waves would break our tossing bark, Our anchor and our stay: 4 Word of the ever-living God, Will of His glorious Son; Without thee, how could earth be trod Or heaven itself be won? 5 Lord, grant us all aright to learn The wisdom it imparts And to its heavenly teaching turn With simple, childlike hearts. Amen. Topics: The Word Law and Gospel Scripture: Psalm 119:105 Used With Tune: ST. ANNE
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O Lord, do thou bow down thine ear

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 9 hymnals Lyrics: 1 O Lord, do thou bow down thine ear, and hear me graciously; because I sore afflicted am, and am in poverty. 2 Because I’m holy, let my soul by thee preserved be: O thou, my God, thy servant save, that puts his trust in thee. 3 Since unto thee all day I cry, be merciful to me. 4 Rejoice thy servant’s soul; for, Lord, I lift my soul to thee. 5 For thou art very gracious, Lord, and ready to forgive; and rich in mercy, all that call upon thee to relieve. 6 Hear, Lord, my prayer; unto the voice of my request attend: 7 in troublous times I’ll call on thee, for thou wilt answer send. 8 Lord, there is none among the gods that may compare with thee; and to the works which thou hast done, no works can likened be. 9 All nations whom thou mad’st shall come and worship reverently before thy face; and they, O Lord, thy name shall glorify. 10 Because thou art exceeding great, and works by thee are done which are to be admired; and thou art God thyself alone. 11 Teach me thy way, and in thy truth, O Lord, then walk will I; unite my heart, that I thy name may fear continually. 12 O Lord my God, with all my heart to thee I will give praise; and I the glory will ascribe unto thy name always: 13 Because thy mercy toward me in greatness doth excel, and thou delivered hast my soul out from the lowest hell. 14 O God, the proud against me rise, and violent have met, who for my soul have sought; and thee before them have not set. 15 But thou, Lord, art a gracious God and most compassionate; long-suffering, and slow to wrath, in truth and mercy great. 16 O turn to me thy countenance, and mercy on me have; thy servant strengthen, and the son of thine own handmaid save. 17 Show me a sign for good, that they which do me hate may see, and be ashamed: because thou, Lord, didst help and comfort me. Scripture: Psalm 86 Used With Tune: ST ANNE
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O God, whose law is in the sky

Author: M. J. Savage Appears in 9 hymnals Used With Tune: ST. ANN'S
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O Where Are Kings and Empires Now

Author: Arthur Cleveland Coxe Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 295 hymnals First Line: O where are the kings and empires now Lyrics: 1 O where are kings and empires now Of old that went and came? But, Lord, Thy Church is praying yet, A thousand years the same. 2 We mark her goodly battlements, And her foundations strong; We hear within the solemn voice Of her unending song. 3 For not like kingdoms of the world Thy holy Church, O God; Though earthquake shocks are threatening her, And tempests are abroad, 4 Unshaken as eternal hills, Immovable she stands, A mountain that shall fill the earth, A house not made by hands. Amen. Topics: Church, The; Church, The Church Triumphant Scripture: Psalm 48:12-13 Used With Tune: ST. ANNE
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O God, How Wide Thy Glory Shines

Author: Isaac Watts Appears in 308 hymnals First Line: O God, how wide Thy glory shines! Topics: Praise and Worship Praise to God Used With Tune: ST. ANNE
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The Mercies Of My God And King

Author: Henry F. Lyte Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 35 hymnals Lyrics: 1 The mercies of my God and King My tongue shall still pursue: O happy they who, while they sing Those mercies, share them too! 2 As bright and lasting as the sun, As lofty as the sky, From age to age Thy truth shall run, And chance and change defy. 3 The covenant of the King of kings Shall stand for ever sure; And ’neath the shadow of Thy wings Thy saints repose secure. 4 Thine is the earth, and Thine the skies, Created at Thy will: The waves at Thy command arise, At Thy command are still. 5 In earth below, in Heav’n above, Who, who is Lord like Thee? O spread the Gospel of Thy love Till all Thy glories see. Used With Tune: ST. ANNE Text Sources: The Spirit of the Psalms, 1834
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Our God, Our Help in Ages Past

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 1,198 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Our God, our help in ages past, our hope for years to come, our shelter from the stormy blast, and our eternal home: 2 Under the shadow of your throne your saints have dwelt secure; sufficient is your arm alone, and our defense is sure. 3 Before the hills in order stood, or earth received her frame, from everlasting you are God, to endless years the same. 4 A thousand ages in your sight are like an evening gone; short as the watch that ends the night before the rising sun. 5 The busy tribes of flesh and blood, with all their lives and cares, are carried downward by your flood, and lost in foll'wing years. 6 Time, like an ever-rolling stream, bears all its sons away; they fly forgotten, as a dream dies at the op'ning day. 7 Our God, our help in ages past, our hope for years to come: O be our guard while troubles last, and our eternal home. Topics: Funerals; Reformation Day; God His Eternity; God Defender; Life Brevity of; Opening and Closing of the Year; Preservation of Christians; Tribulation and Suffering Prayer in Scripture: Psalm 90 Used With Tune: ST. ANNE (Croft)
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Hail, Sacred Morn! When From The Tomb

Author: Fanny Crosby Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 4 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Hail, sacred morn! when from the tomb The Son of God arose, "Captivity He captive led," And triumphed o’er His foes. 2 Rejoice oh, holy church, rejoice Awake thy noblest strain, Put off thy weeds of mourning now, The Savior lives again. 3 Oh! let thy loud hosannahs reach The portals of the sky, While angels tune their gentle harps And heav’nly choirs reply. 4 "Glory to God He ever lives To plead our cause above, He, He is worthy to receive All honor, power, and love. 5 "Hail, mighty King! we at Thy feet Our grateful homage pay, Accept the humble sacrifice, And wash our sins away. 6 "Then at the resurrection morn, When the last trump shall sound, May we awake to life anew, And with Thy saints be found." Used With Tune: ST. ANNE Text Sources: The Blind Girl, and Other Poems (New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1844)
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O God, the Help of All Thy Saints

Author: Edward Osler Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1. O God, the help of all Thy saints, Our hope in time of ill: We trust Thee, though Thy face be hid, And seek Thy presence still. 2. Why should the men of pride and sin Thy truth and power defy; And boast, as if their evil way Were hidden from Thine eye? 3. Lord, Thou hast seen; arise and save. To Thee our cause we bring; Reign Thou in righteousness and power, For Thou alone art King. 4. All our desires to Thee are known; Thy help is ever near; O first prepare our hearts to pray, And then accept our prayer! Used With Tune: ST. ANNE Text Sources: Psalms and Hymns Adapted to the Services of the Church of England, 1836
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O God, what time thou didst go forth

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 7 O God, what time thou didst go forth before thy people’s face; and when through the great wilderness thy glorious marching was; 8 then at God’s presence shook the earth, then drops from heaven fell; this Sinai shook before the Lord, the God of Israel. 9 O God, thou to thine heritage didst send a plenteous rain, whereby thou, when it weary was, didst it refresh again. 10 Thy congregation then did make their habitation there: of thine own goodness for the poor, O God, thou didst prepare. 11 The Lord himself did give the word, the word abroad did spread; great was the company of them the same who published. 12 Kings of great armies foiled were, and forced to flee away; and women, who remained at home, distributed the prey. 13 Though ye have lain among the pots, like doves ye shall appear, whose wings with silver, and with gold whose feathers covered are. 14 When there the Almighty scattered kings, like Salmon’s snow ‘twas white. 15 A hill of God is Bashan's hill, a towering hill for height. 16 Why do ye frown, ye mountains high, upon the hill of God? Here God desires to dwell, the Lord for aye will make abode. Scripture: Psalm 68:7-16 Used With Tune: ST ANNE

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