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Unto the Lord of All Creation

Author: Arivd August Afzelius Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Appears in 6 hymnals Matching Instances: 3 Lyrics: 1 Unto the Lord of all creation Thy voice, my soul, in anthems raise. Let ev'ry heart a fit oblation Bring unto Him with songs of praise. O contemplate in humbleness The pow'r and riches of his grace. 2 In Him we live and have our being; And all the hosts of heav'n and earth The living God, all-wise, all-seeing, Thro' His own Spirit brought to birth. His holy Name, writ in His Word, Thro' all the universe is heard. 3 The Lord who laid the earth's foundation, And for the stars their course decreed, Whose hand hath ordered all creation, Provideth for our every need; For God is Love: the Father's care His smallest child shall duly share. 4 From out the gloom mine eye descrieth The Maker's footprints in the sky; the starry chorus testifieth To His eternal majesty; While on my path each tiny flower Proclaims His glory and His power. 5 Into Thy hand, O God Almighty, My weal and woe I will entrust; My need Thou seest who takest pity On every worm that crawls the dust. In pleasure's path or sorrow's way Be Thou my Guide, O Lord, I pray. 6 And when the morning star appeareth, Thy grace, Thy glory we proclaim; When falls the dew, and evening neareth, O Lord, we call upon Thy Name. Upon Thy mercy we rely, Father, Creator, God on high. Amen. Topics: Worship Prayer and Praise; Advent, Second Sunday; Epiphany, Second Sunday; A Day of Thanksgiving or a Harvest Festival; Names and Office of Christ King; Creator and Creation; Faith and Trust; Providence; Thanksgiving; Worship Prayer and Praise Scripture: Psalm 19 Used With Tune: WIE WEISS, WIE NAHE MIR MEIN ENDE
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Baptized into Thy Name Most Holy

Author: Johann Jacob Rambach, 1693-1735 Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Appears in 45 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Lyrics: 1 Baptized into Thy Name most holy, O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, I claim a place, though weak and lowly, Among Thy seed and chosen host; Buried with Christ, and dead to sin, Thy Spirit now shall live within. 2 My loving Father, Thou dost take me To be henceforth Thy child and heir; My faithful Saviour, Thou dost make me The fruit of all Thy sorrows share, Thou Holy Ghost, wilt comfort me, When darkest clouds around I see. 3 And I have vowed to fear and love Thee, And to obey Thee, Lord, alone; I felt Thy Holy Spirit move me, And freely pledged myself Thine own. Renouncing sin to keep the faith, And war with evil unto death. 4 My faithful God, Thou failest never, Thy covenant will e'er abide; Oh, cast me not away forever, Should I transgress it on my side; If I have sore my soul defiled, Yet still forgive, restore Thy child. 5 Yea, all I am, and love most dearly,-- To Thee anew I give the whole; Oh, let me make my vows sincerely, Take full possession of my soul, Let naught within me, naught I own, Serve any will but Thine alone. 6 And never let my purpose falter, O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, But keep me faithful to Thine altar, Till Thou shalt call me from my post; So unto Thee I live and die, And praise Thee evermore on high. Topics: Baptism Used With Tune: WER WEISS, WIE NAHE MIR MEIN ENDE

Guds lof

Author: A. A. Afzelius Appears in 3 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 First Line: Dig skall min själ offer bära Used With Tune: [Dig skall min själ offer bära]
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Auf meinen Jesum will ich sterben

Appears in 32 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Used With Tune: [Auf meinen Jesum will ich sterben]

Szent Lélek Isten, fény serőnek

Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: [Szent Lélek Isten, fény serőnek]
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O Would, My God, That I Could Praise Thee

Author: Johann Mentzer; Miss Catherine Winkworth Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Appears in 14 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 O would, my God, that I could praise Thee With thousand tongues by day and night! How many a song my lips should raise Thee, Who order'st all things here aright! My thankful heart would ever be Telling what God hath done for me. 2 O all ye powers that He implanted, Arise, keep silence thus no more; Put forth the strength that He hath granted, Your noblest work is to adore; O soul and body, make ye meet With heartfelt praise your Lord to greet. 3 O Father, deign Thou, I beseech Thee, To listen to my earthly lays; A nobler strain in heaven shall reach Thee, When I with angels hymn Thy praise, And learn amid their choirs to sing Loud hallelujahs to my King. Amen. Topics: Church Year Trinity Season; Trinity, Twelfth Sunday; Spiritual Dumbness; Praise Used With Tune: WER WEISS, WIE NAHE MIR MEIN ENDE
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Ajar the Temple Gates Are Swinging

Author: Frans Mikael Franzen Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Ajar the temple gates are swinging, Lo! still the grace of God is free. Perhaps when next the bells are ringing The grave shall open unto thee, And thou art laid beneath the sod No more to see this house of God. 2 But if to-day the Lord thou seekest, His blessed gospel to embrace, He who gives strength unto the weakest Shall fill thy heart with truth and grace. In life He will thy footsteps guide, In death He still is at thy side. 3 O come to-day, and do not reckon Upon the day that is not thine. The Lord in mercy still doth beckon: Accept to-day His grace divine. Then shall thy prayers and praises rise A sacred incense to the skies. Amen. Topics: Way of Salvation Invitation to Repentance Used With Tune: WER WEISS, WIE NAHE MIR MEIN ENDE
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Help Us, O Lord, Behold, We Enter

Author: Johann Rist; Miss Catherine Winkworth Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Appears in 29 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Help us, O Lord, behold, we enter Upon another year to-day; In Thee our hopes and thoughts we center, Renew our courage for the way: New life, new strength, new happiness We ask of Thee, O hear and bless! 2 May every plan and undertaking This year be all begun with Thee; When I am sleeping or am waking, Still let me know Thou art with me; Abroad do Thou my footsteps guide, At home be ever at my side. 3 Be this a time of grace and pardon; Thy rod I take with willing mind, But suffer naught my heart to harden, And let me now Thy mercy find; In Thee alone, my God, I live, Thou only canst my sins forgive. 4 And may this year to me be holy; Thy grace so fill my every thought, That all my life be pure and lowly And truthful as a Christian's ought; So make me, while yet dwelling here, Faithful and blest from year to year. 5 Jesus, be with me and direct me; Jesus, my plans and hopes inspire; Jesus, from tempting thoughts protect me; Jesus, be all my heart's desire; Jesus, be in my thoughts all day, Nor suffer me to fall away. 6 Grant, Lord, that when the year is over, That it for me in peace it close; In all things care for me, and cover My head in time of fear and woes; So may I, when my years are gone, Appear with joy before Thy throne. Amen. Topics: Church Year Sunday after New Year; New Year's Day; Christ Longing for; Death Prayer for help in; Hope in God; Mystical union; Sanctification; Christian Soldiers Used With Tune: WER WEISS, WIE NAHE MIR MEIN ENDE
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أنت ابتهاجي منيتي قصدي

Author: سليم كساب Appears in 12 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: WER WEISS

Allt i Gud

Author: S. Ödmann Appears in 4 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: För dig, o Gud, mitt hjärta brinner Used With Tune: [Dig skall min själ offer bära]

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