Thomas Cradock

Short Name: Thomas Cradock
Full Name: Cradock, Thomas, 1718-1770
Birth Year: 1718
Death Year: 1770

Rector of St. Thomas's, Baltimore County, Maryland


Texts by Thomas Cradock (149)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A glorious theme my raptur'd heart inspiresThomas Cradock (Author)English1
All-clement God, attend my earnest cryThomas Cradock (Author)English1
All-clement God, that know'st my honest MindThomas Cradock (Author)English1
All-pow'rful Lord, thy suppliant servant hearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
All you, who in his sacred courts attendThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Almighty Lord, e'er since the world beganThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Approach, ye tribes; with one according voiceThomas Cradock (Author)English1
As pants the hart to taste the limpid floodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Be God of my harmonious song the themeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Benign O hear me; save me, gracious GodThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Blest is the man, who'll not the poor despiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Blest is the man, whose honest soul disdainsThomas Cradock (Author)English1
'Bove all our cities does bright Sion proveThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Clap your glad hands, ye people all, rejoiceThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Come forth, O thou, whose dread avenging armThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Curst with deceitful joy his sottich heartThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Dauntless, thy pow'r I'll sing in noblest laysThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Do thou, just God, a just man's pray'r attendThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Fix'd is my heart; my heart's resolv'd, O GodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
For ever lasts the mercy of the LordThomas Cradock (Author)English1
'Fore thee, O gracious God, I stand confestThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Full oft (may Israel say) invet'rate foesThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Good God, I am not insolent and highThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Great is the Lord; most worthy he of praiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
He's trebly blest, who dreads th' omniscient GodThomas Cradock (Author)English2
His mercies to the good will heav'n ensureThomas Cradock (Author)English1
How glorious, Lord, thy temple? what desiresThomas Cradock (Author)English1
How long, O Lord, will thy dread anger hold?Thomas Cradock (Author)English1
How long wilt thou my troubled soul neglectThomas Cradock (Author)English1
How num'rous, Lord, how strong, how powerful theyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Howe'er dispers'd, ye various nations, hearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
I on the Lord with confidence relyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In hymns of praise will I employ my tongueThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In joyous hymns and in sublimest laysThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In loftiest strains address the mighty GodThomas Cradock (Author)English2
In loftiest strains our sov'reign Lord adoreThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In loftiest strains the great eternal praiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In Sion's sacred fane the joyous layThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In strains before unsung, in noblest laysThomas Cradock (Author)English2
In thee, all-clement God, my hopes I placeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In thee, O God, my constant trust I placeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
In vain perversely, princes, you surmiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Let great Jehovah animate our strainsThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Let me, good God, my righteous suit obtainThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Lo! how restless foes my life pursue!Thomas Cradock (Author)English1
Lord, on thy people let thy mercy shineThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Me, Lord, not in thy dreadful wrath, correctThomas Cradock (Author)English2
My earnest pray'r, O heav'nly father, hearThomas Cradock (Author)English2
My foes assault me with relentless hateThomas Cradock (Author)English2
My God, at early dawn to thee I'll cryThomas Cradock (Author)English1
My great avenger thou, O Lord, to theeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
My injr'd cause, my great protector, pleadThomas Cradock (Author)English1
My light, my great salvation is the LordThomas Cradock (Author)Latin1
My pleading cries, eternal father, hearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
My soul rests only on her mighty GodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
No more be still, just God; no more delayThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Not to ourselves, O God, we ask a nameThomas Cradock (Author)English2
O all ye good, who heav'n-born justice loveThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O bright, O glorious day! resplendent mornThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O dread Jehovah! glorious is thy nameThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O God of mercy, view my pleading tearsThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O gracious God, thy glorious name be prais'dThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O gracious God, why standest thou afar?Thomas Cradock (Author)English2
O Lord, assist; for faith, for honour's flownThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O Lord my God, whom my defence I've madeThomas Cradock (Other...)English1
O sov'reign father, view my stubborn foesThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O sov'reign Lord, my suppliant plainings hearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O Sov'reign Lord, whom my support I proveThomas Cradock (Author)English2
O thou (between the cherubims thy throne)Thomas Cradock (Author)English1
O thou, on whose blest mercy I relyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O thou supreme, that rulest over allThomas Cradock (Author)English1
O thou, who hast o'er all eternal swayThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Of mercy, Lord, of judgment, I will singThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Offended with our crimes, O holy GodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
On great Jehovah who in faith relyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Our cause if heav'n's high king (may Israel say)Thomas Cradock (Author)English1
Our refuge and our strength is heaven's high GodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Our sov'reign Lord has universal swayThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Our sov'reign Lord, the great Jehovah praiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Preserve me, Lord, from that insidious croudThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Preserve me, Lord--on thy blest pow'r reliesThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Reigns great Jehovah; let the people fearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Remember, Lord, the toils that David boreThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Rise, sov'reign Lord, in all thy terrors riseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Sav'd by thy hand, triumphant in thy pow'rThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Save me, my God; protect me from the foeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Sing to the Lord; invoke his sacred nameThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Strict silence keep not, sov'reign Lord--beholdThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Sunk in the depths of woe, to thee I criedThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The bounteous Lord my pastures shall prepareThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The glorious subject of my tuneful songThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The great design if not Jehovah blessThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The impious atheist, in his folly proudThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The Lord Jehovah sing; in noblest laysThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The mighty God I'll love with heart unfeign'dThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The mighty God, whom heav'ns and earth obeyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The mighty Lord, the great Jehovah reignsThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The mind sublimer pleasure ne'er receivesThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The noblest subject swells my lofty layThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The spacious earth, and what the earth containsThomas Cradock (Author)English1
The spacious firmament, that hangs on highThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Tho' oft, O Lord, we've felt thy heavy wrathThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Thou sovereign Lord, that fill's the earth with dreadThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Thrice blest the man, that great Jehovah fearsThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Thrice happy he, whose sins his God forgivesThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Thrice happy they who with religious aweThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Thus to our Christ the Lord Jehovah saidThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Thy glorious deeds, thy mercies, Lord, of oldThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To fancied gods while all the nations bendThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To heav'n who trust his fortunes and his lifeThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, all-clement God, I constant cryThomas Cradock (Author)1
To thee alone, O sov'reign Lord, I cryThomas Cradock (Author)English2
To thee, good God, I ev'ry blessing oweThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, good God, in my distress I pleadThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, in my distress, I prostrate fallThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, O God, in songs of joy we'll raiseThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, O Lord, I made my humble pray'rThomas Cradock (Author)English1
To thee, O sov'reign father, I appealThomas Cradock (Author)English1
What desp'rate madness strikes the heathen? SayThomas Cradock (Author)English1
What nobler subject can the soul employThomas Cradock (Author)English1
When cruel foes with causeless malice armThomas Cradock (Author)English1
When foes with cruel hate beset me roundThomas Cradock (Author)English1
When God all-clement heard his people's criesThomas Cradock (Author)English1
When impious men in worldly splendor liveThomas Cradock (Author)English2
When Israel to their native fields return'dThomas Cradock (Author)English1
When swelling foes, elated with their prideThomas Cradock (Author)English2
When troubles him thee round, when foes distressThomas Cradock (Author)English1
While foes assail'd me round, I bravely saidThomas Cradock (Author)English1
While in sad anguish, Babylon, we satThomas Cradock (Author)English1
While lasts this solid globe, my God, my kingThomas Cradock (Author)English2
While lasts thy dread resentment! Lord, forbearThomas Cradock (Author)English1
While thou permit'st me, Lord, the light t' enjoyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Whilst life, great God, thou giv'st me to enjoyThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Who in thy glorious temple, Lord, shall dwellThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Why boast'st thou, tyrant, thy high crimes aloud?Thomas Cradock (Author)English1
Why does my God forsake me? will no moreThomas Cradock (Author)English1
With ardent voice unto the Lord I cryThomas Cradock (Author)English1
With heart sincere, thy praise, O Lord, I'll singThomas Cradock (Author)English1
With me, ye varied nations, hymn your GodThomas Cradock (Author)English1
With thankful hymns address the mighty LordThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye bright celestial choir, who live aboveThomas Cradock (Author)English2
Ye mighty potentates, enthron'd on highThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye nations all, howe'er dispers'd abroadThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye nations all, howe'er dispers'd, proclaimThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye priests, by night that in his temple waitThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye sages, plac'd on judgment's awful seatThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye scatter'd nations, sing in tuneful laysThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Ye sons of Israel, faithful tribes, attendThomas Cradock (Author)English1
Your maker's praise, ye righteous souls, proclaimThomas Cradock (Author)English1
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