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John Hopkins

Short Name: John Hopkins
Full Name: Hopkins, John, d. 1570
Birth Year (est.): 1470
Death Year: 1570
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Texts by John Hopkins (74)sort descendingAsInstances
All laud and praise with heart and voiceJ. H. (Author)2
All people hearken and give earJ. H. (Author)3
All people that on earth do dwellHopkins (Author)4
Amid the press with men of mightJ. H. (Author)3
At Bethlehem, in wintery coldJohn H. Hopkins, Jr. (Author)1
Attend my people to my Law, And to my words inclineJ. H. (Author)3
Be light and glad, in God rejoiceJohn H. Hopkins (Author)4
Do not, O God, refrain thy tongueJ. H. (Author)3
Give laud unto the LordJ. H. (Author)3
God is our refuge and our strength, In straits a present aidJohn Hopkins (Author)1
God save me for thy holy NameJ. H. (Author)3
Great is the Lord, and with great praiseJ. H. (Author)3
Have mercy Lord on me I prayJ. H. (Author)3
Have mercy on me Lord afterJ. H. (Author)3
Have mercy on us Lord, And grant to us thy graceJ. H. (Author)3
He that within the secret placeJ. H. (Author)3
O hear my prayer Lord and letJ. H. (Author)1
How pleasant is thy dwelling place!J. H. (Author)3
I mercy will and judgment sing, O Lord God, unto theeJ. H. (Author)1
I said I will look to my ways, For fear I should go wrongJohn Hopkins (Author)3
I waited for the Lord my God, And patiently did bearJohn Hopkins (Author)1
I waited long and sought the LordJ. H. (Author)3
I with my voice to God do cryJ. H. (Author)3
In God the Lord be glad and lightJ. H. (Author)3
It is a thing both good and meetJ. H. (Author)3
Like as the Hart doth breath & brayJ. H. (Author)3
Lord bow thine ear to my requestJ. H. (Author)3
Lord give thy judgements to the KingJohn Hopkins (Author)3
Lord God of health the hope and stayJ. H. (Author)2
Lord, plead my cause against my foes, Confound their force and mightJ. H. (Author)3
My heart doth take in handJ. H. (Author)3
My Lord my God is all distressJ. H. (Author)3
My soul praise thou the Lord alwaysJ. H. (Author)3
My soul to God shall give good heedJ. H. (Author)3
O come let us lift up our voiceJ. H. (Author)2
O God give eare and do applyJ. H. (Author)3
O God my God, wherefore dost thou John Hopkins (Author)1
O God my heart prepared isJ. H. (Author)3
O God the Gentiles do invadeJ. H. (Author)3
O God to me take heedJ. H. (Author)2
O Lord I put my trust in thee, Let nothing put me shameJ. H. (Author)3
O Lord thou didst us cleane forsakeJ. H. (Author)2
O Lord thou dost revenge all wrongJ. H. (Author)3
O Lord unto my voice give earJ. H. (Author)3
O sing a new song to the Lord, For wonders he hath done (Scottish Psalter)John Hopkins (Author)1
O sing ye now unto the LordJ. H. (Author)3
Put me not to rebuke O LordJ. H. (Author)3
Regard O Lord, for I complainJ. H. (Author)3
Save me O God, and that with speedJ. H. (Author)3
Send aid and save me from my foesJ. H. (Author)3
Sing ye with praise unto the Lord A new and pleasant songJohn Hopkins (Author)2
Sing ye with praise unto the Lord, New songs with joy and mirthJohn Hopkins (Author)3
Take pity for thy promise sakeJ. H. (Author)3
That City shall full well endureJ. H. (Author)3
The earth is all the Lords, with allJ. H. (Author)3
The God of gods, the Lord, Hath called the earth by nameJ. H. (Author)3
The Lord as King aloft doth raigneJ. H. (Author)2
The Lord doth reign, wherat the earthJ. H. (Author)3
The Lord doth reign, although at itJ. H. (Author)3
The Lord is both my health and lightJ. H. (Author)3
The Lord is our defence and aidJ. H. (Author)3
The wicked with his works unjustJ. H. (Author)3
Thou hast been merciful indeedJohn Hopkins (Author)3
Thou herd that Israel dost keepJ. H. (Author)2
Thou Lord hast been our sure defenseJ. H. (Author)3
Thy praise alone, O Lord, doth reignJohn Hopkins (Author)4
To all that now in Jewry dwellJ. H. (Author)3
To sing the mercies of the LordJ. H. (Author)2
Unto thee (God) will we give thanksJ. H. (Author)3
Why art thou (Lord) so long from usJohn Hopkins (Author)3
Why dost thou tyrant boast abroadJ. H. (Author)3
Ye people all with one accordJ. H. (Author)3
Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoice, It comely is and rightJ. H. (Author)3
Ye Rulers that are put in trustJ. H. (Alterer)3
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