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Penina Moïse

Short Name: Penina Moïse
Full Name: Moïse, Penina
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Texts by Penina Moïse (192)sort descendingAsInstances
A mournful lament for the dead!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Above all honor and all praiseP. M. (Author)2
"Affliction cometh not from dustPenina Moïse (Author)2
All living souls shall bless Thy nameP. M. (Author)3
Almighty God! thy special gracePenina Moïse (Author)2
Almighty God! whose will alonePenina Moïse (Author)2
Begin the holy hymn of praiseP. M. (Author)2
Between the past and future yearPenina Moïse (Author)2
Blest are the enlight'ners of mankindPenina Moïse (Author)2
Blest is the bond of wedded lovePenina Moise (Author)4
"Blest is the man to whom the LordPenina Moïse (Author)2
Bounteous Father! by what causeP. M. (Author)2
Cast me not from Thy presence, Lord!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Comfort ye, O Israel! and lift no moreP. M. (Author)2
Creator of the universe! When I before Thee would rehearseP. M. (Author)2
Daughters of Israel, arise!P. M. (Author)2
Deep silence reigned in Isaac's tentPenina Moïse (Author)2
Descend into thyself, my soul!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Despond not, O my heart!P. M. (Author)2
Divine Disposer of eventsPenina Moise (Author)3
Draw nigh, O Lord! unto my soulP. M. (Author)2
Eternal, almighty, invisible God!P. M. (Author)2
Eternal love is Thine, O God!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Exalted theme of human praiseP. M. (Author)2
Extol the King who, throned abovePenina Moïse (Author)2
Exult, my soul, in consciousness proudPenina Moïse (Author)2
Father of mercies! on this morningP. M. (Author)2
Father of nations! Judge divine!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Father! will abstinence, or prayer, or songP. M. (Author)2
Fear not, fear not, O JeshurunPenina Moïse (Author)2
Firm this cornerstone be laidPenina Moise (Author)3
Formless and void creation stoodP. M. (Author)2
Frail, feeble, inefficient man!P. M. (Author)2
From my voice shall virtue's praise proceedP. M. (Author)2
Gather and worship! The first star of eveP. M. (Author)2
Glorified, throughout all timePenina Moïse (Author)2
Glory and praise to the bountiful SireP. M. (Author)2
Glory not in a gift so vainP. M. (Author)2
Glory to God! whose outstretched handP. M. (Author)2
God of my fathers! in Thy sightP. M. (Author)2
God of power! in Thy giftPenina Moïse (Author)2
God of the earth, the air, the seaP. M. (Author)2
God of the Sabbath! to Thy praiseP. M. (Author)2
God of the universe! unfailing friendPenina Moïse (Author)2
God supreme, to thee I pray, Let my lips be taughtP. M. (Author)2
God supreme, to thee we pray, Let our lips be taughtPenina Moise (Author)5
God! to my spirit's great delightP. M. (Author)2
Great Arbiter of human fatePenina Moise (Author)5
Hallelujah, praise to theePenina Moise (Author)3
Hallelujah! sing ever thus before the LordP. M. (Author)2
Hallow my sabbaths! Will Israel respondPenina Moïse (Author)2
Happy he whom nature mouldethP. M. (Author)2
Have mercy on Thy servant, Lord!P. M. (Author)2
Healer of the wounded heartPenina Moise (Author)3
Hear my voice and grant my pray'rP. M. (Author)2
Hearken not, man! to the voice of self-loveP. M. (Author)2
Holy and everlasting One!Penina Moïse (Author)2
House of Judah, bless the Lord!P. M. (Author)2
How beautiful it is to see, Brethren unite harmoniouslyP. M. (Author)2
How cold that man! to faith how dead!Penina Moise (Author)3
How desolate thy fields and valesP. M. (Author)2
How great, how pure is my delightP. M. (Author)2
How long will man in pleasure mergedPenina Moïse (Author)2
How oft has man, with "heart of stone"P. M. (Author)2
How sad the wintry hours seemPenina Moïse (Author)2
I saw a palace proud and highP. M. (Author)2
I tremble not! Thou, Lord, art nighPenina Moïse (Author)2
I weep not now as once I weptPenina Moïse (Author)2
I wept when from my eager graspPenina Moïse (Author)2
I will still remain with TheePenina Moïse (Author)2
If mortal vision may not meetPenina Moïse (Author)2
In glory, Lord! dost Thou appearP. M. (Author)2
In God, the holy, wise, and justPenina Moise (Author)5
In harmony with Heaven's peacePenina Moïse (Author)2
In holiness, eternal Lord!Penina Moïse (Author)2
In perilous probation hereP. M. (Author)2
In the great scales of human lifeP. M. (Author)2
Intensely radiant was thy peakP. M. (Author)2
Into the tomb of ages pastP. M. (Author)6
Is there within the world's wide boundPenina Moïse (Author)2
It is the solemn Sabbath-dayP. M. (Author)2
Leaders of Israel, arise!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Let choral songs of gladness flowPenina Moïse (Author)2
Let me for present hours borrowP. M. (Author)2
Let the Lord ever be praisedP. M. (Author)2
Let the standard of truth by Judah be plantedP. M. (Author)2
"Let there be love!" it is the lightP. M. (Author)2
Let thy heart forever delight in the LordP. M. (Author)2
Let us to prayer! it is the holy timeP. M. (Author)2
Lift, lift the voice of praise on highP. M. (Author)2
Lo! He sleeps and slumbers notPenina Moïse (Author)2
Look down, O God! with gracious eyeP. M. (Author)2
Lord! let Thy countenance now shinePenina Moïse (Author)2
Lord, me Redeemer and my Rock!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Lord of the world! when I beholdPenina Moïse (Author)2
Lord! what is man, that Thou should'st takePenina Moïse (Author)2
Lord! when I hear Thy holy lawPenina Moïse (Author)2
Man of the world! wilt thou not pausePenina Moïse (Author)2
Many are the pains and sorrowsP. M. (Author)2
Morn breaks upon Moriah's heightP. M. (Author)2
Mournfully chant! for our choir accordsP. M. (Author)2
My God, my Father, and my Guide!P. M. (Author)2
My God! my God! to Thee I clingPenina Moïse (Author)2
My heart is bared to Thee, O Lord!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Not for affliction, gracious God!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Now let the hand of toil suspendPenina Moïse (Author)2
O God, all gracious, In thy giftPenina Moise (Author)4
O God! as we on nature gazePenina Moïse (Author)2
O God! to Thy paternal graceP. M. (Author)2
O God! within Thy temple-wallsPenina Moïse (Author)2
O King of glory! when we contemplatePenina Moïse (Author)2
O man! frail child of finite pow'rs!Penina Moïse (Author)2
O thou! possest of health and bloomP. M. (Author)2
O Thou! who, as the Great UnknownPenina Moïse (Author)2
O Thou! who dwell'st in heights supernalPenina Moïse (Author)2
O thou, whose shrine the sweestest incense bearsP. M. (Author)2
Of all the virtues that we findP. M. (Author)2
Of Heaven's bounties let us singPenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! answer me, my God! this dayP. M. (Author)2
Oh! blest be he who ne'er forgets the poorP. M. (Author)2
Oh! ever adverse to the schemeP. M. (Author)2
Oh! how imperfect, blind, and falsePenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! how shall man with God contendPenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! let us mingle heart and voicePenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! love the Lord with all thy heartP. M. (Author)2
Oh! plaintive be the touch and toneP. M. (Author)2
Oh! sad is nature's aspect nowP. M. (Author)2
Oh! that on morning's dewy wingsP. M. (Author)2
Oh Thou! in whom the power dwellsPenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! turn at meek devotion's callPenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! what avails my destinationPenina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! whence doth human happiness arise?Penina Moïse (Author)2
Oh! where is he who yesterdayP. M. (Author)2
Oh, worship God! approach His shrineP. M. (Author)2
Oh! worship not at glory's shrinePenina Moïse (Author)2
On dim futurity, with idle aimP. M. (Author)2
On Shinar's plain see Babel's tower riseP. M. (Author)2
One God, one Lord, one mighty KingPenina Moise (Author)5
Out of sorrow's depths I cryP. M. (Author)2
Praise the Councellor supreme!P. M. (Author)2
Praise the Lord God, the glorious Supreme!P. M. (Author)2
Praise to the God of nations singP. M. (Author)2
Praise ye the Lord, for it is good, his mighty actsPenina Moise (Author)7
Pray in the night! when silence and the starsP. M. (Author)2
Pray when the morn unveileth her gloriesPenina Moise (Author)5
Prepare and purify my heartPenina Moïse (Author)2
Princes of earth! bend lowly downP. M. (Author)2
Rebuke me not nor chasten mePenina Moïse (Author)2
Refresh'd by sleep, that sovereign balmPenina Moïse (Author)2
Refuge I seek at the shrine of devotionP. M. (Author)2
Remember, man! while thou art youngPenina Moïse (Author)2
Rest for the Lord! The work is doneP. M. (Author)2
Return, O Lord! and let me beP. M. (Author)2
Rude are the tabernacles nowPenina Moïse (Author)2
Source of mercy, truth and grace!P. M. (Author)2
Stranger to that pure ambitionPenina Moïse (Author)2
Stretched languidly upon his couchP. M. (Author)2
The heavens, Almighty! Thy glory declarePenina Moïse (Author)2
The Lord, a watchful guardian, reignsPenina Moïse (Author)2
The Lord of heaven reignsP. M. (Author)2
The prophet to the people saidP. M. (Author)2
Though faith's discordant woshipers may rearP. M. (Author)2
Though I from kindred meet from scornP. M. (Author)2
Though man of all the ruin hearsPenina Moïse (Author)2
Though sorrows may be multipliedPenina Moïse (Author)2
Through the valley of tears as we thoughtfully strayPenina Moïse (Author)2
To man with reason's gift enduedP. M. (Author)2
To smile when we on life's breakers are tostPenina Moïse (Author)2
Truly and tenderly should IP. M. (Author)2
Unless the land where yeP. M. (Author)1
Unto Thine altar, King of Kings!Penina Moïse (Author)2
We bless Thee, O Lord! as the bountiful SourceP. M. (Author)2
We bring not to our holy shrineP. M. (Author)2
We look to Thee, ineffable King!Penina Moïse (Author)2
Weeping, and loth from all she loved to partP. M. (Author)2
What cause hast thou, O Israel for tears?Penina Moïse (Author)2
What painful mem'ries from the buried pastPenina Moïse (Author)2
When Faith, too young for a sublimer creedPenina Moïse (Author)2
When grief on the heart has weighedP. M. (Author)2
When I remember, O my God!P. M. (Author)2
When I would smile, remembrance bringsP. M. (Author)2
When light broke forth at God's commandPenina Moïse (Author)2
When night from nature's kingdom fliesP. M. (Author)2
Wherefore Hallelujah singPenina Moïse (Author)2
While man explores, with curious eyeP. M. (Author)2
Who, God of glory! shall be foundP. M. (Author)2
Who is that angel of the universeP. M. (Author)2
"Why art thou cast down, my soul?" Does not a God in heaven reign?P. M. (Author)2
Why, O heedless mortal! dost thou flyP. M. (Author)2
Why, O man! is not thy soul's desireP. M. (Author)2
With ardent love and reverence deepPenina Moïse (Author)2
Woe unto Zion! she is spoiledP. M. (Author)2

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