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A Church established

Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122:4-5 First Line: No sleep nor slumber to his eyes Lyrics: 1 No sleep nor slumber to his eyes Good David would afford, Till he had found below the skies A dwelling for the Lord. 2 The Lord in Zion plac'd his name, His ark was settled there: And there th' assembled nation came To worship thrice a year. 3 We trace no more these toilsome ways, Nor wander far abroad; Where e’er thy people meet for praise, There is a house for GOD. Pause. 4 Arise, O King of grace, arise, And enter to thy rest, Lo! thy church waits with longing eyes Thus to be own'd and blest. 5 Enter with all thy glorious train, Thy spirit and thy word; All that the ark did once contain Could no such grace afford. 6 Here, mighty GOD, accept our vows, Here let thy praise be spread; Bless the provisions of thy house, And fill thy poor with bread. 7 Here let the Son of David reign, Let GOD’s anointed shine; Justice and truth his court maintain, With love and power divine. 8 Here let him hold a lasting throne, And as his kingdom grows, Fresh honours shall adorn his crown, And shame confound his foes.

All are welcome

Author: Marty Haugen (b. 1950) Meter: with refrain Appears in 24 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 First Line: Let us build a house where love can dwell Topics: Strangers and Exiles; Holy Communion; Dedication of buildings; Church unity and ecumenism; Church nature of; Children; The Living God Our Response to God - in the worship of God's house; Visons and Dreams Used With Tune: TWO OAKS

My Heart Was Glad to Hear the Welcome Sound

Meter: Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Topics: Installation And Ordination; House of God ; Worship; Prosperity; Peace and Rest; King, Christ Our; Jerusalem Used With Tune: MORECAMBE

Psalm 122: Let Us Go Rejoicing

Author: Bob Hurd, b. 1950 Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 First Line: How I rejoiced to hear them say Refrain First Line: Let us go rejoicing Topics: Eternal Life/Heaven; The Liturgical Year Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe; Rites of the Church Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: Rite of Entrance into the Order of Catechumens; Rites of the Church Order of Christian Funerals: Funeral Liturgy; Rites of the Church Dedication of a Church; Evening Prayer Morning Psalms, Canticles; Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest Responsorial Psalm; Service Music for Mass Responsorial Psalm; The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (November 9); The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15 Vigil; Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe Year C; Common Psalm for Last Weeks in Ordinary Time; Advent 1 Year A; Kingdom/Reign of God; Joy; The Liturgical Year The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls' Day) (November 2) Used With Tune: [How I rejoiced to hear them say]
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Jerusalem the golden

Author: John Mason Neale (1818-1866); Bernard of Cluny (12th century) Meter: Appears in 833 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Lyrics: 1 Jerusalem the golden, with milk and honey blessed, beneath your contemplation sink heart and voice oppressed: I know not, oh, I know not what joys await us there, what radiancy of glory, what bliss beyond compare. 2 They stand, those halls of Zion all jubilant with song, and radiant with the angels and all the martyr throng; the Prince is ever in them, the daylight is serene, the pastures of the blessèd are decked in glorious sheen. 3 There is the throne of David; and there, from care released, the shout of those who triumph, the song of those who feast; and they who, with their Leader, have conquered in the fight, for ever and for ever are clad in robes of white. 4 O sweet and blessèd country, the home of God's elect! O sweet and blessèd country that eager hearts expect! Jesus in mercy bring us to that dear land above, where you, with God the Father and Spirit, reign in love. Topics: The Holy Spirit The Church Celebrates - Oneness with the Church in Heaven; Communion of Saints; Funerals general; Heaven Used With Tune: EWING


Appears in 793 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Lyrics: Amen. Used With Tune: AMEN

Dear Shepherd of your people, hear

Author: John Newton, 1725-1807 Meter: Appears in 206 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Lyrics: 1 Dear Shepherd of your people, hear, your presence now display; as you have given a place for prayer, so give us hearts to pray. 2 Within these walls let holy peace and love and concord dwell; here give the troubled conscience ease, the wounded spirit heal. 3 May we in faith receive your word, in faith present our prayers; and in the presence of our Lord unburden all our cares. 4 The hearing ear, the seeing eye, the humble mind bestow; and shine upon us from on high, to make our graces grow. Topics: Absolution; Prayer; People of God; Penitence; Nurturing God's People; Ministry of God's People; Invocation; Humility; Healing; Fellowship in the Church; Faith; Anxiety; Worship Gathering Used With Tune: MENDIP
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Glad was my heart to hear

Author: Montgomery Meter: Appears in 36 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Topics: Christian Ordinances and Institutions - The House of God

Pray that Jerusalem may have

Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 Used With Tune: YORK Text Sources: Scottish Psalter, 1650.

Jerusalem, My Destiny

Author: Rory Cooney, b. 1952 Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 122 First Line: Other spirits, lesser gods Refrain First Line: I have fixed my eyes on your hills Topics: Journey Used With Tune: [Other spirits, lesser gods]


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