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His Name for ever shall endure

Meter: Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Topics: God The Lord Jesus Christ - His Advent and Nativity; The Church of God Missions Used With Tune: DUNFERMLINE Text Sources: Scottish Psalter, 1650

Psalm 72: Every Nation on Earth

Author: Michael Joncas Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 First Line: O God, with your judgment endow the king Refrain First Line: Ev'ry nation on earth will adore you, Lord Topics: Seasons and Feasts Epiphany; Seasons and Feasts Christ the King; Advent II Used With Tune: [O God, with your judgment endow the king]
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Lord, let thy just Decrees the King

Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Lyrics: 1 Lord, let thy just Decrees the King in all his Ways direct; And let his Son, throughout his Reign, thy righteous Laws respect. 2 So shall he still thy People judge with pure and upright Mind, Whilst all the helpless Poor shall him their just Protector find. 3 Then Hills and Mountains shall bring forth the happy Fruits of Peace; Which all the Land shall own to be the work of Righteousness: 4 Whilst he the poor and needy Race shall rule with gentle Sway, And from their humble Necks shall take oppressive Yokes away. 5 In ev'ry Heart, thy awful Fear shall then be rooted fast, As long as Sun and Moon endure, or Time itself shall last. 6 He shall descend like Rain, that chears the Meadows second Birth; Or like warm Show'rs, whose gentle Drops refresh the thirsty Earth. 7 In his blest Days the Just and Good shall be with Favour crown'd; The happy Land shall ev'ry-where with endless Peace abound. 8 His uncontroul'd Dominion shall from Sea to Sea extend; Begin at proud Euphrate's Streams, at Nature's Limits end. 9 To him the savage Nations round shall bow their servile Heads: His vanquish'd Foes shall lick the Dust where he his Conquest spreads. 10 The Kings of Tarshish, and the Isles, shall costly Presents bring; From spicy Sheba Gifts shall come, and wealthy Saba's King. 11 To him shall ev'ry King on Earth his humble Homage pay; And diff'ring Nations gladly join to own his righteous Sway. 12 For he shall set the Needy free, when they for Succour cry; Shall save the Helpless, and the Poor, and all their Wants supply. Part II 13 His Providence, for needy Souls, shall due Supplies prepare; And over their defenceless Lives shall watch with tender Care. 14 He shall preserve and keep their souls from Fraud and Rapine free; And in his sight their guiltless Blood of mighty Price shall be. 15 Therefore shall God his Life and Reign to many Years extend; Whilst Eastern Princes Tribute pay, and golden Presents send. For him shall constant Pray'rs be made thro' all his prosp'rous Days: His just Dominion shall afford a lasting Theme of Praise. 16 Of useful Grain, through all the Land, great Plenty shall appear: A Handful sown on Mountain-tops a mighty Crop shall bear: Its Fruit, like Cedars shook by Winds, a rattling Noise shall yield: The City too shall thrive, and vie, for Plenty, with the Field. 17 The Mem'ry of his glorious Name thro' endless Years shall run; His spotless Fame shall shine as bright and lasting as the Sun. In him the Nations of the World shall be completely bless'd, And his unbounded Happiness by ev'ry Tongue confess'd. 18 Then bless'd be God, the mighty Lord, the God whom Israel fears; Who only wond'rous in his Works, beyond Compare, appears. 19 Let Earth be with His Glory fill'd; for ever bless His Name; Whilst to His Praise the list'ning World their glad Assent proclaim.

Que en sus días florezca la justicia (Justice shall flourish in his time)

Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Topics: Second Sunday of Advent A; Segundo Domingo de Adviento A Used With Tune: [Que en sus días florezca la justicia]
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Judge Eternal

Author: Henry S. Holland Meter: Appears in 97 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72:4 First Line: Judge eternal, throned in splendor Lyrics: 1 Judge eternal, throned in splendor, Lord of lords and King of kings, With thy living fire of judgment Purge this land of bitter things; Solace all its wide dominion With the healing of Thy wings. 2 Still the weary folk are pining For the hour that brings release; And the city's crowded clangor Cries aloud for sin to cease; And the homesteads and the woodlands Plead in silence for their peace. 3 Crown, O God, Thine own endeavor; Cleave our darkness with Thy sword; Feed the faint and hungry peoples With the richness of Thy Word; Cleanse the body of this nation Through the glory of the Lord. Amen. Used With Tune: RHUDDLAN

Christ Shall Have Dominion

Meter: D with refrain Appears in 19 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Topics: Jerusalem; King, Christ Our; Offerings; Kingdom of Christ; Poor Used With Tune: ST. GERTRUDE

Se postrarán ante ti, Señor (Lord, ev'ry nation on earth]

Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Topics: Epiphany of the Lord ABC; Epifanía del Señor ABC Used With Tune: [Se postrarán ante ti, Señor]

Psalm 72:1-7, 10-14, 18-19 (A Responsorial Setting)

Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 First Line: In his days justice will flourish Topics: Royal Psalms; God's Armor; God's Glory; God's law; Mission; New Creation; Occasional Services Civic / National Occasions; Peace; Poverty; God as King; Rulers; Salvation; Social Justice; The Needy; Truth; Year A, Advent, 2nd Sunday; Year A, B, C, Epiphany, Epiphany of our Lord (January 6 or Sunday before Epiphany); Church Year Christ the King; Biblical Names and Places David; Biblical Names and Places Israel; Biblical Names and Places Jesse; Biblical Names and Places Seba; Biblical Names and Places Sheba; Biblical Names and Places Tarshish; Church Year Advent; Church Year Ascension of the Lord; Atonement; Church Year Epiphany; Doxologies; Earth; Elements of Worship Gathering; Elements of Worship Lord's Supper; Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; Elements of Worship Sending Used With Tune: [In his days justice will flourish] Text Sources: Evangelical Lutheran Worship (Psalm text)
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Hark, the glad sound! the Savior comes

Author: Doddridge Meter: Appears in 765 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72:4 Lyrics: 1 Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes, The Saviour promised long; Let every heart prepare a throne, And every voice a song. 2 He comes the prisoner to release, In Satan's bondage held; The gates of brass before him burst, The iron fetters yield. 3 He comes, from thickest films of vice, To clear the mental ray, And on the eyes long closed in night To pour celestial day. 4 He comes, the broken heart to bind, The bleeding soul to cure, And, with the treasures of his grace, Enrich the humble poor. 5 Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace, Thy welcome shall proclaim, And heaven's eternal arches ring With thy beloved name. Topics: Christ Incarnation; Object of Christ's Advent
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Hasten, Lord, the glorious time

Author: Harriet Auber Meter: Appears in 277 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 72 Topics: Church Work; Kingdom of Christ Prayer for; Kingdom of Christ Triumph of; Missions Success of; Social Progress Used With Tune: [PLEYEL'S HYMN]


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