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Day of delight and beauty unbounded

Author: Delores Dufner, OSB (b. 1939) Meter: 10.7.10.7.10.10.9 D Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 First Line: Sing of the sun from darkness appearing Topics: Hymns and Spiritual Songs Lent, Holy Week, and Easter Used With Tune: IN DIR IST FREUDE
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Psalm 30

Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:5 First Line: For the night weeping may tarry Refrain First Line: For the night weeping may tarry Lyrics: Response: (Easter & General) For the night weeping may tarry; with the morning light comes joy. Topics: Christian Year Easter Vigil; Psalter; Christian Year Easter Vigil; Christian Year Easter Used With Tune: [For the night of weeping may tarry]

The Lord Is My Hope

Author: M. D. Ridge, B. 1938 Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 First Line: Near to death, I cried "Save me!" Refrain First Line: The Lord is my hope and my glory Topics: Shepherd Used With Tune: [Near to death, I cried "Save me!"]
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Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal

Meter: Irregular Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:1 Lyrics: Choir or Cantor: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Congregation: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Choir or Cantor: O my people, what have I done to thee? or wherein have I wearied thee? Answer me. I brought thee forth out of the land of Egypt, and led thee to a land exceeding good: and thou hast prepared a cross for thy Saviour. Congregation: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Choir or Cantor: Before thee I opened the sea: and with a spear thou hast opened my side. I went before thee in a pillar of cloud: and thou hast brought me to the judgment hall of Pilate. Congregation: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Choir or Cantor: I fed thee with manna in the desert: and thou hast beaten me with blows and stripes. I made thee to drink the water of salvation from the rock: and thou hast made me to drink gall and vinegar. Congregation: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Choir or Cantor: I gave thee a royal sceptre: and thou hast given my head a crown of thorns. I lifted thee up with great power: and thou hast hung me upon the gibbet of the cross. Congregation: Holy God, holy and mighty, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us. Topics: Christ Incarnate Passion and Death; Christian Year Good Friday Used With Tune: TRISAGION AND REPROACHES Text Sources: Trisagion (Early Church); The Reproaches (Gallican Church)
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Life in His favor! Forgiven all sin

Author: Rev. James Yeams Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:5 Lyrics: 1 Life in His favor! Forgiven all sin, Sunshine around me, and comfort within; Sov'reign and Saviour, Redeemer and Friend, Thee will I follow and serve to the end. 2 Life in His favor! the sentence repealed, Pardoned the guilty, the sin-sick one healed; Prodigal welcomed, and sonship restored, Happy the soul in the smile of its Lord! 3 Life in His favor! All else is but vain, Sin's thorny pathways are sorrow and pain; Riches and pleasure a fugitive gleam, Honor and splendor a vanishing dream. 4 Where can be sunshine If night shroud the skies? Darkness broods o'er me until Thou arise; Radiance of mercy, effulgence divine, Sun of salvation, oh, break forth and shine! Used With Tune: LIFE IN HIS FAVOR

Welcome

Author: Laurie Zelman; Mark A. Miller Meter: Irregular with refrain Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:5 First Line: Let's walk together for a while Refrain First Line: singing welcome, welcome to this place Topics: Worship; Jerusalem; Invitation; Hope; Heaven; Healing; Hands; Griefs; Grace; Feast; Ecumenism; Earth and Environment; Dreams; Dancing; City of God; Church; Christian Year and Observances Pentecost; Builder; Joy; Kneeling; Least; Welcome; Voices; Unity; Togetherness; Times; Table; Sharing; Service to Others; Seeds; Presence (God); Prayer; Power and Might; Plant; Places; World Peace; Loneliness; Light; Brothers; Body of Christ; Worship; Jerusalem; Invitation; Hope; Heaven; Healing; Hands; Griefs; Grace; Feast; Ecumenism; Earth and Environment; Dreams; Dancing; City of God; Church; Builder; Brothers; Joy; Kneeling; Least; Welcome; Voices; Unity; Togetherness; Times; Table; Sharing; Service to Others; Seeds; Presence (God); Prayer; Power and Might; Plant; Places; World Peace; Loneliness; Light; Body of Christ Used With Tune: WELCOME

Come Sing to God

Author: Fred R. Anderson Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 First Line: Come sing to God, O living saints Topics: Supplication Used With Tune: ELLACOMBE
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Exaltabo te Domine

Author: J. H. Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 First Line: All laud and praise with heart and voice Lyrics: 1 All laud and praise with heart and voice O Lord, I give to thee: Which didst not make my foes rejoyce, but hast exalted me. 2 O Lord my God, to thee I cri'd in all my paine and griefe Thou gav'st an eare, and didst provide to ease me with reliefe. 3 Of thy good will thou hast cald back my soule from hell to save: Thou didst revie when strength did lack and kepest me from the grave. 4 Sing praise ye Saints that prove and see the goodnesse of the Lord: In memory of his Majesty rejoyce with one accord. 5 For why? his anger but a space doth last and slack againe: But in his favour and his grace alwaies doth life remaine. Though gripes and grief and pangs full sore shall lodge with us all night: The Lord to joy shall us restore before the day be light. 6 When I enjoy'd the world at will, thus would I boast and say: Tush, I am sure to feele none ill, this wealth shall not decay. 7 For thou O Lord of thy good grace hadst sent me strength and aid; But when thou turn'st away thy face, my mind was sore dismaid, 8 Wherefore againe yet did I cry to thee O Lord of might: My God with plaints I did apply, and pray'd both day and night. 9 What gaine is in my blood (said I) if death destroy my daie? Doth dust declare thy Majesty, or yet thy truth doth praise? 10 Wherefore my God some pity take, O Lord I thee desire: Do not this simple soule forsake, of help I thee require. 11 Then didst thou turn my grief & woe into a cheerfull voice: The mourning weed thou tolok'st me fro, and mad'st me to rejoyce, 12 Wherefore my soule uncessantly shall sing unto thy praise: My Lord my God to thee will I give laud and thanks alwais. Used With Tune: [All laud and praise with heart and voice]

O Lord, we come in gratitude

Author: Cleo Hanthorne Moon Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:1-4 Topics: Christ Love of; God Love of; Healing; The Sick; Sin; Trust; The Church and The Sacraments Health and Healing Used With Tune: ST. MARGARET

I will exalt you, O Lord

Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 Topics: Despair and Trouble; Joy Used With Tune: [I will exalt you, O God] Text Sources: Psalter for the Christian People

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