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How Good and Pleasant is the Sight

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Red) #293 (1934) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 How good and pleasant is the sight When brethren make it their delight To dwell in blest accord; Such love is like anointing oil That consecrates for holy toil The servants of the Lord. 2 Such love in peace and joy distils, As o'er the slopes of Hermon's hills Refreshing dew descends; The Lord commands His blessing there, And they that walk in love shall share In life that never ends. 3 How good and pleasant is the sight When brethren make it their delight To dwell in blest accord; The Lord commands His blessing there, And they that walk in love shall share In life that never ends. Topics: Brotherly Love; Communion of the Saints; Communion Service; Consecration; Eternal Life; Priesthood Of Believers Scripture: Psalm 133 Languages: English Tune Title: PRESSLY

Great God, we praise the mighty love

Author: Alan Gaunt (born 1935) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #299 (1987) Meter: 8.8.6 D Topics: God's World Marriage, Home, and Children; Easter The Resurrection of Christ; Pentecost 14 The Family Languages: English Tune Title: CORNWALL
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Blest Be the Lord, My Rock, My Might

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Red) #312 (1934) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 Blest be the Lord, my rock, my might, My constant Helper in the fight, My shield, my righteousness, My strong high tower, my Savior true, Who doth my enemies subdue, My shelter in distress. 2 Lord, what is man, what has he wrought, The son of man, that in Thy thought To hold him Thou shouldst deign? For man is like a breath, a sight, His days on earth as quickly fly As shadows o'er the plain. 3 Lord, how Thy heavens, in might descend, Touch Thou the hills, the mountains rend, And they shall smoke and flame; As arrows send Thy lightnings out to put Thy enemies to rout, And fill Thy foes with shame. 4 Stretch forth Thy hand and rescue me From trouble's dark and raging sea, And from the alien throng, Whose mouth but vanity doth speak, Whose hand of strength against the weak Is filled with craft and wrong. 5 Now will I sing a glad new song, Thy praise, O God, I will prolong, For Thou hast heard my prayer; Salvation Thou dost give to kings, Thy own dost keep, with sheltering wings, From hurtful sword and snare. 6 O Thou to Whom in trust I flee, Stretch forth Thy hand and rescue me From all the alien throng, Whose mouth but vanity doth speak, Whose hand of strength against the weak Is filled with craft and wrong. Topics: Brevity And Frailty Of Life; Deliverance From Enemies; God our Helper; Judgment; God of Christ our Refuge; God or Christ as Rock; War and peace Scripture: Psalm 144 Languages: English Tune Title: MALONE
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O Happy Land, Whose Sons in Youth

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Red) #313 (1934) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 O happy land, whose sons in youth, In sturdy strength and noble truth, Like plants in vigor spring; Whose daughters fair, a queenly race, Are like the cornerstones that grace The palace of a king, The palace of a king. 2 O happy land, when flock and field Their rich, abundant increase yield, And blessings multiply; When plenty all thy people share, And no invading foe is there, And no distressful cry, And no distressful cry. 3 O happy people, favored land, To whom the Lord with liberal hand Has thus His goodness shown; Yea, surely is that people blest By whom Jehovah is confessed To be their God alone, To be their God alone. Topics: Harvest; Civil Liberty; Our Nation; Prosperity; Thanksgiving Day; Youth Scripture: Psalm 144 Languages: English Tune Title: SHORTLE
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We sing of God, the mighty source

Author: Christopher Smart Hymnal: The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940 #314 (1940) Meter: 8.8.6 D Topics: God Creator; God In nature; God Majesty of; The Praise of God In his works; Trinity XVI Evening Prayer Opening; Trinity XVII Evening Prayer Opening Tune Title: MAGDALEN COLLEGE
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O God, Regard My Humble Plea

Hymnal: The Hymnbook #329 (1955) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 O God, regard my humble plea; I cannot be so far from Thee But Thou wilt hear my cry; When I by trouble am distressed, Then lead me on the Rock to rest That higher is than I. 2 In Thee my soul hath shelter found, And Thou hast been from foes around The tower to which I flee. Within Thy house will I abide; My refuge sure, whate'er betide, Thy sheltering wings shall be. 3 For Thou, O God, my vows hast heard, On me the heritage conferred Of those that fear Thy name; A blest anointing Thou dost give, And Thou wilt make me ever live Thy praises to proclaim. 4 Before Thy face shall I abide; O God, Thy truth and grace provide To guard me in the way; So I will make Thy praises known, And, humbly blending at Thy throne, My vows will daily pay. Amen. Topics: Aspiration; God Strength and Refuge; Hope; Life in Christ Hope and Aspiration Scripture: Psalm 61 Tune Title: MERIBAH
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O People Blest, Whose Sons in Youth

Hymnal: Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #362 (1990) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 O people blest, whose sons in youth, in sturdy strength and noble truth, like plants in vigor spring; whose daughters fair, a queenly race, are like the cornerstones that grace the palace of a king, the palace of a king. 2 O people blest, when flock and field their rich, abundant increase yield, and blessings multiply; when plenty all thy children share, and no invading foe is there, and no distressful cry, and no distressful cry. 3 O happy people, favored land, to whom the Lord with lib'ral hand has thus his goodness shown; yea, surely is that people blest by whom Jehovah is confessed to be their God alone, to be their God alone. Topics: The Church The Covenant People; Christian Education; Family Worship; Peace and Joy; Prosperity; Temperance Scripture: Psalm 144:12-15 Languages: English Tune Title: SHORTLE
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Except the Lord Conduct the Plan

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Hymnal: The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal #365 (1999) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 Except the Lord conduct the plan, The best concerted schemes are vain, And never can succeed; We spend our wretched strength for naught; But if our works in Thee be wrought, They shall be blest indeed. 2 Lord, if Thou didst Thyself inspire Our souls with this intense desire Thy goodness to proclaim; Thy glory if we now intend, O let our deeds begin and end Complete in Jesus' name. 3 Now, Jesus, now Thy love impart, To govern each devoted heart, And fit us for Thy will; Deep founded in the truth of grace, Build up Thy rising Church, and place The city on the hill. 4 O let our love and faith abound; O let our lives, to all around With purest luster shine; That all around our works may see, And give the glory, Lord, to Thee, The heavenly light divine. Topics: Lay and Ordained Ministry Languages: English Tune Title: MERIBAH

Thee, Jesus, Thee, the sinner's Friend

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-88 Hymnal: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes #369 (1933) Meter: 8.8.6 D Topics: The Christian Life Faith and Regeneration Languages: English Tune Title: PURLEIGH
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I Want the Weeping Prophet's Heart

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Hymnal: The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal #370 (1999) Meter: 8.8.6 D Lyrics: 1 I want the weeping prophet's heart: O might my Lord to me impart Thy bleeding sympathy! On me, Thou Man of griefs, bestow The spring of tears, the depth of woe, The love that was in Thee. 2 I would our desolate Sion mourn By vile intestine vipers torn, By endless tempests tost, A Babel of religious strife, Buried in forms, whose power and life Of godliness is lost. 3 Or if Thou hast a few restored, Yet stranger to their bleeding Lord The multitude remain, Dead to a God they never knew, People, and priests, and princes too Are numbered with the slain. 4 For these I would in secret grieve, Their burden all day long receive, For these incessant pray, And many a mournful vigil keep, Water my couch with tears, and weep My pensive life away. 5 Only regard my dying cries, And bid the ruin'd church arise Which more than life I love, Call all her sons out of their grave, And this whole house of Israel save To sing Thy praise above. Topics: Lay and Ordained Ministry Languages: English Tune Title: GANGES

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