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With Humble Justice Clad and Crowned

Author: Brian Wren Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 First Line: [With Humble Justice Clad and Crowned] Text Sources: New Beginnings (Hope Publishing Company,, 1993)

Psalm 72:1-17

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72:1-17 First Line: I will give you as a light to the nations Refrain First Line: I will give you as a light to the nations Lyrics: Response: (Advent, Epiphany & General) I will give you as a light to the nations, my salvation to the ends of the earth. Topics: Christian Year Epiphany; Psalter; Christian Year Advent; Christian Year Epiphany Used With Tune: [I give you as a light to the nations]
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Give, Lord, the King, thy clearest Light

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 Lyrics: 1. Give, Lord, the King, thy clearest Light; Thy Righteousness give to his Son, 2. That he may judge thy People right, And to the Poor, see Justice done. 3. Then, from the lofty Mounts, shall flow Sweet Peace, and all thy People bless; The little Hills shall like them grow. In happy Fruits of Righteousness. 4. He'll vindicate the injur'd Poor, And save the Off-spring of the Just; But, the Oppressor's haughty Pow'r, Shall break, and crumble into Dust. 5. They shall Thee fear, while Sun and Moon, Perform their Course, thro' Ages all, 6. He'll come, as Rain on Grass new mown, As wat'ring Show'rs on dry Land fall. 7. The Just shall flourish, in his Day; And Peace abound, 'till there's no Moon. 8. From Sea to Sea, shall reach his Sway, From River, to the setting Sun. 9. They who in Deserts, have their Seat, In Homage, bow before him must; His Foes shall, couching at his Feet, In low Prostrations, lick the Dust. 10. The Kings of Tarshish, and the Isles, Shall costly Presents to him bring; Sheba's high Lords shall offer Spoils, And rich Gifts Saba's wealthy King. 11. Before him, all the Kings on Earth Shall fall, and Homage to him pay; All Nations, from the South, to North, As sov'reign Lord, shall him obey. Second Part 11. For, such as want, and helpless are, He'll free; when they his Help implore. 13. The destitute, in Pity, spare; And save the Souls shall of the Poor. 14. From Fraud, and Violence, he will Redeem their Soul, by his great Might; Their Blood, unjustly sought to spill, Shall very dear be in his Sight. 15. And he shall live; and Sbeba's Gold, To Him as Tribute shall be paid; Daily his Name shall be extol'd, While constant Pray'rs are for him made. l6. Corn, sprinkled on the Mountains Top, Like Lebanon, shall shake, and sound, So full the Ears, so thick the Crop; In Cities Men, like Grass, abound. 17. His Name forever shall endure, And be transmitted with the Sun; All Nations Bliss, from him, procure, And him proclaim the blessed One. i8. Bless'd be Jehovah, God most High, The God of fav'rite Isr'el's Seed; From him alone, in Earth, and Sky, The things that wond'rous are proceed. 59. And blessed be his glorious Name Forever; let the whole Earth then Be filled with his glorious Fame. To which we shout, Amen; Amen.
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A Psalm for Solomon

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 First Line: O God, thy judgments give the King Lyrics: 1 O God thy judgments give the king; Thy justice likewise to his son. 2 Just judgment he thy folk shall bring, And to thy poor see judgment done. 3 The mountains shall abundantly Unto the people bring forth peace; The little hills acordingly By executing righteousness. 4 Poor of the people judge he shall, And children of the needy save; He shall to pieces break ev'n all, Them that with fraud oppressed have. 5 They shall thee fear while sun and moon Endure, through generations all. 6 Like rain on mown grass he shall come, As show'rs on earth distilling fall. 7 The just shall flourish in his days, And store of peace till no moon be. 8 And from the seas unto the seas, From flood to land-end reign shall be. 9 They that dwell in the wilderness Themselves before him bow they must; And they who are his enemies They verily shall lick the dust. 10 Upon him presents shall bestow Of Tarshish and the isles the kings; Sheba's, and Seba's kings also Shall unto him give offerings. 11 Yea unto him all kings shall fall, And serve him ev'ry nation. 12 For needy crying save he shall, The poor an helper that hath none. 13 The poor and needy spare shall he, The souls shall of the needy save. 14 Their souls from fraud and wrong set free By him shall they redemption have; Their blood shall be in his eyes dear. 15 And he shall live, and Sheba's gold They shall him give; still by him pray'r Shall be, and daily be extoll'd. 16 Of corn an handful shall be there I'th' land the mountains tops upon; Whose fruit in shaking shall appear Like as the trees of Lebanon: And who are of the city they Like grass on earth shall flourish all. 17 His name it shall endure for aye As long as sun continue shall. Ev'n so his name continue shall: And men in him themselves shall bless: And of the world the nations all Shall him the blessed one profess. 18 O let Jehovah blessed be. The God, the God of Israel, For by himself alone doth he Work things that wond'rous are to tell. 19 And blessed be his glorious name For ever, let the earth fill'd be Full with the glory of the same, Amen, also Amen say we. For Common Tunes: And aye be blest his glorious name Let all the earth fill'd be Likewise with glory of the same. Amen, Amen say we.

Cristo Jesus com Poder Reinará

Author: Werner Kaschel; Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 Used With Tune: DUKE STREET
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Psalm 72

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 First Line: Hail to God's own anointed, who rules in equity Topics: Jesus Christ Youth; Water; Vision/Dream; Time; Second Coming; Salvation; Processionals (Opening of Worship); Prisoner(s); Prayer; Oppression; Kingdom Of God; Justice; Biblical Characters David; Jesus Christ Son of God/Man (David); Jesus Christ Second Coming; Jesus Christ Reign; Jesus Christ name; Jesus Christ Love of; Jesus Christ Lord of Life; Jesus Christ Kingship, Conqueror; Jesus Christ Adoration and Praise; God Sovereignty; Covenant; Christian Year Epiphany Used With Tune: [Hail to God's own anointed]

How Long, O Lord, How Long

Author: Herman G. Stuempfle Jr, 1923-2007 Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72:1-4 Topics: Culture, Community & Nation; Homelessness; Lament Community; Poverty and Oppression; Reconciliation to Each Other; Social Justice; War and Revolution Used With Tune: TRENTHAM

When Asked, Who Is My Neighbor

Author: Emily R. Brink Meter: D Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72:1-4 First Line: When asked, who is my neighbor? Topics: Culture, Community & Nation; Jesus Christ Redeemer; Jesus Christ Second Coming; Justice; Lament Community; New Heaven and Earth; Poverty and Oppression; Hymns That Are Prayer Used With Tune: LLANGLOFFAN

Let Justice Flow

Author: Douglas Romanow Meter: Irregular Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72:1-4 First Line: Flow to the mouths of the hungry Refrain First Line: Let justice flow down, down like a river Topics: Culture, Community & Nation; Homelessness; Hunger; Orphans; Poverty and Oppression; Prisoners; War and Revolution Used With Tune: LET JUSTICE FLOW
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Let me, good God, my righteous suit obtain

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 72 Lyrics: 1 Let me, good God, my righteous suit obtain; Impartial o'er my people let me reign; And for my son (O hear a father's pray'r) Some portion of thy justice let him share; 2 By equal laws thy favour'd nations sway, Nor turn from pleading poverty away. 3 Then shall the hills exalt their heads in peace; The woods and plains shall heav'n-born justice bless. 4 With equity the injur'd let him hear, While hard oppressors his resentment fear. Safe let the poor to his protection fly, Assur'd, that he'll immediate aid supply: 5 That, while the beamy sun shall gild the day, And the pale moon mines forth with borrow'd ray, The ages yet to come may dread thy pow'r, Thy will revere, thy glorious name adore. 6 Down from above return the heav'n-born maid, And o'er the nations all her influence shed; As from thy goodness falls the fleecy rain, And spreads a glorious plenty o'er the plain. 7 His sceptre let the virtues all attend; Prove to the virtuous he a steady friend; Long let them flourish, while celestial peace Their souls with all her balmy sweets shall bless. 8 Extend his wide domains from sea to sea, While only earth's own bounds confine his sway. 9 Be his vast AEthiopias desart land; Own all his foes submissive his command; Bow at his awful feet, and grace implore, Their heads with humbling ashes cover'd o'er. 10 To him their gifts the world's high masters bring, Tarsus' proud prince, Arabia's haughty king; And all the monarchs of the isles, whose bounds Old ocean with his stormy floods surrounds. 11 'Fore him fall all that have imperial sway; Him all the nations of the globe obey. 12 May he the wretched in their mis'ries aid, 13 And free the poor, when cruel foes invade; 14 From fraud, from violence, their souls protect, And to their urgent plea have due respect. 15 Crown'd with bright glory, long may he survive, And Sheba's yellow tribute long receive; For him his people long put up their pray'rs, And bless the influence of his royal cares. 16 May e'en the desart hills their harvests yield, (Their sterile tops with golden plenty fill'd) The tow'ring corn it's waving ears shall shew, As high on Lebanon the cedars bow While o'er the city spreads a numerous race, As o'er the verdant plains the spiry grass. 17 Long may the glories of his name endure; His mem'ry last, till time itseif's no more; His people, blest in him, as he in them, Him equally their prince and father deem. 18 Praise, might and majesty, to Israel's God, Who sheds his gracious bounties, all abroad; 19 Eternal honours wait upon his name; Praise him, ye sons of men, with loud acclaim; O'er the wide world his glorious name be shewn, And fall the nations prostrate 'fore his throne.


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