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Let the seventh angel sound on high

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 28 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 Lyrics: Let the seventh angel sound on high, Let shouts be heard through all the sky; Kings of the earth, with glad accord, Give up your kingdoms to the Lord. Almighty God, thy power assume, Who wast, and art, and art to come: Jesus, the Lamb who once was slain, For ever live, for ever reign! The angry nations fret and roar, That they can slay the saints no more On wings of vengeance flies our God, To pay the long arrears of blood. Now must the rising dead appear; Now the decisive sentence hear; Now the dear martyrs of the Lord Receive an infinite reward.

O, Sing to the Lord (Cantad al Señor)

Author: Gerhard Cartford, 1923- Meter: Irregular Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:4 First Line: O, sing to the Lord, O sing God a new song (Cantad al Señor un cántico nuevo) Used With Tune: CANTAD AL SEÑOR Text Sources: Brazilian folk song


Author: Jack W. Hayford, 1934- Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:1 First Line: Majesty, worship his majesty Used With Tune: [Majesty, worship His majesty]
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How Blest Are They Whose Trespass

Meter: D Appears in 26 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:10-11 Lyrics: 1 How blest are they whose trespass has freely been forgiven, whose sins are wholly covered before the sight of heaven. Blest they to whom the LORD God does not impute their sin, who have a guileless spirit, whose heart is true within. 2 While I kept guilty silence, my strength was spent with grief: your hand was heavy on me; my soul found no relief. But when I owned my trespass and did not hide my sin, then you forgave my guilt, LORD, restored my life within. 3 So let the godly seek you in times when you are near; no whelming floods shall reach them or cause their hearts to fear. O LORD, you are my refuge, you are my hiding place, and you surround me always with songs of saving grace. 4 "I graciously will teach you the way that you should go, and, with my eye upon you, help you my counsel know. Then do not be unruly or slow to understand; be not perverse, but willing to heed my wise command." 5 The sorrows of the wicked increase from year to year, but those who trust the LORD God know love instead of fear. Then in the LORD be joyful, in song lift up your voice; be glad in God, you righteous: rejoice, O saints, rejoice! Topics: Repentance; Elements of Worship Forgiviness and Grace Used With Tune: RUTHERFORD Text Sources: Psalter, 1912, alt.

My Tribute

Author: Andraé Crouch, 1945- Appears in 24 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:12 First Line: How can I say thanks for the things you have done for me? Refrain First Line: To God be the glory Used With Tune: [How can I say thanks for the things you have done for me]
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Thanks to God for My Redeemer

Author: August Ludvig Storm, 1862-1914; Carl E. Backstrom, 1901-1984 Meter: D Appears in 22 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:5 Lyrics: 1 Thanks to God for my Redeemer, thanks for all thou dost provide! Thanks for times now but a memory, thanks for Jesus by my side! Thanks for pleasant, balmy springtime, thanks for dark and dreary fall! Thanks for tears by now forgotten, thanks for peace within my soul! 2 Thanks for prayers that thou hast answered, thanks for what thou dost deny! Thanks for storms that I have weathered, thanks for all thou dost supply! Thanks for pain and thanks for pleasure, thanks for comfort in despair! Thanks for grace that none can measure, thanks for love beyond compare! 3 Thanks for roses by the wayside, thanks for thorns their stems contain! Thanks for home and thanks for fireside, thanks for hope, that sweet refrain! Thanks for joy and thanks for sorrow, thanks for heavenly peace with thee! Thanks for hope in the tomorrow, thanks through all eternity. Used With Tune: TACK O GUD

Rejoice in God's Saints

Author: Fred Pratt Green Meter: Appears in 18 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:4 First Line: Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days! Lyrics: 1 Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days! A world without saints forgets how to praise. Their faith in acquiring the habit of prayer, their depth of adoring, Lord, help us to share. 2 Some march with events to turn them God's way; some need to withdraw, the better to pray; some carry the gospel through fire and through flood: our world is their parish; their purpose is God. 3 Rejoice in those saints, unpraised and unknown, who bear someone's cross, or shoulder their own; they share our complaining, our comforts, our cares: what patience in caring, what courage, is theirs! 4 Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days! A world without saints forgets how to praise. In loving, in living, they prove it is true: their way of self-giving, Lord, leads us to you. Topics: Christian Year All Saints; Community in Christ; Discipleship and Mission Used With Tune: OLD 104TH

As Water to the Thirsty

Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith, 1926- Meter: Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:5 Lyrics: 1 As water to the thirsty, as beauty to the eyes, as strength that follows weakness, as truth instead of lies, as songtime and springtime and summertime to be, so is my Lord, my living Lord, so is my Lord to me. 2 Like calm in place of clamor, like peace that follows pain, like meeting after parting, like sunshine after rain, like moonlight and starlight and sunlight on the sea, so is my Lord, my living Lord, so is my Lord to me. 3 As sleep that follows fever, as gold instead of gray, as freedom after bondage, as sunrise to the day, as home to the traveler and all we long to see, so is my Lord, my living Lord, so is my Lord to me. Used With Tune: OASIS
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Let him embrace my soul, and prove

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30:6-12 Lyrics: Let him embrace my soul, and prove Mine interest in his heav'nly love; The voice that tells me, "Thou art mine," Exceeds the blessings of the vine. On thee th' anointing Spirit came, And spreads the savor of thy name; That oil of gladness and of grace Draws virgin souls to meet thy face. Jesus, allure me by thy charms, My soul shall fly into thine arms! Our wand'ring feet thy favors bring To the fair chambers of the King. [Wonder and pleasure tune our voice To speak thy praises and our joys; Our memory keeps this love of thine Beyond the taste of richest wine.] Though in ourselves deformed we are, And black as Kedar's tents appear, Yet, when we put thy beauties on, Fair as the courts of Solomon. [While at his table sits the King, He loves to see us smile and sing; Our graces are our best perfume, And breathe like spikenard round the room.] As myrrh new bleeding from the tree, Such is a dying Christ to ine And while he makes my soul his guest, My bosom, Lord, shall be thy rest. [No beams of cedar or of fir Can with thy courts on earth compare; And here we wait, until thy love Raise us to nobler seats above.] Topics: Health sickness, and recovery; Recovery from Sickness; Sickness healed; Praise for health restored

Yea, I will extol Thee

Author: James Montgomery Meter: D Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 30 Lyrics: Yea, I will extol Thee Lord of life and light, For Thine arm upheld me, Turn'd my foes to flight; I implored Thy succour, Thou wert swift to save, Heal my wounded spirit, Bring me from the grave. 193 Sing, ye saints, sing praises! Call His love to mind, For a moment angry, But for ever kind; Grief may, like a stranger, Through the night sojourn, Yet shall joy, to-morrow, With the sun return. In my wealth I vaunted, "Nought shall move me hence; Thou hast made my mountain, Strong in Thy defence:"-- Then Thy face was hidden, Trouble laid me low, "Lord," I cried right humbly, "Why forsake me so?" "Would my blood appease Thee, In atonement shed? Can the dust give glory?-- Praise employ the dead? Hear me, Lord, in mercy, God my Helper, hear." --Long Thou didst not tarry, Help and health were near. Thou hast turn'd my mourning Into minstrelsy, Girded me with gladness, Set from thraldom free: Thee my ransom'd powers Henceforth shall adore, Thee, my great Deliverer, Laud for evermore.


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