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God Who Stretched the Spangled Heavens

Author: Catherine Cameron Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 44 hymnals
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God Is Here

Author: Fred Pratt Green Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 45 hymnals First Line: God is here! As we your people Topics: liturgical Communion Songs; liturgical Opening Hymns
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Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven

Author: Henry Francis Lyte Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Appears in 486 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Praise, my soul, the King of heaven; to his feet your tribute bring. Ransomed, healed, restored, forgiven, evermore his praises sing. Alleluia, alleluia! Praise the everlasting King! 2 Praise him for his grace and favor to his people in distress. Praise ... Topics: Scripture Songs; Worship; God the Father His Care and Guidance; Psalm Adaptations; Worship; liturgical Opening Hymns Used With Tune: [Praise, my soul, the King of heaven] (?)

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[I will bless the LORD at all times]

Composer: Kevin Keil (ASCAP), b. 1956 Appears in 1 hymnal Tune Key: g minor Incipit: 31234 32327 56713 Used With Text: Psalm 34: Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord (I Will Bless the Lord at All Times)

[I will bless the Lord at all times]

Composer: Stephen Dean Appears in 8 hymnals Tune Key: A Flat Major Incipit: 55166 2 Used With Text: Psalm 34: Taste and See

[I will bless the Lord at all times]

Composer: Marty Haugen Appears in 6 hymnals Tune Key: E Major Incipit: 53234 324 Used With Text: Psalm 34: Taste and See

Instances

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Published text-tune combinations (hymns) from specific hymnals

Psalm 34: Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord (I Will Bless the Lord at All Times)

Hymnal: Journeysongs (3rd ed.) #41 (2012) First Line: I will bless the LORD at all times Refrain First Line: Taste and see the goodness of the Lord (I will bless the Lord at all times) (Taste and see, taste and see) Lyrics: the Lord at all times. I will bless the ... Topics: Ordinary Time Common Psalm Scripture: Psalm 34:2-22 Languages: English Tune Title: [I will bless the LORD at all times]

An army of ordinary people

Author: Dave Bilbrough Hymnal: Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #31 (2000) Lyrics: An army of ordinary people, a kingdom ... neglected, but the time has now come, when ... Topics: New Year and Anniversaries; Ordination/Commissioning; The Witnessing Community Scripture: Matthew 4:11-16 Languages: English Tune Title: [An army of ordinary people]

Psalm 34: Taste and See

Author: Stephen Dean, b. 1948 Hymnal: Journeysongs (3rd ed.) #42 (2012) First Line: I will bless the Lord at all times Refrain First Line: Taste and see Lyrics: the Lord at all times, his praise ... Topics: Ordinary Time Common Psalm Scripture: Psalm 34:2-15 Languages: English Tune Title: [I will bless the Lord at all times]

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Rory Cooney

b. 1952 author of "Psalm 32: I Turn to You" in Gather Comprehensive

William Croft

1678 - 1727 Person Name: William Croft, 1678-1727 Composer (attributed to) of "ST. ANNE" in Worship (4th ed.) William Croft, Mus. Doc. was born in the year 1677 and received his musical education in the Chapel Royal, under Dr. Blow. In 1700 he was admitted a Gentleman Extraordinary of the Chapel Boyd; and in 1707, upon the decease of Jeremiah Clarke, he was appointed joint organist with his mentor, Dr. Blow. In 1709 he was elected organist of Westminster Abbey. This amiable man and excellent musician died in 1727, in the fiftieth year of his age. A very large number of Dr. Croft's compositions remain still in manuscript. Cathedral chants of the XVI, XVII & XVIII centuries, ed. by Edward F. Rimbault, London: D. Almaine & Co., 1844

William D. Longstaff

1822 - 1894 Author of "Take Time to Be Holy" William Dunn Longstaff United Kingdom 1822-1894. Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, the son of a wealthy ship owner, he was a person of independent financial means. Although Longstaff had everything he desired, he still had an empty feeling in his life, and attended church one day and was inspired by words of a China missionary, Griffith John, on furlough to England, preaching at a service in Keswick, England, citing I Peter 1:16, “Be ye holy, for I am holy”. That resulted in him giving his heart to the Lord and beginning a Christian life, dedicated to God. He became a generous philanthropist and was influential in evangelical circles. Following his friend, Rev Arthur A Rees, a persuasive Welsh preacher, who left the Anglican priesthood after disagreements with his rector and bishop, Dunn served as church treasurer for Ree’s Bethesda Free Chapel in Sunderland. He married Joice Burlinson in 1853 and they had eight children: William, Hannah, Rhoda, Amelia, Ernest, Nora, Marnia, and Minnie. Longstaff befriended well-known evangelists, including William Booth of the Salvation Army, to whose work he generously contributed. Some of Langstaff’s hymns were published in the Salvation Army magazine, “The War Cry” during the 1880s. He also financed Dwight Moody’s evangelical crusades in England and Scotland when Moody’s funding dried up after their financier died. During the crusade they preached to 20,000 people. Longstaff did not forget that first sermon he heard, and it prompted the writing of his hymn lyrics, which he later showed to Ira Sankey during their crusade. Sankey showed it to George Stebbins, who set it to music in 1882 during a revival in India. In 1881 Longstaff’s wife died. He died at Sunderland, England. John Perry

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