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O Worship the King

Author: Robert Grant Meter: 10.10.11.11 Appears in 993 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 First Line: O worship the King all glorious above Lyrics: 1 O worship the King all-glorious above, O gratefully sing his power and his love: our shield and defender, the Ancient of Days, pavilioned in splendor and girded with praise. 2 O tell of his might and sing of his grace, whose robe is the light, whose canopy space. His chariots of wrath the deep thunderclouds form, and dark is his path on the wings of the storm. 3 Your bountiful care, what tongue can recite? It breathes in the air, it shines in the light; it streams from the hills, it descends to the plain, and sweetly distills in the dew and the rain. 4 Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, in you do we trust, nor find you to fail. Your mercies, how tender, how firm to the end, our Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and Friend! 5 O measureless Might, unchangeable Love, whom angels delight to worship above! Your ransomed creation, with glory ablaze, in true adoration shall sing to your praise! Topics: Praise & Adoration; Opening of Worship; Mercy; Majesty of God; King, God/Christ as; Creation; Creation and Providence; Praise & Adoration; King, God/Christ as; Refuge Used With Tune: LYONS
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Psalm 104

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8.8.8 Appears in 80 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 First Line: My soul, thy great Creator praise: Lyrics: My soul, thy great Creator praise: When clothed in his celestial rays, He in full majesty appears, And, like a robe, his glory wears. The heav'ns are for his curtains spread, The unfathomed deep he makes his bed. Clouds are his chariot when he flies On winged storms across the skies. Angels, whom his own breath inspires, His ministers, are flaming fires; And swift as thought their armies move To bear his vengeance or his love. The world's foundations by his hand Are poised, and shall for ever stand; He binds the ocean in his chain, Lest it should drown the earth again. When earth was covered with the flood, Which high above the mountains stood, He thundered, and the ocean fled, Confined to its appointed bed. The swelling billows know their bound, And in their channels walk their round; Yet thence conveyed by secret veins, They spring on hills and drench the plains. He bids the crystal fountains flow, And cheer the valleys as they go; Tame heifers there their thirst allay, And for the stream wild asses bray. From pleasant trees which shade the brink, The lark and linnet light to drink Their songs the lark and linnet raise, And chide our silence in his praise. God from his cloudy cistern pours On the parched earth enriching showers; The grove, the garden, and the field, A thousand joyful blessings yield. He makes the grassy food arise, And gives the cattle large supplies With herbs for man of various power, To nourish nature or to dire. What noble fruit the vines produce! The olive yields a shining juice; Our hearts are cheered with gen'rous wine, With inward joy our faces shine. O bless his name, ye Britons, fed With nature's chief supporter, bread; While bread your vital strength imparts, Serve him with vigor in your hearts. Behold, the stately cedar stands, Raised in the forest by his hands; Birds to the boughs for shelter fly, And build their nests secure on high. To craggy hills ascends the goat, And at the airy mountain's foot The feebler creatures make their cell; He gives them wisdom where to dwell. He sets the sun his circling race, Appoints the moon to change her face; And when thick darkness veils the day, Calls out wild beasts to hunt their prey. Fierce lions lead their young abroad, And, roaring, ask their meat from God; But when the morning beams arise, The savage beast to covert flies. Then man to daily labor goes; The night was made for his repose; Sleep is thy gift, that sweet relief From tiresome toil and wasting grief. How strange thy works! how great thy skill! And every land thy riches fill: Thy wisdom round the world we see; This spacious earth is full of thee. Nor less thy glories in the deep, Where fish in millions swim and creep With wondrous motions, swift or slow, Still wand'ring in the paths below. There ships divide their wat'ry way, And flocks of scaly monsters play; There dwells the huge leviathan, And foams and sports in spite of man. Vast are thy works, Almighty Lord; All nature rests upon thy word, And the whole race of creatures stands Waiting their portion from thy hands. While each receives his diff'rent food, Their cheerful looks pronounce it good: Eagles and bears, and whales and worms, Rejoice and praise in diff'rent forms. But when thy face is hid, they mourn, And, dying, to their dust return; Both man and beast their souls resign; Life, breath, and spirit, all is thine. Yet thou canst breathe on dust again, And fill the world with beasts and men; A word of thy creating breath Repairs the wastes of time and death. His works, the wonders of his might, Are honored with his own delight; How awful are his glorious ways! The Lord is dreadful in his praise. The earth stands trembling at thy stroke, And at thy touch the mountains smoke; Yet humble souls may see thy face, And tell their wants to sovereign grace. In thee my hopes and wishes meet, And make my meditations sweet; Thy praises shall my breath employ, Till it expire in endless joy. While haughty sinners die accursed, Their glory buried with their dust, I to my God, my heav'nly King, Immortal hallelujahs sing. Great is the Lord, what tongue can frame An equal honor to his name? Topics: Creation and Providence; God his creation and providence; Praise for creation and providence; Providence in air, earth, and sea; Spring and summer; Works of creation and providence

Psalm 104:1-9, 24-34, 35b (A Responsorial Setting)

Author: Arlo D. Duba Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104:24-35 First Line: Lord, send out your Spirit Topics: Church Year Pentecost; God's Strength; Grace; Hymns of Praise; Jesus Christ Teacher; Life Stages Death; Lord's Prayer 4th petition (give us today our daily bread); Occasional Services New Year; Occasional Services Thanksgving Day / Harvest Festival; Renewal; Suffering; The Creation; Truth; Worship; Year A, B, C, Easter, Day after Pentecost; God's Presence; God's Power; God's Name; Church Year Transfiguration; Despair; Elements of Worship Confession (Individual); Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; Fear; God Light from; God as Spirit; God as Spirit; God's Sovereignty; God's Wisdom; God's Face; God's Faithfulness; God's Greatness; God's Majesty; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, October 16-22 Used With Tune: [Lord, send out your Spirit] Text Sources: Evangelical Lutheran Worship (Psalm text)
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We Sing the Mighty Power of God

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 417 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 Lyrics: 1 We sing the mighty power of God that made the mountains rise, that spread the flowing seas abroad and built the lofty skies. We sing the wisdom that ordained the sun to rule the day; the moon shines full at his command, and all the stars obey. 2 We sing the goodness of the Lord that filled the earth with food; he formed the creatures with his word and then pronounced them good. Lord, how your wonders are displayed, where'er we turn our eyes, if we survey the ground we tread or gaze upon the skies. 3 There's not a plant or flower below but makes your glories known, and clouds arise and tempests blow by order from your throne; while all that borrows life from you is ever in your care, and everywhere that we can be, you, God, are present there. Topics: Praise & Adoration; Creation and Providence; Creation; Praise & Adoration; Wisdom Used With Tune: KINGSFOLD
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This Is My Father's World

Author: Maltbie D. Babcock; Mary Babcock Crawford Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Appears in 275 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 Lyrics: 1 This is my Father's world, and to my listening ears all nature sings and round me rings the music of the spheres. This is my Father's world; I rest me in the thought of rocks and trees, of skies and seas his hand the wonders wrought. 3 This is my Father's world: he shines in all that's fair; in rustling grass I hear him pass he speaks to me everywhere. This is my Father's world: why should my heart be sad? The Lord is King, let heaven ring! God reigns; let earth be glad. Topics: Songs for Children Hymns; Creation and Providence; Assurance; Creation; Stewardship Used With Tune: TERRA BEATA
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All Things Bright and Beautiful

Author: Cecil Frances Alexander (1818-1895) Meter: 7.6.7.6 with refrain Appears in 246 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 First Line: Each radiant flower that opens Lyrics: Refrain: All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all. 1 Each radiant flower that opens, each vibrant bird that sings, God made their glowing colours, God made their lively wings. [Refrain] 2 The cold wind in the winter, the pleasant summer sun, the ripe fruit in the garden, God made them every one. [Refrain] 3 The rocky mountain splendour, the loon's wild, haunting call, the great lakes and the prairies, the forest in the fall. [Refrain] 4 God gave us eyes to see them, and lips that we might tell how great is the Creator, who has made all things well. [Refrain] Topics: Creation; Creation; Canada Used With Tune: ALL THINGS BRIGHT
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Many and Great

Author: Philip Frazier; Joseph R. Renville Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104:24-30 First Line: Many and great, O God, are your works Lyrics: 1 Many and great, O God, are your works, Maker of earth and sky; your hands have set the heav'ns with stars; your fingers spread the mountains and plains. You merely spoke and waters were formed; deep seas obey your voice. 2 Grant us communion with you, our God, though you transcend the stars. Come close to us and stay by our side: with you are found the true gifts that last. Bless us with life which never shall end, eternal life with You. Topics: Singing God's Story Creation; Native North American Used With Tune: LACQUIPARLE

Psalm 104: Lord, Send Out Your Spirit

Author: Paul Lisicky Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 First Line: Bless the Lord, O my soul Refrain First Line: Lord, send out your spirit, and renew the face of the earth Topics: Easter Vigil Used With Tune: [Bless the Lord, O my soul]
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All Creatures of Our God and King

Author: St. Francis of Assisi; William H. Draper Meter: 8.8.8.8 with alleluias Appears in 218 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 Lyrics: 1 All creatures of our God and King, lift up your voice and with us sing: Alleluia, Alleluia! Thou burning sun with golden beam, thou silver moon with softer gleam, O praise him, O praise him, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 2 Thou rushing wind that art so strong, ye clouds that sail in heaven along, O praise him, Alleluia! Thou rising morn in praise rejoice, ye lights of evening, find a voice: O praise him, O praise him, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 3 Thou flowing water, pure and clear, make music for thy Lord to hear, Alleluia, Alleluia! Thou fire so masterful and bright that givest us both warmth and light, O praise him, O praise him, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 4 All ye who are of tender heart, forgiving others, take your part, sing his praises, Alleluia! Ye who long pain and sorrow bear, praise God and on him cast your care, O praise him, O praise him, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! 5 Let all things their Creator bless, and worship him in humbleness, O praise him, Allleuia! Praise, praise the Father, praise the Son and praise the Spirit, Three in One, O praise him, O praise him, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! Topics: God in Creation God's Work in Nature Used With Tune: LASST UNS ERFREUEN
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Bless God, my Soul,; Thou, Lord, alone

Appears in 29 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 104 Lyrics: 1 Bless God, my Soul; thou, Lord, alone Possessest Empire without Bounds, With Honour Thou art crown'd, thy Throne Eternal Majesty surrounds. 2 With Light Thou dost thyself enrobe, And Glory for a Garment take; Heaven's Curtains stretch, beyond the Globe, Thy Canopy of State to make. 3 God builds on liquid Air, and forms His Palace Chambers in the Skies; The Clouds his Chariots are, and Storms The swift-wing'd Steeds with which he flies. 4 As bright as Flame, as swift as Wind, His Ministers Heaven's Palace fill, To have their sundry Tasks assign'd All proud to serve their Sov'reign's Will. 5,6 Earth on her Centre fix'd He set, Her Face with Waters overspread; Nor proudest Mountains dar'd as yet, To lift above the Waves their Head. 7 But when thy awful Face appear'd, Th' insulting Waves dispers'd; they fled, When once thy Thunder's Voice they heard, And by their Haste confess'd their Dread. 8 Thence up by secret Tracks they creep, And gushing from the Mountain's Side, Thro' Vallies travel to the Deep, Appointed to receive their Tide. 9 There hast thou fix'd the Ocean's Bounds, The threatning Surges to repel; That they no more o'erpass their Mounds, Nor to a second Deluge swell. Part II 10 Yet thence in smaller Parties drawn, The Sea recovers her lost Hills; And starting Springs from ev'ry Lawn, Surprize the Vales with plenteous Rills. 11 The Fields tame Beasts are thither led, Weary with Labour, faint with Drought; And Asses on wild Mountains bred, Have Sense to find these Currents out. 12 There shady Trees from scorching Beams, Yield Shelter to the feather'd Throng; They drink, and to the bounteous Streams Return the Tribute of their Song. 13 His Rains from Heav'n parch'd hills recruit, That soon transmit the liquid Store; 'Till Earth is burthen'd with her Fruit, And Nature's Lap can hold no more. 14 Grass, for our Cattle to devour, He makes the Growth of ev'ry Field; Herbs, for Man's Use of various Pow'r, That either Food or Physick yield. 15 With cluster'd Grapes he crowns the vine, To chear Man's Heart opprest with Cares, Give Oil that makes his Face to shine; And Corn, that wasted Strength repairs. Part III 16 The Trees of God, without the Care Or Art of Man, with Sap are fed; The Mountain Cedar looks as fair, As those in royal Gardens bred. 17 Safe in the lofty Cedar's Arm's The Wand'rers of the Air may rest; The hospitable Pine from Harms Protects the Stork, her pious Guest. 18 Wild Goats the craggy Rock ascend, Its tow'ring Heights their Fortress make, Whose Cells in labyrinths extend, Where feebler Creatures Refuge take. 19 The Moon's inconstant Aspect shows Th' appointed Seasons of the Year; Th' instructed Sun his Duty knows, His Hours to rise and disappear. 20,21 Darkness He makes the Earth to shroud, When Forest-Beasts securely stray; Young Lions roar their Wants aloud To Providence, that sends them Prey. 22 They range all Night, on Slaughter bent, 'Till summon'd by the rising Morn, To skulk in Dens with one Consent, The conscious Ravagers return. 23 Forth to the Tillage of the Soil, The Husbandman securely goes, Commencing with the Sun his Toil, With him returns to his Repose. 24 How various, Lord, thy Works are found; For which thy Wisdom we adore! The Earth is with thy Treasure crown'd, 'Till Nature's Hand can grasp no more. Part IV 25 But still, the vast unfathom'd Main Of Wonders a new Scene supplies, Whose Depths Inhabitants contain, Of ev'ry Form and ev'ry Size. 26 Full-freighted Ships from ev'ry Port, There cut their unmolested Way; Leviathan, whom there to sport Thou mad'st, his Compass there to play. 27 These various Troops of Sea and Land, In Sense of common Want agree: All wait on thy dispensing Hand, And have their daily Alms from Thee. 28 They gather what thy Stores disperse, Without their Trouble to provide: Thou op'st thy Hand, the Universe, The craving World is all supply'd. 29 Thou for a Moment hid'st thy Face, The num'rous Ranks of Creatures mourn: Thou tak'st their Breath, all Nature's Race Forthwith to Mother-Earth return. 30 Again thou send'st thy Spirit forth, T'inspire the Mass with vital Seed; Nature's restor'd, and Parent-Earth Smiles on her new-created Breed. 31 Thus through successive Ages stands Firm fix'd thy providential Care; Pleas'd with the Work of thy own Hands, Thou dost the Wastes of Time repair. 32 One Look of thine, one wrathful Look, Earth's panting Breast with Terror fills; One Touch from Thee, with Clouds of Smoak, In Darkness shrouds the proudest Hills. 33 In praising God, while He prolongs My Breath, I will that Breath employ; 34 And join Devotion to my Songs Sincere, as in Him is my Joy: 35 While Sinners from Earth's Face are hurl'd, My Soul, praise thou his holy Name, 'Till with my Song, the list'ning world Join Consort, and his Praise proclaim.

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