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Psalm 130: I Place All My Trust In You

Author: Joseph Gelineau; The Grail Appears in 30 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord Refrain First Line: I: I place all my trust in you, my God; II: If you, O Lord, should mark our sins Used With Tune: [Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord]
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Psalm 130

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 69 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: Out of the deeps of long distress Lyrics: Out of the deeps of long distress, The borders of despair, I sent my cries to seek thy grace, My groans to move thine ear. Great God, should thy severer eye, And thine impartial hand, Mark and revenge iniquity, No mortal flesh could stand. But there are pardons with my God For crimes of high degree; Thy Son has bought them with his blood, To draw us near to thee. [I wait for thy salvation, Lord, With strong desires I wait; My soul, invited by thy word, Stands watching at thy gate.] [Just as the guards that keep the night Long for the morning skies, Watch the first beams of breaking light, And meet them with their eyes; So waits my soul to see thy grace, And, more intent than they, Meets the first openings of thy face, And finds a brighter day.] [Then in the Lord let Isr'el trust, Let Isr'el seek his face; The Lord is good as well as just, And plenteous is his grace. There's full redemption at his throne For sinners long enslaved; The great Redeemer is his Son, And Isr'el shall be saved.] Topics: Despair deliverance from it; Grace pardoning; Comfort and pardon; Waiting for answer to prayer; Backsliding soul pardoned; Patience in darkness; Faith in Divine grace and power; Distress relieved; Justification free; Guilt of conscience relieved; Conscience its guilt relieved; Confession of sin, repentance, and pardon; Pardon plentiful with God
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Psalm 130: Lord, from the depths to thee I cry'd

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: Lord, from the depths to thee I cry'd Lyrics: 1Lord, from the depths to thee I cry’d. 2My voice, Lord, do thou hear: Unto my supplication’s voice give an attentive ear. 3Lord, who shall stand, if thou, O Lord, should’st mark iniquity? 4But yet with thee forgiveness is, that fear’d thou mayest be. 5I wait for God, my soul doth wait, my hope is in his word. 6More than they that for morning watch, my soul waits for the Lord; I say, more than they that do watch the morning light to see. 7Let Israel hope in the Lord, for with him mercies be; And plenteous redemption is ever found with him. 8And from all his iniquities he Isr’el shall redeem.
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Psalm 130

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 105 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: From deep distress and troubled thoughts Lyrics: From deep distress and troubled thoughts To thee, my God, I raised my cries; If thou severely mark our faults, No flesh can stand before thine eyes. But thou hast built thy throne of grace Free to dispense thy pardons there, That sinners may approach thy face, And hope and love, as well as fear. As the benighted pilgrims wait, And long, and wish for breaking day, So waits my soul before thy gate; When will my God his face display? My trust is fixed upon thy word, Nor shall I trust thy word in vain; Let mourning souls address the Lord, And find relief from all their pain. Great is his love, and large his grace, Through the redemption of his Son; He turns our feet from sinful ways, And pardons what our hands have done. Topics: Despair deliverance from it; Grace pardoning; Comfort and pardon; Waiting for answer to prayer; Backsliding soul pardoned; Patience in darkness; Faith in Divine grace and power; Distress relieved; Justification free; Guilt of conscience relieved; Conscience its guilt relieved; Confession of sin, repentance, and pardon; Pardon plentiful with God
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Psalm CXXX

Appears in 66 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: Out of the depths Have I cried unto thee, O Lord

From the Depths Do I Invoke Thee

Meter: 8.7.8.7 Appears in 33 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 Topics: Hope, Christian; Mercy, God'S; Preparatory Service; Forgiveness of Sins; Watchfulness; Waiting upon God ; Longing, Spiritual Used With Tune: EVENING PRAYER

Remember Your Love

Author: Mike Balhoff, b. 1946 Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130:3-4 First Line: The Lord is my light and my salvation Refrain First Line: Remember you love and your faithfulness, O Lord Used With Tune: [The Lord is my light and my salvation]

With Our God

Author: Michael Joncas Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 First Line: Out of the depths I cry to you Refrain First Line: With our God there is mercy Topics: Lent; Thirsting for God; Order of Christian Funerals Funeral Liturgy; Order of Christian Funerals Funeral Liturgy; Sacraments/Rites Reconciliation; Sacraments/Rites Reconciliation; Sacraments/Rites Scrutinies; Petition; Mercy of God; Mercy of God; Trust in God Used With Tune: [With our God there is mercy]
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Out of the Deep I Call

Author: Henry Williams Baker Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 57 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130:1-4 First Line: Out of the deep I call to thee Lyrics: 1 Out of the deep I call to thee, O Lord, to thee. before thy throne of grace I fall; be merciful to me. 2 Out of the deep I cry, the woeful deep of sin, of evil done in days gone by, of evil now within; 3 Out of the deep of fear And dread of coming shame; all night till morning watch is near I plead the precious name. 4 Lord, there is mercy now, as ever was, with thee. Before thy throne of grace I bow; be merciful to me. Topics: The Way of Salvation Repentance; God Mercy of Used With Tune: SOUTHWELL
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My soul with patience waits

Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 40 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 130 Lyrics: My soul with patience waits For thee, the living Lord: My hopes are on thy promise built, Thy never-failing word. My longing eyes look out For thy enlivening ray, More duly than the morning watch To spy the dawning day. Let Israel trust in God; No bounds his mercy knows; The plenteous source and spring from whence Eternal succour flows; Whose friendly streams to us Supplies in want convey; A healing spring, a spring to cleanse And wash our guilt away. To God, the Father, Son, And Spirit, ever blest, The One in Three, the Three in One, Be endless praise addressed. Amen. Topics: Holy Communion Introits Used With Tune: FESTAL SONG Text Sources: Tate and Brady, 1698

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