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Psalm 133

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 308 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: Blest are the sons of peace Lyrics: Blest are the sons of peace, Whose hearts and hopes are one, Whose kind designs to serve and please Through all their actions run. Blest is the pious house Where zeal and friendship meet; Their songs of praise, their mingled vows, Make their communion sweet. Thus when on Aaron's head They poured the rich perfume, The oil through all his raiment spread, And pleasure filled the room. Thus on the heav'nly hills The saints are bless'd above, Where joy, like morning dew, distils, And all the air is love. Topics: Relative duties; Communion with saints; Blessings of a family; Brotherly love; Family love and worship; Friendship its blessings; Love and worship in a family; Love brotherly; Worship in a family
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Psalm 133

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 167 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: Lo! what an entertaining sight Lyrics: Lo! what an entertaining sight Are brethren that agree! Brethren, whose cheerful hearts unite In bands of piety! When streams of love from Christ the spring Descend to every soul, And heav'nly peace, with balmy wing, Shades and bedews the whole; 'Tis like the oil, divinely sweet, On Aaron's reverend head The trickling drops perfumed his feet, And o'er his garments spread. 'Tis pleasant as the morning dews That fall on Zion's hill, Where God his mildest glory shows, And makes his grace distil. Topics: Relative duties; Communion with saints; Blessings of a family; Brotherly love; Family love and worship; Friendship its blessings; Love and worship in a family; Love brotherly; Worship in a family
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Psalm 133

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 6.6.8.6.6.8 Appears in 134 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: How pleasant 'tis to see Lyrics: How pleasant 'tis to see Kindred and friends agree; Each in their proper station move, And each fulfil their part, With sympathizing heart, In all the cares of life and love! 'Tis like the ointment shed On Aaron's sacred head, Divinely rich, divinely sweet; The oil through all the room Diffused a choice perfume, Ran through his robes, and blessed his feet. Like fruitful showers of rain, That water all the plain, Descending from the neighboring hills; Such streams of pleasure roll Through every friendly soul, Where love, like heav'nly dew, distils. Topics: Relative duties; Communion with saints; Blessings of a family; Brotherly love; Family love and worship; Friendship its blessings; Love and worship in a family; Love brotherly; Worship in a family
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Oh, Look and Wonder (Miren Qué Bueno)

Author: Pablo D. Sosa, b. 1933 Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: How good it is when brothers (¡Miren que bueno es cuando) Topics: Blessing; Song; Promise of God; Praise; Peace; Gathering; Ecuminism; Community; Children's Hymns; Brotherhood and Sisterhood; Unity Used With Tune: [How good it is when brothers]
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How beautiful the sight

Author: James Montgomery Meter: 6.6.6.6.8.8 Appears in 66 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 Lyrics: How beautiful the sight Of brethren who agree In friendship to unite, And bonds of charity! 'Tis like the precious ointment, shed O'er all his robes, from Aaron's head. 'Tis like the dews that fill The cups of Hermon's flowers; Or Zion's fruitful hill, Bright with the drops of showers, When mingling odours breathe around, And glory rests on all the ground. For there the Lord commands Blessings, a boundless store, From His unsparing hands-- Yea, life for evermore; Thrice happy they who meet above To spend eternity in love.
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In Christ There Is No East or West

Author: John Oxenham Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 306 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133:1 Lyrics: 1 In Christ there is no east or west, in him no south or north, but one great fellowship of love throughout the whole wide earth. 2 In Christ shall true hearts everywhere their high communion find; his service is the golden cord close-binding humankind. 3 Join hands, disciples of the faith, whate'er your race may be. All children of the living God are surely kin to me. 4 In Christ now meet both east and west; in him meet south and north. All Christly souls are one in him throughout the whole wide earth. Topics: The Church; Ecumenical; Reconciliation; Unity; Welcome Used With Tune: MC KEE
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Psalm 133: Behold, how good a thing it is

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 16 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: Behold, how good a thing it is Lyrics: 1Behold, how good a thing it is, and how becoming well, Together such as brethren are in unity to dwell! 2Like precious ointment on the head, that down the beard did flow, Ev’n Aaron’s beard, and to the skirts,* did of his garments go. 3As Hermon’s dew, the dew that doth on Sion’ hills descend: For there the blessing God commands, life that shall never end.
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How vast must their advantage be

Appears in 27 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133
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Excellence of Christian unanimity

Author: Auber Appears in 74 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133 First Line: Spirit of peace, celestial dove Topics: Peace-makers

Sweet, Sweet Spirit

Author: Doris Akers Meter: Irregular Appears in 36 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 133:1 First Line: There's a sweet, sweet Spirit in this place Refrain First Line: Sweet Holy Spirit, sweet heavenly Dove Used With Tune: SWEET, SWEET SPIRIT

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