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Scripture:Psalm 31:1-4

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Lead Me, Guide Me

Author: Doris M. Akers, b. 1922 Appears in 42 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:4 First Line: I am weak and I need thy strength and power Refrain First Line: Lead me, guide me, along the way Used With Tune: [I am weak and I need thy strength and power]

Savior, lead me lest I stray

Author: Frank M. Davis, 1839-1897 Meter: with refrain Appears in 264 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:4 First Line: Savior, lead me lest I, lead me lest I stray Refrain First Line: Lead me, lead me Lyrics: 1 Savior, lead me lest I, stray, Gently lead me all the way; I am safe when by thy side, I would in thy love abide. Refrain: Lead me, lead me. Savior, lead me lest I stray; Gently down the stream of time, Lead me, Savior, all the way. 2 Thou the refuge of my soul, When life’s stormy billows roll; I am safe when thou art nigh, All my hopes on thee rely. [Refrain] 3 Savior, lead me, then at last, When the storm of life is past; To the land of endless day, Where all tears are wiped away. [Refrain] Topics: Funeral Sacraments; Trust, Confidence; Refuge, Security; Redemption; Providence; Hope; Heaven; Guidance; Eternal Life; Trust in Jesus Christ Used With Tune: LEAD ME
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My spirit on Thy care

Author: Henry F. Lyte Meter: Appears in 200 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 Lyrics: My spirit on Thy care, Blest Savior, I recline; Thou wilt not leave me to despair, For Thou art love divine. In Thee I place my trust, On Thee I calmly rest; I know Thee good, I know Thee just, And count thy choice the best. Whate'er events betide, Thy will they all perform: Safe in Thy breast my head I hide, Nor fear the coming storm. Let good or ill befall, It must be good for me; Secure in having Thee in all, Of having all in Thee. Amen. Topics: Sundays after Trinity Faith; Visitation Used With Tune: EMMAUS
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O Safe to the Rock That Is Higher Than I

Author: William O. Cushing Meter: with refrain Appears in 205 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:1-15 Refrain First Line: Hiding in thee Lyrics: 1 O safe to the Rock that is higher than I my soul in its conflicts and sorrows would fly; so sinful, so weary, thine, thine would I be; thou blest Rock of Ages, I'm hiding in thee. Refrain: Hiding in thee, hiding in thee - thou blest Rock of Ages, I'm hiding in thee. 2 In the calm of the noontide, in sorrow's lone hour, in times when temptation casts o'er me its pow'r, in the tempests of life, on its wide, heaving sea, thou blest Rock of Ages, I'm hiding in thee. [Refrain] 3 How oft in the conflict, when pressed by the foe, I have fled to my refuge and breathed out my woe! How often when trials like sea billows roll, have I hidden in thee, O thou Rock of my soul! [Refrain] Topics: The Christian Life Communio with Christ; Christ Refuge; Faith In Christ; The Christian Life Communion with Christ Used With Tune: HIDING IN THEE
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Guide Me

Author: W. Williams Appears in 1,693 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:3 First Line: Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah Used With Tune: [Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah]

Psalm 31:2-6: Lord God, Be My Refuge

Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:2-6 First Line: In you, O LORD, I take refuge Refrain First Line: Lord God, be my refuge and strength Topics: Thursday of the Lord's Supper Used With Tune: [Lord God, be my refuge and strength] Text Sources: Refrain, Liturgy of the Hours; verses, The Revised Grail Psalms

Psalm (30) 31

Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31 First Line: In you, O LORD, I take refuge Refrain First Line: Lord God, be my refuge and my strength Topics: Psalter Used With Tune: [Lord God, be my refuge and my strength]
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In Thee, O Lord, I Put My Trust

Meter: Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:1-15 Lyrics: 1 In thee, O Lord, I put my trust, I call upon thy name; O save me in thy righteousness, nor let me suffer shame. 2 Bow down thine ear to my request, and swift deliv'rance send; be thou to me a rock of strength, a fortress to defend. 3 Since thou my rock and fortress art, my leader be, and guide; from all temptation rescue me, thou dost my strength abide. 4 To thee my spirit I commend; redemption is with thee, O thou Jehovah, God of truth, who hast delivered me. 5 I hate all those that love the false, my trust is in the Lord; I will be glad, and joyfully thy mercy will record. 6 For my affliction thou hast seen, and known my many woes; thou hast not let me be enslaved, but freed me from my foes. 7 Show mercy, Lord, to me distressed, and send my soul relief; my life is spent with bitterness, my strength consumed with grief. 8 My life has aged grown with woe, with sighs my years decay; my eye is worn for very grief: I pine and waste away. 9 My foes have made me a reproach, my state my neighbors see; my friends, appalled at my approach, turn them about and flee. 10 For I have heard defaming tongues, and marked the terror rife, when all in league deliberate to take away my life. 11 But, Lord, in thee is all my trust; "Thou art my God," I cried. My life, my times are in thy hand, I in thy strength confide. Topics: Refuge; Supplications For Deliverance Used With Tune: NAOMI Text Sources: St. 1-7, 11, The Psalter, 1912; St. 8-10, Psalter Hymnal, 1959

Lead on, O King Eternal

Author: Ernest Warburton Shurtleff, 1862-1917 Meter: D Appears in 364 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:1 Topics: Book Four: Occasional Selections, Gospel Songs and Hymns; Christian Life Fight of Faith Used With Tune: LANCASHIRE
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Charity to the Poor; or Pity to the Afflicted

Appears in 85 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 31:1-3 First Line: Blest is the man, whose breast can move Lyrics: 1 Blest is the man, whose breast can move, And melt with pity to the poor, Whose soul, by sympathizing love, Feels what his fellow saints endure. 2 His heart contrives for their relief More good than his own hands can do; He in the time of general grief Shall find the Lord has mercy too. 3 His soul shall live secure on earth, With secret blessings on his head, When drought, and pestilence, and dearth, Around him multiply their dead. 4 Or if he languish on his couch God will pronounce his sins forgiven, Will save him with a healing touch, Or take his willing soul to heaven.


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