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Psalm 45 Part 2

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 87 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: The King of saints, how fair his face Lyrics: The King of saints, how fair his face, Adorned with majesty and grace! He comes with blessings from above, And wins the nations to his love. At his right hand our eyes behold The queen arrayed in purest gold; The world admires her heav'nly dress, Her robe of joy and righteousness. He forms her beauties like his own; He calls and seats her near his throne: Fair stranger, let thine heart forget The idols of thy native state. So shall the King the more rejoice In thee, the favorite of his choice; Let him be loved, and yet adored, For he's thy Maker and thy Lord. O happy hour, when thou shalt rise To his fair palace in the skies, And all thy sons (a numerous train) Each like a prince in glory reign! Let endless honors crown his head; Let every age his praises spread; While we with cheerful songs approve The condescensions of his love. Topics: Glorification and condescension of Christ; Gospel its glory and success; Personal glories of Christ; Christ his personal glories and government; Christ the King, and the church his spouse; Church its beauty; Church of the Gentiles; Church the spouse of Christ; Gentiles church; Government of Christ; Marriage, mystical; Perseverance; Praise to Jesus Christ; Spouse of Christ, the King is the church
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Psalm 45 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 127 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: Now be my heart inspired to sing Lyrics: Now be my heart inspired to sing The glories of my Savior King, Jesus the Lord; how heav'nly fair His form! how bright his beauties are! O'er all the sons of human race He shines with a superior grace; Love from his lips divinely flows, And blessings all his state compose. Dress thee in arms, most mighty Lord, Gird on the terror of thy sword, In majesty and glory ride, With truth and meekness at thy side. Thine anger, like a pointed dart, Shall pierce the foes of stubborn heart; Or words of mercy, kind and sweet, Shall melt the rebels at thy feet. Thy throne, O God, for ever stands, Grace is the sceptre in thy hands; Thy laws and works are just and right, Justice and grace are thy delight. God, thine own God, has richly shed His oil of gladness on thy head, And with his sacred Spirit blest His first-born Son above the rest. Topics: Glorification and condescension of Christ; Gospel its glory and success; Personal glories of Christ; Christ his personal glories and government; Christ the King, and the church his spouse; Church its beauty; Church of the Gentiles; Church the spouse of Christ; Gentiles church; Government of Christ; Marriage, mystical; Perseverance; Praise to Jesus Christ; Spouse of Christ, the King is the church
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Psalm 45

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 73 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: My Savior and my King Lyrics: My Savior and my King, Thy beauties are divine; Thy lips with blessings overflow, And every grace is thine. Now make thy glory known, Gird on thy dreadful sword, And ride in majesty to spread The conquests of thy word. Strike through thy stubborn foes, Or melt their hearts t' obey, While justice, meekness, grace, and truth, Attend thy glorious way. Thy laws, O God, are right; Thy throne shall ever stand; And thy victorious gospel proves A sceptre in thy hand. [Thy Father and thy God Hath without measure shed His Spirit, like a joyful oil, T' anoint thy sacred head.] [Behold, at thy right hand The Gentile church is seen, Like a fair bride in rich attire, And princes guard the queen.] Fair bride, receive his love, Forget thy father's house; Forsake thy gods, thy idol gods, And pay thy Lord thy vows. O let thy God and King Thy sweetest thoughts employ; Thy children shall his honors sing In palaces of joy. Topics: Glorification and condescension of Christ; Gospel its glory and success; Personal glories of Christ; Christ his personal glories and government; Christ the King, and the church his spouse; Church its beauty; Church of the Gentiles; Church the spouse of Christ; Gentiles church; Government of Christ; Marriage, mystical; Perseverance; Praise to Jesus Christ; Spouse of Christ, the King is the church
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Psalm 45

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 53 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: I'll speak the honors of my King Lyrics: I'll speak the honors of my King, His form divinely fair; None of his sons of mortal race May with the Lord compare. Sweet is thy speech, and heav'nly grace Upon thy lips is shed; Thy God, with blessings infinite, Hath crowned thy sacred head. Gird on thy sword, victorious Prince, Ride with majestic sway; Thy terrors shall strike through thy foes, And make the world obey. Thy throne, O God, for ever stands; Thy word of grace shall prove A peaceful sceptre in thy hands, To rule the saints by love. Justice and truth attend thee still, But mercy is thy choice; And God, thy God, thy soul shall fill With most peculiar joys. Topics: Glorification and condescension of Christ; Gospel its glory and success; Personal glories of Christ; Christ his personal glories and government; Christ the King, and the church his spouse; Church its beauty; Church of the Gentiles; Church the spouse of Christ; Gentiles church; Government of Christ; Marriage, mystical; Perseverance; Praise to Jesus Christ; Spouse of Christ, the King is the church
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Psalm 45: My heart brings forth a goodly thing

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: My heart brings forth a goodly thing Lyrics: 1My heart brings forth a goodly thing; my words that I indite Concern the King: my tongue’s a pen of one that swift doth write. 2Thou fairer art than sons of men: into thy lips is store Of grace infus’d; God therefore thee hath bless’d for evermore. 3O thou that art the mighty One, thy sword gird on thy thigh; Ev’n with thy glory excellent, and with thy majesty. 4For meekness, truth, and righteousness, in state ride prosp’rously; And thy right hand shall thee instruct in things that fearful be. 5Thine arrows sharply pierce the heart of th’ en’mies of the King; And under thy subjection the people down do bring. 6For ever and for ever is, O God, thy throne of might; The sceptre of thy kingdom is a sceptre that is right. 7Thou lovest right, and hatest ill; for God, thy God, most high, Above thy fellows hath with th’ oil of joy anointed thee. 8Of aloes, myrrh, and cassia, a smell thy garments had, Out of the iv’ry palaces, whereby they made thee glad. 9Among thy women honourable kings’ daughters were at hand: Upon thy right hand did the queen in gold of Ophir stand. 10O daughter, hearken and regard, and do thine ear incline; Likewise forget thy father’s house, and people that are thine. 11Then of the King desir’d shall be thy beauty veh’mently: Because he is thy Lord, do thou him worship rev’rently. 12The daughter there of Tyre shall be with gifts and off ‘rings great: Those of the people that are rich thy favour shall entreat. 13Behold, the daughter of the King all glorious is within; And with embroideries of gold her garments wrought have been. 14She shall be brought unto the King in robes with needle wrought; Her fellow-virgins following shall unto thee be brought. 15They shall be brought with gladness great, and mirth on ev’ry side, Into the palace of the King, and there they shall abide. 16Instead of those thy fathers dear, thy children thou may’st take, And in all places of the earth them noble princes make. 17Thy name remember’d I will make through ages all to be: The people therefore evermore shall praises give to thee.
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My Heart Does Overflow

Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45:1-10 Lyrics: 1 My heart does overflow, a goodly theme is mine; my eager tongue with joyful song does praise the King divine. Supremely fair you are, your lips with grace o'erflow; his richest blessings evermore does God on you bestow. 2 Now gird thee with your sword, O strong and mighty One, in splendid majesty arrayed, more glorious than the sun. Triumphantly ride forth for meekness, truth, and right; your arm shall gain the victory in wondrous deeds of might. 3 Your strength shall overcome all those that hate the King, and under your dominion strong the nations you shall bring. Your royal throne, O God, forevermore shall stand; eternal truth and justice wield the scepter in your hand. 4 Since your were sinless found, the Lord, by you confessed, anointed you with perfect joy - you are supremely blessed. Your garments breathe of myrrh and spices sweet and rare; glad strains of heav'nly music ring throughout your palace fair. 5 Amid your glorious train kings' daughters waiting stand, and fairest gems bedeck your bride, the queen at your right hand. O royal bride, give heed, and to my words attend; for Christ, the King, forsake the world and ev'ry former friend. Topics: Jesus Christ His Praise; Christ Conqueror; Christ Kingly Office of; Church Bride of Christ Used With Tune: LEOMINSTER Text Sources: The Psalter, 1912; alt. 1990, mod.

O Royal Bride, Give Heed

Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 Topics: Forsaking the World; Lord, Jesus The; Renunciation; Bridegroom, Christ The Used With Tune: GERAR
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Psalm 45 (A Responsorial Setting)

Author: John L. Bell, b. 1949 Appears in 22 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45 First Line: Take, O take me as I am Topics: Church Year Ascension of the Lord; Church Year Passion/Palm Sunday; Evil; God as King; God's Sovereignty; God's Glory; God's Love; God's People (flock, sheep); Jesus Christ Mind of; People of God / Church Family of God; Royal Psalms; Year A, B, C, Annunciation of the Lord, March 25; Year A, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, July 3-9; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, August 28-September 3; The Annunciation Used With Tune: [Take, O take me as I am]
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The Church the Royal Bride of Christ

Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45:11-18 First Line: O daughter, take good heed Refrain First Line: With gladness and with joy Topics: Adoption; Children Promises for; Christ Communion with; Christians Graces of; Church Beloved of God; Church Extent of; Church Triumph of; Church Unity of; Consecration and Dedication; Covenant Promises; Gospel Fullness of; Gospel Invitations of ; Gospel Privileges of; Heaven; Lord's Supper; Missions Encouragements; Missions Triumphs of; Parents and Children; Worship Grace Needed for Used With Tune: [O daughter, take good heed]

Psalm 45: The Queen Stands

Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 45:10-12 First Line: The queen takes her place at your right hand Refrain First Line: The Queen stands Topics: Mary; The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15 Day; Service Music for Mass Responsorial Psalm; Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest Responsorial Psalm; The Liturgical Year The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15) Used With Tune: [The queen takes her place at your right hand]

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