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All who love and serve your city

Hymnal: Australian Hymn Book #562 (1977) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Australian Hymn Book
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All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #674 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Celebrating Grace Hymnal Lyrics: 1 All who love and serve your city, all who bear its daily stress, all who cry for peace and justice, all who curse and all who bless: 2 In your day of wealth and plenty, wasted day of helpless strife, honor, peace, and love retreating, seek the Lord, who is your life. 3 In your day of wealth and plenty, wasted work and wasted play, call to mind the word of Jesus, "Work ye yet while it is day." 4 For all days are days of judgment, and the Lord is waiting still, drawing near to all who spurn Him, offering peace from Calvary's hill. 5 Risen Lord, shall yet the city be the city of despair? Come today, our Judge, our Glory, be its name “The Lord is there!" Topics: The Church on Mission Daily Life; Daily Life; Grief; Social Concerns Tune Title: CHARLESTOWN

All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley Hymnal: Chalice Hymnal #670 (1995) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Chalice Hymnal Topics: Peace on Earth; Justice; Judgment; God: Righteousness; Cities; God's World Justice and Righteousness; Righteousness Languages: English Tune Title: CHARLESTOWN

All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley, 1917-1982 Hymnal: Common Praise (1998) #590 (1998) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Common Praise (1998) Topics: Justice; Nation and City; Reign of Christ; Peace Scripture: Psalm 27 Tune Title: BIRABUS
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All who love and serve your city

Author: Erik Routley, 1917-1982 Hymnal: Common Praise #373 (2000) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Common Praise Topics: The City Scripture: Colossians 3:4 Languages: English Tune Title: OMNI DIE
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All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley Hymnal: Ecumenical Praise #54 (1977) Hymnal Title: Ecumenical Praise Lyrics: 1 All who love and serve your city, All who bear its daily stress, All who cry for peace and justice, All who curse and all who bless. 2 In your day of loss and sorrow, In your day of helpless strife, Honor, peace and love retreating, Seek the Lord, who is your life. 3 In your day of wealth and plenty, Wasted work and wasted play, Call to mind the word of Jesus, 'Work ye yet while it is day.' 4 For all days are days of judgment, And the Lord is waiting still, Drawing near to men who spurn him, Offering peace from Calvary's hill. 5 Risen Lord, shall yet the city, Be the city of despair? Come today, our Judge, our Glory, Be its name, 'The Lord is there!' Topics: Christian Concern Society and City Scripture: Ezekiel 48:35 Languages: English Tune Title: BIRABUS
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All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley Hymnal: Ecumenical Praise #55 (1977) Hymnal Title: Ecumenical Praise Lyrics: 1 All who love and serve your city, All who bear its daily stress, All who cry for peace and justice, All who curse and all who bless. 2 In your day of loss and sorrow, In your day of helpless strife, Honor, peace and love retreating, Seek the Lord, who is your life. 3 In your day of wealth and plenty, Wasted work and wasted play, Call to mind the word of Jesus, 'Work ye yet while it is day.' 4 For all days are days of judgment, And the Lord is waiting still, Drawing near to men who spurn him, Offering peace from Calvary's hill. 5 Risen Lord, shall yet the city, Be the city of despair? Come today, our Judge, our Glory, Be its name, 'The Lord is there!' Languages: English Tune Title: CHARLESTOWN
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All who love and serve your city

Author: Erik Routley, 1917-1982 Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Worship #724 (2006) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Worship Lyrics: 1 All who love and serve your city, all who bear its daily stress, all who cry for peace and justice, all who curse and all who bless, 2 In your day of loss and sorrow, in your day of helpless strife, honor, peace, and love retreating, seek the Lord, who is your life. 3 In your day of wealth and plenty, wasted work and wasted play, call to mind the word of Jesus, "You must work while it is day." 4 For all days are days of judgment, and the Lord is waiting still, drawing near a world that spurns him, off'ring peace from Calv'ry's hill. 5 Risen Lord, shall yet the city be the city of despair? Come today, our judge, our glory. Be its name “The Lord is there!" Topics: Justice, Peace; City; Daily Life and Work; Justice, Peace Languages: English Tune Title: NEW ORLEANS
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All Who Love and Serve Your City

Author: Erik Routley Hymnal: Glory to God #351 (2013) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Glory to God Lyrics: 1 All who love and serve your city, all who bear its daily stress, all who cry for peace and justice, all who curse and all who bless: 2 In your day of wealth and plenty, wasted work and wasted play, call to mind the word of Jesus, "You must work while it is day." 3 For all days are days of judgment, and the Lord is waiting still, drawing near a world that spurns him, offering peace from Calvary's hill. 4 Risen Lord, shall yet the city be the city of despair? Come today, our judge, our glory. Be its name “The Lord is there!" Topics: Christ's Return and Judgment; Jesus Christ Advent; Justice; A New Heaven and a New Earth; Personal Peace; World Peace; Service; Social Concerns; Work Scripture: Psalm 90:12 Languages: English Tune Title: CHARLESTOWN

All who love and serve your city

Author: Erik Routley, 1917-1982 Hymnal: Hymnal 1982 #570 (1985) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Hymnal 1982 Languages: English Tune Title: BIRABUS

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