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From God shall nought divide me

Author: Helmbold Hymnal: Chorale Book for England, The #140 (1863) Hymnal Title: Chorale Book for England, The Lyrics: From God shall nought divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His ever-bounteous hand By night and day is heedful, And gives me what is needful, Where'er I go or stand. If sorrow comes, He sent it, In Him I put my trust; I never shall repent it, For He is true and just, And loves to bless us still; My life and soul, I owe them To Him who doth bestow them, Let Him do as He will. Whate'er shall be His pleasure Is surely best for me; He gave His dearest treasure That our weak hearts might see How good His will t'ward us; And in His Son He gave us Whate'er could bless and save us;-- Praise Him who loveth thus! Oh praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; Oh blest the hour whenever To Him our thoughts can speed; Yes, all the time we spend Without Him is but wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. For when the'world is passing With all its pomp and pride, All we were here amassing No longer may abide; But in our earthy bed, Where softly we are sleeping, God hath us in His keeping, To wake us from the dead. Then though on earth I suffer Much trial, well I know I merit ways still rougher, And 'tis to heaven I go; For Christ I know and love, To Him I now am hasting, And gladness everlasting With Him this heart shall prove. For such His will who made us, The Father seeks our good; The Son hath grace to aid us, And save us by His blood; His Spirit rules our ways, By faith in us abiding, To heaven our footsteps guiding; To Him be thanks and praise. Languages: English
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My God Will Never Leave Me

Author: Ludwig Helmbold, 1532-98; Catherine Winkworth, 1827-78 Hymnal: Christian Worship #418 (1993) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: Christian Worship Lyrics: 1 My God will never leave me, And I will not leave him; A light my God will give me In pathways dark and grim. He reaches out his hand, His mighty power sharing, My burdens ever bearing Wherever I may stand. 2 When human thought and action Shall unavailing prove, God grants me his protection And shows his pow'r and love. He helps in ev'ry need, From sin and shame redeems me, From chains and bonds reclaims me; From death I, too, am freed. 3 God shall be my reliance In sorrow's darkest night; Its dread I bid defiance When he is at my right. I unto him commend My body, soul, and spirit -- They are his own by merit -- All's well, then, at the end. 4 Oh, praise him for he never Forgets our daily need; Oh, blest the hour whenever To him our thoughts can speed, For all the time we spend Without him is but wasted, Till we his joy have tasted, The joy that has no end. 5 And when the world will perish With all its pride and pow'r, All that the world may cherish Will vanish in that hour. But though in death they make The deepest grave our cover, When there our sleep is over, Our God will us awake. Topics: Trust; Trust Tune Title: VON GOTT WILL ICH NICHT LASSEN

From God shall naught divide me

Author: Ludwig Helmbold Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes #d102 (1912) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes
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From God shall naught divide me

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #341 (1893) Meter: 7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 FROM God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His ever-bounteous hand By night and day is heedful, And gives me what is needful, Where'er I go or stand. 2 When man's help and affection Shall unavailing prove, God grants me His protection, And proves His power and love; He helps me in my need, Delivers me from evil, From sin, and death, and Devil, He is my Friend indeed. 3 If sorrow comes, He sent it, In Him I put my trust; I never shall repent it, For He is true and just, And endeth every ill; My life and soul I render To God, my strong Defender, Let Him do as He will. 4 Whate'er shall be His pleasure Is surely best for me; He gave His dearest Treasure, That our weak hearts may see How good His will toward us; And in His Son He gave us Whate'er could bless and save us; Praise Him who loveth thus! 5 O praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; O blest the hour whenever Our thoughts to Him can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is but wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 6 The world away is passing With all its pomp and pride, All we have been amassing No longer may abide: But in our earthly bed, When safely we are sleeping, God hath us in His keeping, To wake us from the dead. 7 Our soul shall never perish, But in yon paradise The joys of heaven shall cherish; Our body shall arise Pure, holy, new-born, free From every sin and evil; The tempting of the Devil We then no more shall see. 8 Then, though on earth I suffer Much trial, well I know I merit ways still rougher, And 'tis to heaven I go: For Christ I know and love, To Him I now am hasting, And gladness everlasting With Him my heart shall prove. 9 Such is His will that made us, The Father seeks our good; The Son hath grace to rid us, Who saved us by His blood; His Spirit rules our ways, Through faith in our abiding, To heaven our footsteps guiding; To Him be thanks and praise! Topics: The Cross and Comfort
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From God shall naught divide me

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #509 (1918) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 FROM God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His ever-bounteous hand By night and day is heedful, And gives me what is needful, Where'er I go or stand. 2 When man's help and affection Shall unavailing prove, God grants me His protection, And proves His power and love; He helps me in my need, Delivers me from evil, From sin, and death, and Devil, He is my Friend indeed. 3 If sorrow comes, He sent it, In Him I put my trust; I never shall repent it, For He is true and just, And endeth every ill; My life and soul I render, To God, my strong Defender, Let Him do as He will. 4 Whate'er shall be His pleasure Is surely best for me; He gave His dearest Treasure, That our weak hearts may see How good His will is toward us; And in His Son He gave us Whate'er could bless and save us; Praise Him who loveth thus! 5 O praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; O blest the hour whenever Our thoughts to Him can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is but wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 6 The world away is passing With all its pomp and pride, All we have been amassing No longer may abide: But in our earthly bed, When safely we are sleeping, God hath us in His keeping, To wake us from the dead. 7 Our soul shall never perish, But in yon paradise The joys of heaven shall cherish; Our body shall arise Pure, holy, new-born, free From every sin and evil; The tempting of the Devil We then no more shall see. 8 Then, though on earth I suffer Much trial, well I know I merit ways still rougher, And 'tis to heaven I go; For Christ I know and love, To Him I now am hasting, And gladness everlasting With Him my heart shall prove. 9 Such is His will that made us, The Father seeks our good; The Son hath grace to rid us, And saves us by His blood; His Spirit rules our ways, Through faith in us abiding, To heaven our footsteps guiding; To Him be thanks and praise! Topics: Cross and Comfort
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From God Shall Naught Divide Me

Author: L. Helmbold, 1532-98; C. Winkworth, 1827-78 Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #465 (1996) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary Lyrics: 1 From God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His ever bounteous hand By night and day is heedful, And gives me what is needful, Wheree'er I go or stand. 2 When man's help and affection Shall unavailing prove, God grants me His protection And shows His pow'r and love. He helps in ev'ry need, From sin and shame redeems me, From chains and bonds reclaims me, Yea, e'en from death I'm freed. 3 If sorrow comes, I'll bear it In patience and in trust; My Lord Himself doth share it, For He is true and just, And loves to bless us still; My life and soul--I owe them To Him who doth bestow them, Let Him do as He will. 4 Whate'er shall be His pleasure Is surely best for me; He gave His dearest treasure, That our weak hearts might see How good His will toward us; And in His Son He gave us Whate'er could bless and save us; Praise Him who loveth thus! 5 O praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; O blest the hour whenever To Him our thoughts can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is but wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 6 For when the world is passing With all its pomp and pride, All we were here amassing No longer may abide; But in our earthly bed, Where softly we are sleeping, God hath us in His keeping, To wake us from the dead. 7 Our soul shall never perish, But in yon paradise The joys of heav'n shall cherish; Our body shall arise Pure, holy, new-born, free From ev'ry sin and evil; The tempting of the devil We then no more shall see. 8 Then, though on earth I suffer Much trial, well I know I merit ways still rougher; Yet 'tis to heav'n I go; For Christ I know and love, To Him I now am hasting, And gladness everlasting With Him my heart shall prove. 9 For such His will who made us; The Father seeks our good; The Son hath grace to aid us, And save us by His blood; His Spirit rules our ways, By faith in us abiding, To heav'n our footsteps guiding; To Him be thanks and praise. Topics: Trinity 14 Languages: English Tune Title: VON GOTT WILL ICH NICHT LASSEN

From God shall naught divide me

Author: Catherine Winkworth, 1827-1878; Ludwig Helmbold Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) #d82 (1889) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States)
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From God Shall Naught Divide Me

Author: Ludwig Helmbold; Catherine Winkworth Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #1628 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. From God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray. His right hand holdeth me; For me He truly careth, My burdens ever beareth, Wherever I may be. 2. When man’s help and affection Shall unavailing prove, God grants me His protection And shows His power and love. He helps in every need, From sin and shame redeems me, From chains and bonds reclaims me, Yea, e’en from death I’m freed. 3. God shall be my Reliance In sorrow’s darkest night; Its dread I bid defiance When He is at my right. I unto Him commend My body, soul, and spirit— They are His own by merit— All’s well then at the end. 4. Oh, praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; Oh, blest the hour whenever To Him our thoughts can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 5. Yea, when the world shall perish With all its pride and power, Whatever worldlings cherish Shall vanish in that hour. But though in death they make The deepest grave our cover, When there our sleep is over, Our God will us awake. 6. What though I here must suffer Distress and trials sore, I merit ways still rougher; And yet there is in store For me eternal bliss, Yea, pleasures without measure, Since Christ is now my treasure, And shall be evermore. Languages: English Tune Title: VON GOTT WILL ICH NICHT LASSEN
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From God Shall Naught Divide Me

Author: Catherine Winkworth; Ludwig Helmbold Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #393 (1941) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: The Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 From God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His right hand holdeth me; For me He truly careth, My burdens ever beareth Wherever I may be. 2 When man's help and affection Shall unavailing prove, God grants me His protection And shows His pow'r and love. He helps in ev'ry need, From sin and shame redeems me, From chains and bonds reclaims me, Yea, e'en from death I'm freed. 3 God shall be my Reliance In sorrow’s darkest night; Its dread I bid defiance When He is at my right. I unto Him commend My body, soul, and spirit-- They are His own by merit-- All’s well then at the end. 4 Oh, praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; Oh, blest the hour whenever To Him our thoughts can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 5 Yea, when the world shall perish With all its pride and power, Whatever worldlings cherish Shall vanish in that hour. But though in death they make The deepest grave our cover, When there our sleep is over, Our God will us awake. 6 What though I here must suffer Distress and trials sore, I merit ways still rougher; And yet there is in store For me eternal bliss, Yea, pleasures without measure, Since Christ is now my Treasure, And shall be evermore. Amen. Topics: Sanctification (The Christian Life) Consecration Scripture: Joshua 24:18 Languages: English Tune Title: VON GOTT WILL ICH NICHT LASSEN
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From God shall naught divide me

Author: L. Helmbold Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnary #349 (1913) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: The Lutheran Hymnary Lyrics: 1 From God shall naught divide me, For He is true for aye, And on my path will guide me, Who else should often stray; His ever bounteous hand By night and day is heedful, And gives me what is needful, Where'er I go or stand. 2 If sorrow comes, He sent it, In Him I put my trust; I ever shall repent it, For He is true and just, And loves to bless us still; My life and soul, I owe them To Him who doth bestow them, Let Him do as He will. 3 Whate'er shall be His pleasure Is surely best for me; He gave His dearest treasure, That our weak hearts might see How good His will toward us; And in His Son He gave us Whate'er could bless and save us; Praise Him who loveth thus! 4 O praise Him, for He never Forgets our daily need; O blest the hour whenever To Him our thoughts can speed; Yea, all the time we spend Without Him is but wasted, Till we His joy have tasted, The joy that hath no end. 5 For when the world is passing With all its pomp and pride, All we were here amassing No longer may abide; But in our earthly bed, Where softly we are sleeping, God hath us in His keeping, To wake us from the dead. 6 Then, though on earth I suffer Much trial, well I know I merit ways still rougher, Yet 'tis to heaven I go; For Christ I know and love, To Him I now am hasting, And gladness everlasting With Him this heart shall prove. 7 For such His will who made us; The Father seeks our good; The Son hath grace to aid us, And save us by His blood; His Spirit rules our ways, By faith in us abiding, To heaven our footsteps guiding; To Him be thanks and praise. Topics: The Church Year Third Sunday after Easter; The Church Year Third Sunday after Easter; Trust in God Tune Title: [From god shall naught divide me]

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