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I lift my heart to thee

Hymnal: American Hymns Old and New #17 (1980) Hymnal Title: American Hymns Old and New Tune Title: PSALM 25
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I lift my heart to thee

Author: Sternhold Hymnal: Hymn Book for Christian Worship #574 (1854) Hymnal Title: Hymn Book for Christian Worship
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I lift my heart to thee

Author: Sternhold Hymnal: Hymns for the Christian Church, for the Use of the First Church of Christ in Boston #226 (1869) Hymnal Title: Hymns for the Christian Church, for the Use of the First Church of Christ in Boston

I lift my heart to thee, my God and Guide

Author: Thomas Sternhold Hymnal: The Christian Psalter #d248 (1841) Hymnal Title: The Christian Psalter
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I Lift My Heart to Thee (Sternhold)

Author: Thomas Sternhold, 1500-1549 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #2875 Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: I lift my heart to Thee Lyrics: 1. I lift my heart to Thee, My God and Guide most just; Now suffer me to take no shame, For in Thee I do trust. Direct me in Thy truth, And teach me, I Thee pray; Thou art my God and Savior, On Thee I wait alway. 2. Thy mercies manifold, I pray Thee, Lord, remember, I eke Thy pity plentiful, For they have been foreā€™er. Remember not the faults And frailty of my youth; Remember not how ignorant I have been of Thy truth. 3. Nor after my deserts Let me Thy mercy find, But of Thine own benignity Lord have me in Thy mind. His mercy is full sweet, His truth a perfect guide, Therefore the Lord will sinners teach And such as go aside. 4. The humble He will teach His precepts for to keep: He will direct in all His ways The lowly and the meek. For all the ways of God Are truth and mercy both To them that keep His testament The witness of His truth. Languages: English Tune Title: DIADEMATA

I lift my heart to thee, my God and Guide

Author: Thomas Sternhold Hymnal: The Harvard University Hymn Book #d103 (1926) Hymnal Title: The Harvard University Hymn Book
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Psalm XXV

Author: T.S. Hymnal: The whole book of Psalms #XXV (1812) Hymnal Title: The whole book of Psalms First Line: I Lift my heart to thee Lyrics: 1 I Lift my heart to thee, my God and guide most just; Now suffer me to take no shame, for in thee do I trust. 2 Let not my foes rejoice, nor make a scorn of me; And let them not be overthrown, that put their trust in thee. 3 But shame shall them befall, who harm them wrongfully: Therefore thy paths, and thy right ways, unto me, Lord, descry. 4 Direct me in thy truth, and teach me, I thee pray: Thou art my Savior and my God, on thee I wait alway. 5 Thy mercies manifold remember, Lord, I pray: In pity thou art plentiful, and so hast been alway. 6 Remember not the faults and frailty of my youth; Call not to mind how ignorant I have been of thy truth: 7 Nor after my deserts let me thy mercy find; But of thine own benignity, Lord, have me in thy mind. 8 His mercy is full sweet, his truth a perfect guide; Therefore the Lord will sinners teach, and such as go aside. 9 The humble he will teach his precepts to obey, He will direct in all his paths the lowly man alway. 10 For all the ways of God both truth and mercy are; To them that do his covenant and statutes keep with care. The Second Part. 11 Now for thy holy Name, O Lord, I thee entreat To grant me pardon for my sin, for it is very great. 12 Whoso doth fear the Lord, by him he shall be kept, To lead his life in such a way as he doth best accept: 13 His soul shall evermore in goodness dwell and stand; His seed and his posterity inherit shall the land. 14 All those that fear the Lord, know his secret intent; And unto them he doth declare his will and testament. 15 My eyes and thankful heart to him I will advance, That plucked my feet out of the snare Of sin and ignorance. 16 With mercy me behold, to thee I make my moan; For I am poor and desolate, and comfortless alone. 17 The troubles of my heart are multiplied indeed; Bring me out of this misery, necessity, and need. 18 Behold my poverty, my anguish and my pain: Remit my sin and my offence, and make me clean again. 19 O Lord, behold my foes, how they do still increase, Pursuing me with deadly hate, that fain would live in peace: 20 Preserve and keep my soul, and still deliver me; And let me not be overthrown, because I trust in thee. 21 Let truth and uprightness for ever wait on me, Because my hope and confidence have always been in thee. 22 Deliver, Lord, thy folk, and send them some relief; I mean thy chosen Israel, from all their pain and grief. Scripture: Psalm 25 Languages: English
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Ad te Domine

Author: T. S. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #11d (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: I lift my heart to thee Lyrics: 1 I lift my heart to thee, my God and guide most just: Now suffer me to take no shame, for in thee do I trust. 2 Let not my foes rejoyce, nor make a scorne of me: And let them not be overthrown, that put their trust in thee. 3 But shame shall them befall, who harm them wrongfully: Therefore thy paths and thy right waies unto me Lord descry: 4 Direct me in thy truth, and teach me, I thee pray: Thou art my God and Saviour, on thee I wait alway. 5 Thy mercies manifold, I pray thee Lord remember: And eke thy pitie plentifull, for they have been for ever. 6 Remember not the faults and frailty of my youth: Remember not how ignorant I have been of thy truth. Nor after my deserts let me thy mercy findL But of thine own benignity Lord have me in thy mind. 7 His mercy is full sweet, his truth a perfect guide: Therefore the Lord will sinners teach, and such as go aside. u The humble he will teach his precepts for to keep: He will direct in all his waies, the lowly and the meek. 9 For all the waies of God are truth and mercy both: To them that keep his Testament, the witnesse of his troth. The second Part: 10 Now for thy holy Name O Lord, I thee intreat To grant me pardon for my sin, for it is wondrous great. 11 Who so doth feare the Lord, the lord will him direct: To lead his life in such a way as he doth best accept. 12 His soule shall evermore in goodnesse dwell and stand: His seed and his posterity inherit shall the land. 13 All those that feare the Lord, know his secret intent; And unto them he doth declare his Will and Testament. 14 Mine eyes and eke my heart to him I will advanceL That plucked my feet out of the snare of sin and ignorance. 15 With mercy me behold, to thee I make my mone: For I am poore and desolate, and comfortlesse alone. 16 The troubles of my heart are multiplied indeed: Bring me out of this misery, necessity and need. 17 Behold my poverty, mine anguish and my paine: Remit my sin and mine offence, and make me cleane againe. 18 O Lord behold my foes, how they do still increase: Pursuing me with deadly hate, that faine would live in peace: 19 Preserve and keep my soule, and eke deliver me; And let me not be overthrowne, because I trust in thee. 20 Let my simple purenesse me from mine enemies thend, Because I look as one of then, that thou shouldst me defend. 21 Deliver Lord thy folk, and send them some relief: I meane thy chosen Israel, from all their paine and grief. Scripture: Psalm 25 Languages: English

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