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I Love the Lord, the Fount of Life

Author: William Kuipers Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) #228 (1976) Meter: 10.11.11.10 Hymnal Title: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) First Line: I love the Lord, the fount of life and grace Topics: House of God ; Vows; Post-Communion Service; Jerusalem; Hearer Of Prayer, God The; Deliverance from Death Scripture: Psalm 116 Languages: English Tune Title: SACRIFICE OF PRAISE (Pierre)

I love the Lord, the fount of life and grace

Author: William Kuipers Hymnal: The Service Hymnal, compiled for the General Use in All Religious Services ... #d148 (1935) Hymnal Title: The Service Hymnal, compiled for the General Use in All Religious Services ...
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I Love the Lord, the Fount of Life and Grace

Author: William Kuipers Hymnal: Trinity Psalter Hymnal #116B (2018) Meter: 10.11.11.10 Hymnal Title: Trinity Psalter Hymnal Lyrics: 1 I love the Lord, the fount of life and grace; he hears my voice, my cry and supplication, inclines his ear, gives strength and consolation; in life, in death, my heart will seek his face. 2 The cords of death held me in deep despair; the pangs of hell, like waves by tempest driven, rolled o'er my soul; by grief and sorrow driven, I turned in my distress to God in prayer. 3 I cried, "Deliver thou my soul, O Lord!" Jehovah heard; I pledge him my devotion. The Lord is just, his grace, wide as the ocean; in boundless mercy he fulfills his word. 4 The Lord preserves the meek most tenderly; brought nigh to death, in him I found salvation. Come, thou my soul, relieved from agitation, turn to thy rest; the Lord has favored thee. 5 Thou, O Jehovah, in thy sovereign grace, hast saved my soul from death and woe appalling, dried all my tears, secured my feet from falling. Lo, I shall live and walk before thy face. 6 I have believed, and therefore did I speak when I was made to suffer tribulation; I said in haste and bitter desperation: "All men are false, 'tis nought but lies they speak." 7 What shall I render to Jehovah now for all the riches of his consolation? With joy I'll take the cup of his salvation, and call upon his name with thankful vow. 8 Before his saints I'll pay my vows to God; e'en in death's vale he keepeth me from evil; how dear to God the dying of his people! Praise him, ye saints, and sound his name abroad. 9 I am, O Lord, thy servant, bound yet free, thy handmaid's son, whose shackles thou hast broken; redeemed by grace, I'll render as a token of gratitude my constant praise to thee. 10 Jerusalem! Within thy courts I'll praise Jehovah's name, and with a spirit lowly pay all my vows. O Zion, fair and holy, come join with me and bless him all thy days! Topics: Affiliction; Christian Service; Church As the Lord's House; Consecration and Obedience; Death; Gratitude; Jerusalem; Love For God; Post-Communion; Vows Scripture: Psalm 116 Languages: English Tune Title: GENEVAN 116

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