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Seems it in my anguish lone

Author: Titius, d. 1703 Hymnal: Chorale Book for England, The #146 (1863) Hymnal Title: Chorale Book for England, The Lyrics: Seems it in my anguish lone, As though God forsook His own, Yet I hold this knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. Though awhile it be delay'd, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come at need. As a father not too soon Grants his child the long'd-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His leisure and be still. I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. Would the powers of ill affright, I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! Man may hate me causelessly, Man may plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may pierce and rend; God in heaven is still my Friend. Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure still on high, And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee, Baneful every gift of thine, Only be my God still mine. Ah Lord, if but Thee I have, Nought of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God. Languages: English

Seems it in my anguish lone

Author: Catherine Winkworth, 1827-1878; Christoph Titius Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes #d391 (1912) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn Book with Tunes
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Seems it in my anguish lone

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #360 (1893) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 SEEMS it in my anguish lone, As though God forsook His own, Yet I hold the knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. 2 Though awhile it be delayed, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come at need. 3 As a father not too soon Grants his child the longed-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His pleasure and be still. 4 I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. 5 Would the powers of ill affright. I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! 6 Man may hate me causelessly, Man my plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may pierce and rend; God in heaven is still my Friend. 7 Earth against me may declare, For her love I do not care; Though the world bear me a grudge, God my Father is my Judge. 8 Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure is on high; And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. 9 I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee; Baneful every gift of thine, Only be my God still mine. 10 Ah! Lord, if but Thee I have, Naught of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God! Topics: The Cross and Comfort
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Seems it in my anguish lone

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book #516 (1918) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-book Lyrics: 1 SEEMS it in my anguish lone, As if God forsook His own, Yet I hold the knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. 2 Though awhile it be delayed, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come at need. 3 As a father not too soon Grants his child the longed-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His pleasure and be still. 4 I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. 5 Would the powers of ill affright, I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! 6 Man may hate me causelessly, Man my plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may pierce and rend; God in heaven is still my Friend. 7 Earth against me may declare, For her love I do not care, Though the world bear me a grudge, God my Father is my Judge. 8 Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure is on high; And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. 9 I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee; Baneful every gift of thine, Only be, my God, still mine. 10 Ah! Lord, if but Thee I have, Naught of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God! Topics: Cross and Comfort
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Seems it in my anguish lone

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #412 (1880) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Seems it in my anguish lone, As though God forsook His own, Yet I hold this knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. 2 Though awhile it be delayed, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come in need. 3 As a father not too soon Grants his child the longed-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His pleasure and be still. 4 I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. 5 Would the powers of ill affright, I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! 6 Man may hate me causelessly, Man may plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may piecer and rend: God in heaven is still my Friend. 7 Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure is on high; And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. 8 I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee, Baneful every gift of thine, Only be my God still mine. 9 Ah Lord, if but Thee I have, Nought of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God. Topics: Christian Life and Hope ; The Walk of Godliness Cross and Consolation
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Seems it in my anguish lone

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a412 (1895) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. Lyrics: 1 Seems it in my anguish lone, As though God forsook His own, Yet I hold this knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. 2 Though awhile it be delayed, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come in need. 3 As a father not too soon Grants his child the longed-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His pleasure and be still. 4 I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. 5 Would the powers of ill affright, I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! 6 Man may hate me causelessly, Man may plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may piecer and rend: God in heaven is still my Friend. 7 Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure is on high; And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. 8 I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee, Baneful every gift of thine, Only be my God still mine. 9 Ah Lord, if but Thee I have, Nought of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God. Topics: Christian Life and Hope ; The Walk of Godliness Cross and Consolation
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Seems it in my anguish lone

Author: Christoph Titius; Catherine Winkworth Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #412 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Seems it in my anguish lone, As though God forsook His own, Yet I hold this knowledge fast, God will surely help at last. 2 Though awhile it be delayed, He denieth not His aid; Though it come not oft with speed, It will surely come in need. 3 As a father not too soon Grants his child the longed-for boon, So our God gives when He will; Wait His pleasure and be still. 4 I can rest in thoughts of Him, When all courage else grows dim, For I know my soul shall prove His is more than father's love. 5 Would the powers of ill affright, I can smile at all their might; Or the cross be pressing sore, God, my God, lives evermore! 6 Man may hate me causelessly, Man may plot to ruin me, Foes my heart may piecer and rend: God in heaven is still my Friend. 7 Earth may all her gifts deny, Safe my treasure is on high; And if heaven at last be mine, All things else I can resign. 8 I renounce thee willingly, World, I hate what pleases thee, Baneful every gift of thine, Only be my God still mine. 9 Ah Lord, if but Thee I have, Nought of other good I crave, Bright is even death's dark road, If but Thou art there, my God. Topics: Sunday after New Year's; Fourth Sunday after Epiphany; Third Sunday after Easter; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Cross and Consolation; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Cross and Consolation Languages: English Tune Title: WEBER (Seymour)

Seems it in my anguish lone

Author: Catherine Winkworth, 1827-1878; Christoph Titius Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States) #d293 (1889) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnbook (Lutheran Conference of Missouri and Other States)

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