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The Lord Himself doth condescend

Hymnal: Hymns and Songs of Praise for Public and Social Worship #661 (1874)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Songs of Praise for Public and Social Worship
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The Lord himself doth condescend

Hymnal: New Christian Hymn and Tune Book #552 (1882)Hymnal Title: New Christian Hymn and Tune BookTopics: God WatchcareLanguages: English

The Lord himself doth condescend to be my shepherd

Author: Francis HopkinsonHymnal: New Christian Hymn and Tune Book. Word ed. #d95 (1887)Hymnal Title: New Christian Hymn and Tune Book. Word ed.
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The Lord Himself doth condescend

Hymnal: Songs of Praise #194 (1880)Hymnal Title: Songs of Praise
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The Lord himself doth condescend

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #23 (1789)Hymnal Title: The Psalms of DavidLyrics: 1 The Lord himself doth condescend, To be my shepherd and my friend; I on his faithfulness rely; His care shall all my wants supply. 2 In pastures green he doth me lead, And there in safety makes me feed, Refreshing streams are ever nigh, My thirsty soul to satisfy. 3 When stray'd, or languid, I complain, His grace revives my soul again; For his name's sake, in ways upright, He makes me walk with great delight. 4 Yea, when death's gloomy vale I tread, With joy, ev'n there, I'll lift my head; From fear and dread he'll keep me free, His rod and staff shall comfort me. 5 Thou spread'st a table, Lord, for me, While foes with spite thy goodness see; Thou dost my head with oil anoint, And a full cup for me appoint. 6 Goodness and mercy shall to me, Through all my life extended be; And when my pilgrimage is o'er, I'll dwell with thee for evermore.Scripture: Psalm 23Languages: English
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The LORD himself doth condescend

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #XXIII (1767)Hymnal Title: The Psalms of DavidLyrics: 1 The LORD himself doth condescend, To be my Shepherd and my Friend; I on his faithfulness rely; His Care shall all my Wants supply. 2 In Pastures green he doth me lead, And there in Safety makes me feed, Refreshing Streams are ever nigh, My thirsty Soul to satify. 3 When stray'd, or languid, I complain, His Grace revives my Soul again; For his Name's sake, in Ways upright, He makes me walk with great Delight. 4 Yea, when Death's gloomy Vale I tread, With Joy, ev'n there, I'll lift my Head; From Fear and Dread he'll keep me free, His Rod and Staff shall comfort me. 5 Thou spread'st a Table, Lord for me, While Foes with Spite thy Goodness see; Thou dost my Head with Oil anoint, And a full Cup for me appoint. 6 Goodness and Mercy shall to me, Through all my Life extended be; And when my Pilgrimage is o'er, I'll dwell with thee for evermore.Topics: Description of Confidence of Believers in Death; Thanksgivings For diverse Mercies shown to BelieversScripture: Psalm 23Languages: EnglishTune Title: [The Lord himself doth condescend]




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