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Up, My Soul, Gird Thee With Power

Publication Date: 1930Author: E. Cronenwett; Johann B. TreysteinHymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #229Meter: 7.6.7.6.3.3.6.6Hymnal Title: American Lutheran HymnalFirst Line: Up, my soul, gird thee with pow'rLyrics: 1 Up, my soul, gird thee with pow'r, Watch! to prayer betake thee; Lest the sudden evil hour Unawares o'ertake thee. Satan's prey Soon are they, Who, with best endeavor, Watch not, pray not, ever. 2 But first rouse thee, and awake From secure indiff'rence; Else will follow in its wake Woe without deliv'rance. Take thou heed! Utter need, Death in sins might find thee, Ere thou look behind thee. 3 Wake, arouse! else can the Lord Not enlighten, ground thee; Nor thou see the quick'ning Word Shine in splendor round thee. God demands Eyes and hands Open for the offers, He so richly proffers. 4 With thy watching mingle prayer; Grace but rids from slumber. God rids thee from slothful care And the weights that cumber; Else will still Mind and will Lukewarm praises tender, And cold service render. 5 God will have it that we ask, And it shall be given; Who pray alway, alway bask In the grace of heaven. Ere they plead Will He heed, Strengthen, keep, defend them, And deliv'rance send them. 6 Cheer thee then, my soul! all must Work for good and bless us, If we but in prayerful trust To God's Son address us; And He will Richly fill, And His Spirit send us, Who to Him commend us. 7 Let us watch then, pray, with heed, God will prove our Hearer; For the hour of utmost need Constantly draws nearer. Saints will cheer, Sinners fear, When the trumpet calleth, Earth in ruins falleth.Topics: The Christian Life ConsecrationLanguages: EnglishTune Title: NASSAU
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Up, my soul, gird thee with power

Publication Date: 1880Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #396Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran HymnalFirst Line: Up, my soul, gird thee with powerLyrics: 1 Up, my soul, gird thee with power, Watch! to prayer betake thee; Lest the sudden evil hour Unawares o'ertake thee. Satan's prey Soon are they, Who, with best endeavor, Watch not, pray not, ever. 2 But first rouse thee, and awake From secure indiff'rence; Else will follow in its wake Woe without deliv'rance. Take thou heed! Utter need, Death in sins might find thee, Ere thou look behind thee. 3 Wake, arouse! else can the Lord Not enlighten, ground thee; Nor thou see the quickening Word Shine in splendor round thee. God demands Eyes and hands Open for the offers, He so richly proffers. 4 With thy watching mingle prayer; Grace but rids from slumber. God rids thee from slothful care And the weights that cumber; Else will still Mind and will Lukewarm praises tender, And cold service render. 5 God will have it that we ask, And it shall be given; Who pray alway, alway bask In the grace of heaven. Ere they plead Will He heed, Strengthen, keep, defend them, And deliv'rance send them. 6 Cheer thee then, my soul! All must Work for good, and bless us, If we but in prayerful trust To God's Son address us; And He will Richly fill, And His Spirit send us, Who to Him commend us. 7 Let us watch then, pray, with heed, God will prove our Hearer; For the hour of utmost need Constantly draws nearer. Saints will cheer, Sinners fear, When the trumpet calleth, Earth in ruins falleth.Topics: Christian Life and Hope ; The Walk of Godliness Christian Resolve and Holiness
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Up, my soul, gird thee with pow'r

Publication Date: 1908Author: Johann Burchard Freystein; Rev. Emanuel CronenwettHymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #396Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnalFirst Line: Up, my soul, gird thee with pow'rLyrics: 1 Up, my soul, gird thee with power, Watch! to prayer betake thee; Lest the sudden evil hour Unawares o'ertake thee. Satan's prey Soon are they, Who, with best endeavor, Watch not, pray not, ever. 2 But first rouse thee, and awake From secure indiff'rence; Else will follow in its wake Woe without deliv'rance. Take thou heed! Utter need, Death in sins might find thee, Ere thou look behind thee. 3 Wake, arouse! else can the Lord Not enlighten, ground thee; Nor thou see the quickening Word Shine in splendor round thee. God demands Eyes and hands Open for the offers, He so richly proffers. 4 With thy watching mingle prayer; Grace but rids from slumber. God rids thee from slothful care And the weights that cumber; Else will still Mind and will Lukewarm praises tender, And cold service render. 5 God will have it that we ask, And it shall be given; Who pray alway, alway bask In the grace of heaven. Ere they plead Will He heed, Strengthen, keep, defend them, And deliv'rance send them. 6 Cheer thee then, my soul! all must Work for good, and bless us, If we but in prayerful trust To God's Son address us; And He will Richly fill, And His Spirit send us, Who to Him commend us. 7 Let us watch then, pray, with heed, God will prove our Hearer; For the hour of utmost need Constantly draws nearer. Saints will cheer, Sinners fear, When the trumpet calleth, Earth in ruins falleth.Topics: First Sunday of Advent; Ninth Sunday after Trinity; Twentieth Sunday after Trinity; Fifth Sunday after Epiphany; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Christian Resolve and Holiness; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Christian Resolve and HolinessLanguages: EnglishTune Title: NASSAU (Straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn)
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Up, my soul, gird thee with power

Publication Date: 1898Hymnal: The Church and Sunday-School Hymnal #258Hymnal Title: The Church and Sunday-School HymnalFirst Line: Up, my soul, gird thee with power

Up, my soul, gird thee with power

Publication Date: 1930Author: Emanuel Cronenwett; J. B. FreysteinHymnal: The Oxford American Hymnal for Schools and Colleges #d360Hymnal Title: The Oxford American Hymnal for Schools and CollegesFirst Line: Up, my soul, gird thee with power




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