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Nature with open volume stands

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: Common Praise #113 (2000) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Common Praise Lyrics: 1 Nature with open volume stands to spread her Maker's praise abroad, and every labour of his hands shows something worthy of our God. 2 But in the grace that rescued man his brightest form of glory shines; here on the cross 'tis fairest drawn in precious blood and crimson lines. 3 Here his whole name appears complete; nor wit can guess, nor reason prove which of the letters best is writ, the power, the wisdom, or the love. 4 O the sweet wonders of that cross where God the Saviour loved and died; her noblest life my spirit draws from his dear wounds and bleeding side. 5 I would for ever speak his name in sounds to mortal ears unknown, with angels join to praise the Lamb, and worship at his Father's throne. Topics: Passiontide and Holy Week; Proper 22 Year A Scripture: 1 Peter 1:19 Languages: English Tune Title: NÜRNBERG
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Nature with open volume stands

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: CPWI Hymnal #121 (2010) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: CPWI Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Nature with open volume stands to spread her maker's praise abroad, and every labour of his hands shows something worthy of our God. 2 But in the grace that rescued man his brightest form of glory shines; here on the cross 'tis fairest drawn in precious blood and crimson lines. 3 Here his whole name appears complete; nor wit can guess, nor reason prove which of the letters best is writ, the power, the wisdom, or the love. 4 O the sweet wonders of that cross where God the Saviour loved and died; her noblest life my spirit draws from his dear wounds and bleeding side. 5 I would for ever speak his name in sounds to mortal ears unknown, with angels join to praise the Lamb, and worship at his Father's throne. Topics: Hymns for the Church Year Lent Languages: English Tune Title: NÜRNBERG

Nature with open volume stands

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Hymns and Psalms #174a (1983) Hymnal Title: Hymns and Psalms Languages: English Tune Title: NURNBERG

Head of the church, our risen Lord

Author: Josiah Conder Hymnal: Hymns and Psalms #547 (1983) Hymnal Title: Hymns and Psalms Languages: English Tune Title: NURNBERG
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Nature with open volume stands

Author: Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Hymnal: Hymns for Celebration #21 (1974) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Hymns for Celebration Lyrics: 1 Nature with open volume stands To spread her Maker's praise abroad, And every labour of his hands Shows something worthy of a God. 2 But in the grace that rescued man His brightest form of glory shines; Here on the Cross 'tis fairest drawn In precious blood and crimson lines. 3 Here his whole Name appears complete; Nor wit can guess, nor reason prove Which of the letters best is writ, The Power, the Wisdom, or the Love. 4 O the sweet wonders of that Cross Where God the Saviour loved and died! Her noblest life my spirit draws From his dear wounds and bleeding side. 5 I would for ever speak his Name In sounds to mortal ears unknown, With angels join to praise the Lamb, And worship at his Father's throne. Topics: Holy Communion At the Communion Languages: English Tune Title: NÜRNBERG
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Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts

Author: Ray Palmer Hymnal: Rejoice in the Lord #273 (1985) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Rejoice in the Lord Lyrics: 1 Jesus, thou Joy of loving hearts, thou fount of life, thou light of all, from the best bliss that earth imparts we turn, unfilled, to heed thy call. 2 Thy truth unchanged hath ever stood; thou savest those that on thee call; to them that seek thee thou art good, to them that find thee all in all. 3 We taste thee, O thou living bread, and long to feast upon thee still; we drink of thee, the fountainhead and thirst our souls from thee to fill. 4 Our restless spirits yearn for thee, where'er our changeful lot is cast, Glad when thy gracious smile we see, blest when our faith can hold thee fast. 5 O Jesus, ever with us stay; make all our moments calm and bright; chase the dark night of sin away, shed o'er the world thy holy light. Scripture: John 6:35-38 Languages: English Tune Title: NURNBERG
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Nature with open volume stands

Hymnal: Small Church Music #6976 Hymnal Title: Small Church Music Tune Title: NURNBERG
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Nature with open volume stands

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: The New English Hymnal #87 (1986) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: The New English Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Nature with open volume stands To spread her Maker's praise abroad, And every labour of his hands Shows something worthy of a God. 2 But in the grace that rescued man His brightest form of glory shines; Here on the Cross 'tis fairest drawn In precious blood and crimson lines. 3 Here his whole Name appears complete; Nor wit can guess, nor reason prove Which of the letters best is writ, The Power, the Wisdom, or the Love. 4 O the sweet wonders of that Cross Where Christ our Saviour loved, and died! Her noblest life my spirit draws From his dear wounds and bleeding side. 5 I would for ever speak his Name In sounds to mortal ears unknown, With angels join to praise the Lamb, And worship at his Father's throne. Topics: The Christian Year Passiontide Languages: English Tune Title: NÜRNBERG

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