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What though no flowers the fig-tree clothe

Hymnal: Hymns for Christian Devotion #629 (1871) Meter: Topics: Adversity, rejoicing in; Rejoicing in Adversity Languages: English
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Naked as from the Earth we came

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #I.V (1766) Topics: Prosperity and Adversity Lyrics: 1 Naked, as from the Earth we came, And crept to Life at first, We to the Earth return again, And mingle with our Dust. 2 The dear Delights we here enjoy, And fondly call our own, Are but short Favours borrow'd Now, To be repaid Anon. 3 'Tis God that lifts our Comforts high, Or sinks them in the Grave, He gives, and (blessed by his Name) He takes but what he gave. 4 Peace, all our angry Passions, then Let each rebellious Sigh Be silent at his Sov'reign Will, And ev'ry Murmur die. 5 If smiling Mercy crown our Lives, Its Praises shall be spread, And we'll adore the Justice too That strikes our Comforts dead. Scripture: Job 1:21 Languages: English

Lord, let your face shine on us

Author: The Grail Hymnal: Together in Song #2 (1999) Topics: Adversity First Line: When I call, answer me, O God of justice Scripture: Psalm 4 Languages: English Tune Title: GELINEAU PSALM 4

My God, my god, why have you abandoned me?

Author: ICEL Hymnal: Together in Song #9 (1999) Topics: Adversity First Line: All who see me deride me Scripture: Psalm 22 Languages: English Tune Title: PSALM 22

Beside the Great Cathedrals

Author: Daniel Charles Damon Hymnal: New Hymns of Hope #25 Meter: D Topics: Adversity Lyrics: 1 Beside the great cathedrals we huddle in the rain, or underneath the bridges till busy folks complain. We seek a little shelter, a coin to buy some bread, and Jesus waits here with us. He shares our stony bed. 2 He sings on city sidewalks, he sits on curbs alone, he holds a sign and listens for footsteps on the stone. He sings down by the river, a spiritual, a blues, with mothers and with fathers who pay no union dues. 3 Friend, have you seen him naked, in prison, or in pain, and have you seen him shivering with us out in the rain? Friend, have you seen him sleeping outside cathedral doors, and have you heard him singing with those the world ignores? 4 Sit down with us and listen to stories we can tell of death and resurrection, of heaven and of hell. Then strive to love the beggars who gather at your door, and see in us our Savior, the rabbi of the poor. Scripture: Matthew 25:31-46 Languages: English Tune Title: CHARTRES STREET

O Church, be faithful

Author: Julie Tennent Hymnal: Discipleship Ministries Collection #25 Meter: Irregular Topics: Adversity First Line: O Church, be faithful, and persevere Languages: English Tune Title: PERSEVERANCE

In Every Changing State of Mind

Author: Daniel Charles Damon Hymnal: New Hymns of Hope #29 Meter: with refrain Topics: Adversity First Line: By grace we grasp a thread of hope Lyrics: Refrain: In every changing state of mind from ecstasy to deep despair, the Spirit beckons till we find the strength to pray, the will to care. 1 By grace we grasp a thread of hope and walk the shifting sand, until the thread becomes a rope held fast by Jesus' hand. [Refrain] 2 In barren places we will sing our dusty voices clear, and by our daily choices, bring God's healing presence near. [Refrain] 3 Yes, God is with is where we are, and knows our deepest fear; though seeming distant as a star, our God, in Christ, is here. [Refrain] Scripture: Revelation 22:17 Languages: English Tune Title: HOLLY

All you nations, sing out your joy to the Lord

Author: Lucien Deiss, 1921 Hymnal: Together in Song #36 (1999) Topics: Adversity First Line: Joyfully shout, all you on earth Scripture: Psalm 66:1-12 Languages: English Tune Title: DEISS PSALM 66

Sing to the Lord a new song

Hymnal: Together in Song #43 (1999) Topics: Adversity Scripture: Psalm 81 Tune Title: PSALM 81

Bonum est confidere in Domino (It is good to trust in the Lord our God)

Hymnal: Together in Song #50 (1999) Topics: Adversity First Line: It is good to give thanks to the Lord Scripture: Psalm 92:1-5 Languages: English; Latin Tune Title: PSALM 92


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