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Affliction is a stormy deep

Hymnal: Hymns, Selected and Original #461 (1828) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Affliction sanctified Lyrics: 1 Affliction is a stormy deep, Where wave resounds to wave; Though o'er my head the billows roll, I know the Lord can save. 2 The hand that now withholds my joys Can reinstate my peace; And he who bade the tempest roar, Can bid that tempest cease. 3 In the dark watches of the night, I'll count his mercies o'er; I'll praise him for ten thousand past, And humbly sue for more. 4 When darkness and when sorrows rose And press'd on every side, The Lord has still sustain'd my steps, And still has been my guide. 5 Here will I rest, and build my hopes, Nor murmur at his rod; He's more than all the world to me, My health, my life, my God! Scripture: Psalm 42
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In the floods of tribulation

Hymnal: Hymns, Selected and Original #684 (1828) Meter: Irregular Topics: Sweet Affliction—A Song in a Storm Lyrics: 1 In the floods of tribulation, While the billows o'er me roll, Jesus whispers consolation, And supports my fainting soul: Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Praise the Lord, 2 Thus the lion yields me honey, From the eater food is given, Strengthen'd thus, I still press forward, Singing as I wade to heaven,-- Sweet affliction, sweet affliction, And my sins are all forgiv'n. 3 Floods of tribulation heighten, Billows still around me roar, Those that know not Christ--ye frighten, But my soul defies your power; Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Praise the Lord, 4 In the sacred page recorded Thus his word securely stands; 'Fear not, I'm in trouble near thee, Naught shall pluck you from my hands:' Sweet affliction, sweet affliction Every word my love demands, 5 All I meet I find assist me In my path to heavenly joy, Where, though trials now attend me, Trials never more annoy: Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Praise the Lord, 6 Bless'd there with a weight of glory, Still the path I'll ne'er forget, But, exulting, cry, it led me To my blessed Saviour's seat-- Sweet affliction, sweet affliction, Which has brought to Jesus' feet.

Holy Darkness

Hymnal: Worship and Song #3141 (2011) Meter: Irregular with refrain Topics: Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation First Line: I have tried you in fires of affliction Refrain First Line: Holy darkness, blessing night Scripture: Job 36:15-17 Tune Title: HOLY DARKNESS

내 가 흰 난 당 한 때 에 (The Lord Hear Thee)

Author: A. A. Pieters Hymnal: 찬송과 예배 = Chansong gwa yebae = Come, Let Us Worship #114 (2001) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: Affliction and Comfort First Line: 내 가 흰 난 당 한 때 에 (The Lord hear thee in affliction) Scripture: Psalm 20:1 Languages: English; Korean Tune Title: FABEN

Just a Little Talk with Jesus

Author: Cleavant Derricks Hymnal: Worship and Song #3107 (2011) Meter: 6.6.12 D with refrain Topics: Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation First Line: I once was lost in sin Refrain First Line: have a little talk with jesus Scripture: Psalm 36:5-6 Languages: English Tune Title: JUST A LITTLE TALK
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When the Waves Are Crashing

Author: Gareth Hill Hymnal: Worship and Song #3144 (2011) Meter: 6.6.6.3 D Topics: Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation; Affliction and Tribulation Lyrics: 1 When the waves are crashing and my faith is drowning, though I may forget you, hold me, Lord. When the cliffs are steepest and my hope is weakest, though I fail to trust you, hold me, Lord. 2 When dark clouds have gathered and my love is battered, though i may desert you, hold me, Lord. Faith may be eternal, hope will last forever; greater still is love that holds me, Lord. Scripture: Mark 4:35-41 Languages: English Tune Title: BLUE MOOD
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The Saints Trial and Safety; or, moderated Afflictions

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #229a (1786) Topics: Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated; Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated First Line: Firm and unmov'd are they Lyrics: 1 Firm and unmov'd are they That rest their souls on God: Firm as the mount where David dwelt, Or where the ark abode. 2 As mountains stood to guard The city's sacred ground, So God and his almighty love Embrace his saints around. 3 What though the Father's rod Drop a chastising stroke, Yet lest it wound their souls too deep, Its fury shall be broke. 4 Deal gently, Lord, with those Whose faith and pious fear, Whose hope, and love, and every grace Proclaim their hearts sincere. 5 Nor shall the tyrant's rage Too long oppress the saints; The God of Israel will support His children, lest they faint. 7 But if our slavish fear Will choose the road to hell, We must expect our portion there Where bolder sinners dwell. Scripture: Psalm 125 Languages: English
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The Saints Trial and Safety; or, moderated Afflictions

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #229a (1790) Topics: Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated; Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated First Line: Firm and unmov'd are they Lyrics: 1 Firm and unmov'd are they That rest their souls on God: Firm as the mount where David dwelt, Or where the ark abode. 2 As mountains stood to guard The city's sacred ground, So God and his almighty love Embrace his saints around. 3 What though the Father's rod Drop a chastising stroke, Yet lest it wound their souls too deep, Its fury shall be broke. 4 Deal gently, Lord, with those Whose faith and pious fear, Whose hope, and love, and every grace Proclaim their hearts sincere. 5 Nor shall the tyrant's rage Too long oppress the saints; The God of Israel will support His children, lest they faint. 7 But if our slavish fear Will choose the road to hell, We must expect our portion there Where bolder sinners dwell. Scripture: Psalm 125 Languages: English
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The Saints Trial and Safety; or, moderated Afflictions

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #243b (1786) Topics: Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated; Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated First Line: Firm and unmov'd are they Lyrics: 1 Firm and unmov'd are they That rest their souls on God: Firm as the mount where David dwelt, Or where the ark abode. 2 As mountains stood to guard The city's sacred ground, So God and his almighty love Embrace his saints around. 3 What though the Father's rod Drop a chastising stroke, Yet lest it wound their souls too deep, Its fury shall be broke. 4 Deal gently, Lord, with those Whose faith and pious fear, Whose hope, and love, and every grace Proclaim their hearts sincere. 5 Nor shall the tyrant's rage Too long oppress the saints; The God of Israel will support His children, lest they faint. 7 But if our slavish fear Will choose the road to hell, We must expect our portion there Where bolder sinners dwell. Scripture: Psalm 125 Languages: English
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The Saints Trial and Safety; or, moderated Afflictions

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #243b (1787) Topics: Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated; Afflictions moderated; Grace Tried by Affliction; Saints afflictions moderated First Line: Firm and unmov'd are they Lyrics: 1 Firm and unmov'd are they That rest their souls on God: Firm as the mount where David dwelt, Or where the ark abode. 2 As mountains stood to guard The city's sacred ground, So God and his almighty love Embrace his saints around. 3 What though the Father's rod Drop a chastising stroke, Yet lest it wound their souls too deep, Its fury shall be broke. 4 Deal gently, Lord, with those Whose faith and pious fear, Whose hope, and love, and every grace Proclaim their hearts sincere. 5 Nor shall the tyrant's rage Too long oppress the saints; The God of Israel will support His children, lest they faint. 7 But if our slavish fear Will choose the road to hell, We must expect our portion there Where bolder sinners dwell. Scripture: Psalm 125 Languages: English

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