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After Sermon

Author: Newton Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #452 (1844) Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: On what has now been sown Lyrics: On what has now been sown, Thy blessing, Lord, bestow; The power is thine alone To make it spring and grow. Do thou the gracious harvest raise, And thou alone shalt have the praise. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 3:6 Languages: English
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After Sermon

Author: Burnham Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #460 (1844) Meter: 8.8.8. Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: The gospel's a message of peace Lyrics: 1 The gospel’s a message of peace, We oft by experience have felt; ’Tis filled with Immanuel’s grace, And sweeps away mountains of guilt. O sweet revelation divine! Delighted, we’ve heard its contents; All through it our Jesus does shine. A lover of all his dear saints. 2 Through various scenes of distress, Perplexèd with sin, guilt, and fear; This glorious message of grace Has frequently yielded good cheer. Dear Lord, may we prize the rich peace, The peace so abundantly given; It flows through the word of thy grace, And makes us anticipate heaven. Languages: English
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Before Sermon

Author: Newton Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #451 (1844) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: May this be a much favour'd hour Lyrics: 1 May this be a much-favoured hour To souls in Satan’s bondage led! Lord, clothe thy word with sovereign power To break the rocks, and raise the dead. 2 To mourners speak a cheering word; On seeking souls vouchsafe to shine; Let poor backsliders be restored, And all thy saints in praises join. Languages: English
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Between Prayer and Sermon

Author: Stennett Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #453 (1844) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: Where two or three, with sweet accord Lyrics: 1 [“Where two or three, with sweet accord, Obedient to their sovereign Lord, Meet to recount his acts of grace, And offer solemn prayer and praise; 2 “There,” says the Saviour, “will I be, Amid this little company; To them unveil my smiling face, And shed my glories round the place.”] 3 We meet at thy command, dear Lord; Relying on thy faithful word; Now send thy Spirit from above; Now fill our hearts with heavenly love. Languages: English
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Before Sermon

Author: Fawcett Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #454 (1844) Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: Thy presence, gracious God, afford Lyrics: 1 Thy presence, gracious God, afford; Prepare us to receive thy word; Now let thy voice engage our ear, And faith be mixed with what we hear; Thus, Lord, thy waiting servants bless, And crown thy gospel with success. 2 [Distracting thoughts and cares remove, And fix our hearts and hopes above; With food divine may we be fed, And satisfied with living bread. Thus, Lord, thy waiting servants bless, And crown thy gospel with success.] 3 To us the sacred word apply, With sovereign power and energy; And may we, in thy faith and fear, Reduce to practice what we hear. Thus, Lord, thy waiting servants bless, And crown thy gospel with success. 4 Father, in us thy Son reveal; Teach us to know and do thy will; Thy saving power and love display, And guide us to the realms of day. Thus, Lord, thy waiting servants bless, And crown thy gospel with success. Languages: English
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Before Sermon

Author: Hart Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #455 (1844) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: Once more we come before our God Lyrics: 1 Once more we come before our God; Once more his blessing ask; O may not duty seem a load, Nor worship prove a task. 2 Father, thy quickening Spirit send From heaven, in Jesus’ name, To make our waiting minds attend, And put our souls in frame. 3 May we receive the word we hear, Each in an honest heart; Hoard up the precious treasure there, And never with it part. 4 To seek thee all our hearts dispose; To each thy blessings suit; And let the seed thy servant sows Produce a copious fruit. 5 Bid the refreshing north wind wake; Say to the south wind, Blow; Let every plant the power partake, And all the garden grow. 6 Revive the parched with heavenly showers; The cold with warmth divine; And as the benefit is ours, Be all the glory thine. Languages: English
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Before Sermon

Author: Hart Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #456 (1844) Topics: Before and After Sermon First Line: The good hand of God has brought us again Lyrics: 1 The good hand of God has brought us again (A favour bestowed, we hope not in vain) To hear from our Saviour the word of his grace; Then be our behaviour becoming the place. 2 Remember the ends for which we are met; Alas! my dear friends, we’re apt to forget; The motives that brought us, the Lord only sees; But if he has taught us, our ends should be these: 3 To worship the Lord with praise and with prayer; To practise his word, as well as to hear, To own with contrition the deeds we have done, And take the remission God gives in his Son. 4 Blest Spirit of Christ, descend on us thus; Thy servant assist; teach him to teach us; O send us thy unction, to teach us all good; And touch with compunction, and sprinkle with blood. Scripture: Jeremiah 31:12 Languages: English
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Breathing after Heavenly Things

Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns #XCIII (1790) Topics: After Sermon First Line: To thee, my God, I hourly sigh Lyrics: 1 To thee, my GOD, I hourly sigh, But not for golden stores; Nor covet I the brightest gems, On the rich eastern shores. 2 Nor that deluding empty joy, Men call a mighty name; Nor greatness in it gayest forms, My restless thoughts enflame. 3 Nor pleasure's soft enticing charms, My fond desires allrue; Far greater things than earth can yield, My wishes would secure. 4 Those blissful, those transporting smiles, That brighten Heav'n above; The boundless riches of thy grace, And treasures of thy love. 5 These are the mighty things I crave: O! make these blessings mine; And all the glories of the world I gladly will resign. Languages: English
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Christ's Intercession

Author: Toplady Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns #LXIII (1790) Topics: After Sermon First Line: Awake, sweet gratitude and sing Lyrics: 1 Awake, sweet gratitude and sing, Th' ascended Saviour's love; Sing how he lives to carry on, His people's cause above. 2 For all that come to God by him, Salvation he demands; Points to their names upon his breast, And spreads his wounded hands. 3 His sweet atoning sacrifice, Gives sanction to his claim: "Father, I will that all my saints, "Be with me where I am: 4 "By their salvation, recompense, "Th sorrows I endur'd; "Just to the merits of thy son, "And faithful to thy word." 5 Eternal life, at his request, To every saint is given: Safety on Earth, and, after death, The plenitude of Heaven. Languages: English
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The Kingdom of God, not in word, but in power

Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns #LXV (1790) Topics: After Sermon First Line: A form of words tho' e'er so sound Lyrics: 1 A form of words tho' e'er so sound Can never save a soul, The Holy Ghost must give the wound, And make the wounded whole. 2 Though God's election is a truth, Small comfort there I see, Till I am told by GOD's own mouth, That he has chosen me. 3 Sinners, I read, are justified, By faith in JESUS' blood: But when to me that blood's appli'd, 'Tis then I've peace with GOD. 4 Imputed righteousness I own A doctrine most divine; For JESIS to my heart makes known, That all his merit's mine. 5 To perseverance I agree; The thing to me is clear; Because the LORD has promis'd me, That I shall persevere. 6 Thus christians glorify the LORD; His Spirit joins with ours, In bearing Witness to his word, With all its saving pow'rs. Languages: English

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