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The Dominion of Jesus Christ

Hymnal: The Psalter #50 (1912) Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ; Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: Come, ye that fear Jehovah Lyrics: 1 Come he that fear Jehovah, Ye saints, your voices raise; Come, stand in awe before Him, And sing His glorious praise. Ye lowly and afflicted Who on His word rely, Your heart shall live forever, The Lord will satisfy. 2 All kindreds of the nations To Christ the Lord shall turn, Thro' earth's remotest regions His altar-fires shall burn. All kingdom, pow'r, and glory Belong to Him alone; He ruleth o'er the nations, Kings bow before His throne. 3 Both high and low shall worship, Both strong and weak shall bend, A faithful church shall serve Him Till generations end. His praise shall be recounted To nations yet to be, The triumphs of His justice A newborn world shall see. Scripture: Psalm 22 Languages: English Tune Title: TOURS
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The Kingship of Jesus

Hymnal: Bible Songs #3 (1901) Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: Why do heathen nations rage Scripture: Psalm 2:1-4 Tune Title: [Why do heathen nations rage]
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The Kingship of Jesus Christ

Hymnal: The Psalter #3 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: Wherefore do the nations rage Lyrics: 1 Wherefore do the nations rage And the people vainly dream That in triumph they can wage War against the King supreme? Christ His Son a scoff they make, And the rulers, plotting, say: Their dominion let us break Let us cast their yoke away, Their dominion let us break, Let us cast their yoke away. 2 But the Lord will scorn them all, Calm, He sits enthroned on high; Soon His wrath will on them fall, Sore displeased He will reply: Yet according to My will I have set My King to reign, And on Zion's holy hill My Anointed I maintain; And on Zion's holy hill My Anointed I maintain. 3 This His word shall be made known, This Jehovah's firm decree: Thou art My beloved Son, Yea I have begotten Thee. All the earth at Thy request I will give Thee for Thy own; Then Thy might shall be confessed And Thy foes be overthrown; Then Thy might shall be confessed And Thy foes be overthrown. 4 Therefore, kings, be wise, give ear, Hearken, judges of the earth; Learn to serve the Lord with fear. Mingle trembling with your mirth. Kiss the Son, lest o'er our way His consuming wrath should break; But supremely blest are they Who in Christ their refuge take; But supremely blest are they Who in Christ their refuge take. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English Tune Title: HERALD ANGELS
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Christ's Inheritance

Hymnal: Bible Songs #4a (1901) Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: Thus hath said the Lord most high Refrain First Line: Fear his wrath, and kiss the Son Scripture: Psalm 2:5-9 Tune Title: [Thus hath said the Lord most high]
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Christ's Inheritance

Hymnal: The Psalter #4 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: O wherefore do the nations rage Lyrics: 1 O wherefore do the nations rage, And kings and rulers strive in vain, Against the Lord of earth and heav'n To overthrow Messiah's reign? 2 Their strength is weakness in the sight Of him who sits enthroned above; He speaks, and judgments fall on them Who tempt His wrath and scorn His love. 3 By God's decree His Son receives The nations for His heritage; The conqu'ring Christ supreme shall reign As King of kings, from age to age. 4 Be wise, ye rulers of the earth, And serve the Lord with godly fear; With rev'rent joy confess the Son While yet in mercy He is near. 5 Delay not, lest His anger rise, And ye should perish in your way; Lo, all that put their trust in Him Are blest indeed, and blest for aye. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English Tune Title: UXBRIDGE

A Revival Hymn

Author: Rev. Oswald J. Smith Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #10 (1934) Topics: Allegiance First Line: Revive thy work, O Lord Refrain First Line: Revive Thy work, O Lord Tune Title: [Revive thy work, O Lord]

Blessed Assurance

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #12 (1934) Topics: Allegiance First Line: Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine Refrain First Line: This is my story, this is my song Tune Title: [Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine]

Living for Jesus

Author: T. O. Chisholm Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #15 (1934) Topics: Allegiance First Line: Living for Jesus a life that is true Refrain First Line: O Jesus, Lord and Savior, I give myself to thee Tune Title: [Living for Jesus a life that is true]

True-Hearted, Whole-Hearted

Author: Frances R. Havergal Hymnal: Christian Service Songs #25 (1939) Topics: Allegiance First Line: True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyal Refrain First Line: Peal out the watchword! silence it never Languages: English Tune Title: [True-hearted, whole-hearted] (Stebbins)
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The Coming Triumphs of the Gospel

Hymnal: Bible Songs #42 (1901) Topics: Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ First Line: Earth's utmost bounds shall hear Refrain First Line: For God the Lord all empire owns Scripture: Psalm 22:17-19 Tune Title: [Earth's utmost bounds shall hear]

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