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The Lord Our Dwelling-Place

Hymnal: The Psalter #245 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Righteous First Line: Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling-place Lyrics: 1 Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling place Through all the ages of our race; Before the mountains had their birth, Or ever Thou hadst formed the earth, From everlasting Thou art God, To everlasting our abode. 2 At thy command man fades and dies And new-born generations rise; A thousand years are passed away, And all to Thee are but a day; Yea, like the watches of the night, With Thee the ages wing their flight. 3 Man soon yields up his fleeting breath Before this swelling tide of death; Like transient sleep his seasons pass, His life is like the tender grass, Luxuriant 'neath the morning sun, And withered ere the day is done. 4 Man in thy anger is consumed, and unto grief and sorrow doomed; Before Thy clear and searching sight Our secret sins are brought to light; Beneath Thy wrath we pine and die, Our life expiring like a sigh. 5 For threescore years and ten we wait, Or fourscore years if strength be great; But grief and toil attend life's day, And soon our spirits fly away; O who with true and rev'rent though Can fear Thy anger as he ought? Scripture: Psalm 90 Languages: English Tune Title: ST. CATHERINE
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Lessons from the Past

Hymnal: The Psalter #213 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Righteous First Line: My people, give ear, attend to my word Lyrics: 1 My people, give ear, attend to my word, In parables new deep truths shall be heard; The wonderful story our fathers made known To children succeeding by us must be shown. 2 Instructing our sons we gladly record The praises, the works, the might of the Lord, For He hath commanded that what He hath done Be passed in tradition from father to son. 3 Let children thus learn from history's light To hope in our God and walk in His sight, The God of their fathers to fear and obey, And ne'er like their fathers to turn from His way. 4 The story be told, to warn and restrain, Of hearts that were hard, rebellions, and vain, Of soldiers who faltered when battle was near, Who kept not God's covenant nor walked in His fear. 5 God's wonderful works to them He had shown, His marvelous deeds their fathers had known; He made for their pathway the waters divide, His glorious pillar of cloud was their guide. 6 He gave them to drink, relieving their thirst, And forth from the rock caused water to burst; Yet faithless they tempted their God, and they said, Can He Who gave water supply us with bread? 7 Jehovah was wroth because they forgot To hope in their God, and trusted Him not; Yet gracious, He opened the doors of the sky And rained down the manna in richest supply. 8 With bread from on high their need He supplied, And more did He do when thankless they sighed; The strong winds commanding from south and from east, He sent them abundance of quail for their feast. 9 Though well they were filled, their folly they chose, Till God in His wrath o'erwhelmed them with woes; He slew of their strongest and smote their young men, But still unbelieving they sinned even then. 10 Because of their sin He smote with His rod, And then they returned and sought for their God; Their Rock and Redeemer was God the Most High, Yet false were their praises, their promise a lie. 11 Not right with their God in heart and in will, They faithlessly broke His covenant still; But He, in compassion, reluctant to slay, Forgave them and oft turned His anger away. 12 His pity was great, though often they sinned, For they were but flesh, a swift passing wind; Yet thought His compassion and grace they behold, They tempted and grieved Him and often rebelled. 13 They limited God, the Most Holy One, And hindered the work His grace had begun; The hand that was mighty to save they forgot, The day of redemption remembering not. 14 Ungrateful and blind, no longer they thought Of wonders and signs and mighty deeds wrought, Of how all the rivers of Egypt ran red, And plagues in God's anger were heaped on their head. 15 They thought not of how, their freedom to gain, In Egypt's abodes the first-born were slain, And how all God's people were led forth like sheep, The flock He delighted in safety to keep. Scripture: Psalm 78 Languages: English Tune Title: CHIOS
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The Cry of the Mortal

Hymnal: The Psalter #244 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Righteous First Line: Lord, thro' all the generations Lyrics: 1 Lord, thro' all the generations Of the children of our race, In our fears and tribulations, Thou hast been our dwelling-place. Ere the vast and wide creation By Thy word was cased to be, Or the mountains held their station, Thou art God eternally. 2 Each succeeding generation At Thy mighty word appears; Thou dost count in time's duration One day as a thousand years. Death, with swift and sudden warning, Calls us from life's dream away, Like the grass, green in the morning, Withered ere the close of day. 3 In Thy wrath our spirits languish, Sinful 'neath Thy searching eye; All our days are passed in anguish, In Thy wrath we pine and id. Threescore years and ten we tarry, Fourscore years the strong may stay, Long the load of grief to carry, Till at last we fly away. 4 Who can weigh Thy just displeasure, Who can fear Thee as he ought? Teach us now our days to measure And to wisdom turn our thought. Lord, return, regard our sadness; with Thy servants now abide; Fill our days with joy and gladness, With Thy mercy satisfied. 5 Long the clouds of evil lower; Bless us now with gladsome days; Let Thy servants see Thy power, Let their children learn Thy praise. On us let the grace and beauty Of the Lord our God remain, Strengthen us for noble duty That our work be not in vain. Scripture: Psalm 90 Languages: English Tune Title: ARMSTRONG
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Assurance of Blessing

Hymnal: The Psalter #230 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Restrained First Line: Lord, Thou hast greatly blessed our land Lyrics: 1 Lord, Thou hast greatly blessed our land, Thou hast brought back our captive band, Thy pard'ning grace has made us free And covered our iniquity. 2 O Thou, Who in a former day Didst turn Thy dreadful wrath away, In grace Thy people, Lord, return, And let Thy wrath no longer burn. 3 O will Thy anger never cease, Forever shall thy wrath increase? Revive and quicken us once more, And Thy salvation's joy restore. 4 To us Thy mercy now afford And show us Thy salvation, Lord; Yea, Thou wilt answer us in peace, If from our folly we will cease. 5 The Lord's salvation will appear To men of faith and godly fear, And glory in our land shall dwell When we shall heed God's precepts well. 6 Now truth agrees with mercy mild, Now law and peace are reconciled; Behold the truth from earth arise, With justice shining from the skies. 7 The Lord will send His blessing down, And harvest all our land shall crown; Before Him righteousness abides, And in His steps our feet He guides. Scripture: Psalm 85 Languages: English Tune Title: ROCKINGHAM OLD
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Encouragement in Prayer

Hymnal: The Psalter #231 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Restrained First Line: Lord, Thou hast favor shown Thy land Lyrics: 1 Lord, Thou hast favor shown Thy land, Restored again Thy captive band; Thy people's sins Thou pardoned hast, And all their guilt hast covered o'er, Removed from them Thy anger sore, All Thy fierce wrath behind Thee cast. 2 In grace Thy people, Lord, return, Nor longer let Thy anger burn; Wilt Thou forever angry be? Thro' ages shall Thy wrath survive? Wilt Thou not us again revive, That so we may rejoice in Thee? 3 O Lord, to us Thy mercy show, And Thy salvation now bestow; We wait to hear what God will say; Peace to His people He will speak, And to His saints, but let them seek No more in folly's path to stray. Scripture: Psalm 85 Languages: English Tune Title: REDAL
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God's eternity and man's frailty

Hymnal: Bible Songs #181 (1901) Topics: Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Righteous First Line: Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place Scripture: Psalm 90:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: [Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place]
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The Greatness and Grace of God

Hymnal: The Psalter #397 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Anger of God Restrained First Line: O Lord, Thou art my God and King Lyrics: 1 O Lord, Thou art my God and King, And I will ever bless Thy Name; I will extol Thee ev'ry day, And evermore Thy praise proclaim. 2 The Lord is greatly to be praised, His greatness is beyond our thought; From age to age the sons of men Shall tell the wonders God has wrought. 3 Upon Thy glorious majesty And wondrous works my mind shall dwell; thy deeds shall fill the world with awe, And of Thy greatness I will tell. 4 Thy matchless goodness and Thy grace Thy people shall commemorate, And all Thy truth and righteousness My joyful song shall celebrate. 5 The Lord out God is rich in grace, Most tender and compassionate; His anger is most slow to rise, His loving-kindness is most great. 6 The Lord is good in all His ways, His creatures know His constant care; To all His works His love extends, All men His tender mercies share. 7 Thy works shall give Thee thanks, O Lord, Thy saints Thy mighty acts shall show, Till o'er the earth the sons of men Thy kingdom, power, and glory know. 8 Eternal is Thy kingdom, Lord, Forever strong and ever sure; while generations rise and die Shall Thy dominion still endure. Scripture: Psalm 145 Languages: English Tune Title: DUKE STREET
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The Excellency of God

Hymnal: The Psalter #399 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Restrained First Line: My God, I will extol Thee Lyrics: 1 My God, I will extol Thee And ever bless Thy Name; Each day will I give thanks to Thee And all Thy praise proclaim. Great is the Lord and mighty, And highly to be praised; His greatness is unsearchable, Above our knowledge raised. 2 To ev'ry generation thy glory shall be told, Thy honor and Thy majesty In mem'ry I will hold; Thy mighty pow'r and greatness Shall all mankind confess, And tell the story of Thy love, And sing Thy righteousness. 3 The Lord is very gracious And most compassionate; His anger is most slow to rise, His mercy is most great; On all His helpless creatures His tender mercies rest; By all His works He shall be praised, By all His saints be blest. 4 The glory of His kingdom Proclaimed abroad shall be, That all may know His mighty deeds And glorious majesty; His kingdom is eternal, His throne shall stand secure, And His dominion without end Thro' ages shall endure. Scripture: Psalm 145 Languages: English Tune Title: ST. LOUIS
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Jesus Crowned and Triumphant

Hymnal: The Psalter #45 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Righteous First Line: Now the King in Thy strength shall be joyful, O Lord Lyrics: 1 Now the King in Thy strength shall be joyful, O Lord, Thy salvation shall make Him rejoice; For the wish of His heart Thou didst freely accord, The request of His suppliant voice. 2 All the blessings of goodness Thou freely didst give; With the purest of gold he is crowned; When He asked of Thee life Thou hast made Him to live While the ages shall circle around. 3 Thro' salvation from Thee hat His fame spread abroad, Thou didst glory and honor impart; Thou hast made Him most blessed forever, O God, And Thy presence hat gladdened His heart. 4 For the King in the strength of Jehovah Most High Did unwavering confidence place; On the Name of Jehovah He still will rely, And shall stand evermore in His grace. 5 By the hand of Thy might and Thy anger destroyed, All Thy foes and their offspring shall fall; By the evil they planned and the craft they employed They shall never against Thee prevail. 6 Thou wilt speedily make them turn backward in flight, When Thy arrows are aimed to destroy. O Jehovah, be Thou far exalted in might, And Thy pow'r shall our praises employ. Scripture: Psalm 21 Languages: English Tune Title: LATAKIA
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The Church Under Discipline

Hymnal: The Psalter #216 (1912) Topics: Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Invoked First Line: In Thy heritage the heathen Lyrics: 1 In Thy heritage the heathen Now, O God, triumphant stand; They defile Thy holy temple, They destroy Thy chosen land; Ruthless, they have slain Thy servants, They have caused Thy saints to mourn, In the sight of all about us We endure reproach and scorn. 2 O how long against Thy people Shall Thy anger burn, O Lord? On Thy enemies, the heathen, Be Thy indignation poured; Smite the kingdoms that defy Thee, Calling not upon Thy Name. They have long devoured Thy people And have swept Thy land with flame. 3 O remember not against us Evil by our fathers wrought; Haste to help us in Thy mercy, Near to ruin we are brought; Help us, God of our salvation, For the glory of Thy Name; For Thy Name's sake come and save us, Take away our sin and shame. 4 Let Thy foes no longer scorn Thee, Now avenge Thy servants slain; Loose the pris'ner, save the dying, All Thy enemies restrain; Then Thy flock, Thy chosen people, Unto Thee Thy thanks shall raise, And to ev'ry generation, We will sing Thy glorious praise. Scripture: Psalm 79 Languages: English Tune Title: SALONICA

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