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The Greatness of God

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.) #255b (1786) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Long as I live I'll bless thy name Lyrics: 1 Long as I live I'll bless thy name, My King, my God of love; My work and joy shall be the same, In the bright world above. 2 Great is the Lord, his power unknown, And let his praise be great; I'll sing the honours of thy throne, Thy works of grace repeat. 3 Thy grace shall dwell upon my tongue; And while my lips rejoice, The men that hear my sacred song Shall join their cheerful voice. 4 Fathers to sons shall teach thy name, And children learn thy ways; Ages to come thy truth proclaim, And nations sound thy praise. 5 Thy glorious deeds of antient date Shall through the world be known; Thine arm of power, thy heavenly state, With public splendor shown. 6 The world is manag'd by thy hands, Thy saints are rul'd by love; And thine eternal kingdom stands, Tho' rocks and hills remove. Scripture: Psalm 145:1-7 Languages: English
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The Greatness of God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #255b (1790) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Long as I live I'll bless thy name Lyrics: 1 Long as I live I'll bless thy name, My King, my God of love; My work and joy shall be the same, In the bright world above. 2 Great is the Lord, his power unknown, And let his praise be great; I'll sing the honours of thy throne, Thy works of grace repeat. 3 Thy grace shall dwell upon my tongue; And while my lips rejoice, The men that hear my sacred song Shall join their cheerful voice. 4 Fathers to sons shall teach thy name, And children learn thy ways; Ages to come thy truth proclaim, And nations sound thy praise. 5 Thy glorious deeds of antient date Shall through the world be known; Thine arm of power, thy heavenly state, With public splendor shown. 6 The world is manag'd by thy hands, Thy saints are rul'd by love; And thine eternal kingdom stands, Tho' rocks and hills remove. Scripture: Psalm 145:1-7 Languages: English
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The Goodness of God

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.) #256 (1786) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Sweet is the memory of thy grace Lyrics: 1 Sweet is the memory of thy grace, My God, my heavenly King; Let age to age thy righteousness In sounds of glory sing. 2 God reigns on high, but ne'er confines His goodness to the skies; Through the whole earth his bounty shines, And every want supplies. 3 With longing eyes thy creatures wait On Thee for daily food, Thy liberal hand provides their meat, And fills their mouths with good. 4 How kind are thy compassions Lord! How slow thine anger moves! But soon he sends his pardoning word To cheer the souls he loves. 5 Creatures with all their endless race Thy power and praise proclaim; But saints that taste thy richer grace Delight to bless thy name. Scripture: Psalm 145:7-10 Languages: English
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The Goodness of God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #256 (1790) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Sweet is the memory of thy grace Lyrics: 1 Sweet is the memory of thy grace, My God, my heavenly King: Let age to age thy righteousness In sounds of glory sing. 2 God reigns on high, but ne'er confines His goodness to the skies; Through the whole earth his bounty shines, And every want supplies. 3 With longing eyes thy creatures wait On Thee for daily food, Thy liberal hand provides their meat, And fills their mouths with good. 4 How kind are thy compassions Lord! How slow thine anger moves! But soon he sends his pardoning word To cheer the souls he loves. 5 Creatures with all their endless race Thy power and praise proclaim; But saints that taste thy richer grace Delight to bless thy name. Scripture: Psalm 145:7-10 Languages: English
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The Greatness of God

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.) #272 (1786) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Long as I live I'll bless thy name Lyrics: 1 Long as I live I'll bless thy name, My King, my God of love; My work and joy shall be the same, In the bright world above. 2 Great is the Lord, his power unknown, And let his praise be great; I'll sing the honours of thy throne, Thy works of grace repeat. 3 Thy grace shall dwell upon my tongue; And while my lips rejoice, The men that hear my sacred song Shall join their cheerful voice. 4 Fathers to sons shall teach thy name, And children learn thy ways; Ages to come thy truth proclaim, And nations sound thy praise. 5 Thy glorious deeds of antient date Shall through the world be known; Thine arm of power, thy heavenly state, With public splendor shown. 6 The world is manag'd by thy hands, Thy saints are rul'd by love; And thine eternal kingdom stands, Tho' rocks and hills remove. Scripture: Psalm 145:1-7 Languages: English
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The Greatness of God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #272 (1787) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Long as I live I'll bless thy name Lyrics: 1 Long as I live I'll bless thy name, My King, my God of love; My work and joy shall be the same, In the bright world above. 2 Great is the Lord, his power unknown, And let his praise be great; I'll sing the honours of thy throne, Thy works of grace repeat. 3 Thy grace shall dwell upon my tongue; And while my lips rejoice, The men that hear my sacred song Shall join their cheerful voice. 4 Fathers to sons shall teach thy name, And children learn thy ways; Ages to come thy truth proclaim, And nations sound thy praise. 5 Thy glorious deeds of antient date Shall through the world be known; Thine arm of power, thy heavenly state, With public splendor shown. 6 The world is manag'd by thy hands, Thy saints are rul'd by love; And thine eternal kingdom stands, Tho' rocks and hills remove. Scripture: Psalm 145:1-7 Languages: English
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The Goodness of God

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.) #273a (1786) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Sweet is the memory of thy grace Lyrics: 1 Sweet is the memory of thy grace, My God, my heavenly King; Let age to age thy righteousness In sounds of glory sing. 2 God reigns on high, but ne'er confines His goodness to the skies; Through the whole earth his bounty shines, And every want supplies. 3 With longing eyes thy creatures wait On Thee for daily food, Thy liberal hand provides their meat, And fills their mouths with good. 4 How kind are thy compassions, Lord! How slow thine anger moves! But soon he sends his pardoning word To cheer the souls he loves. 5 Creatures with all their endless race Thy power and praise proclaim; But saints that taste thy richer grace Delight to bless thy name. Scripture: Psalm 145:7-10 Languages: English
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The Goodness of God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #273a (1787) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Sweet is the memory of thy grace Lyrics: 1 Sweet is the memory of thy grace, My God, my heavenly King; Let age to age thy righteousness In sounds of glory sing. 2 God reigns on high, but ne'er confines His goodness to the skies; Through the whole earth his bounty shines, And every want supplies. 3 With longing eyes thy creatures wait On Thee for daily food, Thy liberal hand provides their meat, And fills their mouths with good. 4 How kind are thy compassions, Lord! How slow thine anger moves! But soon he sends his pardoning word To cheer the souls he loves. 5 Creatures with all their endless race Thy power and praise proclaim; But saints that taste thy richer grace Delight to bless thy name. Scripture: Psalm 145:7-10 Languages: English
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Mercy to Sufferers; or God hearing Prayer

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.) #257a (1786) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Let every tongue thy goodness speak Lyrics: 1 Let every tongue thy goodness speak, Thou sovereign Lord of all; Thy strengthening hands uphold the weak, And raise the poor that fall. 2 When sorrow bows the spirit down, Or virtue lies distrest Beneath some proud oppressor's frown, Thou giv'st the mourners rest. 3 The Lord supports our sinking days, And guides our giddy youth; Holy and just are all his ways, And all his words are truth. 4 He knows the pains his servants feel, He hears his children cry, And their best wishes to fulfil His grace is ever nigh. 5 His mercy never shall remove From men of heart sincere; He saves the souls, whose humble love Is join'd with holy fear. 6 [His stubborn foes his sword shall slay, And pierce their hearts with pain; But none that serve the Lord shall say, "They sought his aid in vain.] 7 [My lips shall dwell upon his praise, And spread his fame abroad; Let all the sons of Adam raise The honours of their God.] Scripture: Psalm 145:14 Languages: English
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Mercy to Sufferers; or God hearing Prayer

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #257a (1790) Topics: Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God; Attributes of God; Compassion of God; Faithfulness Of God; God goodness and mercy; God goodness and truth; God great and good; God kind to his people; God worthy of all praise; God mercy and truth; God His perfections; Goodness of God; Mercies and truth of God; Perfections of God First Line: Let every tongue thy goodness speak Lyrics: 1 Let every tongue thy goodness speak, Thou sovereign Lord of all; Thy strengthening hands uphold the weak, And raise the poor that fall. 2 When sorrow bows the spirit down, Or virtue lies distrest Beneath some proud oppressor's frown, Thou giv'st the mourners rest. 3 The Lord supports our sinking days And guides our giddy youth; Holy and just are all his ways, And all his words are truth. 4 He knows the pains his servants feel, He hears his children cry, And their best wishes to fulfil His grace is ever nigh. 5 His mercy never shall remove From men of heart sincere; He saves the souls, whose humble love Is join'd with holy fear. 6 [His stubborn foes his sword shall slay, And pierce their hearts with pain; But none that serve the Lord shall say, "They sought his aid in vain.] 7 [My lips shall dwell upon his praise, And spread his fame abroad; Let all the sons of Adam raise The honours of their God.] Scripture: Psalm 145:14 Languages: English

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