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In the morning sow thy seed

Hymnal: Hymns for Christian Devotion #1003 (1871) Topics: Active Benevolence; Benevolence, active

The blessedness of benevolence

Author: Barbauld Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs #70 (1875) Topics: Benevolence First Line: Blest is the man, whose softening heart Scripture: Psalm 41

And is the gospel peace and love?

Hymnal: Hymns, Selected and Original #120 (1828) Meter: Topics: Christian example of benevolence Lyrics: 1 And is the gospel peace and love? Such let our conversation be; The serpent blended with the dove, Wisdom and meek simplicity. 2 Whene'er the angry passions rise, And tempt our thoughts or tongues to strife: On Jesus let us fix our eyes, Bright pattern of the Christian life. 3 O how benevolent and kind! How mild! how ready to forgive! Be this the temper of our mind, And these the rules by which we live. 4 To do his heav'nly Father's will, Was his employment and delight: Humility and holy zeal Shone thro' his life divinely bright. 5 Dispensing good where'er he came, The labours of his life were love. If then we love the Saviour's name, Let his divine example move!

Let every tongue thy goodness speak

Hymnal: Manual of Devotion #9 (1855) Meter: Topics: Attributes of God Benevolence of God

Jehovah, God, thy gracious power

Hymnal: Manual of Devotion #10 (1855) Meter: Topics: Attributes of God Benevolence of God

Tests of Christian Character

Hymnal: The Psalter #24 (1912) Topics: Benevolence First Line: Who, O Lord, with Thee abiding Lyrics: 1 Who, O Lord, with Thee abiding, In Thy house shall be Thy guest? Who, his feet to Zion turning, In Thy holy hill shall rest? He that ever walks uprightly, Does the right without a fear, When he speaks, he speaks not lightly, But with truth and love sincere. 2 He that slanders not his brother, Does no evil to a friend; To reproaches of another He refuses to attend. Wicked men win not his favor, But the good who fear the Lord; From his vow he will not waver, Tho' it bring him sad reward. 3 Freely to the needy lending, No excess he asks again; And the innocent befriending, He desires not praise of men. Doing this, and evil spurning, He shall nevermore be moved: This the man with Thee sojourning, This the man by Thee approved. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English Tune Title: HELEN

Bringing in the tithes

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #26 (1911) Topics: Benevolence First Line: Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse Refrain First Line: Prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts Languages: English Tune Title: [Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse]

Father, to thee my soul I lift

Hymnal: Manual of Devotion #36[11] (1855) Meter: Topics: The Gift of Christ Benevolence of God in the Gift of Christ

Great God, accept a heart

Hymnal: Manual of Devotion #37[12] (1855) Meter: Topics: The Gift of Christ Benevolence of God in the Gift of Christ

Now Woods and Wolds Are Sleeping

Author: Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676); George R. Woodward Hymnal: The Hymnbook #66 (1955) Meter: Topics: Benevolence Lyrics: 1 Now woods and wolds are sleeping, And darkness fast is creeping O'er byre, hearth, and hall; But thou, my soul, ere slumber, For blessings passing number Exalt the Giver of them all. 2 Ye also, O my dearest, My friends and kindred nearest, God rest you safe from harm! His angel hosts attend ye, Their golden shields defend ye, From nightly danger and alarm. Amen. Scripture: Psalm 116:7 Tune Title: INNSBRUCK


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