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Family Blessings

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.) #231b (1786) Topics: Blessings of a family; Family blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings First Line: O happy man, whose soul is fill'd Lyrics: 1 O happy man, whose soul is fill'd With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honours yield, His life adorns the law. 2 A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labours of thy hand Its kindly blessings shed. 3 Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honour shine, And learn to fear the Lord. 4 The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come; The Lord who dwells on Zion's hill Shall send thee blessings home. 5 This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase, Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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Family Blessings

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.) #246b (1786) Topics: Blessings of a family; Family blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings First Line: O happy man, whose soul is fill'd Lyrics: 1 O happy man, whose soul is fill'd With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honours yield, His life adorns the law. 2 A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labours of thy hand Its kindly blessings shed. 3 Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honour shine, And learn to fear the Lord. 4 The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come; The Lord who dwells on Zion's hill Shall send thee blessings home. 5 This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase, Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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Family Blessings

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #246b (1787) Topics: Blessings of a family; Family blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings First Line: O happy man, whose soul is fill'd Lyrics: 1 O happy man, whose soul is fill'd With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honours yield, His life adorns the law. 2 A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labours of thy hand Its kindly blessings shed. 3 Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honour shine, And learn to fear the Lord. 4 The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come; The Lord who dwells on Zion's hill Shall send thee blessings home. 5 This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase, Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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Family Blessings

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #231b (1790) Topics: Blessings of a family; Family blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings First Line: O happy man, whose soul is fill'd Lyrics: 1 O happy man, whose soul is fill'd With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honours yield, His life adorns the law. 2 A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labours of thy hand Its kindly blessing shed. 3 Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honour shine, And learn to fear the Lord. 4 The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come: The Lord who dwells on Zion's hill Shall send thee blessings home. 5 This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase, Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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Psalm 128

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The #Ps.296 (1806) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Children made blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings First Line: O happy man, whose soul is filled Lyrics: O happy man, whose soul is filled With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honors yield, His life adorns the law. A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labors of thy hand Its kindly blessings shed. [Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honor shine, And learn to fear the Lord.] The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come; The Lord, who dwells on Zion's hill, Shall send thee blessings home. This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase; Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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O happy man whose soul is fill'd

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts #415 (1835) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Children made blessings; Blessings of a family; Family blessings Lyrics: O happy man, whose soul is filled With zeal and reverent awe! His lips to God their honors yield, His life adorns the law. A careful providence shall stand And ever guard thy head, Shall on the labors of thy hand Its kindly blessings shed. [Thy wife shall be a fruitful vine; Thy children round thy board, Each like a plant of honor shine, And learn to fear the Lord.] The Lord shall thy best hopes fulfil For months and years to come; The Lord, who dwells on Zion's hill, Shall send thee blessings home. This is the man whose happy eyes Shall see his house increase; Shall see the sinking church arise, Then leave the world in peace. Scripture: Psalm 128 Languages: English
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Count Your Blessings

Author: Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr. Hymnal: Tabernacle Hymns Number Four #50 (1960) Topics: Blessings First Line: When upon life's billows you are tempest-tossed Lyrics: 1 When upon life's billows you are tempest-tossed, When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost, Count your many blessings, name them one by one, And it will surprise you, what the Lord hath done. Chorus: Count your blessings, Name them one by one, Count your blessings, See what God hath done; Count your blessings, Name them one by one, Count your many blessings, See what God hath done. 2 Are you ever burdened with a load of care? Does the cross seem heavy you are called to bear? Count your many blessings, ev'ry doubt will fly, And you will be singing as the days go by. [Chorus] 3 When you look at others with their lands and gold, Think that Christ has promised you His wealth untold; Count your many blessings, money cannot buy Your reward in heaven, nor your home on high. [Chorus] 4 So, amid the conflict, whether great or small, Do not be discouraged, God is over all; Count your many blessings, angels will attend, Help and comfort give you to your journey's end. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [When upon life's billows you are tempest-tossed]
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Praise for Temporal Blessings; or, common and special Mercies

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.) #118a (1786) Topics: Praise for temporal blessings; Praise for temporal blessings First Line: We bless the Lord, the just, the good Lyrics: 1 We bless the Lord, the just, the good, Who fills our hearts with heavenly food; Who pours his blessings from the skies, And loads our days with rich supplies. 2 He sends the sun his circuit round, To cheer the fruits, to warm the ground; He bids the clouds with plenteous rain Refresh the thirsty earth again. 3 'Tis to his care we owe our breath, And all our near escapes from death: Safety and health to God belong; He heals the weak, and guards the strong. 4 He makes the saint and sinner prove The common blessings of his love; But the wide difference that remains Is endless joy or endless pains. 5 The Lord that bruis'd the serpent's head, On all the serpent's seed shall tread, The stubborn sinner's hope confound, And smite him with a lasting wound. 6 But his right hand his saints shall raise, From the deep earth, or deeper seas, And bring them to his courts above; There shall they taste his special love. Scripture: Psalm 68:19-22 Languages: English
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Praise for Temporal Blessings; or, common and special Mercies

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #118a (1790) Topics: Praise for temporal blessings; Praise for temporal blessings First Line: We bless the Lord, the just, the good Lyrics: 1 We bless the Lord, the just, the good, Who fills our hearts with heavenly food; Who pours his blessings from the skies, And loads our days with rich supplies. 2 He sends the sun his circuit round, To cheer the fruits, to warm the ground; He bids the clouds with plenteous rain Refresh the thirsty earth again. 3 'Tis to his care we owe our breath, And all our near escapes from death: Safety and health to God belong; He heals the weak, and guards the strong. 4 He makes the saint and sinner prove The common blessings of his love; But the wide difference that remains Is endless joy or endless pains. 5 The Lord that bruis'd the serpent's head, On all the serpent's seed shall tread, The stubborn sinner's hope confound, And smite him with a lasting wound. 6 But his right hand his saints shall raise, From the deep earth, or deeper seas, And bring them to his courts above; There shall they taste his special love. Scripture: Psalm 68:9 Languages: English
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Praise for Temporal Blessings; or, common and special Mercies

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.) #126a (1786) Topics: Praise for temporal blessings; Praise for temporal blessings First Line: We bless the Lord, the just, the good Lyrics: 1 We bless the Lord, the just, the good, Who fills our hearts with heavenly food; Who pours his blessings from the skies, And loads our days with rich supplies. 2 He sends the sun his circuit round, To cheer the fruits, to warm the ground; He bids the clouds with plenteous rain Refresh the thirsty earth again. 3 'Tis to his care we owe our breath, And all our near escapes from death: Safety and health to God belong; He heals the weak, and guards the strong. 4 He makes the saint and sinner prove The common blessings of his love; But the wide difference that remains Is endless joy or endless pains. 5 The Lord that bruis'd the serpent's head, On all the serpent's seed shall tread, The stubborn sinner's hope confound, And smite him with a lasting wound. 6 But his right hand his saints shall raise From the deep earth, or deeper seas, And bring them to his courts above; There shall they taste his special love. Scripture: Psalm 68:19-22 Languages: English

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