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Tender Shepherd

Author: Carolyn Leigh; Anne Forinash Friend Hymnal: Worship in Song #207 (1996) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Topics: Children; Children; Children Sheep First Line: Tender shepherd, tender shepherd Tune Title: [Tender shepherd, tender shepherd]
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The Hosanna of the children; or, infants praising 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.) #17 (1786) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: Almighty Ruler of the skies Lyrics: 1 Almighty Ruler of the skies, Thro' the wide earth thy name is spread, And thine eternal glories rise O'er all the heavens thy hands have made. 2 To thee the voices of the young, There sounding notes of honour raise; And babes, with uninstructed tongue, Declare the wonders of thy praise. 3 Thy power assists their tender age To bring proud rebels to the ground, To still the bold blasphemer's rage, And all their policies confound. 4 Children amidst thy temple throng To see their great Redeemer's face; The Son of David, is their song, And loud Hosannas fill the place. 5 The frowning scribes and angry priests In vain their impious cavils bring; Revenge sits silent in their breasts, While Jewish babes proclaim their King. Scripture: Psalm 8:1-2 Languages: English
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The Hosanna of the children; or, infants praising God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #17 (1790) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: Almighty Ruler of the skies Lyrics: 1 Almighty Ruler of the skies, Thro' the wide earth thy name is spread, And thine eternal glories rise O'er all the heavens thy hands have made. 2 To thee the voices of the young, There sounding notes of honour raise; And babes, with uninstructed tongue, Declare the wonders of thy praise. 3 Thy power assists their tender age To bring proud rebels to the ground, To still the bold blasphemer's rage, And all their policies confound. 4 Children amidst thy temple throng To see their great Redeemer's face; The Son of David, is their song, And loud Hosannas fill the place. 5 The frowning scribes and angry priests In vain their impious cavils bring; Revenge sits silent in their breasts, While Jewish babes proclaim their King. Scripture: Psalm 8:1-2 Languages: English
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The Hosanna of the children; Or, infants praising 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.) #20 (1786) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: Almighty Ruler of the skies Lyrics: 1 Almighty Ruler of the skies, Thro' the wide earth thy name is spread, And thine eternal glories rise O'er all the heavens thy hands have made. 2 To thee the voices of the young, There sounding notes of honour raise; And babes, with uninstructed tongue, Declare the wonders of thy praise. 3 Thy power assists their tender age To bring proud rebels to the ground, To still the bold blasphemer's rage, And all their policies confound. 4 Children amidst thy temple throng To see their great Redeemer's face; The Son of David, is their song, And loud Hosannas fill the place. 5 The frowning scribes and angry priests In vain their impious cavils bring; Revenge sits silent in their breasts, While Jewish babes proclaim their King. Scripture: Psalm 8:1-2 Languages: English
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The Hosanna of the children; or, infants praising God

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #20 (1787) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: Almighty Ruler of the skies Lyrics: 1 Almighty Ruler of the skies, Thro' the wide earth thy name is spread, And thine eternal glories rise O'er all the heavens thy hands have made. 2 To thee the voices of the young, There sounding notes of honour raise; And babes, with uninstructed tongue, Declare the wonders of thy praise. 3 Thy power assists their tender age To bring proud rebels to the ground, To still the bold blasphemer's rage, And all their policies confound. 4 Children amidst thy temple throng To see their great Redeemer's face; The Son of David, is their song, And loud Hosannas fill the place. 5 The frowning scribes and angry priests In vain their impious cavils bring; Revenge sits silent in their breasts, While Jewish babes proclaim their King. Scripture: Psalm 8:1-2 Languages: English
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Children of the Heavenly Father

Author: Ernest W. Olson, 1870-1958; Carolina Sandell Berg, 1832-1903 Hymnal: Lift Up Your Hearts #23 (2013) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Children; Children's Hymns Scripture: Job 1:21 Tune Title: TRYGGARE KAN INGEN VARA
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God's sovereignty and goodness; and Man's dominion over the creatures

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.) #15 (1786) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: O Lord, our heavenly King Lyrics: 1 O Lord, our heavenly King, Thy name is all divine; Thy glories round the earth are spread, And o'er the heavens they shine. 2 When to thy works on high I raise my wondering eyes, And see the moon, complete in light Adorn the darksome skies: 3 When I survey the stars, And all their shining forms, LORD, what is man, that worthless thing, A-kin to dust and worms? 4 LORD, what is worthless man, That thou should'st love him so? Next to thine angels is he plac'd, And lord of all below: 5 Thine honours crown his head, While beasts like slaves obey, And birds that cut the air with wings, And fish that cleave the sea. 6 How rich thy bounties are! And wondrous are thy ways: Of dust and worms thy power can frame A monument of praise. 7 [From mouths of feeble babes And sucklings, thou canst draw Surprising honours to thy name! And strike the world with awe. 8 O Lord, our heavenly King, Thy name is all divine: Thy glories round the earth are spread, And o'er the heavens they shine.] Scripture: Psalm 8 Languages: English
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God's sovereignty and goodness; and Man's dominion over the creatures

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #15 (1790) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: O Lord, our heavenly King Lyrics: 1 O Lord, our heavenly King, Thy name is all divine; Thy glories round the earth are spread, And o'er the heavens they shine. 2 When to thy works on high I raise my wondering eyes, And see the moon, complete in light Adorn the darksome skies: 3 When I survey the stars, And all their shining forms, LORD, what is man, that worthless thing, A-kin to dust and worms? 4 LORD, what is worthless man, That thou should'st love him so? Next to thine angels is he plac'd, And lord of all below: 5 Thine honours crown his head, While beasts like slaves obey, And birds that cut the air with wings, And fish that cleave the sea. 6 How rich thy bounties are! And wondrous are thy ways: Of dust and worms thy power can frame A monument of praise. 7 [From mouths of feeble babes And sucklings, thou canst draw Surprising honours to thy name! And strike the world with awe. 8 O Lord, our heavenly King, Thy name is all divine: Thy glories round the earth are spread, And o'er the heavens they shine.] Scripture: Psalm 8 Languages: English
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Christ's condescension and glorification; or, God made man

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.) #16 (1786) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Lyrics: 1 O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Is thine exalted name! The glories of thy heavenly state Let men and babes proclaim. 2 When I behold your works on high, The moon that rules the night, The shining stars that grace the sky, Those moving worlds of light. 3 Lord, what is man, or all his race, Who dwells so far below, That thou should'st visit him with grace, And love my nature so? 4 That thine eternal Son should bear To take a mortal form, Made lower than the angels are, To save a dying worm? [5 Yet while he liv'd on earth unknown, And men would not adore, Behold obedient nature own, His Godhead and his power. 6 The waves lay spread beneath his feet; And fish at his command, Bring their large shoals to Peter's net, Bring tribute to his hand. 7 These smaller glories of the Son, Shone through the fleshy cloud; Now we behold him on his throne, And men confess him God. 8 Let him with majesty be crown'd, Who bow'd his head to death; And his eternal honours sound, From all things that have breath. 9 Jesus, our Lord, how wondrous great Is thine exalted name! The glories of thy heavenly state Let the whole earth proclaim. Scripture: Psalm 8 Languages: English
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Christ's condescension and glorification; or, God made man

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #16 (1790) Topics: Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children; Children praising God; Christ praised by children; God praised by children; Hosanna of the children; Praise to God from children First Line: O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Lyrics: 1 O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Is thine exalted name! The glories of thy heavenly state Let men and babes proclaim. 2 When I behold your works on high, The moon that rules the night, The shining stars that grace the sky, Those moving worlds of light. 3 Lord, what is man, or all his race, Who dwells so far below, That thou should'st visit him with grace, And love my nature so? 4 That thine eternal Son should bear To take a mortal form, Made lower than the angels are, To save a dying worm? [5 Yet while he liv'd on earth unknown, And men would not adore, Behold obedient nature own, His Godhead and his power. 6 The waves lay spread beneath his feet; And fish at his command, Bring their large shoals to Peter's net, Bring tribute to his hand. 7 These smaller glories of the Son, Shone through the fleshy cloud; Now we behold him on his throne, And men confess him God. 8 Let him with majesty be crown'd, Who bow'd his head to death; And his eternal honours sound, From all things that have breath. 9 Jesus, our Lord, how wondrous great Is thine exalted name! The glories of thy heavenly state Let the whole earth proclaim. Scripture: Psalm 8 Languages: English

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