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I've found the Pearl of greatest Price

Hymnal: The Christians Duty, exhibited, in a series of Hymns #CXXIX (1791) Topics: Life of Christ, Characters and Representations Lyrics: 1 I've found the Pearl of greatest Price, My Heart doth sing for Joy: And sing I must, a Christ I have; O what a Christ have I? 2 Christ is the Way, the Truth, the Life, The Way to God on High, Life to the Dead, the Truth of Types, The Truth of Prophesy. 3 Christ is a Prophet, Priest and King, A Prophet full of Light, A Priest that stands 'twixt God and Man, A King that rules with Might. 4 Christ's Manhood is a Temple, where The Altar God doth rest; My Christ, he is the Sacrifice, My Christ he is the Priest. 5 My Christ he is the Lord of Lords, He is the King of Kings; He is the Sun of Righteousness, With Healing in his Wings. 6 My Christ, he is the Tree of Life, Which in God's garden grows; Whose Fruit does feed, whose Leaves do heal; My Christ is Sharon's Rose. 7 Christ is my Meat, Christ is my Drink, My Physick and my Health, My Peace, my Strength, my Joy, my Crown, My Glory and my Wealth. 8 Christ is my Father, and my Friend, My Brother and my Love; My Head, my Hope, my Counsellor, My Advocate above. 9 My Christ, he is the Heav'n of Heav'ns, My Christ what shall I call? My Christ is First, my Christ is Last, My Christ is All in All. Languages: English
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The Kingship of Jesus Christ

Hymnal: The Psalter #3 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Blessedness Of Those Trusting Christ; Nations Owe Allegiance to Christ; Royalty of Christ Civil Rulers in Relation to; Royalty of Christ Divinely Conferred; Royalty of Christ Mediatorial; Royalty of Christ Nations Subject to; Christ Anointed; Christ Exaltation of; Christ Godhood of; Christ Only-begotten Son; Christ Power of; Christ Worshiped; Church Christ the Head of First Line: Wherefore do the nations rage Lyrics: 1 Wherefore do the nations rage And the people vainly dream That in triumph they can wage War against the King supreme? Christ His Son a scoff they make, And the rulers, plotting, say: Their dominion let us break Let us cast their yoke away, Their dominion let us break, Let us cast their yoke away. 2 But the Lord will scorn them all, Calm, He sits enthroned on high; Soon His wrath will on them fall, Sore displeased He will reply: Yet according to My will I have set My King to reign, And on Zion's holy hill My Anointed I maintain; And on Zion's holy hill My Anointed I maintain. 3 This His word shall be made known, This Jehovah's firm decree: Thou art My beloved Son, Yea I have begotten Thee. All the earth at Thy request I will give Thee for Thy own; Then Thy might shall be confessed And Thy foes be overthrown; Then Thy might shall be confessed And Thy foes be overthrown. 4 Therefore, kings, be wise, give ear, Hearken, judges of the earth; Learn to serve the Lord with fear. Mingle trembling with your mirth. Kiss the Son, lest o'er our way His consuming wrath should break; But supremely blest are they Who in Christ their refuge take; But supremely blest are they Who in Christ their refuge take. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English Tune Title: HERALD ANGELS
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Christ Dying, Rising, Interceding, and Reigning

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.) #6 (1786) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Maker and sovereign Lord Lyrics: 1 [Maker and sovereign Lord Of heaven and earth and seas, Thy providence confirms thy word, And answers thy decrees. 2 The things so long foretold By David are fulfill'd; When Jews and Gentiles join'd to slay Jesus, thine holy Child.] 3 Why did the Gentiles rage, And Jews with one accord Join all their councils to destroy Th' Anointed of the Lord? 4 Rulers and Kings agree To form a vain design; Against the Lord their powers unite, Against his Christ they join. 5 The Lord derides their rage, And will support his throne; He that hath rais'd him from the dead, Hath own'd him for his son. Pause. 6 Now he's ascended high, To rule the subject earth; The merit of his blood he pleads, And pleads his heavenly birth. 7 Beneath his sovereign sway The Gentile nations bend; Far as the world's remotest bounds, His kingdom shall extend. 8 The nations that rebel, Must feel his iron rod; He'll vindicate those honours well Which he receiv'd from God. 9 [Be wise, ye rulers, now, And worship at his throne; With trembling joy, ye people bow, To God's exalted Son. 10 If once his wrath arise, Ye perish on the place; Then blessed is the soul that flies For refuge to his grace.] Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ Dying, Rising, Interceding, and Reigning

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #6 (1790) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Maker and sovereign Lord Lyrics: 1 [Maker and sovereign Lord Of heaven and earth and seas, Thy providence confirms thy word, And answers thy decrees. 2 The things so long foretold By David are fulfill'd; When Jews and Gentiles join'd to slay Jesus, thine holy Child.] 3 Why did the Gentiles rage, And Jews with one accord Join all their councils to destroy Th' Anointed of the Lord? 4 Rulers and Kings agree To form a vain design; Against the Lord their powers unite, Against his Christ they join. 5 The Lord derides their rage, And will support his throne; He that hath rais'd him from the dead, Hath own'd him for his son. Pause. 6 Now he's ascended high, To rule the subject earth; The merit of his blood he pleads, And pleads his heavenly birth. 7 Beneath his sovereign sway The Gentile nations bend; Far as the world's remotest bounds, His kingdom shall extend. 8 The nations that rebel, Must feel his iron rod; He'll vindicate those honours well Which he receiv'd from God. 9 [Be wise, ye rulers, now, And worship at his throne; With trembling joy, ye people bow, To God's exalted Son. 10 If once his wrath arise, Ye perish on the place; Then blessed is the soul that flies For refuge to his grace.] Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ's Death, Resurrection, and Ascension

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.) #8 (1786) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? Lyrics: 1 Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? The Romans, why their swords employ? Against the Lord their powers engage, His dear Anointed to destroy? 2 "Come, let us break his bands, they say, "This man shall never give us laws;" And thus they cast his yoke away, And nail'd the Monarch to the cross. 3 But God, who high in glory reigns, Laughs at their pride, their rage controuls; He'll smite their hearts with inward pains, And speak in thunder to their souls. 4 "I will maintain the King I made "On Zion's everlasting hill, "My hand shall bring him from the dead, "And he shall stand your sovereign still. 5 [His wondrous rising from the earth Makes his eternal Godhead known; The Lord declares his heavenly birth: "This day have I begot my Son. 6 "Ascend, my Son, to my right-hand, "There thou shall ask, and I bestow "The utmost bounds of heathen lands; "To thee their suppliant tribes shall bow."] 7 But nations that resist his grace Shall fall beneath his lifted rod; His arm shall crush the impious race, That dares provoke th' avenging God. Pause. 8 Now ye that sit on earthly thrones, Be wise, and serve the Lord, the Lamb: Now to his feet submit your crowns, Rejoice and tremble at his name. 9 With humble love address the Son, Lest he grow angry, and ye die; His wrath will burn to worlds unknown, His love gives life above the sky. 10 His storms shall quell the stuborn foe, And sink his honours in the dust: Happy the souls, their God that know, And make his grace their only trust. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ's Death, Resurrection, and Ascension

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #8 (1790) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? Lyrics: 1 Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? The Romans, why their swords employ? Against the Lord their powers engage, His dear Anointed to destroy? 2 "Come, let us break his bands, they say, "This man shall never give us laws;" And thus they cast his yoke away, And nail'd the Monarch to the cross. 3 But God, who high in glory reigns, Laughs at their pride, their rage controuls; He'll smite their hearts with inward pains, And speak in thunder to their souls. 4 "I will maintain the King I made "On Zion's everlasting hill, "My hand shall bring him from the dead, "And he shall stand your sovereign still. 5 [His wondrous rising from the earth Makes his eternal Godhead known; The Lord declares his heavenly birth: "This day have I begot my Son. 6 "Ascend, my Son, to my right-hand, "There thou shall ask, and I bestow "The utmost bounds of heathen lands; "To thee their suppliant tribes shall bow."] 7 But nations that resist his grace Shall fall beneath his lifted rod; His arm shall crush the impious race, That dares provoke th' avenging God. Pause. 8 Now ye that sit on earthly thrones, Be wise, and serve the Lord, the Lamb: Now to his feet submit your crowns, Rejoice and tremble at his name. 9 With humble love address the Son, Lest he grow angry, and ye die; His wrath will burn to worlds unknown, His love gives life above the sky. 10 His storms shall quell the stuborn foe, And sink his honours in the dust: Happy the souls, their God that know, And make his grace their only trust. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ Dying, Rising, Interceding, and Reigning

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.) #9b (1786) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Maker and Sovereign Lord Lyrics: 1 [Maker and sovereign Lord Of heaven and earth and seas, Thy providence confirms thy word, And answers thy decrees. 2 The things so long foretold By David are fulfill'd; When Jews and Gentiles join'd to slay Jesus, thine holy Child.] 3 Why did the Gentiles rage, And Jews with one accord Join all their councils to destroy Th' Anointed of the Lord? 4 Rulers and Kings agree To form a vain design; Against the Lord their powers unite, Against his Christ they join. 5 The Lord derides their rage, And will support his throne; He that hath rais'd him from the dead, Hath own'd him for his son. Pause. 6 Now he's ascended high, To rule the subject earth; The merit of his blood he pleads, And pleads his heavenly birth. 7 Beneath his sovereign sway The Gentile nations bend; Far as the world's remotest bounds, His kingdom shall extend. 8 The nations that rebel, Must feel his iron rod; He'll vindicate those honours well Which he receiv'd from God. 9 [Be wise, ye rulers, now, And worship at his throne; With trembling joy, ye people bow, To God's exalted Son. 10 If once his wrath arise, Ye perish on the place; Then blessed is the soul that flies For refuge to his grace.] Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ Dying, Rising, Interceding, and Reigning

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #9b (1787) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Maker and Sovereign Lord Lyrics: 1 [Maker and sovereign Lord Of heaven and earth and seas, Thy providence confirms thy word, And answers thy decrees. 2 The things so long foretold By David are fulfill'd; When Jews and Gentiles join'd to slay Jesus, thine holy Child.] 3 Why did the Gentiles rage, And Jews with one accord Join all their councils to destroy Th' Anointed of the Lord? 4 Rulers and Kings agree To form a vain design; Against the Lord their powers unite, Against his Christ they join. 5 The Lord derides their rage, And will support his throne; He that hath rais'd him from the dead, Hath own'd him for his son. Pause. 6 Now he's ascended high, To rule the subject earth; The merit of his blood he pleads, And pleads his heavenly birth. 7 Beneath his sovereign sway The Gentile nations bend; Far as the world's remotest bounds, His kingdom shall extend. 8 The nations that rebel, Must feel his iron rod; He'll vindicate those honours well Which he receiv'd from God. 9 [Be wise, ye rulers, now, And worship at his throne; With trembling joy, ye people bow, To God's exalted Son. 10 If once his wrath arise, Ye perish on the place; Then blessed is the soul that flies For refuge to his grace.] Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ's Death, Resurrection, and Ascension

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.) #11b (1786) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? Lyrics: 1 Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? The Romans, why their swords employ? Against the Lord their powers engage, His dear Anointed to destroy? 2 "Come, let us break his bands, they say, "This man shall never give us laws;" And thus they cast his yoke away, And nail'd the Monarch to the cross. 3 But God, who high in glory reigns, Laughs at their pride, their rage controuls; He'll smite their hearts with inward pains, And speak in thunder to their souls. 4 "I will maintain the King I made "On Zion's everlasting hill, "My hand shall bring him from the dead, "And he shall stand your sovereign still. 5 [His wondrous rising from the earth Makes his eternal Godhead known; The Lord declares his heavenly birth: "This day have I begot my Son. 6 "Ascend, my Son, to my right-hand, "There thou shall ask, and I bestow "The utmost bounds of heathen lands; "To thee their suppliant tribes shall bow."] 7 But nations that resist his grace Shall fall beneath his lifted rod; His arm shall crush the impious race, That dares provoke th' avenging God. Pause. 8 Now ye that sit on earthly thrones, Be wise, and serve the Lord, the Lamb: Now to his feet submit your crowns, Rejoice and tremble at his name. 9 With humble love address the Son, Lest he grow angry, and ye die; His wrath will burn to worlds unknown, His love gives life above the sky. 10 His storms shall quell the stuborn foe, And sink his honours in the dust: Happy the souls, their God that know, And make his grace their only trust. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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Christ's Death, Resurrection, and Ascension

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #11b (1787) Topics: Christ exalted to the kingdom; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Submission to Christ; Resurrection and death of Christ; Glorification of Christ; Gentiles given to Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Christ his sufferings and kingdom; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? Lyrics: 1 Why did the Jews proclaim their rage? The Romans, why their swords employ? Against the Lord their powers engage, His dear Anointed to destroy? 2 "Come, let us break his bands, they say, "This man shall never give us laws;" And thus they cast his yoke away, And nail'd the Monarch to the cross. 3 But God, who high in glory reigns, Laughs at their pride, their rage controuls; He'll smite their hearts with inward pains, And speak in thunder to their souls. 4 "I will maintain the King I made "On Zion's everlasting hill, "My hand shall bring him from the dead, "And he shall stand your sovereign still. 5 [His wondrous rising from the earth Makes his eternal Godhead known; The Lord declares his heavenly birth: "This day have I begot my Son. 6 "Ascend, my Son, to my right-hand, "There thou shall ask, and I bestow "The utmost bounds of heathen lands; "To thee their suppliant tribes shall bow."] 7 But nations that resist his grace Shall fall beneath his lifted rod; His arm shall crush the impious race, That dares provoke th' avenging God. Pause. 8 Now ye that sit on earthly thrones, Be wise, and serve the Lord, the Lamb: Now to his feet submit your crowns, Rejoice and tremble at his name. 9 With humble love address the Son, Lest he grow angry, and ye die; His wrath will burn to worlds unknown, His love gives life above the sky. 10 His storms shall quell the stuborn foe, And sink his honours in the dust: Happy the souls, their God that know, And make his grace their only trust. Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English

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