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Ye servants of the Lord

Author: Doddridge Hymnal: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Christian Worship (6th ed.) #286 (1832) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Topics: Christian Activity and Watchfulness; Christian watchfulness and activity
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Ye servants of the Lord

Author: Doddridge Hymnal: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Christian Worship (10th ed.) #286 (1833) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Topics: Christian Activity and Watchfulness; Christian watchfulness and activity
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Testimony and Praise

Hymnal: The Psalter #90 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Christian Activity First Line: The Lord I will at all times bless Lyrics: 1 The Lord I will at all times bless, My mouth His praises shall express; In Him shall all my boasting be, While all the meek rejoice with me. 2 O magnify the Lord with me, Let us to praise Him Name agree; I sought the Lord, He answered me, And from my fears He set me free. 3 Who look to Him shall walk in light, With joy their faces shall be bright, Distressed, they cried; the Lord arose And saved them out of all their woes. 4 Around His saints as watch and ward Encamps the angel of the Lord; That God is good, O taste and see, Who trusts in Him shall blessed be. 5 Fear Him, ye saints, and do His will, And all your needs He will fulfill; Tho' beasts of forest lack their food, Those seeking God shall want no good. 6 Ye children, come and hear my voice, And learn to make God's fear your choice; Who seek long life and happy days Must learn to walk in wisdom's ways. 7 Who fears the Lord must keep his tongue From evil and his lips from wrong, Must do the good, from evil cease, And ever seek and follow peace. Scripture: Psalm 34 Languages: English Tune Title: AMES
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A Penitent's Plea

Hymnal: The Psalter #142 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Christian Activity First Line: God be merciful to me Lyrics: 1 God, be merciful to me, On Thy grace I rest my plea; Plenteous in compassion Thou, Blot out my transgression now; Wash me, make me pure within, Cleanse, O cleanse me from my sin, Wash me, make me pure within, Cleanse, O cleanse me from my sin. 2 I am evil born in sin; Thou desired truth within. Thou alone my Saviour art, Teach Thy wisdom to my heart; Make me pure, Thy grace bestow, Wash me whiter than the snow, Make me pure, Thy grace bestow, Wash me whiter than the snow. 3 Gracious God, my heart renew, Make my spirit right and tree; Cast me not away from Thee, Let Thy Spirit dwell in me; Thy salvation's joy impart, Steadfast make my willing heart, Thy salvation's joy impart, Steadfast make my willing heart. 4 Sinners then shall learn from me And return, O God, to Thee; Saviour, all my guilt remove, And my tongue shall sing Thy love; Touch my silent lips, O Lord, And my mouth shall praise accord, Touch my silent lips, O Lord, And my mouth shall praise accord. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: REFUGE
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Pardon and Testimony

Hymnal: The Psalter #144 (1912) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Christian Activity First Line: O God, the God that saveth me Lyrics: 1 O God, the God that saveth me, Remove my guilty stains, And I will sing thy righteousness In grateful, joyous strains. 2 O Lord, now open Thou my lips, Long closed by sin and shame; My mouth shall show before the world The glory of Thy Name. 3 No sacrifice dost thou desire, Else would I give it Thee; Now with appointed offerings Wilt Thou delighted be. 4 A broken spirit is to God A pleasing sacrifice; A broken and a contrite heart Thou, Lord, wilt not despise. 5 Do good to Zion in thy grace, Her ruined walls restore; Then sacrifice of righteousness Shall please Thee as of yore. 6 Thy people then with willing hands And hearts that Thou hast blessed Shall bring in thankful sacrifice Their choicest gifts and best. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: COOLING
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Gracious Renewal and Testimoney

Hymnal: The Psalter #141 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Christian Activity First Line: Gracious God, my heart renew Lyrics: 1 Gracious God, my heart renew, Make my spirit right and true; Cast me not away from Thee, Let Thy Spirit dwell in me; Thy salvation's joy impart, Steadfast make my willing heart. 2 Sinners then shall learn from me And return, o God to Thee; Saviour, all my guilt remove, And my tongue shall sing Thy love; Touch my silent lips, O Lord, And my mouth shall praise accord. 3 Not the formal sacrifice Hath acceptance in Thy eyes; Broken hearts are in Thy sight More than sacrificial rite; Contrite spirit, pleading cries, Thou, O God, wilt not despise. 4 Prosper Zion in thy grace And her broken walls replace; Then our righteous sacrifice Shall delight Thy holy eyes; Freewill off'rings, gladly made, On Thy altar shall be laid. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: GETHSEMANE
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Our Source of Strength

Hymnal: The Psalter #36 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Christian Activity First Line: As Thou, O Lord, hast made me strong Lyrics: 1 As Thou, O Lord, hast made me strong To overcome my mighty foe, So now to fight against the wrong And conquer in Thy Name I go. 2 From strive Thou wilt deliver me, And make the nations own my sway; Strange peoples when my pow'r they see, Shall come with trembling and obey. 3 Jehovah lives, and blest is He, My rock, my refuge and defense, My Saviour Who delivers me, And will the wicked recompense. 4 For grace and mercy ever near, For foes subdued and victories won, All nations of the earth shall hear My praise for what the Lord has done. 5 To David, His anointed king, And to his sons upon his throne, The Lord will great salvation bring And ever make His mercy known. Scripture: Psalm 18 Languages: English Tune Title: MOZART
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Penitential Prayers and Vows

Hymnal: Bible Songs #107 (1901) Topics: Christian Activity First Line: From my sins hide thou thy face Scripture: Psalm 51:5-9 Tune Title: [From my sins hide thou thy face]
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Longings for Sanctuary Fellowship

Hymnal: Bible Songs #169 (1901) Topics: Christian Activity First Line: Lord God of hosts, how lovely the place Refrain First Line: My soul is longing, fainting Scripture: Psalm 84 Tune Title: [Lord God of hosts, how lovely the place]
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Prayer in the sanctuary

Hymnal: Bible Songs #170 (1901) Topics: Christian Activity First Line: O Lord of hosts, how lovely is the place Scripture: Psalm 84 Tune Title: [O Lord of hosts, how lovely is the place]

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