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Doxology (7s 6s M.)

Author: James Montgomery Hymnal: Sacred Poems and Hymns #360 (1854) Meter: 7.6.7.6 Topics: Parting of Christian friends; Nature and grace progressive; Prayer for grace in self-knowledge; Jubilee of Christian Sisterhood; Warrior, Christian; Union, Christian, symbolized; Centenary of a Christian Sisterhood; Children praying for grace; Christian graces; Christian unity and peace; Christian Israel; Christian soldier; Christian confidence and stability; Providence and grace; Centenary of a Christian Church; Grace and Glory; Grace and glory day of; Grace and glory Of Jesus Christ; Day of grace; Day of grace after Judgment; Fellowship Christian, symbols of; Gifts and graces First Line: Glory to the Father be, Glory to the Son Lyrics: Glory to the Father be, Glory to the Son, Glory to the Spirit,--Three, In the Godhead One. As it was ere time begun, Is, and yet shall be, While unending ages run To eternity. Languages: English
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Prayer for Pardon and Cleansing

Hymnal: The Psalter #143 (1912) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Graces of; Christians Evangelists; Christians Duties of; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Sovereign ; Grace Restoring; Grace Quickening; Aspirations For Grace First Line: O God, according to Thy grace Lyrics: 1 O God, according to Thy grace Be merciful to me, In Thy abounding love blot out All my iniquity; O wash me wholly from my guilt And make me clean within, For my transgressions I confess, I ever see my sin. 2 Against Thee only have I sinned, Done evil in Thy sight; Lord, in Thy judgment Thou art just, And in thy sentence right. Behold, in evil I was formed, And I was born in sin, But Thou wilt make me wise in heart, Thou seekest truth within. 3 From all pollution make me clean, Yea, whiter than the snow; O let my broken heart rejoice And gladness make me know; Blot out all my iniquities, And hide my sins from view; Create in me a spirit right, O God, my heart renew. 4 From out Thy presence cast me not, Thy face no more to see; Thy Holy Spirit and His grace Take not away from me. Restore me Thy salvation's joy, My willing heart uphold; Then sinners shall be turned to Thee When I Thy ways unfold. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: VOX DILECTI
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Penitential Prayers and Vows

Hymnal: Bible Songs #107 (1901) Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Worship Grace Needed for; Christians Happiness of; Christians Graces of; Christians Evangelists; Christians Duties of; Christian Activity; Aspirations For Grace; Christians Saved by Grace 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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A Penitent's Plea

Hymnal: The Psalter #142 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Evangelists; Christians Duties of; Christians Debt of; Aspirations For Grace; Christians Graces of; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Sovereign ; Grace Restoring; Grace Justifying; 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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Days in the Sanctuary

Hymnal: The Psalter #229 (1912) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Nature An Emblem of Grace; Grace Restoring; Grace Growth in; Grace Abounding; Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Aspirations For Grace; Christians Blessedness of; Christians Pilgrims and Strangers; Christians Heirs of Heaven; Christians Growth of; Christians Graces of; Christians Fellowship of First Line: How lovely, Lord of Hosts, to me Lyrics: 1 How lovely, Lord of hosts, to me The tabernacles of Thy grace; O how I long, yea, faint to see Thy hallowed courts, Thy dwelling-place; For Thee my heart and spirit sign, For Thee, O living God, I cry. 2 The sparrow has her place of rest; The swallow thro' Thy kindly care, Has found where she may build her nest And brood her young in safety there; Thy altars as my rest I sing, O Lord of Hosts, my God, my King. 3 Blest they who in Thy house abide, They still to Thee shall render praise; Blest they who in Thy strength confide, And in whose hearts are Zion's ways; Tho' passing thro' the vale of tears, Like springs of joy Thy grace appears. 4 Advancing still from strength to strength, They onward go where saints have trod, Till ev'ry one appears at length In Zion's courts before his God; Jehovah God of Hosts, give ear, Our father's God, in mercy hear. 5 Upon us look, O God, our shield, The face of Thy anointed see; A thousand other days can yield No gladness like one day with Thee; Tho' only at Thy door I wait, No tents of sin give joy so great. 6 Jehovah, God our Shield and Sun, Will grace and glory surely give; No good will He withhold from one Who in His sight shall rightly live; O Lord of Hosts, most blest is he Who puts his steadfast trust in Thee. Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: ELLERTON
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Penitential Prayers

Hymnal: The Psalter #140a (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Graces of; Christians Duties of; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Restoring; Grace Redeeming; Grace Justifying; Grace Abounding; Aspirations For Grace 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 transgressions now; Wash me, make me pure within, Cleanse, O cleanse me from my sin. 2 My transgressions I confess, Grief and guilt my soul oppress; I have sinned against Thy grace And provoked Thee to Thy face; I confess Thy judgment just, Speechless, I Thy mercy trust. 3 I am evil, born in sin; Thou desirest 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. 4 Broken, humbled to the dust By Thy wrath and judgment just, Let my contrite heart rejoice And in gladness hear Thy voice; From my sins O hide Thy face, Blot them out in boundless grace. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: AJALON
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Penitential Prayers

Hymnal: The Psalter #140b (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Graces of; Christians Duties of; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Restoring; Grace Redeeming; Grace Justifying; Grace Abounding; Aspirations For Grace 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 transgressions now; Wash me, make me pure within, Cleanse, O cleanse me from my sin. 2 My transgressions I confess, Grief and guilt my soul oppress; I have sinned against Thy grace And provoked Thee to Thy face; I confess Thy judgment just, Speechless, I Thy mercy trust. 3 I am evil, born in sin; Thou desirest 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. 4 Broken, humbled to the dust By Thy wrath and judgment just, Let my contrite heart rejoice And in gladness hear Thy voice; From my sins O hide Thy face, Blot them out in boundless grace. Scripture: Psalm 51 Languages: English Tune Title: TOPLADY
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Delight in the House of God

Hymnal: The Psalter #225 (1912) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Grace Sustaining; Grace Restoring; Grace Quickening; Grace Growth in; Nature An Emblem of Grace; Aspirations For Grace; Christians Blessedness of; Christians Pilgrims and Strangers; Christians Heirs of Heaven; Christians Growth of; Christians Graces of; Christians Fellowship of First Line: How dear to me, O Lord of Hosts Lyrics: 1 How dear to me, O Lord of hosts, The place where Thou dost dwell; The tabernacles of Thy grace In pleasantness excel. My spirit longs, yea, even faints, Thy sacred courts to see; My thirsting heart and flesh cry out, O living God, for Thee. 2 Beneath Thy care the sparrow finds A place of peaceful rest; Where she may safely lay her young The swallow finds a nest; Then, Lord of Hosts, my King, my God, Thy love will shelter me; Beneath Thy altar's peaceful shade My dwelling-place shall be. 3 Blest they who dwell within Thy house, Their perfect strength Thou art; Their joyful praise shall never cease, Thy ways are in their heart. Their tears of grief, like early rain, Sweet springs of joy shall fill; With strength renewed they journey safe To Zion's holy hill. Scripture: Psalm 84 Languages: English Tune Title: ERSKINE
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Gracious Renewal and Testimoney

Hymnal: The Psalter #141 (1912) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Graces of; Christians Evangelists; Christians Debt of; Aspirations For Grace; Christian Activity; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Sovereign ; Grace Restoring 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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Pardon and Testimony

Hymnal: The Psalter #144 (1912) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Prayer For Grace and Salvation; Holiness Of Christians; Christians Graces of; Christians Evangelists; Christians Duties of; Christians Debt of; Aspirations For Grace; Christians Saved by Grace; Grace Restoring; 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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