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All Ye That Seek the Lord Who Died

Meter: Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: ABSCHIED

When Israel Out of Egypt Went

Meter: Appears in 5 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. When Israel out of Egypt went, From people of a speech unknown, The Lord among His people dwelt, And there He set his royal throne. 2. The sea beheld and fled away, The Jordan’s waters backward turned, The lofty mountains and the hills With trembling awe our God discerned. 3. What aileth thee, O troubled sea? Thou Jordan, why thy riven tide? Ye mountains and ye little hills, Why thus dismayed on every side? 4. O tremble, earth, before the Lord, In presence of Jehovah fear, Beneath whose touch the flinty rock Became a fount of water clear. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: The Psalter, 1912

Children, in Years and Knowledge Young

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 67 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. Children, in years and knowledge young, Your parents’ hope, your parents’ joy, Attend the counsels of my tongue, Let pious thoughts your minds employ. 2. If you desire a length of days, And peace to crown your mortal state, Restrain your feet from impious ways, Your lips from slander and deceit. 3. The eyes of God regard His saints, His ears are open to their cries; He sets His frowning face against The sons of violence and lies. 4. To humble souls and broken hearts God with His grace is ever nigh; Pardon and hope His love imparts, When men in deep contrition lie. 5. He tells their tears, He counts their groans, His Son redeems their souls from death; His Spirit heals their broken bones, They in His praise employ their breath. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

David Rejoiced in God His Strength

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 32 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. David rejoiced in God his strength, Raised to the throne by special grace; But Christ the Son appears at length, Fulfills the triumph and the praise. 2. How great is the Messiah’s joy In the salvation of Thy hand! Lord, Thou hast raised His kingdom high, And giv’n the world to His command. 3. Thy goodness grants whate’er He will, Nor doth the least request withhold; Blessings of love prevent Him still, And crowns of glory, not of gold. 4. Honor and majesty divine Around His sacred temples shine; Blessed with the favor of Thy face, And length of everlasting days. 5. Thine hand shall find out all His foes; And as a fiery oven glows With raging heat and living coals, So shall Thy wrath devour their souls. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

Just Are Thy Ways

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 61 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Just are Thy ways, and true Thy Word Lyrics: 1. Just are Thy ways, and true Thy Word, Great rock of my secure abode: Who is a god beside the Lord? Or where’s a refuge like our God? 2. ’Tis He that girds me with His might, Gives me His holy sword to wield; And while with sin and hell I fight Spreads His salvation for my shield. 3. He lives, and blessèd be my rock! The God of my salvation lives: The dark designs of hell are broke; Sweet is the peace my Father gives. 4. Before the scoffers of the age I will exalt my Father’s name, Nor tremble at their mighty rage, But meet reproach and bear the shame. 5. To David and his royal seed Thy grace for ever shall extend; Thy love to saints in Christ their head Knows not a limit, nor an end. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

Jesu! The Very Thought is Sweet!

Author: Bernard of Clairvaux; John M. Neale, 1818-1866 Meter: Appears in 86 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Jesu! the very thought is sweet Lyrics: 1. Jesu! the very thought is sweet! In that dear name all heart-joys meet; But sweeter than the honey far The glimpses of His presence are. 2. No word is sung more sweet than this: No name is heard more full of bliss; No thought brings sweeter comfort nigh, Than Jesus, Son of God most high. 3. Jesu! the hope of souls forlorn! How good to them for sin that mourn! To them that seek Thee, O how kind! But what art Thou to them that find? 4. Jesu, Thou sweetness, pure and blest, Truth's fountain, light of souls distressed, Surpassing all that heart requires, Exceeding all that soul desires! 5. No tongue of mortal can express, No letters write His blessedness, Alone who hath Thee in his heart Knows, love of Jesus! what Thou art. 6. O Jesu! King of wondrous might! O Victor, glorious from the fight! Sweetness that may not be expressed, And altogether loveliest! 7. Remain with us, O Lord, today! In every heart Thy grace display; That now the shades of night are fled, On Thee our spirits may be fed. 8. All honor, laud and glory be, O Jesu, virgin-born, to Thee! All glory, as is ever meet, To Father and to Paraclete. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: Sometimes attributed to an 11th Century abbess

Lord, What Was Man?

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 56 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Lord, what was man, when made at first Lyrics: 1. Lord, what was man, when made at first, Adam the offspring of the dust, That Thou shouldst set him and his race But just below an angel’s place? 2. That Thou shouldst raise his nature so, And make him lord of all below; Make every beast and bird submit, And lay the fishes at his feet? 3. But O! what brighter glories wait To crown the second Adam’s state! What honors shall Thy Son adorn, Who condescended to be born! 4. See Him below His angels made; See Him in dust amongst the dead, To save a ruined world from sin; But He shall reign with power divine. 5. The world to come, redeemed from all The mis’ries that attend the fall, New made and glorious, shall submit At our exalted Savior’s feet. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

Thy Broken Body, Gracious Lord

Author: Samuel P. Tregelles, 1813-1875 Meter: Appears in 23 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. Thy broken body, gracious Lord, Is shadowed by this broken bread; The wine which in this cup is poured, Points to the blood which Thou hast shed. 2. And while we meet together thus, We show that we are one in Thee; Thy precious blood was shed for us, Thy death, O Lord, hast set us free! 3. We have one hope that Thou wilt come, Thee in the air we wait to see, When Thou wilt give Thy saints a home, And we shall ever reign with Thee. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED

When Far Astray

Author: Salathial C. Kirk Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 First Line: When far astray in sin, one day Lyrics: 1 When far astray in sin, one day The loving Savior passed my way; As helpless, sick, and sore I lay Deep in the pit and miry clay. 2 He stooped and touched me in my shame; I felt His touch, I breathed His name; A thrill divine went through my soul— I felt that touch had made me whole. 3 "For you I drank the bitter cup," Thus Jesus said, and raised me up; He raised me up, O praise the Lamb, From what I was to what I am! 4 I know the depths from whence I came; Thou knowest, too, how weak my frame; Keep Thou my hand within Thine own, For, O, I dare not walk alone! 5 Close by the side of such a friend, Whose love could such a depth descend, I shall not wander from the fold, For power to save is grace to hold. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: Musings Along the Way (Philadelphia: A. H. Sickler & Company, 1900)

The World He Made He Still Sustains

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 The world He made He still sustains, When then dost thou, O Israel, say, "My God forgets His people’s pains; His Jacob is a castaway"? 2 Repent thee of thy peevish haste, Recall the rash desponding word, No more complain, "The hour is past, And I have wearied out my Lord." 3 Hast thou not heard, hast thou not known, The everlasting God, that laid The earth’s foundations, rules alone, Nor faints to bear the world He made? 4 Jehovah is unchangeable, His ways, and thought, are not as ours, He cheers the languid souls that fail, And quickens all their drooping powers. 5 Gently He lifts the fallen up, He gives them faith, and faith’s increase, Revives their feeble, dying hope, And fills with love, and joy and peace. 6 Blasted, the vigor of the young Shall fade, and suddenly decay; The bold, and confident, and strong, Shall fear, despair, and die away. 7 But they who wait upon the Lord Shall surely find His promise true, Receive the quickening powerful Word, And, born of God, their strength renew. 8 Their willing souls from sin set free, Shall swiftly in His statutes move, Shall walk in glorious liberty, Shall fly upon the wings of love. 9 With eagle’s wings their souls shall rise, Steady and strong to Heaven soar, Regain on earth their native skies, And faint, and fall, and sin no more. Used With Tune: ABSCHIED Text Sources: Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1742


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