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Author: Mary D. JamesAppears in 210 hymnalsMatching Instances: 41Matching Instances: 41First Line: All for JesusRefrain First Line: All for Jesus! All for Jesus!Used With Tune: CONSTANCY
Appears in 95 hymnalsMatching Instances: 17Matching Instances: 17First Line: Sitting at the feet of JesusLyrics: 1 Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
O what words I hear Him say!
Happy place - so near, so precious!
May it find me there each day!
Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
I would look upon the past,
For His love has been so gracious -
It has won my heart at last.
2 Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
Where can mortal be more blest?
There I lay my sins and sorrows,
And, when weary, find sweet rest;
Sitting at the feet of Jesus,
There I love to weep and pray
While I from His fullness gather
Grace and comfort ev'ry day.
3 Bless me, O my Savior, bless me,
As I sit low at Thy feet!
O look down in love upon me,
Let me see Thy face so sweet!
Give me, Lord, the mind of Jesus,
Make me holy as He is;
May I prove I've been with Jesus,
Who is all my righteousness.Topics: AspiriatonUsed With Tune: CONSTANCYText Sources: Unknown
Author: M. Lynwood SmithAppears in 1 hymnalMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: Gazing upward into heavenRefrain First Line: Gazing upward into heavenUsed With Tune: [Gazing upward into heaven]
Author: John NewtonAppears in 21 hymnalsMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: As the serpent raised by MosesLyrics: 1. As the serpent raised by Moses
Healed the burning serpent’s bite;
Jesus thus Himself discloses
To the wounded sinner’s sight:
Hear His gracious invitation,
“I have life and peace to give,
I have wrought out full salvation,
Sinner, look to Me and live.
2. “Pore upon your sins no longer,
Well I know their mighty guilt;
But My love than death is stronger,
I My blood have freely spilt:
Though your heart has long been hardened,
Look on me—it soft shall grow;
Past transgressions shall be pardoned,
And I’ll wash you white as snow.
3. “I have seen what you were doing,
Though you little thought of me;
You were madly bent on ruin,
But I said—It shall not be:
You had been for ever wretched,
Had I not espoused your part;
Now behold My arms outstretchèd
To receive you to My heart.
4. Well may shame, and joy, and wonder,
All your inward passions move;
I could crush thee with My thunder,
But I speak to thee in love:
See! your sins are all forgiven,
I have paid the countless sum!
Now My death has opened Heaven,
Thither you shall shortly come.
5. Dearest Savior, we adore Thee
For Thy precious life and death;
Melt each stubborn heart before Thee,
Give us all the eye of faith:
From the law’s condemning sentence,
To Thy mercy we appeal;
Thou alone canst give repentance,
Thou alone our souls canst heal.Used With Tune: ALL FOR JESUS (Hull)Text Sources: Olney Hymn, (London: W. Oliver, 1779), number 61
Appears in 1 hymnalMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: 世上景色我已一閱 (Having seen the world's fair beauty)Used With Tune: [Having seen the world's fair beauty]Text Sources: Hymnary, 1984 - 聖徒詩歌
Appears in 2 hymnalsMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: Siddende ved Jesu fødderUsed With Tune: [Siddende ved Jesu fødder]
Appears in 1 hymnalMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: Alt for Jesus, alt for JesusUsed With Tune: [Alt for Jesus, alt for Jesus]
Appears in 1,988 hymnalsMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: Come, Thou fount of ev'ry blessingRefrain First Line: In My Father's house are many mansionsLyrics: 1 Come, Thou fount of ev’ry blessing,
Tune my heart to sing Thy grace;
Streams of mercy, never ceasing,
Call for ceaseless songs of praise.
“In My Father’s house are many mansions,
If it were not so I would have told you;
In My Father’s house are many mansions,”
And all the streets are paved with gold.
2 Here I raise my Ebenezer,
Hither by Thy help I’m come;
And I hope, by Thy good pleasure,
Safely to arrive at home. [Refrain]
3 O to grace how great a debtor
Daily I’m constrained to be!
Let Thy goodness, like a fetter,
Bind my wand’ring heart to Thee. [Refrain]Used With Tune: [Come, Thou fount of ev'ry blessing]
Author: J. H.; Henry BallAppears in 1 hymnalMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: A los pies de JesucristoUsed With Tune: CONSTANCY
Author: E. L. MaxwellAppears in 1 hymnalMatching Instances: 1Matching Instances: 1First Line: A los pies de Jesucristo, ¡qué palabras me habla a mí!Used With Tune: [A los pies de Jesucristo, ¡qué palabras me habla a mí!]