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Trumpet the Name! Praise Be to Our LORD!

Author: Calvin Seerveld Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Biblical Names & Places Aaron; Biblical Names & Places Abraham; Biblical Names & Places Egypt; Biblical Names & Places Isaac; Biblical Names & Places Jacob; Biblical Names & Places Joseph; Biblical Names & Places Moses; Biblical Names & Places Pharaoh; Christmas; Covenant; Deliverance; Heritage; Joy; Lord's Supper; Mercy; Biblical Names & Places Aaron; New Year - Old Year; Biblical Names & Places Abraham; Biblical Names & Places Egypt; Biblical Names & Places Isaac; Biblical Names & Places Jacob; Biblical Names & Places Joseph; Biblical Names & Places Moses; Biblical Names & Places Pharaoh; Deliverance; New Year - Old Year Scripture: Psalm 105 Used With Tune: GENEVAN 105

O Thank the LORD with Great Rejoicing

Author: Walter van der Kamp Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Covenant of Grace; Election; God Faithfulness of; Israel Scripture: Psalm 105 Used With Tune: GENEVAN 105

Unto the Lord Lift Thankful Voices

Author: Samuel G. Brondsema Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Praise To God, Jesus Christ; Seeking After God; Worship; Election, Divine; Faithfulness, God's Scripture: Psalm 105 Used With Tune: PIERRE
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O render Thanks and bless the LORD

Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 O render Thanks and bless the LORD, Invoke his ever sacred Name; Acquaint the Nations with his Deeds, His great and matchless Deeds proclaim: His wond'rous Works in Hymns rehearse, Make them the Subject of your Verse. 2 Rejoice in his Almighty Name, Which only ought to be ador'd; And let their Hearts o'erflow with Joy, Who seek with humble Fear the LORD: Seek ye the LORD, his Strength implore, Seek ye his Face for evermore. 3 The Wonders that his Hands have wrought, Keep ever thankfully in Mind; With all the Statutes of his Mouth, And Laws he hath to us assign'd: His Works are glorious to the View, His Judgments all are just and true. 4 Know ye, his Servant Abra'm's Seed, And likewise Jacob's chosen Race; He's still our GOD, and through the Earth, His righteous Judgments will take Place: His Word, for Thousand Ages past, Hath stood, and shall for ever last. 5 His Cov'nant first to Abra'am sign'd, By Oath to Isaac made secure; To Jacob and his Heirs, confirm'd, A Law for ever to endure: A Testament to Israel made, Is on a firm Foundation laid. 6 That Canaan's Land should be their Lot, When yet but few of them there were: But few in Number, and those few Forlorn and helpless Strangers there: From Realm to Realm secure they mov'd, Whilst Kings were for their Sakes reprov'd. 7 "These mine Anointed are (said he) "Let none my chosen Servants wrong; "Nor treat the poorest Prophet ill, "That doth to me, his GOD, belong." AT last he made their Corn to fail, And through the Land a Dearth prevail. 8 But Joseph he had sent before, Who for a Slave was sold and bound; His Feet, secur'd within the Stocks, Did galling Irons pierce and wound: 'Till GOD's appointed Time and Word, Had try'd him, and did Help afford. 9 The King then sent, and set him free, And Lord of all his Houshold made; His Wealth he gave to him in Charge, Before him all his Counsels laid. That he might teach his Statesmen Skill, And tell the Princes of his Will. Part II 10 To Egypt then, invited Guests, With Speed, half famish'd Israel came; And Jacob, though a Stranger, held By royal Grant the Land of Ham: There GOD his People multiply'd, 'Till they with their Oppressors vy'd 11 Their vast Increase th'Egyptian's Hearts, With Jealousy and Anger fir'd; 'Till they his Servants to destroy, With secret Treachery conspir'd: Their Hearts against his People turn'd, Their Breasts with inward Envy burn'd. 12 His Servant Moses then he sent, He sent his chosen Aaron too; Empow'r'd with Signs and Miracles, To prove their sacred Mission true: These shew'd the Wonders of his Hand, And spread their Tokens through the Land. 13 He call'd for Darkness, and it came, Yet would they not his Voice obey; He turn'd their Waters into Blood, And did their Fish in Numbers slay: A noisome Pest of Frogs was bred, And sent to croak at Pharaoh's Bed. 14 He gave the Sign, and Swarms of Flies, Came from above in cloudy Hosts; While Earth's enlivin'd Dust below, Bred hateful Lice through all their Coasts: Hailstones he did for Rain command, And Flames of Fire, to plague the Land. 33 He smote their Fig Trees and their Vines, Their lofty Forst Trees destroy'd; Locusts and Caterpillars join'd; In dreadful Swarms, the Land annoy'd: Their Numbers cover'd all the Ground, And eat the Fruit and Herbage round. 16 He, in one Night their First-born smote, The Chief of all their Pride he slew; But from their Land, enrich'd with Spoils, In Health and Strength his Servants drew: Egypt was glad when they remov'd, Who had to them so fatal prov'd. 17 GOD spread a Cloud to cover them, A Fire at Night was their sure Guide; He gave them Quails at their Desire, And them with heav'nly Bread supply'd: He smote the Rock, and from the Wound, The gushing Waters flow'd around. 18 For he his Promise kept in Mind, And brought his People forth with Joy; Gave them the Fruit of others Toil, And did their Heathen Foes destroy: That they his Statutes may obey, And to his Laws due Rev'rence pay. Topics: Thanksgivings For Delerances and Wonders, General Scripture: Psalm 105 Used With Tune: [O render Thanks, and bless the Lord]
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O render Thanks to GOD above

Appears in 227 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 O render Thanks to GOD above, The Fountain of eternal Love; Whose Mercy firm through Ages past Has stood, and shall for ever last: What mortal Eloquence can raise Of his great Deeds th'immortal Praise? 2 Happy are they, and only they, Who from thy Judgments never stray: Extend to me that Favour, LORD, Thou to thy Chosen dost afford: When thou return'st to set them free, Let thy Salvation visit me. 3 Oh! may I worthy prove, to see Thy Saints in full Prosperity! That I the joyful Choir may join, And count thy People's Triumph mine: But how can we expect such Grace, Of Parents vile, the viler Race! 4 Ingrateful, they no longer thought On all his Works in Egypt wrought; The Red Sea they no sooner view'd, But they their base Distrust renew'd; Yet GOD, to vindicate his Name, Once more to their Deliv'rance came. 5 To Right and Left, at his Command, The prating Deep disclos'd her Sand; Where firm and dry the Passage lay, As through some parch'd and desart Way; Thus rescu'd, by his Hand, they were, And freed from Danger and from Fear. 6 Their Foes pursu'd them to the Waves, Which prov'd the rash Pursuers Graves; The watry Mountain's sudden Fall, O'erwhelm'd proud Pharaoh, Host and all; This Proof did stupid Israel move, To own GOD's Truth, and praise his Love. Part II 7 But soon these Wonders they forgot, His Counsels they regarded not; But lusting in the Wilderness, Did him with fresh Temptations press: Strong Food at their Request he sent, But made their Sin their Punishment. 8 Yet still his Saints they did oppose, The Priest and Prophet, whom he chose: But Earth, the Quarrel to decide, Her vengeful Jaws extended wide, Rash Dathan to her Centre drew, And Flames destroy'd Abiram's Crew. 9 Near Horeb's Mount, a Calf they made, And to the molten Image pray'd; Adoring what their Hands did frame, They chang'd their Glory to their Shame: Their GOD and Saviour they forgot, And all his Works, in Egypt wrought. 10 Nor thought they on his pow'rful Hand; Who spread such Wonders through the Land, Nor on the fearful Things, which he Had done for them, when at the Sea, Proud Pharaoh, and his num'rous Host, Were in o'erwhelming Billows lost. 11 Thus urg'd, his vengeful Hand he rear'd; But Moses in the Breach appear'd: The Saint did for the Rebels pray, And turn'd Heav'n's kindled Wrath away. Yet they his pleasant Land despis'd, Nor his repeated promise priz'd, 12 GOD's Voice they would not yet obey, But when he said, Go up, would stay; This seal'd their Doom without Redress, To perish in the Wilderness; Or else to be, by Heathen Hands, O'erthrown and scatter'd through the Lands. Part III 13 Yet unreclaim'd, this stubborn Race Baal-Peor's Worship did embrace; Became his impious Guests, and fed On Sacrifices to the Dead: Thus they perished to provoke GOD's Vengeance to the final Stroke. 14 'Tis come: - the deadly Pest is come, To execute their gen'ral Doom; But Phineas fir'd with holy Rage, Th'Almighty's Vengeance to asswage, Did, by two bold offenders Fall, Th'Atonement make, that ransom'd all. 15 As him a heav'nly Zeal had mov'd, So GOD the zealous Act approv'd; In him 'twas counted Righteousness, The LORD did therefore Phineas bless; To him confirming, and his Race, The Priesthood, he so well did grace. 16 At Meribah, GOD's Wrath they mov'd, Who Moses for their Sakes reprov'd; Whose patient Soul they did provoke, 'Till rashly the meek Prophet spoke: Nor did they, though desir'd employ Their Swords the Heathen to destroy. 17 Nor only spar'd the Pagan Crew, But, mingling, learnt their Vices too; And Worship to those Idols paid, Which them to fatal Snares betray'd: To Devils they did sacrifice, Their Children with relentless Eyes. 18 They stain'd their Altars with a Flood, Of their own Sons and Daughters Blood; No cheaper Victims would appease, Canaan's remorseless Deities: No Blood her Idols reconcile, But that which did the Land defile. Part IV 19 Thus after their Hearts Lusts they went, And daily did new Crimes invent; But Sins of such infernal Hue, GOD's Wrath against his People drew: 'Till he, their once indulgent LORD, His own Inheritance abhor'd. 19 He them, defenceless, did expose To their insulting Heathen Foes; And made them on the Triumphs wait, Of those who bare them greatest Hate: To Tyrants they were subject made, Who on them heavy Burdens laid. 21 Yet when, distress'd, they did repent, His Anger did as oft relent; Implacable he never prov'd, Nor heard their wretched Cries unmov'd: But did to mind his Promise bring, And Mercy's inexhausted Spring. 22 Compassion too he did impart, Ev'n to their Foes obdurate Heart; And Pity for their Suff'rings bred, In those, who them to Bondage led: He did their Enemies dispose, To ease the Burden of their Woes. 23 Still save us, LORD, and Israel's Bands Together bring from Heathen Lands; So to thy Name our Thanks we'll raise, And ever triumph in thy Praise. Let all thy saints, with full Accord, Sing loud Amena - Praise ye the LORD! Topics: Description of Unthankfulness and Rebellion of the Israelites; Thanksgivings For Delerances and Wonders, General Scripture: Psalm 106 Used With Tune: [O render Thanks to God above]

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