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He Who Would Valiant Be

Author: John Bunyan, 1628-1688 Meter: Appears in 133 hymnals Matching Instances: 24 Used With Tune: ST. DUNSTAN'S
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Quien Quiera Fuerte Mostrarse

Author: John Bunyan, 1628-1688; P. D. Sosa Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Quien quiera frente al mal Used With Tune: ST. DUNSTAN'S

Keep Me, O God of Grace

Author: Nichol Grieve Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Keep me, O God of grace; from ill defend me; my trust in thee I place; do thou befriend me; thou art the Lord most high; save thee no good have I; when sorrows multiply, thy peace attend me. 2 My goodly heritage thou, Lord, maintainest; from childhood unto age my lot maintainest; thy wisdom doth impart instruction to my heart; thou who almighty art, to guide me deignest. 3 By thee my soul is blest with joy o'erflowing; in confidence I rest, thy mercy knowing; Lord, from the silent grace thou wilt thy servant save, that life for which I crave at last bestowing. Topics: Righteousness, Reward of Scripture: Psalm 16 Used With Tune: ST. DUNSTAN'S

Master of Eager Youth

Author: F. Bland Tucker, 1895-; St. Clement of Alexandria, c. 170-220 Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Topics: Praise to Christ Used With Tune: ST. DUNSTAN'S

When Shall We Meet Again?

Author: Alaric A. Watts Appears in 334 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 When shall we meet again? Meet ne’er to sever? When will peace wreathe her chain Round us for ever? When will our hearts repose Safe from each blast that blows In this dark vale of woes? Never—no, never! 2 When shall love freely flow Pure as life’s river? When shall sweet friendship glow, Changeless forever? Where joys celestial thrill, Where bliss each heart shall fill, And fears of parting chill, Never—no, never! 3 Up to that world of light, Take us, dear Saviour; May we all there unite, Happy for ever; Where kindred spirits dwell, There may our music swell, And time our joys dispel, Never—no, never! 4 Soon shall we meet again, Meet ne’er to sever; Soon will peace wreathe her chain Round us forever; Our hearts will then repose Secure from worldly woes; Our songs of praise shall close Never—no, never! Used With Tune: ST. DUNSTAN'S Text Sources: Poetical Sketches (London: Hurst, Robinson & Company, 1823)

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