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Lord, Have Mercy upon Us

Meter: Irregular Appears in 65 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123:3 Topics: Responses, Musical to Confession Used With Tune: WILLAN KYRIE Text Sources: Kyrie eleison
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Rest in Christ

Author: Rev. Charles Wesley (1708-1788); Rev. John Wesley (1703-1791) Appears in 18 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: Jesus, full of truth and love Topics: Aspirations For Peace and Rest; Heart Surrender of; Penitential; Sin Indwelling; Sinners Coming to Christ; Sinners Yielding
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Komm, segen aus der höh!

Author: Gräfin B. v. Reuß Appears in 13 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123:2 Topics: Der Hausstand Berufslieder
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Señor, apiádate de nosotros (Kyrie Eleison)

Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123:3 First Line: Señor, apiádate de nosotros (O Lord, have mercy upon your people) Topics: La experiencia con Cristo Arrepentimiento, confesión y perdón; Recursos Para el Culto Oraciones de petición; Recursos Para el Culto Oraciones de petición; Recursos Para el Culto Responsos; Recursos Para el Culto Responsos; Resources for Worship Prayers of Petition; Resources for Worship Prayers of Petition; Resources for Worship Responses Used With Tune: PIEDAD

I Lift Up My Eyes to You

Author: Christopher M. Idle Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: [I Lift Up My Eyes to You] Text Sources: Light Upon the River (Hope Publishing Company,, 1998)
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A Song of Degrees

Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: O Thou who in the heavens dost dwell Lyrics: 1 O Thou who in the heavn's dost dwell, I lift mine eyes to Thee. 2 Behold, as servants eyes intent their masters hand to see; As maids eyes to their mistress hand; to Thee our eyes are so; To Thee the LORD our God, till Thou wilt mercy on us show. 3 O LORD, be merciful to us, to us, O gracious be! For filled with contempt and scorn exceedingly are we. 4 Our souls are fill'd exceedingly with scoffs of men at ease; And with the scorns of proud men who from scoffing never cease.

Psalm 123 (A Responsorial Setting)

Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: To you, I lift up my eyes Refrain First Line: Our eyes rest on you, Lord Topics: Blessing; Elements of Worship Confession (Corporate); Elements of Worship Confession (Individual); Elements of Worship Gathering; Elements of Worship Lord's Supper; God's Will; God's Protection; Gratitude; Joy; Lament General; Mercy; Mocking; New Creation; People of God / Church Citizens of Heaven; People of God / Church Serving; Prayer; Servants of God; The Annunciation; Worship; Year A, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, November 13-19; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, July 3-9 Used With Tune: [Our eyes rest on you, Lord] Text Sources: Liturgical Psalter (Refrain); Evangelical Lutheran Worship (Psalm text)
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Ad te levavi

Author: T. S. Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: O Lord that heaven dost possesse Lyrics: 1 O Lord that heaven dost possesse, I lift mine eyes to thee: Even as a servant lifteth his, his masters hands to see. 2 As handmaids watch their mistris hands some grace for to achieve: So we behold the Lord our God, till he do us forgive. 3 Lord grant to us compassion, and mercy in thy sight: For we are fil,d and overcome with hatred and despight. 4 Our minds be stuft with great rebuke, the rich and worldly-wise Do make of us their mocking stocks, the proud do us despise.
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To You, O Lord, We Lift Our Eyes (Psalm 123)

Author: Christopher L. Webber Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: To you, O Lord, we lift our eyes Topics: Healing; Lament Used With Tune: CANNONS

A Ti Levanto Mis Ojos

Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: Como están los ojos de los esclavos Topics: Cuaresma Used With Tune: [Como están los ojos de los esclavos]

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