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O how love I thy law

Author: Anon. Appears in 36 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19:9 First Line: Unspotted is the fear of God and ever doth endure Topics: Scripture, Bible Used With Tune: [Unspotted is the fear of God and ever doth endure]

For the Beauty of the Earth

Author: Folliott S. Pierpoint, 1835-1917 Meter: Appears in 600 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19:1-6 Refrain First Line: Lord of all, to you we raise this our hymn of grateful praise Topics: Children's Hymns; Creation and Earth; Ecology; God the Creator; Descants Used With Tune: DIX
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A soul winner for Jesus

Author: W. Ferrill Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19:7 First Line: I want to be a soul winner Used With Tune: [I want to be a soul winner]

Psalm 19: The heav'ns God's glory do declare

Meter: Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19 First Line: The heav'ns God's glory do declare Lyrics: 1The heav’ns God’s glory do declare, the skies his hand-works preach: 2Day utters speech to day, and night to night doth knowledge teach. 3There is no speech nor tongue to which their voice doth not extend: 4Their line is gone through all the earth, their words to the world’s end. In them he set the sun a tent; 5Who, bridegroom-like, forth goes From’s chamber, as a strong man doth to run his race rejoice. 6From heav’n’s end is his going forth, circling to th’ end again; And there is nothing from his heat that hidden doth remain. 7God’s law is perfect, and converts the soul in sin that lies: God’s testimony is most sure, and makes the simple wise. 8The statutes of the Lord are right, and do rejoice the heart: The Lord’s command is pure, and doth light to the eyes impart. 9Unspotted is the fear of God, and doth endure for ever: The judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether. 10They more than gold, yea, much fine gold, to be desired are: Than honey, honey from the comb that droppeth, sweeter far. 11Moreover, they thy servant warn how he his life should frame: A great reward provided is for them that keep the same. 12Who can his errors understand? O cleanse thou me within 13From secret faults. Thy servant keep from all presumptuous sin: And do not suffer them to have dominion over me: Then, righteous and innocent, I from much sin shall be. 14The words which from my mouth proceed, the thoughts sent from my heart, Accept, O Lord, for thou my strength and my Redeemer art.

God's Glory Fills the Heavens

Author: Carl P. Daw Jr., b. 1944 Meter: D Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19 First Line: God's glory fills the heavens with hymns Lyrics: 1 God’s glory fills the heavens with hymns; the domed sky bears the Maker’s mark. New praises sound from day to day and echo through the knowing dark. Without a word their songs roll on; into all lands their voices run. And with a champion’s strength and grace from farthest heaven comes forth the sun. 2 God’s perfect law revives the soul; its precepts make the simple wise. Its just commands rejoice the heart; its truth gives light unto the eyes. Forever shall this law endure: unblemished, righteous, true, complete. No gold we ever found so fine, no honey in the comb more sweet. 3 God’s servant may I ever be: this world my joy, that word my guide. O cleanse me, LORD, from secret sin; deliver me from selfish pride. Accept my thoughts and words and deeds; let them find favor in your sight. For you alone can make me whole, O LORD, my refuge and my might. Topics: Church Year Lent; Church Year Passion/Palm Sunday; Conflict; Daily Prayer Midday Prayer; Daily Prayer Morning Prayer; Darkness; Discipleship; Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; Elements of Worship Prayer for Illumination; Elements of Worship Preparation for Worship; God Light from; God Trust in; God as Refuge; God as Rock; God as Shield; God as Creator; God's Wisdom; God's Word; God's Armor; God's Glory; God's Justice; God's law; God's Strength; Grace; Healing; Hymns of Praise; Jesus Christ Mind of; Jesus Christ Way, Truth, and Life; Renewal; Salvation; Servants of God; Temptation And Trial; Ten Commandments 10th Commandment (do not covet); Ten Commandments Deuteronomy 6; The Creation; The Fall; Truth; Victory; Wisdom Psalms; Worship; Year A, B, C, Easter, Easter vigil; Year A, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, October 2-8; Year B, Lent, 3rd Sunday; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, September 25-October 1; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, September, 11-17; Year C, Ordinary Time after Epiphany, 3rd Sunday Used With Tune: CREATION
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All Beautiful the March of Days

Author: Frances Whitmarsh Wile Meter: D Appears in 85 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19:1-4 Lyrics: 1 All beautiful the march of days, As seasons come and go; The Hand that shaped the rose hath wrought The crystal of the snow; Hath sent the hoary frost of heaven, The flowing waters sealed, And laid a silent loveliness On hill and wood and field. 2 O’er white expanses sparkling pure The radiant morns unfold; The solemn splendors of the night Burn brighter thhrough the cold; Life mounts in every throbbing vein, Love deepens round the hearth, And clearer sounds the angel hymn, “Good will to all on earth.” 3 O Thou from whose unfathomed law The year in beauty flows, Thyself the vision passing by In crystal and in rose, Day unto day doth utter speech, And night to night proclaim, In ever changing words of light, The wonder of Thy name. Used With Tune: FOREST GREEN
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Blest Instructor, from thy ways

Author: Merrick Appears in 67 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19 Topics: Seeking a clean Heart; Seeking forgiveness and a clean heart

Thy law is perfect, Lord of light

Author: James Montgomery Meter: Appears in 66 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19 Lyrics: Thy law is perfect, Lord of light! Thy testimonies sure, The statutes of Thy realm are right, And thy commandments pure. Holy, inviolate Thy fear, Enduring as Thy throne: Thy judgments, chastening or severe, Justice and truth alone:-- More prized than gold,--than gold whose waste Refining fire expels; Sweeter than honey to my taste, Than honey from the cells. 26 Let these, O God! my soul convert; And make Thy servant wise; Let these be gladness to my heart, The day-spring to mine eyes. By these may I be warn'd betimes; Who knows the guilt within? Lord, save me from presumptuous crimes, Cleanse me from secret sin! So may the words my lips express, The thoughts that throng my mind, O Lord, my strength and righteousness! With Thee acceptance find. Topics: God's law

I Love You, Lord

Author: Laurie Klein, 1950- Appears in 31 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19:14 First Line: I love you, Lord, and I lift my voice Topics: Adoration Used With Tune: [I love you Lord, and I lift my voice]
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The Heav'ns declare thy Glory, Lord

Appears in 26 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 19 Lyrics: 1 The Heav'ns declare thy Glory, Lord, which that alone can fill; The Firmament and Stars express their great Creator's Skill. 2 The Dawn of each returning Day, fresh Beams of Knowledge brings; From darkest Night's successive rounds divine Instruction springs. 3 Their pow'rful language to no Realm or Region is confin'd; 'Tis Nature's Voice, and understood alike by all Mankind. 4 Their Doctrine does its sacred Sense through Earth's Extent display; Whose bright contents the circling Sun does round the World convey. 5 No Bridegroom for his Nuptials dress'd, has such a chearful Face: No Giant does like him rejoice, to run his glorious Race. 6 From East to West, from West to East, his restless Course he goes; And, through his Progress, chearful Light, and vital Warmth bestows. Part II 7 God's perfect Law converts the Soul, reclaims from false Desires; With sacred wisdom His sure Word the Ignorant inspires. 8 The Statutes of the Lord are just, and bring sincere Delight; His pure commands in search of Truth assist the feeblest Sight. 9 His perfect Worship here is fix'd, on sure Foundations laid: His equal Laws are in the Scales of Truth and Justice weigh'd: 10 Of more Esteem than golden Mines, or Gold refin'd with Skill; More sweet than Honey, or the Drops that from the Comb distil. 11 My trusty Counsellors they are, and friendly Warnings give: Divine Rewards attend on those who by thy Precepts live. 12 But what frail Man observes how oft he does from Virtue fall! O, cleanse me from my secret Faults, thou God that know'st them all. 13 Let no presumptuous Sin, O Lord, Dominion have o'er me; That, by thy Grace preserv'd, I may the great Transgression flee. 14 So shall my Pray'r and Praises be with thy Acceptance blest; And I secure, on thy Defence, my Strength and Saviour, rest.


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