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Hinweg ist mir genommen

Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123:1 Topics: Trost im Kreuz und Leiden

Salmo 121–Alzaré mis ojos a los montes

Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: Alzaré mis ojos a los montes Topics: Salmos; Salmos; Seguridad Used With Tune: MI SOCORRO
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A Song of Degrees

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: O Thou that in the heavens sitt'st Lyrics: 1 O Thou that in the heavens sitt'st I'll lift mine eyes to thee. 2 Lo as unto their masters hand, The eyes of servants be. As maids even to their mistress hand So are our eyes unto The Lord our God, until that he Shall mercy on us show. 3 O Lord be gracious unto us To us O gracious be; Because that filled with contempt Exceedingly are we. 4 Our soul is fill'd excedingly With scorns of men secure; From them also that haughty be Our souls contempt endure.
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To Thee, for Succour, in Distress

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 Lyrics: 1. To Thee, for Succour, in Distress, I lift my longing Eyes; Oh! thou Omnipotent, Supream! Who dwell'st above the Skies. 2. As Servants, eye their Master's Hand, Their Mistresses; the Maids; So to the Lord, our God, we look, For his reviving Aids. 3. Have Mercy upon us, O Lord, Oh! Pity to us show; For loaded with most base Contempt, We feel the Depth of Woe. 4. From those that live at Ease, our Soul Is greatly fill'd with Scorn; And the vile Insult of the Proud, We heavily have borne.

Psalm 123

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: To you, O God, our eyes we raise until your mercy we may praise Used With Tune: [To you, O God, our eyes we raise]
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O thou, who hast o'er all eternal sway

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 Lyrics: 1 O thou, who hast o'er all eternal sway, Whose throne is heav'n, and whom the worlds obey; When griefs distress, when foes around me rise, To thy paternal love I lift mine eyes. 2 As with attentive eye the slave observes; His matter's beck, nor from his duty swerves; As views the maid her mistress' nod with care, That she her favour and her love may share; So wait our eyes on our all-clement Lord, Till he his blest beneficence afford, 3 E'en now assist us, and our griefs remove; Mere objects of reproach, of scorn, we prove; Our foes insult us, and our griefs deride, And utter their contempt with killing pride; Our anguish'd souls their insolence can't bear, Have mercy, Lord, and our confusion spare.

Psalm (122) 123

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 First Line: We lift our eyes to the Lord Topics: Psalter Used With Tune: [We lift our eyes to the Lord]

Our eyes are on the Lord

Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 Topics: Eucharistic Celebration (Mass) Responsorial Psalms; Sacraments/Rites Reconciliation; Sacraments/Rites Anointing of the Sick; Order of Christian Funerals Funeral Liturgy; Trust in God Used With Tune: [Our eyes are on the Lord]
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To You, O LORD, I Lift My Eyes

Meter: 8.8.8.8.8.8 Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalm 123 Topics: Humility; Persecution Used With Tune: FILLMORE Text Sources: OPC/URCNA 2016

Psalm 32: I Turn to You, Lord

Author: Roy James Stewart Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Psalms 1-150 First Line: Happy the one whose sin is forgiven Refrain First Line: I turn to you, Lord, in times of trouble and you fill me Topics: 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B; Christian Initiation; Conversion; Evening; Forgiveness; Interfaith; Journey; Lent; Penance; Salvation; Sin; Suffering; Trial and Tribulation Used With Tune: [Happy the one whose sin is forgiven]

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