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Fear Not, O Little Flock

Author: Johann M. Altenburg; Catherine Winkworth Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 105 hymnals First Line: Fear not, O little flock, the foe Lyrics: 1 Fear not, O little flock, the foe who madly seeks your overthrow; dread not his rage and pow'r: what though your courage sometimes faints, his seeming triumph o'er God's saints lasts but a little hour. 2 Be of good cheer, your cause belongs to him who can avenge your wrongs; leave it to him, our Lord: though hidden yet from all our eyes, he sees the Gideon who shall rise to save us and his Word. 3 As true as God's own Word is true, nor earth nor hell with all their crew against us shall prevail. A jest and byword are they grown; God is with us, we are his own; our vict'ry cannot fail. 4 Amen, Lord Jesus, grant our pray'r; great Captain, now your arm make bare, fight for us once again; so shall your saints and martyrs raise a mighty chorus to your praise, world without end. Amen. Topics: Anniversaries; Reformation Day; The Christian Life Conflict With Sin; Adversaries; Cast Out Fear; God Our Strength Scripture: Luke 12:32 Used With Tune: JEHOVAH NISSI

A Little That The Righteous Hold.

Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: A little that the righteous hold Lyrics: 1 A little that the righteous hold Is better far than wealth untold Of many wicked men; Destroyed shall be their arm of pride, But they who in the lord confide Shall be upholden then. 2 He knows the days the perfect live, To them a heritage will give Which ever shall abide; In evil times no shame they know, And in the days of famine's woe They shall be satisfied. 3 Although the wicked prospered seem, At last they vanish like a dream And perish in a day; Jehovah's foes shall soon appear Like fields once fair, now brown and sear; Like smoke they fade away. 4 They borrow oft and pay not back, But righteous men do nothing lack, And give with gracious hand; Those cursed by Him shall be destroyed, But such as have His grace enjoyed, They shall possess the land. The Psalter: with responsive readings, 1912

Thou Art My God, O God of Grace

Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Thou art my God, O God of grace, And earnestly I seek Thy face, My heart cries out for Thee; My spirit thirsts Thy grace to taste, An exile in this desert waste In which no waters be. 2 I long as in the times of old Thy power and glory to behold Within Thy holy place; Because Thy tender love I see More precious far than life to me, My lips shall praise Thy grace. 3 Thus will I bless Thee while I live, And with uplifted hands will give Praise to Thy holy Name; When by Thy bounty well supplied, Then shall my soul be satisfied, My mouth shall praise proclaim. 4 My lips shall in Thy praise delight When on my bed I rest at night And meditate on Thee; Because Thy hand assistance brings, Beneath the shadow of Thy wings My heart shall joyful be. The Psalter: with responsive readings, 1912

You Righteous, in the Lord Rejoice

Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1 You righteous, in the Lord rejoice; it well becomes the good man's voice to sing Jehovah's praise. With harp and hymn of gladness sing, your gift of sweetest music bring, to him a new song raise. 2 For upright is Jehovah's word; and all the doings of the Lord in faithfulness are wrought. In justice and in judgment right the Lord does ever take delight; with goodness earth is fraught. 3 Jehovah's word the heav'ns has made, and all the host of them arrayed his breath has caused to be. He rolls the waters heap on heap; he stores away the mighty deep in garners of the sea. 4 Let all the earth Jehovah fear, let all that dwell both far and near in awe before him stand; for, lo, he spoke and it was done, and all, with sovereign pow'r begun, stood fast at his command. 5 He makes the nations' counsels vain, the plans the peoples would maintain are thwarted by his hand. Jehovah's counsel stands secure, his purposes of heart endure, forevermore they stand. 6 O truly is the nation blessed whose God, before the world confessed, Jehovah is alone; and blessed the people are whom he has made his heritage to be, and chosen for his own. Topics: God His Power; Church Covenant People; Fear of God; God Incomprehensibility of; God Praise of; God Sovereignty of ; The Nation Scripture: Psalm 33:1-12 Used With Tune: OLD 113TH Text Sources: compiled from several sources; mod.

Jesus, Thou soul of all our joys

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-88 Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 42 hymnals Topics: The Church Worship in the Sanctuary Used With Tune: GROSVENOR

Jesus, Who Died A World To Save

Author: William Hammond Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 13 hymnals First Line: Jesus, who died the world to save

Sinner Secure, The Writing See!

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal Text Sources: Short Hymns on Select Passages of Holy Scripture (Bristol, England: E. Farley, 1762)

Almighty Framer Of The Skies

Author: Thomas Chatterton, 1752-1770 Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Almighty framer of the skies! Lyrics: 1 Almighty framer of the skies! O let our pure devotion rise, Like incense in Thy sight! Wrapped in impenetrable shade The texture of our souls was made, Till Thy command gave light. 2 The Sun of glory gleamed the ray, Refined the darkness into day, And bid the vapors fly: Impelled by His eternal love, He left His palaces above, To cheer our gloomy sky. 3 How shall we celebrate the day When God appeared in mortal clay, The mark of worldly scorn; When the archangel’s heavenly lays Attempted the Redeemer’s praise, And hailed salvation’s morn? 4 A humble form the Godhead wore, The pains of poverty He bore, To gaudy pomp unknown: Though in a humble walk He trod, Still was the man Almighty God, In glory all His own. 5 Despised, oppressed, the Godhead bears The torments of this vale of tears, Nor bids His vengeance rise; He saw the creatures He had made Revile His power, His peace invade; He saw with mercy’s eyes. 6 How shall we celebrate His name, Who groaned beneath a life of shame, In all afflictions tried? The soul is raptured to conceive A truth which being must believe: The God eternal died. 7 My soul, exert thy powers, adore, Upon devotion’s plumage soar, To celebrate the day: The God from whom creation sprung Shall animate my grateful tongue; From Him I’ll catch the lay! Used With Tune: JOSEPHINE


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