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His Way with Thee

Author: C. S. N. Appears in 213 hymnals Scripture: Psalms 1-150 First Line: Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and good Refrain First Line: His power can make you what you ought to be Used With Tune: [Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and good]
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We Gather Together

Author: Theodore Baker, 1851-1934 Meter: Irregular Appears in 190 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 First Line: We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing Topics: Adoration and Praise; Gathering; God the Nurturer; Thanksgiving and Gratitude; Times and Seasons; Worship Used With Tune: KREMSER Text Sources: Nederlandtsch Gedenckclanck, 1626

Let saints on earth in concert sing

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Appears in 171 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 Topics: Communion of Saints; Church Family of God; Heaven; Servant / Service Used With Tune: DUNDEE (FRENCH)
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If You But Trust in God to Guide You

Author: Georg Neumark; Catherine Winkworth Appears in 167 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 Lyrics: 1. If you but trust in God to guide you, And place your confidence in Him, You’ll find Him always there beside you To give you hope and strength within; For those who trust God’s changeless love Build on the Rock that will not move. 2. Only be still and wait His pleasure In cheerful hope, with heart content: He fills your needs to fullest measure With what discerning love has sent; Doubt not our inmost wants are known To Him who chose us for His own. 3. Sing, pray, and keep His ways unswerving, Offer your service faithfully, And trust His word; though undeserving, You’ll find His promise true to be; God never will forsake in need The soul that trusts in Him indeed. Used With Tune: NEUMARK (Neumark)

Sweet Are the Promises

Author: William A. Ogden, 1841-1897 Meter: 6.4.12.6.4.12 Appears in 164 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 First Line: Sweet are the promises, Kind is the word Refrain First Line: Where He leads I'll follow Topics: Book Four: Occasional Selections, Gospel Songs and Hymns; Christian Life Guidance Used With Tune: WHERE HE LEADS I'LL FOLLOW
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Beautiful Home

Appears in 154 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:2 First Line: This is not my place of resting Refrain First Line: Beautiful home, oh, may we come Lyrics: 1 This is not my place of resting, Mine’s a city yet to come; Onward to it I am hasting, On to my eternal home. Refrain: Beautiful home, oh, may we come Safe to its fields of fadeless day; Where every trace of sin’s dark story, All the curse hath passed away. 2 In it all is light and glory, O’er it all a nightless day; Every trace of sin’s sad story, All the curse hath passed away. [Refrain] 3 Soon we pass this desert dreary, Soon we bid farewell to pain; Never more are sad and weary, Never, never sin again. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [This is not my place of resting]
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Nun danket alle Gott

Author: Martin Rinckart; Catherine Winkworth; du Pasquier; Federico Fliedner Meter: 6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6 Appears in 146 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 Used With Tune: NUN DANKET
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Praise

Author: Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 145 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:1 First Line: Hosanna to the Prince of light Lyrics: 1 Hosanna to the Prince of light, That cloth'd himself in clay; Enter'd the iron gates of death, And tore the bars away. 2 Death is no more the king of dread, Since our Immanuel rose; He took the tyrant's sting away, And spoil'd our hellish foes. 3 See how the conq'ror mounts aloft, And to his Father flies, With scars of honuor in his flesh, And triumph in his eyes. 4 There our exalted Savior reigns, And scatters blessings down; Our Jesus fills the middle seat Of the celestial throne. 5 Raise your devotion, mortal tongues, To reach his blest abode, Sweet be the accents of your songs To our incarnate God. 6 Bright angels, strike your loudest strings, Your sweetest voices raise; Let heav'n and all created things. Sound our Immanuel's praise. Topics: The Resurrection of Christ, who arose for our Justification
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From Heaven Above

Author: Martin Luther Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 140 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:2 First Line: "From heaven above to earth I come Topics: Christian Year Nativity/Christmas; Christian Year Epiphany; Jesus Christ Birth Used With Tune: VOM HIMMEL HOCH Text Sources: Trans. Lutheran Book of Worship, 1978, alt.
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O What Their Joy and Their Glory Must Be

Author: Peter Abelard (1079-1142); John Mason Neale (1818-1866) Meter: 10.10.10.10 Appears in 130 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48 Lyrics: 1 O what their joy and their glory must be, those endless sabbaths the blessed ones see: crown for the valiant, to weary ones rest: God shall be all and in all ever blest. 2 What are the monarch, the court, and the throne? What are the peace and the joy that they own? O that the blest ones, who in it have share, all that they feel could as fully declare! 3 Truly Jerusalem name we that shore, vision of peace, that brings joy evermore; wish and fulfillment can be severed ne'er, nor the thing prayed for come short of the prayer. 4 There, where no troubles distraction can bring, we the sweet anthems of Sion shall sing, while for thy grace, Lord, their voices of praise thy blessed people eternally raise. 5 Now, in the meantime, with hearts raised on high, we for that country must yearn and must sigh, seeking Jerusalem, dear native land, through our long exile on Babylon's strand. 6 Low before God with our praises we fall, of whom, and in whom, and through whom are all; praise to the Father, and praise to the Son, praise to the Spirit, with them ever one. Topics: Communion of Saints Used With Tune: O QUANTA QUALIA

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