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Happy the Church, thou sacred place

Author: Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 125 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48 Topics: Christ and Christianity Character and success of the gospel
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Christ and the Church

Author: Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 87 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:10 First Line: The king of saints, how fair his face Lyrics: 1 The king of saints, how fair his face, Adorn'd with majesty and grace! He comes with blessings from above, And wins the nations to his love. 2 At his right hand, our eyes behold, The queen array'd in purest gold; The world admires her heav'nly dress; Her robes of joy and righteousness. 3 He forms her beauties like his own, He calls and seats her near his throne; Fair stranger, let thine heart forget The idols of thy native state. 4 So shall the king the more rejoice In thee the fav'rite of his choice; Let him be lov'd, and yet ador'd, For he's thy maker and thy Lord. 5 O happy hour, when thou shalt rise To his fair palace in the skies, And all thy sons (a num'rous train) Each like a prince in glory reign. 6 Let endless honours crown his head; Let ev'ry age his praises spread; While we with cheerful songs approve The condescension of his love.
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There is no night in heaven

Author: Francis M. Knollis Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 83 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 Topics: The Christian Life The Life Everlasting Used With Tune: WOOLWICH
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Life's Railway to Heaven

Author: Eliza R. Snow; M. E. Abbey Meter: 8.7.8.7 D with refrain Appears in 79 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 First Line: Life is like a mountain railway Refrain First Line: Blessed Savior, Thou wilt guide us Lyrics: 1 Life is like a mountain railway, With an engineer that’s brave; We must make the run successful, From the cradle to the grave; Watch the curves, the fills, the tunnels; Never falter, never fail; Keep your hands upon the throttle, And your eyes upon the rail. Refrain: Blessed Savior, Thou wilt guide us, Till we reach that blissful shore, When the angels wait to join us In Thy praise forevermore. 2 You will roll up grades of trial; You will cross the bridge of strife; See that Christ is your conductor On this lightning train of life; Always mindful of obstruction, Do your duty, never fail; Keep your hands upon the throttle, And your eyes upon the rail. [Refrain] 3 You will often find obstructions, Look for storms and wind and rain; On a fill, or curve, or trestle They will almost ditch your train; Put your trust alone in Jesus, Never falter, never fail; Keep your hands upon the throttle, And your eyes upon the rail. [Refrain] 4 As you roll across the trestle, Spanning Jordan’s swelling tide, You behold the Union Depot Into which your train will glide; There you’ll meet the Sup’rintendent, God, the Father, God the Son, With the hearty, joyous plaudit, “Weary Pilgrim, welcome home.” [Refrain] Topics: Exhortation Used With Tune: [Life is like a mountain railway] Text Sources: Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/Lifes_Railway_to_Heaven); Anonymous/Unknown, The Blue Book (189)
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Mysteries of Providence

Author: Steele Appears in 77 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48 First Line: Lord, how mysterious are Thy ways Topics: God Attributes; God Mystery; God Providence; God Unsearchableness; Mysteries of Providence

A safe stronghold our God is still

Author: Martin Luther, 1483-1546; Thomas Carlyle, 1795-1881; Rupert E. Davies, 1909-1994 Meter: 8.7.8.7.6.6.6.6.7 Appears in 60 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:8 Topics: Conflict, Suffering and Doubt Used With Tune: EIN` FESTE BURG
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Thy hand, O God, has guided

Author: Edward Hayes Plumptre, 1821-1891 Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6.7.6 Appears in 52 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:10 Lyrics: 1 Thy hand, O God, has guided thy flock, from age to age; the wondrous tale is written, full clear, on ev'ry page; our forebears owned thy goodness, and we their deeds record; and both of this bear witness: one Church, one Faith, one Lord. 2 Thy heralds brought glad tidings to greatest, as to least; they bade them rise, and hasten to share the great King's feast; and this was all their teaching, in every deed and word, to all alike proclaiming: one Church, one Faith, one Lord. 3 Through many a day of darkness, through many a scene of strife, the faithful few fought bravely to guard the nation's life. Their gospel of redemption, sin pardoned, man restored, was all in this enfolded: one Church, one Faith, one Lord. 4 And we, shall we be faithless? Shall hearts fail, hands hang down? Shall we evade the conflict, and cast away our crown? Not so: in God's deep counsels some better thing is stored; we will maintain, unflinching, one Church, one Faith, one Lord. 5 Thy mercy will not fail us, nor leave thy work undone; with thy right hand to help us, the victory shall be won; and then be all creation, thy name shall be adored. And this shall be their anthem: One Church, one Faith, one Lord. Topics: All Saints; Christian unity; Faith, Trust and Commitment; Grace and Providence; Gradual Hymn; The Pilgrim Community; Year A Proper 23; Year B Proper 13; Year B Proper 9; Year C Epiphany 4 Used With Tune: THORNBURY
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Heralds of creation! cry

Author: James Montgomery Meter: 7.7.7.7 Appears in 44 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48 Lyrics: Heralds of creation! cry,-- Praise the Lord, the Lord most high! Heaven and earth! obey the call, Praise the Lord, the Lord of all. For He spake, and forth from night Sprang the universe to light: He commanded,--Nature heard, And stood fast upon his word. Praise Him, all ye hosts above, Spirits perfected in love; Sun and Moon! your voices raise, Sing, ye stars! your Maker's praise. 13 Earth! from all thy depths below, Ocean's hallelujahs flow, Lightning, Vapour, Wind and Storm, Hail and Snow! His will perform. Vales and Mountains! burst in song; Rivers! roll his praise along; Clap your hands, ye Trees! and hail God, who comes in every gale. Birds! on wings of rapture soar, Warble at His Temple door, Joyful sounds from Herds and Flocks, Echo back, ye Caves and Rocks! Kings! your Sovereign serve with awe; Judges! own His righteous law; Princes! worship Him with fear; Bow the knee, all People! here. Let His truth by Babes be told, And His wonders by the old; Youths and maidens! in your prime, Learn the lays of heaven betime. High above all height His throne, Excellent His name alone; Him let all His works confess, Him let every Being bless. Topics: Creation all invites to worship God
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God Is Our Help, Refuge, and Strength (하나님은 피난처요) (Psalm 46)

Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 43 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:8 First Line: God is our help, refuge, and strength (만군의 주 하나님이) Lyrics: Refrain: God is our help, refuge, and strength. In troubling times, we will not fear. God is our help, refuge, and strength. In troubling times, we will not fear. KOREAN Refrain: 만군의 주 하나님이 우리힘 께 계 시리니 야곱의 하나님은 우리들의 피난처리 Topics: Assurance; A New Heaven and a New Earth; Sovereignty of God Used With Tune: GOD IS OUR HELP
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I Am Weak, and I Need Thy Strength (Lead Me, Guide Me)

Author: Doris Akers, 1922- Meter: Irregular Appears in 42 hymnals Scripture: Psalm 48:14 First Line: I am weak, and I need Thy strength and power Refrain First Line: Lead me, guide me along the way Lyrics: 1 I am weak, and I need Thy strength and power To help me over my weakest hour; Let me through the darkness Thy face to see, Lead me, O Lord, lead me. Refrain: Lead me, guide me along the way; For if You lead me, I cannot stray; Lord, let me walk each day with Thee. Lead me, O Lord, lead me. 2 Help me tread in the paths of righteousness; Be my aid when Satan and sin oppress. I am putting all my trust in Thee, Lead me, O Lord, lead me. [Refrain] 3 I am lost, if you take your hand from me; I am blind, without Thy Light to see; Lord, just always let me Thy servant be, Lead me, O Lord, lead me. [Refrain] Topics: The Christian Life Struggle and Guidance; Assurance; Faith Used With Tune: LEAD ME, GUIDE ME

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