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The church's one foundation

Author: S. J. Stone, 1839-1900 Meter: Appears in 814 hymnals Scripture: Habakkuk 1:2 Topics: Third Sunday Before Lent Year A; Proper 5 Year C; Proper 16 Year A Used With Tune: AURELIA

Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service

Author: Albert Frederick Bayly, 1901-1984 Meter: D Appears in 49 hymnals Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-4 Topics: Healing; Justice; Ordination; Servanthood; Peace Used With Tune: BEACH SPRING

O God of Every Nation

Author: William Watkins Reid, Jr., 1923- Meter: D Appears in 30 hymnals Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-4 Topics: Justice; Remembrance Day; Peace Used With Tune: LLANGLOFFAN

Weary of All Trumpeting

Author: Martin H. Franzmann, 1907-1976 Meter: D Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-4 Topics: Discipleship; Justice; Remembrance Day; Servanthood; Peace Used With Tune: ST. KEVIN

Song of the Prophets

Author: Michael Morgan Meter: D Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Habakkuk 1-3 First Line: In ages past the mighty Lord Topics: Biblical Names and Places Amos; Biblical Names and Places Daniel; Biblical Names and Places Ezekiel; Biblical Names and Places Habakkuk; Biblical Names and Places Haggai; Biblical Names and Places Hosea; Biblical Names and Places Isaiah; Biblical Names and Places Jeremiah; Biblical Names and Places Joel; Biblical Names and Places Jonah; Biblical Names and Places Malachi; Biblical Names and Places Micah; Biblical Names and Places Nahum; Biblical Names and Places Obadiah; Biblical Names and Places Zechariah; Biblical Names and Places Zephaniah; Covenant Faithfulness Used With Tune: STAR OF COUNTY DOWN

How Long, O God, Will My Prayers Be in Vain?

Author: Barbara Hamm Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Habakkuk 1:2-4 Lyrics: 1 How long, O God, will my prayers be in vain? Why must I languish in sorrow and pain? Do not abandon a child you have made; you are my shelter, my solace and shade. 2 When evil prospers and hope is long gone, do not forsake me, your presence withdrawn. Shield and protect those who call on your name; you are my God, and your blessing I claim. 3 Early and late will my tongue sing your praise; you will uphold me the length of my days. You are a stronghold for all the oppressed; hear us, O God! Let your people be blessed. Topics: Grief; Healing; Lament Used With Tune: LAND OF MERCY

Forgive, Forgive Us, Holy God

Author: Shirley Erena Murray Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Habakkuk 1:2-4 First Line: Forgive us, forgive us, holy God! Lyrics: 1 Forgive, forgive us, holy God! Your children call on you to hear! Our blood is on each other’s hands, we die from hunger, lies and fear. 2 Forgive us that our souls are numb to scenes of terror, screams of pain; that while we pray “Your kingdom come” our world is still a battle plain. 3 Forgive the minds no longer shocked by homeless poor, by lives abused, forgive us that the earth is stacked with weapons waiting to be used. 4 Forgive us that our household gods are self and safety, private need, forgive us all our fitful prayers, the token gift, the token deed. 5 Give us this day the bread of peace, the hands to share a common good, the hearts to ache for justice's sake, the will to stand where Jesus stood. Topics: Abuse; Forgiveness From God; Housing; Justice Economic; Lent; Peace and Justice; Peace Conflict and War; Stewardship Used With Tune: ROUGH SEAS

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