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Declension

Author: George W. Bethune Appears in 59 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:4 First Line: Oh, for the happy hour Lyrics: 1 Oh, for the happy hour When God will hear our cry, And send, with a reviving power, His Spirit from on high. 2 While many crowd thy house, How few, around thy board, Meet to recount their solemn vows, And bless thee as their Lord! 3 Thou, thou alone canst give Thy gospel sure success; Canst bid the dying sinner live Anew in holiness. 4 Come, then, with power divine, Spirit of life and love! Thou shall this people all be thine, This church like that above. Topics: Church Missions of; Church Revival of; Church Work of Used With Tune: ST. BRIDE
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O Lord, thy work revive

Author: P. H. Brown Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 183 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:4 Lyrics: 1 O Lord, thy work revive, In Zion's gloomy hour, And let our dying graces live By thy restoring power. 2 Oh, let thy chosen few Awake to earnest prayer; Their covenant again renew, And walk in filial fear. 3 Thy spirit then will speak Through lips of humble clay, Till hearts of adamant shall break-- Til rebels shall obey. 4 Now lend thy gracious ear; Now listen to our cry: Oh, come, and bring salvation near; Our souls on thee rely. Topics: The Christian Life Courage and Triumph; For Revival
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My Song Is Love Unknown

Author: Samuel Crossman (1624?-1683) Meter: 6.6.6.6.4.4.4.4 Appears in 116 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:1-6 Lyrics: 1 My song is love unknown, my Savior’s love to me, love to the loveless shown that they might lovely be. O who am I, that for my sake my Lord should take frail flesh, and die? 2 He came from his blest throne salvation to bestow, but all made strange, and none the longed-for Christ would know; but O my friend, my friend indeed, who at my need his life did spend. 3 Sometimes they strew his way, and his sweet praises sing, resounding all the day hosannas to their King. Then “Crucify!” is all their breath, and for his death they thirst and cry. 4 Why, what has my Lord done? What makes this rage and spite? He made the lame to run, he gave the blind their sight. Sweet injuries! Yet they at these themselves displease, and 'gainst him rise. 5 They rise, and needs will have my dear Lord made away; a murderer they save, the Prince of Life they slay. Yet cheerful he to suffering goes, that he his foes from thence might free. 6 Here might I stay and sing, no story so divine; never was love, dear King, never was grief like thine! This is my friend, in whose sweet praise I all my days could gladly spend. Topics: Holy Week (Good Friday) Used With Tune: LOVE UNKNOWN
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Zion's Glory

Author: William Shrubsole Appears in 106 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:4 First Line: Zion! awake, thy strength renew Lyrics: 1 Zion! awake, thy strength renew; Put on thy robes of beauteous hue; And let the admiring world behold The King's fair daughter clothed in gold. 2 Church of our God! arise and shine, Bright with the beams of truth divine; Then shall thy radiance stream afar, Wide as the heathen nations are. 3 Gentiles and kings thy light shall view, And shall admire and love thee too;-- They come, like clouds across the sky, As doves that to their windows fly. Topics: Church Missions of; Church Work of Used With Tune: MENDON
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Spirit of grace

Author: Philip Doddridge Appears in 93 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:4 First Line: Come, sacred Spirit, from above Lyrics: 1 Come, sacred Spirit, from above, And fill the coldest heart with love: Oh, turn to flesh the flinty stone, And let thy sovereign power be known. 2 Speak thou, and from the haughtiest eyes Shall floods of contrite sorrow rise; While all their glowing souls are borne To seek that grace which now they scorn. 3 Oh, let a holy flock await In crowds around thy temple-gate! Each pressing on with zeal to be A living sacrifice to thee. Topics: Contrition Used With Tune: WIMBORNE

Alone Thou Goest Forth, O Lord

Author: Peter Abelard (1079-1142); F. Bland Tucker (1895-1984) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 24 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:1-6 Topics: Holy Week (Good Friday) Used With Tune: BANGOR

Can I See Another's Woe

Author: William Blake, 1757-1827 Meter: 7.7.7.7 Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:1-6 Topics: Justice; Lent (season); Trust Used With Tune: BLAKE

Our cities cry to you, O God

Author: Margaret Clarkson, 1915- Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Lamentations 1:1 Topics: Church Body of Christ; City / City of God; Jesus Christ Redeemer and Savior; Jesus Christ Prince of Peace; One Life in Christ Justice; Repentance; Righteousness; Servant / Service Used With Tune: THE THIRD TUNE
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People Draw Near to God in Their Distress

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945); Alan Gaunt (1935-) Meter: 10.10.10.10 Appears in 1 hymnal Scripture: Lamentations 1:1-6 Lyrics: 1 People draw near to God in their distress, pleading for help and begging peace and bread, rescue from guilt and sickness, nearly dead. Christian or not, all come in helplessness. 2 People draw near when they see God's distress: find God rejected, homeless, without bread, burdened with sin and weakness, nearly dead. Christians reach out to meet God's wretchedness. 3 And God draws near to people in distress, feeding their souls and bodies with his bread; Christian or not, for both he's hanging dead, forgiving, from the cross, their wickedness. Topics: Holy Week (Good Friday) Used With Tune: SURSUM CORDA

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