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For Noble Duty

Hymnal: Bible Songs No. 4 #179 (1917) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs No. 4 First Line: Lord, through all the generations Refrain First Line: On us let the grace and beauty Scripture: Psalm 90 Languages: English Tune Title: [Lord, through all the generations]
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I Shall be Satisfied

Hymnal: Bible Songs No. 4 #180 (1917) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs No. 4 First Line: Lord, through all the generations Scripture: Psalm 17 Languages: English Tune Title: [Lord, through all the generations]

I shall be satisfied

Hymnal: Bible Songs #d89 (1924) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: Lord, through all the generations Languages: English

Lord, Through All the Generations

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) #175 (1976) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Hymnal Title: Psalter Hymnal (Blue) Topics: Brevity And Frailty Of Life; Day Of Prayer; Funerals; Good Works; Man; Old Year; Work, Christian; Eternity, God'S; Immutability, God'S Scripture: Psalm 90 Languages: English Tune Title: EMMELAR (RICHARDS)

For noble duty

Hymnal: Songs for Christian Worship #d149 (1950) Hymnal Title: Songs for Christian Worship First Line: Lord, through all the generations Refrain First Line: On us let the grace and beauty
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Lord, Through All the Generations

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4034 Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. Lord, through all the generations Of the children of our race, In our fears and tribulations, Thou hast been our dwelling place. Ere the vast and wide creation By Thy word was caused to be, Or the mountains held their station, Thou art God eternally. 2. Each succeeding generation At Thy mighty word appears; Thou dost count in time’s duration One day as a thousand years. Death, with swift and sudden warning, Calls us from life’s dream away, Like the grass, green in the morning, Withered ere the close of day. 3. In Thy wrath our spirits languish, Sinful ’neath Thy searching eye; All our days are passed in anguish, In Thy wrath we pine and die. Threescore years and ten we tarry, Fourscore years the strong may stay, Long the load of grief to carry, Till at last we fly away. 4. Who can weigh Thy just displeasure, Who can fear Thee as he ought? Teach us now our days to measure And to wisdom turn our thought. Lord, return, regard our sadness, With Thy servants now abide; Fill our days with joy and gladness, With Thy mercy satisfied. 5. Long the clouds of evil lower; Bless us now with gladsome days; Let Thy servants see Thy power, Let their children learn Thy praise. On us let the grace and beauty Of the Lord our God remain, Strengthen us for noble duty That our work be not in vain. Languages: English Tune Title: EMMELAR
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The Cry of the Mortal

Hymnal: The Psalter #244 (1912) Hymnal Title: The Psalter First Line: Lord, thro' all the generations Lyrics: 1 Lord, thro' all the generations Of the children of our race, In our fears and tribulations, Thou hast been our dwelling-place. Ere the vast and wide creation By Thy word was cased to be, Or the mountains held their station, Thou art God eternally. 2 Each succeeding generation At Thy mighty word appears; Thou dost count in time's duration One day as a thousand years. Death, with swift and sudden warning, Calls us from life's dream away, Like the grass, green in the morning, Withered ere the close of day. 3 In Thy wrath our spirits languish, Sinful 'neath Thy searching eye; All our days are passed in anguish, In Thy wrath we pine and id. Threescore years and ten we tarry, Fourscore years the strong may stay, Long the load of grief to carry, Till at last we fly away. 4 Who can weigh Thy just displeasure, Who can fear Thee as he ought? Teach us now our days to measure And to wisdom turn our thought. Lord, return, regard our sadness; with Thy servants now abide; Fill our days with joy and gladness, With Thy mercy satisfied. 5 Long the clouds of evil lower; Bless us now with gladsome days; Let Thy servants see Thy power, Let their children learn Thy praise. On us let the grace and beauty Of the Lord our God remain, Strengthen us for noble duty That our work be not in vain. Topics: Christian Activity; Afflictions For sin; Afflictions From God; Afflictions Prayer in; Anger of God Deprecated; Anger of God Fearful; Anger of God Righteous; Bereavement; Danger of Delay; Death At Hand; Death Deprecated; God Attributes of; God Eternity of ; God Hearer of Prayer; God Immutability of; God Infinity of; Grace Growth in; Grace Quickening; Grace Redeeming; Life Brevity and Uncertainty of; Life Sorrowful and Vain; Man Mortal and Frail; Mercy of God Prayer for; Old Age; Parents and Children; Prayer Intercession in; Sickness From God Scripture: Psalm 90 Languages: English Tune Title: ARMSTRONG

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