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I Am a Stranger

Hymnal: Bible Songs No. 4 #88 (1917) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs No. 4 First Line: My end, Lord, make me know Scripture: Psalm 39 Languages: English Tune Title: [My end, Lord, make me know]

I am a stranger

Hymnal: Bible Songs #d95 (1924) Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: My end, Lord, make me know Languages: English
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My End, Lord, Make Me Know

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4396 Meter: 6.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. My end, Lord, make me know, My days, how soon they fail; And to my thoughtful spirit show How weak I am and frail. 2. To Thy eternal thought My days are but a span; To Thee my years appear as naught, A breath at best is man. 3. O Lord, regard my fears, And answer my request; Turn not in silence from my tears, But give the mourner rest. 4. I am a stranger here, Dependent on Thy grace, A pilgrim, as my fathers were, With no abiding place. Languages: English Tune Title: GREENWOOD
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A Mourner's Entreaties

Hymnal: The Psalter #107 (1912) Meter: 6.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Psalter First Line: My end, Lord, make me know Lyrics: 1 My end, Lord, make me know, My days, how soon they fail; And to my thoughtful spirit show How weak I am and frail. 2 To Thy eternal thought My days are but a span; To Thee my years appear as nought, A breath at best is man. 3 O Lord, regard my fears, And answer my request; turn not in silence from my tears, But give the mourner rest. 4 I am a stranger here, Dependent on Thy grace, A pilgrim, as my fathers were, With no abiding place. Topics: Afflictions Purpose of; Christians Pilgrims and Strangers; Death At Hand; Grace Sustaining; Humility; Life Brevity and Uncertainty of; Man Mortal and Frail; Old Age; Pilgrim Spirit; Prayer Pleas in; Resignation Scripture: Psalm 39 Languages: English Tune Title: GREENWOOD

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