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God our portion

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: Congregational Hymn and Tune Book; containing the Psalms and Hymns of the General Association of Connecticut, adapted to Suitable Tunes #429 (1856) Hymnal Title: Congregational Hymn and Tune Book; containing the Psalms and Hymns of the General Association of Connecticut, adapted to Suitable Tunes First Line: Save me O Lord from every foe Languages: English
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Support and Counsel from God without Merit

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #32b (1786) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace; 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may still rejoice, The saints, the glory of the earth, The people of my choice. 3 Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death nor hell my hope shall move While such a friend is nigh. Topics: Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company; Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English
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Support and Counsel from God without Merit

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #28b (1786) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace; 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may still rejoice, The saints, the glory of the earth, The people of my choice. 3 Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death nor hell my hope shall move While such a friend is nigh. Topics: Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company; Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English
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Support and Counsel from God without Merit

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #32b (1787) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace; 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may still rejoice, The saints, the glory of the earth, The people of my choice. 3 Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death nor hell my hope shall move While such a friend is nigh. Topics: Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company; Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English
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Support and Counsel from God without Merit

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #28b (1790) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace: 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may still rejoice, The saints, the glory of the earth, The people of my choice. 3 Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death nor hell my hope shall move While such a friend is nigh. Topics: Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company; Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and Support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and Support form God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; Evidence of Grace; God all-sufficient; Good Works profit Man, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection and death of Christ; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English
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Support and Counsel from GOD without Merit

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #XVId (1785) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace; 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may still rejoice, The saints, the glory of the earth, The people of my choice. 3 Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death nor hell my hope shall move While such a friend is nigh. Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English
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Save me, o Lord, from ev'ry foe

Hymnal: Dr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #34a (1790) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Dr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David Lyrics: 1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place; Tho' all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace. 2 Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may profit by't; The saints, the glory of the earth, The men of my delight. 3 Let Heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. 4 His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup: Much am I pleas'd with present good, But more rejoice in hope. 5 God is my portion and my joy; His counsels are my light: He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. 6 My soul would all her thoughts approve, To his all seeing eye; Not death, nor hell, my hope shall move, While such a friend is nigh. Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English

Save me O Lord from every foe

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: Parish Psalmody #d692 (1844) Hymnal Title: Parish Psalmody

Save me O Lord from every foe

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: Parish Psalmody #d705 (1848) Hymnal Title: Parish Psalmody
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Psalm 16 Part 1

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The #Ps.34 (1806) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The First Line: Save me, O Lord, from every foe Lyrics: Save me, O Lord, from every foe; In thee my trust I place, Though all the good that I can do Can ne'er deserve thy grace. Yet if my God prolong my breath, The saints may profit by 't; The saints, the glory of the earth, The men of my delight. Let heathens to their idols haste, And worship wood or stone; But my delightful lot is cast Where the true God is known. His hand provides my constant food, He fills my daily cup; Much am I pleased with present good, But more rejoice in hope. God is my portion and my joy, His counsels are my light; He gives me sweet advice by day, And gentle hints by night. My soul would all her thoughts approve To his all-seeing eye; Not death, nor hell, my hope shall move, While such a Friend is nigh. Topics: Resurrection and death of Christ; Christ his all-sufficiency; Christ his death and resurrection; Comfort and support in God; Company of saints; Confession of our poverty; Counsel and support from God; Courage in death; Death and resurrection of Christ; Death courage in it; God all-sufficient; Good works profit men, not God; Grace without merit; Hope of resurrection; Idolatry reproved; Merit disclaimed; Poverty confessed; Resurrection of the saints; Saints the best company; Support and counsel from God; Works good profit men, not God Scripture: Psalm 16:1-8 Languages: English

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