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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: A Collection of Hymns for Public and Private Worship approved by the Presbytery of Charleston #d141 (1796) Hymnal Title: A Collection of Hymns for Public and Private Worship approved by the Presbytery of Charleston Languages: English
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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: Hymn Book of the Methodist Protestant Church. (2nd ed.) #516 (1838) Hymnal Title: Hymn Book of the Methodist Protestant Church. (2nd ed.) Languages: English
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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: Hymn book of the Methodist Protestant Church. (4th ed.) #516 (1842) Hymnal Title: Hymn book of the Methodist Protestant Church. (4th ed.) Languages: English
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Job 8:11-22: The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases #R6 (1800) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Scottish Psalter and Paraphrases First Line: The rush may rise where waters flow Lyrics: The rush may rise where waters flow, and flags beside the stream; But soon their verdure fades and dies before the scorching beam So is the sinner’s hope cut off; or, if it transient rise, ’Tis like the spider’s airy web, from every breath that flies. Fixed on his house he leans; his house and all its props decay: He holds it fast; but, while he holds, the tott’ring frame gives way. Fair in his garden, to the sun his boughs with verdure smile; And, deeply fixed, his spreading roots unshaken stand a while. 125 But forth the sentence flies from Heav’n, that sweeps him from his place; Which then denies him for its lord, nor owns it knew his face. Lo! this the joy of wicked men, who Heav’n’s high laws despise: They quickly fall; and in their room as quickly others rise. But, for the just, with gracious care, God will his power employ; He’ll teach their lips to sing his praise, and fill their hearts with joy. Scripture: Job 8:11-22 Languages: English
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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: The Choir #132 (1833) Hymnal Title: The Choir
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The Rush May Rise

Author: Unknown Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #9818 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: The rush may rise where waters flow Lyrics: 1 The rush may rise where waters flow, And flags beside the stream; But soon their verdure fades and dies Before the scorching beam. 2 So is the sinner’s hope cut off; Or, if it transient rise, ’Tis like the spider’s airy web, From every breath that flies. 3 Fixed on his house, he leans; his house, And all its props decay: He holds it fast; but while he holds, The tottering frame gives way. 4 Fair is his garden, to the sun His boughs with verdure smile; And, deeply fixed, his spreading roots Unshaken stand a while. 5 But forth the sentence flies from Heaven, That sweeps him from his place; Which then denies him for its lord, Nor owns it knew his face. 6 Lo! this the joy of wicked men, Who Heaven’s high laws despise; They quickly fall; and in their room, As quickly others rise. 7 But, for the just, with gracious care, God will His power employ; He’ll teach their lips to sing His praise, And fill their hearts with joy. Languages: English Tune Title: ST ANNE

The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: The Halifax Selection of Hymns #d397 (1834) Hymnal Title: The Halifax Selection of Hymns
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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #R6 (2004) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook Lyrics: 1 The rush may rise where waters flow, and flags beside the stream; but soon their verdure fades and dies before the scorching beam: 2 So is the sinner’s hope cut off; or, if it transient rise, ’tis like the spider’s airy web, from ev'ry breath that flies. 3 Fix'd on his house he leans; his house and all its props decay: he holds it fast; but, while he holds, the tott’ring frame gives way. 4 Fair, in his garden, to the sun, his boughs with verdure smile; and, deeply fix'd, his spreading roots unshaken stand a while. 5 But forth the sentence flies from Heav’n, that sweeps him from his place; which then denies him for its lord, nor owns it knew his face. 6 Lo! this the joy of wicked men, who Heav’n’s high laws despise: they quickly fall; and in their room as quickly others rise. 7 But, for the just, with gracious care, God will his pow'r employ; he’ll teach their lips to sing his praise, and fill their hearts with joy. Scripture: Job 8:11-22 Languages: English Tune Title: ERIN
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The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: The Lecture-Room Hymn-Book #H353 (1855) Hymnal Title: The Lecture-Room Hymn-Book

The rush may rise where waters flow

Hymnal: Union Hymns #d392 (1834) Hymnal Title: Union Hymns

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