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Your Spirit, O LORD, Makes Life to Abound

Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #104 (1987) Meter: 10.10.11.11 Lyrics: 1 Your Spirit, O LORD, makes life to abound. The earth is renewed, and fruitful the ground. To God be all glory and wisdom and might. May God in his creatures forever delight. 2 My soul, praise the LORD! The LORD is most great, with glory arrayed, majestic in state. The light is his garment, the skies form a tent, and over the waters his couriers are sent. 3 He rides on the clouds and wings of the storm. The lightning and wind his mission perform. Foundations of earth he forever has stayed; to cover it, oceans like garments were laid. 4 On mountains and plains the dark waters lay. They heard his rebuke and hurried away. He lifted the mountains, to valleys gave birth, set boundaries for seas that once covered the earth. Repeat stanza 1 5 God causes the springs of water to flow in streams from the hills to valleys below. The LORD gives the streams for all living things there, while birds with their singing enrapture the air. 6 Down mountains and hills your showers are sent. With fruit of your work the earth is content. You give grass for cattle and food for our toil, enriching our labors with bread, wine, and oil. 7 The trees that the LORD has planted are fed, and over the earth their branches are spread. They keep in their shelter the birds of the air. The life of each creature God keeps in his care. Repeat stanza 1 8 The seasons are fixed by wisdom divine. The slow-changing moon shows forth God's design. The sun in its circuit its Maker obeys and, running its journey, hastes not nor delays. 9 The LORD makes the night, when, leaving their lair, the lions go forth, God's bounty to share. The LORD makes the morning, when beasts steal away, when we are beginning the work of the day. 10 How many and wise the works of the LORD! The earth with its wealth of creatures is stored. The sea bears in safety the ships to and fro; Leviathan plays in the waters below. 11 Your creatures all look to you for their food. Your hand opens wide, they gather the good. When you hide your face, LORD, in anguish they yearn; when you stop their breathing, to dust they return. Repeat stanza 1 12 Before the LORD's might earth trembles and quakes. The mountains are rent, and smoke from them breaks. I promise to worship the LORD all my days. Yes, while I have being, my God I will praise. 13 Rejoicing in God, my thought shall be sweet. May sinners depart in ruin complete. My soul, praise the LORD God his name be adored. Come, praise him, all people, and worship the LORD. Topics: New Year - Old Year; Confession of Sin; Creation; Harvest; Holy Spirit; New Year - Old Year; Providence Scripture: Psalm 104 Languages: English Tune Title: HOUGHTON
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My Soul, Praise the LORD!

Hymnal: Psalms for All Seasons #104E (2012) Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: My soul, praise the LORD! The LORD is most great Refrain First Line: Your Spirit, O LORD, makes life to abound Lyrics: 1 My soul, praise the LORD! The LORD is most great, with glory arrayed, majestic in state. The light is his garment, the skies form a tent, and over the waters his couriers are sent. 2 He rides on the clouds and wings of the storm. The lightning and wind his mission perform. Foundations of earth he forever has stayed; to cover it, oceans like garments were laid. 3 On mountains and plains the dark waters lay. They heard his rebuke and hurried away. He lifted the mountains, to valleys gave birth, set boundaries for seas that once covered the earth. Refrain: Your Spirit, O LORD, makes life to abound. The earth is renewed, and fruitful the ground. To God be all glory and wisdom and might. May God in his creatures forever delight. 4 God causes the springs of water to flow in streams from the hills to valleys below. The LORD gives the streams for all living things there, while birds with their singing enrapture the air. 5 Down mountains and hills your showers are sent. With fruit of your work the earth is content. You give grass for cattle and food for our toil, enriching our labors with bread, wine, and oil. 6 The trees that the LORD has planted are fed, and over the earth their branches are spread. They keep in their shelter the birds of the air. The life of each creature God keeps in his care. [Refrain] 7 The seasons are fixed by wisdom divine. The slow-changing moon shows forth God's design. The sun in its circuit its Maker obeys and, running its journey, hastes not nor delays. 8 The LORD makes the night, when, leaving their lair, the lions go forth, God's bounty to share. The LORD makes the morning, when beasts steal away, when we are beginning the work of the day. 9 How many and wise the works of the LORD! The earth with its wealth of creatures is stored. The sea bears in safety the ships to and fro; Leviathan plays in the waters below. 10 Your creatures all look to you for their food. Your hand opens wide, they gather the good. When you hide your face, LORD, in anguish they yearn; when you stop their breathing, to dust they return. [Refrain] 11 Before the LORD's might earth trembles and quakes. The mountains are rent, and smoke from them breaks. I promise to worship the LORD all my days. Yes, while I have being, my God I will praise. 12 Rejoicing in God, my thought shall be sweet. May sinners depart in ruin complete. My soul, praise the LORD God - his name be adored. Come, praise him, all people, and worship the LORD. Topics: Church Year Pentecost; Church Year Transfiguration; Despair; Elements of Worship Confession (Individual); Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; Fear; God Light from; God as Spirit; God as Spirit; God's Sovereignty; God's Wisdom; God's Face; God's Faithfulness; God's Greatness; God's Majesty; God's Name; God's Power; God's Presence; God's Strength; Grace; Hymns of Praise; Jesus Christ Teacher; Life Stages Death; Lord's Prayer 4th petition (give us today our daily bread); Occasional Services New Year; Occasional Services Thanksgving Day / Harvest Festival; Renewal; Suffering; The Creation; Truth; Worship; Year A, B, C, Easter, Day after Pentecost; Year B, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, October 16-22 Scripture: Psalm 104 Tune Title: HANOVER

My Soul, Bless the LORD!

Hymnal: Trinity Psalter Hymnal #104B (2018) Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: My soul, bless the LORD! My God, you are great! Topics: Creation; God Majesty of; God Praises of; God in Nature Scripture: Psalm 104 Languages: English Tune Title: LYONS
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My soul, praise the Lord, thou, Lord, mine own God

Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #P104c (2004) Meter: 10.10.11.11 Lyrics: 1 My soul, praise the Lord, thou, Lord, mine own God, art glorious, enrobed in beauty and might; 2 the heavens, like a curtain, thou spreadest abroad; as raiment, around thee enfoldest the light. 3 For chambers-beams sure, dark waters he binds; of clouds dim and deep his chariot doth frame, on stormy blasts riding, on wings of all winds; 4 his angels are spirits, his servants a flame. 5 Foundations secure he laid for the globe, that stable and firm it ever should last; 6 the waste ocean gathering o'er all as a robe: o'er all the high mountains the surging waves passed. 7 At thy dread rebuke they flee and they fail; thy thunder is heard, they speed here and there; 8 they burst the ridge over, they rush down the vale; where thou hast appointed, they haste to repair. 9 Thine own word hath set their border and bound, they roar and they toss, but cannot pass o'er: the word of Jehovah a sure fence is found; the flood o'er the mountains returneth no more. 10 He unto the vales the springs doth convey; and onward they wind their course through the hills; 11 whereat the wild asses their thirst oft allay, and beasts of the forest thereof drink their fills. 12 By thee pleasant springs, the fowls of the air inhabit the trees, the margin along; and, as in their gladness they move here and there among the green branches, praise God with their song. 13 His rain on the hills he pours from on high, with fruit of thy works the earth is replete; 14 his grass to the cattle he doth not deny, and gives for man's service the green herb as meat. 15 From earth, store of good he brings for man's sake; rich oil, gladsome wine, heart-strengthening bread. 16 His trees full of moisture the great God did make; his cedars he planted on Lebanon's head. 17 Secure in those shades the bird builds her nest; the firs to the stork a house have supplied; 18 the hills are a refuge for wild goats to rest; the crags of the rough rocks for conies to hide. 19 The moon he hath set for seasons to run; the times he ordained her change ever shows; and so, his course circling, the glorious sun his hour of descending as constantly knows. 20 When darkness doth come by thy will and power, then prowl forth abroad the beasts of the wood. 21 The lions rang roaring their prey to devour; and yet it is thou, Lord, who givest them food. 22 As riseth the sun, they all get them in; withdrawn from his light, to couch in their den; 23 but man forth proceedeth his toil to begin; till night come to call him to take rest again. 24 How manifold, Lord, the works of thy hand! Surpassing our thoughts their numbers are found! Thy outspread creation in wisdom is planned, and full of thy riches the wide world around. 23 So in the great sea thy works are displayed, where creeping things move, unnumbered in sort; 26 and there the ships wander, and there thou hast made Leviathan, hugest of monsters, to sport. 27 All these wait on thee their food to receive; that thou, in due time, their portion may'st give: 18 and, when it doth pleasethee their wants to relieve, full gladly they gather thy bounty and live. Thou openest thine hand; how full their supply! 29 Thou hidest thy face, confounded they mourn: when thou from them takest their spirit, they die, and to their dust, changing, again they return. 30 Thou send'st forth thy breath, and they are new made; and earth, as at first, looks vernal and bright. 31 In glory for ever the Lord is arrayed, and in his creation our God will delight. 32 He looks on the earth, it reels to and fro; he touches the hills, with smoke they are crowned. 33 Through life to Jehovah mine anthems shall flow; while yet I have being his praise I will sound. 34 With dear thoughts of him my heart shall run o'er; with God all my joy in treasure is stored. 35 The sinners are wasted; earth sees them no more, the rebels — where are they? My soul, praise the Lord. Scripture: Psalm 104 Languages: English Tune Title: HANOVER
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My People, Give Ear

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4443 Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: My people, give ear, attend to My Word Lyrics: 1. My people, give ear, attend to My Word, In parables new deep truths shall be heard; The wonderful story our fathers made known To children succeeding by us must be shown. 2. Instructing our sons we gladly record The praises, the works, the might of the Lord, For He hath commanded that what He hath done Be passed in tradition from father to son. 3. Let children thus learn from history’s light To hope in our God and walk in His sight, The God of their fathers to fear and obey, And ne’er like their fathers to turn from His way. 4. The story be told, to warn and restrain, Of hearts that were hard, rebellious, and vain, Of soldiers who faltered when battle was near, Who kept not God’s cov’nant nor walked in His fear. 5. God’s wonderful works to them He had shown, His marvelous deeds their fathers had known; He made for their pathway the waters divide, His glorious pillar of cloud was their guide. 6. He gave them to drink, relieving their thirst, And forth from the rock caused water to burst; Yet faithless they tempted their God, and they said, Can He who gave water supply us with bread? 7. Jehovah was wroth because they forgot To hope in their God, and trusted Him not; Yet gracious, He opened the doors of the sky And rained down the manna in richest supply. 8. With bread from on high their need He supplied, And more did He do when thankless they sighed; The strong winds commanding from south and from east He sent them abundance of quail for their feast. 9. Though well they were filled, their folly they chose; Till God in His wrath o’erwhelmed them with woes; He slew of their strongest and smote their young men, But still unbelieving they sinned even then. 10. Because of their sin He smote with His rod, And then they returned and sought for their God; Their Rock and Redeemer was God the Most high, Yet false were their praises, their promise a lie. 11. Not right with their God in heart and in will, They faithlessly broke His covenant still; But He, in compassion, reluctant to slay, Forgave them and oft turned His anger away. 12. His pity was great, though often they sinned, For they were but flesh, a swift passing wind; Yet though His compassion and grace they beheld, They tempted and grieved Him and often rebelled. 13. They limited God, the Most Holy One, And hindered the work His grace had begun; The hand that was mighty to save they forgot, The day of redemption remembering not. 14. Ungrateful and blind, no longer they thought Of wonders and signs and mighty deeds wrought, Of how all the rivers of Egypt ran red, And plagues in God’s anger were heaped on their head. 15. They thought not of how, their freedom to gain, In Egypt’s abodes the first born were slain, And how all God’s people were led forth like sheep, The flock He delighted in safety to keep. 16. Unharmed through the sea, where perished their foe, He caused them with ease and safety to go; His holy land gaining, in peace they were brought To dwell in the mountain the Lord’s hand had bought. 17. He gave them the land, a heritage fair; The nations that dwelt in wickedness there He drove out before them with great overthrow And gave to His people the tents of the foe. 18. Again they rebelled and tempted the Lord, Unfaithful, they turned to idols abhorred, And God in His anger withdrew from them then, No longer delighting to dwell among men. 19. He gave them to death in battle, although His glory and strength were scorned by the foe; Their young men were fallen, their maidens unwed, Their priest slain in battle, none wept for the dead. 20. Then mercy awoke, the Lord in His might Returned, and the foes were scattered in flight; Again to His people His favor He showed And chose in Mount Zion to fix His abode. 21. His servant He called, a shepherd of sheep, From tending his flock, the people to keep; So David their shepherd with wisdom and might Protected and fed them and led them aright. Languages: English Tune Title: CHIOS

The Kingdom of God

Author: Bryn A. Rees, b. 1911 Hymnal: Worship (3rd ed.) #615 (1986) Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: The kingdom of God is justice and joy Topics: Ordinary Time 11, Year B; Ordinary Time 21, Year B; Christian Initiation of Adults; Confirmation; Penance; Challenge of Gospel; Church; Commissioning; Cross; Discipleship; Grace; Jesus Christ; Joy; Justice; Kingdom; Mercy; Mission; Parables; Paschal Mystery; Redemption; Salvation; Trust Scripture: Matthew 22:1-10 Languages: English Tune Title: LAUDATE DOMINUM
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Give Praise to Our God

Hymnal: Psalms for All Seasons #149B (2012) Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: Give praise to our God and sing a new song Lyrics: 1 Give praise to our God and sing a new song, amid all the saints God's praises prolong; a song to your maker and ruler now raise, all children of Zion, rejoice and give praise. 2 With timbrel and harp and joyful acclaim, with gladness and mirth, we praise your great name; for now in your people your pleasure you seek, with robes of salvation adorning the meek. 3 In glory exult, you saints of the Word; with songs in the night high praises accord; go forth in God's service, be strong in God's might to conquer all evil and stand for the right. 4 For this is God's word: the saints shall not fail, but over the earth the humble prevail; all rulers and nations shall yield to their sway. To God give the glory; sing praises for aye. Topics: Alleluias; Biblical Names and Places Israel; Biblical Names and Places Zion; Church Year All Saints' Day; Church Year Easter; Church Year Trinity Sunday; Elements of Worship Praise and Adoration; Endurance; God as Creator; God as King; God's Sovereignty; God's Triumph; God's Word; God's Justice; God's Name; God's People (flock, sheep); Grace; Hymns of Praise; Joy; Judgment; Justice; Musical Instruments; Occasional Services; Occasional Services; Rulers; Unity and Fellowship; Worship; Year A, Ordinary Time after Pentecost, September 4-10; Year C, All Saints' Day, November 1 Scripture: Psalm 149 Tune Title: LAUDATE DOMINUM

Ye mountains and vales, in praises abound

Hymnal: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes #V12 (1933) Meter: 10.10.11.11 Languages: English
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I wrestle not now, but trample on sin

Hymnal: The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes #V41 (1933) Meter: 10.10.11.11 Lyrics: I wrestle not now, but trample on sin, For with me art Thou, and shalt be within; While stronger and stronger in Jesus' power, I go on to conquer, till sin is no more. Languages: English
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O Worship the King

Author: Robert Grant, 1779-1838 Hymnal: Hymns for Youth #1 (1966) Meter: 10.10.11.11 First Line: O worship the King, all glorious above Lyrics: 1. O worship the king, all glorious above, O gratefully sing His power and His love; Our shield and defender, the ancient of days, Pavilioned in splendor and girded with praise. 2.O tell of His might, O sing of His grace, Whose robe is the light, whose canopy space; His chariots of wrath the deep thunder-clouds form, And dark is His path on the wings of the storm. 3. Thy bountiful care what tongue can recite? It breathes in the air, it shines in the light; It streams from the hills, it descends to the plain, And sweetly distills in the dew and the rain. 4. Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, In thee do we trust, nor find thee to fail; Thy mercies how tender, how firm to the end, Our maker, defender, redeemer, and friend! 5. O measureless might, ineffable love, While angels delight to hymn thee above, Yhy humbler creation, thought feeble their lays, With true adoration shall sing to thy praise. Scripture: Psalm 104 Languages: English Tune Title: LYONS

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