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Eternal Praise To The Lord

Author: Anonymous Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 3 hymnals Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Eternal praises to the Lord Lyrics: 1 Eternal praises to the Lord, Come let us join to give; By His protection and His guard We are yet spared to live. 2 Whilst many of our fellow-men, Were quickly called away: When in distress, and grief, and pain, They dropped their house of clay. 3 By grace, it is our happy lot To have respite of days; It is God’s will, that we should not Depart, without His grace. 4 May we be wise and ne’er forget, The troubles we were in! With sickness, pain, and death beset: As just reward for sin. 5 But He has turned His gracious hand, And laid His vengeance by; Still calls on this, our guilty land: "Turn ye, why will ye die?" 6 Then let us thank and praise our God, By whom we have been spared; And bear with His correcting rod, Till we are well prepared. Used With Tune: HEBER Text Sources: Church Hymn Book by Paul B. Henkel (New Market, VA: Colomon Henkel, 1816)

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Composer: George Kingsley Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 167 hymnals Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Tune Key: B Flat Major Incipit: 34555 36665 32165 Used With Text: Eternal Praise To The Lord

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Eternal praises to the Lord

Hymnal: Church Hymn Book #CLIX (1816) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Church Hymn Book Lyrics: 1 Eternal praises to the Lord, Come let us join to give; By his protection and his guard We are yet spar'd to live. 2 Whilst many of our fellow-men, Were quickly call'd away: When in distress, and grief, and pain, They dropt their house of clay. 3 By grace, it is our happy lot: To have respite of days; It is God's will, that we should not Depart, without his grace. 4 May we be wise and ne'er forget, The troubles we were in! With sickness, pain,and death beset: As just reward for sin. 5 But he has turn'd his gracious hand, And laid his vengeance by; Still calls on this, our guilty land: Turn ye, why will ye die. 6 Then let us thank and praise our God, By whom we have been spar'd; And bear with his correcting rod, Till we are well prepar'd. Topics: Thanksgiving after Diseases Scripture: Isaiah 38:17-22 Languages: English
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Eternal praises to the Lord

Hymnal: Church Hymn Book; consisting of hymns and psalms, original and selected. adapted to public worship and many other occasions. 2nd ed. #586 (1838) Hymnal Title: Church Hymn Book; consisting of hymns and psalms, original and selected. adapted to public worship and many other occasions. 2nd ed. Topics: Sickness Scripture: Isaiah 38:17-22 Languages: English
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Eternal Praise To The Lord

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #12589 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Eternal praises to the Lord Lyrics: 1 Eternal praises to the Lord, Come let us join to give; By His protection and His guard We are yet spared to live. 2 Whilst many of our fellow-men, Were quickly called away: When in distress, and grief, and pain, They dropped their house of clay. 3 By grace, it is our happy lot To have respite of days; It is God’s will, that we should not Depart, without His grace. 4 May we be wise and ne’er forget, The troubles we were in! With sickness, pain, and death beset: As just reward for sin. 5 But He has turned His gracious hand, And laid His vengeance by; Still calls on this, our guilty land: "Turn ye, why will ye die?" 6 Then let us thank and praise our God, By whom we have been spared; And bear with His correcting rod, Till we are well prepared. Languages: English Tune Title: HEBER

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Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Author of "Eternal Praise To The Lord" in The Cyber Hymnal In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries.

George Kingsley

1811 - 1884 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Composer of "HEBER" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: July 7, 1811, Northampton, Massachusetts. Died: March 14, 1884, Northampton, Massachusetts. Kingsley played the organ at the Old South Church and Hollis Street Church in Boston, Massachusetts. He also taught music at Girard College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, served as music supervisor for public schools in Philadelphia, and compiled a number of music books, including: Sunday School Singing Book, 1832 The Harmonist, 1833 The Social Choir, 1836 The Sacred Choir, 1838 The Harp of David, 1844 The Young Ladies’ Harp, 1847 Templi Carmina (Northampton, Massachusetts: 1853) The Juvenile Choir, 1865 --www.hymntime.com/tch



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