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When all your mercies, O my God

Author: J. Addison (1672-1719) Appears in 966 hymnals Matching Instances: 11 Topics: God, Father Gracious and Merciful; Christ the Healer; Christ the Friend of Sinners Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION
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With Joy We Contemplate the Grace

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 408 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 With joy we contemplate the grace of our High Priest above; his heart is made of tenderness; it overflows with love. 2 Touched with a sympathy within, he knows our feeble frame; he knows what sore temptations mean, for he has felt the same. 3 But spotless, innocent, and pure the great Redeemer stood while Satan's fiery darts he bore, and did resist to blood. 4 He'll never quench the smoking flax, but raise it to a flame; the bruised reed he never breaks, nor scorns the meanest name. 5 Then let our humble faith address his mercy and his pow'r; we shall obtain deliv'ring grace in ev'ry needful hour. Topics: Jesus Christ Grace Scripture: Isaiah 42:3 Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION (Ouseley)
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O Lord and Master of Us All

Author: J. G. Whittier Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 62 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 O Lord and Master of us all, whate’er our name or sign, we own thy sway, we hear thy call, we test our lives by Thine. 2 Thou judgest us; thy purity doth all our lusts condemn; the love that draws us nearer thee is hot with wrath to them. 3 Yet weak and blinded though we be, thou dost our service own; we bring our varying gifts to thee, and thou rejectest none. 4 Apart from thee all gain is loss, all labor vainly done; the solemn shadow of the cross is better than the sun. 5 We faintly hear, we dimly see, in diff'ring phrase we pray; but, dim or clear, we own in thee the Life, the Truth, the Way. Topics: Call and Response Scripture: Psalm 139:1 Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION (Ouseley)

Our Father, whose creative love

Author: Albert F. Bayly Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION
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Approach, My Soul

Author: John Newton Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 599 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Approach, my soul, the mercy seat Topics: Prayer and Consecration Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION
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So New-Born Babes Desire The Breast

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 31 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 So new-born babes desire the breast, To feed, and grow, and thrive; So saints with joy the Gospel taste, And by the Gospel live. 2 With inward gust their heart approves All that the Word relates; They love the man their Father loves, And hate the works He hates. 3 Not all the flattering baits on earth Can make them slaves to lust; They can’t forget their heavenly birth, Nor grovel in the dust. 4 Not all the chains that tyrants use Shall bind their souls to vice; Faith, like a conqueror, can produce A thousand victories. 5 Grace, like an uncorrupted seed, Abides and reigns within; Immortal principles forbid The sons of God to sin. 6 Not by the terrors of a slave Do they perform His will; But with the noblest powers they have His sweet commands fulfill. 7 They access find at every hour To God within the veil; Hence they derive a quickening power, And joys that never fail. 8 O happy souls! O glorious state Of overflowing grace; To dwell so near their Father’s seat, And see His lovely face! 9 Lord, I address Thy heavenly throne; Call me a child of Thine; Send down the Spirit of Thy Son To form my heart divine. 10 There shed Thy choicest loves abroad, And make my comforts strong: Then shall I say, "My Father God!" With an unwavering tongue. Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION Text Sources: Hymns and Spiritual Songs Book 1, 1707
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Oh, Bright And Happy Olivet

Author: Tom L. Brown Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Oh, bright and happy Olivet, Where once the Master trod, From whence He first went up on high— True Man and Very God. 2 Incarnate Christ in human flesh, We wait till Thou appear, With glory crowned, and saints around Caught up in joy and fear. 3 Oh, bright and happy Olivet, Once more shalt thou behold The blessed form of God’s own Son, As by those angels told. 4 And then shall David’s throne be set, And Israel too shall be Amid the happy throng that shall The true Messiah see. 5 Oh, bright and happy Olivet, How glad that day and fair, When Jew and Gentile in accord His love shall then declare. 6 For when He comes, they shall return With joy upon their head, For Israel shall accepted be As living from the dead! 7 Oh, bright and happy Olivet, The time now draweth near When Israel, God’s beloved, shall know Contrition’s sweetest tear. 8 For Christ shall come to earth again, His scattered flock to save; And on the throne of David reign, Victorious o’er the grave. Used With Tune: CONTEMPLATION Text Sources: Churchman's Treasury of Song (London: Methuen: 1907)

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