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世間屬主我聖民, (O God, Thou art the Father)

Author: St. Columba Appears in 11 hymnals Matching Instances: 6 Used With Tune: DURROW

The Clouds of Judgment Gather

Author: Bernard of Cluny Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6.7.6 Appears in 5 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Topics: Christian Hope; Advent; Christian Hope; Judgment Used With Tune: DURROW Text Sources: Tr. hymnal version, 1978

Speak Forth Your Word

Author: Charles Jeffries, 1896 - 1972 Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Appears in 6 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Speak forth your word, O Father Used With Tune: DURROW
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The songs of all our praise belong

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Appears in 126 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: The songs of all our praise belong to you, Almighty God; I give my heart, I give my tongue, to spread your name abroad. How great the works your hands have wrought! How glorious in our sight! The wise in every age have sought your wonders with delight. How most exact is nature's frame! how wise th' Eternal Mind! Your counsels need not change the scheme that your first thoughts designed. All nature, time, and earth, and skies, proclaim your heavenly skill; we need your truth to make us wise, obedient, to your will. God, You redeem your chosen ones; your covenant is strong. The orders that your lips pronounce will keep us free from wrong. Your Son, the great Redeemer, came with ways both just and pure; and holy, reverent is his name; he makes our path secure. Scripture: Psalm 111 Used With Tune: DURROW Text Sources: Psalm 111, 1st & 2nd Parts, alt.
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Deep in the shadows of the past

Author: Brian Wren (b. 1936) Appears in 9 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Deep in the shadows of the past, far out from settled lands, some nomads travelled with their God across the desert sands. The dawn of hope for all mankind was glimpsed by them alone-- a promise calling them ahead, a future yet unknown. 2 While others bowed to changeless gods they met a mystery: God with an uncompleted name, 'I am what I will be'; and by their tents, around their fires, in story, song and law they praised, remembered, handed on a past that promised more. 3 From Abraham to Nazareth the promise changed and grew while some, remembering the past, recorded what they knew, and some, in letters or laments, in prophecy and praise, recovered, held and re-expressed new hope for changing days. 4 For all the writings that survived, for leaders, long ago, who sifted, chose, and then preserved the Bible that we know, give thanks, and find its promise yet our comfort, strength and call-- the working model for our faith alive with hope for all. Topics: Bible Scripture: Exodus 3:13 Used With Tune: DURROW

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