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Stärk uns, Mittler, dein sind wir

Author: Munter Appears in 34 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Used With Tune: [Stärk uns, Mittler, dein sind wir]
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Though in midst of life we be

Author: Dr. Martin Luther; Richard Massie Appears in 8 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Though in the midst of life we be, Snares of death surround us; Where shall we for succor flee, Lest our foes confound us? To Thee alone, our Savior! We mourn our grievous sin which hath Stirred the fire of Thy fierce wrath. Holy and gracious God! Holy and mighty God! Holy and all-merciful Savior! Thou eternal God! Save us, Lord, from sinking In the deep and bitter flood. Kyrie eleison. 2 While in midst of death we be, Hell's grim jaws o'ertake us; Who from such distress will free, Who secure will make us? Thou only, Lord, canst do it! It moves Thy tender heart to see Our great sin and misery. Holy and gracious God! Holy and mighty God! Holy and all-merciful Savior! Thou eternal God! Let not hell dismay us With its deep and burning flood. Kyrie eleison. 3 Into hell's fierce agony Sin doth headlong drive us; Where shall we for succor flee, Who, O who will hide us? Thou only, blessed Savior! Thy precious blood was shed to win Peace and pardon for our sin. Holy and gracious God! Holy and mighty God! Holy and all-merciful Savior! Let us not, we pray, From the true Faith's comfort In our last need fall away. Kyrie eleison. Topics: Christian Life and Hope The Consummation: Contemplation of Death; Christian Life and Hope The Consummation: Contemplation of Death Used With Tune: INTERCESSION (Stärk uns, Mittler, dein sind wir)
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Lord, we thank Thee for the pleasure

Author: Rev. T. W. Jex-Blake, D.D. Appears in 5 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: BIBERACH

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