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God of Grace and God of Glory

Posted by Harry Emerson Fosdick on

God of Grace and God of Glory God of grace and God of glory,on thy people pour thy power;crown the ancient church's story;bring its bud to glorious flower.Grant us wisdom, grant us courage,for the facing of this hour,for the facing of this hour. Lo! the hosts of evil round us,scorn thy Christ...

The Solid Rock

Posted by Edward Mote on

The Solid Rock My hope is built on nothing lessThan Jesus Christ, my righteousness;I dare not trust the sweetest frame,But wholly lean on Jesus' name.           On Christ, the solid Rock, I stand;          All other ground is sinking...

Take Time to Be Holy

Posted by Mormon Tabernacle Choir on

Take Time to Be Holy Take time to be holy, speak oft with thy Lord;Abide in Him always, and feed on His Word.Make friends of God's children, help those who are weak,Forgetting in nothing His blessing to seek. Take time to be holy, the world rushes on;Spend much time in secret, with Jesus...

O Worship the King

Posted by C Michael Hawn on

O Worship the King O worship the King, all glorious above,and gratefully sing His wonderful love;our Shield and Defender, the Ancient of Days,pavilioned in splendor, and girded with praise. O tell of his might, and sing of His grace,whose robe is the light, whose canopy space.His chariots of...

Love Has Come!

Posted by French Carol on

Love Has Come! Love has come - a light in the darkness! Love explodes in the Bethlehem skies.See, all heaven has come to proclaim it; hear now their song of joy arises:Love! Love! Born unto you, a Savior!Love! Love! Glory to God on high! Love is born! Come share in the wonder; Love is God now...

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty!

Posted by Joachim Neander on

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty! History:This well known hymn, published in 1680, was written by Joachim Neander, a German composer who based the tune off of a folk tune popular during the time of composition. This is the favorite hymn of King Frederick William III of Prussia who first heard...

The Screwtape Letters XXVII

Posted by C.S. Lewis on

XXVII My Dear Wormwood, You seem to be doing very little good at present. The use of his "love" to distract his mind from the Enemy is, of course, obvious, but you reveal what poor use you are making of it when you say that the whole question of distraction and the wandering mind has now...

The Screwtape Letters XXVI

Posted by C.S. Lewis on

XXVI My Dear Wormwood, Yes; courtship is the time for sowing those seeds which will grow up ten years later into domestic hatred. The enchantment of unsatisfied desire produces results which the humans can be made to mistake for the results of charity. Avail yourself of the ambiguity in the...

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