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Poems of Praise to God

      Poems of praise and worship to God. I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with all my heart: and I will glorify thy name for evermore. Psalm 86:12

Witnesses for God - Upon the plain of Dura stood an image great and high, With golden forehead broad and bright beneath .....read more
The Gracious Provider - "They need not go away!" the Master said, "Give ye to them." Ah, Lord, behold our stor .....read more
No Other Name - "For there is none other name under heaven, given among men, whereby we must be saved." Jesus .....read more
Hail Risen Lord - Hail, risen Lord, upon whose brow The crown of victory resteth now, Unfading as the sun! Hail, vanqu .....read more
A Parting Hymn - Father in Heaven, to thee, Guardian and friend, Lowly the suppliant knee Here would we bend!-- Bless .....read more
The Eye That Never Sleeps - When the heavy, midnight shadows Gather o'er a slumbering world, And the banner folds of darkness Ar .....read more
The One Refuge - I. Storms gather o'er thy path, Christian!--the sullen, tempest-darkened sky Grows lurid with .....read more
Jesus The Souls Rest - "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." I gave myse .....read more
The Beautiful Artist - There's a beautiful Artist abroad in the world, And her pencil is dipped in heaven,-- The gorgeous h .....read more
Blessings of God - "For thou, Lord, wilt bless the righteous; with favour wilt thou compass him as with a shield."read more
Fount Of Bliss - "Yea I have loved thee with an everlasting love." Love of God!--amazing love! Height, above a .....read more
Come Unto Me - Weary soul, by care oppressed, Wouldst thou find a place of rest? Listen, Jesus calls to thee, Come, .....read more
I Will Not Let Thee Go - Nay, I will not let thee go, Though the midnight glideth slow,-- Though the darkness deep and long .....read more
Love - God so loved me that He gave Jesus for my sins to die; Jesus loved me in the grave, Jesus loves me s .....read more
An Evening Hymn - "I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep; for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety" .....read more
No Solitude - "Whither shall I go from thy Spirit?" I stood where ocean lashed the sounding shore With his .....read more
Under The Rod - "Be Still, and know that I am God!" Be silent, Soul!--though dark thy path and dreary, And wi .....read more
Sanzas - "Whom have I in heaven but thee?" 'Twere nought to me, yon glorious arch of night, Decked wit .....read more
I Laid Me Down And Slept - Dark was the midnight hour, And wild with storm. Nor moon nor pitying star Gleamed through the in .....read more
Bright Thoughts For A Dark Day - Will the shadows be lifted to-morrow?-- Will the sunshine come ever again?-- Will the clouds, that a .....read more
The Names Of Jesus - I SING the NAMES of JESUS!--matchless names! Highest and holiest Earth or Heaven claims! By which a .....read more
On The Eternity Of The Supreme Being - Hail, wond'rous Being, who in pow'r supreme Exists from everlasting, whose great name Deep in the hu .....read more
Answered - Ye realms of beauty from afar, What speak ye to the saddened soul? What is the message of each star .....read more
Awake! - All my ways are before thee. -Psalm 119:168. Awake, O soul, awake! Enter thy cell of thought, .....read more
Creation - The impulse of all love is to create. God was so full of love, in his embrace He clasped the empty n .....read more
Our King - O Saviour, precious Saviour, Whom yet unseen we love, O Name of might and favour, All other names a .....read more
Christian And Jew - A Dialogue - "O happy happy land! Angels like rushes stand About the wells of light."-- "Alas, I have not eyes fo .....read more
Consider The Lilies Of The Field - Flowers preach to us if we will hear:-- The rose saith in the dewy morn, I am most fair; Yet all my .....read more
Twice - I took my heart in my hand (O my love, O my love), I said: Let me fall or stand, Let me live or die, .....read more
Martyrs' Song - We meet in joy, though we part in sorrow; We part to-night, but we meet to-morrow. Be it flood or bl .....read more
After This The Judgment - As eager home-bound traveller to the goal, Or steadfast seeker on an unsearched main, Or martyr pant .....read more
The Lowest Place - Give me the lowest place: not that I dare Ask for that lowest place, but Thou hast died That I might .....read more
A Processional Of Creation - "All Thy Works Praise Thee, O Lord." All. I, All-Creation, sing my song of praise To God Who .....read more
Exultate Deo - Many a flower hath perfume for its dower, And many a bird a song, And harmless lambs milkwhite besid .....read more
He Hath Put All Things Under His Feet - O North, with all thy vales of green! O South, with all thy palms! From peopled towns and fields bet .....read more
From The French Of Lamartine - I. "Encore un hymne, O ma lyre Un hymn pour le Seigneur, Un hymne dans mon delire, Un hymne da .....read more
The Familist's Hymn - The Puritans of New England, even in their wilderness home, were not exempted from the sectarian .....read more
The Reward - Who, looking backward from his manhood's prime, Sees not the spectre of his misspent time? And, thro .....read more
The Shadow And The Light - "And I sought, whence is Evil: I set before the eye of my spirit the whole creation; whatsoever w .....read more
Overruled - The threads our hands in blindness spin No self-determined plan weaves in; The shuttle of the unseen .....read more
The Book - Gallery of sacred pictures manifold, A minster rich in holy effigies, And bearing on entablature and .....read more
Thou Art, O God - Thou art, O God, the life and light Of all this wondrous world we see; Its glow by day, its smile by .....read more
The Turf Shall Be My Fragrant Shrine - The turf shall be my fragrant shrine; My temple, LORD! that Arch of thine; My censer's breath the mo .....read more

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