Soli Deo Gloria

Songs for Sunday Evening, March 28, 2021

Lord From Sorrows Deep I Call (Psalm 42)
Words & Music: Matt Papa and Matt Boswell (2018); CCLI # 11472200

Verse 1
Lord, from sorrows deep I call
When my hope is shaken;
Torn and ruined by the fall,
Hear my desperation.
For so long I’ve pled and prayed,
“God, come to my rescue!”
Even so, the thorn remains;
Still my heart will praise You.

Chorus
Oh, my soul, put your hope in God,
My help, my rock, I will praise Him.
Sing, oh sing, through the raging storm;
You’re still y God, my salvation.

Verse 2
Storms within my troubled soul,
Questions without answers;
On my faith these billows roll –
God be now my shelter.
Why are you cast down my soul?
Hope in Him who saves you.
When the fires have all grown cold,
Cause this heart to praise you.

Chorus
Oh, my soul, put your hope in God,
My help, my rock, I will praise Him.
Sing, oh sing, through the raging storm;
You’re still y God, my salvation.

Verse 3
Should my life be torn from me,
Every worldly pleasure;
When all I possess is grief,
God be then my treasure.
Be my vision in the night;
Be my hope and refuge.
‘Til my faith is turned to sight,
Lord my heart will praise you.

Chorus
Oh, my soul, put your hope in God,
My help, my rock, I will praise Him.
Sing, oh sing, through the raging storm;
You’re still y God, my salvation.

Not What My Hands Have Done
Words: Horatius Bonar (1861), alt.;
Music: George William Martin (1862), arr. Arthur S. Sullivan (1874); Public Domain

Brethren, We Have Met to Worship
Words: Attr. to George Atkins (19th century);
Music: Attr. to William Moore (1825); Public Domain

Man of Sorrows! What a Name
Words & Music: Philip P. Bliss (1875); Public Domain