Table of Contents

  1. 1 - As the Deer
  2. 2 - Come, Christians, Join to Sing
  3. 3 - Come Thou Fount
  4. 4 - Crown Him with Many Crowns
  5. 5 - How Great Thou Art
  6. 6 - I Need Thee Every Hour
  7. 7 - Take My Life
  8. 8 - O How I Love Jesus
  9. 9 - Rock of Ages

1 - As the Deer



   As the Deer
   Words: Martin Nystrom, 1956-
   Tune: Martin Nystrom, 1956-
   Category: Thankfulness


C      Em            Am                    F             G      C  ->G

D      F#m           Bm                    G             A      D  ->A
As the deer pant-eth for the wa-ter, so my soul long-eth af-ter You.

C     Em          Am                     F       G        C

D     F#m         Bm                     G       A        D
You a-lone are my heart's de-sire, and I long to wor-ship You.

Am                F            C          F                 Dm      E

Bm                G            D          G                 Em      F#
You a-lone are my strength, my shield; To You a-lone may my spir-it yield.

C     Em          Am                     F       G        C

D     F#m         Bm                     G       A        D
You a-lone are my heart's de-sire, and I long to wor-ship You.









2 - Come, Christians, Join to Sing



   Come, Christians, Join to Sing
   Words: Christian H. Bateman, 1813-1889
   Tune: Benjamin Carr, 1769-1831
   Category: Praise and Adoration

   D      A     D      G         D          G      D A D
1. Come,  Chris-tians, join to   sing Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
2. Come,  lift  your   hearts on high Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
3. Praise yet   our    Christ a- gain Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!

   D    A      D   G          D            G      D A D
1. Loud praise to  Christ our King   Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
2. Let  prais- es  fill the   sky    Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
3. Life shall  not end the    strain Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!

   D   A    D    G     D   A       D   A    D     G      D  A
1. Let all  with heart and voice,  Be -fore His   throne re-joice;
2. He  is   our  Guide and Friend, To  us   He'll con   -de-scend;
3. On  heav-en's bliss-ful shore   His good-ness  we'll  a -dore,

   D      A    D     G         A       D     G      D A D
1. Praise is   His   gra-cious choice; Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
2. His    love shall nev-er    end:    Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!
3. Sing  -ing  for  -ev-er    -more,   Al-le-lu-ia! A - men!





3 - Come Thou Fount


   Come Thou Fount
   Words: Robert Robinson, 1735-1790
   Tune: John Wyeth 1770-1858
   Category: Praise and Adoration

  D                          A          D       G     D            A   D
1 Come, Thou Fount of ev-'ry bless-ing, Tune my heart to sing      Thy grace;
2 Here I reaise mine Eb-en  -e-zer      Hith-er by    Thy help     I'm come;
3 O to grace how great a     debt-or    Dai-ly  I'm   con-strained to  be!

  D                         A          D        G     D            A   D
1 Streams of mer-cy, nev-er ceas-ing,  Call for songs of loud     -est praise.
2 And I hope, by Thy good   pleas-ure, Safe-ly  to    ar-rive      at  home.
3 let Thy good-ness, like a fet-ter,   Bind my  wan  -d'ring heart to  Thee:

  D             A   G     D     G     D                    A   Em      A  D
1 Teach me some me -lo   -dious son  -net, Sung by flam   -ing tongues a -bove;
2 Je-sus sought me  when  a     stran-ger, Wan-d'ring from the fold    of God;
3 Prone to wan -der Lord, I     feel  it Prone to leave    the God     I  love;

  D                             A        D        G     D          A     D
1 Praise the mount I'm fixed up-on it    Mount of Thy   re-deem   -ing   love.
2 He to res-cue me from         dan-ger, In-ter  -posed His pre   -cious blood.
3 Here's my heart O take and    seal it, Seal it  for   Thy courts a    -bove.




4 - Crown Him with Many Crowns


   Crown Him with Many Crowns
   Words: Matthew Bridges 1800-1894
   Tune: George J. Elvey 1816-1893
   Category: Praise and Adoration

   D              Bm      G           D    G           D    A
1. Crown Him with man-y   crowns, The Lamb up-on       His  throne;
2. Crown Him the  Lord of love:   Be -hold His hands   and  side-
3. Crown Him the  Lord of life:   Who tri -umphed o'er the  grave,
4. Crown Him the  Lord of heav'n: One with the Fa     -ther known,

   A     D           Bm     A   E        A      D    A     D   E       A
1. Hark! how the     heav'n-ly  an-them  drowns all  mu   -sic but its own!
2. Rich  wounds, yet vis -i     -ble  a -bove,  In   beau -ty  glo-ri -fied.
3. Who   rose vic   -to  -rious to the   strife For  those He  came to save.
4. One   with the    Spir-it    thru Him giv'n  From His   e-  ter-nal throne.

   A   D                  G           E                A
1. A  -wake, my soul, and sing Of     Him Who died for thee,
2. No  an-gel in   the    sky Can     ful-ly bear that sight,
3. His glo-ries now we    sing, Who   died and rose on high,
4. To  Thee be end-less   praise, For Thou for us hast died

   A   D     A    G     D    G     A    D          G     D    A         D
1. And hail  Him  as    thy  match-less king Thru  all   e   -ter-ni   -ty.
2. But down- ward bends his  won-d'ring eye At     mys  -ter -ies so    bright.
3. Who died, e   -ter  -nal  life  to   bring, And lives that death may die.
4. Be  Thou, O    Lord, thru end-  less days A    -dored and  mag-ni   -fied.



5 - How Great Thou Art


   How Great Thou Art
   Words: Stuart K. Hine 1899-1989
   Tune: Swedish Folk Medley
   Category:  Praise and Adoration

   G                           G7    C
1. O Lord my God, when I       in    awe-seom won-der
2. When thru the woods and for-est   glades I wan-der
3. And when I think that God,  His   Son not spar-ing,
4. When Christ shall come with shout of ac-cla-ma-tion
   
   C        Cdim G          D/F#       D7         G
1. Con-sid -er   all the    worlds Thy hands have made,
2. And hear the  birds sing sweet-ly   in the     trees,
3. Sent Him to   die, I     scarce can take it    in,
4. And take me   Home, what joy shall  fill my    heart!

   G                          G7  C
1. I see the stars, I hear    the roll-ing thun-der,
2. When I look down from loft-y   moun-tains gran-deur,
3. That on the cross, my bur -den glad-ly bear-ing,
4. Then I shall bow in hum   -ble ad-o-ra-tion,

   C         Cdim    G         D/F# D7    G
1. Thy pow'r through-out the   u-ni-verse dis-played.
2. And hear  the     brook and feel the   gen-tle breeze.
3. He bled   and     died to   take a    -way my sin.
4. And there pro    -claim, my God, how   great Thou art!

Chorus

G                   D/F# C   D/C C       G
Then sings my soul, my   Sav-ior God, to Thee,

G         D/F# Am             D    G
How great thou art, how great thou art!

G                   D/F# C   D/C C       G
Then sings my soul, my Sav-ior God, to Thee,

G   D     G    Am             D    G
How great thou art, how great thou art!



6 - I Need Thee Every Hour



   I Need Thee Every Hour
   Words: Annie S. Hawks
   Tune: Robert Lowry

   D                 D7          G         D
1. I need Thee every hour, most  gracious  Lord;
2. I need Thee every hour, stay  Thou near-by;
3. I need Thee every hour, in    joy  or   pain;
4. I need Thee every hour; teach me Thy    will;
5. I need Thee every hour, most  Holy      One;

        A7                 D     Bm   A       E   A    
1. No   tender voice like  Thine can  peace   a  -fford.
2. Temp-tations lose their power when Thou    art nigh.
3. Come quickly and a  -   bide, or   life is in  vain.
4. And  Thy rich promi  -  ses   in   me      ful-fill.


Chorus

  D          Dsus4 D      A7
I need Thee, O     I need Thee;

                  D
Every hour I need Thee;

D7 G                D   Bm
O  bless me now, my Sav-ior,

A D    A  D
I come to Thee.

7 - Take My Life


   Take My Life and Let It Be
   Words: Frances Ridley Havergal
   Tune: Henry A. Cesar Malan
   Category: Commitment and Obedience

   D                 A     A7   D      Gm            G   D     A    D
1. Take my life and  let   it   be     Con-se-crat  -ed, Lord, to   thee;
2. Take my hands and let   them move   At the im -pulse  of    Thy  love;
3. Take my voice and let   me   sing   Al-ways, on  -ly, for   my   King;
4. Take my sil-ver   and   my   gold-  Not a mite would  I     with-hold;
5. Take my love- my  Lord, I    pour   At Thy feet  its  trea -sure store;
6. Take my will and  make  it   Thine- It shall be   no  long -er   mine;

   D       A         A7       D              G     D        G     D    A
1. Take my mo-ments  and my   days- Let them flow  in cease-less  prai-se,
2. Take my feet and  let them be Swift   and beau -ti-ful   for   Th - ee, 
3. Take my lips and  let them be Filled with mes  -sag-es   from  Th - ee,
4. Take my in-tel   -lect and use Ev  -  ery pow'r as Thou  shalt choo-se, 
5. Take my self- and I will   be Ev   -   er,on   -ly, all  for   Th - ee,
6. Take my heart-it  is Thine own, It  shall be    Thy roy -al    thro-ne,

   D      A     D      G   D     A     D
1. Let    them  flow   in  cease-less  praise.
2. Swift  and   beau  -ti -ful   for   Thee.
3. Filled with  mes   -sag-es    from  Thee.
4. Ev    -ery   pow'r  as  Thou  shalt choose.
5. Ev    -er,   on    -ly, all   for   Thee.
6. It     shall be     Thy roy  -al    throne.


8 - O How I Love Jesus


   O How I Love Jesus
   Words: Frederick Whitfield, 1829-1904
   Tune: Traditional American Melody
   Category: Praise and Adoration

   
   D           D>Dsus2 D     D5                  A       A>Asus4 A   D  A(2)>A7(2)  
1. There is a  name    I     love to hear, I     love to sing    its worth;
2. It tells me of      a     Sav-ior's love, Who died to set     me  free;
3. It tells of One     whose lov-ing heart Can   feel my deep   -est woe,

   D              D>Dsus2 D   D5                   A A6  A7(2) A6   A    D   
1. It sounds like mu     -sic in mine ear, The     sweet-est   name on   earth
2. It tells me    of      His pre-cious blood, The sin  -ner's per -fect plea.
3. Who in each    sor    -row bears a part That    none  can   bear be-  low

Chorus

D     Dsus2 D    D5      A     Asus4 A    D  A(2)>A7(2) 
O how I     love Je-sus, O how I     love Je-sus,

D     Dsus2 D    D5          A A6 A7(2) A6    A     D 
O how I     love Je-sus, Be-cause He    first loved me!


9 - Rock of Ages


   Rock of Ages
   Words: Augustus M. Toplady 1740-1778
   Tune: Thomas Hastings 1784-1872
   Category: Assurance

  A     A6  A         A(alt) D   A       E7sus4    E7                  A
1 Rock  of  A-ges,    cleft  for me,     Let    me hide my-self in     Thee
2 Not   the la-bors   of     my  hands   Can ful  -fill Thy law's de  -mands;
3 Noth -ing in my     hand   I   bring,  Sim-ply   to Thy cross I      cling
4 While I   draw this fleet -ing breath, When my   eyes shall close in death,

  Asus2 A    E                 A      Asus2 A     E                  A
1 let   the  wa-ter and the    blood, From  Thy   riv-en side which  flowed,
2 Could my   zeal no res      -pite   know, Could my tears for-ev-er flow,
3 Na   -ked, come to Thee for  dress; Help -less, look to Thee for   rest;
4 When  I    soar to worlds un-known, See   Thee  on Thy judg-ment   throne,

  A     A6  A         A(alt) D    A     E7sus4    E7                A
1 Be    of  sin the   dou   -ble  cure, Save from wrath and make me pure.
2 These for sin could not    a-   tone; Thou must save, and Thou a -lone.
3 Foul, I   to the    foun  -tain fly,  Wash me,  Sav-ior, or I     die!
4 Rock  of  A-ages,   cleft  for  me,   Let me    hide my-self in   Thee.