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