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The Very Reverend James Francis Montgomery was an Anglican priest in the second half of the 19th century He studied for the bar before being ordained after a period of study at Durham University, and was a Curate at Puddletown before Edinburgh incumbencies.

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List of poems by James Montgomery 52 total

All ye nations, praise the Lord,
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Sow in the Morn Thy Seed
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There is a calm for those who weep - 2
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One prayer I have -- all prayers in one, --
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The bird that soars on highest wing
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The Sunflower
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Prayer Is the Soul's Sincere Desire
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There is a calm for those who weep,
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Hail to the Lord's Anointed
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To the Autumn
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The Recluse
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The Visible Creation
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When Jesus Left His Father's Throne
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How precious are thy thoughts of peace
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People of the Living God
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Almighty Spirit, Now Behold
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What Is Prayer?
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O Spirit of the Living God
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A Cry from South Africa
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Songs of Praise the Angels Sang
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Twilight
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The Daisy - On Finding one in Bloom on Christmas-day
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The Flash at Midnight
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The Field of the World
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To the Temple I Repair
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A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
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Night
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Father of light, and life, and love!
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Thank and Praise Jehovah's Name
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Pentecost
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Stand Up and Bless the Lord
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An Indian Mother About to Destroy Her Child
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The Bridal And The Burial
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The Lord Is My Shepherd
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The Scene Around me Disappears
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Lord, Teach Us How to Pray Aright
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Thee will I praise, O Lord, in light,
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The Valentine Wreath
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For ever with the Lord!
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Home
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A Sweet Landscape
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The Prisoner to a Robin Who Came to His Window
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Instruction
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The Pelican Island
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Servants of God, in Joyful Lays
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The Laurustinus
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In the Hour of Trial
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Inscription under the Picture of an Aged Negro-woman
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Morning Thoughts
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Angels From the Realms of Glory
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Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass;
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O God! Thou art my God alone;
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