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C o mp o s e r / A r r a n g e r i n i t a l i c s

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3 P e n n e y , B .

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2 L u t h e r &Ma s s i e E s s p r i c h t d e r f r o m Wa l t e r ' s G e i s t l i c h e U n w e i s e nMu n d G e s a n g b c h l e i n , 1 5 2 4 &P r a e t o r i u s 3 B e n n a r d , G . T h e O l d R u g g e d B e n n a r d , G . C r o s s 1 Mo r i s o n , J . L o b t G o t t , i h r H e r m a n n , N . C h r i s t e n A l l z u g l e i c h

T h e S o l i d R o c k s e e My H o p e I s B u i l t T h e S o n g o f S i m e o n : N u n c D i m i t i s s e e I n P e a c e a n d J o y I N o wD e p a r t T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s 6 7 E P I P H A N Y 2 S e d u l i u s &N e a l e Wo G o t t Z u mH a u sf r o mK l u g ' s G e i s t l i c h e t h e K i n g i s H e r e L i e d e r , Wi t t e n b e r g , 1 5 3 3 T h e S t r i f e I s O ' e r , 9 4 E A S T E R 2 f r o mS y m p h o n i a V i c t o r y P a l e s t r i n a &Mo n k T h e B a t t l e D o n e S i r e n u m S e l e c t a r u m& P o t t T h e r e ' s a G r e a t D a y 1 8 3 E N DT I ME S 1 T h o m p s o n , W. T h e r e s a G r e a t D a yT h o m p s o n , W. C o m i n g C o m i n g T h e r e ' s a Wi d e n e s s i nG o d ' s Me r c y s e e S o u l s o f Me n ! Wh y Wi l l Y e S c a t t e r T h e s e A r e t h e H o l y T e n C o m m a n d s s e e T h a t Me n a g o d l y L i f e Mi g h t L i v e T h e s e T h i n g s t h e S e e r I s a i a hd i d B e f a l l s e e I s a i a h , Mi g h t y S e e r , I n D a y s o f O l d T h i n e A r m , OL o r d , 2 4 9 T R U S T 2 P l u m p t r e , E . K i n g s f o l d E n g l i s h&Wi l l i a m s i n D a y s o f O l d T h o u Wh o A r t T h r e e i n U n i t y s e e OT r i n i t y o f B l e s s e d L i g h t T h o u , Wh o a t T h y 1 3 3 L O R D ' S S U P P E R 1 T u r t o n , W. U n d e E t Me m o r e s Mo n k , W. F i r s t E u c h a r i s t T h o u g h i n t h e Mi d s t 2 5 0 F U N E R A L 3 Me d i e v a l &L u t h e r Mi t t e nw i r i mL e b e n Me d i e v a l &L u t h e r o f L i f e We B e S i n d T h r o u g h t h e N i g h t o f1 9 4 C O MMU N I O NO F 4 I n g e m a n n& R e x G l o r i a e S m a r t , H . D o u b t a n d S o r r o w S A I N T S G o u l d T i s G o o d , L o r d , T o B e7 1 T R A N S F I G U R A T I 2 R o b i n s o n , J . P o t s d a m B a c h &G o s s H e r e O N ' T i s Mi d n i g h t a n d O n 8 0 G O O D 3 T a p p a n , W. S t . C r o s s D y k e s , J . O l i v e ' s B r o w T H U R S D A Y T o G o d t h e H o l y S p i r i t L e t U s P r a y s e e We N o wI m p l o r e G o d t h e H o l y G h o s t T o J o r d a n C a m e O u r 6 8 E P I P H A N Y 3 L u t h e r &Ma s s i e C h r i s t , U n s e r H e r r Wa l t h e r , J . L o r d , T h e C h r i s t T o S h e p h e r d s A s 6 0 C H R I S T MA S 2 L u t h e r &Ma s s i e V o mH i m m e l H o c hf r o mS c h u m a n n ' s T h e y Wa t c h e d B y G e i s t l i c h e L i e d e r , N i g h t L e i p z i g , 1 5 3 9 T o U s S a l v a t i o n N o wI s C o m e s e e S a l v a t i o nU n t o U s H a s C o m e T o d a y T h y Me r c y 1 6 6 J U S T I F I C A T I O N 2 A l l e n , O . A n t h e s A n t h e s , F . C a l l s Me T o d a y Y o u r Me r c y C a l l s U s s e e T o d a y T h y Me r c y C a l l s Me ' T w a s O n T h a t D a r k , 8 1 G O O D 3 Wa t t s , I . S t . C r o s s D y k e s , J . T h a t D o l e f u l N i g h t T H U R S D A Y U n d e r H i s Wi n g s 2 5 1 T R U S T 1 C u s h i n g , W. U n d e r H i s Wi n g s S a n k e y , I . Wa k e , A w a k e , f o r 1 8 4 E N DT I ME S 3 N i c o l a i & Wa c h e t A u f N i c o l a i , P . N i g h t I s F l y i n g Wi n k w o r t h

T i t l e

N o . S e c t i o n

C o mp lA u t h o r / T r a n s l a t o rT u n e e x i t y i ni t a l i c s

C o mp o s e r / A r r a n g e r i n i t a l i c s

We A l l B e l i e v e i n O n e T r u e G o d

5 Me d i e v a l &L u t h e r Wi r G l a u b e n a l l a n Me d i e v a l &L u t h e r E i n e n G o t t , S c h o e p f e r o r A p o s t o l i c C r e e d We G a t h e r T o g e t h e r 2 0 O P E N I N GS O N G S 2 u n k n o w n&B a k e rK r e m s e r D u t c h &K r e m s e r We G i v e T h e e B u t 2 6 0 S T E WA R D S H I P 2 H o w , W. E n e r g y Mo n k , W. T h i n e O w n We N o wI m p l o r e 2 1 9 P R A Y E R 2 G e r m a n&L u t h e rN u n B i t t e n w i r d e nG e r m a n G o d t h e H o l y G h o s t H e i l i g e n G e i s t We P r a i s e Y o u , J e s u s a t Y o u r B i r t h s e e A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e We r e G o d N o t Wi t h U s A t T h i s T i m e s e e I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n O u r S i d e Wh a t AF r i e n d We 2 2 0 P R A Y E R 1 S c r i v e n , J . u n t i t l e d C o n v e r s e , C . H a v e I n J e s u s Wh a t C h i l d I s T h i s ? 6 1 C H R I S T MA S 2 D i x , W. G r e e n s l e e v e s E n g l i s h Wh e n C h r i s t ' s A p p e a r i n g Wa s Ma d e K n o w n s e e T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s t h e K i n g i s H e r e Wh e n I S u r v e y t h e 7 6 L E N T 2 Wa t t s , I . R o c k i n g h a mO l d Mi l l e r , E . Wo n d r o u s C r o s s Wh e n P e a c e L i k e a R i v e r s e e I t I s We l l Wi t h My S o u l Wh e n T h e R o l l I s 1 9 5 C O MMU N I O NO F 3 B l a c k , J . Wh e n T h e R o l l I s B l a c k &G a b r i e l C a l l e d U p Y o n d e r S A I N T S C a l l e d U p Y o n d e r Wh e r e H e L e a d s Me 2 1 5 N E W 2 B l a n d y , E . B l a n d y o r N o r r i s N o r r i s &B l i s s O B E D I E N C E Wh i l e O ' e r O u r 1 2 6 C O N F E S S I O N/ 1 D a v i e s &D u m o n tF e d e r a l S t r e e t O l i v e r , H . G u i l t y L a n d , OL o r d A B S O L U T I O N Wh i t e r T h a n S n o w 2 0 9 C O N S E C R A T I O N 2 N i c h o l s o n , J . Wh i t e r T h a n S n o w F i s c h e r , W. Wh y H e r o d U n r e l e n t i n g F o e s e e T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s t h e K i n g i s H e r e Wh y I m p i o u s H e r o d , S h o u l d s t T h o u F e a r s e e T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s t h e K i n g i s H e r e Wi l t T h o u , OMa n , 1 4 0 WO R DO F G O D 3 L u t h e r &Ma s s i e Me n s c h , Wi l l t d u L u t h e r &S c h e i n L i v e H a p p i l y L e b e n S e l i g i c h Wo u l d t h a t t h e L o r d Wo u l d G r a n t U s G r a c e s e e Ma y G o d B e s t o wo n U s H i s G r a c e Y o u P a r e n t s H e a r 2 6 5 C H R I S T I A N 1 H e l m b o l d & H e r r J e s u C h r i s t , f r o mC a n t i o n a l e Wh a t J e s u s T a u g h t H O ME C z a m a n s k e D i c t Z u U n s We n d G e r m a n i c u m , D r e s d e n , 1 6 2 8 Y o u P e o p l e Wh o 1 2 0 B A P T I S MA L L I F E 2 G e r h a r d t & E s i s t G e w i s s l i c h a nf r o mK l u g ' s G e i s t l i c h e N o wA r e B a p t i z e d D u m o n t d e r Z e i t L i e d e r , Wi t t e n b e r g , 1 5 3 3 &P r a e t o r i u s Y o u r H a n d , OL o r d , i n D a y s o f O l d s e e T h i n e A r m , OL o r d , i n D a y s o f O l d

1 0 8

T R I N I T Y

P i e c e s F o r C h o i r o r P r e l u d e / P o s t l u d e Mu s i c :
T i t l e N o . S e c t i o n
C o mp lA u t h o r / T r a n s l a t o r e x i t y i ni t a l i c s

T u n e

C o mp o s e r / A r r a n g e r i n i t a l i c s

C a n o n i n D J e s u s , J o y o f Ma n ' s D e s i r i n g L o r d G o d , T h y P r a i s e We S i n g My S o n g S h a l l B e O f J e s u s

2 7 5 I N S T R U ME N T A L 2 7 6 C H O R A L 2 7 7 2 7 8 C H O R A L C H O R A L

5 n o n e K a n o n( f o r p i a n o ) P a c h e l b e l &D u m o n t 4 J a n u s &B r i d g e s J e s u s b l e i b e t m e i n eS c h o p &B a c h F r e u d e 4 L u t h e r &Ma s s i e H e r r G o t t , d i c h L a t i n &L u t h e r l o b e n w i r 5 C r o s b y & S o n d a n c e P a x t o n , K . C l a r k s o n

18

Blessed Jesus at Thy Word

OPENING SONGS

Words: verses 13, Tobias Clausnitzer, 1663. verse 4, unknown author. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858. Music: Liebster Jesu wir Sind Hier Johann Rudolph Ahle, 1664. Setting: Fridrich Layriz, 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Bles 2. All 3. Glor 4. Fa sed Je sus, our know ledge, ious Lord, Thy ther, Son, and at sense, self Ho Thy and im ly Word sight part! Ghost, We Lie Light Praise are ga thered in deep est of light, from to Thee and all dark God a to hear ness shroud pro ceed do ra Thee; ed, ing, tion!

4 4

Let Til O Grant

our hearts and Thy Spir it pen Thou our that we Thy

souls breaks ears Word

be our and may

stirred night heart; trust

Now With Help And

to seek and the beams of us by Thy ob tain true

love truth Spir con

and fear un cloud its plead so la

Thee, ed; ing; tion,

By Thou Hear While

Thy a the we

teach lone cry here

ings to Thy be

sweet God peo low

and canst ple must

ho win rais wan

ly, us; es; der,

Drawn Thou Hear Till

from must and we

earth work bless sing

to all our Thy

love good prayers prais

Thee with and es

sole in prais yon

ly. us. es. der.

Jn 6:6768, 8:3132, Heb 4:12, Jn 1:15, 8:12, 1Cor 2:14

787888

OPENING SONGS

Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty

19

Words: Benjamin Schmolck, 1730. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863. Music: Unser Herrscher or Neander Joachim Neander, 1680. Setting: "Chorale Book for England", 1863. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Op en now thy 2. Lord, my God, I 3. Here Thy praise is 4. Thou my faith in 5. Speak, O God, and gates come glad crease I of be ly and will beau fore chant quick hear ty, Thee, ed, en, Thee, Zi Come Here Let Let on, Thou Thy me Thy let me al so seed is keep Thy will be en ter un to du ly gift di done in there, me; sown; vine, deed;

4 4

Where my soul in Where we find Thee Let my soul, where How so eer temp dist May I un

joy ful and a it is ta tions urbed draw

du ty dore Thee, plant ed, thick en; near Thee

Waits There Bring May While

for a forth Thy Thou

Him heavn pre Word dost

Who on cious still Thy

an earth sheaves oer peo

swers must a me ple

prayer. be. lone, shine feed.

Oh, To So As Here

how my that my of

bless heart, all guid life

d oh, I ing the

is this ter en hear may star through foun tain

place, Thou, be life, flows,

Filled Let Fruit As Here

with it ful my is

so be un com balm

lace, Thy to fort for

light tem life in all

and ple in my our

grace! now! me. strife. woes.

Ps 100:15, Ps 118:1926, Is 26:14, 1Cor 3:1617

878777

20

We Gather Together

OPENING SONGS

Words: Anonymous circa 1597. Translated Theodore Baker, 1894. Music: Kremser Traditional Dutch circa 1597. Setting: Eduard Kremser, 1877. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. We 2. Be 3. We ga side all ther us do to to ex ge guide tol ther us, Thee, to our Thou ask God Lea the Lords with us der tri bless join um ing; ing, phant,

3 4

He Or And

cha dain pray

stens and ing, main that Thou

ha tain still

stens His ing His our De

will king fen

to make dom di der will

known. vine; be.

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wi from Thy

cked op the be con gre

pres gin ga

sing ning tion

now the es

cease fight cape

from dis we were trib u

tres win la

sing. ning; tion;

Sing Thou, Thy

prai Lord, Name

ses to His were at our be ev er

Name; side, praised!

He for all O

gets glo Lord,

not ry make

His be us

own. Thine! free!

Jn 11:52, Jer 10:2324, Jer 30:11, Zech 10:89, Zeph 3:1420

66656665

CLOSING SONGS

In Peace and Joy I Now Depart


(also known as The Song of Simeon: Nunc Dimitis)

21

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1884, alt. Music: Mit Fried und Freud ich Far Dahin from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1610. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. In 2. Tis 3. Him 4. He peace Christ Thou is and that hast the joy wrought un Hope I now de this work for to all set and sa ving part me, forth Light At My Their Of Gods faith great lands dis pos ful Sa Sal va be night ing; vior, tion ed;

4 4

For full Whom Thou And to By Him

of hast His are

com made king they

fort is mine eyes dom called who dwelt

my to the in

heart, see earth, night

Soft By Ev Fed

re Thy ery and

pos fa na light

ing. vor. tion, ed.

So Now By He

the Lord I know Thy dear is Is

hath pro He is and whole raels Praise

mised my some and

me, And death Life, My Help Word, In ev Bliss, Their Joy,

is in ery Re

but need place ward,

a slum and dy re sound and Glor

ber. ing. ing. y.

Lk 2:2932, Gen 49:18, Is 42:67, Is 49:6

858477

22

Lord, Dismiss Us With Thy Blessing

CLOSING SONGS

Words: John Fawcett, 1773; verse 3 alt. by Godfrey Thring, 1880. Music: Regent Square Henry Smart, 1867. Setting: "Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship", 1867. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Lord, dis 2. Thanks we 3. So that miss us with give and a when Thy love Thy dor shall bless ing; a tion call us, Fill our For Thy Sa vior, hearts with joy and Gos pels joy ful from the world a peace; sound; way,

4 4

Let May Fear

us the of

each Thy fruits of death shall

love Thy not

pos sal ap

ses va pall

sing, Tri umph tion In our us, Glad Thy

in re hearts and sum mons

deem lives to

ing a o

grace. bound. bey.

O Ev May

re er we

fresh us, faith ful, ev er,

O ev may

re er we

fresh us, Trav ling faith ful, To the ev er, Reign with

through this truth may Thee in

wil we end

der be less

ness. found. day.

Num 6:2227, 1Cor 15:5457, Heb 9:15, Is 63:9

878787

ADVENT

Come, Thou LongExpected Jesus


(also known as Hail, Thou LongExpected Jesus)

23

Words: Charles Wesley, 1745. Music and Setting: Jefferson from "Southern Harmony", 1835, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

2 4
1. Come, Thou 2. Born Thy long ex peo ple pect ed to de Je li sus ver, Born Born to a set Thy child and peo ple yet a free; King,

2 4

From our Born to

fears and reign in

sins re us for

lease ev

us, er,

Let Now

us Thy

find our grac ious

rest in king dom

Thee. bring.

Is raels By Thine

Strength and own e

Con ter

sol nal

a tion, Spi rit

Hope of Rule in

all all

the our

earth Thou hearts a

art; lone;

Dear De By Thine

sire of all suf

ev ery fi cient

na tion, mer it,

Joy Raise

of us

ev to

ery Thy

long ing glor ious

heart. throne.

Is 9:6, Lk 1:6775, Is 61:12, 2Pt 1:34

87878787

24

Comfort, Comfort Ye My People

ADVENT

Words: Johann Olearius (Oelschlaeger), 1671. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1862. Music: Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele from Trente Quatre Pseaumes de David, Geneva, 1551. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 160

6 4
1. Com fort, com 2. For the her 3. Yea, her sins 4. Make ye straight fort alds our what ye voice God long My is will was peo ple, cry ing par don, crook ed, Speak ye peace, thus In the des ert Blot ting out each Make the rough er saith far dark pla our and mis ces God; near, deed; plain:

6 4

Com Bid All Let

fort those ding all that well your hearts

who men de be

sit to served true

in dark re pent His an and hum

ness, ance, ger ble,

Mourn ing neath their Since the king dom He will no more As be fits His

sor now see ho

rows is nor ly

load; here. heed. reign,

Speak O She For

ye to that warn has suff the glo

Je ing ered ry

ru cry many of

sa o a the

lem bey! day, Lord

Of Now Now Oer

the pre her the

peace pare griefs earth

that for have is

waits God passed shed

for a a a

them; way! way, broad,

Tell Let God And

her that her leys the val will change her all flesh shall

sins I co rise to meet pi ning sad see the to

ver, Him, ness ken

And And In That

her war the hills to ev His Word

fare bow er is

now down spring ne

is o to greet ing glad ver bro

ver. Him. ness. ken.

Is 40:18

87877788

ADVENT

Gabriels Message
(also known as The Angel Gabriel From Heaven Came)

25

Words: Traditional Basque Carol; Paraphrased by Sabine Baring Gould, (18341924). Music: Gabriels Message Traditional Basque Carol. Setting: Edgar Pettman, 1922. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 200

3 4
1. The 2. "For 3. Then 4. Of an know gen her, gel a tle Em Ga bless Ma man bri ed ry u el Mo meek el, from ther ly the hea thou bowed Christ ven shalt her was came, be, head, born

3 4

his all "To in

wings gen me Beth

as er be le

drift a as hem,

ed tions it all

snow, laud pleas on

his and eth a

eyes ho God," Christ

as nor she mas

flame; thee, said, morn,

"All thy "my and

hail," Son soul Christ

said shall shall ian

he, be laud folk

"thou Em and through

low ma mag out

ly nu ni the

mai el, fy world

den, by His will

Ma seers ho ev

fore ly er

ry, told, Name." say

most

high

ly

fa

vored

la

dy,"

Glo

ri

a!

Lk 1:2638, 1:4248

10 10 12 7 3

26

Hark the Glad Sound

ADVENT

Words: Philip Doddridge, 1735. Music: Chesterfield or Richmond (Haweis) or Spa Fields Chapel Thomas Haweis, 1792. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 130

3 4
1. Hark, 2. On 3. He 4. He 5. He the Him comes comes comes glad the the from the sound! Spi pris thick bro the rit, ners est ken Sa large to films heart vior ly re of to comes! poured, lease, vice bind, The Ex In To The Sa erts Sa clear bleed vior its tans the ing pro sac bon men soul mised red dage tal to long; Fire; held; ray, cure;

3 4

Let Wis The And And

ev dom gates on with

ery and of the the

heart might, brass eye trea

pre and be balls sures

pare zeal fore of of

a and Him the His

throne, love, burst, blind grace

And His The To Ten

ev ho ir pour rich

ery ly on ce the

voice a Breast in fet ters les tial hum ble

song. spire. yield. day. poor.

6. His silver trumpets publish loud The jublee of the Lord Our debts are all remitted now Our heritage restored.

7. Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace, Thy welcome shall proclaim; And Heavns eternal arches ring With Thy belovd name.

Lk 4:1819, Is 61:12, Rev 5:1112, Ps 107:1314, Acts 16:2534, Lv 25:910

8686

ADVENT

Jesus Came, the Heavens Adoring

27

Words: Godfrey Thring, 1864. Music: Sieh, hier bin ich, Ehrenkoenig from Geistreiches Gesangbuch Darmstadt, Germany, 1698. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Je 2. Je 3. Je 4. Je 5. Je sus sus sus sus sus came, comes comes comes comes the a to in on heavns gain hearts joy clouds a in re and tri dor ing, mer cy, joic ing, sor row, um phant, Came When Bring Shares When with our ing a the peace hearts news like heavns from are of our shall realms bowed sins hopes pass on with for and a high; care; givn; fears; way;

4 4

Je Je Je Je Je

sus sus sus sus sus

came for comes a comes in comes, what comes a

mans gain sounds eer gain

re in of be in

demp an glad falls glo

tion, swer ness, us, ry;

Low To Lead Glads Let

ly came on an ear nest, ing souls re our hearts, and us then our

earth heart deemed dries hom

to die. felt prayer; to Heavn; our tears; age pay,

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

Came Comes Now Cheer Till

in to the ing the

deep hu save us gate of een our dawn of

mil i ty. from des pair. death is rivn. fail ing years. end less day.

Mk 13:26, Zech 9:9, Lk 2:14, Jn 14:18, Mt 25:3134

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Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending

ADVENT

Words: John Cennick, 1752. Altered by Charles Wesley, 1758, alt. Music: Helmsley attr. Thomas Olivers, 1765. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 150

4 4
1. Lo! He 2. Ev ry ry 3. Ev 4. Now re 5. An swer comes eye is demp Thine with shall land, tion, own clouds now sea, long bride de be and ex and scend hold moun pect Spi ing, Him tain, ed, rit, Once Robed Heavn See Has for in and in ten, ev dread earth, sol Lord, ry ful shall emn the

4 4

sin ma flee pomp gen

ner jest a ap ral

slain; y; way; pear; doom!

Thou Those All All The

sand who who His new

thou sand set at hate Him saints, by Heavn and

saints naught must, man earth

at and con re in

tend sold found ject her

ing, Him, ed, ed, it,

Swell Pierced Hear Now Take

the and the shall Thy

tri nailed trump meet pin

umph Him pro Him ing

of to claim in ex

His the the the iles

train: tree, day: air: home:

Hal Deep Come Hal All

le ly to le cre

lu wail judg lu a

jah! ing, ment! jah! tion,

Hal deep Come Hal all

le ly to le cre

lu wail judg lu a

jah! ing, ment! jah! tion,

Hal deep Come Hal all

le ly to le cre

lu wail judg lu a

jah! ing, ment! jah! tion,

God ap Shall the Come to See the Tra vails!

pears on true Mes judg ment! day of groans! and

earth si Come God bids

to ah a ap Thee

reign. see. way! pear! come!

6.The dear tokens of His passion Still His dazzling body bears; Cause of endless exultation To His ransomed worshippers; With what rapture, with what rapture, with what rapture Gaze we on those glorious scars!

7.Yea, Amen! let all adore Thee, High on Thine eternal throne; Savior, take the power and glory, Claim the kingdom for Thine own; O come quickly! O come quickly! O come quickly! Everlasting God, come down!

Rev 1:7, Jn 20:2431, Rev 7:912, Acts 1:11, 1Thess 4:1318, Rev 22:20

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Magnificat

29

Words: Brian L. Penney, 2009. Music: Uffingham Jeremiah Clarke, 1701. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: Words: Copyright 2009, Brian L. Penney. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

3 4
1. My 2. Be 3. The 4. The 5. The soul hold, Lord hun Lord shall I has gry helps mag am shown with His ni for His good be fy ev might things lov the er y are ed Lord, blessed, arm, filled, ones, And For Those They In with my God has proud in see Gods mer cy

3 4

spir done heart kind He

it great He ness His

I things shall ev cov

re for put ry nant

joice; me; down; day; keeps;

My Sav ior His mer cy The haught y But on the Just as He

has rests from rich pro

re on their no mised

gard those thrones bless long

for who re ing a

me, fear, moved, rests, go,

He Who The With to

hears hon low emp A

His or ly ty bra

low His have hands ham,

ly Name Gods theyre and

ser most bless sent to

vants ho ing a his

voice. ly. found. way. Seed.

Lk 1:4655

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O Come O Come Emmanuel

ADVENT

Words: various, combined by unknown author approx 12th Century, Translated by John Mason Neale, 1851. Music: Veni Emmanuel 15th Century French processional. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. O 2. O 3. O 4. O 5. O come, come, come, come, come, O Thou Thou Thou Thou come, Em Wis dom Rod of Day spring, Key of man from Jes come Da u on se, and vid, el, high, free cheer come, And Who Thine Our And ran or own spi o som derest from rits pen cap all Sa by wide tive things tans Thine our Is ra might i ty ran ad vent hea vnly el, ly; ny; here; home;

4 4

That To From Dis Make

mourns us depths perse safe

in the of the the

lone ly path of hell Thy gloom y way that

e know peo clouds leads

xile ledge ple of on

here show, save, night, high,

Un And And And And

til teach give deaths close

the us them dark the

Son of in her vic try sha dows path to

God ways ovr put mi

ap to the to ser

pear. go. grave. flight. y.

Re

joice!

Re

joice!

Em

man

el

shall

come to thee, O

sra

el.

Is 7:14, 11:1, Rev 22:20

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On Jordans Bank the Baptists Cry

31

Words: Charles Coffin, 1736. st. 13 translated by John Chandler, 1837; st 45 translator unknown. Music: Puer Nobis Nascitur Michael Praetorius, 1609. Setting: George Ratcliffe Woodward for "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. On 2. Then 3. For 4. Stretch 5. To Jor dans cleansed be Thou art forth Thine Him Who bank ev our hand, left the ery Sal to the Bap breast va heal throne tists from tion, our of cry An sin; Make Lord, Our sore, And Heavn To noun straight Ref make save ces the uge, us man

3 4

that way and rise kind,

the for our and all

Lord God great fall praise

is with Re no be

nigh; in; ward. more; givn;

Come, Pre With Once Like

then, pare out more praise

and we Thy up be

hear in grace on to

ken, our our Thy the

for hearts souls peo Fa

he a must ple ther

brings home, fade shine, done,

Glad Where And And And

ti such wi fill Ho

dings a ther the ly

from might like world Spi

the y a with rit,

King Guest flowr love Three

of may de di in

kings! come. cayed. vine. One.

Jn 1:23, Mt 3:112

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O Lord, How Shall I Meet Thee

ADVENT

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653. translator unknown. Music: Wie Soll ich Dich Empfange Johann Crger, 1653. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. O 2. Thy 3. What 4. I 5. Love Lord, how shall I Zi on palms is hast Thou left un lay in fet ters caused Thine in car meet strew grant groan na Thee, ing, ed ing, tion How And To Thou Love wel come Thee a branch es fresh and give me glad re comst to set me brought Thee down to right? fair; lief? free; me;

4 4

All My When I Thy

na tions long to heart, its powrs re soul and bo dy stood, my shame be thirst for my sal

see new pant moan va

Thee, My ing, An ed In ing, Thou tion Pro

Hope, an ut comst cured

my hearts De them shall pre most depth of to hon or my lib er

light! pare. grief, me. ty.

O My In A O

kin soul deep glor love

dle, puts est y be

Lord, most off her de gra Thou dost yond all

ho sad da give tell

ly, ness tion, me, ing,

Thy Thy De A That

lamp with glor ies void of trea sure led Thee

in to joy safe to

my pro and on em

breast, claim; peace, high, brace,

To With Then, That In

do all Thou, will love

in spir it her strength and my souls Sal not fail nor all love ex

low glad va leave cel

ly All ness She tion, Didst me As ling, Our

that may fain would come to earth ly lost and

please serve bring rich fal

Thee Thy re es len

best. Name. lease. fly. race!

Mt 21:19, Ps 42:12

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6.Rejoice, then, ye sadhearted, Who sit in deepest gloom, Who mourn oer joys departed, And tremble at your doom: Despair not, He is near you, Yea, standing at the door; He brings His pity near you, And bids you weep no more. 7.No care nor effort either Is needed day or night, How ye may draw Him hither In your own strength and might. He comes, He comes with gladness, Moved by His love alone, To calm your fear and sadness, To Him they well are known. 8.Sins debt, that fearful burden, Let not your souls distress; Your guilt the Lord will pardon and cover with His grace. He comes, He comes procuring The peace of sin forgivn, To all Gods sons securing Their part and lot in heavn. 9.Why should the wicked move you? Heed not their craft and spite! Your Savior who doth love you, Will scatter all their might. He comes, a King most glorious, and all His earthly foes In vain His course victorious Endeavor to oppose. 10.He comes to judge the nations, A terror to His foes, A light of consolations And blessed hope to those Who love the Lords appearing. O glorious Sun, now come, Send forth Thy beams so cheering, And guide is safely home!

32(2)

Mt 21:19, Ps 42:12

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Savior Of The Nations Come

ADVENT

Words: Ambrose of Milan, c. 397. Translated to German by Martin Luther, 1524. Translated from German to English by William M. Reynolds, 1851. Music: Nun Komm, Der Heiden Heiland from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Sa 2. Not 3. Won 4. From 5. Thou, vior of the by hu man drous birth! O the Fa ther the Fa thers na flesh won forth on tions, and drous He ly come; blood; Child came Son, Vir gins Son, By the Spi Of the vir And re turn Hast oer sin here rit gin eth the make of un to vic Thy our de the try home! God filed! same, won.

4 4

Mar Was Though Cap Bound

vel the by tive less

now, Word all lead shall

O of the ing Thy

heavn God world death king

and made dis and dom

earth, flesh, owned, hell be;

That Wo Still High When

the mans to the shall

Lord chose off spring, be in song of we its

such a pure and hea ven en tri umph glo ries

birth. fresh. throned. swell! see?

6. Brightly doth Thy manger shine, Glorious is its light divine. Let not sin oercloud this light; Ever be our faith thus bright.

7. Praise to God the Father sing, Praise to God the Son, our King, Praise to God the Spirit be Ever and eternally.

Ps 67:12, Jn 1:14, Lk 2:3032

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ADVENT

The Advent of Our God

34

Words: Charles Coffin, 1736. translated by John Chandler, 1837, alt. Music: St. Thomas Aaron Williams, 1770. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. The 2. The 3. Come, 4. As 5. Be ad ev Zi judge, fore vent of our er last ing ons daugh ter, on clouds of the dawn ing God Son rise light, day Shall In To He Let be our car nate meet your soon will sin be theme stoops low come put for to ly a to prayer be, King, gain flight;

4 4

Come, Him Nor And No

let us meet self the ser let your faith all His scat long er let

him vants less tered the

on form heart saints law

the puts des u hold

road And on To pise The nite With sway, But

place set peace Him walk

for His He on in

Him pre peo ple comes to high to free doms

pare. free. bring. reign. light.

6. All glory to the Son Who comes to set us free, With Father, Spirit, ever One, Through all eternity.

Lk 19:2840, Phil 2:511, Eph 4:2224, Dan 7:1314

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The King Shall Come

ADVENT

Words: Unknown author. Translated by John Brownlie, 1907. Music and Setting: Consolation or Morning Song John Wyeth, 1813. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. The 2. Not 3. O 4. O 5. The King as bright bright King shall of er er shall come old than than come when a the that when morn lit ris glor morn ing dawns, And tle child To ing morn When ious morn Shall ing dawns, And light bear, He, this earths tri and vic fair dark um fight, tor morn night phant and ious, ing is breaks; die, rose, be, past;

4 4

When But And When O

beau crowned left Christ, haste

ty with the our the

gilds the glo ry lone some King, in ris ing

east ern like the place of beau ty of that

hills, sun death, comes, morn,

And That De And The

life lights spite we day

to the the His that

joy morn rage face aye

a ing of shall shall

wakes. sky. foes. see. last.

6. And let the endless bliss begin, By weary saints foretold, When right shall triumph over wrong, And truth shall be extolled.

7. The King shall come when morning dawns, And light and beauty brings: Hail, Christ the Lord! Thy people pray, Come quickly, King of kings.

Zeph 1:14, Rev 22:20

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A Great and Mighty Wonder

36

Words: Germanus of Constantinople (634734). Translated by John Mason Neale, 1862. Music: Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen (Rhythmic) German from Kln, 1599. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1609. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

1. A 2. The 3. While 4. Since 5. And

great Word thus all id

and be they He ol

might comes sing comes forms

y in your to shall

won car Mon ran per

der, nate arch, som, ish,

a and those by and

full yet bright all er

and re an be ror

ho mains gel He shall

ly on ic a de

cure: high, bands, dored, cay,

The And Re The And

vir cher joice, In Christ

gin u ye fant shall

bears bim vales born wield

the sing and in His

In an moun Beth scep

fant thems tains, lem, ter,

with to ye the our

vir shep oc Sa Lord

gin herds eans, vior and

hon from clap and God

or the your the for

pure! sky. hands. Lord. aye.

Re

peat the hymn

gain: "To

God on high be

glo ry And

peace on

earth

to

men!"

1Tim 3:16, Jn 1:1417, Lk 2:120, 1Tim 2:56, Heb 2:1415

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All Praise to Jesus Hallowed Name

CHRISTMAS

(also known as All Praise to Thee, O Jesus Christ or O Jesus Christ, All Praise to Thee or We Praise You, Jesus at Your Birth or All Praise to Thee, Eternal Lord)
Words: verse 1, ancient German. verses 27, Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Gelobet Seist Du ancient German found in Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Karl August Haupt, 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. All 2. ThE 3. He 4. ThE 5. The praise to Je sus ter nal Fa thers whom the world could ter nal Light, come Fa thers Son, God hal lowed on ly not in down from ev er Name Son wrap heavn, blest, Who For Yon Hath In of a der to the vir man lies us world gin ger in new be

4 4

pure leaves Ma sun came

be His rys shine a

came throne lap; givn; guest;

True Dis He It He

man guised is shin leads

for in be eth us

us! our come in from

The poor an the this

an flesh in midst vale

gels and fant of of

sing blood small, night, tears,

As See Who And And

the now by mak makes

glad the His eth us

news to er ev might up us the in his

earth they bring. last ing Good. hold eth all. sons of light. king dom heirs.

Hal

le

lu

jah!

6. He came to earth so mean and poor, Man to pity and restore, And make us rich in heaven above, Equal with angels through his love. 7. All this He did to show His grace To our poor and sinful race; For this let Christendom adore And praise His name for evermore.

Jn 1:14, Lk 2:714, Is 9:2, 1Tim 3:16, 1Jn 1:13

8 7 8 8 with Alleluia

CHRISTMAS

Angels From the Realms of Glory

38

Words: James Montgomery, 1816. Music: Regent Square Henry Smart, 1867. Setting: "Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship", 1867. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. An 2. Shep 3. Sa 4. Saints, 5. Sin gels herds, ges, be ners, from in leave fore wrung the realms of the field a your con tem the al tar with true re glo bid pla bend pen ry, ing, tions, ing, tance, Wing Watch Bright Watch Doomed your ing er ing for flight oer all the oer your flocks by vi sions beam a long in hope and guilt to end less earth; night, far; fear; pains,

4 4

Ye God Seek Sud Jus

who with the den tice

sang cre us is great De ly the now re

a tions now re sire of Lord, de vokes the

stor sid na scend sen

y ing; tions; ing, tence,

Now pro Yon der Ye have In His Mer cy

claim shines seen tem calls

Mes the His ple you;

si ahs in fant na tal shall ap break your

birth. light: star. pear. chains.

Come and

wor ship, come

and

wor ship, Wor ship

Christ,

the

new born

King.

6. Though an Infant now we view Him, He shall fill His Fathers throne, Gather all the nations to Him; Every knee shall then bow down:

7. All creation, join in praising God, the Father, Spirit, Son, Evermore your voices raising To theternal Three in One.

Lk 2:620, Mt 2:111

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Angels We Have Heard On High

CHRISTMAS

Words: French Carol; Translated by James Chadwick, 1862. Music: Gloria French carol melody. Setting: Edward (or Edwin) S. Barnes, before 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

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4 4
1. An gels we have 2. Shep herds, why this 3. Come to Beth le 4. See Him in a heard ju hem man on bi and ger high lee? see laid, Sweet ly Why your Christ Whose Whom the sing joy birth choirs ing ous the of oer strains an an the pro gels gels plains, long? sing; praise;

4 4

And the What the Come, a ry, Ma

moun tains glad some dore on Jo seph,

in ti bend lend

re dings ed your

ply be knee, aid,

E Which Christ While

cho ing their in spire your the Lord, the our hearts in

joy heavn new love

ous ly born we

strains. song? King. raise.

Glo

ri a,

in ex cel sis

De

o!

Glo

ri a,

in ex cel sis

De

o!

Lk 2:1314, Ps 95:6

7 7 7 7 with Glorias

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Away In A Manger

40

Words: stanzas 1,2 anonymous published Philadelphia, 1885. stanza 3 John T. MacFarland (18511913). Music: Mueller James R. Murray, 1887. Setting: "Hymnal for American Youth", 1919. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. A 2. The 3. Be way cat near in a tle are me, Lord man low Je ger, no ing, the sus, I crib for Ba by ask Thee a a to bed, wakes, stay The But Close lit lit by tle Lord tle Lord me for

3 4

Je Je ev

sus sus, er,

laid no and

down His cry ing love me,

sweet He I

head. makes; pray;

The I Bless

stars love all

in the Thee, Lord the dear

sky Je child

looked sus, look ren in

down where He down from the Thy ten der

lay, sky care,

The And And

lit stay fit

tle Lord by my us for

Je cra Hea

sus, dle ven

a til to

sleep on the morn ing is live with Thee

hay. nigh. there.

Lk 2:7, Lk 18:1517

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Come, Your Heart and Voices Raising

CHRISTMAS

(also known as Come and Christ the Lord Be Praising or Come and Let Us Christ Revere Now or Come Unite in Praise and Singing)
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1667. Translation composite. Music: Quem Pastores German, 1410. Setting: "The Lutheran Hymnary", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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3 4
1. Come, 2. Sin 3. See 4. Christ, 5. Ja your and how from cobs hearts death God, heavn Star and may for to in voi well us us all ces be pro de its rais groan vi scen splen ing, ing, ding, ding dor Christ Sa Gave And Beams the tan His in with

3 4

Lord now Son love com

with may and our fort

glad well life race sweet

ness be a be and

prais moan bi frien ten

ing; ing; ding; ding, der,

Loud We, He In For

ly our our our cing

sing full wear need Sa

His sal y His tan

love va steps help to

a tion is ex surr

ma own gui ten en

zing, ing, ding ding, der,

Wor Cast From Saved Break

thy our earths us ing

folk ev woe from all

of ery to the the

Chris care heavn wi powrs

ten a ly ly of

dom. way. joy. Foe. hell.

6. From the bondage that oppressed us, From sins fetters that possessed us, From the grief that sore distressed us, We, the captives, now are free.

7. Oh, the joy beyond expressing When by faith we grasp this blessing And to Thee we come confessing, That our freedom thou hast wrought!

8. Gracious Child, we pray Thee, hear us, From Thy lowly manger cheer us, Gently lead us and be near us Till we join the angelic choir.

Lk 2:15, Lk 1:6871, Is 61:1, Ps 107:1022

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Far, Far Away On Judeas Plains

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Words: John M. MacFarlane, 1869. Music and Setting: Far, Far Away On Judeas Plains John M. MacFarlane, 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Far, far a way on Ju 2. Sweet are these strains of re 3. Lord, with the an gels we 4. Has ten the time when, from de as deem ing too would re e ve ry plains, love, joice; clime, Shep herds of old Mess age of mer Help us to sing Men shall u nite heard cy with in the from the the

4 4

joy hea heart strains

ous strains: ven a bove: and voice: sub lime:

Glo ry

to God,

glo ry

to God,

Glo

ry to God in the

Glo ry

to God

Glo ry

to God in the

high

est

in the

Glo ry

to God in the

high

est

Glo

ry to God in the

high

est;

Peace on earth, good

will to men;

Peace

on earth,

good

will to

men.

Lk 2:815, Col 1:1920

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From Heaven Above To Earth I Come

CHRISTMAS

Words: Martin Luther, 1535. translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1855. Music: Vom Himmel Hoch traditional German from Schumanns Geistliche Lieder, Leipzig, 1539. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. From 2. To 3. Tis 4. He 5. These Heaven you, Christ brings are a this our those the bove night, God, bless to to is Who ings kens earth I born a far on long a ye shall come, Child high go mark, To Of Had Pre The bear Ma heard pared swadd good news to ry, cho sen your sad and by God for ling clothes and ev mo bit all man ery ther ter be ger home; mild; cry; low; dark;

4 4

Glad This Him That There

ti ten self in shall

dings der will His ye

of Child your heaven find

great of Sal ly the

joy I low ly va tion king dom young Child

bring, Where birth, Shall be, Him blest You laid, By

of be self may Whom

I now the joy from sin with us the heavns

will of will for and

say all make ev earth

and your you er were

sing. earth. free. rest. made.

6. Now let us all, with gladsome cheer, Follow the shepherds, and draw near To see this wondrous Gift of God, Who hath His own dear Son bestowed. 7. Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes! What is it in yon manger lies? Who is this Child, so young and fair? The blessd Christ Child lieth there! 8. Welcome to earth, Thou noble Guest, Through Whom een wicked men are blest! Thou comst to share our misery, What can we render, Lord, to Thee! 9. Ah, Lord, Who hast created all, How hast Thou made Thee weak and small, To lie upon the coarse dry grass, The food of humble ox and ass.

11. For velvets soft and silken stuff Thou hast but hay and straw so rough, Whereon Thou King, so rich and great, As twere Thy heaven, art throned in state. 12. Thus hath it pleased Thee to make plain The truth to us, poor fools and vain, That this worlds honor, wealth and might Are naught and worthless in Thy sight. 13. Ah, dearest Jesus, holy Child, Make Thee a bed, soft, undefiled, Here in my poor hearts inmost shrine, That I may evermore be Thine. 14. My heart for very joy doth leap, My lips no more can silence keep, I too must sing, with joyful tongue, That sweetest ancient cradle song.

10. Were earth a thousand times as fair, 15. Glory to God in highest Heaven, Beset with gold and jewels rare, Who unto man His Son hath given, She yet were far too poor to be While angels sing, with pious mirth, A narrow cradle, Lord, for Thee. A glad New Year to all the earth. This hymn was written by Martin Luther to teach his 3 year old son about Christmas, and became a part of the Luther family Christmas tradition. One of the adults would dress up as an angel and sing the first 5 verses to the family. The rest of the family would sing verses 6 through 15.

Lk 2:620, Jn 3:1618, Rom 5:8

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Gentle Mary Laid Her Child

44

Words: Joseph S. Cook, 1919. Music: Tempus Adest Floridum 13th Century spring carol; first published in the Swedish Piae Cantones, 1582. Setting: "Carols Old And Carols New", 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. Gen 2. An 3. Gen tle gels tle Ma sang Ma ry a ry laid bout laid her His her Child birth; Child low wise low ly in a men sought and ly in a man found man ger; Him; ger;

4 4

There He Hea vens He is

lay, star still

the shone the

un bright un

de ly de

filed, forth, filed,

to glo but

the ry no

world all more

a a a

Stran round stran

ger: Him: ger:

Such a Babe Shep herds saw Son of God,

in the of

such won hum

a place, drous sight, ble birth,

can heard beau

He the ti

be an ful

the gels the

Sa sing sto

vior? ing; ry;

Ask the saved of All the plains were Praise His Name in

all lit all

the race that night, the earth,

who have found His all the hills were hail the King of

fa ring glo

vor. ing. ry!

Lk 2:120, Phil 2:511, 1Jn 3:5

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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

CHRISTMAS

Words: Traditional English. Music: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Traditional English. Setting: "Carols Old And Carols New", 1918. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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4 4
1. God 2. In 3. From 4. "Fear 5. The rest ye Beth le God our not, then," shep herds mer ry, hem, in heavn ly said the at those gen Is Fa an ti tle ra men, let el, this ther a gel, "Let dings re no thing you dis bless d Babe was bless d an gel no thing you a jo iced much in may, born, came; fright mind,

4 4

Re And And This And

mem ber Christ our laid with in a to cer tain un day is born a left their flocks a

Sa man shep Sa feed

vior was ger up herds brought vior of ing in

born on Christ on this bless ti dings of a pure Vir tem pest, storm

mas d the gin and

Day; morn; same; bright, wind,

To The How To And

save us which His that in free all went to

all mo Beth those Beth

from ther le who lem

Sa Ma hem trust straight

tans powr ry was born in Him aw ay

when did the from this

we were gone a no thing take in Son of God by Sa tans powr and bless d Babe to

stray. scorn. name. might." find.

ti dings of

com fort and

joy, com fort and

joy; O

ti

dings of

com fort and

joy.

6.But when to Bethlehem they came where our dear Savior lay, They found Him in a manger where oxen feed on hay; His mother Mary kneeling unto the Lord did pray. 7.Now to the Lord sing praises all you within this place, And with true love and brotherhood each other now embrace; This holy tide of Christmas all others doth deface.

8.God bless the ruler of this house, and send him long to reign, And many a merry Christmas may live to see again; Among your friends and kindred that live both far and near That God send you a happy new year, happy new year, And God send you a happy new year.

Lk 2:1011, Ps 46:10

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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

46

Words: Charles Wesley, 1739, alt. Music: Mendelssohn from Festgesang Felix Mendelssohn, 1840. Setting: William H. Cummings, 1857. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

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4 4
1. Hark! 2. Christ, 3. Hail 4. Come, 5. Ad The her by high the heavn De sire ams like ald est ly of ness, an gels sing, Heavn a dored; Prince of Peace! na tions, come, Lord, ef face, "Glo ry Christ the Hail the Fix in Stamp Thine to ev Sun us im the er of Thy age new last Right hum in born ing eous ble its King; Lord; ness! home; place:

4 4

Peace on earth, Late in time, Light and life Rise, the wo Se cond Ad

and be to mans am

mer cy hold Him all He con quring from a

mild, come, brings, Seed, bove,

God and Off spring Risn with Bruise in Re in

sin of heal us state

ners a ing the us

re vir in ser in

con gins His pents Thy

ciled!" womb. wings. head. love.

Joy Veiled Mild Now Let

ful, in He dis us

all ye flesh the lays His play Thy Thee, though

na God glo sav lost,

tions rise, head see; ry by, ing po gain, re

wer,

Join the Hail thin Born that Ruin ed Thee, the

tri umph car nate man no na ture Life, the

of the skies; De i ty, more may die. now re store; in ner man:

With than gel Pleased with us Born to raise Now in my O, to all

ic in the stic Thy

host flesh sons un self

pro to of ion im

claim, dwell, earth, join part,

"Christ Je Born Thine Formed

is sus to to in

born our give ours, each

in Em them and be

Beth man se ours liev

le u cond to ing

hem!" el. birth. Thine. heart.

Hark!

the her

ald

an

gels

sing,

"Glo

ry

to

the

new

born King!"

Lk 2:1314, 1Cor 15:2122

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47

I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day

CHRISTMAS

Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1864. Music: Waltham (Calkin) John B. Calkin, 1872. Setting: "The Book of Common Praise", 1885. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. I 2. And 3. Till 4. And 5. Then heard thought ring in pealed the how, ing, des the bells as sing pair bells on the ing I more Christ day on bowed loud mas had its my and day come, way head deep: Their The The "There "God

4 4

old bel world is is

fa fries re no not

mil of volved peace dead,

iar all from on nor

car Christ night earth," doth

ols en to I He

play, dom day, said, sleep;

And Had A "For The

wild rolled voice, hate wrong

and sweet a long a chime, is strong shall fail,

the thun a and the

words bro chant mocks right

re peat ken song sub lime the song pre vail

Of Of Of Of With

peace peace peace peace peace

on on on on on

earth, earth, earth, earth, earth,

good good good good good

will will will will will

to to to to to

men. men. men. men." men."

Lk 2:1314, Is 41:13

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In The Bleak MidWinter

48

Words: Christina Georgina Rossetti, 1872, alt. Music and Setting: Cranham Gustav Theodore Holst, 1906, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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4 4

()
1. 2. Our 3. E 4. 5. In the bleak mid God, Heavn can not nough for Him, whom An gels and arch can I What win hold cher an give u ter, Him, bim, gels Him, frost nor wor may poor wind earth ship night have ga as y made sus and thered I moan, tain; day, there, am?

4 4

Earth stood hard Heavn and earth ful Breast Cher u bim If I were

as shall of and a

i flee milk, ser shep

a a

ron, way and phim herd,

wa ter like when He comes man ger ful thronged I would bring

a to of the a

stone; reign. hay; air; lamb;

En

Snow In ough But If

had the for His I

fall en, bleak mid Him, whom mo ther were a

snow win an on Wise

on

snow, ter gels ly, Man,

snow sta fall in I

snow place down her mai would do

on ble

on suf be den my

snow, ficed fore, bliss, part;

In The Ox Wor Yet

the Lord and shipped what

bleak God ass the can

mid Al and be I

win migh ca lov give

ter, ty, mel ed Him:

long Je which with give

a sus a a my

go. Christ. dore. kiss. heart.

These lyrics are rather obscure, though quite beautiful. The earth (which represents all of Gods promises to His People, Gen 13:1415, Rom 4:1317, Mt 5:5) and the water (which represents Baptism and forgiveness, Jn 3:5, Eph 5:2527, 1Pt 3:21) are frozen and lifeless as the Law reigns alone (2Cor 3:6b), with no grace flowing before Christ. The Spirit works in the world through the condemnation of the Law and the hope for redemption to come (frosty wind made moan, Micah 4:10, Ez 21:67). Then Christ humbly comes to melt the icy world in grace. This then inpires those saved, who recognize that they have nothing to give to Him, to finally, through His grace, fulfill the greatest commandment (Mt 22:37). Lv 26:1819, Job 38:2930, Ps 147:1620, Is 59:1114, 1Kgs 8:27, Lk 2:714, Ez 36:2528, Pr 23:26, Deut 30:6 Irregular

49

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

CHRISTMAS

Words: Edmund H. Sears, 1849. Music: Carol Richard S. Willis, 1861. Setting: "Order of worship for the Reformed Church in the United States", 1866. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 60

3 4
1. It 2. Still 3. Yet 4. And 5. For came through with ye, lo! up the the be the on clo woes neath days the ven of lifes are mid skies sin crush has night they and ing tning clear, come strife load, on, That With The Whose By glor peace world forms pro ious ful has are phet song wings suf bend bards of un fered ing fore old, furled, long; low, told,

3 4

From And Be Who When

an gels bend still their hea ven neath the an toil a long with the ev

ing ly gel the er

near the earth, mu sic floats strain have rolled climb ing way circ ling years

To Oer Two With Comes

touch their harps all the wea thou sand years pain ful steps round the age

of ry of and of

gold; world; wrong; slow, gold;

"Peace A And Look When

on the bove its man, at now! for peace shall

earth, sad war glad ov

good and with and er

will to men, low ly plains, man, hears not gold en hours all the earth

From They The Come Its

Heav ens all bend on song love swift ly an cient

gra hov which on splen

cious ring they the dors

King." wing, bring; wing. fling,

The And O O And

world in so lemn ev er ov er its hush the noise, ye side the rest be the whole world send

still Ba men wear back

ness bel of y the

lay, sounds strife road, song

To The And And Which

hear bless hear hear now

the d the the the

an an an an an

gels gels gels gels gels

sing. sing. sing. sing! sing.

Lk 2:814, Is 9:16, Gen 11:9

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Joy to the World

50

Words: Isaac Watts, 1719. Music: Antioch pieced together from "Messiah" George F. Handel, 1741. Setting: Lowell Mason, 1836. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

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2 4
1. Joy to the 2. Joy to the 3. No more let 4. He rules the world, the earth, the sins and world with Lord is Sa vior sor rows truth and come! reigns! grow, grace, Let Let Nor And earth re men their thorns in makes the ceive her songs em fest the na tions King; ploy; ground; prove

2 4

Let While He The

ev ry fields and comes to glo ries

heart floods, make of

pre rocks, His His

pare Him hills and bless ings right eous

room, plains flow ness,

And Re Far And

Heavn peat as won

and na ture the sound ing the curse is ders of His

sing, joy, found, love,

And Re Far And

Heavn peat as won

and na ture the sound ing the curse is ders of His

sing, joy, found, love,

And Re Far And

Heavn, peat, as, won

and re far ders,

Heavn, peat, as, won

and the the ders,

na sound curse of

ture ing is His

sing. joy. found. love.

Lk 2:10, Ps 97:1, 98:49

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51

Let Our Gladness Have No End

CHRISTMAS

Words: From the Kancional, by Tobias Zavorka, 1602. Translator unknown. Music: Narodil se Kristus Pn or Salvator Natus 15th Century Bohemian. Setting: "Carols Old And Carols New", 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 160

4 4
1. Let 2. See, 3. In our the to glad love flesh ness liest is have no bloom ing made the end, rose, Word. Hal Hal Hal le le le lu lu lu jah! jah! jah!

4 4

For to earth did From the branch of He, our re fuge

Christ de scend. sse grows. Je and our Lord.

Hal Hal Hal

le le le

lu lu lu

jah! jah! jah!

On

this day God

gave

us

Christ, His Son, to

save

us;

Christ, His

Son, to save

us.

Rom 5:11, Rom 8:3233, Jn 1:14, Gen 3:15

7 7 6 6 6 with Alleluias

CHRISTMAS

Lo, How A Rose Eer Blooming

52

Words: verses 12, 15th Century German. Translated by Theodore Baker, 1894. verses 3,4 Fridrich Layriz (18081859). Translated by Harriet Reynolds Krauth, 1875. verse 5, 15th Century German. Translated by John C. Mattes, 1914. Music: Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen (Rhythmic) German from Kln, 1599. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1609. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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1. Lo, 2. Is 3. The 4. This 5. O

how a Rose eer ai ah twas fore shep herds heard the Flowr, whose fra grance Sa vior, Child of

bloom told sto ten Ma

ing it, ry der ry,

from the pro with who

ten Rose claimed sweet felt

der I by ness our

stem have an fills hu

hath in gels the man

sprung! mind; bright, air, woe,

Of With How Dis O

Jes Mar Christ, pels Sa

ses lin eage y we be the Lord of with glor ious vior, King of

com hold glor splen glo

ing, it, y dor ry,

as the was the who

men of vir gin born on dark ness dost our

old mo earth ev weak

have ther this ery ness

sung. kind. night. where; know;

It To To True Bring

came, show Beth Man, us

a Gods le yet at

flowr love hem ve length

et a they ry we

bright, right, sped God, pray,

a she and from to

mid bore in sin the

the to the and bright

cold men man death courts

of a ger He of

win Sa found saves Hea

ter, vior, Him, us, ven,

When When As And And

half half an light to

spent spent gel ens the

was was her ev end

the the alds ry less

night. night. said. load. day!

Is 11:110, Mt 1:2021, Heb 2:1415, Lk 2:118

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53

Now Praise We Christ, the Holy One


(also known as Jesus We Now Must Laud and Sing or From East to West)

CHRISTMAS

Words: Coelius Sedulius, circa 450. Translated to German by Martin Luther, 1524. Translated from German to English by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Christum Wir Sollen Loben Schon ancient Latin found in Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1609. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. Now praise we 2. He, who Him 3. The grace of ly 4. The ho ble 5. The no Christ, self God, maid mo the all thAl be ther Ho things might came bare ly did y tha a One, make, Lord, bode Son, The A On And For spot ser the tem so less vants chaste ple did vir gin form vouch mo ther of the Ga briels Ma safed was liv pro rys to out ing mise Son, take, poured God; run,

4 4

Far That a And Whom

as He vir she, John

the as gin who con

bless man pure knew fessed

d man and not and

sun kind un man, leapt

doth might de was with

shine Een win, And filed In blest With joy, Ere

to save won Gods yet

the worlds re His crea tures drous wise con own Word made the mo ther

mote con from their ceived a man i knew her

fine sin. child. fest. boy.

6. In a rude manger, stretched on hay, In poverty content He lay; With milk was fed the Lord of all, Who feeds the ravens when they call. 7. Th angelic choir rejoice, and raise Their voice to God in songs of praise; To humble shepherds is proclaimed The Shepherd who the world hath framed. 8. Honor to Thee, O Christ, be paid, Pure offspring of a holy maid, With Father and with Holy Ghost, Till time in times abyss be lost.

Lk 1:2631, 2:711, Ps 95:16, Phil 2:57

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O Come, All Ye Faithful

54

Words: John F. Wade, circa 1743. v.13, 6 Translated by Frederick Oakeley, 1841; v. 4, 5 Translated by William T. Brooke (18481917). Music: Adeste Fideles or Portuguese Hymn John F. Wade, 1743. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 120

4 4

()
1. O 2. 3. 4. 5. come, True Sing, See Lo! all ye God of choirs of how the star led faith true an shep chief ful, God, gels, herds, tains, joy ful and tri Light from Light E sing in ex ul sum moned to His Ma gi, Christ a um ter ta cra dor phant, nal, tion; dle, ing,

()
O O

4 4

come Lo, sing, Leav Of

ye, O He all ye ing their fer Him

come shuns cit i flocks, in

ye, to not the zens of draw cense,

Beth Vir heavn nigh gold,

le gins a to and

hem. womb; bove! gaze; myrrh;

Come Son Glo We We

and of ry too to

be the to will the

hold Fa God, thi Christ

Him, ther, ther Child

born be glo bend bring

the got ry our our

King ten, in joy hearts

of not the ful ob

an cre high foot la

gels; ted; est; steps; tions.

come,

let

us

dore Him, O

come, let us a

dore Him, O

come, let us a

dore Him,

Christ

the

Lord.

6.Child, for us sinners poor and in the manger, We would embrace Thee, with love and awe; Who would not love Thee, loving us so dearly? 7.Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this happy morning; Jesus, to Thee be glory given; Word of the Father, now in flesh appearing.
Lk 2:1516

8.Adeste, fideles, laeti triumphantes; Venite, venite in Bethlehem. Natum videte Regem angelorum. Venite adoremus, venite adoremus, Venite adoremus, Dominum.

Irregular

55

O Little Town of Bethlehem


= 100

CHRISTMAS

Words: Phillips Brooks, 1867. Music: St. Louis Lewis H. Redner, 1868. Setting: "The Chapel Hymnal", 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

4 4
1. O 2. For 3. How 4. Where 5. O lit tle Christ is lent si child ren ho ly town of born of ly, how pure and Child of Beth le hem, how Ma ry, and si lent ly, the hap py pray Beth le hem, des still we ga thered won drous to the cend to see thee all a Gift is bless d us, we lie! bove, givn; Child, pray;

4 4

A While So Where Cast

bove mor God mi out

thy tals im ser our

deep and sleep, the parts to y cries sin, and

dream less sleep the an gels keep their hu man hearts the out to Thee, Son en ter in, be

si lent watch of bless ings of the born in

stars go won dring of His mo ther us to

by. love. Heavn. mild; day.

Yet O No Where We

in morn ear char hear

thy ing may it the

dark streets stars to hear His y stands Christ mas

shin ge com watch an

eth ther, ing, ing gels

the pro but and the

ev er last claim the ho in this world faith holds wide great glad tid

ing ly of the ings

Light; birth, sin, door, tell;

The And Where The O

hopes and fears of sing to prais es meek souls will re dark night wakes, the come to us, a

all God ceive glo bide

the years are the King, and Him still, the ry breaks, and with us, our

met in thee to peace to men on dear Christ en ters Christ mas comes once Lord Em man u

night. earth! in. more. el!

Mic 5:2, Lk 2:416

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See Amid the Winters Snow

56

Words: Edward Caswall, 1851. Music: Humility John Goss, 1870. Setting: "The Childrens Hymnal, with Tunes", 1875. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. See a mid the 2. Lo, with in a 3. Say, you ho ly 4. "As we watched at 5. Sac red In fant, win man shep dead all ters ger herds, of di snow, lies say, night, vine, Born He Tell Lo, What for Who your we a us built joy saw ten on the ful a der earth be low, star ry skies; news to day. won drous light; love was Thine,

4 4

See, He Why An Thus

the gen tle Who, thrond in have you now gels sing ing to come from

Lamb height left Peace high

ap sub your on est

pears, lime, sheep earth bliss

Pro mised from e Sits a mid the On the lone ly Told us of the Down to such a

ter nal years. cher u bim. moun tain steep? Sa viors birth." world as this.

Hail

that ev

er

bles

sd

morn,

Hail

re demp tions

hap

py

dawn,

Sing through all

Jer

sa lem:

Christ

is born

in

Beth

le

hem.

6. Teach, O teach us, holy Child, By Thy face so meek and mild, Teach us to resemble Thee, In Thy sweet humility.

Lk 2:120, Jn 1:29, Phil 2:38

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Silent Night

CHRISTMAS

Words: Josef Mohr, 1818. stanzas 1,3 Translated by John Freeman Young, 1863. stanzas 2,4 translator anonymous. Music: Stille Nacht Franz Xaver Gruber, 1818. Setting: "Concordia Kinderchre", 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 60

3 4
1. Si 2. Si 3. Si 4. Si lent lent lent lent night, night, night, night, ho ho ho ho ly ly ly ly night, night, night, night All Shep Son Won is herds of drous calm, quake God, star, all at loves lend is the pure thy bright sight; light; light;

3 4

Round yon vir Glo ries stream Ra diant beams With the an

gin from from gels

mo ther and hea ven a Thy ho ly let us

Child. far, face sing,

Ho ly In fant, Heaven ly hosts With the dawn of Al le lu

so sing re ia

ten der and Al le lu deem ing to our

mild, ia! grace, King;

Sleep in hea Christ the Sa Je sus, Lord, Christ the Sa

ven vior at vior

ly is Thy is

peace, born, birth, born,

Sleep Christ Je Christ

in the sus, the

hea Sa Lord, Sa

ven vior at vior

ly is Thy is

peace. born! birth. born!

Lk 2:89, Col 1:1213

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Sing, O Sing, This Blessed Morn


= 120

58

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1865. Music and Setting: Nativity William Henry Monk, 1865. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

4 4
1. Sing, O sing, 2. Je sus Christ, 3. God of God, 4. God with us, 5. Truth and Mer this the and Em cy bless ed King of Light of man u show their morn, kings, Light, el, face, Un Ma Comes Deigns And to ker with for with us of mer ev lov a all cies er ing Child is born, world ly things, in fi nite; now to dwell; kiss em brace;

4 4

Un to us a Now de scends from Join ing in a He on A dams Right eous ness looks

Son is givn, Heavn to Earth, won drous plan fall en race down from Heavn,

God To Heavn Sheds God

Him self re store to earth the ful is pleased

comes us and ness and

down by God of Man

from His to His for

Heavn. birth; Man; Grace; givn;

Sing,

sing,

this

bless

ed

morn,

Je

sus

Christ

to

day

is

born.

6. God comes down that man may rise, Lifted far above the skies He is Son of Man, that we Sons of God in Him may be; 7. Human flesh is now become Christs abode, the Godheads home; Royal Palace, sacred shrine For the Majesty Divine; 8. Now we rise, from prison free; On we march to victory, Joyful banners are unfurled; Tis the Birthday of the World; 9. Now behold the rising Sun Hath His glorious race begun; Now the Bridegroom from above Weds the Bride, with heavenly love; 10. O renew us, Lord, we pray, With Thy Spirit day by day; That we ever one may be With the Father, and with Thee; 11. Sing, O sing this blessed Morn, Jesus Christ today is born; Glory to the Father give, Praise the Son in whom we live; Glory to the Spirit be, Godhead One, and Persons Three.

Is 9:6, Jn 1:13, 1:1417, 8:12, Heb 1:812, Lk 15:20, Col 2:910

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The First Noel

CHRISTMAS

Words: Traditional English carol, possibly dating from as early as the 13th Century. Music: The First Noel Traditional English carol, possibly dating from as early as the 13th Century. Setting: "The Methodist Sunday School Hymnal", 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. The 2. They 3. And 4. This 5. Then first look by star did No d the drew they el up light nigh know the and of to as an gel did saw a that same the north sur ed say Was to star Shin ing star Three west, Ov er ly With cer tain in Wise Beth in poor the Men le that shep herds east, came hem house

3 4

in be from it the

fields yond coun took King

as

they them try its did

lay; far; far; rest; lie;

In And To And One

fields to seek there en

where the for a it tered

they earth King did it

lay it was both them

tend ing their gave great their in stop and for to

sheep, light, tent, stay, see,

On a And And to Right And

cold so fol ov found

win it low er

ters con the the the

night tin star place Babe

ued

that both wher where in

was day ev Je pov

er

so and it sus er

deep. night. went. lay. ty.

No

el,

No

el,

No

el,

No

el,

Born is the

King

of

Is

ra

el.

Lk 2:89

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CHRISTMAS

To Shepherds As They Watched By Night

60

Words: Martin Luther, 1543. translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Vom Himmel Hoch traditional German from Schumanns Geistliche Lieder, Leipzig, 1539. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. To 2. At 3. Oh, 4. What 5. Not shep herds as they Beth le hem, in then re joice that harm can sin and one He will or watched Da through death can by vids His then for night town, Son do? sake Ap As God The Who peared Mi is true Him a cah with God his host did sin now con of of ners a fi an old now bides dence gels bright; make known; at one; with you. doth make.

4 4

Be Tis Made Let Let

hold Je like hell all

the ten der sus Christ, your your selves of tan and Sa his wiles the

Babe, Lord flesh rage Temp

they and and and ter

said, King, blood, chafe, try,

In Who Your Christ You

yon doth Bro is may

der to ther your his

low ly all sal is the Bro ther ut most

man va ter ye powrs

ger tion nal are de

laid. bring. God. safe. fy.

6. Ye shall and must at last prevail; Gods own ye are, ye cannot fail. To God forever sing your praise With joy and patience all your days.

Is 9:2, Lk 2:815, Mic 5:2, 1Cor 15:5557

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61

What Child Is This?

CHRISTMAS

Words: William Chatterton Dix, 1865. Music: Greensleeves 16th Century English Traditional. Setting: traditional from "The Sunday School Hymnal and Service Book", 1871. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 80

3 4
1. What 2. Why 3. So Child is this lies He in bring Him in who, such cense, laid to rest On mean e state, Where gold and myrrh, Come Ma rys lap ox and ass pea sant, king is are to sleep ing? feed ing? own Him;

3 4

Whom Good The

an gels greet Christ ians, fear, King of kings

with for sal

an thems sweet, While sin ners here The va tion brings, Let

shep si lov

herds watch lent Word ing hearts

are is en

keep ing? plead ing. throne Him.

This, Nails, Raise,

this spear raise

is shall a

Christ the King, Whom pierce Him through, The song on high, The

shep cross vir

herds guard be borne gin sings

and for her

an me, lul

gels sing; for you. la by.

Haste, Hail, Joy,

haste, hail joy

to the for

bring Him laud, Word made flesh, Christ is born,

The The The

Babe, Babe, Babe,

the Son the Son the Son

of of of

Ma Ma Ma

ry. ry. ry.

Lk 2:7, Mt 2:111, Phil 2:58, Is 53:16

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EPIPHANY

As With Gladness Men of Old

62

Words: William Chatterton Dix, 1860. Music: Dix or Treuer Heiland, Wir Sind Heir Conrad Kocher, 1838. Abridged by William Henry Monk, 1861. Setting: Conrad Kocher, 1838, alt. by William Henry Monk, 1861, alt. for "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. As 2. As 3. As 4. Ho 5. In with with they ly the glad joy off Je heavn ness, ful ered sus, ly men of old steps they sped gifts most rare ev ry day coun try bright, Did To At Keep Need the guid that low that man us in they no ing ly ger the cre star man rude nar a be hold ger bed and bare; row way; ted light;

4 4

As with There to So may And, when Thou its

joy bend we earth Light,

they the with ly its

hailed knee ho things Joy,

its light be fore ly joy, are past, its Crown,

Lead Him Pure Bring Thou

ing on ward, whom Heavn and and free from our ran somed its Sun which

beam ing earth a sins al souls at goes not

bright dore; loy, last down;

So, So All Where There

most may our they for

glor ious we with cost liest need no ev er

Lord, will treas star may

may ing ures to we

we feet bring, guide, sing

Ev Ev Christ, Where Al

er more be er seek Thy to Thee, our no clouds Thy le lu ias

led mer heavn glo to

to cy ly ry our

Thee. seat. King. hide. King!

Mt 2:112, Num 7:89, Mt 7:1314, Rev 21:2327

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In His Temple Now Behold Him

EPIPHANY

Words: verses 13, Henry J. Pye, 1851. verse 4, William Cooke, 1853. Music: Westminster Abbey Henry Purcell, circa 1692. Setting: Ernest Hawkins, 1843. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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6 8
1. In 2. In 3. Je 4. Prince His the sus, and tem ple arms of by Thy Au thor now be hold her who bore pres en ta of sal va Him, Him, tion, tion, See Vir Thou, Be the gin who Thy long pure, didst bound ex be for less pect ed hold Him us en love our Lord; lie, dure, theme!

6 8

An While Make Je

cient pro phets his a gd us see our sus, praise to

had saints great Thee

fore a sal be

told dore va gi

Him; Him tion, ven

God Ere Seal By

has in us the

now faith with world

ful and Thy Thou

filled His hope they pro mise didst re

word. die. sure. deem.

Now Ha And With

to praise Him, lle lu jah! pre sent us the Fa ther

His Ha in and

re deem d lle lu jah! Thy glo ry the Spir it,

Shall break forth Lo, thin car To Thy Fa Lord of ma

with nate ther, jes

one ac God most cleansed and ty su

cord. high. pure. preme!

Lk 2:2238

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O Chief of Cities Bethlehem

64

Words: Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (348413). v. 1,2,4 Translated by N. B. Smithers, 1879, v. 3 Translated by C. W. Douglas, v.5 Translated by John, Marquess of Bute c. 1879. Music: Puer Nobis Nascitur Michael Praetorius, 1609. Setting: George Ratcliffe Woodward for "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

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3 4
1. O 2. Be 3. The 4. The 5. O chief yond wise gold Je of the men, en sus, ci sun see tri whom ties, in ing bute the Beth splen Him owns Gen le dor so Him tiles hem, bright, fair, King, see, Of A Bow But With Da bove low frank Fa vids you be in ther,

3 4

crown stands fore cense Spi

the a Him, to rit,

fair won and God One

est drous with they in

gem, light prayer bring, Three:

But Pro Their And To

more claim trea last, You,

to ing sured pro O

us from east phe God,

than the ern tic be

Da con gifts sign, glo

vids scious un with ry

name, skies fold myrrh, givn

In That Of They By

you, here, in sha saints

as in cense, dow on

man, flesh, myrrh, forth earth

the the and His and

Sa God ro se saints

vior head yal pul in

came. lies. gold. cher. Heavn.

Mt 2:111, Mic 5:24

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Songs of Thankfulness and Praise

EPIPHANY

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. Music: St. Georges Windsor, George Job Elvey, 1858. Setting: "The Anglican Hymn Book", 1871. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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4 4
1. Songs of 2. Man i 3. Man i 4. Sun and 5. Grant us thank ful ness and fest at Jor dans fest in mak ing moon shall dark ened grace to see Thee, praise, stream, whole be, Lord, Je sus, Pro phet, Pal sied Stars shall Mir rored Lord, Priest, limbs fall, in to Thee we and King su and faint ing the heavns shall Thy ho ly raise, preme; soul; flee, Word;

4 4

Man And Man Christ May

i at i will we

fest Ca fest then im

ed by na, wedd in val like light i tate

the ing iant ning Thee

star guest, fight, shine, now,

To the In Thy Quell ing All will And be

sa ges from a God head man i all the de vils see His glor ious pure, as pure art

far; fest; might; sign: Thou;

Branch Man Man All That

of i i will we

ro fest fest then like

yal Da vids in powr di in grac ious the trum pet to Thee may

stem vine, will, hear; be

In Thy Chang ing Ev er All will At Thy

birth at Beth le wa ter in to bring ing good from see the Judge ap great E pi pha

hem; wine; ill; pear; ny;

An An An Thou And

thems thems thems by may

be to be to be to all wilt praise Thee,

Thee Thee Thee be ev

add add add con er

ressed, ressed, ressed, fessed, blest,

God God God God God

in in in in in

man man man man man

made made made made made

man man man man man

i i i i i

fest. fest. fest. fest. fest.

Ps 95:2, Is 61:13, 1Pt 1:20, Mt 11:45, Rev 19:116

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The People That in Darkness Sat

66

Words: John Morison, 1781. Music: Lobt Gott, ihr Christen Allzugleich Nikolaus Hermann, 1554. Setting: "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs", 1855, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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4 4
1. The 2. To 3. For 4. To 5. His peo hail Thou us name ple Thee, their a shall that Sun bur Child be in of den of the dark Right dost hope Prince ness eous re is of sat ness, move born, Peace, A The And To The glo gathr break us Ev rious ing the a er

4 4

light na tyr Son last

have tions ants is ing

seen; come; rod givn, Lord,

The They As And The

light joy in on Won

has as the His der

shined on when the day when shoul der ful, the

them reap Mid ev Coun

who ers ian er se

long bear fell rests lor.

In Their Be All The

shades har fore powr God

of vest the in by

death trea sword earth all

have sures of and a

been. home. God. heavn. dored.

In Their Be All The

shades har fore powr God

of vest the in by

death trea sword earth all

have sures of and a

been. home. God. heavn. dored.

6. His righteous government and power Shall over all extend; On judgment and on justice based, His reign shall have no end.

7. Lord Jesus, reign in us, we pray, And make us Thine alone, Who with the Father ever art And Holy Spirit, one.

Mt 4:1217, Is 9:27, Mal 4:16

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The Star Proclaims the King is Here

EPIPHANY

(also known as Herod Why Dreadest thou a Foe? or How Vain the Cruel Herods Fear or When Christs Appearing Was Made Known or Why Herod Unrelenting Foe or Why Impious Herod, Shouldst Thou Fear)
Words: Coelius Sedulius, c. 450. German version by M. Luther, 1543. English translation by John Mason Neale, 1852. Music: Wo Gott Zum Haus from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs", 1855, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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4 4
1. The 2. The 3. With 4. At 5. All star pro wi ser in the Ca na glo ry, claims Ma Jor first Je the gi dans His sus, King is see from crys tal powr is be to here; far flood shown; Thee But, And In His For Her fol meek might this od, low ness the Thy why on stands blush glad this sense less His guid ing the Lamb of ing wa ters e pi pha fear? star; God own ny;

4 4

He And And, And, Whom

takes led sin chang with

no by less, ing the

realms light, sanc as Fa

of earth a to light they ti fies the He speaks the ther we a

way press wave, word, dore

Who And Man Flow And

gives by kind wine, Ho

the their from o ly

realms gifts sin be Ghost

of heavn ly their God con to cleanse and dient to their for ev er

day. fess. save. Lord. more.

Mt 2:112, Eph 1:9, Jn 18:3637, Jn 1:29

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EPIPHANY

To Jordan Came Our Lord, The Christ

68

Words: Martin Luther, 1541. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Christ, Unser Herr Johann Walter, 1524. Setting: composite from "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs", 1855 and "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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4 4
1. To Jor dan 2. So hear ye 3. To show us 4. In ten der 5. Thus Je sus came all, this, man His our and He hood dis Lord well hath Je ci the per His sus ples Christ, To ceive What Word With straight To sent: Go do Gods plea sure God doth call bap signs and sym bols ho ly Jor dan teach ye e very will ti gi wend na ing, sm, ven; eth; tion, And And On The That

4 4

there was what a Jor dans ly Ho lost in

by Christ banks Ghost sin

Saint ian was from they

John bap should be plain ly Hea vens must re

tized, All lieve Who heard The gate In pent; And

right er Fa dove flee

eous ror thers like from

ness shuns voice shape con

ful and from de dem

fill schi Hea scen na

ing; sm: ven: deth; tion:

There That "This That He

did He we should is My thus the that be

con wa well truth lieves

se ter be be and

crate use, lo not is

a the ved de bap

bath Lord Son, nied, tized,

To De In Nor Ob

wash clar whom should tains

a eth My our a

way it soul faith might

trans His de eer y

gres plea light wa bless

sion, sure; eth; ver, ing;

And quench the Not sim ple Hear Him." Yea, That the Three A new born

bit wa hear Per man,

ter ter, Him sons no

ness but e all more

of the very pre he

death By Word And one Whom side, At dies, E

His Spi He bap ter

own rit Him tisms nal

blood with self ho life

and out in ly pos

pas mea vi la ses

sion; sure; teth, ver, sing,

He He Hear And A

would a is the and o dwell with joy ful

new true bey the heir

life Bap His be of

give ti teach lie Hea

us. zer. ing. ver. ven.

6.Who in this mercy hath not faith, Nor aught therein discerneth, Is yet in sin, condemned to death, And fire that ever burneth; His holiness avails him not, Nor aught which he is doing; His inborn sin brings all to naught, And maketh sure his ruin; Himself he cannot succor.

7.The eye of sense alone is dim, And nothing sees but water; Faith sees Christ Jesus, and in Him The Lamb ordained for slaughter; She sees the cleansing fountain red With the dear blood of Jesus, Which from the sins inherited From fallen Adam frees us, And from our own misdoings.

Mt 3:1317, Acts 2:38

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Author of All Life

LIFE

Words: Brian J. Dumont, 12 Oct 2009. Music: Beach Spring Benjamin F. White, 1844. Setting: "The Sacred Harp", 1860, alt. copyright: Words: Copyright 2009, Brian J. Dumont. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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4 4
1. Au thor 2. Hearts so 3. Christ now of all hard, we grants us Life, our Fa hate each o life e ter ther, breathe in ther, those in nal, to know to our need we You the hearts a gain. treat with scorn... one true God,

4 4

Stir our Old, un He the

dead ness, wise, or Way to

heal our weak not my col see the Fa

ness, crush our or, Pal sied ther, He the

e vil limbs, or One who

thoughts so vain. not yet born. felt the rod.

Life Cre Life Cre Life Cre

a a a

tor, tor, tor,

life Re deem life Re deem life Re deem

er, er, er,

life Im life Im life Im

par par par

ter, ter, ter,

Source of Truth, Three in One, Life con ferred!

Teach us now Teach us Lord Let us sing

to to of

love each see Your Your a

o I tone

ther, mage, ment,

Teach us Lord Teach us now Let all peo

to to ple

love like see the hear Your

You. Son. Word!

Gen 2:7, Rom 8:910, Lk 10:2537, Eph 4:1724, 1Cor 10:24, Mal 4:2, Jn 17:3, Jn 14:6, Lam 3:1, Rom 10:1415, Acts 26:29

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TRANSFIGURATION

O Wondrous Type, O Vision Fair

70

Words: From the "Sarum Breviary", 1495. Translated by John Mason Neale, 1851. Music: Deo Gracias or Agincourt traditional English, circa 1415. Setting: Charles Winfred Douglas, 1918, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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3 4
1. O 2. From 3. The 4. With 5. And won age law shin faith drous to and ing ful type! age pro face hearts O the phets and are vi tale there bright raised sion de have ar on fair clare, place, ray, high Of How Two Christ by glo with cho deigns this ry the sen to great

3 4

that three wit man vi

the di ness i sions

Church may sci ples es of fest to mys te

share, there, grace; day ry;

Which Where The What For

Christ Mo Fa glo which

up ses thers ry in

on and voice shall joy

the El from be ful

moun i out theirs strains

tain jah the a we

shows, where meet, The cloud pro bove who raise the

bright Lord claims joy voice

er holds His in of

than con on God prayer,

the verse ly with the

sun He high and Son a per fect hymn of

glows! sweet. loud. love. praise.

6. O Father, with thEternal Son, and Holy Spirit, ever One, Vouchsafe to bring us by Thy grace to see Thy glory face to face.

Mk 9:213, Mt 17:113, Lk 9:2836

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Tis Good, Lord, To Be Here

TRANSFIGURATION

Words: Joseph Armitage Robinson, 1888. Music: Potsdam adapted from Johann Sebastian Bach, 1750, by John Goss, 1854. Setting: John Goss, 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

2 2
1. Tis 2. Tis 3. Ful 4. Be 5. Tis good, good, fill fore good, Lord, Lord, er we Lord, to to of taste to be be the of be here, here, past, death, here. Thy Thy Pro We Yet glo ry beau ty mise of see Thy we may fills to things King not the be to dom re night; hold be, come; main;

2 2

Thy Where We We But

face Mo hail fain since

and ses Thy would Thou

gar ments, and El dy bo hold the bidst us

like i glor vi leave

the jah i sion the

sun, stand, fied bright mount,

Shine Thy And And Come

with mess our make with

un en re this us

bor rowed gers of demp tion hill our to the

light. old. see. home. plain.

Mk 9:213, Mt 17:113, Lk 9:2836, Rev 1:16, 21:2227

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LENT

Jesus Grant That Balm and Healing

72

Words: Johann Heermann, 1644. Translation composite. Music: Der Am Kreuz Johann Balthasar Knig, 1738. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Je 2. Should 3. If 4. Ev 5. O sus, some the ery my grant lust world wound God, that or my that my balm and sharp temp heart en pains or Rock and heal ta ti grieves To ing tion ces me, wer, In Prove On By Grant Thy ho ly too strong for the broad and Thy stripes, Lord, that in Thy wounds I find, flesh and blood, ea sy road is made whole; death I trust,

4 4

E very Let me With its When Im Know ing

hour think mirth faint, death

that up and Thy has

I on lur cross lost

am Thy ing re his

feel ing, Pas sion, vic es, vives me, po wer

Pains of bo dy And the breach is Let me think up Grant ing new life Since Thou troddst him

and of mind. soon made good. on the load to my soul. in the dust.

Should Or Thou Yea, Sa

some should didst Thy vior,

e vil Sa tan ry car com fort let Thine

thought press and ren a

with in me hard, en dure ders sweet gon y

Tempt my Let me That I Ev ery Ev er

treach erous then be flee all bit ter help and

heart on thoughts cup com

to my im I fort

sin, guard, pure, meet; me;

Show Say Ba For When

the per il, ing, "Christ for nish ing each Thy all a I die, be

and me wild ton my

from sin ning was wound ed," e mo tion, ing Pas sion Pro tec tion,

Keep That Calm Has Light

me the and pro and

ere temp blest cured Life

its ter in my and

first flee my souls Re

be con de sal sur

gin found vo va rec

ning. ed. tion. tion. tion.

6. Jesus, grant that balm and healing In Thy holy wounds I find, Every hour that I am feeling, Pains of body and of mind. And when I this world must leave, Grant that, Lord, to Thee I cleave, In Thy wounds find consolation And obtain my souls salvation
1Pt 2:24, Is 53:45, 1Cor 10:13, 2Cor 1:37 87877788

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A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth

LENT

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translation composite. Music: An Wasserflssen Babylon Wolfgang Dachstein, 1525. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. A Lamb goes 2. This Lamb is 3. "Yea, Fa ther, 4. Thou layst Him, 5. Lord, all my un Christ, yea, Love, life com the most u Ill plain souls will pon cleave ing great ing the to forth, Friend, ly cross, Thee, The The Ill With Thy guilt Lamb bear nails love of of what and for all God, Thou spear eer men our com Him be bear Sa man bruis hold ing; vior; dest; ing; ing,

4 4

And la den Him God the My will con Thou slayst Him er, Thee ev

with the Fa ther forms to as a as Thou

sins chose Thy lamb, ev

of to de His er

earth, send cree, loss me,

None else the To gain for I do what from soul and With lo ving

bur us Thou bod arms

den His de y en

shar fa man ooz fold

ing! vor. dest." ing; ing.

Goes "Go O From Yea,

pa forth, won bo Thou

tient My drous dy shalt

on, Son," Love, tis be

grow the what the my

weak Fa hast crim Bea

and ther Thou son con

faint, saith, done! flood light,

To "And The Of To

slaugh free Fa pre guide

ter men ther cious me

led from o sac safe

with the ffers ri through

out fear up fi deaths

com of His cial dark

plaint, death, Son! blood night.

That From The From And

spot guilt Son, soul, cheer

less life to and con dem de con tent, the strength of my heart in

o na scend an sor

ffer; tion. eth! guish: row;

Bears The O My Hence

shame wrath Love, gain forth

and and how it my

Is 53:112, Ex 12:5, Jn 1:29

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LENT

73(2)

stripes, stripes strong is; self

and are Thou sweet and

wounds hard art Lamb all

and to to to thats

death, bear, save! Thee mine

An But Thou What To

guish and by Thy bed dest can I Thee, my

mock Pa Him give, Sa

er ssion with whose vior,

y, men in love I

and shall the to con

saith, "Will share The grave Whose me For sign, From

ing fruit word me whom

all of the doth all

this I Thy sal moun tains make Thee things I

suf va ren lan bor

fer." tion." deth. guish? row.

6. From morn till eve my theme shall be Thy mercys wondrous measure; To sacrifice myself for Thee Shall be my aim and pleasure. My stream of life shall ever be A current flowing ceaselessly, Thy constant praise outpouring. Ill treasure in my memory, O Lord, all Thou hast done for me, Thy gracious love adoring. 7. Enlarge, my hearts own shrine, and swell, To thee shall now be given A treasure that doth far excel The worth of earth and heaven. Away with the Arabian gold, With treasures of an earthly mold! Ive found a better jewel. My priceless treasure, Lord my God, Is Thy most holy, precious blood, Which flowed from wounds so cruel.

8. This treasure ever Ill employ, This every aid shall yield me; In sorrow it shall be my joy, In conflict it shall shield me; In joy, the music of my feast, And when all else has lost its zest, This manna still shall feed me; In thirst my drink; in want my food; My company in solitude, To comfort and to lead me. 9. Of death I am no more afraid, New life from Thee is flowing; Thy cross affords me cooling shade When noondays sun is glowing. When by my grief I am oppressed, On Thee my weary soul shall rest Serenely as on pillows. Thou art my Anchor when by woe My bark is driven to and fro On troubles surging billows.

10. And when Thy glory I shall see And taste Thy kingdoms pleasure, Thy blood my royal robe shall be, My joy beyond all measure. When I appear before Thy throne, Thy righteousness shall be my crown With these I need not hide me. And there, in garments richly wrought As Thine own bride, I shall be brought To stand in joy beside Thee.

Is 53:112, Ex 12:5, Jn 1:29

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Lord Who Throughout These Forty Days


(also known as O Lord, Throughout These Forty Days)

LENT

Words: Claudia F. Hernaman, 1873. Music: St. Flavian Days Psalter, 1563. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Lord, 2. As 3. As 4. And 5. A who through out these Thou with Sa tan Thou didst hun ger through these days of bide with us, that for ty days For didst con tend, And bear, and thirst, So pen i tence, And so, this life Of us didst teach through suf didst the us, Thy fring fast and vic try gra cious pa ssion o ver pray, win, Lord, tide, past,

4 4

Teach O To Yea, An

us give die ev Eas

with Thee to us strength in to self, and er more in ter of un

mourn Thee chief life end

our to ly and ing

sins And fight, In live By death, Je joy We

close by Thee to Thee to con quer Thy most ho ly sus, with us a may at tain at

stay. sin. Word. bide. last.

Mt 4:12, Lk 4:113, Lv 9:23

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LENT

Savior When In Dust To Thee

75

Words: Robert Grant, 1815, alt. Music: Aberystwyth (Parry) Joseph Parry, 1879. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. Sa vior, 2. By Thy 3. By the 4. By Thine 5. By Thy when help sac hour deep in less red of ex dust in griefs dire pir to Thee fant years, that wept de spair, ing groan, Low By Oer By By we Thy the Thine the bow tha life of grave where a go sad sep dor want La ny ul ing and zrus of chral knee, tears, slept, prayer, stone,

4 4

When, re By Thy By the By the By the

pent ant, days of ing bod cross, the vault whose

to sore tears nail, dark

the dis that the a

skies tress flowed thorn, bode

Scarce In O Pier Held

we the ver cing in

lift sa Sa spear, vain

our vage lems and the

weep ing wild er loved a tor turing ri sing

eyes, ness, bode, scorn, God,

O by all the By the dread mys By the an guished By the gloom that O from earth to

pains ter sigh veiled heaven

and ious that the re

woes hour told skies stored,

Suff ered once for Of thin sult ing Treach er y lurked Oer the dread ful Might y, re as

man temp with sac cend

be ters in Thy ri ed

low, powr, fold, fice, Lord,

Bend Turn, From Lis Lis

ing O Thy ten ten,

from Thy turn a seat a to our lis ten

throne favr bove hum to

on high, ing eye, the sky, ble cry, the sigh

Hear Hear Hear Hear Of

our our our our our

pen pen pen pen pen

i i i i i

ten ten ten ten ten

tial tial tial tial tial

cry! cry! cry! cry! cry!

Ps 39:12, Ez 18:3032, Lk 18:13, Ps 86:3, Job 42:6

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When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

LENT

Words: Isaac Watts, 1707. Music: Rockingham Old Edward Miller, 1790. Setting: composite from "The Anglican Hymn Book", 1871 and "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

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3 4
1. When 2. For 3. See 4. His 5. Were I bid from dy the sur it, His ing whole vey Lord, head, crim realm the that His son, of wond I hands, like na rous should His a ture cross boast, feet, robe, mine, On Save Sor Spreads That which in row oer were the the and His a

3 4

Prince death love bo pre

of of flow dy sent

glo Christ min on far

ry my gled the too

died, God! down! tree; small;

My All Did Then Love

rich the eer I so

est vain such am a

gain things love dead maz

I that and to ing,

count charm sor all so

but me row the di

loss, most, meet, globe, vine,

And I Or And De

pour sac thorns all mands

con ri com the my

tempt fice pose globe soul,

on them so is my

all to rich dead life,

my His a to my

pride. blood. crown? me. all.

Gal 6:14, Rom 7:24

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PALM SUNDAY

All Glory, Laud, and Honor

77

Words: Theodulf of Orleans, circa 820. Translated by John Mason Neale, 1851. Music: Valet Will Ich Dir Geben or St. Theodulph Melchior Teschner, 1615. Setting: Presbyterian Hymnal, 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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Refrain

4 4
All glo ry, laud and hon or, To Thee, Re deem er, King,

4 4

To

Whom

the

lips

of

child

ren

Made

sweet

ho

san

nas

ring.

Verse

1. Thou 2. The 3. The 4. To 5. Thou

art com peo Thee, didst

the pa ple be ac

King of ny of of the fore Thy cept their

Is an He pa prais

rael, gels brews ssion, es;

Thou Are With They Ac

Da vids ro yal prais ing Thee on palms be fore Thee sang their hymns of cept the prayers we

Son, High, went; praise; bring,

To Refrain

Who And Our To Who

in mor prayer Thee, in

the Lords Name tal men and and praise and now high ex all good de

com all an alt light

est, things thems ed, est,

The Cre Be Our Thou

King and Bless ed at ed make re fore Thee we pre me lo dy we good and gra cious

One. ply. sent. raise. King.

Mt 21:9, Ps 148, 1Tim 1:17, Rev 4:811

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Hosanna, Loud Hosanna

PALM SUNDAY

Words: Jeanette Threlfall, 1873, alt. Music: Ellacombe from Gesangbuch der Herzogl. Hofkapelle, Wurttemberg, 1784. Setting: Presbyterian Hymnal, 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. Ho 2. From 3. "Ho san O san na, li na loud ho vet they in the san fol high na, the lowed mid est!" that lit an an tle child ren ex ul tant cient song we sang; crowd, sing,

4 4

Through The For

pil lared tor vic Christ is

court and palm branch our Re

tem wa dee

ple the ving, and mer, the

love chant Lord

ly ing of

an them clear and heavn our

rang. loud. King.

To The O

Je sus, Lord of may we

Who men ev

had and er

blessed an praise

them close gels rode Him with

fold ed on in heart and

to low life

His ly and

breast, state, voice,

The Nor And

child ren scorned that in His

sang their lit tle bliss ful

prais child pre

es, the ren should sence e

simp on ter

lest His nal

and bid ly

the ding re

best. wait. joice!

Mt 21:15, Jn 12:1213

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Over Kidron Jesus Treadeth

79

(also known as Over Kedron Jesus Treadeth or Over Cedron Jesus Treadeth)
Words: Thomas Hansen Kingo, 1689. Translated by J. Jeffrey, before 1866. Music: Over Kedron Jesus Traeder Ludvig Mathias Lindeman. Setting: "The Lutheran Hymnary", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. O 2. Da 3. See 4. See 5. But, ver Kid vid once, how, an how, in O flowrs, ron with guish that so Je heart struck, hour sad sus af He of ly tread flic fall dark wa eth ted, eth ness, tered To Crossed Pro Batt By His the strate, ling this pas Kid and with pure sion rons with the and for nar strug e prec us all; row strand, gling breath, vil powr, ious dew,

4 4

Ev Clouds Three A In

ery hu man of gloom and times on His gon ies un some bless ed

eye be grief a God He told as hour your

weep bout call sail blos

ing, him eth, Him, soms

Tears When Pray On Neath

of an ing His the

bit ex that soul ol

ter ile the the ive

grief let from his bit ter ar rows sha dows

fall! land. death showr; grew!

Round But, And All E

His O the the dens

Spi Je cup gar gar

rit sus, of den den

flock black doom flowrs did

the er may are not

foes, now go, wet bear

Place Bends Still With Aught

their the He the that

shafts cloud cries, drops can

and a in of with

bend bove all blood you

their bows, Thy brow, His woe: y sweat, com pare,

Aim Hast "Not From For

ing ing My His the

at the to deaths will, but an guished blood, thus

Sav ior sole ly, ry por tals drea Thine, O Fa ther!" frame dis till ing free ly giv en,

While For And Worlds Makes

the the the re my

world shame an demp soul

for and gels tion the

sakes Him sin of round Him thus ful heir of

whol mor ga fill hea

ly. tals. ther. ing! ven.

6. When as flowrs themselves I wither, When I droop and fade like grass, When the lifestreams through my pulses Dull and ever duller pass, When at last they cease to roll, Then, to cheer my sinking soul, Grace of Jesus, be Thou given Source of triumph! pledge of heaven!
Jn 18:1, Lk 22:3946, Mk 14:3242, Mt 26:3646, 2Sam 15:1323 87877788

80

Tis Midnight and On Olives Brow

GOOD THURSDAY

Words: William Bingham Tappan, 1822. Music: St. Cross John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Tis 2. Tis 3. Tis mid night, mid night, mid night, and and from on from the Ol all heavn ives re ly brow moved plains The Im Are star is man uel borne the

4 4

dimmed wres songs

that tles, that

late lone, an

ly with gels

shone; fears; know;

Tis Een Un

mid the heard

night, dis by

in ci mor

the ple tals

gar whom are

den He the

now loved strains

The Heeds That

suff ring not his sweet ly

Sa Mas soothe

vior ters the

prays grief Sa

a and viors

lone. tears. woe.

Mt 26:3645, Lk 22:3946, Mk 14:3241

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GOOD THURSDAY

Twas On That Dark, That Doleful Night

81

Words: Isaac Watts, 1709. Music: St. Cross John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Twas 2. Be 3. "This 4. For 5. For on that fore the is My us His us His dark, mourn bo flesh vi that ful dy, with tal dole scene broke nails blood ful be for was was night gan, sin; torn, spilt, When He Re He To powrs took ceive bore buy of the and the the

4 4

earth bread, eat scourge, par

and and the He don

hell blessed, liv felt of

a and ing the our

rose brake: food:" thorn; guilt,

A What Then And When,

gainst love took jus for

the through the tice black

Son all cup, poured crimes

of His and up of

Gods de ac tions blessed the on His big gest

light, ran! wine; head size,

And What "Tis Its He

friends won the hea gave

be drous new vy His

trayed words cov ven soul

Him of nant geance a

to grace in in sac

His He My our ri

foes: spake! blood." stead. fice.

6. "Do this," He cried, "till time shall end, In memory of your dying friend; Meet at My table, and record The love of your departed Lord."

7. Jesus, Thy feast we celebrate, We show Thy death, we sing Thy name, Till Thou return, and we shall eat The marriage supper of the Lamb.

1Cor 11:2326, Rom 3:2325, Mt 26:2628, Mk 14:2225, Lk 22:1420, 1Jn 4:10

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82

Go To Dark Gethsemane

GOOD THURSDAY

Words: James Montgomery, 1820. Music: Gethsemane or Petra Richard Redhead, 1853. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 90

4 4
1. Go to dark 2. Fol low to 3. Cal vrys mourn 4. Ear ly hast Geth the ful en se ma ne, judg ment hall, moun tain climb; to the tomb ye that feel the view the Lord of there, a dor ing where they laid His temp Life at breath ters powr; ar raigned; His feet, less clay;

4 4

Your Re deem ers O the worm wood a Mark that mir All is sol i

con and cle tude

flict see, the gall! of time, and gloom.

watch O Gods Who

with Him one the pangs His own sac ri has tak en

bit soul fice Him

ter sus com a

hour, tained! plete. way?

Turn not Shun not "It is Christ is

from His suf fring, fin ished!" risn! He

griefs a way; shame, or loss; hear Him cry; meets our eyes;

learn learn learn Sa

from Je sus from Christ to from Je sus vior, teach us

Christ to bear the Christ to so to

pray. cross. die. rise.

Mt 26:3668, 27:3156, 28:110, Mk 14:3265, 15:2039, Lk 22:3946, 22:6671, 23:2649, 24:112, Jn 19:1630, 20:118 777777

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Jesus, In Thy Dying Woes

83

Words: Thomas B. Pollock, 1870. Music: Words on the Cross The Litany William H. Monk, 1889. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
Part 1: "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." (Lk 23:34)

= 100

4 4
1. Je 2. Sa 3. O sus, vior, may in for we, Thy our who dy par mer ing woes, don sue, cy need, E ven When our Be like while Thy sins Thy Thee in life blood flows, pangs re new, heart and deed,

4 4

Cra ving par don For we know not When with wrong our

for what spir

Thy we its

foes; do: bleed:

Hear Hear Hear

us, us, us,

ho ho ho

ly ly ly

Je Je Je

sus. sus. sus.

Part 2: "To day shalt thou be with me in paradise." (Lk 23:43) 4.Jesus, pitying the sighs Of the thief, who near Thee dies, Promising him paradise; Hear us, holy Jesus. 5.May we, in our guilt and shame, Still Thy love and mercy claim, Calling humbly on Thy Name: Hear us, holy Jesus. 6.O remember us who pine, Looking from our cross to Thine; Cheer our souls with hope divine: Hear us, holy Jesus. Part 5: "I thirst." (Jn 19:28) 13.Jesus, in Thy thirst and pain, While Thy wounds Thy lifeblood drain, Thirsting more our love to gain: Hear us, holy Jesus. 14.Thirst for us in mercy still; All Thy holy work fulfill; Satisfy Thy loving will: Hear us, holy Jesus. 15.May we thirst Thy love to know; Lead us in our sin and woe Where the healing waters flow: Hear us, holy Jesus.

Part 3: "Woman, behold thy son! Behold thy mother!" (Jn 19:2627) 7.Jesus, loving to the end Her whose heart Thy sorrows rend, And Thy dearest human friend: Hear us, holy Jesus. 8.May we in Thy sorrows share, And for Thee all peril dare, And enjoy Thy tender care: Hear us, holy Jesus. 9.May we all Thy loved ones be, All one holy family, Loving for the love of Thee, Hear us, holy Jesus. Part 6: "It is finished" (Jn 19:30) 16.Jesus, all our ransom paid, All Thy Fathers will obeyed, All Thy suffrings perfect made: Hear us, holy Jesus. 17.Save us in our souls distress, Be our help to cheer and bless, While we grow in holiness: Hear us, holy Jesus. 18.Brighten all our heavenward way, With an ever holier ray, Till we pass to perfect day: Hear us, holy Jesus.

Part 4: "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" (Mt 27:46) 10.Jesus, whelmed in fears unknown, With our evil left alone, While no light from Heavn is shown: Hear us, holy Jesus. 11.When we vainly seem to pray, and our hope sems far away, In the darkness be our stay. Hear us, holy Jesus. 12.Though no Father seem to hear, Though no light our spirits cheer, Tell our faith that God is near: Hear us, holy Jesus. Part 7: "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit" (Lk 23:46) 19.Jesus, all Thy labor vast, All Thy woe and conflict past, Yielding up Thy soul at last: Hear us, holy Jesus. 20.When the death shades round us lower, Guard us from the tempers power, Keep us in that trial hour: Hear us, holy Jesus. 21.May Thy life and death supply Grace to live and grace to die, Grace to reach the home on high: Hear us, holy Jesus.

Lk 23:34, Lk 23:43, Jn 19:2627, Mt 27:46, Jn 19:28, Jn 19:30, Lk 23:46

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84

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

GOOD FRIDAY

Words: Bernard of Clairvaux, 1153. Translated by James W. Alexander, 1830. Music: Passion Chorale or Herzlich Tut Mich Verlangen Hans Leo Hassler, 1601. Adapted by J.S. Bach, 1729. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1729. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. O 2. What 3. Men 4. Now 5. My sac Thou, mock from bur red my and Thy den Head, Lord, taunt cheeks in now hast and has Thy wound suf jeer van Pas ed, fered, Thee, ished sion, with was Thou their Lord, grief all no co Thou and for ble lor hast shame weighed sin ners coun ten once so borne for down, gain; ance, fair; me,

4 4

Now Mine, Though From For

scorn mine migh Thy it

ful ly was the ty worlds red lips was my

sur trans shall is trans

round gres fear ban gres

ed sion, Thee ished sion

with but and the which

thorns, Thine flee splen brought

Thine the be dor this

on dead fore that woe

ly ly Thy was on

crown; pain. glance. there. Thee.

O Lo, How Grim I

sac red here I art thou death, with cast me

Head, what fall, my pale with cru el down be

glo Sa an ri fore

ry, vior! guish, gor, Thee,

what Tis with hath wrath

bliss I sore robbed were

till de a Thee my

now serve buse of right

was Thy and Thy ful

Thine! place; scorn! life; lot;

Ps 22:68, Is 53:45, Jn 10:1415, 10:2728, Heb 12:2

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84(2)

Yet, Look How Thus Have

though on doth Thou mer

des me Thy hast cy,

pised with vis lost I

and Thy age Thy im

gor fa lan vi plore

y, I vor, vouch guish that gor, Thy Thee; Re

joy safe once strength deem

to call to me was bright in this er, spurn

Thee Thy as sad me

mine. grace. morn! strife. not!

6. What language shall I borrow to thank Thee, dearest friend, For this Thy dying sorrow, Thy pity without end? O make me Thine forever, and should I fainting be, Lord, let me never, never outlive my love to Thee. 7. My Shepherd, now receive me; my Guardian, own me Thine. Great blessings Thou didst give me, O source of gifts divine. Thy lips have often fed me with words of truth and love; Thy Spirit oft hath led me to heavenly joys above. 8. Here I will stand beside Thee, from Thee I will not part; O Savior, do not chide me! When breaks Thy loving heart, When soul and body languish in deaths cold, cruel grasp, Then, in Thy deepest anguish, Thee in mine arms Ill clasp. 9. The joy can never be spoken, above all joys beside, When in Thy body broken I thus with safety hide. O Lord of Life, desiring Thy glory now to see, Beside Thy cross expiring, Id breathe my soul to Thee. 10. My Savior, be Thou near me when death is at my door; Then let Thy presence cheer me, forsake me nevermore! When soul and body languish, oh, leave me not alone, But take away mine anguish by virtue of Thine own! 11. Be Thou my consolation, my shield when I must die; Remind me of Thy passion when my last hour draws nigh. Mine eyes shall then behold Thee, upon Thy cross shall dwell, My heart by faith enfolds Thee. Who dieth thus dies well.

Ps 22:68, Is 53:45, Jn 10:1415, 10:2728, Heb 12:2

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85

Stricken, Smitten, and Afflicted

GOOD FRIDAY

Words: Thomas Kelly, 1804. Music: O Mein Jesu, Ich Muss Sterben or Wo Ist Jesus, Mein Verlangen from Geistliches Volkslied, 1850. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 180

6 4
1. Strick 2. Tell 3. Ye 4. Here en, me, who we smitt en, ye who think of have a and a hear Him sin but firm foun fflic ted, groan ing, light ly, da tion, See Was Nor Here Him there sup the dy e pose re ing ver the fuge on the grief like ev il of the tree! His? great, lost.

6 4

Tis the Friends through Here may Christ the

Christ by fear His view its Rock of

man cause na our

re dis ture sal

ject own right va

ed; Yes, ing, Foes ly, Here tion, Christ

my in its the

soul, tis He, tis sul ting his dis guilt may est i Name of which we

He! tress: mate. boast.

Tis Man Mark Lamb

the y the of

long ex hands were Sac ri God for

pec raised fice sin

ted to ap ners

pro phet, wound Him, point ed! wound ed!

Da vids None would See Who Sac ri

Son, in bears fice

yet ter the to

Da vids pose to aw ful can cel

Lord; save; load! guilt!

Proofs I But the Tis the None shall

see su deep est Word, the ev er

ffic stroke Lords be

ient that A con

of it: pierced Him noint ed, found ed

Tis Was Son Who

a the of on

true and stroke that Man, and Him their

faith ful Jus tice Son of hope have

Word. gave. God. built.

Is 53:36, Acts 4:1112, Rom 4:25

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Awake, My Heart, With Gladness

86

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translated by John Kelly, 1867, alt. Music: Auf, Auf, Mein Herz mit Freuden Johann Crger, 1648. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

3 4
1. A wake, my 2. They in the on the 3. Up 4. A sight it 5. Hell and its heart, with grave did grave is is to prince, the glad sink stand glad de ness, See Him, The ing The den; And vil, Of what foe He fill all to held ro the their day ju look heart powrs is bi ing with are done; lee; round; glee, shorn;

3 4

How af ter Be fore he The foe, no No more af Now I am

gloom and can be more with fright or safe from

sad think stand sad e

ness, Comes him, Lo! ing, His den Shall vil, And

forth Christ wea aught, sin

the a pons or I

glo gain on take laugh

rious is the from to

Sun. free. ground me scorn.

My And Throws My Grim

Sa vior "Vic to down, his trust or Death with

there ry" hell for all

was He ish ti his

laid cries, powr tude, might

Where And To Or Can

our bed wav ing Christ must a ny not my

must towrds he prec soul

be the give ious af

made skies oer, good fright;

When His And The He

to ban to Sa is

the ner, the vior a

realms while Vic bought powr

of the tors for less

light field bands me form,

Our Is Must In How

spi by yield sovr eer

rit the his eign he

wings He feet love rage

its ro and and and

flight. held! hands. free. storm.

6.The world against me rageth Its fury I disdain; Though bitter war it wageth Its work is all in vain. My heart from care is free, Misfortune now is play, No trouble troubles me, And night is bright as day. 7.I cleave now and forever To Christ, a member true, My Head will leave me never, Whateer He passeth through. He treads the world beneath His feet, and conquers death And hell, and breaks sins thrall; Im with Him through it all.

8.To halls of heavenly splendor With Him I penetrate; And trouble neer may hinder Nor make me hesitate. No enemy I fear, Because my Head is near; My Savior is my Shield, By Him all rage is stilled. 9.He brings me to the portal That opens into bliss, Where graved in words immortal This golden scripture is: "Whos there despised with me, Here with me crownd shall be; Who there with Me shall die, Heres raised with me on high!"
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Col 2:1315, 1Cor 15:4258, Rom 6:111, 1Pt 1:39, Is 41:120, Rom 8:3539, Rev 20:13

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Christ Arose
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EASTER

Words: Robert Lowry, 1874. Music and Setting: Christ Arose Robert Lowry, 1874. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

4 4
1. Low 2. Vain 3. Death in ly can the they not grave watch keep He His his lay bed prey Je Je Je sus sus sus my my my Sa Sa Sa vior! vior! vior!

4 4

Wait Vain He

ing ly tore

the they the

co seal bars

ming the a

day dead way

Je Je Je

sus sus sus

my my my

Lord! Lord! Lord!

Up

from the grave

He

rose,

With

might

tri

umph oer

His

He

a rose!

foes;

He a

rose a

Vic tor from the

dark do main, And He

lives for

ev

er with His

He a rose!

saints

to reign. He a

rose!

He a

rose!

Hal le

lu jah! Christ a

rose!

He a rose!

He a rose!

Jn 2:1922, Mt 28:6

Irregular

EASTER

Christ Jesus Lay In Deaths Strong Bands


(also known as In Deaths Strong Bands)

88

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Christ lag in Tobes Banden or Torgau from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. Christ 2. No 3. But 4. It 5. Here Je son Je was the sus lay in of man could sus Christ, Gods a strange and true Pas chal deaths strong con quer on ly dread ful Lamb we bands, For Death, Such Son, To strife When see, Whom our mis our life God of chief low and so fen sin state death free ses had de con ly

4 4

giv wrought scend ten gave

en; But us, For ed, The ded; The us; He

now in cause vic died

at no of to on

Gods right cence dwelt Death He ry re the ac

hand not has mained cur

He on un with sed

stands, earth, done, life; tree

And And His The So

brings there power reign strong

us life from fore Death had for ev er of death was His love! to

Hea brought end end save

ven. Where fore to us In ed, Ru ined ed. Stripped of us. See, His

let thrall all power, blood

us dom his no doth

joy from right more mark

ful of and it our

be, And old And claim And reigns, An door; Faith

sing to ev er left him emp ty points to

God right grew more no thing form a it, Death

thank strong but lone pas

ful and the re ses

ly Loud bold And name, His mains Deaths oer, And

songs kept sting sting Sa

of us is is tan

Al in lost lost can

le lu his bon for ev for ev not harm

ia! dage. er. er! us.

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

6.So let us keep the festival Where to the Lord invites us; Christ is Himself the joy of all, The Sun that warms and lights us. By His grace He doth impart Eternal sunshine to the heart; The night of sin is ended! Alleluia! 1Cor 15:5457, Acts 2:24, 1Cor 5:7b, 2Tim 1:10

7.Then let us feast this Easter day On the true Bread of Heaven; The Word of grace hath purged away The old and wicked leaven. Christ alone our souls will feed; He is our Meat and Drink indeed; Faith lives upon no other! Alleluia! 8 7 8 7 7 8 7 with Alleluia

89

Christ The Lord Is Risen Today (Lyra)

EASTER

Words: Stanzas 17, Charles Wesley, 1739. Stanzas 810, 14th Century; translated in Lyra Davidica. Music: Llanfair Robert Williams, 1817. Setting: John Roberts, 1837. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. Christ, 2. Loves 3. Vain 4. Lives 5. Soar the re the a we Lord, deem stone, gain now is ing the our where risen to work is watch, the glor ious Christ hath day, done, seal, King, led, Al Al Al Al Al le le le le le lu lu lu lu lu ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

4 4

Sons Fought Christ Where, Follow

of the hath O ing

men fight, burst death, our

and the the is ex

an ba gates now al

gels ttle of thy ted

say, won, hell, sting? Head,

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

Raise your Lo! the Death in Once He Made like

joys Suns vain died Him,

and ec for our like

tri lipse bids souls Him

umphs is His to we

high, oer, rise, save, rise,

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

Sing, Lo! Christ Where Ours

ye He hath thy the

heavens, and sets in pened o vic to cross, the

earth, re blood no par a ry, O grave, the

ply, more, dise, grave? skies,

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

6.Hail, the Lord of earth and Heaven, Alleluia! Praise to Thee by both be given, Alleluia! Thee we greet triumphant now, Alleluia! Hail, the resurrection, thou, Alleluia! 7.King of glory, Soul of bliss, Alleluia! Everlasting life is this, Alleluia! Thee to know, Thy power to prove, Alleluia! Thus to sing and thus to love, Alleluia!

8.Hymns of praise then let us sing, Alleluia! Unto Christ, our heavenly King, Alleluia! Who endured the cross and grave, Alleluia! Sinners to redeem and save. Alleluia! 9.But the pains that He endured, Alleluia! Our salvation have procured, Alleluia! Now above the sky Hes King, Alleluia! Where the angels ever sing. Alleluia!

10.Jesus Christ is risen today, Alleluia! Our triumphant holy day, Alleluia! Who did once upon the cross, Alleluia! Suffer to redeem our loss. Alleluia!

Mt 28:56, Lk 24:47, 1Cor 15:5557, 1Pt 1:1821, Rev 5:913

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Christ The Lord Is Risen Today (Lyra)

90

Words: Stanzas 17, Charles Wesley, 1739. Stanzas 810, 14th Century; translated in Lyra Davidica. Music: Orientis Partibus or Redhead 45 traditional French. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1893. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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4 4
1. "Christ, 2. Loves 3. Vain 4. Lives 5. Soar the re the a we Lord, deem stone, gain now is ing the our where risen work watch, glor Christ to is the ious hath day!" done, seal, King led Sons Fought Christ Where, Follow of the hath O ing men fight, burst death, our and the the is ex an ba gates now al gels ttle of thy ted say, won, hell! sting? Head;

4 4

Raise Lo! Death Once Made

your the in He like

joys Suns vain died Him,

and ec for our like

tri umphs lipse is bids His souls to Him we

high, oer, rise, save, rise,

Sing, ye heavens, and Lo! He sets in Christ hath o pened to Where thy vic Ours the cross, the

earth, blood par ry, grave,

re ply! no more. a dise! O grave? the skies.

6.Hail, the Lord of earth and Heaven: Praise to Thee by both be given. Thee we greet triumphant now; Hail, the resurrection, thou. 7.King of glory, Soul of bliss, Everlasting life is this, Thee to know, Thy power to prove, Thus to sing and thus to love.

8.Hymns of praise then let us sing Unto Christ, our heavenly King Who endured the cross and grave Sinners to redeem and save. 9.But the pains that He endured Our salvation have procured. Now above the sky Hes King Where the angels ever sing.

10.Jesus Christ is risen today, Our triumphant holy day. Who did once upon the cross Suffer to redeem our loss.

Mt 28:56, Lk 24:47, 1Cor 15:5557, 1Pt 1:1821, Rev 5:913

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91

I Know That My Redeemer Lives

EASTER

Words: Samuel Medley, 1775. Music: Duke Street John Hatton, 1793. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. I 2. He 3. He 4. He 5. He know lives lives lives lives that to tri to to my bless um grant si Re me phant me lence deem with from rich all er His the sup my lives; love, grave, ply, fears, What He He He He com lives lives lives lives fort to e to to this plead ter guide wipe sweet for nal me a sen me ly with way tence a to His my gives! bove. save, eye, tears

4 4

He He He He He

lives, lives lives lives lives

He my all to to

lives, who gry hun glo rious com fort calm my

once was soul to in the me when trou bled

dead; feed, sky, faint, heart,

He He He He He

lives, lives lives lives lives

my to ex to all

ev help alt hear bless

er in ed my ings

liv time there souls to

ing of on com im

Head. need. high. plaint. part.

6. He lives, my kind, wise, heavenly Friend, He lives and loves me to the end; He lives, and while He lives, Ill sing; He lives, my Prophet, Priest, and King.

7. He lives and grants me daily breath; He lives, and I shall conquer death: He lives my mansion to prepare; He lives to bring me safely there.

8. He lives, all glory to His Name! He lives, my Jesus, still the same. Oh, the sweet joy this sentence gives, I know that my Redeemer lives!

Job 19:25, Ps 104:3334

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EASTER

Jesus Christ Is Risen Today

92

Words: 14th Century Bohemian Latin carol. Stanzas 13 translated in John Arnolds Compleat Psalmist, 1749. Stanza 4 Charles Wesley, 1740, alt. Music: Easter Hymn from Lyra Davidica, 1708. Setting: composite found in "Church Praise: with tunes", 1885. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Je 2. Hymns 3. But 4. Sing sus Christ is of praise then the pain which we to our risn let He God to day, us sing, en dured, a bove, Al Al Al Al le le le le lu lu lu lu ia! ia! ia! ia!

4 4

Our Un Our Praise

tri um phant to Christ, our sal va tion ter nal e

ho heavn hath as

ly day, ly King, pro cured, His love,

Al Al Al Al

le le le le

lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia!

Who did Who en Now a Praise Him,

once, dured bove all

up the the you

on cross sky heavn

the and Hes ly

cross, grave, king, host,

Al Al Al Al

le le le le

lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia!

Suf Sin Where Fa

fer ners the ther,

to re to re an gels Son, and

deem deem ev Ho

our and er ly

loss, save, sing, Ghost,

Al Al Al Al

le le le le

lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia!

Mt 28:6, Lk 24:57

7 7 7 7 with Alleluias

93

Jesus Christ Who Came to Save


(also known as Jesus Christ Today is Risen or Jesus Christ Our Savior True or Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior)

EASTER

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1883. Music: Jesus Christus Unser Heiland, Der Den Tod (Klug) from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Je sus Christ, who 2. Who with out en 3. Life and mer cy, came to save, sin was found, sin and death, And Bore All o our in ver trans His came the grave, res sions wound. hands He hath;

4 4

Is He Them

now a ris is our Sa Hell de li

en, And sin hath viour, And brings us ver, Who trust in

bound in pri to Gods fa Him for ev

son. Ky ri e vor. er.

lei

son.

1Cor 15:2526, Rom 6:411, Heb 4:1516

76575

EASTER

The Strife Is Oer, The Battle Done

94

Words: from Symphonia Sirenum Selectarum, Kln, 1695; translated by Francis Pott, 1861. Music: Victory or Palestrina Giovanni P. da Palestrina, 1591. Setting: William Henry Monk, 1861. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

3 4
Al le lu ia, Al le lu ia, Al le lu ia.

3 4

1. The strife is 2. The powrs of 3. On that third 4. He closed the 5. Lord, by the

oer, the death have morn He yawn ing stripes which

bat done rose gates wound

tle their a of ed

done; worst; gain hell; Thee,

The tri and Je In glor The bars From deaths

umph sus ious from dread

of hath ma heavns sting

the His jes high Thy

Lord foes ty por ser

is dis to tals vants

won; persed; reign; fell; free,

O Let Let shouts O let Let songs That we

the of us of may

song praise swell joy live,

of and the His and

praise be joy out joy ful tri umphs sing to

sung: burst: strain. tell. Thee.

Al Al Al Al Al

le le le le le

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

= 140

Al

le

lu

ia,

Al

le

lu

ia,

Al

le

lu

ia.

Acts 2:2224, Rom 5:1011, 6:910, Is 12:16, 1Cor 15:5457, 2Tim 1:10, Eph 2:16, Is 53:35

8 8 8 with Alleluias

95

Lo, God To Heavn Ascendeth

ASCENSION

Words: Gottfried Wilhelm Sacer, 1661. verses 15,7 Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox, 1841. verse 6 translator unknown. Music: Von Gott will ich Nicht Lazen Johann Crger, 1640. Setting: "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs Zum Gebrauch" Fridrich Layriz, 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Lo, 2. With 3. No 4. Christ 5. May God to Heavn as joy is Heavn re more the way is is our place pre we, His ser vants, cen soun hid par thi deth! ding den, ing; ther Through Christs Since to In out glad Christ Heavn heart its re our we, and re turn Head too, mind gions to a shall as vast see; rose: rise, cend,

4 4

With Be No And, And

shouts tri um phant hold the saints sur more to man for ic joys an gel let us sing to

blend roun bid shar ge

eth ding den ing, ther:

the the The Be "We

trum Lord road where seek

pets thrill who set to Heavn our trea Thee, Christ,

ing them that sure our

blast: free. goes. lies: friend,

Sing Bright Our There Thee,

praise to Christ the myr iads, throng ing, Lord is gone be may each heart be al ted Gods ex

Lord; come; fore; found! Son,

sing the yet Where our

praise che here Je Life,

with rub He sus and

ex ul band re will not Christ has Way to

ta joi leave en Hea

tion, ces, us, tered, ven,

King And And There To

of loud soon let whom

each hea then ser a phic in Heavn re our Hope be all powr is

na voi ceive cen giv

tion, ces us tered; en,

the Wel and Our our

God come o course Joy

of Hosts a Mes si ah pen wide the still heavn ward and Hope and

dored! home. door. bound. Crown."

6.Farewell with all thy treasures, O world, to falsehood givn! Thy dross gives no true pleasures; We seek the joys of Heavn: The Savior is our Prize; He comforts us in sadness, And fills our hearts with gladness; to Him we lift our eyes.

7.When, on our vision dawning, Will break the wishedfor hour Of that all glorious morning, When Christ shall come with power? O come, thou welcome day! When we, our Savior meeting, His second advent greeting, Shall hail the heavnsent ray.

Ps 47:19, Ps 24:110, Acts 1:611, Jn 14:13, 1Tim 3:16

76766776

ASCENSION

The Cloud Received Christ From Their Sight

96

Words: Brian J. Dumont, 09 Dec 2008. Music: Azmon Carl G. Glser, 1828. Setting: Lowell Mason, 1839. copyright: Words: Copyright 2008, Brian J. Dumont. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 200

3 2
1. The 2. The 3. On 4. Ap 5. On cloud cloud Si pear moun re kept nais ing tain ceived Christ safe Gods height the on the high Christs from peo cloud mer face their ple did cy did sight. They as Through rest To seat with shine like stood, their mouths a the dry sea they make a home be in the in most sun, a bla zing gape. trod, low. place, light.

3 2

Re And The the The

mind led Ark Tem cloud

ed of the them through the first then His ple showed Gods once more ap

things wild writ pro peared

He er ten mi on

taught His ness; They Word His ses to earth a

peo ple still do tru ly walked with pre sence now would save our fal len tru ly fear ful

wait. God! show. race. sight.

6. While here in flesh You taught us, Lord The object sure and right: To see our Fathers glory bright, To have eternal life. 7. A goal beyond our reach Youve shown; We cannot pay the price. No work of ours atones for sin, We cannot set things right. 8. You are the Truth, You are the Way for us to see His face. You died for us a sinners death abandoned in our place.

9. On Easter day, Lord, You were raised Firstfruits of our new Life; And in the cloud we see the day When joy will end all strife. 10. We wait to see the clouds return To be with us below, When You fulfill Your promises To bring us to Your home. 11. And though we wait to see You now We know that You are near. Your promises to build our faith Are stronger than our fear.

12. You give us faith by Your strong Word In water, wine, and bread. The Spirit works through earthly means, in pastures green were fed. Special thanks for this text goes to Dr. Norman Nagel, whose insights inspired it.

Acts 1:911, Jn 14:26, Ex 14:1925, 19:1620, 25:10, 31:18, 34:45, Lv 16:12, 2Chr 5:1114, Mt 17:15, Jn 17:3, Lk 12:59, 1Cor 6:1920, Rom 5:1221, Jn 14:16, Ps 65:23, Mt 27:46, 1Cor 15:20, Mt 28:20, Rom 10:17, Col 2:12, Mt 26:2628, Ps 23 8686

97

See, The Lord Ascends In Triumph


(also known as See, the Conqueror Mounts in Triumph)

ASCENSION

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1862, alt. Music: Rex Gloriae Henry Thomas Smart, 1868. Setting: "Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. See, 2. Who 3. While 4. Now 5. He the Lord as is this that He lifts His our heavn ly has raised our cends comes hands Aa hu in in in ron man tri glo bless en na umph; ry, ing, ters, ture see with He with in the the is His the King trump part blood, clouds in of ed with to ro ju from in Gods yal bi His the right state, lee? friends veil; hand;

4 4

Ri Lord While Josh There

ding of their ua we

on the bat tles, ea ger now is sit in

clouds, God eyes come heavn

His of be to ly

char arm hold Ca pla

iot, ies, Him, naan, ces,

To He He and there

His has up the with

heavn gained on kings Him

ly the the be in

pal ace gate. vic tor y. cloud as cends; fore Him quail; glo ry stand:

Hark! He He Now Je

the Who Who He sus

choirs on walked plants reigns,

of the with the a

an cross God tribes dored

gel voi ces did suf fer, and pleased Him, rael of Is by an gels;

Joy He preach in man

ful who ing their with

al from truth pro God

le the and mised is

lu grave doom rest on

ias a to ing the

sing, rose, come, place; throne;

And He He, Now Might

the has our our y

por tals van quished E noch, great El Lord, in

high sin is i Thine

are and trans jah as

lift ed Sa tan, la ted of fers cen sion

To re ceive He by death to His ev dou ble por we by faith

their has er tion be

heavn spoiled last of hold

ly His ing His our

King. foes. home. grace. own.

Ps 68:18, Eph 4:815, Acts 1:611, Lk 24:5035, Jn 14:111

87878787

ASCENSION

97(2)

6. Ho ly Ghost, Il 7. See Him, Who is 8. Raise us up from 9. So at last, when 10. Glo ry be to

lum gone earth He God

in a tor, be fore us, to Hea ven, ap pear eth, the Fa ther,

shed Heavn give we Glo

Thy beams up ly man sions us wings of from out our ry be to

on to faith graves God

our pre and may the

eyes, pare, love, spring, Son,

Help us to look See Him, who is Gales of ho ly With our youth re ing, risn, as Dy

up ev as newed cend

with Ste phen, er plead ing pir a tions like eag les, ing for us,

and For waft flock who

to see us with ing us ing round the heavn

be pre to our ly

yond vail realms Heavn realm

the ing a ly has

skies, prayer, bove; King. won;

Where See That, Caught Glo

the Son Him, who with hearts up on ry to

of with and the the

Man sound minds clouds Ho

in of up of ly

glo ry trum pet, lift ed, Hea ven, Spir it,

Stand and we and To

ing is at with His an with Christ our may meet Him One God in

Gods gel Lord in Per

right ic may the sons

hand, train, dwell, air, Three;

Beck Sum Where Rise Glo

ning on His mon ing the He sits en to realms where ry both in

mar world throned He earth

tyr ar to judg in glo is reign and Hea

my, ment, ry ing, ven,

suc cor ing His on the clouds will in His heavn ly and may reign for glo ry, end less

faith come Cit ev glo

ful band. a gain. a del. er there. ry, be.

Ps 68:18, Eph 4:815, Acts 1:611, Lk 24:5035, Jn 14:111

87878787

98

Breathe on Me, Breath of God

PENTECOST

Words: Edwin Hatch, 1878. Music: Aylesbury or Wirksworth found in John Chethams Psalmody, 1718. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1904. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Breathe 2. Breathe 3. Breathe on on on me, me, me, breath breath breath of of of God, God, God, Fill Un So me til shall with my I life heart ne a is ver new, pure, die,

4 4

That I may Un til with But live with

love what Thou dost Thee I will one Thee the per fect

love, And do what will, To do and life Of Thine e

Thou wouldst to en ter ni

do. dure. ty.

Ez 37:59, Gen 2:7, Is 42:5

6686

PENTECOST

Come Down, O Love Divine

99

Words: Bianco of Siena d. 1434. Translated by Richard F. Littledale, 1867. Music: Down Ampney Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906. Setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Come down, O 2. O let it 3. Let ho ly 4. And so the love free char yearn di ly it ing vine, burn, y strong, seek til mine with Thou earth out which this ly ward the soul pas ves soul of sions ture will

4 4

mine, turn be, long,

And To And Shall

vis dust low far

it and li out

it ash ness pass

with es be the

Thine own in its come mine powr of

ar heat in hu

dor con ner man

glow su cloth tell

ing. ming; ing; ing;

O And True For

Com let low none

fort Thy li can

er, glor ness guess

draw ious of its

near, light heart, grace,

with shine which till

in ev takes he

my er the be

heart on hum come

ap my bler the

pear, sight, part, place

And And And Where

kin dle clothe me oer its in the

it, Thy round, the own short Ho ly

ho ly flame be while my path il com ings weeps with Spir it makes His

stow lum loath dwell

ing. ing. ing. ing.

Acts 2:23, Rom 5:5, Ez 36:2628, Jn 14:1617, Jn 14:26

6 6 11 6 6 11

100

Come Holy Spirit, Lord Our God


(also known as Come Holy Ghost, God and Lord)

PENTECOST

Words: v. 1 ancient Latin. v.23 Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozel Russell (18061874). Music: Komm Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott ancient Latin found in Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1883 after Erythraeus, 1609. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Come, Ho ly 2. O, ho liest 3. O ho liest Spi Light! Fire! rit, O O Lord Rock Source our a of God, dored! rest! And Give Grant pour Thy us Thy that with gifts light, joy of Thy and

4 4

grace liv hope

a ing pos

broad; Word, sest,

Thy To And

faith God in

ful Him Thy

peo self ser

ple our vice

fill spir kept

with its for

bles sing, lead ing, ev er,

Loves With Naught

fire Him us

their as from

hearts chil Thee

po dren may

ssess plea se

ing. ding. ver.

O Lord, Thou From er ror, Lord, may Thy

by Lord, powr

Thy our pre

heavn souls pare

ly de each

Light fend, heart;

Dost That To

ga ther they on our weak

and Christ na

in a ture

Lk 11:13, Rom 5:5, 1Cor 12:13, Jn 16:1314, 2Tim 1:14

8 8 9 7 8 8 9 9 with Alleluias

PENTECOST

100(2)

faith lone strength

u at im

nite tend; part,

Through In On

all Him ward

the with to

world faith press,

a un our

ho feigned foes

ly a de

na tion bid ing, fy ing,

To In To

sing Him Thee,

to with through

Thee all liv

with their ing

ex might and

ul con through

ta fid dy

tion, ing. ing.

Hal

le

lu

jah!

Hal

le

lu

jah!

Lk 11:13, Rom 5:5, 1Cor 12:13, Jn 16:1314, 2Tim 1:14

8 8 9 7 8 8 9 9 with Alleluias

101

Come, God Creator, Holy Ghost


(also known as Creator, Spirit, Holy Dove or Come Holy Ghost, Creator Blest)

PENTECOST

Words: variously ascribed to Ambrose, Gregory the Great, Charlemagne, or Rhabanus Maurus. Translated by Martin Luther, 1524. Translated from German to English by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1883. Music: Komm, Gott Schoepfer Heiliger Geist ancient Latin found in Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. Come, 2. For 3. Our 4. Thou 5. Drive God Com minds with far Cre fort il Thy from a er lu won us tor, Thy mine drous our Ho name and sevn wi ly we re fold ly Ghost, call. fresh, gifts foe; And Sweet Deep The Grant vis gift in fin us it of our ger Thy Thou God hearts art bless these most let of d souls high love Gods peace of a burn right with men; bove, bright; hand; in,

4 4

Fill them A ho Thou knowst The Fa That in

with ly the thers Thy

gra unc weak Word foot

ces, tion ness Thou steps

as to of send we

Thou us our est may

dost, all flesh; swift go,

Thy O And On And

crea Fount strength tongues shun

tures of en of the

make life, us fire dark

pure Fire with to ways

a of Thy each of

gain. love. might. land. sin.

6. Teach us the Father well to know, Likewise His only Son our Lord, Thyself to us believing show, Spirit of both, aye adored

7. Praise to the Father, and the Son Who from the dead is risen again; Praise to the Comforter be done Both now and ever. Amen.

Jn 14:16, Acts 2:14, 1Cor 12:711

8887

PENTECOST

Holy Ghost, with Light Divine

102

Words: verses 16 Andrew Reed, 1817. verses 713 Samuel Longfellow, 1864. Music: Canterbury or Song 13 Orlando Gibbons, 1623. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Ho 2. Let 3. Ho 4. Ho 5. Ho ly Ghost, with me see my ly Ghost, with ly Ghost, with ly Spir it, light di vine Sa viors face, powr di vine joy di vine all di vine, Shine Let Cleanse Cheer Dwell up on this me all His this guil ty this sad dened with in this heart of beau ties heart of heart of heart of mine; trace; mine; mine; mine;

4 4

Chase Show In Yield Cast

the shades of those glo rious Thy mer cy red, a sac down ev ery

night a truths to pit y set tled i dol

way, me me, peace, throne,

Turn Which From Let Reign

the are sins it su

dark on bon grow preme,

ness ly dage and and

in known set still reign

to to me in a

day. Thee. free. crease. lone.

6. See, to Thee I yield my heart, Shed Thy life through every part; A pure temple I would be, Wholly dedicate to Thee. 7. Holy Spirit, Truth divine, Dawn upon this soul of mine; Word of God and inward light Wake my spirit, clear my sight. 8. Holy Spirit, Love divine, Glow within this heart of mine; Kindle every high desire; Perish self in Thy pure fire. 9. Holy Spirit, Power divine Fill and nerve this will of mine; Grant that I may strongly live, Bravely bear, and nobly strive.

10. Holy Spirit, Right divine, King within my conscience reign; Be my Lord, and I shall be Firmly bound, forever free. 11. Holy Spirit, Peace divine, Still this restless heart of mine; Speak to calm this tossing sea, Stayed in Thy tranquility. 12. Holy Spirit, Joy divine, Gladden Thou this heart of mine; In the desert ways I sing, "Spring, O Well, forever spring." 13. Now incline me to repent, Let me now my sins lament, Now my foul revolt deplore, Weep, believe, and sin no more.

Jn 14:1617, Jn 4:24, Acts 2:24

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Holy Spirit, Ever Dwelling

PENTECOST

Words: Timothy Rees, 1922. Music: Ebenezer or TonYBotel Thomas J. Williams, 1890. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 180
3

8 4
3

1. Ho ly 2. Ho ly 3. Ho ly

Spir it, Spi rit, Spir it,

ev ev ev

er er er

dwel breath work

ling ing ing

in the on the through the


3

ho church chur

liest the chs

realms breath mi

of light of life ni stry

8 4
3 3 3 3

Ho ly Spir it, ly Spir it, Ho Quick ning, strength ning,

ev ev and

er er ab

brood stri solv

ing ving ing

oer a world through your peo set ting cap


3

of ples tive

gloom cease sin

and blight less strife ners free

3 3 3 3 3

Ho Ho Ho

ly ly ly

Spir it, Spir it, Spir it,

ev ev ev

er er er

rais ing form ing bind ing

earth bound in the age to

souls to church the age and

glo mind soul

ry of to

high Christ soul

Liv ing, life im In our wor ship In com mu ni

part ing we will ty un

Spir praise end

it you ing

you we for your you we


3

praise fruit wor

and and ship

mag gifts and

ni fy. un priced. ex tol.

Gen 1:12, 1Cor 12:1214, Eph 3:79

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PENTECOST

The Comforter Has Come

104

Words: Frank Bottome, 1890. Music: The Comforter Has Come William J. Kirkpatrick, 1890. Setting: "Pentecostal Hymns, No. 2", 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 95

3 4
1. O 2. The 3. Lo, 4. O 5. Sing, spread long, the bound till the long great less the ti dings night is King of love di ech oes round, past, kings, vine! fly wher the with how a ev morn heal shall bove er ing ing this the man breaks in tongue vault is at His of ed found, last, wings, mine sky, Wher And To To And

3 4

ev er hu hushd the dread ev ry cap wond ring mor all the saints

man ful tive tals a

hearts wail soul tell bove

and and a the to

hu fu full match all

man ry de less be

woes a of the liv rance grace di low re

bound; blast, brings; vine; ply,

Let As And That In

ev oer thro I, strains

ry the the a of

Chris gold va child end

tian en cant of less

tongue hills cells hell, love

pro the the should the

claim day song in song

the ad of His that

joy vanc tri im neer

ful es umph age will

sound: fast! rings; shine! die:

The The The The The

Com Com Com Com Com

fort fort fort fort fort

er er er er er

has has has has has

come! come! come! come! come!

The

Com

fort er has

come,

The

Com

fort er has

come!

The

Ho

ly Ghost from

heavn,

The

Fa

thers

pro

mise

givn;

spread

the

ti

dings

round,

Wher

ev

er

man is

found:

The

Com

fort

er

has

come!

Jn 14:16, Ps 23:4, Is 40:12, 66:1214

12 12 12 6 12 12 12 6

105

God the Father Be Our Stay


(also known as God the Father With Us Stay or God the Father With Us Be)

TRINITY

Words: 15th Century Litany, adapted by Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Gott Der Vater, Wohn Uns Bei from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: composite from Landgraf Moritz, 1612 and "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

1. God 2. Je 3. Ho 1(alt). Tri

the sus ly une

Fa Christ Ghost, God,

ther, be be be

be Thou Thou Thou

our our our our

Stay, When Stay, Stay, Stay,

hells dread powrs as

sail

us;

Cleanse us

from our

sins, we pray, Nor

in

our

last hour

fail

us.

Keep us

from the

vil

One; Firm in

the

faith

bid

ing,

In

Christ our

Sa

vior

hid

ing,

And heart i

ly

con fid

ing.

Let us put Gods

ar mor on: With all true

Christ

ians

run

ning Our

heavn ly

race and

shun

ning The de

vils

wiles

and cun

ning.

men,

men,

this

be

done,

So sing

we,

Hal

le

lu

jah!

Mt 6:713, Ps 31:13, Eph 6:1017, Ps 55:22, Is 46:4

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Holy God, We Praise Thy Name

106

Words: attr. Ignaz Franz, 1774. Translated by Clarence A. Walworth, 1858. Music: Te Deum or Hursley or Grosser Gott, wir Loben Dich from Katholisches Gesangbuch, Maria Theresa, 1774. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. Ho 2. Hark! 3. Lo! 4. Ho ly the the ly God, loud a Fa we ce post ther, praise les o Ho Thy tial lic ly Name; hymn train Son, Lord An Join Ho of gel the ly all, cho sa Spi irs we a cred rit,

3 4

bow bove Name Three

be are to we

fore rai hal name

Thee! sing, low; Thee;

All Cher Pro While

on u phets in

earth bim swell es

Thy and the sence

scep ser loud on

ter a re ly

claim, phim, frain, One,

All In And Un

in un the div

Hea ven a ceas ing white robed id ed

bove cho mar God

a rus tyrs we

dore prais fol claim

Thee; ing; low; Thee;

In Fill And And

fin the from a

ite Thy hea vens with morn to dor ing

vast sweet set bend

do ac of the

main, cord: sun, knee,

Ev Ho Through While

er ly, the we

last ho Church own

ing ly, the the

is ho song my

Thy ly, goes ster

reign. Lord. on. y.

Ps 103:3, Heb 13:15, Rev 46

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107

Isaiah, Mighty Seer, In Days of Old


(also known as These Things the Seer Isaiah did Befall or Isaiah twas the Prophet)

TRINITY

Words: Martin Luther, 1526 as the Sanctus of the German Mass, after Is 6:14. Translation composite. Music: Jesaia Dem Propheten das Geschah Martin Luther, 1526 in the German Mass. Setting: Erythraeus, 1608. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Is ai ah, might y seer, in days of old The Lord of all in Spir it did be hold

4 4

High on a

loft y throne, in

splen dor bright,

With flow ing

train that filled the

Tem ple quite.

A bove the

throne were state ly

ser

a phim,

Six wings had

they, these mess en

gers of Him.

With twain they

veiled their fa ces,

as was meet,

With twain in

rev erent awe they

hid their feet,

And with the

o ther twain a

loft they soared,

One to the

o ther called and

praised the Lord:

Is 6:14, Rev 4:8

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

TRINITY

107(2)

"Ho

ly

is

God, the Lord of

Sa ba oth!

Ho

ly

is

God, the Lord of

Sa ba oth!

Ho

ly

is

God, the Lord of

Sa ba oth!

Be

hold, His

glo ry fill eth

all the earth!"

The beams and

lin tels trem bled

at the

cry,

And clouds of

smoke en wrapped the

throne on high.

Is 6:14, Rev 4:8

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

108

We All Believe in One True God


(also known as In One True God We All Believe)

TRINITY

Words: Medieval text expanded by Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite. Music: Wir Glauben all an Einen Gott, Schoepfer or Apostolic Creed Medieval tune altered by Martin Luther. Found in Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: "Eisenach Kirchenconserenz", G.v. Tucher et. al. , Stuttgart, 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

1. We 2. We 3. We

all all all

be lieve be lieve con fess

in in the

one Je Ho

true sus ly

God, Christ, Ghost,

Who cre His own Who sweet

a ted Son, our grace and

earth and hea Lord, pos ses com fort giv

ven, sing eth

The Fa ther, who to us in love An e qual God head, throne, and might, And with the Fa ther and the Son

Hath the right of Source of ev ery In e ter nal

chil dren gi grace and bless y liv glor

ven. ing. eth;

He Born Who

both of the

soul and bo dy feed Ma ry, vir gin mo Church, His own cre a

eth, ther, tion,

All we need He By the pow er Keeps in u ni

doth of ty

pro the of

vide Spir spi

us; it, rit.

He through snares Made true man, Here for give

and our ness

per el and

ils der sal

lead Bro va

eth, ther, tion

1Jn 5:20, Is 41:913, Jn 1:14, 1Jn 4:910, 1Cor 12:3, Rom 8:2627

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Watch That Dai

ing the ly

that no harm be tide lost might life in her come through Je sus mer

us. it; it.

He car Was cru All flesh

eth ci shall

for fied rise,

us for and

day sin we

and ful shall

night, men be

All things are gov erned And raised by God to In bliss with God e

by His might. life a gain. ter nal ly.

1Jn 5:20, Is 41:913, Jn 1:14, 1Jn 4:910, 1Cor 12:3, Rom 8:2627

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109

Holy Holy, Holy

TRINITY

Words: Reginald Heber, 1826. Music: Nicaea John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Ho 2. Ho 3. Ho 4. Ho ly, ly, ly, ly, ho ho ho ho ly, ly, ly, ly, ho ho ho ho ly! ly! ly! ly! Lord God Al All the saints a though the dark ness Lord God Al migh dore hide might ty! Thee, Thee, y! Ear Cast Though All ly in the ing down their the eye of Thy works shall

4 4

morn ing our gold en crowns a ful man Thy sin praise Thy Name, in

song shall rise to round the glass y glor y may not earth, and sky, and

Thee; sea; see; sea;

Ho Che On Ho

ly, ho ly, ru bim and ly Thou art ly, ho ly,

ho ser ho ho

ly, a phim ly; ly;

mer fall there mer

ci ing is ci

ful down none ful

and be be and

might fore side might

y! Thee, Thee, y!

God in three Who was, and Per fect in God in three

Per sons, is, and powr, in Per sons,

bless ev love, bless

ed er and ed

Tri ni more shall pur it Tri ni

ty! be. y. ty!

Rev 4:411, Is 6:3

66666655

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

110

Words: Martin Luther, 1529. Translation composite circa 1868 Pennsylvania Lutheran Church Book. Music: Ein Feste Burg (Rhythmic) Martin Luther, 1529. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 160

1. A 2. With 3. Though 4. The

might might dev Word

y of ils they

For ours all still

tress can the shall

is our God, nau ght be done, wor ld should fill, let re main

A Soon All Nor

trust were ea an

y Shield and our loss ef ger to de y thanks have

Weap fect vour for

on; ed; us. it;

He But We Hes

helps for trem by

us free us fights ble not, our side

from the we up

ev Val fear on

ery iant no the

need One, ill, plain

That Whom They With

hath us now oer tak God Him self e le shall not o ver power His good gifts and Spi

en. cted. us. rit.

The old Ask ye, This worlds And take

e Who prince they

vil is may our

Foe this? still life,

Now means dead ly woe; Je sus Christ it is. Scowl fierce as he will, Goods, fame, child and wife,

Deep Of He Let

guile and great might Sab a oth Lord, can harm us none, these all be gone,

Are his dread And theres none Hes judged; the They yet have

arms oth deed no

in er is thing

fight; God; done; won;

On Earth He holds One lit The King

is the tle dom

not field word ours

his e for ev can fell re main

qual. er. him. eth.

2Sam 22:23, Ps 18:12, 1Cor 15:5557, Rom 8:3739

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111

If God Had Not Been on Our Side

REFORMATION

(also known as Had God not Come, May Israel Say or Were God Not With Us At This Time)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite. Music: Wr Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (1524) from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1610. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. If God had 2. Their fur ious 3. Blest be the not been on wrath, did God Lord, who foiled our per their side mit, threat And Would That had not come to sure ly have con they could not de aid sumed vour us, us us;

4 4

The And Our

foes with as a souls, like

all their powr deep and yawn birds, es caped

and ing their

pride pit net,

Would With They

sure ly have dis life and limb en could not ov er

mayed tombed powr

us; us. us.

For we, His Like men oer The snare is

flock, would have whom dark wa bro ken we

to ters are

fear roll free!

The Their Our

threat of men wrath would have help is ev

both en er,

far gulfed Lord,

and our in

near soul Thee,

Who And, Who

rise like mad

in a est

might flood, earth

a gainst oer whelmed and hea

us. us. ven.

Ps 124:18, Rom 8:3139

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If God Had Not Been on Our Side

112

(also known as Had God not Come, May Israel Say or Were God Not With Us At This Time)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite. Music: Wr Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (1537) from Walters Hymnal, 1537. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. If God had 2. Their fur ious 3. Blest be the not been on our wrath, did God per Lord, who foiled their side And had not mit, Would sure ly threat That they could come to aid have con sumed not de vour us, us us;

4 4

The And Our

foes with as a souls, like

all their powr and deep and yawn ing birds, es caped their

pride pit net,

Would sure ly With life and They could not

have dis mayed limb en tombed ov er powr

us; us. us.

For we, Like men The snare

His oer is

flock, whom bro

would dark ken

have wa we

to ters are

fear roll free!

The threat Their wrath Our help

of would is

men have ev

both far and en gulfed our er, Lord, in

near soul Thee,

Who rise And, like Who mad

in a est

might a gainst flood, oer whelmed earth and hea

us. us. ven.

Ps 124:18, Rom 8:3139

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Look Down, O Lord, From Heaven Behold

REFORMATION

(also known as O God, from Heaven Look Down or O God, Look Down from Heaven and See)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox, 1864. Music: Ach Gott vom Himmel from Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Karl August Haupt, 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Look 2. With 3. God 4. For 5. The down, O Lord, from frauds which they them sure ly will up this, saith God, I sil ver sevn times heavn selves root will tried be in all a is hold, vent those rise, pure And Thy With These From let truth vain wolves all thy they de my a pit have ceits flock dult y con who are er wa foun store ren a ken! ded; us, ding; tion;

4 4

How Their With Ive So,

few hearts haugh heard through

the flock with are not with ty tongue who my peo ples Gods word, shall

in one God bit men

thy con o ter en

fold, sent ppose, sighs dure

Ne On And To Each

glec ted and for thy pure doc trine say, "Wholl stand be heavn my throne as tri al and temp

sa ground fore cend ta

ken! ed; us? ing: tion:

Al And, By Now Its

most thoult seek whilst they gleam right or might will I up, worth gleams bright

for with we and er

faith in out ward will pre set at through the

vain, show, vail; rest cross,

And They What Each And,

those lead we wear pur

who thy de y i

should thy peo ple ter mine soul by fied from

truth to can fraud hu

main and not op man

tain fro, fail, prest, dross,

Thy In For The It

Word err who poor shines

from ors can with through

us maze lord might e

have a it de very

ta stound oer fend na

ken. ed. us?" ing. tion.

6. Thy truth thou wilt preserve, O Lord, From this vile generation; Make us to lean upon thy word, With calm anticipation. The wicked walk on every side When, mid thy flock, the vile abide In powr and exaltation.
Acts 20:2832, Lk 18:78, 1Jn 2:1823 8787887

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Look Down, O Lord, From Heaven Behold

114

(also known as O God, from Heaven Look Down or O God, Look Down from Heaven and See)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox, 1864. Music: Es ist das Heil uns Kommen Her traditional German circa 1400 from Etlich Christlich Lider, Wittenberg, 1524. Setting: Karl August Haupt, 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Look 2. With 3. God 4. For 5. The down, O Lord, from frauds which they them ly will up sure this, saith God, I sil ver sevn times heavn selves root will tried be in all a is hold, vent those rise, pure And Thy With These From let truth vain wolves all thy they de my a pit y have con ceits who flock are dult er wa foun store ren a ken! ded; us, ding; tion;

4 4

How Their With Ive So,

few hearts haugh heard through

the flock with are not with ty tongue who my peo ples Gods word, shall

in one God bit men

thy con o ter en

fold, sent ppose, sighs dure

Ne On And To Each

glec ted and for thy pure doc trine say, "Wholl stand be heavn my throne as tri al and temp

sa ground fore cend ta

ken! ed; us? ing: tion:

Al And, By Now Its

most thoult seek whilst they gleam right or might will I up, worth gleams bright

for with we and er

faith in out ward will pre set at through the

vain, show, vail; rest cross,

And They What Each And,

those lead we wear pur

who thy de y i

should thy peo ple ter mine soul by fied from

truth to can fraud hu

main and not op man

tain fro, fail, prest, dross,

Thy In For The It

Word from us ors maze err who can lord poor with might shines through e

have a it de very

ta stound oer fend na

ken. ed. us?" ing. tion.

6. Thy truth thou wilt preserve, O Lord, From this vile generation; Make us to lean upon thy word, With calm anticipation. The wicked walk on every side When, mid thy flock, the vile abide In powr and exaltation.
Acts 20:2832, Lk 18:78, 1Jn 2:1823 8787887

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Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Thy Word

REFORMATION

Words: Martin Luther, 1541. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863. Music: Erhalt Uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort from Klugs "Geistliche Lieder auffs new gebessert", 1543. Setting: Hans Leo Hassler, unknown date. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 150

1. Lord, 2. Lord 3. O

keep us stead fast in Thy Je sus Christ, Thy powr make of price less Com fort er

Word; known, worth,

Curb For Send

those who fain by Thou art Lord of peace and u ni

craft and lords a ty on

sword lone; earth.

Would De Sup

wrest the king dom from Thy fend Thy Christ en dom that port us in our fi nal

Son we strife

And May And

set ev lead

at naught all He hath er more sing praise to us out of death to

done. Thee. life.

Ps 119:510, 2Jn 1:9, Jn 8:31, Eph 4:36

8888

REFORMATION

The Mouth of Fools Doth God Confess


(also known as Although the Fools Say with Their Mouth)

116

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Es spricht der Unweisen Mund from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1610. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. The mouth of 2. The Lord looked 3. But none there 4. How long, by 5. There fore their fools down was fol heart doth God from his who walked ly blind is ne con high with ly ver fess, towr God, led, still, But On For Will A while all all ye fall their man a op ing lips kind side press leaf draw be had the dis nigh low slid need mays Him, Him, den, y, them;

4 4

Their To De And God

heart is see if lu sive eat my is with

full an paths peo him

of wick ed y owned His of fol ly ple up like who doth His

ness, powr, trod, bread? will,

And And And So Who

all their tru ly fo llowed fierce are trusts him

deeds sought lusts ye, and

de to for and o

ny know bid greed beys

Him. Him; den; y! Him;

Co rrupt are Who all their Not one there In God they But ye the

they, and der un was who put no poor mans

ev stand prac trust hope

ery ing ticed at des

one bent good, all, pise,

A To And Nor And

bom in ab le search His ho ly yet they deemed, in will on Him in laugh at him, een

works Word, haugh trou when

hath in ty ble he

done; tent mood, call, cries,

There To Their But That

is do deeds be God

not his must their is

one will sure own his

well in ly pro sure

do earn please vi com

er. est. Him. ders. fort.

6. Who shall to Israels outcast race From Zion bring salvation? God will himself at length show grace, And loose the captive nation; That will he do by Christ their King; Let Jacob then be glad and sing, And Israel be joyful.

Ps 53:16, Lk 4:1721, Ps 14:17, Ps 118:46

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All Who Believe and Are Baptized


(also known as He That Believes and Is Baptized)

BAPTISMAL LIFE

Words: Thomas Hansen Kingo, 1689. Translation by George Alfred Taylor Rygh, 1909, alt. Music: Es ist das Heil uns Kommen Her German circa 1400 from Etlich Christlich Lider, Wittenberg, 1524. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. All 2. With who be lieve and one ac cord, O are bap tized shall God, we pray: grant see us the Lords sal thy Ho ly va Spi tion; rit;

4 4

bap look

tized in thou on

to our

the in

death of Christ, they firm it y through

are Je

a new cre sus blood and

a mer

tion. it.

through Grant

Christs us

re demp to grow

tion in

they grace

shall each

stand day

a that

mong by

the glor this sac

ious ra

heavn ment

ly we

band may

of e

ev ter

ery nal

tribe life

and in

na her

tion. it.

Mk 16:16, Rom 6:34, Titus 3:47, Jude 1:2021, Is 53:45, Col 2:1114, Rev 7:1314

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Baptized Into Thy Name Most Holy

118

Words: Johann Jakob Rambach, 1734. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863 and August Crull, 1884. Music: O Dass Ich Tausend Zungen Htte (Dretzel) Kornelius Heinrich Dretzel, 1731. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 140

3 4
1. Bap tized in 2. My lov ing 3. And I have 4. My faith ful 5. Yes, all I to Thy Fa ther, vowed to God, Thou am and Name here fear fail love most doth and est most ho ly, take me love Thee nev er, dear ly, O Fa ther, To be hence And to o Thy cov nant To Thee I Son, forth bey sure of and His Thee, ly fer

3 4

Ho child Lord, will now

ly and a a the

Ghost, heir; lone; bide; whole;

I My I Oh, O

claim a faith ful felt Thy cast me let me

place, Sa Ho not make

though vior, ly a my

weak now Spi way vows

and doth rit for sin

low ly, make me move me, ev er cere ly,

A The I Should Take

mong Thy fruit of dared to I trans full pos

seed, all pledge gress ses

Thy His my it sion

cho sor self on of

sen rows Thine my my

host. share; own, side! soul!

Bur My Re But Let

ied Com noun if naught

with fort cing I with

Christ er sin fall in

and will to hide me,

dead com keep not naught

to fort the Thy I

sin, me faith face, own,

Thy When And Re Serve

Spi rit dark est war with store Thy a ny

now clouds e child, will

shall a vil Lord, save

live with round I un to by Thy Thine a

in. see. death. Grace. lone.

6.Hence, Prince of darkness, hence forever, For I belong now to my God! Tis true, I sinned; but my dear Savior Hath cleansed me with His holy blood. Away, vain world, sin, leave me now, I turn from you; God hears my vow. Mt 28:19, Rom 6:24, Gal 3:2627, Ps 51:1012, Rom 14:89

7.And never let my purpose falter, O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, But keep me faithful to Thine altar, Till Thou shalt call me from my post; So unto Thee I live and die, And praise Thee evermore on high. 989888

119

I Bind Unto Myself Today

BAPTISMAL LIFE

Words: attributed to St. Patrick of Ireland (circa 387466). Paraphrased by Cecil F. Alexander, 1889. Music: St. Patricks Breastplate Charles V. Stanford, 1902. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. I 2. I 3. I 4. I 5. I bind bind bind bind bind un this un un un to day to to to my to my my my self me self self self to for the to to day The ev er By pow er Of day The day The strong Name pow er of the great vir tues pow er of of faith, love of God the Christs of the to

3 4 3 4

Tri in cher star hold

ni car u lit and

ty, na bim; heav lead,

tion; en,

By His The The His

in bap sweet glor eye

vo tism "Well ious to

ca in done" suns watch,

tion the in life His

of Jor judg giv might

the dan ment ing to

29

same riv ho ray, stay,

er, ur,

The His The The His

Three death ser white ear

in on vice ness to

One Cross of of hear

and for the the ken

One my ser moon to

in sal a at my

Three. va tion; phim, ev en, need.

Mt 28:19, Ps 91:4, 2Cor 13:14

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2. His 3. Con 4. The 5. The

burst fes flash wis

ing sors ing dom

from faith, of of

the A the my

spic pos light God

d tles ning to

tomb, word, free, teach,

His The The His

rid Pa whirl hand

ing triarchs ing to

up the pray ers, the winds tem guide, His

heavn ly pro phets pest uous shield to

way, scrolls, shocks, ward;

His All The The

com good sta word

ing deeds ble of

at done earth, God

the un the to

day to deep give

of the salt me

doom Lord sea speech,

I And A His

bind pu round heavn

un ri the ly

to ty old host

my of e to

self vir ter be

to gin nal my

day. souls. rocks. guard.

6. Against the demon snares of sin, The vice that gives temptation force, The natural lusts that war within, The hostile men that mar my course; Or few or many, far or nigh, In every place and in all hours, Against their fierce hostility I bind to me these holy powers. 7. Against all Satans spells and wiles, Against false words of heresy, Against the knowledge that defiles, Against the hearts idolatry, Against the wizards evil craft, Against the death wound and the burning, The choking wave, the poisoned shaft, Protect me, Christ, till Thy returning.

8. Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me, Christ before me, Christ beside me, Christ to win me, Christ to comfort and restore me. Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ in quiet, Christ in danger, Christ in hearts of all that love me, Christ in mouth of friend and stranger. 9. I bind unto myself the Name, The strong Name of the Trinity, By invocation of the same, The Three in One and One in Three. By Whom all nature hath creation, Eternal Father, Spirit, Word: Praise to the Lord of my salvation, Salvation is of Christ the Lord.

Mt 28:19, Ps 91:4, 2Cor 13:14

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You People Who Now Are Baptized

BAPTISMAL LIFE

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1667. Translated by Brian J. Dumont, March 2011. Music: Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1610. copyright: Words: Copyright 2011, Brian J. Dumont. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. You peo 2. Be fore 3. Your soul 4. The ma 5. Then washed ple held and jes clean who in bo ty in now are bap your mo thers dy turned with that ter ri this ho ly tized arm, in, fies flood, Gods From Sin Was The gra cious love your time of filled you like all Gods pres wa ter of sur con a ence Bap

4 4

rounds cep poi brought ti

you. tion, son. you. sm;

By Christs Name Quite hos tile Con cern for Your fault you In stilled faith

youre now re cog to the Laws al neigh bor pa per could not rect if in Christs ho ly

nized; Pon arms Let thin; Gods y; An blood Brought

der there love xi to

what be was et the

hap pened no de simp ly y con Fa thers

to cep for sumed King

you: tion. eign. you. dom,

Whose A Then A Your

work sin raised slave heart

was ner by of re

it born God sin built

which of the and with

fash sin Lord Sa in

ioned ners of tan your

you, Whose seed; Still Life To held Trapped breast, New

Rom 6:311, Col 2:1115, Num 6:27, Mt 28:1920, Rev 3:12, Ps 51:510, 1Pt 3:2122, Gal 3:27, Acts 2:3839, 22:16 8 7 8 7 8 8 7

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120(2)

in God glow in na

born Him in a ture

na self His pri filled

ture for e son with

that He slew, you would bleed, ter nal Light bound for hell right eous ness,

When He Your Death Your

you took robe was ev

first on of your ery

gained flesh white on sin

His pro to save is gleam ly fu for giv

mise? you. ing. ture. en!

6. It washes all your sins away And makes you pure and holy. Hells hold on you was lost that day, Gods freedom for the lowly. You are now truly Gods dear child An heir of heaven undefiled With crown to cast before Him. 7. Your nature lost in Adams fall, Corrupt through generations, Refreshed now in the waterfall A perfect new creation! The death of death before your eyes: Gods power must be recognized. Hells demons lie defeated! 8. Now we can gladly draw to Christ And boldly ask His blessing Because of Jesus sacrifice, Our sins upon Him pressing. The Father looks on us and sees Christs holiness and His good deeds: White robes givn by His merit.

9. This holy bath ... What powr displays! What wondrous gracefilled cleansing; None on their own can eer appraise The value of their raising. The Word of God in simple form Can calm the tempest and the storm. It brings peace to your spirit. 10. Plain water cannot wash our sin Nor clean our inward spirit, But water with Gods promise can Bring all the Father wills it. The water that floods over you From Gods command has strength imbued. His Name is placed upon you. 11. Too precious to repay somehow, Just grateful thanks we offer. Christs work has been delivered now To you through Word and water. Nothing but Christs atoning work In you could kill deaths ugly smirk Youre now refreshed and holy.

12. Now gladly live as Gods dear child Proclaim to all His Gospel Shine to the world; be undefiled... A beacon to all people. Till called home to eternal joy With new song that well all employ To cast our crowns before Him.

Rom 6:311, Col 2:1115, Num 6:27, Mt 28:1920, Rev 3:12, Ps 51:510, 1Pt 3:2122, Gal 3:27, Acts 2:3839, 22:16 8 7 8 7 8 8 7

121

Have Mercy On Me, O My God

CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

Words: Brian L. Penney, 2007. Music: Third Mode Melody Thomas Tallis, 1567. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906, alt. copyright: Words: Copyright 2007, Brian L. Penney. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

1. Have mer cy 2. O purge me

on now

me, and

O Ill

my be

God clean,

Ac As

cor clean

ding to Your and white as

grace; snow;

Ac O

cor ding wash me

to in

Your ten der the Blood of

Love Christ,

Blot Make

out me

trans gres sions Your glad ness

great; know;

For Cre

I ate

ac in

know me

ledge a

all my sin, clean heart, Lord,

Be Re

fore new

my me

face they tho rough

stand; ly;

= 90

A Re

gainst You store sal

on va

ly tions

have joy

I a

sinned, Theres gain, Up

e vil hold me

on ten

my der

hands. ly.

Ps 51:119, Is 43:2528, Col 2:1314, Acts 3:1821

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CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

Lord Jesus Think On Me

122

Words: Synesius of Cyrene, circa 430. Translated by Allen W. Chatfield, 1876. Music: Southwell William Damans Psalter, 1579. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Lord 2. Lord 3. Lord 4. Lord 5. Lord Je Je Je Je Je sus, sus, sus, sus, sus, think think think think think on on on on on me me, me me me And With A Nor When purge a ma nya mid the let me floods the way care bat go tem my op tles a pest sin; pressed; strife; stray; high;

4 4

From Let In Through When

earth me all dark on

born pas sions Thy lo ving my pain and ness and per doth rush the

set me ser vant mi se plex it e ne

free And be And ry Be y Point my, O

make taste Thou Thou Sa

me pure Thy pro my Health the heavn vior, be

with mised and ly Thou

in. rest. Life. way. nigh!

6. Lord Jesus, think on me That, when the flood is past, I may theternal brightness see And share Thy joy at last.

7. Lord Jesus, think on me That I may sing above To Father, Spirit, and to Thee The strains of praise and love.

Ps 51:612, Heb 4:1516, Ps 119:133, Lk 23:4243

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123

O Lord My Soul Convicted


(also known as Here Lord My Soul Convicted)

CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

Words: James Maxwell, 1759. Music: Winchester New from "Musikalisches Handbuch", Hamburg, 1690. Setting: Charles Lewis Hutchins, 1896. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. O 2. But 3. I 4. There, 5. A Lord, thanks know I maz my to my be ing soul God, fig hold wis con its leaf with dom, vic loud right won powr ted a eous der, and stands larms ness Lord! love, Of Have Can That Dis

4 4

break warnd neer Christ playd

ing me Thy hath to

all of bro to re

Thy ap ken Thy bels

ten proach law law from

com ing re re a

mands: And harms; And dress; Yet stord Those bove! Do

on now, in ho Thou,

me O the nors O

just Lord, gos on Lord,

ly my pel tha my

mightst wants plan ton faith

Thou I I ing in

pour see, see, day, crease

Thy Lost Theres Which To

wrath and hope guil love

in un of ty and

one done, par sin trust

e I don ners Thy

ter come een took plan

nal to for a of

showr. Thee. me. way. grace.

Mt 22:3446, Eph 5:1521

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CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

Out of the Deep I Cry to Thee


(also known as From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee)

124

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozer Russell (18061874). Music: Aus Tiefer Not (Luther) or Af Dybsens Nd Martin Luther from Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1725. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Out of the 2. But love and 3. For this, my 4. And though I 5. What though our deep I grace with hope in wait the sins are cry to Thee pre God shall live long man i Thee; O vail, O rest, Naught night And fold? Su Lord God, build till preme God, our ing the His hear sins on morn mer my for my re cy cry giv mer turn reign ing: ing; it; eth, eth;

4 4

In The My My No

cline ho heart heart lim

Thy liest con un it

gra deeds fides, doubt can

cious ear to can naught a of Him pos ing trusts His His hand with

me, With vail Of sest, His might Nor hold, Where

prayer all good in ev

to be ness im il

Thee ap fore Thee stays my pa tience most ob

ply liv spi mourn tain

ing. ing. rit. eth. eth.

For Be His Born He

if fore prec of the

Thou Thee ious His good

fix none word Spi Shep

Thy can as rit, herd

search boast sur Is is

ing him eth ra a

eye clear; me; el lone,

On There My In Who

all fore sol the Is

sin must ace, right rael

and each my Way will

in Thy sure thus re

iq judg Rock far deem

ui ment is eth and

ty, fear, he, well, own,

Who, And Where And For

Lord, can live on on my on his giv ing

stand be fore Thy com pas soul a bid God re pos all trans gres

Thee? sion. eth. eth sion.

Ps 130, Eph 2:89, Rom 5:2021, 1Tim 1:14

8787887

125

Out of the Deep I Cry to Thee

CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

(also known as From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee)


Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozer Russell (18061874). Music: Aus Tiefer Not (Strassburg) or Strassburg from Kpfels Gesangbuch, Strassburg, 1525. Setting: Karl August Haupt, 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Out 2. But 3. For 4. And 5. What of love this, though though the and my I our deep I grace with hope in wait the sins are cry to Thee pre God shall live long man i Thee; O vail, O rest, Naught night And fold? Su Lord God, build till preme God, our ing the His hear sins on morn mer my for my re cy cry giv mer turn reign ing: ing; it; eth, eth;

4 4

In The My My No

cline Thy gra cious ho liest deeds can heart con fides, of heart un doubt ing lim it can His

ear naught Him trusts hand

to me, With a vail Of pos sest, His His might Nor with hold, Where

prayer all good in ev

to Thee ap be fore Thee ness stays my im pa tience il most ob

ply liv spi mourn tain

ing. ing. rit. eth. eth.

For Be His Born He

if fore prec of the

Thou Thee ious His good

fix none word Spi Shep

Thy can as rit, herd

search boast sur Is is

ing him eth ra a

eye clear; me; el lone,

On There My In Who

all fore sol the Is

sin must ace, right rael

and each my Way will

in Thy sure thus re

iq judg Rock far deem

ui ment is eth and

ty, fear, He, well, own,

Who, And Where And For

Lord, live on on giv

can on my his ing

stand Thy soul God all

be com a re trans

fore pas bid pos gres

Thee? sion. eth. eth sion.

Ps 130, Eph 2:89, Rom 5:2021, 1Tim 1:14

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CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION

While Oer Our Guilty Land, O Lord

126

Words: verses 13, Samuel Davies, 1769. alt. verses 46, Brian J. Dumont, 15 Nov 2010. Music: Federal Street Henry K. Oliver, 1832. Setting: "The Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal" (Ohio Synod), 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 130

4 4
1. While oer our 2. On You, our 3. See, we re 4. We are the 5. Christ is our guil guar pent, old, on ty dian we the ly land, O God, we weep, we sick, the right eous Lord, call; mourn; lame; ness, We Be To We His view fore our blind death the Your for and for terr throne sa deaf us ors of ken cry is

4 4

of grace God Je our

Your we we sus re

sword, fall; turn; Name. dress.

O But O We Your

where is spare plead pro

can there our Your mise

all no guil mer stron

the de ty cy ger

help livr coun for than

less ance try, His our

fly? there? spare sake, sin;

To And The And Blot

whom but must we Church which trust that out O

You per You You Lord

di ish have will what

rect in plant not we

their des ed for have

cry? pair? there. sake. been.

6. We are your children after all, Redeemed by Christ after the fall. Marked with Your Name in Baptism, Our home remains in Your Kingdom.

Ps 51:119, Ezra 9:515, 1Kgs 8:4653, Job 42:16

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127

At The Lambs High Feast

LORDS SUPPER

Words: Latin, circa 6th Century. Translated by Robert Campbell, 1849. Music: Sonne der Gerechtigkeit Czech, Kirchengeseng, 1566. Setting: Brian J. Dumont, 31 Dec 2009. copyright: Words and Music, public domain. Setting: Copyright 2009 Brian J. Dumont. This setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided it is not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. At 2. Praise 3. Where 4. Praise 5. Might the we the we y Lambs Him, Pas Christ, Vic high whose chal whose tim feast love blood blood from we di is was the sing, vine poured, shed, sky, Praise Gives Deaths Pas Hells to His dark chal fierce our sac an Vic powrs vic tor ious red blood for gel sheathes his tim, Pas chal be neath Thee King, wine, sword; Bread; lie;

4 4 4 4

Who Gives Is With Thou

has washed us His bo dy raels hosts tri cer i sin hast con quered

in for um ty in

the the phant and the

tide Flow feast, Christ go Through love Eat fight, Thou

ing from the Vic the wave we Ma hast brought

his tim, that nna us

pierc Christ drowns from life

d the the a and

side; Priest. foe. bove. light;

A A A A A

lle lle lle lle lle

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

6. Now no more can death appall, Now no more the grave enthrall; Thou hast opened Paradise, And in Thee Thy saints shall rise.

7. Paschal triumph, Easter joy, This alone can sin destroy; From sins death do Thou set free Souls reborn, O Lord, in Thee.

8. Hymns of glory and of praise, Father, to Thee we raise; Risen Lord, all praise to Thee, Ever with the Spirit be.

Rev 19:610, Jn 19:34, Ex 12:2127, Mt 26:2628, Jn 6:3235, 1Cor 15:5357

7 7 7 7 with Alleluia

LORDS SUPPER

I Come, O Savior, To Thy Table

128

Words: Friedrich C. Heyder, 1710. Translation composite. Music: Ich Sterbe Tglich from Emskirchner Choralbuch, 1756. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. I 2. Oh, 3. Un 4. Oh, 5. Thy come, grant wor let heart O that thy me is Sa I though loathe filled vior, in I all with to man am, sin fer Thy ner O for vent ta wor Sa ev yearn ble, thy vior, er ing For May Be As That

4 4

weak and wear y now a pproach Thy cause I have a son death and poi ners may sal sin

is heavn sin to va

my ly ful my tion

soul; board heart, soul see

Thou, Bread of And, as I Yet Thou Thy That I through Who, Lord, to

Life, low lamb will Thee

a ly wilt ful in

lone bow ba sin faith

art be nish ning are

ab fore ne ne turn

le Thee, ver, ver ing;

To Look For May So

sa on Thou see I,

tis ly my Thy a

fy un faith judg sin

and to ful ment ner,

make Thee, Shep take come

me O herd its to

whole: Lord! art: toll! Thee.

Lord, may Thy

bo

dy

and

Thy

blood

Be

for

my

soul

the

high

est good!

12.With Thee, Lord, I am now united; 9.What higher gift can we inherit? 6.Weary am I and heavy laden, I live in Thee and Thou in me. It is faiths bond and solid base; With sin my soul is sore opprest; No sorrow fills my soul, delighted It is the strength of heart and spirit, Receive me graciously and gladden It finds its only joy in Thee. The covenant of hope and grace. My heart, for I am now Thy guest. 13.Who can condemn me now? For surely 10.This feast is manna, wealth abounding 7.Thou here wilt find a heart most lowly The Lord is nigh, who justifies. Unto the poor, to weak ones power, That humbly falls before Thy feet, No hell I fear, and thus securely To angels joy, to hell confounding, That duly weeps oer sin, yet solely With Jesus I to Heaven rise. And life for me in deaths dark hour. Thy merit pleads, as it is meet. 14.Though death may threaten with disaster, 11.Thy body, givn for me, O Savior, 8.By faith I call Thy holy table It cannot rob me of my cheer; Thy blood which Thou for me didst shed, The testament of Thy deep love; For He Who is of death the Master, These are my life and strength forever, For, lo, thereby I now am able With aid and comfort eer is near. By them my hungry soul is fed. To see how love Thy heart doth move. 15.My heart has now become Thy dwelling, O blessd, holy Trinity. With angels I, Thy praises telling, Shall live in joy eternally.

1Cor 11:2329, Lk 22:1720, Mk 14:2225, Mt 26:2628, Ps 130

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129

Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior

LORDS SUPPER

(also known as Jesus Christ Our Redeemer Born or Christ Who Freed Our Souls From Danger or Jesus Christ Our God and Savior)
Words: John Hus (13691415). Expanded by Martin Luther, 1524. Translator v.4,6 by Richard Massie Other verses unknown. Music: Jesus Christus Unser Heiland, Der Von Uns (Walter) from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Von Tucher, 1848, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Je sus 2. To re so 3. Who 4. Praise the 5. Thou shalt Christ, mind to Fa hold our us this ther, with Bless that, board God faith ed to re in un Sav save pair hea shak ior, us eth, ven, en, Turned He Take Who That a hath good such this way Gods died, His heed how dain ty food is

4 4

wrath flesh He food to

for He pre hath be

ev gave par gi tak

er; us eth; ven, en

Suf With Death And By

fring this in for the

pains no bread, a stead of mis deeds sick who

tongue can quick ning life shall thou hast are dis

tell, food, He done tressed,

He And Re Gave By

saved with cieve to those

us this who die whose

from wine, comes His heart

the His un be is

pains pre worth lov sin

of cious il ed o

hell. blood. y. Son. ppressed.

6. To such grace and mercy turneth Every soul that truly mourneth; Art thou well? Avoid this board, Else thou reapest an ill reward. 7. Christ says: "Come ye heavyladen, I your weary hearts will gladden; They that are yet strong and well, Despise the best physicians skill.

8. Couldst thou earn thine own salvation, Useless were my death and passion; This feast is not spread for thee, If thine own helper thou wilt be. 9. If thou this believest truly, And confession makest duly, Thou a welcome guest art here, This heavenly food thy soul shall cheer.

10. But the fruits must not be missing, Love thy neighbor without ceasing, That true love let him receive, Which here to thee thy God doth give.

Eph 5:614, Rom 5:910, 1Cor 11:2329, Jn 6:5057, 1Jn 1:9

8878

LORDS SUPPER

Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior

130

(also known as Jesus Christ Our Redeemer Born or Christ Who Freed Our Souls From Danger or Jesus Christ Our God and Savior)
Words: John Hus (13691415) expanded by Martin Luther, 1524. Translator v.4,6 by Richard Massie Other verses unknown. Music: Jesus Christus Unser Heiland, Der Von Uns (Klug) from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Je sus 2. To re so 3. Who 4. Praise the 5. Thou shalt Christ, mind to Fa hold our us this ther, with Bless that, board God faith ed to re in un Sav save pair hea shak ior, us eth, ven, en, Turned He Take Who That a hath good such this way Gods died, His heed how dain ty food is wrath flesh He food to for He pre hath be ev gave par gi tak er; us eth; ven, en

4 4

Suf With Death And By

fring this in for the

pains no bread, a stead of mis deeds sick who

tongue quick life thou are

can tell, ning food, shall He hast done dis tressed,

He saved us And with this Re cieve who Gave to die By those whose

from wine, comes His heart

the pains of His pre cious un worth il be lov ed is sin o

hell. blood. y. Son. ppressed.

6. To such grace and mercy turneth Every soul that truly mourneth; Art thou well? Avoid this board, Else thou reapest an ill reward. 7. Christ says: "Come ye heavyladen, I your weary hearts will gladden; They that are yet strong and well, Despise the best physicians skill.

8. Couldst thou earn thine own salvation, Useless were my death and passion; This feast is not spread for thee, If thine own helper thou wilt be. 9. If thou this believest truly, And confession makest duly, Thou a welcome guest art here, This heavenly food thy soul shall cheer.

10. But the fruits must not be missing, Love thy neighbor without ceasing, That true love let him receive, Which here to thee thy God doth give.

Eph 5:614, Rom 5:910, 1Cor 11:2329, Jn 6:5057, 1Jn 1:9

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131

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

LORDS SUPPER

Words: from Liturgy of St. James, 4th Century. Translated by Gerard Moultrie, 1864. Music: Picardy traditional French. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Let 2. King 3. Rank 4. At all of on His mor kings, rank feet tal yet the the flesh keep born of host of six wingd si lence, Ma ry, hea ven ser aph, And As Spreads Che with of its ru fear and old on van guard bim with trem bling earth He on the sleep less stand; stood, way, eye,

4 4

Pon Lord As Veil

der no thing of lords, in the Light of their fa ces

earth ly hu man light de to the

mind ed, ves ture, scend eth pre sence,

For In From As

with bles the bo the realms with cease

sing dy of less

in His and the end less voice they

hand, blood; day, cry:

Christ He That Al

our God to will give to the powrs of le lu

earth de all the hell may ia, Al

scend fai va le

lu

eth, thful nish ia

Our His As Al

full own the le

hom self dark lu

age for ness ia,

to de heavn ly clears a Lord Most

mand. food. way. High!

Hab 2:20, Acts 1:1011, 1Thess 4:1617, 1Cor 11:2326, Lk 2:815

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LORDS SUPPER

O Lord, I Am Not Worthy

132

Words: from Landshuter Gesangbuch, 1777. Translation unknown, before 1913. Music: Non Dignus traditional air, before 1871. Setting: "American Catholic Hymnal", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. O 2. O 3. But 4. O 5. I Lord, Lord, when Lord, praise I am not Thou art all Thou soon wilt how can I Thee, I ex wor thy ho ly, en ter thank Thee tol Thee, That The My For I Thou shouldst come to an gels Thee a heart, my sin ful such a gift as love Thee O my me, dore; heart, this? Sire,

4 4

But How, Then A Till

speak the words of then, ought I sin heal me, be my ly gift which tru once in joy and

com cere shel fill glo

fort, ly ter, eth ry,

My My For My In

spir wrongs Thou soul heavn

it healed shall and sins de my Sa vior with heavn ly I Thee ad

be. plore! art. bliss! mire.

Mt 8:8, Lk 7:6, 5:8, Is 57:1819, Is 6:910, Acts 2:4647

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133

Thou, Who at Thy First Eucharist

LORDS SUPPER

(also known as Lord, Who the Night You Were Betrayed or At That First Eucharist)
Words: William H. Turton, 1881. Music: Unde Et Memores William Henry Monk, 1875. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Thou, 2. For 3. We 4. So, who at Thy first all Thy Church, O pray Thee too for Lord, at length when Eu cha rist Lord, we in wan drers from sac ra ments didst ter Thy shall pray That cede; Make fold; O cease, May all Thou bring we Thy Church might our sad di them back, good be one with

4 4

be vi Shep all

for ev sions soon herd of Thy Church

er to the a

one, cease; sheep, bove,

Grant Draw Back One

us us to with

at ev ry the near er the faith which Thy saints in

Eu cha rist to each to each, we saints be lieved of one un bro ken

say plead, old, peace,

With By Back One

long draw to with

ing heart and ing all to the Church which Thy saints in

soul, "Thy will be Thee, O Prince of still that faith doth one un bound ed

done." Peace; keep; love;

O Thus Soon More

may we may we may we bless d

all one all one all one still, in

bread, bread, bread, peace

one one one and

bo bo bo love

dy dy dy to

be, be, be, be

Through Through Through One

this blest sac this blest sac this blest sac with the Trin

ra ra ra i

ment ment ment ty

of of of in

un un un un

i i i i

ty. ty. ty. ty.

Jn 17:11, Eph 4:17, 4:1116, 1Cor 10:1617, 1:13, Ps 133, 2Tim 4:34, Jn 10:11

10 10 10 10 10 10

WORD OF GOD

Almighty God Your Word Is Cast

134

Words: John Cawood, 1816. Music: St. Anne William Croft, 1708. Setting: composite found in "The Lutheran Hymnary", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Al 2. Let 3. Let 4. Nor 5. Oft might y God, Your not the foe of not the worlds de let Your Word so as the prec ious Word is Christ and ceit ful ly kind seed is cast man cares sent sown, Like This The To Your seed in to the ly seed re ho ris ing plant de raise us to Your quick ning grace be ground; move, stroy. throne stow,

4 4

Now But But Re That

let the give it let it turn to all whose

dew root yield You, souls

of in a and the

Heavn ev hun sad truth

de ry dred ly re

scend, heart fold tell ceive,

And To The That Its

right eous fruits a bring forth fruits of fruits of peace and we re ject Your sa ving power may

bound. love. joy. Son. know.

6. Great God, come down and on Your Word Your mighty power bestow, That all who hear the joyful sound, Your saving grace may know.

Mk 4:38,1320, Mt 13:39,1830, Rom 1:16

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135

Jesus Loves Me

WORD OF GOD

Words: Anna B. Warner, 1860. Music: untitled by William B. Bradbury, 1862. Setting: William B. Bradbury, 1866. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Je 2. Je 3. Je sus sus sus loves me! loves me! loves me! This He He I know, who died will stay For the Bi Hea vens gate Close be side ble to me tells op all me en the so. wide; way;

4 4

Lit tle He will Thou hast

ones wash bled

to a and

Him way died

be my for

long; sin, me,

They Let I

are His will

weak, but lit tle hence forth

He is strong. child come in. live for Thee.

Yes,

Je

sus

loves

me!

Yes,

Je

sus

loves

me!

Yes,

Je

sus

loves

me!

The

Bi

ble

tells

me

so.

Eph 3:1718, Jn 15:1213

7 7 7 7 10 11

WORD OF GOD

Lamp of Our Feet

136

Words: Bernard Barton, 1826. Music: St. Agnes John B. Dykes, 1866. Setting: "Hymnal and Canticles of the Protestant Episcopal Church", 1875. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 140

3 4
1. Lamp 2. Bread 3. Pil 4. Pole 5. Rich of of lar star es our our of on in feet! where souls! where fire through lifes tem pov er by on watch pest ty! we we es uous our trace feed; dark! deep! aid Our True Or Bea In path, man ra con! ev when na diant when ery wont from cloud doubts need to on by sur ful stray; high! day! round; hour!

3 4

Stream Our When Com Un

from the guide, and waves would pass! by sha ken

fount of chart where whelm our which our rock! the

heavn ly in we toss ing course we pil grims

grace! read bark keep; shade;

Brook by the Of realms be Our an chor Our deep sea The sol diers

trav yond and lead, for

lers the our to tress

way! sky. stay! sound! towr.

6. Our shield and buckler in the fight! Victrys triumphant palm! Comfort in grief! in weakness, might! In sickness, Gileads balm. 7. Childhoods preceptor! manhoods trust! Old ages firm ally! Our hopewhen we go down to dust, Of immortality. 8. Pure oracles of truth divine! Unlike each fabled dream Given forth from Delphos mystic shrine Or groves of Academe!

9. Word of the everliving God! Will of His glorious Son! Without Thee, how could earth be trod? Or Heaven itself be won? 10. Yet to unfold thy hidden worth, Thy mysteries to reveal, That Spirit which first gave thee forth, Thy volume must unseal! 11. And we, if we aright would learn The wisdom it imparts, Must to its heavenly teaching turn With simple, childlike hearts!

Ps 119:105, 2Pt 1:1921, Jn 1:15, 1:14, 5:24, 17:17, Deut 8:3, Lk 1:14, 4:32, 1Cor 1:18, Col 3:16, 1Pt 1:25, 1Jn 1:13

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137

That Men a godly Life Might Live


(also known as These Are the Holy Ten Commands)

WORD OF GOD

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Dies sind die heilgen zehu Gebot or In Gottes Namen fahren wir circa 1200s found in Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1609. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. That man 2. I am 3. By id 4. Hal low 5. Give to a thy le the thy god God word day par ly and and which ents life Lord speech God hon might a pro hath or live, lone, fane blest, due, God No Take That Be did these ten o ther God not My ho thou and all dut i ful com be ly thy and

4 4

mand sides Name house lov

ments Me in may ing

give own; vain; rest; too;

By On And Keep And

His My praise hand help

true great not and them

ser mer aught heart when

vant cy as from their

Mo ven good la strength

ses, ture and bor de

high thee, true free, cays

Up With But That So

on the mount all thy heart what God doth God may so shalt thou have

Si love say work length

na i. thou Me. and do. in thee. of days.

Have

mer cy,

Lord.

6.Kill thou not out of evil will, Nor hate, nor render ill for ill; Be patient and of gentle mood, And to thy foe do thou good. 7.Be faithful to thy marriage vows, Thy heart give only to thy spouse Keep thy life pure, and lest thou sin Keep thyself with discipline. 8.Steal not; oppressive acts abhor; Nor wring their lifeblood from the poor; But open wide thy loving hand To all the poor in the land.

9.Bear not false witness, nor belie Thy neighbor by foul calumny; Defend his innocence from blame, With charity hide his shame. 10.Thy neighbors wife desire thou not, His house, nor aught that he hath got But wish that his such good may be As thy heart doth wish for thee. 11.God these commandments gave, therein To show thee, son of man, thy sin, And make thee also well perceive How man for God ought to live.

12.Help us, Lord Jesus Christ, for we A Mediator have in Thee; Without Thy help our works so vain Merit naught but endless pain.

Ex 20:117, Deut 5:621, 1Tim 2:56, Ps 60:1112

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The Gospel Shows The Fathers Grace

138

Words: Matthias Loy, 1863. Music: Herr Jesu Christ, Dict Zu Uns Wend from Cantionale Germanicum, Dresden, 1628. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 140

6 4
1. The 2. It 3. It 4. It 5. It Gos sets brings is bears pel shows the the Lamb be viors the Sa the powr of to all the Fa fore right God ti thers our eous to dings grace, Who eyes, Who ness Our save From glad And sent his made tha souls to sin and bids their Son to ton ing robe in Sa tan hearts no save sac ro and more our ri yal the be race, fice, dress; grave; sad;

6 4

Pro And From It The

claims calls all works hea

how Je sus the souls with our guilt it the faith, which vy la den

lived and died That guilt opp ressed To brings re lease And ly clings To firm souls it cheers And

man might thus be come and find e gives the trou bled all the trea sures ba nish es their

jus ti fied. ter nal rest. con science peace. which it brings. guilt y fears.

6. May we in faith its tidings learn Nor thanklessly its blessings spurn; May we in faith its truth confess And praise the Lord our Righteousness!

Jn 3:16, Rom 1:1617, 1Jn 4:910, Heb 9:28

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139

The Law Of God Is Good And Wise

WORD OF GOD

Words: Matthias Loy, 1863. Music: Erhalt Uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, 1543. Setting: "Concordia Kinderchre", 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. The 2. Its 3. To 4. When 5. The law light those men law of of who the is God ho help off good, is li in ered but good ness Christ help since and im have dis the wise, parts found dain fall And The And And Its sets know would will ho

4 4

His ledge in ful li

will of works ly ness

be our of in con

fore sin love sin demns

our ful a re us

eyes, hearts, bound main, all;

Shows That It Its It

us we shows ter dooms

the may what ror us

way see deeds in for

of our are their our

right lost His ear sin

eous e de re to

ness, state light sounds die

And And And And And

dooms seek should keeps has

to de be their no

death liv done wick powr

when rance as ed to

we ere good ness jus

trans too and in ti

gress. late. right. bounds. fy.

Ps 19:8, Rom 3:1926, Rom 2:12, Ex 18:20

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WORD OF GOD

Wilt Thou, O Man, Live Happily


(also known as Man, Wouldst Thou Live All Blissfully)

140

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Mensch, Willt du Leben Seligich attr. Martin Luther. Found in Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Johann Hermann Schein, 1627. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Wilt 2. I 3. Ho 4. O 5. Steal thou, am nor be not, O the My dient nor man, live hap Lord and God! Name in word al ways, next do thy neigh pi take and to bor ly, heed deed, Me, wrong And No And To By dwell o call fa bear with ther on ther ing God god Me and wit

4 4

e doth in to ness

ter thee time mo with

nal ly, mis lead; of need: ther be; false tongue;

The Thy Hal Kill Thy

ten heart low no neigh

com shall the man: bors

mand ments keep, for trust a lone in Sab bath, that I e ven an ger wife de sire thou

thus Me, may dread; not,

Our My Work Keep Nor

God king in sa grudge

Him self dom then thy heart cred thy him aught

bid thou on mar he

deth shalt that riage hath

us. be. day. bed. got.

Kyr

lei

son!

Ex 20:117, Deut 5:621, Ps 90:1

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141

All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name

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Words: Edward Perronet, 1780. Music: Coronation Oliver Holden, 1793. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. All 2. Let 3. Crown 4. Crown 5. Ye hail the powr of high born ser aphs Him, ye morn ing Him, ye mar tyrs seed of Is raels Je sus Name! Let tune the lyre, and stars of light, who of your God, who cho sen race, ye an gels as they fixed this from His ran somed pros trate tune it, float ing al tar from the fall; fall ball; call; fall,

4 4

Bring Be Now Ex Hail

forth fore hail tol Him

the ro yal His face Who the strength of the Stem of Who saves you

di tunes Is Je by

a dem, and their choir, and raels might, and sses Rod, and His grace, and

crown crown crown crown crown

Him Him Him Him Him

Lord Lord Lord Lord Lord

of of of of of

all. all. all. all. all.

Bring Be Now Ex Hail

forth fore hail tol Him

the ro yal His face Who the strength of the Stem of Who saves you

di a dem, and tunes their choir, and raels might, and Is Je sses Rod, and by His grace, and

crown crown crown crown crown

Him Him Him Him Him

Lord Lord Lord Lord Lord

of of of of of

all. all. all. all. all.

6. Hail Him, ye heirs of Davids line, whom David Lord did call, The God incarnate, Man divine, and crown Him Lord of all, The God incarnate, Man divine, and crown Him Lord of all. 7. Sinners, whose love can neer forget the wormwood and the gall, Go spread your trophies at His feet, and crown Him Lord of all. Go spread your trophies at His feet, and crown Him Lord of all. 8. Let every tribe and every tongue before Him prostrate fall And shout in universal song the crownd Lord of all. And shout in universal song the crownd Lord of all.

Phil 2:911, Rev 5:914, Heb 2:9, Phil 2:910, Rev 19:16

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Alleluia, Sing To Jesus!

142

Words: William Chatterton Dix, 1867. Music: HyFrydol Rowland H. Prichard, 1830. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 130

3 4
1. Al 2. Al 3. Al 4. Al le le le le lu lu lu lu ia! ia! ia! ia! sing not bread King to as of e Je or an ter sus! phans gels, nal, His are Thou Thee the we on the scep left earth Lord ter, in our of His sor food, lords the row our we throne. now; stay; own;

3 4

Al Al Al Al

le le le le

lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia!

His the He is here the born of

tri near sin Mar

umph, us, ful y,

His faith flee Earth

the be to Thy

vic to lieves, nor Thee from foot stool,

ry a ques tions day to Hea ven Thy

lone. how; day: throne:

Hark! Though Int Thou

the the er with

songs of cloud from ces sor, in the

peace sight Friend veil

ful re of hast

Zi on ceived Him sin ners, en tered,

thun when Earths robed

der the Re in

like a for ty deem er, flesh our

might y days were plead for great High

flood. oer me, Priest;

Je Shall Where Thou

sus our the on

out hearts songs earth

of for of both

ev get all priest

ery His the and

na pro sin vic

tion mise, less tim

has "I sweep in

re am ac the

deemed us with you ross the Eu char

by ev crys ist

His er tal ic

blood. more"? sea. feast.

Is 66:1, Rom 15:9, Jas 5:13, Rev 14:23

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143

Beautiful Savior
(also known as Fairest Lord Jesus)

REDEEMER

Words: German Jesuits, published 1677. Translated by Joseph A. Seiss, 1873. Music: Crusaders Hymn Silesian folk song, 1842. Setting: Richard S. Willis, 1850. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Beau 2. Fair 3. Fair 4. Beau ti are is ti ful the the ful Sa mea sun Sa vior, dows, shine, vior, King Fair Fair Lord of Cre are the is the of the a wood moon na tion lands, light, tions, Son Robed Bright Son of in the the of

4 4

God flowrs spark God

and of ling and

Son bloom stars Son

of ing on of

Man! spring; high; Man!

Tru Je Je Glo

ly Id sus is sus shines ry and

love fair bright ho

Thee, er, er, nor,

tru ly Id Je sus is Je sus shines Praise, a dor

serve pur pur a

Thee, er, er tion

Light of my He makes our Than all the Now and for

soul, sor an ev

my rwing gels er

joy, spi in more

my rit the be

crown. sing. sky. Thine!

So 6:10, Mt 6:29

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Crown Him With Many Crowns

144

Words: Verses 1, 4, 5, 6 & 9: Matthew Bridges, The Passion of Jesus, 1852. verses 2 & 3: Godfrey Thring, Hymns and Sacred Lyrics, 1874. Music: Diademata George J. Elvey, 1868. Setting: "Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Crown 2. Crown 3. Crown 4. Crown 5. Crown Him Him Him Him Him with the the the the man vir Son Lord Lord y gins of of of crowns, Son, God, life, peace, the the be who Whose Lamb up on God in car fore the worlds tri umphed oer powr a scep His nate be the ter throne. born, gan, grave, sways

4 4

Hark! Whose And And From

How arm ye rose pole

the heavn ly son those crim who tread where vic tor ious to pole, that

an tro He in wars

them phies hath the may

drowns all won which trod, crown strife for cease, and

mu now Him those all

sic His the He be

but its brow a Son of came to prayer and

own. dorn; Man; save. praise.

A Fruit Who His His

wake, of ev glo reign

my the ery ries shall

soul, mys grief now know

and tic hath we no

sing rose, known sing, end,

of as that Who and

Him of wrings died, round

who that the and His

died rose hu rose pierc

for the man on ed

thee, stem; breast, high, feet

And The And Who Fair

hail root takes died flowrs

Him whence and e of

as thy mer cy bears them ter nal ra pa

match ev for life dise

less er His to ex

King through flows, the own, that bring, and tend their

all e Babe of all in lives that fra grance

ter ni Beth le Him may death may ev er

ty. hem. rest. die. sweet.

6.Crown Him the Lord of love, behold His hands and side, Those wounds, yet visible above, in beauty glorified. No angel in the sky can fully bear that sight, But downward bends his burning eye at mysteries so bright. 7.Crown Him the Lord of Heaven, enthroned in worlds above, Crown Him the King to Whom is given the wondrous name of Love. Crown Him with many crowns, as thrones before Him fall; Crown Him, ye kings, with many crowns, for He is King of all.

8.Crown Him the Lord of lords, who over all doth reign, Who once on earth, the incarnate Word, for ransomed sinners slain, Now lives in realms of light, where saints with angels sing Their songs before Him day and night, their God, Redeemer, King. 9.Crown Him the Lord of years, the Potentate of time, Creator of the rolling spheres, ineffably sublime. All hail, Redeemer, hail! For Thou has died for me; Thy praise and glory shall not fail throughout eternity.

Rev 19:12, 5:13

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145

Hallelujah, What a Savior!


(also known as Man of Sorrows)

REDEEMER

Words: Philip Paul Bliss, 1875. Music and Setting: Hallelujah What a Savior Philip Paul Bliss, 1875. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Man 2. Bear 3. Guilt 4. Lift 5. When of Sor rows! ing shame and y, vile, and ed up was He comes, our what a name scof fing rude, help less we; He to die; glor ious King, For In Spot "It All the Son of my place con less Lamb of is fin ished!" His ran somed God, demned God was home who came He stood; was He; His cry; to bring,

4 4

Ru ined sin ners don Sealed my par "Full a tone ment!" Now in Heavn ex Then a new His

to with can al song

re His it ted well

claim. Hal blood. be? high. sing:

le

lu

jah!

What a

Sa

vior!

Is 53:3, 1Jn 2:12, Heb 4:1416, 1Tim 2:56, Jn 19:30, Heb 12:12

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I Need Thee Every Hour

146

Words: Annie Sherwood Hawks, 1872. Music: I Need Thee Every Hour Robert Lowry, 1872. Setting: "Pentecostal Hymns, No. 2", 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 80

3 4
1. I 2. I 3. I 4. I 5. I need need need need need Thee Thee Thee Thee Thee ev ev ev ev ev ry ry ry ry ry hour, hour, hour, hour, hour, Most Stay In Teach Most gra Thou joy me Ho cious near or Thy ly Lord; by; pain; will; One;

3 4

No Temp Come And O

ten ta quick Thy make

der tions ly rich me

voice like lose their and a pro mis Thine in

Thine powr bide, es deed,

Can When Or In Thou

peace Thou life me bless

af art is ful ed

ford. nigh. vain. fill. Son!

need

Thee, O

need

Thee;

Ev

ry

hour

need

Thee;

bless

me

now, my

Sav

ior,

come

to

Thee!

Heb 4:16, Phil 4:6

10 10 7 6 11

147

Jesus, King of Glory

REDEEMER

Words: W. Hope Davison, 1880. Music: St. Alban Franz Joseph Haydn, 1774. Setting: John Bacchus Dykes, 1868. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Je 2. On 3. For 4. Help 5. When sus, King of this day of tle the lit er us ev the sha dows glo glad child stead leng ry, ness, ren fast then, throned Bend Who in show a ing have the us, bove low come faith Lord, the the to to Thy sky, knee thee; be: way; Je In For In Through sus, thine the Thy the ten der earth ly glad, bright Church s dark ness

4 4

Sa vior, tem ple, spir its con flicts lead us

hear Lord, Who fight to

Thy child ren we wor ship thy glo ry ing val iant the heavn ly

cry. thee; see; ly. day;

Par Ce For Lov When

don our trans le brate thy the loved ones ing Sa vior, our course is

gres good rest streng fin

sions, ness, ing then ished,

cleanse Mer In these end

us cy, thy weak ed

from grace, dear hearts all

our and em of the

sin, truth, brace; ours, strife,

By All For Through Grant

Thy thy the Thy us,

Spi lov pure cross with

rit ing and to the

help guid ho con faith

us ance ly quer ful,

heavn Of Who craf palms

ly life our heed be hold ty ev and crowns

to less thy il of

win. youth. face, powers. life.

Je sus, King of

glo

ry,

throned a bove the

sky,

Je sus, ten der

Sa

vior,

hear Thy child ren

cry.

6. For thy faithful servants Who have entered in; For thy fearless soldiers Who have conquered sin; For the countless legions Who have followed thee, Heedless of the danger, On to victory,

Heb 12:115, Mt 19:28, Ps 24:8

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Jesus Shall Reign

148

Words: Isaac Watts, 1719. Music: Duke Street John Hatton, 1793. Setting: "Christian Hymns", 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 60

2 2
1. Je 2. For 3. Peo 4. Bless 5. Where sus Him ple ings He shall shall and a dis reign end realms bound plays wher less of wher His eer prayer ev eer hea the be ery He ling sun made, tongue reigns; power Does And Dwell The Death his prais on pri and suc es His soner the

2 2

ces throng love leaps curse

sive to with to are

jour crown sweet lose known

neys His est his no

run; head; song; chains, more;

His His And The In

king Name, in wear Him

dom like fant y the

stretch sweet voic find tribes

from per es e of

shore fume shall ter A

to shall pro nal dam

shore rise claim rest, boast

Till With Their And More

moons ev ear all bless

shall ery ly the ings

wax morn bless sons than

and ing ings of their

wane sac on want fa

no ri His are ther

more. fice. Name. blest. lost.

6. Let every creature rise and bring Peculiar honors to our King, Angels descend with songs again, And earth repeat the loud Amen.

Zech 9:910, Ps 72:8, Rev 22:35, 15:34, 1Cor 15:2228, Is 9:67

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149

Jesus, Thy Boundless Love To Me

REDEEMER

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653. Translated by John Wesley, 1739. Music: Yoakley William Yoakley, 1820. Setting: "The Lute of Zion", 1853. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. Je 2. O, 3. O 4. This 5. My sus, grant love, love Sa Thy that how un vior, bound no cheer wear Thou less thing ing ied Thy love in is I love to my thy pur to me soul ray! sue me No May All And In thought dwell pain daunt shame, can but be less in reach, no Thy pure fore thy ly to want, in

3 4

tongue de love a pre sence Thee a pain, hast

clare; lone! flies; spire. showed;

U Oh, Care, Oh, For

nite may an may me,

my Thy guish, Thy on

thank love sor love the

ful pos row, my a

heart sess melt hope ccur

with me a re sed

Thee whole, way new tree,

And My Wher Burn Thou

reign joy, eer in pour

with my thy my est

out trea heal soul forth

a sure, ing like Thy

ri and beams heavn guilt

val my a ly less

there. crown! rise. fire! blood;

To All O And Thy

Thee cold Je day wounds

a ness sus, and u

lone, from no night pon

dear my thing be my

Lord, heart may all heart

I re I my im

live; move; see, care press,

My My No To Nor

self ev thing guard aught

to ery de this shall

Thee, act, sire sa the

dear word, or cred lovd

Lord, thought, seek, treas stamp

I be but ure ef

give. love. Thee! there. face.

6.More hard than marble is my heart, 7.O that I, as a little child, 8.Still let Thy love point out my way; And foul with sins of deepest stain; May follow Thee, and never rest How wondrous things Thy love hath wrought! But Thou the mighty Savior art, Till sweetly Thou hast breathed Still lead me, lest I go astray; Nor flowed thy cleansing blood in vain; Thy mild And lowly mind into my breast! Direct my word, inspire my thought; Ah soften, melt this rock, and may Nor ever may we parted be, And if I fall, soon may I hear Thy blood wash all these stains away! Till I become as one with Thee. Thy voice, and know that love is near. 9.In suffering be Thy love my peace, In weakness be Thy love my power; And when the storms of life shall cease, Jesus, in that important hour, In death as life be Thou my guide, And save me, Who for me hast died.

Eph 3:18, Mt 6:1921

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Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly Splendor

150

Words: George H. Bourne, 1874, alt. Music: Bryn Calfaria William Owen, 1852. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 150

6 4
1. Lord, 2. Here 3. Though 4. Pas 5. Great en our the chal High throned in humb lest liest low Lamb, Your Priest of heavn ho form offer our ly mage doth ing pro splen pay veil fin fes dor, we, Thee ished sion, First Here As Once Through be in of for the gott en lo ving old in all when veil Thou from the dead, ref erence bow; Beth le hem, You were slain, went est in,

6 4

You Here Here In By

a for as its Thy

lone, our faiths dis there Thine full ness y might

strong cern an un in

De ment gels dim ter

fend pray hail in ces

er, we, Thee, ished sion,

Now Lest Branch Shall Grace

lift up Your we fail to and Flowr of for ev er and peace for

peo ples head. know You now. Jes ses stem. more re main. us to win.

Al

le

lu

ia!

Al

le

lu

ia!

Al

le

lu

ia!

Je Thou We Clean Je

sus, art in sing sus,

true here, wor souls true

and li we ask ship join from ev and li

ving not with ery ving

Bread! how. them. stain. Bread!

Je Thou We Clean Je

sus, art in sing sus,

true here, wor souls true

and we ship from and

li ask join ev li

ving not with ery ving

Bread! how. them. stain. Bread!

6. Life imparting heavenly Manna, Smitten Rock with streaming side, Heaven and earth with loud hosanna Worship You, the Lamb Who died. Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Risen, Ascended, Glorified!

Rev 1:56, Jn 6:4751, Rev 5:1114, 7:917, Rom 3:2425, 1Cor 5:7

8 7 8 7 Alleluias 7 7

151

No, Not One!

REDEEMER

Words: Johnson Oatman, Jr, 1894. Music: No, Not One George Crawford Hugg, 1894. Setting: "Pentecostal Hymns, No. 2", 1894. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 95

4 4
1. Theres 2. No 3. Theres 4. Did 5. Was not friend not ev eer a like an er a friend Him hour saint gift like is that find like the so He this the low high is friend Sav ly Je sus, and ho ly, not near us, for sake him? ior giv en? No, No, No, No, No, not not not not not one! one! one! one! one! no, no, no, no, no, not not not not not one! one! one! one! one!

4 4

None And No Or Will

else could heal all our yet no friend is so night so dark but His sin ner find that He He re fuse us a

souls meek love would home

dis eas es, and low ly, can cheer us, not take him? in heav en?

No, No, No, No, No,

not not not not not

one! one! one! one! one!

no, no, no, no, no,

not not not not not

one! one! one! one! one!

Je

sus knows all

bout

our

strug gles,

He

will guide till the

day

is

done;

Theres not a

friend like the

low

ly

Je sus,

No,

not

one!

no,

not

one!

Jn 15:1315, Is 41:810, Mt 11:19, 28:20, Heb 13:5, Pr 18:24

10 6 10 6 9 8 10 6

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O Be Glad All Nations on Earth

152

Words: Brian L. Penney, 2009. Music: Gwalia Welsh hymn tune, traditional. Setting: David Evans, "Revised Church Hymnary", 1927. copyright: Words: Copyright 2009, Brian L. Penney. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain per CCEH. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 230

3 2
3

1. O 2. Great 3. When 4. Lo,

be and shall that

glad, all vel mar Heavn and day shall

na tions ous are Earth to come with

on Earth, Your works, geth er, ry, glo

Come let Just and Walk be When Christ

Je true fore comes

sus are the with

Name be all Your Lamb,its trum pet

praised; ways; Light? sound;

3 2
3 3 3

He is All the When shall Then the

crowned, the na tions all the saints will

King of bow in saints be cease their

glo ry, wor ship, ga thered, groan ning,

At King and Nev

Gods of that er

right kings, Day more

hand Your shall by

He is Name they end the deaths chains

raised. praise. night? bound.

An gels An gels An gels Let us


3

bow bow bow all

ing ing ing bow

down down down down


3

be be be be

fore fore fore fore

Him, Him, Him, Him,

Sing Sing Sing Sing,

ing ing ing O


3

with with with sing

the the the the

heavn heavn heavn ter

ly ly ly nal

throng; throng; throng; song;

3 3 3 3

El ders ders El El ders Work in

cast cast cast hope

ing ing ing un

crowns crowns crowns til

be be be we

fore fore fore meet

Him, Him, Him, Him,

Sing Sing Sing And

ing ing ing we

an an an join
3

e e e the

ter ter ter heavn

nal nal nal ly

song. song. song. throng.

Ps 117, Ps 67:24, Rev 4:411, Rev 7:912, Rev 15:34

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O For A Thousand Tongues


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Words: Charles Wesley, 1740. Music: Azmon Carl G. Glser, 1828. Setting: Lowell Mason, 1839. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

3 2
1. O 2. My 3. Je 4. He 5. He for gra sus! breaks speaks, a cious the the and, thou sand Mas ter name that powr of tening lis tongues and charms can to to my our celed His sing My God, A fears, That sin, He voice, New great ssist bids sets life Re deem ers me to pro our sor rows the pri soner the dead re praise, claim, cease; free; ceive,

3 2

The To Tis His The

glo ries of spread through all sic in mu blood can make mourn ful, bro

my the the the ken

God earth sin foul hearts

and a ners est re

King, The broad The ears, Tis clean, His joice, The

tri umphs of His ho nors of Thy life, and health, and blood a vailed for hum ble poor be

grace! name. peace. me. lieve.

6. Hear Him, ye deaf; His praise, ye dumb, Your loosened tongues employ; Ye blind, behold your Savior come, And leap, ye lame, for joy. 7. In Christ your Head, you then shall know, Shall feel your sins forgiven; Anticipate your heaven below, And own that love is heaven. 8. Glory to God, and praise and love Be ever, ever given, By saints below and saints above, The church in earth and heaven. 9. On this glad day the glorious Sun Of Righteousness arose; On my benighted soul He shone And filled it with repose. 10. Sudden expired the legal strife, Twas then I ceased to grieve; My second, real, living life I then began to live. 11. Then with my heart I first believed, Believed with faith divine, Power with the Holy Ghost received To call the Savior mine. 12. I felt my Lords atoning blood Close to my soul applied; Me, me He loved, the Son of God, For me, for me He died!

13. I found and owned His promise true, Ascertained of my part, My pardon passed in heaven I knew When written on my heart. 14. Look unto Him, ye nations, own Your God, ye fallen race; Look, and be saved through faith alone, Be justified by grace. 15. See all your sins on Jesus laid: The Lamb of God was slain, His soul was once an offering made For every soul of man. 16. Awake from guilty natures sleep, And Christ shall give you light, Cast all your sins into the deep, And wash the thiop white. 17. Harlots and publicans and thieves In holy triumph join! Saved is the sinner that believes From crimes as great as mine. 18. Murderers and all ye hellish crew, Ye sons of lust and pride, Believe the Savior died for you; For me the Savior died. 19. With me, your chief, ye then shall know, Shall feel your sins forgiven; Anticipate your heaven below, And own that love is heaven.

Ps 96:13, 1Pt 1:1819, Rev 5:1113, Eph 2:89

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O The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus

154

Words: S. Trevor Francis, 1875. Music: Ebenezer or TonYBotel Thomas J. Williams, 1890. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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3

8 4
3

1. O the 2. O the 3. O the

deep, deep deep, deep deep, deep

love love love

of of of

Je Je Je

sus, sus, sus,

vast, un spread His love of


3

meas praise ev

ured, from ery

bound shore love

less, free! to shore! the best!

8 4
3 3 3 3

Rol ling How He Tis an

as a lov eth, o cean

might ev full

y er of

o lov bless

cean eth, ing,

in its chang eth tis a


3

full ne ha

ness ver, ven

ov nev giv

er me! er more! ing rest!

3 3 3 3 3

Un der How He O the

neath me, watch es deep, deep

all ar oer His love of

ound me, loved ones, Je sus,

is the died to tis a

cur rent call them heavn of

of Thy all His heavns to

love own; me;

Lead ing How for And it

on ward, them He lifts me

lead ing in ter up to

home ce glo

ward deth, ry,

to Thy watch eth for it


3

glor oer lifts

ious them me

rest from up

a bove! the throne! to Thee!

Eph 3:1718, Rom 11:3336, Ps 36:6, 1Tim 1:1217

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One Things Needful

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Words: Johann H. Schrder, 1697. Translated by Frances E. Cox, 1841, alt. Music: Eins ist Not Adam Krieger (16341666). Setting: Fridrich Layriz, 1853, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

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4 4
1. One 2. Soul, 3. How 4. Thus 5. Wis things wilt were my doms need thou Mar long high ful: this ys ings, est then, one thoughts heavn nob Lord thing de ward lest Je find vot tend trea sus, thee? ed, ing, sure, Keep Seek Her Je Je this not e sus, sus, one midst ter rest lies thing cre nal a con in a joy lone ceald my ted to on in mind; things; find, Thee; Thee;

4 4

All be side, though What is earth ly, As in tent each Help me, thus on Grant that this may

first it please us, leave be hind thee, word she not ed, Thee de pend ing, still the meas ure

Soon a griev ov er na At her Sa Sa vior! come Of my will

ous ture viors and and

yoke stretch feet dwell ac

we find: thy wings; re clined: in me: tions be:

3 4
Be neath it the For where God and How kind led her Al though all the mil i ty Hu heart man heart, world there is both how should and still in de for sim fret One vout sake pli ting are was and ci and u its for ty stri ni feel get reign ving, ted, ing, Thee, ing, No With While In My true, Gods hear love steps last per ing I shall ing fect the will in

3 4

happ ful les fol wis

i ness sons low dom

ness the that Thee, for

ev heart Christ neer ev

er is was will er

de de re I be

riv light veal quit train

ing. ed; ing; Thee; ing;

The There, For For Oh!

gain of this there is the Je sus all Je sus, both if I of

one wor earth Spi Christ

thing thi ly rit have

all est con and this

Lk 10:4142, Mk 4:1920, Phil 4:57, 3:711, Mt 6:2534, Col 2:1314, Heb 9:1314, Ps 23:16

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loss lot cerns life know

can and she is ledge

re the for Thy di

quite best, got, Word, vine,

And My And And The

teach One all is ful

me and was there ness

in my re a of

all All, paid joy heav

things to and my in that which Thou en ly

find Joy, one dost wis

true and hap not dom

de my py af is

light. Rest. lot. ford? mine.

6. Christ, Thou art the sole oblation That Ill bring before my God; In his sight Ive acceptation Only through Thy streaming blood: Immaculate righteousness now Ive acquired, Since Thou on the tree of the cross hast expired; The robe of salvation for ever is mine, In this shall my faith through eternity shine. 7. Let my soul, in full exemption, Wake up in Thy likeness now; Thou art made to me redemption, My sanctification Thou. Whatever I need for my Journey to Heaven In Thee, I my Savior, is unto me given. Oh! let me all perishing pleasures forego, And Thy life, O Jesus! alone let me know. 8. Where should else my hopes be centered? Grace oerwhelms me with its flood; Thou, my Savior, once hast enterd Holiest heaven through Thy blood: Eternal redemption for sinners there finding, From hells dark dominion my spirit unbinding, To me perfect freedom Thy entrance has brought, And childlike to cry, "Abba, Father," Im taught. 9. Christ Himself, my Shepherd, feeds me, Peace and joy my spirit fill; In a pasture green He leads me Forth beside the waters still: Oh! naught to my soul is so sweet and reviving, As thus unto Jesus alone to be living; True happiness this, and this only supplies, Through faith on my Savior to fasten my eyes. 10. Therefore, Jesus, my Salvation, Thou my One, my All shalt be; Prove my fixd determination, Root out all hypocrisy: Look well if on sins slippery paths I am hasting, And lead me, O Lord, in the way everlasting; This one thing is needful, all others are vain, I count all but loss that I Christ may obtain.

Lk 10:4142, Mk 4:1920, Phil 4:57, 3:711, Mt 6:2534, Col 2:1314, Heb 9:1314, Ps 23:16

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156

Praise My Soul The King Of Heaven

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Words: Henry F. Lyte, 1834. Music: Praise My Soul or Lauda Anima or St. Paul John Goss, 1869. Setting: "The Choral Hymnal", 1888. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

2 4
1. Praise, 2. Praise 3. Fa 4. Frail 5. An my Him ther as gels, soul, for like sum help the His He mers us King grace tends flower to of and and we a hea fa spares flour dore ven; vor us; ish, Him; To To Well Blows Ye His our our the be feet fa fee wind hold thy thers ble and Him tri in frame it face bute dis He is to bring. tress. knows. gone; face;

2 4

2 4
Ran somed, Praise Him In His But while Sun and healed, still hands mor moon, re the He tals bow stored, same gen rise down for as tly and be giv ev bears per fore en, er, us, ish Him, Ev Slow Res Our Dwell er to cues God ers more chide, us lives all His and from un in pra swift all chang time ises to our ing and sing: bless. foes. on, space.

2 4

2 4
A A A Praise A lle lle lle Him, lle lu lu lu Praise lu ia! ia! ia! Him, ia! A A A Ha A lle lle lle lle lle lu lu lu lu lu ia! ia! ia! jah ia! Praise Glor Wide Praise Praise the ious ly the with ev in yet High us er His His E the last faith mer ter God ing ful cy nal of King. ness. flows. One! grace.

2 4

Ps 103:1, 145

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The Galilean Fishers Toil


(also known as Come Blessed Jesu Come)

157

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1865, alt. Music: Old 137th or Norwich from Days Psalter, 1563. Setting: "The Holy Year", 1865. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. The 2. The 3. A 4. The 5. In Ga li night is frail one, faith ful days, when le an dark, the thrice de few re faith will fish sur ny tire scarce ers toil ges fill ing Thee in fear be found, all the saw to and night, and no thing bark, the wild winds mer cy in Thine their closed up per wolves be in the take; roar; eyes, room; fold,

4 4

But But The But When

Je Je pen sud sin

sus sus i den and

comes, comes tent ly sor

a and up with row

won drous spoil is all is still, the on the tree was joy ful cheer they will a bound and

lift ed from the ship is at the borne to Par a see their Mast er char i ty wax

lake. shore. dise. come. cold,

Lord, O In Lord Then

when our la bors Lord, when storms a hours of sin and come to us, un hear Thy saints, who

are in vain and round us howl, and tress o deep dis loose our bands and to Thee pray to

vain the help of all is dark and show us, Lord, Thy bid our ter rors bring them to their

men, drear, Face, cease, home,

When In In Lift Hear

fruit less all the pen i ver o when the

is tem ten us Bride

our pests tial Thy and

care of lone bless Spi

and pain, Come the soul, O li ness, O ed hands, Speak, rit say, "Come,

bless bless give ho Bless

ed ed us ly ed

Je Je Je Je Je

sus sus sus sus sus,

then! hear. grace! Peace! Come!"

Lk 5:111, 23:3943, 18:8, Jn 21:114, 6:1621, 20:1923, Mt 26:3335, 26:6975, Acts 20:2930

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158

By Grace Im Saved

JUSTIFICATION

Words: Christian L. Scheidt, 1742. Translated by Matthias Loy, (18281915). Music: O Dass Ich Tansend Zungen Johann Balthasar Knig, 1738. Setting: "The Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal" (Ohio Synod), 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 120

1. By 2. By 3. By 4. By 5. By

grace grace! grace! grace grace!

Im our mark His this

saved works well Son, ground

grace are this on of

free all phra earth our

and re ses ap sal

bound ject mean pear va

less! ed, ing, ing, tion

My All When Vouch As

heart, claims sin safed long

be of rolls be as

lievst me sor neath God

thou rit rows thy is

this pass oer woe true

or for thy to en

not? naught; breast, bend; dures:

Why The When Hadst What

tremb might Sa thou, saints

lest y tan dam have

thou Sa threats na penned

with vior, with tion by

ter long pride just in

ror ex oer ly spi

ground pec ween fear ra

less? ted, ing, ing, tion,

Has ev er To us this When troub led Done aught to What God to

God a false bliss ful truth con science sighs ren der Him our poor soul

hood has for thy se

taught? brought, rest: friend? cures,

His That What Wast What

Word He rea not all

is by son that our

true death neer He faith

then re can thy must

this deems com wel rest

must our pre fare u

be: race, hend sought, pon,

By And It And Is

grace we pleas but grace,

there are es by free

is a saved a God by grace de grace through

crown lone grace livr His

for by to ance dear

thee. grace. send. wrought? Son.

6. By grace! but think not, thou who livest Securely on in godless ways, That thou, though all are called, receivest The promised rest that wakes our praise: By grace none find in heaven a place Who live in sin in hope of grace. 7. By grace! They who have heard this sentence Must bid hypocrisy farewell; For only after deep repentance The soul what grace imports can tell; To sin while grace a trifle seems, To faith it bright with glory beams.

8. By grace the timid hearts that languish, Find access to the Fathers heart, When conflicts fierce and bitter anguish Bid all their joy and hopes depart. Where, oftimes, should I strength obtain, Bid grace my anchor not remain! 9. By grace! on this in death Ill rest me, Rejoicing een though feeling naught; I know my sin it oft oppressed me But Him, too, who my soul hath bought: My heart exults grief flees apace Because my soul is saved by grace.

10. By grace! O sin and Satan hear it! I bear my flag of faith in hand, And pass, in spite of doubts, nor fear it, The Red Sea to the promised land; I hold the word my Savior taught As certain, whether felt or not.
Eph 2:49, Titus 3:47, Is 64:6, Rom 3:2324 989888

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Christ My King On High

159

Words: Jay C. Wingard, 2011. Music and Setting: Christ My King on High Jay C. Wingard, 2011. copyright: This hymn (lyrics, music, and setting) may be freely reproduced or used for Christian worship or personal use. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 150

4 4
1. Lord, 2. Spot 3. One 4. Long my less with to sin, Lamb Him, see it made I the grieves sin stand skies me for se burn so. me. cure, bright, How God, Safe heav I Great in ens

4 4 4 4

long Judge, Tri hosts

for just une all

my

Lord al hands clothed

to ways Im in

come. be. sure. white.

Bless Sealed Christs See

my on great the

God high mer King,

who with its His

clothes Christs givn vic

me Great to try

bright, Pledge me. won.

wraps ne I Come,

me ver now pure

pure more hear Bride

in shall Him say, be

heavns death "Whom hold

Great I Im the

Light. dread. pleased." Son.

Eph 2:6, Ps 32:15, Jn 14:16

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Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice

JUSTIFICATION

Words: Martin Luther, 1523. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: Michael Praetorius, 1610. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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4 4
1. Dear 2. Fast 3. My 4. God 5. He Christ ians, bound in good works saw, in spake to one and all re Sa tans chains I could a vail me his e ter nal his be lov ed joice, lay. naught, grace, Son: With Death For My Tis ex brood they sor time ul ed with row to ta dark sin out take tion ly were of com spring oer stain mea pass ing, me; d; sure; ion;

4 4

And with u Sin was my Free will a He thought u Then go, bright

ni tor gainst pon je

ted ment Gods his wel

heart night judg ten of

and and ment der my

voice day, fought, ness crown,

And There And To And

ho in dead save bring

ly my to was to

rap mo good his man

ture ther re good sal

sing bore main pleas va

ing, me. d. ure. tion;

Pro claim the Deep er and Grief drove me He turnd to From sin and

won deep to me sor

ders er des a row

God hath still I pair, and Fa thers set him

done, fell, I heart free,

How Life Had Not Slay

his right arm was be come no thing left small the cost bit ter death

the a me to for

vic li but heal him,

try ving to my that

won; hell, die, smart he

Right So To He May

dear firm hell gave live

ly ly I his with

it sin fast best thee

hath cost po ssessed was sink and dear ev for

him. me. ing. est. er.

1Pt 1:69, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:13, 2Tim 1:910, Gal 4:45, Rom 3:28

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6.The Son delighted to obey, And born of Virgin mother, Awhile on this low earth did stay That he might be my brother. His mighty power he hidden bore, A servants form like mine he wore, To bind the devil captive. 7.To me he spake : cling fast to me, Thoult win a triumph worthy: I wholly give myself for thee, I strive and wrestle for thee; For I am thine, thou mine also; And where I am thou art. The foe Shall never more divide us. 8.For he shall shed my precious blood, Me of my life bereaving; All this I suffer for thy good; Be steadfast and believing. My life from death the day shall win, My righteousness shall bear thy sin, So art thou blest forever. 9.Now to my Father I depart, From earth to heaven ascending; Thence heavenly wisdom to impart, The Holy Spirit sending. He shall in trouble comfort thee, Teach thee to know and follow me, And to the truth conduct thee. 10. What I have done and taught, do thou To do and teach endeavor; So shall my kingdom flourish now, And God be praised forever. Take heed lest men with base alloy The heavenly treasure should destroy. This counsel I bequeath thee.

160(2)

1Pt 1:69, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:13, 2Tim 1:910, Gal 4:45, Rom 3:28

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Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice

JUSTIFICATION

Words: Martin Luther, 1523. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Nun Freut Euch attr. Martin Luther from Etlich Christlich Lider, Wittenberg, 1524. Setting: Johann Hermann Schein, 1627. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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4 4
1. Dear 2. Fast 3. My 4. God 5. He Christ ians, bound in good works saw, in spake to one and all re Sa tans chains I could a vail me his e ter nal his be lov ed joice, lay. naught, grace, Son: With Death For My Tis ex brood they sor time ul ed with row to ta dark sin out take tion ly were of com spring oer stain mea pass ing, me; d; sure; ion;

4 4

And with u Sin was my Free will a He thought u Then go, bright

ni tor gainst pon je

ted ment Gods his wel

heart night judg ten of

and and ment der my

voice day, fought, ness crown,

And There And To And

ho in dead save bring

ly my to was to

rap mo good his man

ture ther re good sal

sing bore main pleas va

ing, me. d. ure. tion;

Pro claim the Deep er and Grief drove me He turnd to From sin and

won ders deep er to des me a sor row

God hath still I pair, and Fa thers set him

done, fell, I heart free,

How Life Had Not Slay

his right arm was be come no thing left small the cost bit ter death

the a me to for

vic li but heal him,

try ving to my that

won; hell, die, smart he

Right So To He May

dear firm hell gave live

ly ly I his with

it sin fast best thee

hath po was and for

cost ssessed sink dear ev

him. me. ing. est. er.

1Pt 1:69, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:13, 2Tim 1:910, Gal 4:45, Rom 3:28

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6.The Son delighted to obey, And born of Virgin mother, Awhile on this low earth did stay That he might be my brother. His mighty power he hidden bore, A servants form like mine he wore, To bind the devil captive. 7.To me he spake : cling fast to me, Thoult win a triumph worthy: I wholly give myself for thee, I strive and wrestle for thee; For I am thine, thou mine also; And where I am thou art. The foe Shall never more divide us. 8.For he shall shed my precious blood, Me of my life bereaving; All this I suffer for thy good; Be steadfast and believing. My life from death the day shall win, My righteousness shall bear thy sin, So art thou blest forever. 9.Now to my Father I depart, From earth to heaven ascending; Thence heavenly wisdom to impart, The Holy Spirit sending. He shall in trouble comfort thee, Teach thee to know and follow me, And to the truth conduct thee. 10. What I have done and taught, do thou To do and teach endeavor; So shall my kingdom flourish now, And God be praised forever. Take heed lest men with base alloy The heavenly treasure should destroy. This counsel I bequeath thee.

161(2)

1Pt 1:69, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:13, 2Tim 1:910, Gal 4:45, Rom 3:28

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162

My Neighbor

JUSTIFICATION

Words: John G. Fleischmann, 2007. Music: Tallis Canon Thomas Tallis, circa 1567. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: Words: Copyright 2007, John G. Fleischmann. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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4 4
1. Un 2. A 3. And, 4. Sin 5. But clean cross what bleeds in and that of from my bat road me, me need tered, the when and my torn by sin, By world passed by turn I saw need? Did stops my breath, in Sa vior died, Not things I ing a I my dam A pas sing do, deaf Sa all on my ear viors I the thoughts to bid know o with my ding is ther in, cry, heed? death; side.

4 4

I No Too My Re

lie help of works breathed

there to ten are His

blood give, on rags, Spir

ied they the my it

on could o off in

lifes not ther erings my

road save side vain, dust,

with and Ive From bound

death and sin so they left walked a way dust I came up my wounds,

my me be in de

on for cause dust clared

ly my of re me

load. grave. pride. main. just.

6. Now safe within His Church Im free; Blood, Water, Spirit plead for me, The Ark of God, the Inn of Grace Where I behold my Fathers face. 7. May I in Christ my neighbor know Binding his wounds serves Christ below. Your love for him make plain through me, that he may, too, your Glory see. 8. You loved me when I could not love, For my sin barred me from above. In Christ my love is now set free, O praise and bless the Trinity.

Lk 10:3037, Rom 5:1219, 3:2126, 13:810, Mt 20:2628, 5:4348, Eph 5:12, Pr 14:21, Lv 19:1718, Is 64:6, 2Tim 3:1617 8888

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O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High

163

Words: Unknown, 15th Century; Translated by Benjamin Webb, 1852, alt. Music: Deo Gracias or Agincourt traditional English, circa 1415. Setting: Charles Winfred Douglas, 1918, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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3 4
1. O 2. He 3. Nor 4. For 5. For love, sent willed us us how no He bap He deep, an on tized, prayed; how gel ly for for broad, to to us us how our ap He He high, race pear; bore taught; How Of His His For pass high plea ho us ing er sure ly His

3 4

thought or was fast dai

and of to and ly

fan ta low er tar ry hun gered works He

sy, place, here; sore, wrought;

That But And For By

God, wore God us words

the the and temp and

Son robe Man ta signs

of of with tions and

God, should hu man man would sharp He ac tions

take frame be knew; thus

Our And The For Still

mor He space us seek

tal Him of the ing

form self, thir temp not

for to ty ter Him

mor tals this world years and o ver self, but

sake! came. three. threw. us.

6. For us to wicked men betrayed, Scourged, mocked, in crown of thorns arrayed, For us He bore the crosss death, For us at length gave up His breath.

7. For us He rose from death again; For us He went on high to reign; For us He sent His Spirit here, To guide, to strengthen, and to cheer.

8. All honor, laud, and glory be, O Jesus, virginborn to Thee! All glory, as is ever meet To Father and to Paraclete.

Eph 3:1421, 1Jn 4:710, Rom 8:3839, 1Pt 5:67

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Rock of Ages

JUSTIFICATION

Words: Augustus Montague Toplady, 1776. Music: Toplady Thomas Hastings, 1830. Setting: "Congregational Church Music with 150 Psalms and Hymns", 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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6 4
1. Rock of 2. Not the 3. No thing 4. While I A la in draw ges, bor my this cleft for of my hand I fleet ing me, hands bring, breath, Let me Can ful Simp ly When mine hide fill to eyes my Thy the shall self laws cross close in de I in Thee; mands; cling; death,

6 4

Let the Could my ked, Na When I

wa zeal come soar

ter and no res to Thee to worlds

the pite for un

blood, know, dress; known,

From Could Help See

Thy my less Thee

wound tears look on

ed side which for ev er to Thee for Thy judg ment

flowed, flow, grace; throne,

Be All Foul, Rock

of for I of

sin sin to A

the could the ges,

doub not foun cleft

le a tain for

cure; tone; fly; me,

Save from Thou must Wash me, Let me

wrath save, Sa hide

and make me and Thou a vior, or I my self in

pure. lone. die. Thee.

Ps 89:26, Deut 32:14, Hab 1:12, Jn 19:34, 1Cor 10:4, Heb 9:1314

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Salvation Unto Us Has Come


(also known as To Us Salvation Now Is Come)

165

Words: Paul Speratus, 1523. Translation composite. Music: Es ist das Heil uns Kommen Her traditional German circa 1400 from Etlich Christlich Lider, Wittenberg, 1524. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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4 4
1. Sal 2. What 3. It 4. From va tion un to God did in His was a false, mis sin our flesh could us has come By law de mand And lead ing dream That not ab stain Sin Gods none God held free to His its grace and Him could Law had sway un fa ren gi cea vor; der ven sing;

4 4

Good Caused So The

works wrath sin task

can not a and woe on ners could them was use less

vert ev selves and

our doom, They ery hand For re deem And in vain, Our

help and save us man, the vile of by their works gain guilt was eer in

ne fend Hea crea

ver. er. ven. sing.

Faith Our The None

looks flesh Law can

to Je has not is but re move

sus those a sins

Christ pure mir pois

a de ror oned

lone, sires bright dart

Who The To Or

did spi bring pur

for rit the if

all of in y

the the bred our

world Law sin guile

a re to ful

tone; quires, light heart?

He And That So

is lost lurks deep

our is with is

one our in our

Re con our cor

deem di na ru

er. tion. ture. ption.

5.Yet as the Law must be fulfilled Or we must die despairing, Christ came and hath Gods anger stilled, Our human nature sharing. He hath for us the Law obeyed And thus the Fathers vengeance stayed Which over us impended. 6.Since Christ hath full atonement made And brought to us salvation, Each Christian therefore may be glad And build on this foundation. Thy grace alone, dear Lord, I plead, Thy death is now my life indeed, For Thou hast paid my ransom.

7.Let me not doubt, but trust in Thee, Thy Word cannot be broken; Thy call rings out, "Come unto Me!" No falsehood hast Thou spoken. Baptized into Thy precious name, My faith cannot be put to shame, And I shall never perish. 8.The Law reveals the guilt of sin And makes men consciencestricken; The Gospel then doth enter in The sinful soul to quicken. Come to the cross, trust Christ, and live; The Law no peace can ever give, No comfort and no blessing.

9.Faith clings to Jesus cross alone And rests in Him unceasing; And by its fruits true faith is known, With love and hope increasing. Yet faith alone doth justify, Works serve thy neighbor and supply The proof that faith is living. 10.All blessing, honor, thanks, and praise To Father, Son, and Spirit, The God that saved us by His grace, All glory to His merit! O Triune God in heaven above, Who hast revealed Thy saving love, Thy blessed name be hallowed.

Eph 2:110, Rom 3:1031, 5:111, Gal 4:125

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166

Today Thy Mercy Calls Me


(also known as Today Your Mercy Calls Us)

JUSTIFICATION

Words: Oswald Allen, 1861, alt. Music: Anthes Friedrich K. Anthes, 1847. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. To 2. To 3. To 4. O day day day all Thy Thy the em mer gate Fa brac cy is ther ing calls o calls mer me pen, me, cy, to and the thou wash a all who Ho ly e ver way en Spir o my ter it pen sin; in waits, door,

4 4

How Shall The What

ev find bless shall

er a d I

great my Fa thers an gels do with

tres wel ga out

pass, wha come, and ther a thee when

teer I may have par don for their round the heavn ly heart and eyes run

been; sin; gates; oer?

How The No When

ev er long past shall be will ques tion all things seem

from for be a

mer got asked gainst

cy ten, me, me,

I a how to

may pre of drive

have turned a sent joy be ten I have me to des

way, given; come; pair,

Thy A Al I

blood, O Christ, can fu ture grace be though I oft have know one gate is

wash pro wand o

me, and mised, a ered, it pen, one

make me clean to glo rious crown in is my Fa thers ear will hear my

day. Heavn. home. prayer.

Is 1:18, Lk 15:2024, Heb 9:14, Jn 10:9

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Abide With Me

167

Words: Henry F. Lyte, 1847. Music: Eventide William H. Monk, 1861. Setting: William H. Monk, 1861. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. A 2. Swift 3. Not 4. Come 5. Thou bide with to its a brief not in on my me; close glance ter head fast ebbs I rors, in falls the ev en tle out lifes lit beg, a pass ing as the King of ear ly youth didst tide; day; word; kings, smile; The Earths But But And, dark joys as kind though ness grow Thou and re

4 4

deep dim; dwellst good, bell

ens; its with with ious

Lord glor Thy heal and

with me a ies pass a ci ples, dis ing in Thy per verse mean

bide. way; Lord, wings, while,

When Change Fa Tears Thou

o and mil for hast

ther de iar, all not

help cay con woes, left

ers in des a me,

fail all cend heart oft

and com forts a round I ing, pa tient, ery for ev as I left

flee, see; free. plea? Thee,

Help of O Thou Come not Come, Friend On to

the who to of the

help chan so sin close,

less, gest journ, ners, O

O not, but and Lord,

a a a thus a

bide bide bide bide bide

with with with with with

me. me. me. me. me.

6. I need Thy presence every passing hour. What but Thy grace can foil the tempters power? Who, like Thyself, my guide and stay can be? Through cloud and sunshine, Lord, abide with me. 7. I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless; Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. Where is deaths sting? Where, grave, thy victory? I triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 8. Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes; Shine through the gloom and point me to the skies. Heavens morning breaks, and earths vain shadows flee; In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.

Lk 24:29, Ps 63:68, 73:2326, 1Cor 10:13

10 10 10 10

168

Amazing Grace

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Words: John Newton, 1779. last verse author unknown, before 1829. Music: New Britain James P. Carrell and David L. Clayton, 1831. Setting: Edwin Othello Excell, 1900. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. A 2. Twas 3. Through 4. The 5. Yea, maz grace ma Lord when ing that ny has this grace! taught dan pro flesh How my gers, mised and sweet heart toils good heart the to and to shall sound fear, snares, me, fail, That And I His And

3 4

saved grace have Word mor

a my al my tal

wretch fears rea hope life

like re dy se shall

me! lieved; come; cures; cease,

I How Tis He I

once pre grace will shall

was cious hath my pos

lost, did brought Shield sess,

but that me and with

now grace safe Por in

am ap thus tion the

found; pear far, be, veil,

Was The And As A

blind, hour grace long life

but I will as of

now first lead life joy

I be me en and

see. lieved. home. dures. peace.

6. The earth shall soon dissolve like snow, The sun forbear to shine; But God, Who called me here below, Shall be forever mine.

7. When weve been there ten thousand years, Bright shining as the sun, Weve no less days to sing Gods praise Than when wed first begun.

Jn 9:25, Eph 2:49

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Be Still My Soul

169

Words: Katharina A. von Schlegel, 1752. Translated by Jane L. Borthwick, 1855. Music: Finlandia Jean Sibelius, 1899. Setting: from Jean Sibelius, 1900. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Be 2. Be 3. Be 4. Be 5. Be still, still, still, still, still, my my my my my soul: soul: soul: soul: soul: the thy when the be Lord is on thy God doth un der dear est friends de hour is hastn ing gin the song of side. take part, on praise Bear To And When On pa guide all we earth, tient the is shall be ly fu dark be liev

4 4

the ture, ened for ing,

cross as in ev to

of He the er Thy

grief has vale with Lord

or the of the on

pain. past. tears, Lord. high;

Leave Thy Then When Ac

to hope, shalt dis know

thy thy thou a ledge

God to fi con bet ter ppoint ment, Him in

or dence know grief all

der let His and thy

and no love, fear words

pro thing His are and

vide; shake; heart, gone, ways,

In All Who Sor So

ev now comes row shall

ery my to for He

change, He ster ious soothe thy got, loves view thee

faith shall sor pur with

ful be row est a

will re bright at and thy joys re well pleased

main. last. fears. stored. eye.

Be Be Be Be Be

still, still, still, still, still,

my my my my my

soul: soul: soul: soul: soul:

thy the thy when the

best, waves Je change Sun

thy heavn ly and winds still sus can re and tears are of life di

Friend know pay past vine

Through His From All Through

thorn voice His safe pass

y Who own and ing

ways ruled full bless clouds

leads them ness d shall

to while all we but

a He He shall more

joy dwelt takes meet bright

ful be a at ly

end. low. way. last. shine.

Ps 46:10, Rom 2:35

10 10 10 10 10 10

170

Beneath The Cross Of Jesus

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Words: Elizabeth C. Clephane, 1868. Music: St. Christopher Frederick C. Maker, 1881. Setting: "Bristol TuneBook", 1891. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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4 4
1. Be 2. O 3. There 4. U 5. I neath safe lies pon take, the cross and happ be neath that cross O cross, of y its of thy Je shel sha Je sha sus I ter, O dow but sus mine dow for fain re on eye my would fuge the at a take my tried and fur ther times can bid ing stand, sweet, side see place;

4 4

The O The The I

sha tryst dark ver ask

dow of a ing place where ness of an y dy ing no o ther

might y rock with Hea vens love and aw ful grave that form of One Who sun shine than the

in a wear Hea vens jus gapes both deep suf fered there sun shine of

y tice and for His

land; meet! wide me; face;

A As And And Con

home to there from tent

with in the the ho ly be tween us my strick en to let the

wild er pa tri stands the heart with world go

ness, a arch that cross two tears two by to

rest u pon the won drous dream was arms out stretched to won ders I con know no gain or

way, givn, save fess; loss,

From the So A The My

burn seems watch won sin

ing my man ders ful

of the Sa viors set to of re self my

noon cross guard deem on

tide heat, to me, the way ing love ly shame,

and the a from and my

bur lad that my glor

den of the der up to e ter nal un worth i y all the

day. heavn. grave. ness. cross.

Pr 14:26, 1Cor 1:1718, Gal 6:14

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Blessed Assurance

171

Words: Fanny Crosby, 1873. Music and Setting: Blessed Assurance or Assurance Phoebe P. Knapp, 1873. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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9 8
1. Bless d a 2. Per fect sub 3. Per fect sub ssu rance, Je sus is mis sion, per fect de mis sion, all is at mine! O what a light, Vis ions of rest I in my fore taste of glo ry di rap ture now burst on my Sa vior am hap py and vine! sight; blest,

9 8

Heir of sal An gels de Watch ing and

va tion, pur chase of scend ing bring from a wait ing, look ing a

God, Born of His bove E choes of bove, Filled with His

Spi rit, washed in His mer cy, whisp ers of good ness, lost in His

blood. love. love.

This is

my

stor

y,

this is

my

song,

Prais ing my

Sa

vior,

all the day

long;

This is my

stor

y,

this is my

song,

Prais ing my

Sa

vior,

all

the day

long.

Heb 10:2123, Ps 71:24, Rom 5:1

9 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

172

Blind Bartimaeus

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Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, alt, 1842. Music: Fillmore Jeremiah Ingalls (17641828). Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. Blind 2. The 3. Then 4. Ye Bar throng saith that ti ing the hath mae us mul ti Christ, as eyes and at tudes si can the in lent not gates Of crease "Blind stands The see, In Jer i Bar ti crowd, "What dark ness cho mae wilt and in us, thou in

3 4

dark hold at mis

ness thy My er

waits: peace!" hands?" y,

He But And Re

hears still, he call

the a re those

crowd; bove plies, migh

he the "O ty

hears nois give voi

a y me ces

breath crowd, light! three

say The Ra "O

"It blind bbi, Je

is mans re sus,

Christ cry store Je

of is the sus

Naz shrill blind pi

a and mans ty

reth!" loud: sight." me!"

And Un And "Cou

calls til Je rage!

in they sus a

tones say, an rise!

of "He swers, He

a call "Go call

go eth thy eth

ny, thee; way, thee!"

"O Cour Thy "Thy

Je age! faith, faith,

sus, a thy thy

Je rise! faith faith

sus He hath hath

pi call sa sa

ty eth vd vd

me!" thee!" thee." thee."

Mk 10:4652, Lk 18:3543, Phil 4:57, 1Pt 2:24

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It Is Well With My Soul


(also known as When Peace Like a River)

173

Words: Horatio G. Spafford, 1873. Music and Setting: It Is Well or Ville Du Havre Philip P. Bliss, 1876. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. When 2. Though 3. My 4. For 5. But, peace, Sa sin, me, Lord, like a ri ver, at tan should buf fet, though oh, the bliss of this be it Christ, be it tis for Thee, for Thy ten deth my tri als should glo ri ous Christ hence to com ing we way, come, thought! live: wait, When Let My If The sor this sin, Jor sky, rows blest not dan not

4 4

like a in a the

sea bil lows ssur ance con part but the bove me shall grave, is our

roll; trol, whole, roll, goal;

What That Is No Oh

ev er my Christ has re nailed to the pang shall be trump of the

lot, Thou has gar ded my cross, and I mine, for in an gel! Oh

taught help bear death voice

me to less es it no as in of the

Refrain

say, tate, more, life Lord!

It is And hath Praise the Thou wilt Bless d

well, shed Lord, whis hope,

it is His own praise the per Thy bless d

well, blood Lord, peace rest

with for O to of

my my my my my

soul. soul. soul! soul. soul!

It

is

well,

with my

soul,

It

is

well,

it

is

well with my

soul.

It

is

well,

with my

soul,

6.And Lord, haste the day when my faith shall be sight, The clouds be rolled back as a scroll; The trump shall resound, and the Lord shall descend, Even so, it is well with my soul.

Note that this hymn is sometimes published without the refrain

Heb 6:1719, Jn 14:2728, Is 26:3, Rom 5:1

11 8 11 9 6 9

174

My Song Shall Be Of Jesus

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Words: Fanny J. Crosby, 1875. Adapted by Margaret Clarkson, 1973. Music: Sondance Kenneth W. Paxton, 1998. Setting: Kenneth W. Paxton, 1998. copyright: Words, public domain. Adaptation released into public domain by Hope Publishing Company. Music and Setting copyright: Copyright 1998 Kenneth W. Paxton. This tune and setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 96

4 4
1. My 2. My 3. My song song song shall shall shall be be be of of of Je Je Je sus, sus, sus, His while when Mer sit press cy crowns ting at ing on my days His feet my way

4 4

He He To

fills calls where

my to my

cup with mind His home shines

bless good glo

ings ness, rious

and and in

tunes my heart to praise makes my joy com plete; pure and per fect day.

My My And

song shall be song shall be when my soul

of Je of Je shall en

sus sus, ter

the what the

pre ev ma

cious Lamb er ills ny man

of God be fall, sions fair,

Who Ill A

gave sing song

Him the of

self my grace that praise to

ran saves Je

som me, sus

and and Ill

bought me with His blood umphs o ver all. tri sing for ev er there.

Ps 34:1, Is 12:16, 1Tim 2:56

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Nearer, My God, To Thee

175

Words: st. 12 by Sarah F. Adams, 1841. st. 35 by Hervey D. Ganse (18221891). st. 6 by Edward H. Bickersteth, Jr. (18251906). Music: Bethany (Mason) Lowell Mason, 1856. Setting: Lowell Mason, 1859. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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6 4
1. Near 2. Though 3. Near 4. Near 5. But er, like er, er, to my the my O be God, wan Lord, Com near to Thee, der er, to thee, for ter, er still, near the Near Near Bring er sun er er me, to gone to to O Thee! down, thee! thee! God,

6 4

Een Dark Who Who Not

though ness to with by

it be the my the

be o cross lo vi

a ver didst ving sioned

cross me, come, Lord steeps

that my Dy Dwel An

rais rest ing lest gels

eth a for with have

me, stone. me! me! trod.

Still Yet Streng Grant Here

all in then me where

my my my thy thy

song dreams wil fel cross

shall be, Id be ling feet, low ship! I see,

near near Hold Help Je

er, er, me me sus,

my my in each I

God, God ser day wait

to to vice to for

Thee. Thee. sweet keep thee,

Near 5. Then

er, ev

my er

God, more

to to

Thee, be

Near Near

er er

to to

Thee! Thee!

6. There in my Fathers home, safe and at rest, There in my Saviors love, perfectly blest; Age after age to be, nearer my God to Thee.

Eph 2:1322, Heb 7:1619

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176

Rejoice, My Heart, Be Glad and Sing


(also known as O Lord I Sing with Lips and Heart)

CROSS AND COMFORT

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653. Translation composite. Music: Ich Singe dir mit Herz Johann Balthasar Knig, 1738. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Re 2. He 3. Why 4. Did 5. His joice, my heart, be is thy Trea sure, spend the day in not His love and er wis dom nev glad and He thy blank des truth and plans in sing, A Joy, Thy pair, In powr Watch vain, Neer cheer ful trust main Life and Light and rest less thought the oer thy child hood fal ters or mis tain; Lord, night? day? takes;

4 4

For Thy On Has All

God, Coun thy He that

the Source of se lor when a tor Cre not oft in His coun sels

ev doubts cast threat did

ery an thy ning or

thing, Thy noy, Thy care; He hour Turned dain A

Por Shield makes dread hap

tion and thy ed py

shall re great Re bur dens ills a end ing

main. ward. light. way? makes.

6.Upon thy lips, then, lay thy hand And trust His guiding love; Then like a rock thy peace shall stand Here and in heavn above. 7.O Lord I sing with lips and heart, Joy of my soul, to Thee: To Earth Thy knowledge I impart, As it is known to me. 8.Thou art the Fount of grace, I know, And Spring so full and free, Whence saving health and goodness flow Each day so bounteously. 9.For what have all that live and move Through this wide world below That does not from Thy bounteous love, O Heavnly Father flow? 10.Who built the lofty firmament? Who spread thexpanse of blue? By whom are to our pastures sent Refreshing rain and dew? 11.Who warmeth us in cold and frost? Who shields us from the wind? Who orders it that oil and must We in their season find?

12.Who is it life and health bestows? Who keeps us with His hand In golden peace, wards off wars woes From our dear native land? 13.O Lord of this and all our store Thou art the author blest; Thou keepest watch before our door, While we securely rest. 14.Thou feedest us from year to year, And constant dost abide; With ready help in time of fear, Thou standest at our side. 15.He ever will with patience chide, His rod falls gently down, And all thy sins He casts aside And in the sea doth drown. 16.When silent woe thy bosom rends, His pity sees thy grief, Supplies what to His glory tends And to thine own relief. 17.He knows how oft a Christian weeps And why his tears now fall; And in the book His mercy keeps These things are noted all.

18.Our deepest needs dost Thou supply, Thou givst what lasts for aye. Thou leadst us to our home on high, When hence we pass away.
Ps 8:19, Ps 27:16, Mic 7:1819, Ps 73:2526 8686

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The Old Rugged Cross

177

Words: George Bennard, 1913. Music and Setting: The Old Rugged Cross George Bennard, 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 140

6 4
1. On a 2. O that 3. In that 4. To the hill old old old far rug rug rug a way ged cross, ged cross, ged cross stood so stained I an des with will old pised blood ev rug by so er ged cross, the world, di vine, be true; The Has A Its a em blem won drous won shame and

6 4

of a drous re

suffr ttrac beau proach

ing and tion for ty I glad ly

shame; me; see, bear;

And I For the For twas Then Hell

love dear on call

that old Lamb of that old me some

cross God cross day

where left Je to

the His sus my

dear est glo ry suf fered home far

and a and a

best bove died, way,

For a To To Where His

world bear par glo

of it don ry

lost to and for

sin dark sanc ev

ners Cal ti er

was va fy Ill

slain. ry. me. share.

So

Ill

cher ish the old rug ged

cross,

Till my

tro phies at

last

lay

down;

I will

cling to the old rug ged

cross,

And ex

change it some day for a

crown.

Gal 6:14, Jn 7:7, 2Tim 4:8

12 8 12 9 9 9 9 9

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Christ Returneth
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Words: H. L. Turner, 1878. Music and Setting: Christ Returneth James McGranahan, 1891. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

1. It 2. It 3. While 4. Oh,

may may hosts joy!

be at be at cry Ho oh, de

morn, when the mid day, it san na, from light! should we

day is a may be at hea ven de go with out

wak twi scen dy

ing, light, ding, ing,

When It With No

sun light through may be, per glo ri fied sick ness, no

dark chance, saints sad

ness that and ness,

and the the no

sha black an dread

dow ness gels and

is of at no

break mid tend cry

ing night ing, ing.

That Will With Caught

Je sus burst in grace on up through

will to His the

come light brow, clouds

in in like with

the the a our

full blaze ha Lord

ness of lo in

of His of to

glo glo glo glo

ry ry, ry, ry,

To re When Will When

ceive Je Je Je

from sus sus sus

the re re re

world ceives ceive ceives

"His "His "His "His

own." own." own." own."

Lord

Je

sus, how

long,

how

long

Ere we

shout the

glad

song,

Christ re

turn eth! Hal le

lu

jah! Hal le

lu

jah!

men.

Hal le

lu

jah!

men.

Acts 1:1011, 1Cor 15:5157, 1Thess 4:1517, Rev 22:20, 1:7

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Day of Wrath, O Day of Mourning

179

Words: Thomas of Celano, 13th Century. Translated by William J. Irons, 1848. Music: Dies Irae (Dykes) John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Day 3. Won 5. Lo, 7. What 9. Think, of wrath, drous sound the book, shall I, good Je O the ex frail sus, day trum act man, my of pet ly be sal mourn fling word plead va ing! eth, ed, ing? tion See ful filled Through earths sep Where in all Who for me Caused Thy won the ul hath be drous

4 4

pro chers been in in

phets it re ter car

warn ring cord ced na

ing, eth, ed; ing tion;

Heavn All Thence When Leave

and be shall the me

earth fore judg just not

in the ment are to

ash es throne it be a mer cy re pro

burn bring ward need ba

ing. eth. ed. ing? tion!

2. Oh, 4. Death 6. When 8. King 10. Faint

what is the of and

fear struck Judge ma wear

mans and His jest y

bo na seat y Thou

som ture at tre hast

rend qua tain men sought

eth king; eth dous, me,

When All And Who On

from cre each dost the

Heavn a hid free cross

the tion den sal of

Judge de scend is a wa deed ar raign tion send va suff ring bought

eth king, eth, us, me;

On whose sen tence To its Judge an No thing un a Fount of pit y, Shall such grace be

all an venged then vain

de swer re be ly

pend ma main friend brought

eth! king. eth. us. me?

11.Righteous Judge, for sins pollution Grant Thy gift of absolution Ere that day of retribution! 12.Guilty, now I pour my moaning, All my shame with anguish owning: Spare, O God, Thy suppliant groaning!

13.From that sinful woman shriven, From the dying thief forgiven, Thou to me a hope hast given. 14.Worthless are my prayers and sighing; Yet, good Lord, in grace complying, Rescue me from fires undying.

15.With Thy favored sheep, oh, place me! Nor among the goats abase me, But to Thy right hand upraise me. 16.While the wicked are confounded, Doomed to flames of woe unbounded, Call me, with Thy saints surrounded.

17.Low I kneel with heart submission, See, like ashes, my contrition; Help me in my last condition!

18.Day of sorrow, day of weeping, When, in dust no longer sleeping, Man awakes in Thy dread keeping!

Rev 6:1217, Rev 20:1115, Mt 24:1528, Mt 25:3146, Ps 49:120

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The Apostle Looked and Heard a Voice

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Words: Anthony Robertson, 2005. Music: Addisons or London (Addisons) John Sheeles, 1720. Setting: composite from "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916 and "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1922. copyright: music and setting public domain. Words: Copyright 2005, Anthony Robertson. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

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1. ThA 2. They 3. These pos tle looked and sigh no more, gone words are spo ken heard are faith a their ful voice, He fears, No ly, Al saw cry pha, a Lamb as ing make, shed O me ga, had been slain; no more tears; Lord is He;

4 4

As They For

an gels bowed and grow not old, sense all is done and

saints no done

gave more for

praise These loss, Gone all, For

words were heard in are their doubts and all who come, for

their re frain. all their dross. all who call.

"Therell Therell Come

be be see

no war or no sin and His face, His

foe to fight, No no more stain, Un hands, His feet, Come

sear ing sun, known is sick quench your thirst,

no ness, par

dread of night; gone is pain; take the Feast,

No The Come

more death en

dis of ter

tress, death, in

no no while

more more still

re the you

straint, hearse, may,

No The Then

more end Je

be of sus

weak, grief, bring

no the E

more end ter

feel of nal

faint. curse. Day.

No The Then

more end Je

be of sus

weak, grief, bring

no the E

more end ter

feel of nal

faint. curse." Day.

Rev 5:6, 7:1417, 21:37, 22:1720

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The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us

181

Words: Johann Walther, 1552. Translated by Matthias Loy, 1880. Music: Act Gott Vom Himmelreiche or Ich will ein Neues Singen or Praetorius 7 from Musae Sionae XII (or VII), Michael Praetorius, 1609. Setting: "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs", 1855. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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1. The 2. There 3. They 4. Our 5. In Bride groom shall we will not Fa ther, der yon soon will see de blush to rich in home shall call light own bless ne us, Come, ed Our us As ing, Will ver Be all ye dear Re bro thers, give us si lent wed deem sis crowns mu ding ers ters of sics guests! face, dear, gold voice;

3 4

May Who Love And, With

not leads ev to hearts

His our er His and

voice souls will bo lips

ap be be som for

pall night shown press ev

us, ed us ing, er

While To When Im We

slum glo we part shall

ber ry with a in

binds by them bliss God

our His ap un re

breasts; grace; pear; told, joice;

May The We Will The

all pa all wel an

our tri shall come gels

lamps archs come with shall

be shall be em a

burn meet fore bra dore

ing, us, Him, ces Him,

And The Who Of All

oil pro for nev saints

be phets us er shall

found ho Man end sing

in ly be ing His

store, band, came, love, praise,

That A As And And

we, pos Lord deck bring

with tles, and us with

Him mar God with joy

re tyrs, a His be

turn greet dore gra fore

ing, us Him, ces Him

May In And In Their

o that ev bliss sweet

pen ce er ful est

find les bless realms heavn

the tial His a ly

door. land. Name. bove. lays.

6.In mansions fair and spacious Will God the feast prepare, And ever kind and gracious, Bid us its riches share; There bliss that knows no measure From springs of love shall flow, And never changing pleasure His bounty will bestow.

7.Thus God shall from all evil Forever make us free, From sin, and from the devil, From all adversity, From sickness, pain, and sadness, From troubles, cares, and fears, And grant us heavenly gladness And wipe away our tears.

Mt 25:6, Rev 21:2

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The Day is Surely Drawing Near

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Words: Bartholomus Ringwaldt, 1565. Translated by Phillip A. Peter, 1872, alt. Music: Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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1. The 2. A 3. A 4. Then 5. O day trum book woe Je is pet is to sus, sure loud o those who ly draw shall then pened then who scorned my debt ing re to the didst near, sound, all, Lord, pay When And A And And Gods all re sought for Son, the cord but my the earth tru car sin A be ly nal wast noint sha tell plea smit ed, ken; ing sures, ten

4 4

Shall Then What Who With

with all each here in

great who hath des the

maj in done, pised Book

es their both His of

ty graves great prec Life,

ap are and ious oh,

pear, As found Shall small, When Word, And may My

Judge from he loved name

of their on their be

all sleep earth earth al

ap a was ly so

point wa dwell trea writ

ed. ken. ing; sures! ten!

All mirth But all And ev With shame I will

and that ery and not

laugh ter then live shall in heart be clear trem bling they doubt; I trust

shall that ly will in

cease hour, seen, stand, Thee,

When By And And From

flames the all at Sa

on Al be the tan

flames might known Judg Thou

will ys as es hast

still bound they stern made

in less have com me

crease, powr been, mand free

As Be In To And

Scrip changed thoughts Sa from

ture at and tan all

tru His words be con

ly com and de dem

teach mand ac liv na

eth. ing. tions. ered. tion.

6.Therefore, my Intercessor be, And for Thy blood and merit Declare my name from judgment free, With all who life inherit; That I may see Thee face to face With all thy saints in that blest place Which Thou for us hast purchased.

7.O Jesus Christ, do not delay, O hasten our salvation! We often tremble on our way In fear and tribulation. Then hear us when we cry to Thee; Come, mighty Judge, and make us free From every evil. Amen!

Rev 20:1115, Lk 21:2536, Mt 25:3246, 2Tim 4:1, Rev 13:59, 1Thess 4:1318

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Theres a Great Day Coming

183

Words: Will L. Thompson, 1886. Music: Theres a Great Day Coming Will L. Thompson, 1886. Setting: "Alexanders Hymns No. 3", 1915. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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1. Theres a 2. Theres a 3. Theres a great day bright day sad day com ing, com ing, com ing, A A A great day bright day sad day com ing, Theres a com ing, Theres a com ing, Theres a great day bright day sad day

4 4

com ing by and com ing by and com ing by and

by; by; by;

When the But its When the

saints and the sin ners shall be bright ness shall on ly come to sin ner shall hear his doom, "De

par ted right and left, them that love the Lord, part, I know ye not,"

mf

Are you

rea dy

for

that day

to

come?

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you rea

dy?

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Are

you

rea

dy?

Are

you

rea

dy

for

the

judg

ment

day?

mf

pp

Are

you rea dy?

Are

you rea dy?

For

the judg

ment

day?

Mt 25:3146, Mt 25:113

11 9 14 13 13 13

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Wake, Awake, for Night Is Flying

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Words: Phillipp Nicolai, 1599. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858. Music: Wachet Auf Phillip Nicolai, 1599. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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1. Wake, a wake, for night is fly on hears the watch men sing 2. Zi 3. Now let all the heavns a dore

ing; ing, Thee,

The watch men on the heights are cry And all her heart with joy is spring And saints and an gels sing be fore

ing: ing; Thee,

A wake, Je ru sa lem, at last! She wakes, she ri ses from her gloom; With harp and cym bals clear est tone;

Mid night hears the wel come voi For her Lord comes down all glo Of one pearl each shin ing por

ces rious, tal,

And at the thril ling cry re The strong in grace, in truth vic Where we are with the choir im

joi tor mor

ces; ious. tal

Come forth, ye vir gins, night is past; Her Star is risn, her Light is come. Of an gels round Thy dazz ling throne;

The Bride groom comes, a wake; Ah come, Thou bless ed One, Nor eye hath seen, nor ear

Your lamps Gods own hath yet

with glad ness take; be lo ved Son: a ttained to hear

A lle lu A lle lu What there is

ia! ia! ours,

And We but

for fol we

His mar low till re joice

riage feast pre the halls we and sing to

pare see Thee

For Where Our

ye must go Thou hast bid hymn of joy

and meet Him there. us sup with Thee e ter nal ly.

Mt 25:6, Rev 21:2

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Im But A Stranger Here

185

Words: Thomas Rawson Taylor, 1836. Music: St. Edmund (Sullivan) Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1872. Setting: "Church Praise, with Tunes", 1885. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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1. Im 2. What 3. There 4. There but though at fore a the my I stran temp Sa mur ger est viors mur here, rage, side not, Heavn Heavn Heavn Heavn is is is is my my my my home; home; home; home;

4 4

Earth Short I What

is is shall eer

a my be my

des pil glor earth

ert grim i ly

drear, age, fied, lot,

Heavn Heavn Heavn Heavn

is is is is

my my my my

home. home; home. home;

Dan Times There And

ger wild are I

and and the shall

sor win good sure

row try and ly

stand blast blest, stand

round soon those there

me shall I at

on be loved my

ev ery ov er most and Lords right

hand; past; best; hand.

Heavn I There, Heavn

is shall too, is

my reach I my

fa home soon fa

ther at shall ther

land, last, rest, land,

Heavn Heavn Heavn Heavn

is is is is

my my my my

home. home. home. home.

Heb 11:16, 2Cor 5:110, Jn 14:17, Phil 3:20, Eph 2:19

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Jerusalem the Golden

HEAVEN

Words: Bernard of Cluny, 1146. Translated by John Mason Neale, 1858. Music: Ewing Alexander C. Ewing, 1853. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1861. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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4 4
1. Jer 2. They 3. There 4. O 5. Brief u sa lem the stand, those halls of is the throne of sweet and bless d life is here our gol Zi Da coun por den, with on, all vid, and try, the tion, brief milk and hon ey ju bi lant with there, from care re home of Gods e sor row, short lived blest, song, leased, lect! care;

4 4

Be And The O The

neath bright shout sweet life

thy with of and that

con tem man yan them that d bless knows no

pla an tri coun end

tion gel, umph, try, ing,

sink and the that the

heart all song ea tear

and the of ger less

voice mar them hearts life,

op tyr that ex is

pressed. throng; feast; pect! there.

I The And Je O

know Prince they sus, ha

not, is are in ppy

O ev with mer ret

I er their cy ri

know in Lea bring bu

not, them, der, us tion!

what the who to Short

joys day con that toil,

a light quered dear e

wait is in land ter

us ser the of nal

there, ene. fight, rest, rest;

What The And Who For

ra pas won art, mor

dian tures for with tals

cy of them God and

of the for the for

glo bless ev Fa sin

ry, d er ther, ners,

what are their and a

bliss be decked in gleam ing Spir it, man sion

yond glor robes ev with

com ious of er the

pare. sheen. white. blessed. blest.

Rev 21:1823, 2Cor 4:1718, Rev 7:917, Is 60:1920

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HEAVEN 6. That we should look, poor wanderers, to have our home on high! That worms should seek for dwellings beyond the starry sky! And now we fight the battle, but then shall wear the crown Of full and everlasting, and passionless renown.
7. And how we watch and struggle, and now we live in hope, And Zion in her anguish with Babylon must cope; But he whom now we trust in shall then be seen and known, And they that know and see Him shall have Him for their own. 8. For thee, O dear, dear country, mine eyes their vigils keep; For very love, beholding, thy happy name, they weep: The mention of thy glory is unction to the breast, And medicine in sickness, and love, and life, and rest. 9. O one, O only mansion! O paradise of joy! Where tears are ever banished, and smiles have no alloy; The cross is all thy splendor, the Crucified thy praise, His laud and benediction thy ransomed people raise. 10. Jerusalem the glorious! Glory of the elect! O dear and future vision that eager hearts expect! Een now by faith I see thee, een here thy walls discern; To thee my thoughts are kindled, and strive, and pant, and yearn. 11. Jerusalem, the only, that lookst from heaven below, In thee is all my glory, in me is all my woe! And though my body may not, my spirit seeks thee fain, Till flesh and earth return me to earth and flesh again. 12. Jerusalem, exulting on that securest shore, I hope thee, wish thee, sing thee, and love thee evermore! I ask not for my merit: I seek not to deny My merit is destruction, a child of wrath am I. 13. But yet with faith I venture and hope upon the way, For those perennial guerdons I labor night and day. The best and dearest Father Who made me, and Who saved, Bore with me in defilement, and from defilement laved. 14. When in His strength I struggle, for very joy I leap; When in my sin I totter, I weep, or try to weep: And grace, sweet grace celestial, shall all its love display, And Davids royal fountain purge every stain away. 15. O sweet and blessd country, shall I eer see thy face? O sweet and blessd country, shall I eer win thy grace? I have the hope within me to comfort and to bless! O shall I eer win the prize? O tell me, tell me, Yes!

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Rev 21:1823, 2Cor 4:1718, Rev 7:917, Is 60:1920

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Behold, A Host, Arrayed in White

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Words: Hans Adolf Brorson, circa 1760. Translation composite. Music: Den Store Hvide Flok or Great White Host traditional Norwegian, 17th cent. Setting: Edvard Grieg, 1907. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

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1. Be 2. Des 3. Then hold pised hail, a host, a and scorned, they y ye might rrayed so le in white, Like journed here; But gions, yea, All thou now, hail! sand snow how glo Now safe clad rious and

6 4

moun they blest

tains bright, With ap pear! Those for aye, And

palms mar praise

they stand. Who tyrs stand a the Lord, who

is priest with

this band Be ly band, Gods His Word Sus

fore throne tained

the throne for ev you on

of er the

light? near. way.

Lo, So Ye

these are they of oft, in troub led did the joys of

glo days earth

rious fame Who gone by, In dis dain, Ye

from an toiled

the great guish they and sowed

a would in

fflic weep tears

tion came and sigh. and pain.

And At Fare

in home well,

the flood of a bove the now bring your

Je God sheaves

sus blood Are of Love For and sing Sal

cleansed aye va

from guilt their tears tions glad

and shall re

blame. dry. frain.

Rev 7:917, Heb 9:14, 1Jn 1:7, Rev 6:1113

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Now They Swing

ga thered in the now en joy their high your palms, lift

ho Sab up

ly place Their bath rest, The your song, Yea,

voi pas make

ces they chalban it my

in quet riad

wor of voi

ship raise, the blest; ces strong.

Their The E

an Lamb, ter

thems swell where their Lord, at nal ly shall

God fest praise

doth dwell, Mid al board Him to Thee, God,

an self and

gels song is Host the Lamb

of and be

praise. Guest. long.

Rev 7:917, Heb 9:14, 1Jn 1:7, Rev 6:1113

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Blest Be The Tie That Binds

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Words: John Fawcett, 1782. Music and Setting: Boylston Lowell Mason, 1832. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

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1. Blest 2. Be 3. We 4. When 5. This be fore share we glor the our each a ious tie Fa o sun hope that thers thers der re binds throne woes, part, vives Our We Our It Our hearts pour mu gives cou in Christ ian our ar dent tual bur dens us in ward rage by the love; prayers; bear; pain; way;

3 4

The Our And But While

fel fears, of we each

low ship of our hopes, our ten for each shall still be in ex pec

kin aims o joined ta

dred are ther in tion

minds one flows heart, lives,

Is Our The And And

like com sym hope longs

to forts pa to to

that and thi meet see

a our zing a the

bove. cares. tear. gain. day.

6. From sorrow, toil and pain, And sin, we shall be free, And perfect love and friendship reign Through all eternity.

Col 3:1217, 1Jn 4:721, Eph 4:16, Gal 6:15, Rom 15:17

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Blest Be The Tie That Binds

189

Words: John Fawcett, 1782. Music: Dennis Hans Georg Ngeli, circa 1828. Setting: Donna Snell, circa 1975, alt. copyright: public domain. Setting released into the public domain by Donna Snell 10 Nov 2010. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

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1. Blest 2. Be 3. We 4. When 5. This be fore share we glor the our each a ious tie Fa o sun hope that thers thers der re binds throne woes, part, vives Our We Our It Our hearts pour mu gives cou in our tual us rage Christ ar bur in by ian dent dens ward the love; prayers; bear; pain; way;

3 4

The Our And But While

fel fears, of we each

low our ten shall in

ship hopes, for still ex

of our each be pec

kin aims o joined ta

dred are ther in tion

minds one flows heart, lives,

Is Our The And And

like com sym hope longs

to forts pa to to

that and thi meet see

a our zing a the

bove. cares. tear. gain. day.

6. From sorrow, toil and pain, And sin, we shall be free, And perfect love and friendship reign Through all eternity.

Col 3:1217, 1Jn 4:721, Eph 4:16, Gal 6:15, Rom 15:17

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Built on the Rock

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Words: Nikolai F. S. Grundtvig, 1857. Translated Carl Dving, 1909. Music: Kirken Den Er Et Gammelt Hus Ludvig M. Lindeman, 1840. Setting: "The Lutheran Hymnary", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

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1. Built 2. Sure 3. We 4. Now 5. Still on ly are we we the in Gods may our Rock tem house ga earth the ples of ther ly church made li with tem doth with ving our ples stand, hands, stones, King; rear, E God, Built Evn That ven the for in we when Most His the may stee High, own low her ples is hab li ald are not i est His fall dwell ta dwell prais

3 4

ing; ing; tion; ing: es;

Crum bled have High a bove He through bap Prais es to They are the

spires in earth His tis mal Him we homes where

e tem grace there He

very ple us may draws

land, stands, owns, bring, near

Bells still are All earth ly Heirs of His His won drous And lit tle

chim tem won mer child

ing ples drous cy ren

and ex sal fore em

cal cell va tell brac

ling; ing; tion; ing; es,

Cal Yet Were Je Beau

ling the He whom we but sus His ti ful

young heavns two grace things

and can His to in

old not Name us them

to con to ac are

rest, tain tell, cords, said,

But Chose Yet Spi God

a to He rit there

bove a would and with

all bide deign life us

the on with are His

soul earth us all covn

dis with to His ant

tressed, men, dwell, words, made,

Long Built With His Mak

ing in all truth ing

for our His doth us

rest bod grace hal heirs

ev ies and low of

er His His the His

last tem fa tem king

ing. ple. vor. ple. dom.

6.Here stands the font before our eyes Telling how God did receive us; The altar recalls Christs sacrifice And what His table doth give us; Here sounds the Word that doth proclaim Christ yesterday, today, the same, Yea, and for aye our Redeemer.

7.Grant then, O God, whereer men roam, That, when the church bells are ringing, Many in saving faith may come Where Christ His message is bringing: "I know Mine own, Mine own know Me; Ye, not the world, My face shall see. My peace I leave with you."

Mt 7:2425, Mt 16:1318, Eph 2:1922, 1Cor 3:1116, Acts 17:24

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Faith of Our Fathers

191

Words: Frederick W. Faber, 1849. Refrain by James G. Walton, 1874. Music: St. Catherine Henri F. Hemy (18181888). Setting: James G. Walton, 1874. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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1. Faith of 2. Faith of 3. Faith of our our our fa fa fa thers, thers, thers, liv we we ing will will still, strive love In spite of To win all Both friend and dun na foe geon, tions in

3 4

fi un all

re

and to our

sword; Thee; strife;

O how our And through the And preach Thee,

hearts truth too,

beat that as

high comes love

with from knows

joy God, how

When eer We all By kind

we shall ly

hear then words

that be and

glo tru vir

rious ly tuous

Word! free. life.

Faith

of

our

fa

thers,

ho

ly

faith!

We

will

be

true

to

thee

till

death.

Heb 11:12, 1Tim 6:12, Jude 1:3, 2Cor 6:46, 2Tim 1:3

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For All The Saints

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Words: William W. How, 1864. Music: Sine Nomine Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

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1. For 2. Thou 3. For 9. The 10. But all the wast their the A gol den lo! there saints, Rock, post eve breaks who their les ning a from For glo bright yet their la tress and rious com ens in more glor bors their pa the ious rest, Might; ny, west; day;

The

4 4 4 4

Who Thou, Who Soon, saints

Thee by Lord, their bear ing soon to tri

faith Cap forth faith um

be tain the ful phant

fore the world in the well Cross oer land war riors comes rise in bright

con fought and their ar

fessed, fight; sea, rest; ray;

Thy

The

Name, Thou, Shook Sweet King

O in all is of

the the the

Je dark migh calm glo

sus, ness ty of ry

be for drear, their world, we a par pass es

ev one sing dise on

er true to the His

blessed. Light. Thee: blessed. way.

Al

le

lu

ia,

Al

le

lu

ia!

Rev 14:13, 2Tim 4:78

10 10 10 with Alleluias

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4. For 5. For 6. O 7. O 8. And

the Mar blest may when

Ev tyrs, com Thy the

an who mu sol strife

gel with nion, diers, is

ists, rap fel faith fierce,

by ture low ful, the

whose kin ship true war

blest dled di and fare

word, eye, vine! bold, long,

Like Saw We Fight Steals

four the fee as on

fold bright bly the the

streams, crown strug saints ear

the de gle, who the

gar scen they no dis

den ding in bly tant

of from glo fought tri

the the ry of umph

Lord, sky, shine; old, song,

Is And And And

fair see All win hearts

and ing, are with are

fruit grasped one them brave,

ful, it, in the a

be Thee Thee, vic gain,

Thy Name we glo for all tors crown and arms

a ri are of are

dored. fy. Thine. gold. strong.

Al

le

lu

ia,

Al

le

lu

ia!

11. From earths wide bounds, from oceans farthest coast, Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, And singing to Father, Son and Holy Ghost:

Rev 14:13, 2Tim 4:78

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The Churchs One Foundation

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Words: Samuel John Stone, 1866. Music: Aurelia Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864. Setting: "Order of worship for the Reformed Church in the United States", 1866. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

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1. The 2. She 3. The 4. Though 5. Mid Church s is from Church shall with a toil and one ev ne scorn trib foun ery ver ful u da na per won la tion tion, ish! der tion, Is Yet Her Men And Je one dear see tu sus Christ oer all Lord to her sore mult of her the de op her Lord, earth; fend, pressed, war,

4 4

She Her To By She

is char guide, schi waits

His ter sus sms the

new of tain, rent con

cre sal and a sum

a va cher sun ma

tion tion, ish, der, tion

By One Is By Of

wa Lord, with her peace

ter one her e for

and faith, to sies ev

the one the dis er

Word. birth; end: tressed: more;

From One Though Yet Till,

heavn He ho ly there be saints their with the

came Name those watch vi

and she who are sion

sought bless hate keep glo

her es, her, ing, rious,

To Par And Their Her

be takes false cry long

His one sons goes ing

ho ho in up, eyes

ly ly her How are

bride; food, pale, long? blest,

With And A And And

His own blood He to one hope she gainst or foe or soon the night of the great Church vic

bought press trai weep tor

her es, tor ing ious

And With She Shall Shall

for ev ev be be

her ery er the the

life He grace en shall pre morn of Church at

died. dued. vail. song! rest.

6. Yet she on earth hath union With God the Three in One, And mystic sweet communion With those whose rest is won, With all her sons and daughters Who, by the Masters hand Led through the deathly waters, Repose in Eden land.

7. O happy ones and holy! Lord, give us grace that we Like them, the meek and lowly, On high may dwell with Thee: There, past the border mountains, Where in sweet vales the Bride With Thee by living fountains Forever shall abide!

1Cor 3:11, Mt 27:2425

76767676

COMMUNION OF SAINTS

Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow

194

Words: Bernhardt S. Ingemann, 1826. Translated by Sabine BaringGould, 1867. Music: Rex Gloriae Henry Thomas Smart, 1868. Setting: "Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Through 2. One 3. One 4. On the the the ward, night light strain there of of that fore, doubt Gods lips pil and own of grim sor pres thou bro row ence, sands thers, On ward goes the Oer His ran somed Lift as from the On ward, with the pil peo heart cross grim ple of our band, shed, one; aid!

4 4

Sing Cha One Bear

ing songs of sing far the the con flict, its shame, and

ex gloom one fight

pec and the its

ta tion, ter ror, per il bat tle,

March Bright One Till

ing ning the we

to all march rest

the the in be

Pro mised Land. path we tread: God be gun: neath its shade.

Clear be One the One the Soon shall

fore ob glad come

us ject ness the

through of of great

the dark our jour re joi a wak

ness ney, cing ing,

Gleams One On Soon

and burns the faith the far the rend

the which e ing

gui ding light: nev er tires, ter nal shore, of the tomb;

Bro One Where Then

ther clasps the the earn est the One Al the scatt ring

hand look might of

of ing y all

bro ther, for ward, Fa ther sha dows,

Step One Reigns And

ping the in the

fear hope love end

less our for of

through God ev toil

the in er and

night. spires. more. gloom.

Heb 11:1316, 2Cor 5:110, Rev 22:5, Is 51:1116, 1Pt 1:1721, Heb 12:2224, Ps 119:105

87878787

195

When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder

COMMUNION OF SAINTS

Words: James Milton Black, 1893. Music: When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder James Milton Black, 1893. Setting: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel, 1893. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. When 2. On 3. Let the that us trum bright la pet of and cloud bor for the Lord less morn the Mas shall sound, ing when ter from and the the time dead dawn shall be in Christ till set no more, shall rise, ting sun,

4 4

And And Let

the the us

morn glo talk

ing breaks, e ter ry of His res of all His won

nal, bright ur rec drous love

and tion and

fair; share; care;

When the When His Then when

saved cho all

of earth sen ones of life

shall ga shall ga is ov

ther ov er ther to their er, and our

on the o ther shore, And the home be yond the skies, work on earth is done,

roll

is called up yon der, Ill

be

there.

When the

roll

is called up

yon

der,

When the

roll

When the roll

is called up

yon

der, Ill

be there,

When the roll

is called

up

yon

der,

When

the

roll

is called

up

is called

up

yon

der, Ill

be there,

When

the roll

is called

up

yon

der,

When

the

roll

is called

up

yon

der, Ill

be

there.

Dan 12:13, Rev 20:1215, 21:2627, 1Thess 4:1317

15 11 15 11 8 8 8 11

CONSECRATION

Be Thou My Vision

196

Words: Attr. Dallan Forgaill, 8th Century. Translated by Mary Byrne, 1905 and Eleanor Hull, 1912. Music: Slane Traditional Irish. Setting: Mark Hamilton Dewey, 2007. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision. All portions of the setting that were not already public domain were released to the public domain by the arranger on 27 July 2007. He already had released the parts and the versification (except for a few changes in the third verse, which he released to the public domain in 2007) to the public domain in 2006.

= 100

3 4
1. Be 2. Be 3. Be 4. Rich 5. High Thou Thou Thou es King my my my I of Vi Wis ba heed Hea sion, dom, ttle not, ven, O and Shield, nor my Lord Thou Sword mans vic of my for em tor my true the pty y heart; Word; fight; praise, won,

3 4

Naught be I ev Be Thou Thou mine May I

all er my In reach

else to with Thee Dig ni her i Heavns joys,

me, and ty, tance, O

save Thou Thou now bright

that with my and Hea

Thou me, De al vens

art. Lord; light; ways: Sun!

Thou Thou Thou Thou Heart

my my my and of

great souls Thou my

best Fa Shel on own

Thought, by ther, and ter, Thou ly, be heart, what

day I my first ev

or Thy high in er

by true To my be

night, son; wer: heart, fall,

Wa Thou Raise High Still

king in Thou King be

or me me of my

sleep dwell heavn Hea Vi

ing, ing, ward, ven, sion,

Thy and O my O

pre I Powr Trea Rul

sence with of sure er

my Thee my Thou of

light. one. powr. art. all.

Jn 16:13, Num 12:6

10 10 10 10

197

Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing

CONSECRATION

Words: Robert Robinson, 1758. Music: Nettleton Asahel Nettleton, 1812. Setting: "The Evangelical Hymnal", 1921. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 90

3 4
1. Come, 2. Sorrw 3. Je 4. O 5. O Thou ing sus to that Fount I sought grace day of shall me how when ev ery be in when a great a freed from bless spi stran debt sin ing, Tune rit, Till ger, Wandr or Dail ning, I my re ing y shall heart leased from Im see to sing from flesh the fold con strained Thy love Thy and of to ly grace; sin, God; be! face;

3 4

Streams Yet He, Let Cloth

of from to Thy d

mer cy, ne ver what I do in res cue me from good ness, like a then in blood washed

ceas her dan fet lin

ing, it, ger, ter, en

Call Here In Bind How

for Thy ter my Ill

songs prais posed wandr sing

of loud es Ill His pre ing heart Thy sover

est be cious to eign

praise. gin; blood; Thee. grace;

Teach Here How Prone Come,

me I His to my

some raise kind wan Lord,

me lo dious my Eb en ness yet pur der, Lord, I no long er

son e sues feel tar

net, Sung by zer; Here by me Mor tal it, Prone to ry, Take my

fla Thy tongue leave ran

ming tongues a great help Ive can ne ver the God I somed soul a

bove. come; tell, love; way;

Praise And Clothed Heres Send

the I in my thine

mount! hope, flesh, heart, an

Im fixed u by Thy good till death shall O take and gels now to

pon it, Mount of plea sure, Safe ly loose me I can seal it, Seal it car ry Me to

Thy to not for realms

re deem ing ar rive at pro claim it Thy courts a of end less

love. home. well. bove. day.

Ps 36:911, Jn 4:1314, 1Sam 7:312, Heb 13:2021, 1Pt 1:1819, Eph 1:1314

87878787

CONSECRATION

Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah

198

Words: William Williams, 1745. Translated by Peter Williams, 1771. Music: Cwm Rhondda John Hughes, 1907. Setting: "The Methodist Hymnbook" (UK), 1933. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Guide me, 2. O pen 3. Lord, I 4. When I 5. Mu sing O now trust tread on Thou the Thy the my great crys migh verge ha Je tal ty of bi ho foun po Jor ta vah, tain, wer, dan, tion, Pil Whence Won Bid Mu grim through this the heal ing drous are Thy my an xious sing on my

4 4

bar stream works fears heavn

ren doth of sub ly

land. flow; old; side; home,

I Let Thou Death Fills

am weak, the fire de liv of deaths, my soul

but and erst and with

Thou clou Thine hells ho

art dy from de ly

might pil thrall struc long

y; lar dom, tion, ings:

Hold Lead Who Land Come,

me with Thy me all my for naught them me safe on my Je sus,

powr ful hand. jour ney through. selves had sold: Ca naans side. come; quick ly

Bread Strong Thou Songs Va

of De didst of ni

Hea livr con prai ty

ven, er, quer, ses, is

Bread strong Thou songs all

of De didst of I

Hea livr con prai see;

ven, er, quer, ses,

Feed Be Sin, I Lord,

me Thou and will I

till still Sa ev long

I want no my Strength and tan and the er give to to be with

more; Shield; grave, Thee; Thee!

Feed me till Be Thou still Sin, and Sa I will ev Lord, I long

I my tan er to

want Strength and give be

no and the to with

more. Shield. grave. Thee. Thee!

Ex 15:13, Ex 13:2122, Jn 6:3235, Jn 4:14

8787877

199

He Leadeth Me

CONSECRATION

Words: Joseph H. Gilmore, 1862. Music and Setting: He Leadeth Me William B. Bradbury, 1864. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. He lead eth me, 2. Some times mid scenes 3. Lord, I would place 4. And when my task O of my on bless deep hand earth d est in is thought! O words with heavn ly gloom, Some times where E dens ver mur mur Thine, Nor e done, When by Thy grace the com bow nor vic fort fraught! ers bloom, re pine; trys won,

4 4

What By Con Een

eer I do, wher ters still, ovr wa tent, what e ver deaths cold wave I

eer I be troub led sea, lot I see, will not flee,

Still Still Since Since

tis Gods hand tis His hand tis my God God through Jor

that that that dan

lead lead lead lead

eth eth eth eth

me. me. me. me.

He

lead

eth

me,

He

lead

eth

me,

By

His

own hand

He

lead

eth

me;

His

faith

ful

fol

lowr

would

be,

For

by

His

hand

He

lead

eth me.

Ps 23:13, 31:3, Jn 16:13, Mt 6:13

88888888

CONSECRATION

More Love to Thee

200

Words: Elizabeth Payson Prentis, 1856. Music: More Love to Thee William Howard Doane, 1870. Setting: William Howard Doane, 1870, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 75

4 4
1. More 2. Once 3. Then love to earth ly shall my Thee, O Christ; joy I craved, lat est breath, More love to Sought peace and Whis per Thy Thee; rest; praise, Hear Now This Thou the thee a be the

4 4

prayr I make lone I seek, part ing cry

On Give My

bend ed what is heart shall

knee; best; raise;

This This This

is all still

my my its

ear nest plea, prayr shall be, prayr shall be,

More love, O More love, O More love, O

Christ, to Thee, Christ, to Thee, Christ, to Thee,

More love to More love to More love to

Thee; Thee; Thee;

More love to More love to More love to

Thee. Thee. Thee.

Eph 6:24, 1Jn 4:1621, 2Thess 3:5, Mt 22:3740

10 10 12 8

201

Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart

CONSECRATION

Words: Martin Schalling, circa 1571. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858. Music: Herzlich Lieb hab ich Dich O Herr Strassburg, 1577. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Lord, Thee I 2. Yea, Lord, twas 3. Lord, let at love with all my Thy rich bount y last Thine an gels heart; I gave My come, To pray Thee, neer from bo dy, soul, and A brams bo som me de part; all I have bear me home,

4 4

With In That

ten der mer this poor life I may die

cy cheer of la un fear

me. bor. ing;

Earth has no Lord, grant that And in its

plea sure I would I in eve ry nar row cham ber

share, Yea, place May keep My

Heavn it self were glor i fy Thy bo dy safe in

void and bare If la vish grace And peace ful sleep Un

Thou, Lord, wert serve and help til Thy re

not near my neigh ap pear

me. And bor. Let ing. And

should my no false then from

heart for doc trine death a

sor me wa

row break, My be guile, Let ken me, That

trust in Thee can Sa tan not my these mine eyes with

no thing shake. soul de file. joy may see,

Thou art the Give strength and O Son of

Mt 22:37, 28:20, 1Jn 4:1821, 1Pt 1:1719, 1Thess 4:1617, 1Kgs 8:2224

8878878888848

CONSECRATION

201(2)

por tion I have pa tience un to God, Thy glor ious

sought; Thy pre me To bear face, My Sa

cious blood my my cross and vior and my

soul has bought. fol low Thee. fount of grace.

Lord Lord Lord

Je sus Je sus Je sus

Christ, My God and Christ, My God and Christ, My prayer at

Lord, my God and Lord, my God and tend, my prayer at

Lord, For sake me Lord, In death Thy tend, And I will

not! I trust Thy com fort still a praise Thee with out

Word. fford. end!

Mt 22:37, 28:20, 1Jn 4:1821, 1Pt 1:1719, 1Thess 4:1617, 1Kgs 8:2224

8878878888848

202

My Faith Looks Up To Thee


(also known as My Faith Looks Trustingly)

CONSECRATION

Words: Ray Palmer, 1830. Music and Setting: Olivet Lowell Mason, 1832. Setting: composite Lowell Mason, 1859 and C. C. Converse, 1867. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. My 2. May 3. While 4. When faith looks Thy rich lifes dark ends lifes up grace maze trans to im I ient Thee, part tread, dream, Thou Strength And When Lamb of to my griefs a deaths cold Cal faint round sul va ry, ing heart, me spread, len stream

4 4

Sa my be ov

vior zeal Thou er

di in my me

vine! spire! Guide; roll;

Now As Bid Blest

hear me Thou hast dark ness Sa vior,

while died turn then

I for to in

pray, me, day, love,

take O wipe fear

all my may my sor rows and dis

guilt love tears trust

a to a re

way, Thee, way, move;

O Pure Nor O

let warm, let bear

me and me me

from this day be change less be, a ev er stray from safe a bove, a

whol liv Thee ran

ly ing a somed

Thine! fire! side. soul!

2Cor 5:7, Jn 1:29, 1:36, Heb 12:23, Eph 3:12, Rev 2:1011

6646664

CONSECRATION

Not Worthy, Lord, to Gather Up the Crumbs

203

Words: Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1872. Music: Eventide William H. Monk, 1861. Setting: William H. Monk, 1861. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Not 2. I 3. One 4. And 5. I wor am word is hear thy, not from not Thy Lord, wor Thee, mer voice; to thy my cy Thou ga to Lord, Thy bidst ther up the be thought Thy one smile, one pre rog a me come and crumbs child, look, tive rest; With Nor And Free I trem sit I mer come, bling the could cy, I

4 4

hand last face bound kneel,

that and the less, I

from low cold, fa clasp

Thy ta ble est at Thy rough world a thom less, di Thy pier cd

fall, board; gain; vine? feet;

A Too And Me, Thou

wea long with Lord, bidst

ry, a that the me

hea wan trea chief take

vy derer sure of my

la and in sin place,

den too my ners, a

sin oft heart me wel

ner be could for come

comes guiled; brook give, guest

To plead Thy I on ly The wrath of And Thine the A mong Thy

pro ask de great saints,

mise one vils er and

and re and glo of

o con the ry, Thy

bey Thy cil ing scorn of on ly ban quet

call. word. men. Thine. eat.

6. My praise can only breathe itself in prayer, My prayer can only lose itself in Thee; Dwell Thou forever in my heart, and there, Lord, let me sup with Thee; sup Thou with me.

Mt 15:2228, Lk 17:710, Mk 7:2729, Lk 14:711

10 10 10 10

204

O That The Lord Would Guide My Ways

CONSECRATION

Words: Isaac Watts, 1719, alt. Music: Evan or Eva William H. Havergal, 1847. Setting: Lowell Mason, 1850. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 130

3 2
1. O 2. O 3. From 4. Or 5. As that send van der sist the Thy i my my Lord would Spi rit ty turn foot steps soul, too guide down off by apt my to mine Thy to ways To write Thy eyes; Let Word, And stray, A keep law no make strict His sta tutes up on my cor rupt de my heart sin er watch to still! heart! sign, cere; keep;

3 2

O Nor Nor Let And

that let cov sin should

my God would my tongue in et ous de have no do I eer for

grant dulge sires min get

me de a ion, Thy

grace ceit, rise Lord, way,

To Nor With But Re

know act in keep store

and the this my Thy

do His li ars soul of con science wan dring

will! part. mine. clear. sheep.

6. Make me to walk in Thy commands, Tis a delightful road; Nor let my head, or heart, or hands, Offend against my God.

Ps 119:5, Ez 36:2529, 11:1920, Is 24:5

8686

CONSECRATION

Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior

205

Words: Fanny J. Crosby, 1868. Music: Pass Me Not O Gentle Savior William Howard Doane, 1870. Setting: "The Coronation", 1872. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Pass 2. Let 3, Trust 4. Thou me not, O gen me at Thy throne ing on ly in the Spring of all tle of Thy my Sa mer me com vior, cy rit, fort, Hear my hum ble Find a sweet re Would I seek Thy More than life to cry; lief, face; me,

4 4

While on o thers Thou art Kneel ing there in deep con Heal my wound ed, bro ken Whom have I on earth be

call tri spi side

ing, tion; rit, Thee?

Do Help Save Whom

not pass my un me by in Heavn

me be Thy but

by. lief. grace. Thee?

Sa

vior,

Sa

vior,

Hear

my

hum

ble

cry;

While

on

thers Thou art

call

ing,

Do

not pass

me

by.

Mt 20:3034, Gen 18:15, Mk 9:2125

8585985

206

Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us

CONSECRATION

Words: attr. Dorothy Ann Thrupp, 1836. Music and Setting: Bradbury William B. Bradbury, 1859. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Sa 2. We 3. Thou 4. Ear vior, like a shep are Thine, Thou dost hast pro mised to ly let us seek herd be re Thy lead friend ceive fa us, us, us, vor, much be poor ear we need Thy ten der the guard ian of our and sin ful though we ly let us do Thy care; way; be; will;

4 4

In Thy plea sant Keep Thy flock, from Thou hast mer cy Bless d Lord and

pas sin to on

tures de re ly

feed fend lieve Sa

us, us, us, vior,

for our use Thy folds pre seek us when we go a grace to cleanse and powr to with Thy love our bo soms

pare. stray. free. fill.

Bless Bless Bless Bless

d d d d

Je Je Je Je

sus, sus, sus, sus,

bless bless bless bless

d d d d

Je Je Je Je

sus! sus! sus! sus!

Thou Hear, We Thou

hast O will hast

bought us, hear us ear ly loved us,

Thine when turn love

we we to us

are. pray. Thee. still.

Bless Bless Bless Bless

d d d d

Je Je Je Je

sus, sus, sus, sus,

bless bless bless bless

d d d d

Je Je Je Je

sus! sus! sus! sus!

Thou Hear, We Thou

hast O will hast

bought hear ear loved

us, us ly us,

Thine when turn love

we we to us

are. pray. Thee. still.

Jn 10:3, Ps 23, Jn 10:116, Eph 2:45, Rom 5:8

87878787

CONSECRATION

Take My Life And Let It Be

207

Words: Frances R. Havergal, 1874. Music: Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (17561791). Setting: composite found in "Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church", 1920. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 140

3 4
1. Take 2. Take 3. Take 4. Take 5. Take my my my my my life, hands, voice, sil will, and and and ver and let it let them let me and my make it be move sing gold; Thine; con se at the al ways, not a it shall cra im on mite be ted, pulse ly, would no Lord, to of Thy for my I with long er Thee. love. King. hold. mine.

3 4

Take Take Take Take Take

my my my my my

mo feet, lips, in heart,

ments and and tell it

and let let ect, is

my them them and Thine

days; be be use own;

let swift filled e it

them and with very shall

flow beau mess powr be

in ti a as Thy

cease ful ges Thou ro

less for from shalt yal

praise. Thee. Thee. choose. throne.

6. Take my love, my Lord, I pour at Thy feet its treasure store. Take myself, and I will be ever, only, all for Thee.

Rom 12:12, Rom 6:13, 1Cor 6:20, 2Cor 5:15

7777

208

Take Thou My Hand and Lead Me

CONSECRATION

(also known as O Take My Hand, Dear Father or Lord Take My Hand and Lead Me)
Words: Julie Katharina von Hausmann, 1862. Translated by Rev. Julius Herman Edward Horstmann (18691954), before 1901. Music: So Nimm Denn Meine Hnde Friedrich Silcher, 1842. Setting: Donna Snell, circa 1975. copyright: public domain. Setting released into the public domain by Donna Snell 10 Nov 2010. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Take 2. Take 3. Though Thou Thou oft my my I hand, heart think and and Thou lead hide hid me it est oer in Thy lifes folds won rough of drous way, grace might,

4 4

with Though Still

Heavn ly pain or to my

Man woe goal

na be Thou

feed tide guid

me it est

from to me

day know through

to Thy dark

day. face night,

A Draw, Take,

lone Lord, then,

my of my

foot Thy hands

steps good and

fal plea lead

ter sure me

and Thy till

strag child life

gle to is

wide, Thee, oer,

Lord And With

who my grant me heavn ly

life canst faiths full man na

al mea feed

ter be sure though me for

Thou naught ev

my I er

guide. see. more.

Ps 25:122, Jer 31:914, Ex 13:21, Ps 119:105

11 11 11 11

CONSECRATION

Whiter Than Snow

209

Words: James Nicholson, 1872. Music: Whiter Than Snow William Gustavus Fischer, 1872. Setting: "Pentecostal Hymns, No. 2", 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 80

3 4
1. Lord 2. Lord 3. Lord 4. Lord Je Je Je Je sus, I sus, look sus, for sus, Thou long to be down from Thy this I most see st I per throne hum pa fect in bly tient ly the en ly whole; I skies, And treat, I wait, Come want help wait, now, Thee for me to bless ed and with

3 4

ev make Lord, in

er to a com at Thy me a

live in my plete sac ri cru ci fied new heart cre

soul, fice; feet, ate;

Break I By To

down ev give up faith, for those who

ry my my have

i self, clean sought

dol, cast and what sing, I Thee, Thou

out ev see ne

ev ry er I Thy blood ver saidst

foe; know, flow, No,

Now Now Now Now

wash wash wash wash

me me me me

and and and and

I I I I

shall shall shall shall

be be be be

whit whit whit whit

er er er er

than than than than

snow. snow. snow. snow.

Whit

er

than

snow,

yes,

whit

er

than

snow;

Now

wash

me,

and

shall

be

whit

er

than

snow.

Ps 51:112, Is 1:18, Heb 13:15, Rom 12:18

11 11 11 11 9 11

210

Happy the Man Who Feareth God


(also known as Happy Who in Gods Fear Doth Stay)

NEW OBEDIENCE

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Wo Gott Zum Haus (Walter) from Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Bartolomus Gesius, 1605. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Hap 2. Thy 3. Lo! 4. Out 5. He py the wife shall, to the of Mount shall be man who fear like a fruit man these bless Zi on God with thee in eth ful ings shall thy God, vine, cleave send, ways, Whose Fill Who And And feet all in crown give His ho ly thy house with Gods ho ly with joy thy thee health and

4 4

ways clus fear lat length

have ters doth ter of

trod; fine; live; end; days

Thine own Thy child From him That thou Yea, thou

good ren the Je shalt

hand all an ru child

shall be cient sa rens

nour fresh curse lem child

ish and hath mayst ren

thee, sound, fled see, see,

And well Like ol By A In fa And peace

and ive dams vor on

hap plants race and Is

py thy in pros ra

shalt ta her per el

thou be. ble round. it ed. it y. shall be.

Ps 146:5, Job 28:28, Acts 9:31

8888

NEW OBEDIENCE

Happy the Man Who Feareth God


(also known as Happy Who in Gods Fear Doth Stay)

211

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Wo Gott Zum Haus Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Hap py the 2. Thy wife shall, 3. Lo! to the 4. Out of Mount 5. He shall be man like man Zi with who a these on thee fear fruit bless God in eth God, Whose feet ful vine, Fill all ings cleave Who in shall send, And crown thy ways, And give His thy Gods with thee ho house ho joy health ly with ly thy and ways clus fear lat length have ters doth ter of trod; fine; live; end; days

4 4

Thine Thy From That Yea,

own child him thou thou

good ren the Je shalt

hand all an ru child

shall be cient sa rens

nour fresh curse lem child

ish and hath mayst ren

thee, sound, fled see, see,

And well and Like ol ive By A dams In fa vor And peace on

hap plants race and Is

py shalt thou thy ta ble in her it pros per it ra el shall

be. round. ed. y. be.

Ps 146:5, Job 28:28, Acts 9:31

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212

He Who Would Valiant Be

NEW OBEDIENCE

Words: John Bunyan, 1684. Modified by Percy Dearmer, 1906. Music: Monks Gate traditional English. Setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1904. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. He 2. Who 3. Since, who would val so be set Lord, Thou dost iant him de be round fend gainst with us all dis with dis mal Thy a stor Spi ster, ies rit,

4 4

Let Do We

him in con but them selves know we at

stan con the

cy found end,

fol his shall

low the strength the life in

Mas more her

ter. is. it.

Theres No Then

no dis cour age foes shall stay his fan cies flee a

ment might; way!

shall though Ill

make he fear

him once re with gi ants not what men

lent fight, say,

His He Ill

first will la

a vowed make good bor night

in his and

tent right day

to to to

be be be

a a a

pil pil pil

grim. grim. grim.

Jn 12:26, 1Pt 2:1924, 3:1216, Heb 11

11 11 12 11

NEW OBEDIENCE

Jesus Wants All Of His Children

213

Words: verses 15 Mrs. James W. Wood, 1909. verses 67 Brian J. Dumont, 2008. Music and Setting: Blessed Are They Mrs. James W. Wood, from "Service in Song", Standard Pub. Co., 1909. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision. verses 67 released into the public domain by the author on 17 Dec 2008.

= 100

4 4
1. Je 2. Je 3. Je 4. "Bless 5. When sus sus sus ed we wants was wants are find all so us the our of His meek and to be pure in friends are child ren low ly, lov ing, heart," an gry, to As help thus we be a ing the will good and lit tle when we Sav ior to them true; child. may. taught. say,

4 4

He We We Clean "Je

will help if will try to will try to in mind, in sus wants you

we but ask Him, be like Je sus, be kind heart ed, dy, soul, in bo to be lov ing,

help us gen tle, mer ci pure in each and

glad ly pa tient, ful each ev ery ev ery

too. mild. day. thought. day."

6. When I know that I have done wrong, to Jesus I flee. He has paid for all transgressions, He has paid for me! 7. Jesus knew that we would fail Him so He came to be Life to all the poor and lost ones, life eternally!

Mt 5:312, 11:29, Jas 3:17

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214

My Jesus, As Thou Wilt

NEW OBEDIENCE

Words: Benjamin Schmolck, circa 1704. Translated by Jane L. Borthwick, 1854. Music: Jewett or Weber Carl M. von Weber, 1821. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. My 2. My 3. My 4. My Je Je Je Je sus, sus, sus, sus, as as as as Thou Thou Thou Thou wilt! wilt! wilt! wilt! Oh, If Though All may Thy need y seen through shall be will here man well be and ya for mine! poor, tear, me;

4 4

In Give Let Each

to me not chang

Thy Thy my ing

hand of love I peo ples bread, their star of hope grow fu ture scene I

would por dim glad

my all tion rich or dis ly trust

re and ap with

sign; sure. pear; Thee:

Through The Since Straight

sor man Thou to

row, na on my

or through joy, of Thy Word earth hast wept, home a bove

con Let and I

duct me my soul sor rowed trav el

as feed oft calm

Thine up a ly

own, on; lone, on,

And And If And

help if I sing,

me all must in

still else weep life

to should with or

say, fail, Thee, death,

my my my my

Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord,

Thy thy Thy Thy

will will will will

be be be be

done! done! done! done!

Mt 6:10, Ps 40:8, Jn 6:40, Acts 22:1416

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NEW OBEDIENCE

Where He Leads Me

215

(also known as I Can Hear My Savior Calling or Follow All The Way)
Words: Edward (or Ernest) William Blandy, 1890. Music: Blandy or Norris attr. John Samuel Norris (18441907) or Philip Paul Bliss (18381876). Setting: "Best Endeavor Hymns", 1907. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. I can 2. Ill go 3. Ill go 4. He will hear my Sa vior with Him through the with Him through the give me grace and call gar judg glo ing, den, ment, ry, I can Ill go Ill go He will hear my Sa vior with Him through the with Him through the give me grace and call gar judg glo ing, den, ment, ry,

4 4

I Ill Ill He

can go go will

hear my Sa vior with Him through the with Him through the give me grace and

call gar judg glo

ing, den, ment, ry,

"Take Ill Ill And

thy go go go

cross with with with

and Him, Him, me,

fol with with with

low, Him Him me

fol all all all

low the the the

Me." way. way. way.

Where He

leads

me

will

fol low,

Where He

leads

me

will

fol low,

Where He

leads

me I

will

fol low;

Ill go

with Him, with Him, all

the

way.

Jn 12:26, 21:22, 13:3738, 10:2730, Mk 8:3438

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216

Did You Think To Pray?

PRAYER

Words: Mary A. Pepper Kidder, 1876. Music: Stockbridge or Did You Think To Pray William Oscar Perkins, 1876. Setting: William Oscar Perkins, 1876. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. Ere 2. When 3. When 4. When you you your sore left met heart tri your with was als room great filled came this temp with up morn ta an on ing, tion, ger, you, Did Did Did Did you you you you think think think think to to to to pray? pray? pray? pray?

4 4

In the By His Did you When your

name dy plead soul

of ing for was

Christ love grace, bowed

our and my in

Sa mer bro sor

vior, it, ther, row,

Did Did That Balm

you you you of

sue claim might Gil

for the for ead

lov Ho give did

ing ly a you

fa Spir no bor

vor, it ther row

As As Who At

a your had the

shield to guide and crossed your gates of

day? stay? way? day?

how pray ing

rests the

wea

ry!

Prayer

will

change the night to

day;

So when life seems dark and

drea

ry,

Dont for get

to

pray.

1Thess 6:17, Ps 5:3,12, Mk 11:2425

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PRAYER

Our Father Thou in Heaven Above

217

(also known as Our Father, Who from Heaven Above or Our Father in the Heaven Who Art)
Words: Martin Luther, 1539. Translation composite. Music: Vater Unser im Himmelreich attr. Martin Luther, found in Valentin Schumanns Geistliche Lieder, Leipzig, 1539. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. Our Fa ther, 2. Thy name be 3. Thy king dom 4. Thy gra cious 5. Give us this Thou in heavn a hal lowed. Help us, come. Thine let it will on earth be ly day our dai bove, Who Lord, In be In done As bread And bid pur time tis let dest us to i ty to and in e in heavn be us all be dwell keep ter fore clothed in love, Thy Word, ni ty. Thy throne; and fed.

4 4

As That Let O From

bre to Thy be war

thren the good dience and

of glo Spir in strife

one fa mi ry of Thy it eer be our weal and be our De

ly, Name nigh woe fense,

To We Our And From

cry in ev ry walk be fore Thee hearts with gra ces pa tience in all fa mine and from

need to Thee, free from blame. to sup ply. grief be stow. pes ti lence,

Teach us no Let no false Break Sa tans Curb flesh and That we may

thought doc powr, blood live

less trine de and in

word us feat ev god

to per his ry ly

say, But vert; All rage; Pre ill That peace, Free

from poor, serve sets from

our in most de lu ded Thy Church from it self a all care and

heart to souls con age to gainst Thy a va

pray. vert. age. will. rice.

6. Forgive our sins, Lord, we implore, Remove from us their burden sore, As we their trespasses forgive Who by offenses us do grieve. Thus let us dwell in charity And serve our brother willingly. 7. Into temptation lead us not. When evil foes against us plot And vex our souls on every hand, Oh, give us strength that we may stand Firm in the faith, a wellarmed host, Through comfort of the Holy Ghost!

8. From evil, Lord, deliver us; The times and days are perilous. Redeem us from eternal death, And when we yield our dying breath, Console us, grant us calm release, And take our souls to Thee in peace. 9. Amen, that is, So shall it be. Confirm our faith and hope in Thee That we may doubt not, but believe What here we ask we shall receive. Thus in Thy name and at Thy word We say: Amen. Oh, hear us, Lord! Amen.

Mt 6:913, Lk 11:24

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218

The Lords Prayer (new)

PRAYER

Words: Brian L. Penney, 2008. Music: Erfyniad Welsh Hymn Melody. Setting: David Evans, "Revised Church Hymnary", 1927. copyright: Words: Copyright 2009, Brian L. Penney. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music and Setting: public domain per CCEH. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Fa 2. O 3. O ther Fa Fa in ther, ther, heav now lead en, our us Your dai from name ly temp we bread ta con sup tions fess, ply, powr;

4 4

High And May

and grant we

ex for find

alt give safe

ed ness ty

in bright for in from sins

ho i try

li qui ing

ness; ty; hour;

O May I

may we Lord,

Your for de

king give liv

dom as er

come, we from

Your have the

will been e

be for vil

done, givn, one,

And Our All

may the hearts with this we

earth mer ask

and cy through

heavn be filled, as Your be

joined Yours lov

as in ed

one. heavn. Son.

Mt 6:913, Lk 11:14

10 10 10 10

PRAYER

We Now Implore God the Holy Ghost

219

(also known as To God the Holy Spirit Let Us Pray or O Holy Ghost to Thee We Pray or Now Do We Pray God the Holy Ghost or Now Pray We All God the Comforter or Now Let Us Pray to the Holy Ghost)
Words: v.1 ancient German. verses 24 Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite. Music: Nun Bitten wir den Heiligen Geist ancient German found in Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 140

4 4
1. We 2. Shine 3. Thou 4. Thou now im plore in our hearts, sa cred Love, high est Com God O grace fort the most on in Ho pre us ev ly cious be ry Ghost Light, stow, need, For That Set Grant the we our that

4 4

true Je hearts nei

faith, sus with ther

which Christ heavn shame

we may ly nor

need know fire death

the a a we

most, right, glow heed,

That Cling That That

in our ing to with hearts een then

last our u our

mo Sa ni cou

ments vior, ted rage

He whose we may

may blood love ne

be hath each ver

friend bought o fail

us us. ther, us

And, Who Of When

as a one the

home gain mind, Foe

ward to in shall

we our peace ac

jour ney, at home land hath ry with ev cuse and as

tend brought bro sail

us. us. ther. us.

Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord,

have have have have

mer mer mer mer

cy. cy. cy! cy!

Jn 14:26, 16:1315, Eph 4:36, Rom 8:2327, 9:1, 1Cor 12:3

9 9 11 10 4

220

What A Friend We Have In Jesus

PRAYER

Words: Joseph M. Scriven, 1855. Music: untitled Charles C. Converse, 1868. Setting: "Book of hymns and tunes", 1874. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. What a Friend we 2. Have we tri als 3. Are we weak and 4. Bless ed Sa vior, have and hea Thou in temp vy hast Je ta la pro sus, tions? den, mised all our sins and griefs to Is there trou ble a ny cum bered with a load of Thou wilt all our bur dens bear! where? care? bear

4 4

What a priv i lege We should ne ver be Pre cious Sa vior, still May we ev er, Lord,

to dis our be

car cour re bring

ry aged; fuge, ing

ev take take all

ery thing to God in it to the Lord in it to the Lord in to Thee in earn est

prayer! prayer. prayer. prayer.

O Can Do Soon

what peace we of ten we find a friend so your friends des pise, for in glo ry bright un

for faith sake cloud

feit, ful you? ed

O who Take there

what will it will

need all to be

less our the no

pain sor Lord need

we rows in for

bear, share? prayer! prayer

All Je In Rap

be sus His ture,

cause knows arms praise

we our Hell and

do ev take end

not ery and less

ca weak shield wor

rry ness; you; ship

ev take you will

ery thing to it to the will find a be our sweet

God Lord so por

in in lace tion

prayer. prayer. there. there.

Jn 15:13, Mt 7:78, Heb 4:15, Jn 15:1416, 1Pt 2:24

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PRAISE

All Creatures of Our God and King

221

Words: Francis of Assisi circa 1225. Translated by William H. Draper, 1919. Music: Lasst Uns Erfreuen from Geistliche Kirchengesng, Kln, 1623. Setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 160

6 4
1. All 2. Thou 3. Thou 4. Dear 5. And crea rush flow mo all tures ing ing ther ye of wind wa earth, men our God that art ter, pure whoday of ten and so and by der King strong clear, day heart, Lift Ye Make Un For up clouds mu fold giv your that sic est ing voice sail for bless o and with us in Heaven a thy Lord to ings on our thers, take your sing, long, hear, way, part,

6 4

A lle O O O O

lu praise praise praise sing

ia! Him! Him! Him! ye!

A A A A A

lle lle lle lle lle

lu lu lu lu lu

ia! ia! ia! ia! ia!

Thou Thou Thou The Ye

burn ris fire flowers who

ing ing so and long

sun moon, mas fruits pain

with gol in praise ter ful that in and sor

den re and thee row

beam, joice, bright, grow, bear,

Thou Ye That Let Praise

sil lights giv them God

ver moon with soft er a of eve ning, find est man both warmth and His glo ry al so and on Him cast your

gleam! voice! light. show. care!

praise

Him!

praise

Him!

A lle

lu

ia!

A lle

lu

ia!

A lle

lu

ia!

6. And thou most kind and gentle Death, Waiting to hush our latest breath, O praise Him! Alleluia! Thou leadest home the child of God, And Christ our Lord the way hath trod.

7. Let all things their Creator bless, And worship Him in humbleness, O praise Him! Alleluia! Praise, praise the Father, praise the Son, And praise the Spirit, Three in One!

Ps 69:34, Ps 148

8 8 8 8 8 8 with Alleluias

222

Alleluia, Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven and Voices Raise

PRAISE

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1865. Music: Ode to Joy Ludwig van Beethoven; Adapted by Edward Hodges, 1824. Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 115

4 4
1. Al 2. Now 3. Christ 4. Christ 5. Al le the is is le lu i ri ri lu ia, ron sen, sen, ia, al bars Christ, we al le are the are le lu ia! bro ken, first fruits ri sen! lu ia! Hearts Christ of Shed Glo to Heavn and from death to the ho ly up on us ry be to voi life har heavn God ces is vest ly on raise: born, field, grace, high;

4 4

Sing Glor Which Rain Al

to ious will and le

God life, all dew lu

a and its and ia!

hymn life full gleams to

of im a of the

glad ness, mor tal, bun dance glo ry Sa vior

sing on at from who

to God a the ho ly His se cond the bright ness has gained the

hymn Ea com of vic

of ster ing Thy to

praise. morn. yield: face; ry;

He, Christ Then That Al

who on the has tri umphed, den the gol we, with our le lu ia!

cross and ears hearts to

a we of in the

Vic con har Hea Spir

tim, quer vest ven, it,

for by will here fount

the worlds sal His might y their heads be on earth may of love and

va en fore fruit sanc

tion bled, ter prise: Him wave, ful be, ti ty:

Je We Rip And Al

sus Christ, the with Him to ened by His by an gel le lu ia,

King of life e glor ious hands be al le

glo ry, ter nal sun shine ga thered, lu ia!

now by from and to

is His the be the

ri res fur ev Tri

sen ur rows er, une

from rec of Lord, Ma

the tion the with jes

dead. rise. grave. Thee. ty.

1Cor 15:5457, Is 25:79, Rev 21:4, 2Tim 1:10

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PRAISE

Angel Voices, Ever Singing

223

Words: Francis Pott, 1861. Music: Angel Voices (Monk) Edwin G. Monk, 1861. Setting: Presbyterian Hymnal, 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. An 2. Thou 3. Lord, 4. Here, 5. Ho gel voi ces, Who art be we know Thy great God, to nor, glo ry, e yond love day might ver the re we and sing ing, far thest joi ces of fer me rit, round mor oer of Thine Thy tal each Thine shall throne eye work own e of can of to ver light, scan, Thine; Thee; be,

4 4

An Can Thou And Fa

gel it didst for ther,

harps, be ears Thine Son,

for that and ac and

e Thou hands cept Ho

ver re and ance ly

ring ing, gard est voi ces prof fer, Spi rit,

rest songs for all bless

not of Thy un ed

day or sin ful praise com worth i Tri ni

night; man? bine; ly, ty;

Thou Can Crafts Hearts Of

sands on we feel mans art and minds, the best

ly that and and that

live Thou mu hands Thou

to art sics and hast

bless Thee, near us mea sure voi ces, giv en

and and for in Earth

con wilt Thy our and

fess hear plea choic Hea

Thee us? sure est ven

Lord Yea, didst me ren

of we de lo der

might. can. sign. dy. Thee.

Rev 5:814, Ps 148:12

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224

Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise

PRAISE

Words: Walter Chalmers Smith, 1876. Music: St. Denio or Joanna or Palestrina traditional Welsh found in "Caniadau y Cyssegr" by John Roberts, 1839. Setting: "Caniadau y Cyssegr ar Teulu", 1878, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. Im 2. Un 3. To 4. Great 5. All mor rest all, Fath laud tal, ing, life er we in un Thou of would vis hast giv glo ren i ing, est, ry, der; ble, and to pure O God si both Fath help on lent great er us ly as and of to wise, light, small; light, see

3 4

In Nor In Thine Tis

light want all an on

in ing, life gels ly

ac nor Thou a the

ces wast liv dore splen

si ing, est, Thee, dor

ble Thou the all of

hid rul true veil light

from est life ing hid

our in of their eth

eyes, might; all; sight; Thee,

Most Thy We But And

bless just blos of so

d, ice, som Thy let

most like and rich Thy

glor moun flour gra glo

ious, tains, ish ces ry,

the high as this al

An soar leaves grace, might

cient ing on Lord, y,

of a the im im

Days, bove tree, part part,

Al Thy And Take Through

might y, clouds, which with er the veil Christ in

vic are and from His

tor foun per our stor

ious, tains ish face, y,

Thy of but the Thy

great Name good ness naught chang vile from Christ to

we and eth our the

praise. love. Thee. heart. heart.

1Tim 1:17, Rom 1:20

11 11 11 11

PRAISE

Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee

225

Words: Henry J. van Dyke, 1907. Music: Ode to Joy Ludwig van Beethoven; Adapted by Edward Hodges, 1824. Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 115

4 4
1. Joy 2. All 3. Thou 4. Mor ful, joy ful, Thy works with art giv ing tals, join the we a joy sur and for ha ppy dore round giv chor Thee, Thee, ing, us, God earth ev which of glor y, and heaven re er bless ing, the morn ing Lord flect ev stars of love; Thy rays, er blessed, be gan;

4 4

Hearts un Stars and Well spring ther Fa

fold an of love

like gels the is

flowers sing joy reign

be a of ing

fore round liv oer

Thee, Thee, ing, us,

o pening to the cen ter of un o cean depth of bro ther love binds

sun bro hap man

a ken py to

bove. praise. rest! man.

Melt Field Thou E

the clouds of and for est, our Fa ther, ver sing ing,

sin vale Christ march

and and our we

sad moun Bro on

ness; tain, ther, ward,

drive flow all vic

the ery who tors

dark of mea dow, live in in the

doubt flash love midst

a ing are of

way; sea, Thine; strife,

Giv er Sing ing Teach us Joy ful

of bird how mu

im and to sic

mor tal flow ing love each leads us

glad ness, foun tain o ther, Sun ward

fill call lift in

us us us the

with the to re to the tri umph

light joice joy song

of in div of

day! Thee. ine. life.

Ps 71:23, Jn 12:46

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226

O Lord We Praise Thee


(also known as May God be Praised Henceforth and Blest Forever or Let God Be Blest)

PRAISE

Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite. Music: Gott Sei Gelobet und Gebenedeiet or Enchiridion or Gud Vre Lovet Evig Nu traditional German c. 1400 found in Klugs Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533. Setting: Johann Hermann Schein, 1627, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 160

4 4
1. O Lord, we 2. Thy ho ly 3. May God be praise Thee, bo dy stow on bless Thee, and a in to death was us His grace and dore Thee, gi ven, fa vor In thanks Life to To please giv ing win for Him with

4 4

bow us our

be in be

fore hea ha

Thee ven. vior

Thou with Thy No great er And live as

bo dy love than breth ren

and Thy blood didst this to Thee could here in love and

nou rish bind us; un ion

Our weak May this Nor re

souls that feast there pent this

they may of re blest Co

flou mind mmun

rish: us! ion!

O O O

Lord, have Lord, have Lord, have

mer mer mer

cy! cy! cy!

May Lord, Let

Thy Thy not

bo kind Thy

dy, ness good

Lord, did Spir

born of so con it for

Ma strain sake

ry, Thee us;

That That Grant

our Thy that

sins and blood should heavn ly

Ps 51:15, 1Cor 11:2326, Mt 26:2628, 1Pt 2:24

11 8 11 8 5 9 9 6 7 5

PRAISE

226(2)

sor bless min

rows and ded

did sus He

car tain make

ry, me. us;

And All Give

Thy our Thy

blood debt Church,

for Thou Lord,

us hast to

plead paid; see

In all Peace with Days of

tri al, God once peace and

fear, more u

and is ni

need: made: ty:

O O O

Lord, have Lord, have Lord, have

mer mer mer

cy! cy. cy!

Ps 51:15, 1Cor 11:2326, Mt 26:2628, 1Pt 2:24

11 8 11 8 5 9 9 6 7 5

227

Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow


(Doxology; see also Awake, My Soul, And With The Sun)

PRAISE

Words: Thomas Ken, 1674. Music: Old 100th Genevan Psalter, attr. Louis Bourgeois, c. 1551. Setting: Sternhold and Hopkins Psalter, 1561. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

1. Praise God, from Whom all

bles

sings flow;

Praise Him, all crea tures

here

be

low;

Praise Him a bove, ye

heavn

ly

host;

Praise Fa ther, Son, and

Ho

ly

Ghost.

Rom 13:11, Ps 17:15, Ps 148:12, Eph 1:3

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PRAISE

Praise To The Lord, The Almighty

228

Words: Joachim Neander, 1680. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863. Music: Lobe den Herren from Ander Theil des Erneuerten Gesangbuch, 1665. Setting: William Sterndale Bennett, 1863, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. Praise 2. Praise 3. Praise 4. Praise 5. Praise to to to to to the the the the the Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord, the Who Who Who Who, Al oer hath doth when might y, the all things so fear ful ly, pros per thy tem pests their King won won work war of drous drous and fare cre ly ly, de are a reign made fend wa tion! eth, thee; thee; ging,

3 4

O Shel Health Sure Who,

my ters hath ly when

soul, thee vouch His the

praise un safed good e

Him, der and, ness le

for His when and ments

He wings, heed mer mad

is thy yea, so less ly cy here ly a

health gent fall dai round

and ly ing, ly thee

sal sus hath at are

va tain stayed tend ra

tion! eth! thee. thee. ging,

All Hast What Pon Bid

ye thou need der deth

who not or a them

hear, seen grief new cease,

now how ev what turn

to His thy de er hath the Al eth their

tem si failed might fu

ple draw res have of re y can ry to

near; been lief? do, peace,

Praise Grant Wings If Whirl

Him ed of with winds

in in His His and

glad what mer love wa

a He cy He ters

dor or did be as

a dain shade friend suag

tion. eth thee. thee. ing.

6.Praise to the Lord, Who, when darkness of sin is abounding, Who, when the godless do triumph, all virtue confounding, Sheddeth His light, chaseth the horrors of night, Saints with His mercy surrounding. Ps 150:12, Ps 23:6

7.Praise to the Lord, O let all that is in me adore Him! All that hath life and breath, come now with praises before Him. Let the Amen sound from His people again, Gladly for aye we adore Him. 14 14 4 7 8

229

The God of Abraham Praise

PRAISE

Words: Daniel ben Judah, circa 1400. Paraphrased by Thomas Olivers, circa 1765. Music: Yigdal or Leoni Traditional Hebrew. Setting: Meyer Lyon, 1780. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

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4 4
1. The 2. The 3. The 4. He 5. Tho God of Ab God of Ab God of Ab by Him self na tures strength rham rham rham has de praise, praise, praise, sworn; cay, Who at Whose I and reigns Whose all on earth en throned a su preme com suf fic ient His oath de and hell with bove; mand grace pend, stand,

4 4

An From Shall I To

cient of e earth I rise guide me all shall, on ea Ca naans bounds

ver and my gle I

last seek hap wings urge

ing the py up my

days, and joys at days, in borne, to way, at

God His all Heavn His

of right my a com

Love; hand; ways. scend. mand.

Je I He I The

ho all calls shall wa

vah, great I on earth for a worm His be hold His try deep I

AM! sake, friend, face; pass,

by its He I with

earth wis calls shall Je

and dom, Him His sus

Heavn fame, self powr in

con and my a my

fessed; powr; God! dore, view;

I And And And And

bow and bless the ly Him my on He shall save me sing the won ders thro the how ling

sa Por to of wil

cred tion the His der

Name make, end, grace ness

for my thro for my

ev Shield Je ev way

er and sus er pur

blessed. Towr. blood. more. sue.

Ex 3:1415, 1Chr 29:18

6 6 12 6 6 12

PRAISE
6.The goodly land I see, with peace and plenty blessd; A land of sacred liberty, and endless rest. There milk and honey flow, and oil and wine abound, And trees of life forever grow with mercy crowned. 7.There dwells the Lord our King, the Lord our righteousness, Triumphant oer the world and sin, the Prince of peace; On Sions sacred height His kingdom still maintains, And glorious with His saints in light forever reigns. 8.He keeps His own secure, He guards them by His side, Arrays in garments, white and pure, His spotless bride: With streams of sacred bliss, with groves of living joys With all the fruits of Paradise, He still supplies. 9.Before the great ThreeOne they all exulting stand; And tell the wonders He hath done, through all their land: The listning spheres attend, and swell the growing fame; And sing, in songs which never end, the wondrous Name. 10.The God Who reigns on high the great archangels sing, And "Holy, holy, holy!" cry, "Almighty King! Who was, and is, the same, and evermore shall be: Jehovah Father great I AM, we worship Thee!" 11.Before the Saviors face the ransomed nations bow; Oerwhelmed at His almighty grace, forever new: He shows His prints of love they kindle to a flame! And sound thro all the worlds above the slaughtered Lamb. 12.The whole triumphant host give thanks to God on high; "Hail, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost," they ever cry. Hail, Abrahams God, and mine! (I join the heavnly lays,) All might and majesty are Thine, and endless praise.

229(2)

Ex 3:1415, 1Chr 29:18

6 6 12 6 6 12

230

And Can It Be

THANKSGIVING

Words: Charles Wesley, 1738. Music: Fillmore Jeremiah Ingalls (17641828). Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

3 4
1. And 2. Tis 3. He 4. Long 5. Still can mys left my the it tery His im small be all: Fa pris in that thIm thers oned ward I should mor tal throne a spir it voice I gain dies: bove lay, hear, An Who So Fast That in terest can ex free, so bound in whis pers in plore in sin all the His fi and my

3 4

Sa strange nite na sins

viors de His tures for

blood? sign? grace? night; givn;

Died In Emp Thine Still

He vain tied eye the

for the Him diff a

me, first self used ton

who born of a ing

caused ser all quick blood

His aph but ning is

pain? tries love, ray? near,

For To And I That

me, sound bled woke, quenched

who the for the the

Him depths A dun wrath

to of dams geon of

death love help flamed hos

pur di less with tile

sued? vine. race: light; Heavn.

A Tis Tis My I

ma mer mer chains feel

zing cy cy fell the

love! all! all, off, life

How Let im my His

can earth mense heart wounds

it a and was im

be, dore, free, free, part;

That Let For I I

Thou, an O rose, feel

my gel my went the

God, minds God, forth, Sa

shouldst in it and vior

die quire found fol in

for no out lowed my

me? more. me! Thee. heart.

6. No condemnation now I dread; Jesus, and all in Him, is mine; Alive in Him, my living Head, And clothed in righteousness divine, Bold I approach theternal throne, And claim the crown, through Christ my own.

Rom 5:810, Eph 3:812, Acts 12:7, 1Kgs 19:1112

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For The Beauty Of The Earth

231

Words: Folliot S. Pierpoint, 1864. Music: Dix Conrad Kocher, 1838. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. For 2. For 3. For 4. For 5. For the the the the Thy beau beau joy joy Church, ty ty of of that of of ear hu ev the each and man er earth hour, eye, love, more For Of For Bro Lift the glo ry the day and the heart and ther, sis ter, eth ho ly of of minds pa hands the the de rent, a skies, night, light, child, bove,

4 4

For Hill For Friends Offr

the and the on ing

love which vale, and mys tic earth and up on

from tree har friends ev

our birth and flowr, mo ny bove, a ery shore

O ver and a Sun and moon, and Link ing sense to For all gen tle Her pure sac ri

round stars sound thoughts fice

us of and and of

lies. light. sight. mild. love.

Lord

of

all,

to

Thee

we raise,

This

our

hymn

of

grate

ful

praise.

6. For the martyrs crown of light, For Thy prophets eagle eye, For Thy bold confessors might, For the lips of infancy.

7. For Thy virgins robes of snow, For Thy maiden mother mild, For Thyself, with hearts aglow, Jesu, Victim undefiled.

8. For each perfect gift of Thine, To our race so freely given, Graces human and divine, Flowers of earth and buds of Heaven.

Is 6:3, Ps 95:16, Ps 33:16

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232

His Gifts

THANKSGIVING

Words: Brian J. Dumont, 2011. Music: Simple Gifts (Shaker dance) Joseph Brackett, 1848, alt. Setting: Brian J. Dumont, 2011. copyright: Melody, public domain. Words and Setting: Copyright 2011 Brian J. Dumont. These lyrics and setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Its 2. Its 3. Its 4. Its 5. Its His His His His His gift, gift, gift, gift, gift, this cre a tion, all the in car na tion, He be our re demp tion, bought and res ur rec tion Raised to His as cen sion we a glo came paid life wait ry we see, us to be in His blood so that we His re turn. Its the All the All Gods May al Not a gift things wrath so lone,

4 4

laid our poured with yet

out fal out Him for

for len in in His

A dam and for Eve, But race could nev er be. Our one tre mend ous flood. The glo ry al ways be. His pres ence yearn. Christ near er

as na ran new leads

they turned a way ture He would take som paid for all life is Gods pro us to the Fa

from and in mise ther

His then His and and

world jus act guar makes

so ti of an our

bright, It would fy, To the Grace meant to tee of the home Where well

plunge us Laws de bring you gift He sing to

deep in to mands Christ would in to His pre pares for ge ther a

fear ful lov you round

of ly ing and His

the Light. com ply. em brace. for me. Throne.

Life,

life

poured

out on you and me

He

calls

us

to live

and His

Glo

ry

to see

Eph 2:810, 4:48, 1Jn 5:1012, Titus 3:47, Jas 1:1718, Jn 10:2730, 4:10, Rom 6:23, 5:1517, 3:2126 7 6 11 11 11 8 11 9 10

THANKSGIVING

232(2)

Our

Lord

calls

us

home with Him to be

in His

pres ence liv

ing e

ter

nal

ly!

6. Its His gift, of His Spirit poured on us in His Word Who reminds us of all Jesus taught and did. His Peace was sent to Comfort and be with us and sustain our faith in the Lords promises. 7. Its His gift, our repentance even this is from Him! When His Law and Spirit move our hearts within, They crush our vain ambition and very thoughts, drive us each to Gods mercy His Kingdom is wrought! 8. Its His gift of Baptism washed us clean in His Son placed us in His Name and took us as His own What comfort givn to us in this lifelong trust Given faith that Christs work is applied now to us. 9. Its His Gift of His Table where He feeds us His sheep; Blest communion with our God forever sweet. His Body and His Blood poured out for us all Givn to heal our wounds and restore our_ soul. 10. Its His Gift of eternal life spent in His embrace, To be with the Father and to sing His praise And so with God the Son who redeemed our souls With the Spirit together forever extolled.

Eph 2:810, 4:48, 1Jn 5:1012, Titus 3:47, Jas 1:1718, Jn 10:2730, 4:10, Rom 6:23, 5:1517, 3:2126 7 6 11 11 11 8 11 9 10

233

Now Thank We All Our God

THANKSGIVING

Words: Martin Rinkart, c.1636. Translated Catherine Winkworth, 1856. Music: Nun Danket Johann Crger, 1647. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

1. Now 2. O 3. All

thank may praise

we all our this boun teous and thanks to

God, God God

with through the

heart and hands and all our life be Fa ther now be

voi near gi

ces, us, ven;

Who With The

won ev Son

drous things has er joy ful and Him Who

done, hearts reigns

in and with

Whom this bless ed Them in

world re peace to high est

joi cheer Hea

ces; us; ven;

Who And The

from keep one

our mo us in e ter

thers His nal

arms grace, God,

has and Whom

blessed us guide us earth and

on when Heavn

our per a

way plexed; dore;

With And For

count free thus

less us it

gifts from was,

of all is

love, ills, now,

and in and

still is ours this world and shall be ev

to the er

day. next! more.

2Cor 2:14, Rom 6:7

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O Day of Rest And Gladness

234

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. Music: Woodbird or Es Flog Ein Kleins Waldvgelein traditional German found in "Memminger Tabulaturbuche", 17th Century. Setting: George Ratcliffe Woodward, 1904. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 125

4 4
1. O 2. On 3. Thou 4. Thou 5. To day thee, art art day of at a a on rest and the cre port, pro ly ho wear y glad a tec lad na ness, o tion, the ted from der, where tions the day light storms an heaven of first that gels ly joy had round go man and its us and na light, birth; rise; come; falls;

4 4

O On A Each To

balm of thee, for gar den, Sun day ho ly

care our int finds con

and sal er us vo

sad va sec glad ca

ness, most tion, Christ ted with der, near tions the

beau rose streams er sil

ti from of to ver

ful, depths par heaven, trum

most of a our pet

bright: earth; dise; home; calls,

On On Thou A Where

thee, the high thee, our Lord, art a cool day of sweet Gos pel light

and vic ing re is

low tor foun fec glow

ly, through ious, the tain in tion, thou ing with

a ges joined in Spi rit sent from lifes dry, drea ry art a day of pure and ra diant

tune, heaven, sand; love, beams,

Sing And From A And

ho ly, thus on thee, like day of liv ing

ho thee, Pis res wa

ly, most gahs ur ter

h glor moun rec flow

oly, to ious, a tain, we tion from ing, with

the great tri ple view our earth to soul re

God light pro things fresh

Tri was mised a ing

une. given. land. bove. streams.

6. New graces ever gaining from this our day of rest, We reach the rest remaining to spirits of the blessed. To Holy Ghost be praises, to Father, and to Son; The church her voice upraises to Thee, blessed Three in One.
Ex 20:10, Gen 2:23 76767676

235

O Lord of Heavn and Earth and Sea

THANKSGIVING

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1863. Music: Es Ist Kein Tag Johann D. Meyer, 1692. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. O 2. The 3. For 4. Thou 5. Thou Lord gol peace didst givst of den ful not the Heavn sun homes spare Spir and shine, and Thine its earth ver health on bless and nal ful ly d sea, air, days, Son, dowr,

4 4

To Sweet For But Spir

Thee flowrs all gavst it

all and the Him of

praise fruits, bless for life

and Thy ings a and

glo love earth world love

ry de dis un and

be; clare; plays, done, powr,

How Where We And And

shall har owe free dost

we vests Thee ly, His

show our ri pen, thank ful with that sevn fold

love Thou ness bless gra

to art and d ces

Thee, there, praise, One, showr

Who Who Who Thou Up

giv giv giv giv on

est est est est us

all? all. all. all. all.

6. For souls redeemed, for sins forgivn, For means of grace and hopes of Heavn, Father, all praise to Thee be givn, Who givest all.

7. We lose what on ourselves we spend, We have as treasure without end Whatever, Lord, to Thee we lend, Who givest all.

8. To Thee, from Whom we all derive Our life, our gifts, our power to give: O may we ever with Thee live, Who givest all.

Acts 14:15, Rom 8:32, Ps 145:1519

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TRUST

All Depends On Our Possessing

236

Words: unknown circa 1673. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858. Music: Alles ist an Gottes Segen Johann Balthasar Knig, 1738. Setting: "Chorale Book for England", 1863, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. All 2. He 3. Ma 4. When 5. Well de pends on who hi ther ny spend their with sor row He knows what our pos sess ing to hath fed me lives in fret ting I am strick en, best to grant me; Gods And Ov Hope All a bun dant to ma ny er tri fles my heart a the long ing grace joys and new hopes and bless ing, hath led me, in get ting will quick en, that haunt me,

4 4

Though Is Things All Joy

all and that my and

earth ly ev er have no long ing sor row,

wealth shall sol shall have

de part. be mine. id ground. be stilled. their day.

He He I To I

who trusts with who did so shall strive to His lo ving shall doubt His

faith un sha ken gent ly school me, win a treas ure kind ness ten der wis dom nev er,

In He That Soul As

His God is who still doth will bring me and bo dy God wills, so

not for guide and last ing I sur be it

sa ken rule me, pleas ure ren der; ev er,

And Will And For I

eer keeps a re main my that now is in Him a to Him com

daunt less heart. Help di vine. sel dom found. lone I build. mit my way.

6. If on earth my days He lengthen, He my weary soul will strengthen; All my trust in Him I place. Earthly wealth is not abiding, Like a stream away is gliding; Safe I anchor in His grace.

Pr 10:22, 2Cor 6:10, Heb 10:34

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237

Fear Not, O Little Flock

TRUST

Words: Attr. to King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (15941632), Jacob Fabricius (15931654) or Johann M. Altenburg (15841640). Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1855. Music: Kommt her zu mir, spricht Gottes Sohn traditional German, 1490. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges Choralbuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 160

4 4
1. Fear 2. Be 3. As 4. A not, O of good true as men, Lord lit cheer; Gods Je tle your own sus, flock, the foe cause be longs word is true, grant our prayer! Who To Not Great mad ly Him who earth nor Cap tain, seeks can hell now

4 4

your a with Thine

ov er throw; venge your wrongs; all their crew arm make bare;

Dread not Leave it gainst A Fight for

his to us us

rage Him shall once

and our pre a

powr; Lord. vail. gain.

What though your Though hid den A jest and So shall thy

cou yet by saints

rage from word and

some all are mar

times our they tyrs

faints, eyes, grown; raise

His seem ing He sees the God is with A might y

tri Gid us, cho

umph eon we rus

oer who are to

Gods saints shall rise; His own, Thy praise,

Lasts To Our World

but save vic with

one us, try out

lit and can end.

tle His not A

hour. word. fail. men.

Lk 12:32, Ps 27:114, 1Pt 3:1317, Heb 13:6, Ps 56:113

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God Will Take Care of You

238

Words: Civilla Durfee Martin, 1905. Music: Martin Walter Stillman Martin, 1905. Setting: "Alexanders Gospel Songs", 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 90

6 8
1. Be 2. Through 3. All 4. No not days you mat dis mayed of toil may need ter what what when He may eer be tide, heart doth fail, will pro vide, be the test, God God God God will will will will take take take take care care care care of of of of you; you; you; you;

6 8

Be When No Lean,

neath dan thing wear

His gers you y

wings fierce ask one,

of your will u

love path be pon

a as de His

bide, sail, nied, breast,

God God God God

will will will will

take take take take

care care care care

of of of of

you. you. you. you.

God

will

take

care

of

you,

through ev

ry

day,

oer

all

the way;

He

will

take

care

of

you,

God will take care

of

you.

Ps 34:910, Lk 12:3032, Rom 8:32, Phil 4:19

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239

How Firm A Foundation

TRUST

Words: John Rippon, 1787. Music: Foundation (Funk) or Protection Joseph Funk, 1832. Setting: "Union Harmony", 1837. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 125

2 2
1. How 2. In 3. Fear 4. When 5. When firm ev not, through through a ery I the fie foun con am deep ry da tion, ye di tion, in with thee, O wa ters I tri als thy saints sick be call path of the ness, in not dis thee to ways shall Lord, health; mayed, go, lie, Is In For The My laid po I ri grace, for ver am vers all your tys thy of su

2 2

faith vale, God woe ffic

in or and shall ient,

His a will not shall

ex bound still thee be

cel lent ing in give thee ver o thy sup

Word! What wealth; At aid; Ill flow; For ply; The

more can He home and a strength en and I will be flame shall not

say broad, help with hurt

than to on the thee, and thee, thy thee; I

you land, cause trou on

He hath on the thee to bles to ly de

said, sea, stand bless, sign

You, As Up And Thy

who thy held sanc dross

un days by ti to

to de My fy con

Je sus for mand, shall thy right eous, om to thee thy sume, and thy

re fuge have strength ev er ni po tent deep est dis gold to re

fled? be. hand. tress. fine.

6. Even down to old age all My people shall prove My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love; And when hoary hairs shall their temples adorn, Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be borne. 7. The soul that on Jesus has leaned for repose, I will not, I will not desert to its foes; That soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake, Ill never, no never, no never forsake.

2Tim 2:19, Heb 13:5, Is 41:10, 43:25

11 11 11 11

TRUST

How Shall We Answer Terrors Cry?

240

Words: Richard W. Adams, 2001. Music: Melita John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. Words copyright: Copyright 2001 Richard W. Adams. These lyrics may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. How 2. When 3. When 4. We shall Sa ex pray we tan ec that an swer whis pers, ution ers You their ter Hate hung hearts rors your You will cry, foe, high turn; The Now You And cun ning take your turned Your light a blade, the ven geance prayer up ho ly

4 4

fla draw to fire

ming the the to

sky? bow, sky, burn

When Pro And Their

mur tect pled dross

derous spite us from the Fa way, a

knocks the ther so

down tem to they

our door pters guile, for give, may be

And The You Like

vio ly asked gold

lence ing that re

breaks voice, cru fined,

u the el e

pon e men ter

our vil might nal

shore, smile. live. ly.

O O O O

let let let let

us us us us

come come Your pray

and in ex that

look trust am they

to to ple be

You You, take, come,

To To And Like

know hear pray us,

Your the for with

will word sin You

what we ners for

shall know as ev

we is we er

do? true. ache. one.

Lk 23:34, Mt 5:4348

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241

I Am Jesus Little Lamb

TRUST

Words: Henrietta L. von Hayn, 1778. Translation composite. Music: Weil Ich Jesu Schflein Bin from Bruder ChoralBuch, 1784. Setting: "Church Book for the Use of Evangelical Lutheran Congregations", 1893. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 112

4 4
1. I 2. Day 3. Who am by so Je day, hap sus lit tle at home, a py as I lamb, way, am, Ev Je Ev er sus en glad is now at my the heart I Staff and Shep herds am; Stay. lamb?

4 4

For my When I And when

Shep herd gen tly hun ger, Je sus my short life is

guides feeds end

me, Knows my me, In to ed, By His

need, and well pro pleas ant pas tures an gel host at

vides leads tend

me, me; ed,

Loves me When I He shall

ev ry thirst, He fold me

day bids to

the me His

same, go breast,

Ev en Where the There with

calls qui in

me et His

by my wa ters arms to

name. flow. rest.

Is 40:11, Jn 10:1115

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I Know Whom I Have Believed

242

Words: Daniel Webster Whittle (a.k.a. Elias Nathan), 1883. Music and Setting: I Know Whom I Have Believed James McGranahan, 1892. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. I 2. I 3. I 4. I 5. I know know know know know not not not not not why Gods how this how the what of when my won drous grace sa ving faith Spi rit moves, good or ill Lord may come, To To Con May At me He hath made me He did im vin cing us of be re served for night or noon day known, part, sin, me, fair,

4 4

Nor Nor Re Of Nor

why, how veal wea if

un be ing ry I

wor liev Je ways walk

thy, ing sus or the

Christ in through gol vale

in His the den with

love Re Word Wrought Word, Cre days, Be Him, Or

deemed peace a fore meet

me with ting His Him

for in faith face in

His my in I the

own. heart. Him. see. air.

But I

know Whom

I have be

liev

d,

And am per

sua

ded

that He is

ab

le

To

keep

that

which Ive com

mit

ted

Un to

Him

a gainst

that

day.

2Tim 1:12, Phil 3:811, Jn 14:511, Jn 17:3

8 6 8 6 9 10 8 7

243

If God Himself Be For Me

TRUST

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1656. Verses 13, 79, 1115 Translated by Richard Massie, 1856, alt. Verses 46,10 Translated for Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook (Pittsburgh), 1907, alt. Music: Woodbird or Es Flog Ein Kleins Waldvgelein traditional German found in "Memminger Tabulaturbuche", 17th Century. Setting: George Ratcliffe Woodward, 1904. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

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4 4
1. If 2. This 3. I 4. My 5. He God Him self be I be lieve, yea, build on this foun Je sus is my can celed my of for ra da Splen fen me, I ther, Of tion, That dor, My ses, De may a this I Je sus Sun, my liv ered host make and Light, me de my His a from fy; boast, blood lone; death;

4 4

For That A Were He

when I God is lone are He not is the

pray, be my dear my sal my De Lord who

fore Fa va fen clean

me ther, tion, der ses

My The The Be My

foes, Friend true, fore soul

con who e Gods from

found ed, loves me ter nal awe full sin through

fly. most, good. throne, faith.

If And With I In

Christ, that, out nev Him

my Head what eer Him all er should I can

and be that find be

Mas tide plea fa cheer

ter, Be me, My ses Is vor And ful, Bold,

friend Sa val mer and

me from a vior is at ue less on cy in His un daun ted

bove, hand earth; sight, aye;

What Through The But In

foe or what storm y seas gifts I owe be de stroyed Him I am

dis to to for not

as guide Je ev fear

ter me sus er ful

Can And A As Of

drive bring lone dark Gods

me me my ness great

from His safe to love are by the Judg ment

love? land. worth. light. Day.

Rom 8:3139, 111, Ps 27:13, Is 50:79, Jn 10:2830, Gal 6:14, Jn 15:20, Ps 46:111

76767676

TRUST 6. Naught, naught, can now condemn me Nor set my hope aside; Now hell no more can claim me, Its fury I deride. No sentence eer reproves me, No ill destroys my peace; For Christ, my Savior, loves me And shields me with His grace.
7. His Spirit in me dwelleth, And oer my mind He reigns. All sorrow He dispelleth And soothes away all pains. He crowns His work with blessing And helpeth me to cry, "My Father!" without ceasing, To Him who dwells on high. 8. And when my soul is lying Weak, trembling, and opprest, He pleads with groans and sighing That cannot be exprest; But Gods quick eye discerns them, Although they give no sound, And into language turns them Een in the hearts deep ground. 9. To mine His Spirit speaketh Sweet word of holy cheer, How God to him that seeketh For rest is always near And how He hath erected A city fair and new, Where what our faith expected We evermore shall view. 10. In yonder home doth flourish My heritage, my lot; Though here I die and perish, My heaven shall fail me not. Though care my life oft saddens And causeth tears to flow, The light of Jesus gladdens And sweetens every woe. 11. Who clings with resolution To Him whom Satan hates Must look for persecution; For him the burden waits Of mockery, shame, and losses, Heaped on his blameless head; A thousand plagues and crosses Will be his daily bread. 12. From me this is not hidden, Yet I am not afraid; I leave my cares, as bidden, To whom my vows were paid. Though life and limb it cost me And everything I won, Unshaken shall I trust Thee And cleave to Thee alone. 13. Though earth be rent asunder, Thourt mine eternally; Not fire nor sword nor thunder Shall sever me from Thee; Not hunger, thirst, nor danger, Not pain nor poverty Nor mighty princes anger Shall ever hinder me. 14. No angel and no gladness, No throne, no pomp, no show, No love, no hate, no sadness, No pain, no depth of woe, No scheme of mans contrivance, However small or great, Shall draw me from Thy guidance Nor from Thee separate. 15. My heart for joy is springing And can no more be sad, Tis full of mirth and singing, Sees naught but sunshine glad. The Sun that cheers my spirit Is Jesus Christ, my King; That which I shall inherit Makes me rejoice and sing.

243(2)

Rom 8:3139, 111, Ps 27:13, Is 50:79, Jn 10:2830, Gal 6:14, Jn 15:20, Ps 46:111

76767676

244

I Place My Trust In God

TRUST

Words: verses by Dorothy Amstutz, 2007. Refrain by Loren J. Kropf, 2010. Music and Setting: Haly Trust Loren J. Kropf, 2010. copyright: public domain. Hymn text verified as public domain by Dorothy Amstutz on July 30, 2011. Music, Setting, and refrain verified as public domain by Loren Kropf August 19, 2011. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 120

2 2
1. I 2. I 3. I 4. Ill 5. Ill placed placed place place place my my my my my trust trust trust trust trust in in in in in God to day, For God to day, A God each day, Co God each day, And God each day, Yes, it lone mmitt while ev is He I could ed, yield I walk en though who not ed the the knows find to nar skies the my His row are way, way. way. way, gray.

2 2

And Led Naught Each Led

when by can bur by

un cer tain His gui dance, oer throw me den God will His hand, I

ties safe when help will

a and Im me not

rise, I sure, I there Be bear; He fear; I

trust then neath hears know

His can His my that

judg ment, rest in ev er cry, my God is

true and wise. peace, se cure. last ing care. ev ry prayer. al ways near.

Ill

place my

trust

in

God

to day,

Ev en

when

can

not

see

the way,

Hell

lead

me

on

with

His

strong hand, Un

til

reach the

pro mised land.

Ps 25:19, Ps 9:910

88888988

TRUST

In These Our Days So Perilous

245

(also known as Grant Peace, We Pray, in Mercy, Lord or Grant Peace in Mercy, Lord, We Pray)
Words: Latin c. 6th century, adapted by Martin Luther, 1529. Translated to English by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Verleih uns Frieden Gndiglich Martin Luther. Found in Klugs Geistliche Lieder, 1533. Setting: Erythraeus, 1608. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. In these our days so per il ous, Lord, peace in mer cy send us;

4 4

No God but

Thee

can fight for

us,

No God

but

Thee

de

fend

us;

Thou

our

on

ly

God

and

Sa

vior.

2Thess 3:16, Ps 35:23, Is 31:45

87878

246

My Hope Is Built
(also known as The Solid Rock)

TRUST

Words: Edward Mote, circa 1834. Music: Melita John Bacchus Dykes, 1861. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1869. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. My 2. When 3. His 4. When hope dark oath, He is ness His shall built on veils His cov e come with no lov nant, trum thing ely His pet less Than face, I blood, Sup sound, Oh Je rest port may sus on me I blood and His un in the then in

4 4

right chang whelm Him

eous ing ing be

ness. grace. flood. found.

I In When Dressed

dare ev all in

not trust ery high a round His right

the and my eous

sweet storm soul ness

est y gives a

frame, gale, way, lone,

But My He Fault

whol an then less

ly chor is to

trust holds all stand

in with my be

Je in hope fore

sus the and the

Name. veil. stay. throne.

On

Christ

the

so

lid

Rock

stand,

All

ther

ground

is

sink

ing

sand.

1Pt 2:58, Eph 2:1922, Mt 7:2427, Ps 18:2, 2Cor 3:46, 1Thess 4:1617

888888

TRUST

Our God, Our Help In Ages Past

247

Words: Isaac Watts, 1719. Music: St. Anne William Croft, 1708. Setting: composite found in "The Lutheran Hymnary", 1913. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Our 2. Un 3. Be 4. Thy 5. A God, our help in der the sha dow fore the hills in Word com mands our thou sand a ges a ges past, Our of Thy throne Thy or der stood, Or flesh to dust, Re in Thy sight Are hope for years to saints have dwelt se earth re ceived her turn, ye sons of like an eve ning come, cure; frame, men: gone;

4 4

Our Suf From All Short

shel fic ev na as

ter from the ient is Thine er last ing tions rose from the watch that

storm arm Thou earth ends

y a art at the

blast, And lone, And God, To first, And night Be

our our end turn fore

e de less to the

ter fense years earth ris

nal is the a ing

home. sure. same. gain. sun.

6. The busy tribes of flesh and blood, With all their lives and cares, Are carried downwards by the flood, And lost in following years. 7. Time, like an ever rolling stream, Bears all its sons away; They fly, forgotten, as a dream Dies at the opening day.

8. Like flowery fields the nations stand Pleased with the morning light; The flowers beneath the mowers hand Lie withering ere tis night. 9. Our God, our help in ages past, Our hope for years to come, Be Thou our guard while troubles last, And our eternal home.

Ps 90:1, Heb 1:12

8686

248

Souls of Men! Why Will Ye Scatter


(also known as Theres a Wideness in Gods Mercy)

TRUST

Words: Frederick William Faber, 1862, alt. Music: In Babilone traditional Dutch found in "Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlities en Contradansen", 1710. Setting: Julius Rntgen, 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Souls 2. It 3. There 4. There 5. There of is is is is men! why God: His no place grace e plen ti will ye scat love looks might where earths sor nough for thou ful re demp ter y, rows sands tion Like a But is Are more Of new In Christs crowd might felt worlds blood of ir than as that fright ened sheep? than it seems; up in Heavn; great as this; has been shed;

4 4

Fool Tis There There There

ish our is is is

hearts! Fa no room joy

why ther: place for for

will ye wan and His fond where earths fail fresh cre a all the mem

der ness ings tions bers

From Goes Have In In

a far such that the

love so out be won drous up per sor rows

true yond judg home of

and deep? our dreams. ment givn. of bliss. the Head.

Was there Theres a There is For the Not just

ev er wide ness wel come love of all we

kind er shep in Gods mer for the sin God is broad owe to Je

herd cy, ner, er sus;

Half so gen tle, Like the wide ness Grace poured out as Than the mea sure It is some thing

half so sweet, of the sea; in a flood of mans mind; more than all;

As Theres There And Great

the a is the er

Sa kind mer heart good

vior ness cy of be

who would have us in His just ice, with the Sa vior; the E ter nal cause of e vil,

Come and Which is There is Is most Lar ger

ga more heal won mer

ther than ing der cy

round His lib er in His ful ly through the

feet? ty. blood. kind. fall.

Ps 103:122, Ps 23:16, Zech 13:79

87878787

TRUST

Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of Old


(also known as Your Hand, O Lord, in Days of Old)

249

Text: Edward H. Plumptre, 1864. Music: Kingsfold traditional English. Setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Thine 2. And 3. Be arm, O Lord, in lo! Thy touch brought Thou our great De days of old, was life and health, gave li verer still, Thou strong to heal and speech, and strength and Lord of life and save; sight; death;

4 4

It And Re

tri umphed oer youth re newed store and quick

di and en,

sease and death, oer fear re lieved owned soothe and bless, with

dark ness and Thee, the Lord Thine al might

the of y

grave. light; breath.

To And To

Thee they went, now, O Lord, hands that work

the be and

blind, the dumb, the near to bless, Al eyes that see, give

pal sied and the might y as of wis doms heaven ly

lame, yore, lore,

The In That

le per with crowd ed street, whole and sick,

his by and

taint ed rest less weak and

life, the couch, as strong, may

sick with fe by Gen nes praise Thee ev

vered arets er

frame. shore. more.

Lk 19:910, Mt 9:3536, Jn 10:10, 1Pt 2:910

86868686

250

Under His Wings

TRUST

Words: William Orcutt Cushing, 1896. Music and Setting: Under His Wings Ira David Sankey, 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 110

6 4
1. Un 2. Un 3. Un der der der His His His wings wings, wings, I am what a oh, what safe re pre ly fuge cious a in en bid sor joy ing, row! ment! Though the How the There will

6 4

night deep heart yearn I hide

ens ing till

and ly lifes

temp turns tri

ests to als

are His are

wild, rest! oer;

Still I Of ten Shel tered,

can trust Him; when earth has pro tec ted,

I no no

know He balm for e vil

will keep me, my heal ing, can harm me,

He has There I Rest ing

re deemed me, find com fort, in Je sus,

and and Im

I am there I safe ev

His child. am blessed. er more.

Un der His wings,

un

der His wings,

Who from His love

can

sev er?

Un der His wings

my

soul shall a

bide,

Safe ly

bide

for

ev

er.

Ps 17:79, Mt 11:28

11 10 11 10 8 7 9 7

FUNERAL

Despair Not, O Heart

251

Words: Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (348413). Translated by O. T. Sanden, 1909. Music: Iam Moesta or Jam Moesta or Despair Not O Heart or Med Sorgen Og Klagen unknown, sometimes attr. Martin Luther, 1542. Setting: "The Wartburg Hymnal", 1918, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 100

2 4
1. De 2. The 3. A 4. When 5. The spair bo dear dawn seed not, dy ly eth that O is be the in heart, in shroud ed lovd one glor i spring time thy in hath ous is sor mourn left mor plant row, ing; us; row, ed, But The God This Is hope from Gods gar lands, the hath in His bo dy that hid in the

2 4

pro cas Wis we ground,

mis es ket a dom be view with but if

bor dorn reft sor grant

row ing, us; row, ed

Be Are But A A

ware em He glor meas

in blems will if ure

thy of not ied of

sor hope leave form sun

row, of that be us for shall be shine and

sin to sa giv show

ning ken, ken, en, ers,

For O We Re Will

death Death, know stored spring

is that that to in

of thy the its to

life pow dead spi fruit

the be er is shall a rit in age and

gin bro wak hea flow

ing. ken. en. ven. ers;

6. A gift to the churchyard we tender, As dust to the dust we surrender; Returning the clay to its Maker, We lay it to rest in Gods acre. 7. A soul in that body abided, A soul that in Jesus confided, A soul that hath longed for salvation, And now hath found hopes consummation.

8. O earth, we consign to thy keeping This body with sorrow and weeping; In peace to await resurrection, When it shall arise in perfection. 9. O Christ, our souls Maker and Lover; When time and earths travail are over, Thou closest the graves mournful story, And callest Thine own to Thy glory.

Jn 14:14, 1Cor 15:3538

9999

252

Though in the Midst of Life We Be


(also known as In the Midst of Earthly Life or In the Very Midst of Life or In the Midst of Life We Are)

FUNERAL

Words: v.1 Medieval sequence, vs 2,3 Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Mitten wir im Leben Sind Medieval sequence altered by Martin Luther. Found in Walters Geistliche Gesangbchlein, 1524. Setting: Erythraeus, 1608. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Though in midst of 2. Whilst in midst of 3. In to hells fierce life we be, death we be, a go ny Snares of death sur Hells grim jaws oer Sin doth head long round take drive us; us; us: Where shall we for Who from such dis Where shall we for

4 4

suc cor flee, tress will free. suc cor flee,

Lest our foes con Who se cure will Who, O, who will

found make hide

us? us? us?

To Thou Thou

Thee a lone, our on ly, Lord, canst on ly, bless ed

Sa do Sa

vior. it! viour.

We It Thy

mourn our grie vous moves Thy ten der pre cious blood was

sin which hath heart to see shed to win

Stirrd the fire of Our great sin and Peace and par don

Thy mis for

fierce wrath. er y. our sin.

Ho

ly and

gra cious God!

Ho

ly and

might y God!

Ho

ly and

all

mer

ci ful

1Sam 20:3, Rom 14:78, 2Cor 1:910, 1Cor 15:5354

Peculiar

FUNERAL

252(2)

Sa Sa Sa

vior! vior! vior!

Thou Thou Let

e e us

ter ter not,

nal nal we

God! God! pray,

Save us, Let not From the

Lord, from hell dis true faiths

sink may com

ing us fort

In With Fall

the its in

deep deep our

and and last

bit burn need

ter ing a

flood. flood. way.

Ky Ky Ky

ri ri ri

e e e

e e e

lei lei lei

son. son. son.

1Sam 20:3, Rom 14:78, 2Cor 1:910, 1Cor 15:5354

Peculiar

253

God, Whose Almighty Word

MISSIONS

Words: John Marriott, 1813. Music: Italian Hymn Felice de Giardini, 1769. Setting: "The Methodist Sunday School Hymnal", 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 120

3 4
1. God, whose al 2. Lord, who once 3. Spir it of 4. Ho ly and might came truth bless y to and ed word bring, love, three, Cha os and On your re Life giv ing, Glo ri ous dark deem ho Tri ness ing ly ni heard wing, dove, ty,

3 4

And took Heal ing Speed forth Wis dom,

their and your love,

flight: sight, flight; might!

Hear us, Health to Move on Bound less

we the the as

hum sick wa o

ble in ters ceans

pray, mind, face, tide,

And where Sight to Bear ing Rol ling

the the the in

Gos in lamp full

pel ly of est

day blind: grace, pride,

Sheds Oh, And Through

not now in the

its to earths earth,

glor hu dark far

ious man est and

ray, kind place wide,

Let Let Let Let

there there there there

be be be be

light! light! light! light!

Mt 4:16, Mt 10:2627, Jn 1:45, Jn 8:12, Jn 15:2627, Mt 11:46

6646664

MISSIONS

Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling

254

Words: Daniel March, 1868. Music: Galilean Joseph Barnby, 1883. Setting: "In Excelsis", 1911. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Hark, 2. If 3. If 4. If 5. If the voice of you can not you can not you can not mong the a Je cross speak be old sus cal ling, the oc ean, like an gels, the watch man, er peo ple, "Who And If Stand You will the you ing may go dis can high not and tant not on be work lands preach Zi apt to ex like ons to day? plore, Paul, wall, teach,

4 4

Fields You You Point "Feed

are ripe can find can tell ing out My lambs,"

and the the the said

har lost love path Christ,

vests a of to our

wait round Je hea Shep

ing, you, sus, ven, herd,

Who You You Offr "Place

will bear the can help them can say He ing life and the food with

sheaves at died peace in

a way?" your door; for all. to all, their reach."

Long If If With And

and loud you can you can your prayers it may

the not not and be

Mas give rouse with that

ter your the your the

calls us, thou sands, wick ed, boun ties child ren

Rich You With You You

re can the can have

ward He give the judg ments do what led with

of fers wi dows dread a heavn de tremb ling

free; mite; larms, mands; hand,

Who What You You Will

will an swer, ly you tru can lead the can be like be found a

glad ly say ing, give for Je sus, tle child ren lit faith ful Aa ron, mong your jew els,

"Here Will To Hold When

am be the ing you

I, send pre cious Sa viors up the reach the

me, in wait pro bet

send His ing phets ter

me?" sight. arms. hands. land.

6. Let none hear you idly saying, "There is nothing I can do." While the lost of earth are dying, And the Master calls for you; Take the task He gives you gladly; Let His work your pleasure be; Answer quickly when He calls you, "Here am I, send me, send me."

Is 6:8, Mt 9:3739, Lk 10:29, Jn 4:3438, 21:1517

87878787

255

He Was Not Willing


= 80

MISSIONS

Words: Lucy R. Meyer, 1885. Music and Setting: He Was Not Willing Lucy R. Meyer, 1885. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

6 8
1. "He 2. "He 3. Plen 4. "He was was ty was not not for not will will plea will ing ing sure, ing that that but that a a lit a ny should per ny should per tle for Je ny should per ish"; ish"; sus; ish"; Je sus en throned in the Clothed in our flesh with its Time for the world with its Am I His fol low er,

6 8

glo sor troub and

ry row les can

a bove, and pain, and toys, I live

Saw our poor fal len world, Came He to seek the lost, No time for Je sus work, at ease with a Long er

pi com feed soul

tied fort ing go

our sor the mour the hun ing down

rows, ner, gry, ward,

Poured Heal Lift Lost

out the ing for

His heart lost the

life bro souls lack

for us, ken by to e of the

won der ful sor row and ter ni tys help I might

love! shame. joys. give!

Per Per Per Per

ish ish ish ish

ing, ing, ing, ing,

per per per per

ish ish ish ish

ing! ing! ing! ing!

Throng Har Hark, Thou

ing vest how wast

our is they not

path pass call will

way, ing, us; ing;

Hearts break with bur dens ers are few and Reap Bring us your Sa vior, ter, for give, and Mas

too the oh, in

hea vy night draw tell us spire us

to eth of a

bear: near: Him! new;

Je Je We Ban

sus would save, but theres sus is call ing thee, are so wear y, so ish our world li ness,

no haste hea help

one to vi us

to the ly to

tell reap la ev

them, ing, den, er

No Thou And Live

one to lift them from shalt have souls, prec ious with long weep ing our with e ter ni tys

sin souls eyes val

and des pair. for thy hire. have grown dim. ues in view.

2Pt 3:918, Ps 22:1418, Rom 10:1415

11 10 11 10 11 10 11 10

MISSIONS

Lift High The Cross

256

Words: George W. Kitchin (18271912). Modified by Michael R. Newbolt, 1916. Music: Crucifier Sydney H. Nicholson, 1916. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1922. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120
Refrain

4 4
Lift high the cross, the love of Christ pro claim,

4 4

Till

all

the

world

dore

His

sac

red

Name.

Verse

1. Come, 2. Led 3. Each 4. This 5. Saved

breth on new is by

ren, their born the this

fol way ser sign Cross

low by vant which where

where this of Sa on

our tri the tans their

Cap um Cru le Lord

tain phant ci gions was

trod, sign, fied fear slain,

To Refrain

our The Bears and the

King hosts on an sons

vic of the gels of

tor God brow veil A

ious, in the their dam

Christ the Son of con quering ranks com seal of Him Who fa ces to re their lost home re

God. bine. died. vere. gain.

6.From north and south, from east and west they raise in growing unison their songs of praise. Refrain 7.O Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree, as thou hast promised, draw the world to thee. Refrain 8.So shall our song of triumph ever be: Praise to the Crucified for victory. Refrain

9.Let every race and every language tell of him who saves our souls from death and hell. Refrain 10.From farthest regions let their homage bring, and on his Cross adore their Savior King. Refrain 11.Set up thy throne, that earths despair may cease beneath the shadow of its healing peace. Refrain

12.For thy blest Cross which doth for all atone creations praises rise before thy throne. Refrain
Is 11:10, Rom 8:3839, 1Tim 1:14, Jn 3:16 10 10 10 10

257

May God Bestow on Us His Grace

MISSIONS

(also known as May God Unto Us Gracious Be or Would that the Lord Would Grant Us Grace)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt. Music: Es Wollt uns Gott Gendig adapted from older German hymn by Martin Luther. Found in Erfurt Enchiridion, 1524. Setting: "Concordia Kinderchre", 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. May 2. Thine 3. Oh, God be stow on o ver all shall let the peo ple us be praise His the Thy grace, With praise And worth, In bless ings rich pro thanks of ev ery all good works in vide na crea us, tion, sing;

4 4

And And The

may the bright ness all the world with land shall plent eous

of joy fruit

His shall bring

face To raise The forth, Thy

life e ter nal voice of ex ul Word is rich in

guide ta bless

us tion; ing.

That we His For Thou shalt May God the

sa ving health may judge the earth, O Fa ther, God the

know, His Lord, Nor Son, And

gra cious will and suf fer sin to God the Spi rit

plea flour bless

sure, ish; us!

And Thy Let

al so peo ples all the

to the hea then pas ture is Thy world praise Him a

show Christs Word Their lone, Let

rich es with out souls to feed and sol emn awe pos

mea sure nour ish, sess us.

And un to In right eous Now let our

God con vert paths to keep hearts say, A

them. them. men.

Rev 22:21, Ps 67:12, Ps 96:1013, Is 55:1011, Is 62:12

878787877

MISSIONS

Take Up Thy Cross, the Savior Said

258

Words: Charles W. Everest, 1833. Music: Nun Lasst Uns Den Leib Begraben George Rhau, 1544. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. "Take 2. Take 3. Take 4. Take 5. Take up up up up up thy thy thy thy thy cross," cross, cross, cross cross the let nor then and Sa not heed in fol vior its the His low said, weight shame, strength, Christ, "If Fill Nor And Nor thou wouldst My thy weak spi let thy fool ly sins calm think til death dis rit ish wild to ci with pride de lay ple a re luge it be; larm; bel; brave, down;

4 4

De ny thy His strength shall Thy Lord for Twill guide thee ly For on

self, bear thee to those

the thy the a who

world spi cross bet bear

for rit en ter the

sake, up, dured, home, cross

And And And It May

hum brace saved points hope

bly thy thy to to

fol heart soul glo wear

low and from ry the

af nerve death oer glor

ter thine and the ious

Me." arm. hell. grave. crown.

6. To Thee, great Lord, the One in Three, All praise forevermore ascend: O grant us in our home to see The heavenly life that knows no end.

Mk 8:34, Mt 11:2830

8888

259

Lord of Glory, Who Hast Bought Us


= 130

STEWARDSHIP

Words: Eliza S. Alderson, 1864. Music: HyFrydol Rowland H. Prichard, 1830. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

3 4
1. Lord of 2. Grant us 3. Wondrous 4. Lord of Glo hearts, hon Glo ry, dear or ry, who hast Lord, to hast Thou who hast bought us yield Thee giv en bought us with glad to with Thy ly, our Thy life free humb life blood ly, lest blood as the of Thine cha ri as the price, own. ty. price,

3 4

Nev er With the In Thine Nev er

grud sun own grud

ging shine mys ging

for of ter for

the Thy ious the

lost good sen lost

ones ness tence, ones

that melt "Ye that

tre our have tre

men dous thank less done it men dous

sac hearts un sac

ri of to ri

fice; stone. Me." fice;

And with Till our Can it Give us

that cold be, faith,

hast and O to

free self grac trust

ly ish ious Thee

giv na Mas bold

en tures, ter, ly;

bless warmed Thou hope,

ings by dost to

count Thee, deign stay

less at for our

as length alms souls

the be to on

sand, lieve sue, Thee;

To That Say But

thun more ing O,

thank hap by best

ful py Thy of

and and poor all

the more and Thy

ev bless need gra

il ed y, ces,

with tis "Give give

Thine to as us

own give I Thine

un than have own

spar ing to re giv en cha ri

hand. ceive. you" ty.

Mt 25:40, 1Jn 3:1619, Heb 13:16, Rom 8:32

87878787

STEWARDSHIP

We Give Thee But Thine Own

260

Words: William W. How, 1864. Music: Energy William H. Monk (18231889). Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. We 2. May 3. O 4. To 5. The give Thee but Thine we Thy boun ties hearts are bruised and com fort and to cap tive to re own, thus dead, bless, lease, What As And To To eer the stew ards homes are find a God the gift true bare balm lost may re and for to be; ceive, cold, woe, bring,

4 4

All And And To To

that glad lambs tend teach

we have is ly, as Thou for whom the the lone and the way of

Thine bless Shep fa life

a lone, A est us, To herd bled Are ther less Is and peace? It

trust, Thee stray an is

O our ing gels a

Lord, first from work Christ

from fruits the be like

Thee. give. fold. low. thing.

6. And we believe Thy Word, Though dim our faith may be; Whateer for Thine we do, O Lord, We do it unto Thee.

1Chr 29:14, 1Jn 3:1618, Mt 25:40, Ex 23:19, Jas 1:27

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261

Let Children Hear The Mighty Deeds

CHRISTIAN HOME

Words: Isaac Watts, 1719. Music: Lea James Lea Summers, (18371881). Setting: "The Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal" (Ohio Synod), 1908. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Let 2. He 3. Our 4. Thus child ren hear the bids us make His lips shall tell them shall they learn in might y deeds Which glo ries known, His to our sons, And God a lone Their God per formed of works of powr and they a gain to hope se cure ly old; grace; theirs; stands,

4 4

Which And That That

in our young well con vey gen er a they may neer

er His tions for

years won yet get

we ders un His

saw, And down Through born May work But

which ev teach prac

our fa ery ri them to tice His

thers sing their com

told. race. heirs. mands.

Ps 78:58, Deut 4:910, Deut 6:7, Deut 11:1920

8686

CHRISTIAN HOME

Lord, Who at Canas Wedding Feast

262

Words: Adelaide Thrupp, 1853. Music: St. Ursula Frederick Westlake, 1863. Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 110

4 4
1. Lord, 2. The 3. On who ho those at Ca nas liest vow that who at Thine wed ding feast Didst man can make, The al tar kneel, O as a Guest gol den thread Lord, Thy bless ap in ing pear, life, pour,

4 4

Thou The That

dear bond each

er far than that none may may wake the

earth dare o

ly guest, Vouch to break, That thers zeal To

safe Thy bind eth love Thee

pre man more

sence and and

here. wife, more.

For Which, Oh,

ho ly Thou in blest by Thee, what grant them here in

deed dost prove The eer be tide, No peace to live, In

mar e pur

riage vow to vil shall des i ty and

be, troy, love,

Pro Through And,

claim ing it a care worn days each this world leav ing,

type care to

of div re

love Be ides And ceive A

tween the Church and dou bles ev ery crown of life a

Thee. joy. bove.

Jn 2:111, Is 62:15, Rev 19:69, Mt 19:6

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263

Oh, Blest the House

CHRISTIAN HOME

Words: Christoph C. L. von Pfeil, 1735. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863, alt. Music: Wo Gott Zum Haus from Klugs Geistliche Lieder, 1533. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Oh blest the 2. Oh blest that 3. Blest, where their 4. Blest, where the 5. Blest such a house, what eer be house where faith ye ly prayers shall dai sy hands ful bu house, it pros pers fall, Where Je find, And all rise As frag fil Their pro well, In peace sus with rant per and Christ in in task joy is have cense with the All in set their to the rea dy par ents All; mind skies, skill, dwell,

4 4

Yea, if He To trust their While in their While through their And in their

were God lives diff child

not and the erent rens

dwell serve world works lot

ing Him is ye is

there, still, taught see shown

How And That One How

poor do forms spi rich

and in with rit ly

dark all out run God

and void His ho the heart of u can bless

it ly are ni His

were! will. nought. ty. own.

6. Then here will I and mine today A solemn covenant make, and say, Though all the world forsake Thy Word, I and my house will serve the Lord.

Josh 24:15, Acts 16:3134, Ps 127:1

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CHRISTIAN HOME

Savior, Who Thy Flock Art Feeding

264

Words: William Augustus Mhlenberg, 1826. Music: Batty or Ringe recht from Johann Thommens Musicalischer Christenschatz, Basel, 1745. Setting: "Kern des Deutschen Kirchengesangs Zum Gebrauch" Fridrich Layriz, 1854. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 130

1. Sa 2. Now, 3. Ne 4. Then

vior, who Thy these lit tle ver, from Thy with in Thy

flock art feed ones re cei pas ture ro fold e ter

ing ving, ving, nal

With Fold Let Let

the Shep herds them in Thy them be the them find a

kind est care, gra cious arm; li ons prey; rest ing place,

All There, Let Feed

the fee ble we know, Thy der Thy ten in pas tures

gent Word ness, ev

ly be so er

lead liev lov ver

ing, ing, ing, nal,

While On Keep Drink

the lambs Thy ly there se them through lifes the riv ers

bos om share. cure from harm. dan grous way. of Thy grace.

Is 40:11, Jn 10:118, Ez 34:1124

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265

You Parents Hear What Jesus Taught

CHRISTIAN HOME

Words: Ludwig Helmbold (15321598). Translated by William M. Czamanske, 1939. Music: Herr Jesu Christ, Dict Zu Uns Wend from Cantionale Germanicum, Dresden, 1628. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 125

3 2
1. You 2. O 3. For pa bey if rents, your you hear Lord love what and them Je let as sus his you taught truth ought, When Be To lit taught Christ tle your your

3 2

ones child child

to ren ren

him in will

were their be

brought: youth brought.

For That If

bid they thus

them in you

not, church place

but and them

heed school in

my may his

plea dwell care,

Per And All

mit learn in

ting their your

them Sa fam

to viors ily

come praise well

to to shall

me. tell. fare.

Mk 10:1316, Jn 1:1213, Mt 7:711, Lk 10:21

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MORNING

Awake My Soul, An Offering Bring

266

Words: Brian L. Penney, 2009. Music: Melismata 22 Thomas Ravenscroft, 1611 (#22 from "Melismata"). Setting: Brian L. Penney, 2009. copyright: Words and Setting: Copyright 2009, Brian L. Penney. These lyrics and this setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Music: public domain.

= 120

4 4
1. A 2. In 3. Then 4. A wake awe to wake my we this my soul, stand world, soul, an up be a off on hold rise ring bring to this ground, His what grace! He and sing, e Je wis comes ter sus dom to nal

4 4

our ex and His res cue praise to

alt ed King; powr a stound; A dams race; Christ our King;

Sing All Our In

to Him His won Re deem His Church,

Who ders er, His

reigns a we be our High Name con

bove hold, Priest, fessed,

in in from we

car heavn sin wor

nate and and ship

fount earth death Him

of His He a

grace stor brings mong

and ys re the

love; told; lease; blessed;

Sing All Our In

to Him Who His won ders Re deem er, His Church, His

reigns a we be our High Name con

bove in hold, in Priest, from fessed, we

car heavn sin wor

nate and and ship

fount earth death Him

of His He a

grace stor brings mong

and ys re the

love. told. lease. blessed.

Ps 108:16, Eph 5:14, Dan 6:27, Ps 69:3336, 1Cor 15:22

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267

Awake, My Soul, And With The Sun


(see also Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow)

MORNING

Words: Thomas Ken, 1674. Music: Old 100th Genevan Psalter, attr. Louis Bourgeois, c. 1551. Setting: Sternhold and Hopkins Psalter, 1561. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

= 120

1. A 2. Thy 3. By 4. In 5. Wake,

wake, prec in con and

my ious flu ver lift

soul, time ence sa up

and mis of tion thy

with the sun spent, re deem, Light di vine be sin cere; self, my heart,

Thy dail y stage Each pre sent day Let thy own light Keep con science as And with the an

of thy to the gels

du ty run; last es teem, o thers shine. noon tide clear; bear thy part,

Shake Im Re Think Who

off prove flect how all

dull sloth, thy tal all Heavens all see night long

and ent pro ing un

joy with pit God wear

ful due ious thy ied

rise, care; ways ways sing

To pay For the In ar And all High praise

thy great dent thy to

morn day love, sec the

ing thy and ret e

sac ri fice. self pre pare. cheer ful praise. thoughtssur veys. ter nal King.

6. All praise to Thee, Who safe has kept And hast refreshed me while I slept Grant, Lord, when I from death shall wake I may of endless light partake. 7. Heavn is, dear Lord, whereer Thou art, O never then from me depart; For to my soul tis hell to be But for one moment void of Thee. 8. Lord, I my vows to Thee renew; Disperse my sins as morning dew. Guard my first springs of thought and will, And with Thyself my spirit fill.

9. Direct, control, suggest, this day, All I design, or do, or say, That all my powers, with all their might, In Thy sole glory may unite. 10. I would not wake nor rise again And Heaven itself I would disdain, Wert Thou not there to be enjoyed, And I in hymns to be employed. 11. Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Rom 13:11, Ps 17:15, Ps 148:12, Eph 1:3

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MORNING

O Holy, Blessed Trinity


(also known as O Blessed Holy Trinity or O Holy, Holy, Holy Three or O Thou Most Holy Trinity)

268

Words: Martin Behm, 1608. Translated by C. H. L. Schuette, 1880. Music: O Heilige Dreifaltigkeit or Steht Auf, Ihr Lieben Kinderlein Nikolaus Hermann, 1558. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran HymnBook", 1931. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.

= 120

4 4
1. O Ho 2. My soul 3. The Fa 4. My Ma 5. Lord, bless ly, and thers ker, and Bless ed Trin i bo dy keep from might shield me this streng then Thou my keep Thou me as ty, harm, day, heart, Thine; Di Oer The O Lord, vine, all Sons my make Es I pure Re Thy sen have wis deem face tial ex dom er, up U ni ty, tend Thine arm, cheer my way, help im part, on me shine;

4 4

God That The Blest Lord,

Fa Sa Ho Com lift

ther, tan ly for Thy

Son, may Spir ter, coun

and not its keep ten

Ho cause light at ance

ly dis di my on

Ghost, tress vine side me

Be Nor Il That And

Thou bring lume faith give

this me my and me

day my shame or hearts be love in peace sweet

Guide wretch night me peace,

and ed ed a from

Host. ness. shrine. bide. Thee.

Ex 15:1113, Ps 25:46, Num 6:2426, 2Cor 13:14

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269

All Praise To Thee, My God, This Night

EVENING

Words: Thomas Ken, circa 1674. Music: Tallis Canon Thomas Tallis, circa 1567. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. All 2. For 3. Teach 4. O 5. When praise give me may in to me, to my the Thee, Lord, live, soul night my for that on I God, Thy I Thee sleep this dear may re less night, Son, dread pose, lie, For The The And My all ill grave with soul the bless ings that I this tle as lit sweet sleep mine with heavn ly of day as eye thoughts the have my lids sup light! done, bed. close, ply;

4 4

Keep That Teach Sleep Let

me, O keep with the world, me to die, that may me no ill dreams

me, my that more dis

King of self, and so I vig rous turb my

kings, Thee, may make rest,

Be I, Rise To No

neath Thine own al ere I sleep, at rious at the glo serve my God when powrs of dark ness

migh ty wings. peace may be. judg ment day. I a wake. me mo lest.

6. O when shall I, in endless day, For ever chase dark sleep away, And hymns divine with angels sing, All praise to thee, eternal King?

7. Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Ps 17:8, Ps 92:12, Ps 4:8, Ps 91:116

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EVENING

God, That Madest Earth and Heaven

270

(also known as God, Who Madest Earth and Heaven or God, Who Made the Earth and Heaven)
Words: verse 1, Reginald Heber, 1827. verse 2, William Mercer, 1864. verse 3, Richard Whately, 1838. Music: Ar Hyd Y Nos traditional Welsh. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. God, 2. And 3. Guard that ma dest when morn a us wa king, earth gain guard and Hea ven, shall call us, us sleep ing, dark to and ness run when and lifes we light; way, die,

4 4

Who May May

the day we still, we in

for what Thy

toil eer might

hast giv be fall y keep

en, us, ing

for Thy all

rest will peace

the o ful

night; bey. lie;

May Thine an gel From the powr of When the last dread

guards de fend us, e vil hide us, call shall wake us,

Slum ber sweet Thy In the nar row Do not Thou, our

mer path God,

cy send us; way guide us, for sake us,

Ho Nor But

ly dreams and Thy smile be to reign in

hopes eer glo

at tend de nied ry take

us, us us

all all with

through through Thee

the the on

night. day. high.

Gen 1:1, Ps 121:18, Mt 11:28, 2Tim 4:18, Ps 91:912

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271

Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear Me


= 110

EVENING

Words: Mary L. Duncan, 1839. Music and Setting: Evening Prayer John Stainer, 1898. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.

4 4
1. Je 2. All 3. Let sus, ten this day my sins der thy be Shep herd, hear me; hand has led me, all for giv en; Bless Thy lit tle And I thank Thee Bless the friends I la mb to night; fo r Thy care; lo ve so well;

4 4

Through the dark ness Thou hast clothed me, Take me, when I

be Thou near me; warmed and fed me, die, to hea ven,

Watch my sleep till to my Lis ten Hap py there with

morn ing light. eve ning prayer. Thee to dwell.

Ps 63:8, Jn 10:11

8787

EVENING

Now Rest Beneath Nights Shadow


(also known as Now All the Woods Are Sleeping or Now Woods and Wolds Are Sleeping or The Duteous Day Now Closeth)

272

Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translation composite before 1941. Music: Innsbruck or Nun ruhen alle Wlder or O Welt, Ich Muss Dich Lassen Heinrich Isaac, 1490. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1734. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.

= 84

4 4
1. Now 2. The 3. The 4. To 5. Lord rest ra rule rest Je be diant of my sus, neath nights sun hath day is bod y who dost sha van ov hast love dow ished, er eth, me, The His And A Oh, wood gol shin side spread land, den ing its Thy field, rays jew gar wings and are els ments a mea ban co cast bove dow, ished ver eth, me

4 4

The By The Types And

world night, heav of shield

in slum the foe ens bound mort al me from

ber of less it al

lies; day; blue. y; arm!

But But Thus These Though

Thou, Christ, I I e

my heart, the Sun shall shine put off vil would

a of in and as

wake glad hea pon sail

thee, ness, ven, der me,

To Dis Where How Thy

prayer pel crowns Christ mer

and ling of will cy

song be all my gold are give me will not

take sad giv yon fail

thee; Let ness, With en To der A me: I

praise in all robe rest

to my who of in

thy heart faith glor Thy

Cre holds ful ious pro

a con prove ma tect

tor rise. stant sway. and true. jest y. ing arm.

6. My loved ones, rest securely, For God this night will surely From peril guard your heads. Sweet slumbers may He send you And bid His hosts attend you And through the night watch oer your beds.

Ps 19:1, Ps 4:8, Ps 91:116, Lk 1:7679, Ps 139:1114

776778

273

Now the Light Has Gone Away

EVENING

Words: Frances Ridley Havergal, 1869. Music: Mde bin ich, geh zur Ruh from Liederbuch fr KleinkinderSchulen, 1842. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 100

4 4
1. Now 2. Je 3. Let 4. Now 5. Thou, the sus, my my my light Sa near eve best has vior, and ning and gone a way; wash a way dear ones be praise I give; kind est Friend, Fa ther, lis All that has Al ways near Thou didst die Thou wilt love ten been and that me while I pray, wrong to day; dear to Thee. I might live. to the end.

4 4

Ask Help Oh, All Let

ing me bring my me

Thee to ev ery me and bless ings love Thee

watch and keep day to be all I love come from Thee; more and more,

And to send me Good and gen tle, ppy To Thy ha Oh, how good Thou ways bet ter Al

qui more home art than

et like a to be

sleep. Thee. bove. me! fore.

Ps 4:8, Ps 16:7, 1Jn 1:79, 4:10, Jn 14:13

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EVENING

O Trinity of Blessed Light


(also known as Thou Who Art Three in Unity)

274

Words: Ambrose of Milan, 4th Century. German version by M. Luther, 1543. English translation by John Mason Neale, 1852. Music: O Lux Beata Trinitas ancient Latin. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 60

1. O 2. To 3. All

Trin Thee laud

i ty of bless our morn ing song to God the Fa

d light, of praise, ther be,

O To All

U Thee praise,

ni ty of prince ly our eve ning prayer we e ter nal Son, to

might, raise; Thee,

The fie ry O grant us All glo ry,

sun now goes his with Thy saints on as is ev er

way; high meet,

Shed Thou To praise To God

with in our hearts a Thee through e ter ni the ho ly Par a

ray. ty. clete.

Gen 1:3, 1Jn 1:57, 2Cor 4:6, Eph 5:814, Ps 113:23

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275

Canon in D

INSTRUMENTAL

Music: Kanon (for piano) Johann Pachelbel, circa 1680. Setting: Brian J. Dumont, 2011. copyright: Melody, public domain. Setting: Copyright 2011 Brian J. Dumont. This setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided it is not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.

= 56

4 4 4 4
7

11

15

19

21

23

INSTRUMENTAL 26

275(2)

29

32

35

38

41

43

276

Jesus, Joy of Mans Desiring

CHORAL

Words: Martin Janus, 1661; translated probably by Robert S. Bridges (18441930). Music: Jesus bleibet meine Freude Johann Schop, 1641 and Johann S. Bach, 1723. Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1723, alt. Brian J. Dumont, 2005. copyright: public domain. Arrangement released into public domain 09 June 2005. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.

= 250

9 4
Piano

p 9 4
5

Piano

Choir

1. Je 2. Through

sus the

joy way

of where

mans hope

de is

sir guid

ing ing

Piano

mf

14

Choir

Ho Hark,

ly what

wis peace

dom, ful

love mu

most sic

bright; rings;

Piano

Is 26:8

CHORAL 18

276(2)

Piano

21

Piano

25

Choir

Drawn Where

by the

Thee, flock,

our in

souls Thee

as con

pir fid

ing ing

Piano

mf

30

Choir

Soar Drink

to of

un joy

cre from

a death

ted less

light. springs.

Piano

34

Piano

Is 26:8

276(3)

CHORAL

37

Piano

41

Choir

Word Theirs

of is

God, beau

our tys

flesh fair

that est

fash plea

ioned, sure;

Piano

mf

45

Choir

With Theirs

the is

fire wis

of doms

life ho

im liest

pass trea

ioned, sure.

Piano

49

Choir

Striv Thou

ing dost

still ev

to er

truth lead

un known, Thine own

Piano

Is 26:8

CHORAL 53

276(4)

Choir

Soar In

ing, the

dy love

ing of

round joys

Thy un

throne. known.

Piano

57

Piano

61

Piano

64

Piano

68

Piano

Is 26:8

277

Lord God, Thy Praise We Sing


Te Deum Laudamus

CHORAL

Words: Martin Luther, 1529 or 1531. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854. Music: Herr Gott, dich loben wir ancient Latin, alt by Martin Luther. Found in Klugs Gesangbuch, 1535. Setting: Landgraf Moritz, 1612, alt. copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

= 150

Choir

Lord God, Thy praise we sing;

Fa ther in

e ter ni

ty,

Congregation

Lord God, our thanks we bring;

Choir

An gels all and heavn ly host

Congregation

All

the world wor ships Thee.

Of Thy glo ry loud ly boast;

Choir

Both Che ru bim and Ser a phim

Ho ly art Thou, our God!

Congregation

Sing ev er with loud voice this hymn:

Is 38:1920, Is 6:14, Rev 18:20, Phil 2:58, 1Tim 2:56

CHORAL 10

277(2)

Choir

Ho

ly

art Thou, our God, the Lord of

Sa

ba

oth!

Cong.

Ho

ly

art Thou, our God!

Ho

ly

art Thou, our God, the Lord of

Sa

ba

oth!

12

Choir

Thy

maj

es

ty

and

god

ly

might

Cong.

Fill

the

earth and

all

the realms of

light.

13

Choir

in song The twelve a pos tles join The mar tyrs no ble ar my raise ni ver sal Church doth Thee The u

Cong.

With the dear pro phets good ly throng Their voice to Thee in hymns of praise. fess to be Through out the world con

Is 38:1920, Is 6:14, Rev 18:20, Phil 2:58, 1Tim 2:56

277(3)
16

CHORAL

Choir

Thee,

Fa

ther, on

Thy high

est throne,

Cong.

Thy

wor thy, true, and well be lovd Son,

18

Choir

The

Com fort er,

evn the

Ho

ly Ghost,

Cong.

Where

of

she makes her

con stant boast.

20

Choir

Thee

King of all

glo

ry, Christ, we own,

Cong.

The

ter

nal

Fa thers e

ter

nal Son.

Is 38:1920, Is 6:14, Rev 18:20, Phil 2:58, 1Tim 2:56

CHORAL 21

277(4)

Choir

To save man Thou ov er At Gods right Thou shalt in

kind Thou hast not, cam est deaths sharp est, hand Thou sitt glo ry come a

Lord, sting, clad gain,

Cong.

The Be In To

Vir lie thglo judge

gin vers ry both

Ma un with dead

rys womb ab to heavn to the Fa ther ing and liv

horred; bring; had; men.

23

Choir

Thy

ser

vants help whom Thou,

God,

Cong.

Hast

ran somed with that

pre

ci ous blood;

25

Choir

Grant

that

we share the heavn

ly

rest

Cong.

With the

hap

py saints e

ter nal ly

blest.

Is 38:1920, Is 6:14, Rev 18:20, Phil 2:58, 1Tim 2:56

277(5)
27

CHORAL

Choir

Help

us,

Lord, from age

to

age,

Cong.

And

bless Thy

cho

sen

her

tage.

29

Choir

Nou

rish

and keep them by

Thy powr,

Cong.

And

lift

them up

for

ev

er

more.

31

Choir

Lord

God, we praise Thee day

by

day,

Cong.

And

sanc

ti

fy

Thy Name al

ways.

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Words: Fanny J. Crosby, 1875. Adapted by Margaret Clarkson, 1973. Music: Sondance Kenneth W. Paxton, 1998. Setting: Kenneth W. Paxton, 1998. copyright: Words, public domain. Adaptation released into public domain by Hope Publishing Company. Music and Setting copyright: Copyright 1998 Kenneth W. Paxton. This tune and setting may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship, provided they are not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.

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Ps 34:1, Is 12:16, 1Tim 2:56

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8 8 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t B i n d s A l p h a b e t i c a l I n d e x1 B r a d b u r y 2 0 6 . S a v i o r , L i k e AS h e p h e r d L e a d U s o f T u n e s 9 1 . I K n o wT h a t My R e d e e m e r L i v e s 1 4 8 . J e s u s S h a l l R e i g n

E a s t e r H y m n
9 2 . J e s u s C h r i s t I s R i s e n T o d a y

A b e r y s t w y t h( P a r r y )
7 5 . S a v i o r Wh e n I n D u s t T o T h e e

B r y nC a l f a r i a
1 5 0 . L o r d , E n t h r o n e d i n H e a v e n l y S p l e n d o r

E b e n e z e r
1 0 3 . H o l y S p i r i t , E v e r D w e l l i n g 1 5 4 . OT h e D e e p , D e e p L o v e o f J e s u s

A c hG o t t v o mH i m m e l
1 1 3 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d

C a n t e r b u r y
1 0 2 . H o l y G h o s t , w i t h L i g h t D i v i n e

C a r o l
4 9 . I t C a m e U p o n AMi d n i g h t C l e a r

E i nF e s t e B u r g( R h y t h m i c )
1 1 0 . AMi g h t y F o r t r e s s I s O u r G o d

A c t G o t t V o mH i m m e l r e i c h e
1 8 1 . T h e B r i d e g r o o mS o o n Wi l l C a l l U s

C h e s t e r f i e l d
2 6 . H a r k t h e G l a d S o u n d

E i n s i s t N o t
1 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l

A d d i s o n ` s

E l l a c o m b e h r i s t A r o s e 1 8 0 . T h e A p o s t l e L o o k e d a n d H e a r d a V o i c e C 7 8 . H o s a n n a , L o u d H o s a n n a 8 7 . C h r i s t A r o s e A d e s t e F i d e l e s E n c h i r i d i o n C h r i s t l a gi nT o b e s B a n d e n 5 4 . OC o m e , A l l Y e F a i t h f u l 2 6 . OL o r d We P r a i s e T h e e 8 8 . C h r i s t J e s u s L a y I n D e a t h ' s S t r o n g B a n d s2 A f D y b s e n s N d E n e r g y C h r i s t My K i n go nH i g h 1 2 4 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e 2 6 0 . We G i v e T h e e B u t T h i n e O w n 1 5 9 . C h r i s t My K i n g O n H i g h A g i n c o u r t E r f y n i a d C h r i s t R e t u r n e t h 7 0 . OWo n d r o u s T y p e , OV i s i o n F a i r
1 6 3 . OL o v e , H o wD e e p , H o wB r o a d , H o w H i g h 1 7 8 . C h r i s t R e t u r n e t h 2 1 8 . T h e L o r d ' s P r a y e r ( n e w )

C h r i s t , U n s e r H e r r
6 8 . T o J o r d a n C a m e O u r L o r d , T h e C h r i s t

A l l e s i s t a nG o t t e s S e g e n
2 3 6 . A l l D e p e n d s O n O u r P o s s e s s i n g

E r h a l t U n s , H e r r , b e i d e i n e m Wo r t
1 1 5 . L o r d , K e e p U s S t e a d f a s t i n T h y Wo r d 1 3 9 . T h e L a wO f G o d I s G o o d A n d Wi s e

A nWa s s e r f l s s e nB a b y l o n
7 3 . AL a m b G o e s U n c o m p l a i n i n g F o r t h

C h r i s t u mWi r S o l l e nL o b e n S c h o n
5 3 . N o wP r a i s e We C h r i s t , t h e H o l y O n e

A n g e l V o i c e s ( Mo n k )
2 2 3 . A n g e l V o i c e s , E v e r S i n g i n g

C o n s o l a t i o n
3 5 . T h e K i n g S h a l l C o m e

E s F l o gE i nK l e i n s Wa l d v g e l e i n
2 3 4 . OD a y o f R e s t A n d G l a d n e s s 2 4 3 . I f G o d H i m s e l f B e F o r Me

A n t h e s
1 6 6 . T o d a y T h y Me r c y C a l l s Me

C o r o n a t i o n
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E s i s t d a s H e i l u n s K o m m e nH e r
1 1 4 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e B a p t i z e d 1 6 5 . S a l v a t i o n U n t o U s H a s C o m e

A n t i o c h
5 0 . J o y t o t h e Wo r l d

C r a n h a m
4 8 . I n T h e B l e a k Mi d Wi n t e r

A p o s t o l i c C r e e d
1 0 8 . We A l l B e l i e v e i n O n e T r u e G o d

C r u c i f i e r
2 5 6 . L i f t H i g h T h e C r o s s

A r H y dYN o s
2 7 0 . G o d , T h a t Ma d e s t E a r t h a n d H e a v e n

C r u s a d e r ` s H y m n
1 4 3 . B e a u t i f u l S a v i o r

E s I s t E i nR o s E n t s p r u n g e n ( R h y t h m i c )
3 6 . AG r e a t a n d Mi g h t y Wo n d e r 5 2 . L o , H o wAR o s e E ' e r B l o o m i n g

A s s u r a n c e
1 7 1 . B l e s s e d A s s u r a n c e 8 6 . A w a k e , My H e a r t , Wi t h G l a d n e s s

C wmR h o n d d a
1 9 8 . G u i d e Me , OT h o u G r e a t J e h o v a h 1 8 7 . B e h o l d , AH o s t , A r r a y e d i n Wh i t e

e nS t o r e H v i d e F l o k A u f , A u f , Me i nH e r z m i t F r e u d e nD A u r e l i a
1 9 3 . T h e C h u r c h ' s O n e F o u n d a t i o n

E s i s t G e w i s s l i c ha nd e r Z e i t
1 2 0 . Y o u P e o p l e Wh o N o wA r e B a p t i z e d 1 6 0 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d A l l R e j o i c e 1 8 2 . T h e D a y i s S u r e l y D r a w i n g N e a r

D e n n i s
1 8 9 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t B i n d s

A u s T i e f e r N o t ( L u t h e r )
1 2 4 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e

D e oG r a c i a s
7 0 . OWo n d r o u s T y p e , OV i s i o n F a i r 1 6 3 . OL o v e , H o wD e e p , H o wB r o a d , H o w H i g h

E s I s t K e i nT a g
2 3 5 . OL o r d o f H e a v ' n a n d E a r t h a n d S e a

A u s T i e f e r N o t ( S t r a s s b u r g )
1 2 5 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e

E s s p r i c h t d e r U n w e i s e nMu n d
1 1 6 . T h e Mo u t h o f F o o l s D o t h G o d C o n f e s s

A y l e s b u r y
9 8 . B r e a t h e o n Me , B r e a t h o f G o d

D e r A mK r e u z
7 2 . J e s u s G r a n t T h a t B a l ma n d H e a l i n g

E s Wo l l t u n s G o t t G e n d i g
2 5 7 . Ma y G o d B e s t o wo n U s H i s G r a c e

A z m o n
9 6 . T h e C l o u d R e c e i v e d C h r i s t F r o mT h e i r S i g h t 1 5 3 . OF o r AT h o u s a n d T o n g u e s

D e s p a i r N o t OH e a r t
2 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t

E v a
2 0 4 . OT h a t T h e L o r d Wo u l d G u i d e My Wa y s

D i a d e m a t a
1 4 4 . C r o w n H i m Wi t h Ma n y C r o w n s

E v a n
2 0 4 . OT h a t T h e L o r d Wo u l d G u i d e My Wa y s

B a t t y
2 6 4 . S a v i o r , Wh o T h y F l o c k A r t F e e d i n g

D i dY o uT h i n kT oP r a y
2 1 6 . D i d Y o u T h i n k T o P r a y ?

E v e n i n gP r a y e r
2 7 1 . J e s u s , T e n d e r S h e p h e r d , H e a r Me

B e a c hS p r i n g
6 9 . A u t h o r o f A l l L i f e

D i e s I r a e ( D y k e s )
1 7 9 . D a y o f Wr a t h , OD a y o f Mo u r n i n g

E v e n t i d e
1 6 7 . A b i d e Wi t h Me 2 0 3 . N o t Wo r t h y , L o r d , t o G a t h e r U p t h e C r u m b s

B e t h a n y ( Ma s o n )
1 7 5 . N e a r e r , My G o d , T o T h e e

D i e s s i n dd i e h e i l ` g e nz e h u G e b o t
1 3 7 . T h a t Me n a g o d l y L i f e Mi g h t L i v e

B l a n d y
2 1 5 . Wh e r e H e L e a d s Me

E wi n g
1 8 6 . J e r u s a l e mt h e G o l d e n

D i x
6 2 . A s Wi t h G l a d n e s s Me n o f O l d 2 3 1 . F o r T h e B e a u t y O f T h e E a r t h

B l e s s e dA r e T h e y
2 1 3 . J e s u s Wa n t s A l l O f H i s C h i l d r e n

F a r , F a r A w a y O nJ u d e a ` s P l a i n s
4 2 . F a r , F a r A w a y O n J u d e a ' s P l a i n s

B l e s s e dA s s u r a n c e
1 7 1 . B l e s s e d A s s u r a n c e

D o wnA m p n e y
9 9 . C o m e D o w n , OL o v e D i v i n e

F e d e r a l S t r e e t
1 2 6 . Wh i l e O ' e r O u r G u i l t y L a n d , OL o r d

B o y l s t o n

D u k e S t r e e t

F i l l m o r e
1 7 2 . B l i n d B a r t i m a e u s

O p e nH y m n a l I n d e x e s E d i t i o n2 0 1 2 . 1 0
2 3 0 . A n d C a n I t B e 2 5 9 . L o r d o f G l o r y , Wh o H a s t B o u g h t U s

F i n l a n d i a
1 6 9 . B e S t i l l My S o u l

I K n o w Wh o mI H a v e B e l i e v e d
2 4 2 . I K n o wWh o mI H a v e B e l i e v e d

L a s s t U n s E r f r e u e n
2 2 1 . A l l C r e a t u r e s o f O u r G o d a n d K i n g

F o u n d a t i o n( F u n k )
2 3 9 . H o wF i r m AF o u n d a t i o n

I N e e dT h e e E v e r y H o u r
1 4 6 . I N e e d T h e e E v e r y H o u r

L a u d aA n i m a
1 5 6 . P r a i s e My S o u l T h e K i n g O f H e a v e n

F r e ud i c hs e h r , om e i n e S e e l e
2 4 . C o m f o r t , C o mf o r t Y e My P e o p l e

I a mMo e s t a
2 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t

L e a
1 9 9 . H e L e a d e t h Me 2 6 1 . L e t C h i l d r e n H e a r T h e Mi g h t y D e e d s

G a b r i e l ` s Me s s a g e
2 5 . G a b r i e l ' s Me s s a g e

I c hS i n g e d i r m i t H e r z
1 7 6 . R e j o i c e , My H e a r t , B e G l a d a n d S i n g

L e o n i
2 2 9 . T h e G o d o f A b r a h a mP r a i s e

G a l i l e a n
2 5 4 . H a r k , t h e V o i c e o f J e s u s C a l l i n g

I c hS t e r b e T g l i c h
1 2 8 . I C o m e , OS a v i o r , T o T h y T a b l e

L i e b s t e r J e s uwi r S i n dH i e r
1 8 . B l e s s e d J e s u s a t T h y Wo r d

G e l o b e t S e i s t D u
3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e

I c hwi l l e i nN e u e s S i n g e n
1 8 1 . T h e B r i d e g r o o mS o o n Wi l l C a l l U s

L l a n f a i r
8 9 . C h r i s t T h e L o r d I s R i s e n T o d a y ( L y r a )

G e t h s e m a n e
8 2 . G o T o D a r k G e t h s e m a n e

I nB a b i l o n e
2 4 8 . S o u l s o f Me n ! Wh y Wi l l Y e S c a t t e r

L o b e d e nH e r r e n
2 2 8 . P r a i s e T o T h e L o r d , T h e A l m i g h t y

G l o r i a

I nG o t t e s N a m e nf a h r e nwi r

1 3 7 . T h a t Me n a g o d l y L i f e Mi g h t L i v e 3 9 . A n g e l s We H a v e H e a r d O n H i g h 9 7 . S e e , T h e L o r d A s c e n d s I n T r i u m p h I n n s b r u c k 1 9 4 . T h r o u g h t h e N i g h t o f D o u b t a n d S o r r o w2 7 2 . N o wR e s t B e n e a t h N i g h t ' s S h a d o w

L o b t G o t t , i h r C h r i s t e n A l l z u g l e i c h
6 6 . T h e P e o p l e T h a t i n D a r k n e s s S a t

G o dR e s t Y e Me r r y G e n t l e m e n I t I s We l l
4 5 . G o d R e s t Y e Me r r y G e n t l e m e n 1 0 5 . G o d t h e F a t h e r B e O u r S t a y

L o n d o n( A d d i s o n s )
1 8 0 . T h e A p o s t l e L o o k e d a n d H e a r d a V o i c e

G o t t D e r V a t e r , Wo h nU n s B e iI t a l i a nH y m n G o t t S e i G e l o b e t u n d G e b e n e d e i e t
2 2 6 . OL o r d We P r a i s e T h e e

1 7 3 . I t I s We l l Wi t h My S o u l 2 5 3 . G o d , Wh o s e A l m i g h t y Wo r d

Ma r t i n
2 3 8 . G o d Wi l l T a k e C a r e o f Y o u

J a mMo e s t a
2 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t

Me dS o r g e nO gK l a g e n
2 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t

G r e a t Wh i t e H o s t
1 8 7 . B e h o l d , AH o s t , A r r a y e d i n Wh i t e

J e f f e r s o n
2 3 . C o m e , T h o u L o n g E x p e c t e d J e s u s

Me l i s m a t a2 2
2 6 6 . A w a k e My S o u l , A n O f f e r i n g B r i n g

G r e e n s l e e v e s
6 1 . Wh a t C h i l d I s T h i s ?

J e s a i aD e mP r o p h e t e nd a s G e s c h a h
1 0 7 . I s a i a h , Mi g h t y S e e r , I n D a y s o f O l d

Me l i t a
2 4 0 . H o wS h a l l We A n s w e r T e r r o r ' s C r y ? 2 4 6 . My H o p e I s B u i l t

G r o s s e r G o t t , w i r L o b e nD i c h
1 0 6 . H o l y G o d , We P r a i s e T h y N a m e

Me n d e l s s o h n
4 6 . H a r k ! T h e H e r a l d A n g e l s S i n g

J e s u s b l e i b e t m e i n e F r e u d e
2 7 6 . J e s u s , J o y o f Ma n ' s D e s i r i n g

G u dV r e L o v e t E v i gN u
2 2 6 . OL o r d We P r a i s e T h e e

G wa l i a
1 5 2 . OB e G l a d A l l N a t i o n s o n E a r t h

H a l l e l u j a hWh a t aS a v i o r
1 4 5 . H a l l e l u j a h , Wh a t a S a v i o r !

Me n s c h , Wi l l t d uL e b e nS e l i g i c h 4 0 . Wi l t T h o u , OMa n , L i v e H a p p i l y J e s u s C h r i s t u s U n s e r H e i l a n d , 1 Mi t F r i e du n dF r e u di c hF a r D e r D e nT o d( K l u g ) D a h i n 9 3 . J e s u s C h r i s t Wh o C a m e t o S a v e 1 . I n P e a c e a n d J o y I N o wD e p a r t J e s u s C h r i s t u s U n s e r H e i l a n d , 2 Mi t t e n wi r i m L e b e n S i n d D e r V o nU n s ( K l u g )
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D u m o n t , B r i a nJ a m e s ( 1 9 7 1 )

6 9 . A u t h o r o f A l l L i f e 9 6 . T h e C l o u d R e c e i v e d C h r i s t F r o mT h e i r C h a r l e m a g n e ( 7 4 2 8 1 4 ) S i g h t 1 2 0 . Y o u P e o p l e Wh o N o wA r e B a p t i z e d 1 0 1 . C o m e , G o d C r e a t o r , H o l y G h o s t 1 2 6 . Wh i l e O ' e r O u r G u i l t y L a n d , OL o r d C h a t f i e l d , A l l e nWi l l i a m( 1 8 0 8 2 1 3 . J e s u s Wa n t s A l l O f H i s C h i l d r e n 1 8 9 6 ) 2 3 2 . H i s G i f t s 1 2 2 . L o r d J e s u s T h i n k O n M e

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1 7 4 . My S o n g S h a l l B e O f J e s u s 2 7 8 . My S o n g S h a l l B e O f J e s u s 1 8 . B l e s s e d J e s u s a t T h y Wo r d

G e r m a n u s o f C o n s t a n t i n o p l e ( 6 3 4 7 3 4 ) D u n c a n , Ma r y L u n d i e ( 1 8 1 4 1 8 4 0 ) 3 6 . AG r e a t a n d Mi g h t y Wo n d e r 2 7 1 . J e s u s , T e n d e r S h e p h e r d , H e a r Me G i l m o r e , J o s e p hH e n r y ( 1 8 3 4 D v i n g , C a r l ( 1 8 6 7 1 9 3 7 ) 1 9 1 8 )
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n g l i s h C l a u s n i t z e r , T o b i a s ( 1 6 1 9 1 6 8 4 )E C l e p h a n e , E l i z a b e t hC e c e l i a D o u g l a s ( 1 8 3 0 1 8 6 9 )

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E v e r e s t , C h a r l e s Wi l l i a m( 1 8 1 4 -G r a n t , R o b e r t ( 1 7 7 8 1 8 3 8 ) 1 8 7 7 ) 7 5 . S a v i o r Wh e n I n D u s t T o T h e e 1 7 0 . B e n e a t hT h e C r o s s O f J e s u s 2 5 8 . ' T a k e U p T h y C r o s s ' , t h e S a v i o r S a i d G r e g o r y t h e G r e a t ( c . 5 4 0 6 0 4 ) C o f f i n , C h a r l e s ( o r C a r o l oo r F a b e r , F r e d e r i c kWi l l i a m( 1 8 1 4 -1 0 1 . C o m e , G o d C r e a t o r , H o l y G h o s t C a r o l u s ) ( 1 6 7 6 1 7 4 9 ) G r u n d t v i g , N i k o l a i F r e d e r i k 1 8 6 3 ) 3 1 . O n J o r d a n ' s B a n k t h e B a p t i s t ' s C r y 1 9 1 . F a i t h o f O u r F a t h e r s S e v e r i n( 1 7 8 3 1 8 7 2 ) 3 4 . T h e A d v e n t o f O u r G o d 2 4 8 . S o u l s o f Me n ! Wh y Wi l l Y e S c a t t e r 1 9 0 . B u i l t o n t h e R o c k C o o k , J o s e p hS i m p s o n( 1 8 5 9 1 9 3 3 ) F a b r i c i u s , J a c o b ( 1 5 9 3 1 6 5 4 ) H a t c h , E d wi n ( 1 8 3 5 1 8 8 9 ) 4 4 . G e n t l e Ma r y L a i d H e r C h i l d 2 3 7 . F e a r N o t , OL i t t l e F l o c k 9 8 . B r e a t h e o n Me , B r e a t h o f G o d C o o k e , Wi l l i a m( 1 8 2 1 1 8 9 4 ) F a w c e t t , J o h n( 1 7 4 0 1 8 1 7 ) H a v e r g a l , F r a n c e s R i d l e y ( 1 8 3 6 6 3 . I n H i s T e m p l e N o wB e h o l d H i m 2 2 . L o r d , D i s m i s s U s Wi t h T h y B l e s s i n g 1 8 7 9 ) C o x , F r a n c e s E l i z a b e t h( 1 8 1 2 - 1 8 8 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t B i n d s 2 0 7 . T a k e My L i f e A n d L e t I t B e 1 8 9 7 ) 1 8 9 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t B i n d s 2 7 3 . N o w t h e L i g h t H a s G o n e A w a y 9 5 . L o , G o d T o H e a v ' n A s c e n d e t h F l e i s c h m a n n , J o h nG . ( 1 9 6 0 ) H a wk s , A n n i e S h e r wo o d( 1 8 3 6 1 1 3 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d1 6 2 . My N e i g h b o r 1 9 1 8 ) 1 1 4 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d F o r g a i l l , D a l l a n( 8 t hC e n t u r y )1 4 6 . I N e e d T h e e E v e r y H o u r 1 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l 1 9 6 . B e T h o u My V i s i o n

C r o s b y , F a n n y J a n e ( 1 8 2 0 1 9 1 5 )
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F r a n c i s , S a m u e l T r e v o r ( 1 8 3 4 1 9 2 5 )
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H e e r m a n n , J o h a n n( 1 5 8 5 1 6 4 7 )
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C r u l l , A u g u s t ( 1 8 4 5 1 9 2 3 )
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F r a n z , I g n a z ( 1 7 1 9 1 7 9 0 )
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H e l m b o l d , L u d w i g( 1 5 3 2 1 5 9 8 )
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D a v i e s , S a m u e l ( 1 7 2 3 1 7 6 1 )
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D a v i s o n , W. H o p e ( 1 8 2 7 1 8 9 4 )
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H o w, Wi l l i a mWa l s h a m( 1 8 2 3 1 8 9 7 )

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3 2 . OL o r d , H o wS h a l l I Me e t T h e e 4 1 . C o m e , Y o u r H e a r t a n d V o i c e s R a i s i n g 7 3 . AL a m b G o e s U n c o m p l a i n i n g F o r t h 8 6 . A w a k e , My H e a r t , Wi t h G l a d n e s s 1 2 0 . Y o u P e o p l e Wh o N o wA r e B a p t i z e d 1 4 9 . J e s u s , T h y B o u n d l e s s L o v e T o Me 1 7 6 . R e j o i c e , My H e a r t , B e G l a d a n d S i n g 2 4 3 . I f G o d H i m s e l f B e F o r Me

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H u s , J o h n( 1 3 6 9 1 4 1 5 )
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I n g e m a n n , B e r n h a r d t S e v e r i n ( 1 7 8 9 1 8 6 2 )

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0 0 . C o m e H o l y S p i r i t , L o r d O u r G o d 1 9 4 . T h r o u g h t h e N i g h t o f D o u b t a n d S o r r o w1 1 0 1 . C o m e , G o d C r e a t o r , H o l y G h o s t I r o n s , Wi l l i a mJ o s i a h( 1 8 1 2 1 8 8 3 ) 1 0 5 . G o d t h e F a t h e r B e O u r S t a y 1 7 9 . D a y o f Wr a t h , OD a y o f M o u r n i n g 1 0 7 . I s a i a h , Mi g h t y S e e r , I n D a y s o f O l d J a n u s , Ma r t i n( 1 6 2 0 1 6 8 2 ) 1 0 8 . We A l l B e l i e v e i n O n e T r u e G o d 2 7 6 . J e s u s , J o y o f Ma n ' s D e s i r i n g 1 1 0 . AMi g h t y F o r t r e s s I s O u r G o d J e f f r e y , J . ( 1 9 t hC e n t u r y ) 1 1 1 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n O u r S i d e 7 9 . O v e r K i d r o n J e s u s T r e a d e t h 1 1 2 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n O u r S i d e K e l l y , J o h n( 1 8 3 3 1 8 9 0 ) 1 1 3 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n 8 6 . A w a k e , My H e a r t , Wi t h G l a d n e s s B e h o l d 1 1 4 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n K e l l y , T h o m a s ( 1 7 6 9 1 8 5 5 ) B e h o l d 8 5 . S t r i c k e n , S m i t t e n , a n d A f f l i c t e d 1 1 5 . L o r d , K e e p U s S t e a d f a s t i n T h y Wo r d K e n , T h o m a s ( 1 6 3 7 1 7 1 1 ) 1 6 . T h e Mo u t h o f F o o l s D o t h G o d C o n f e s s 2 2 7 . P r a i s e G o d F r o m Wh o mA l l B l e s s i n g s 1 1 2 4 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e F l o w 1 2 5 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e 2 6 7 . A w a k e , My S o u l , A n d Wi t h T h e S u n 1 2 9 . J e s u s C h r i s t , O u r B l e s s e d S a v i o r 2 6 9 . A l l P r a i s e T o T h e e , My G o d , T h i s N i g h t 1 3 0 . J e s u s C h r i s t , O u r B l e s s e d S a v i o r K i d d e r , Ma r y A n nP e p p e r ( 1 8 2 0 1 3 7 . T h a t Me n a g o d l y L i f e Mi g h t L i v e 1 9 0 5 ) 1 4 0 . Wi l t T h o u , OMa n , L i v e H a p p i l y 2 1 6 . D i d Y o u T h i n k T o P r a y ? 1 6 0 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d A l l R e j o i c e K i n g o , T h o m a s H a n s e n( 1 6 3 4 - 1 6 1 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d A l l R e j o i c e 2 1 0 . H a p p y t h e Ma n Wh o F e a r e t h G o d 1 7 0 3 ) 2 1 1 . H a p p y t h e Ma n Wh o F e a r e t h G o d 7 9 . O v e r K i d r o n J e s u s T r e a d e t h 2 1 7 . O u r F a t h e r T h o u i n H e a v e n A b o v e 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e B a p t i z e d 2 1 9 . We N o w I m p l o r e G o d t h e H o l y G h o s t K i t c h i n , G e o r g e Wi l l i a m( 1 8 2 7 2 2 6 . OL o r d We P r a i s e T h e e 1 9 1 2 ) 2 4 5 . I n T h e s e O u r D a y s S o P e r i l o u s 2 5 6 . L i f t H i g h T h e C r o s s 2 5 0 . T h o u g h i n t h e Mi d s t o f L i f e We B e K r a u t h , H a r r i e t R e y n o l d s ( 1 8 4 5 2 5 7 . Ma y G o d B e s t o wo n U s H i s G r a c e 1 9 2 5 ) 2 7 7 . L o r d G o d , T h y P r a i s e We S i n g 5 2 . L o , H o wAR o s e E ' e r B l o o m i n g L y t e , H e n r y F . ( 1 7 9 3 1 8 4 7 ) K r o p f , L o r e nJ . ( 1 9 8 9 ) 1 5 6 . P r a i s e My S o u l T h e K i n g O f H e a v e n 1 6 7 . A b i d e Wi t h Me 2 4 4 . I P l a c e My T r u s t I n G o d 2 5 0 . T h o u g h i n t h e Mi d s t o f L i f e We B e 2 5 7 . M a y G o d B e s t o wo n U s H i s G r a c e 2 7 7 . L o r d G o d , T h y P r a i s e We S i n g

Ma t t e s , J o h nC a s p e r ( 1 8 7 6 1 9 4 8 )
5 2 . L o , H o wAR o s e E ' e r B l o o m i n g

Ma u r u s , R h a b a n u s ( 7 7 6 8 5 6 )
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Ma x w e l l , J a m e s
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Me r c e r , Wi l l i a m( 1 8 1 1 1 8 7 3 )
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Me y e r , L u c y J a n e R i d e r ( 1 8 4 9 1 9 2 2 )
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Mo h r , J o s e f ( 1 7 9 2 1 8 4 8 )
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Mo n t g o m e r y , J a m e s ( 1 7 7 1 1 8 5 4 )
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Mo r i s o n , J o h n( 1 7 4 6 1 7 9 8 )
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Mo t e , E d w a r d( 1 7 9 7 1 8 7 4 )
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Mo u l t r i e , G e r a r d( 1 8 2 9 1 8 8 5 )
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Ma c F a r l a n e , J o h nMe n z i e s ( 1 8 3 3 1 8 9 2 )
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N a t h a n , E l i a s ( 1 8 4 0 1 9 0 1 )
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L a y r i z , F r i d r i c h( 1 8 0 8 1 8 5 9 )
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N e a l e , J o h nMa s o n( 1 8 1 8 1 8 6 6 )

3 0 . OC o m e OC o m e E m m a n u e l 3 6 . A G r e a t a n d M i g h t y Wo n d e r 2 5 4 . H a r k , t h e V o i c e o f J e s u s C a l l i n g 6 7 . T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s t h e K i n g i s H e r e L i t t l e d a l e , R i c h a r dF r e d e r i c k Ma r q u e s s o f B u t e , J o h nP a t r i c k7 0 . OWo n d r o u s T y p e , OV i s i o n F a i r ( 1 8 3 3 1 8 9 0 ) C r i c h t o n S t u a r t ( 1 8 4 7 1 9 0 0 )7 7 . A l l G l o r y , L a u d , a n d H o n o r 9 9 . C o m e D o w n , OL o v e D i v i n e 6 4 . OC h i e f o f C i t i e s B e t h l e h e m 1 8 6 . J e r u s a l e mt h e G o l d e n L o n g f e l l o w, H e n r y Wa d s wo r t h Ma 2 7 4 . OT r i n i t y o f B l e s s e d L i g h t r r i o t t , J o h n( 1 7 8 0 1 8 2 5 ) ( 1 8 0 7 1 8 8 2 ) 2 5 3 . G o d , Wh o s e A l m i g h t y Wo r d N e a n d e r , J o a c h i m( 1 6 5 0 1 6 8 0 ) 4 7 . I H e a r d T h e B e l l s O n C h r i s t m a s D a y 2 8 . P r a i s e T o T h e L o r d , T h e A l m i g h t y Ma r t i n , C i v i l l aD u r f e e ( 1 8 6 6 - 2 1 7 2 . B l i n d B a r t i m a e u s

Ma r c h , D a n i e l ( 1 8 1 6 1 9 0 9 )

1 9 4 8 ) L o n g f e l l o w, S a m u e l ( 1 8 1 9 1 8 9 2 )2 3 8 . G o d Wi l l T a k e C a r e o f Y o u
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N e wb o l t , Mi c h a e l R o b e r t ( 1 8 7 4 1 9 5 6 )
2 5 6 . L i f t H i g h T h e C r o s s

L o w r y , R o b e r t ( 1 8 2 6 1 8 9 9 )

Ma s s i e , R i c h a r d( 1 8 0 0 1 8 8 7 )

3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e 8 7 . C h r i s t A r o s e 5 3 . N o wP r a i s e We C h r i s t , t h e H o l y O n e L o y , Ma t t h i a s ( 1 8 2 8 1 9 1 5 ) 6 0 . T o S h e p h e r d s A s T h e y Wa t c h e d B y N i g h t 1 3 8 . T h e G o s p e l S h o w s T h e F a t h e r ' s G r a c e 6 8 . T o J o r d a n C a m e O u r L o r d , T h e C h r i s t 1 3 9 . T h e L a wO f G o d I s G o o d A n d Wi s e 8 8 . C h r i s t J e s u s L a y I n D e a t h ' s S t r o n g B a n d s 1 5 8 . B y G r a c e I ' mS a v e d 1 0 5 . G o d t h e F a t h e r B e O u r S t a y 1 8 1 . T h e B r i d e g r o o mS o o n Wi l l C a l l U s 1 1 6 . T h e Mo u t h o f F o o l s D o t h G o d C o n f e s s L u t h e r , Ma r t i n( 1 4 8 3 1 5 4 6 ) 1 2 9 . J e s u s C h r i s t , O u r B l e s s e d S a v i o r 1 3 0 . J e s u s C h r i s t , O u r B l e s s e d S a v i o r 2 1 . I n P e a c e a n d J o y I N o wD e p a r t 1 3 7 . T h a t M e n a g o d l y L i f e M i g h t L i v e 3 3 . S a v i o r O f T h e N a t i o n s C o m e 1 4 0 . Wi l t T h o u , OMa n , L i v e H a p p i l y 3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e 1 6 0 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d A l l R e j o i c e 4 3 . F r o mH e a v e n A b o v e T o E a r t h I C o m e 1 6 1 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d A l l R e j o i c e 5 3 . N o wP r a i s e We C h r i s t , t h e H o l y O n e 2 1 0 . H a p p y t h e M a n Wh o F e a r e t h G o d 6 0 . T o S h e p h e r d s A s T h e y Wa t c h e d B y N i g h t 1 1 . H a p p y t h e M a n Wh o F e a r e t h G o d 6 8 . T o J o r d a n C a m e O u r L o r d , T h e C h r i s t 2 4 3 . I f G o d H i m s e l f B e F o r Me 8 8 . C h r i s t J e s u s L a y I n D e a t h ' s S t r o n g B a n d s2 2 4 5 . I n T h e s e O u r D a y s S o P e r i l o u s 9 3 . J e s u s C h r i s t Wh o C a m e t o S a v e

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O a k e l e y , F r e d e r i c k( 1 8 0 2 1 8 8 0 )
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O l i v e r s , T h o m a s ( 1 7 2 5 1 7 9 9 )
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P e r r o n e t , E d w a r d( 1 7 2 6 1 7 9 2 )
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P e t e r , P h i l l i p A d a m( 1 8 3 2 1 9 1 9 ) 2 2 7 . J e s u s C a m e , t h e H e a v e n s A d o r i n g 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t 1 8 2 . T h e D a y i s S u r e l y D r a w i n g N e a r 4 4 . C r o w n H i m Wi t h Ma n y C r o w n s S c h a l l i n g , Ma r t i n( 1 5 3 2 1 6 0 8 ) 1 P i e r p o i n t , F o l l i o t S a n d f o r d h r u p p , A d e l a i d e ( 1 8 3 1 1 9 0 8 ) 2 0 1 . L o r d , T h e e I L o v e w i t h A l l My H e a r t T ( 1 8 3 5 1 9 1 7 ) 2 6 2 . L o r d , Wh o a t C a n a ' s We d d i n g F e a s t S c h e i d t , C h r i s t i a nL u d w i g( 1 7 0 9 2 3 1 . F o r T h e B e a u t y O f T h e E a r t h T h r u p p , D o r o t h y A n n ( 1 7 7 9 1 7 6 1 ) P l u m p t r e , E d wa r dH a y e s ( 1 8 2 1 - 1 1 8 4 7 ) 5 8 . B y G r a c e I ' mS a v e d 1 8 9 1 ) 0 6 . S a v i o r , L i k e AS h e p h e r d L e a d U s S c h m o l c k , B e n j a m i n( 1 6 7 2 1 7 3 7 )2 2 4 9 . T h i n e A r m , OL o r d , i n D a y s o f O l d T o p l a d y , A u g u s t u s Mo n t a g u e 1 9 . O p e n N o wT h y G a t e s o f B e a u t y P o l l o c k , T h o m a s B e n s o n( 1 8 3 6 - 2 1 4 . My J e s u s , A s T h o u Wi l t ( 1 7 4 0 1 7 7 8 ) S c h r d e r , J o h a n nH e i n r i c h 1 8 9 6 ) 1 6 4 . R o c k o f A g e s 8 3 . J e s u s , I n T h y D y i n g Wo e s T u r n e r , H . L . ( 1 8 t hC e n t u r y ) ( 1 6 6 7 1 6 9 9 ) P o t t , F r a n c i s ( 1 8 3 2 1 9 0 9 ) 1 7 8 . C h r i s t R e t u r n e t h 1 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l 9 4 . T h e S t r i f e I s O ' e r , T h e B a t t l e D o n e u r t o n , Wi l l i a mH . ( 1 8 5 6 1 9 3 8 ) S c h u e t t e , C o n r a dH e r m a nL o u i sT 2 2 3 . A n g e l V o i c e s , E v e r S i n g i n g 1 3 3 . T h o u , Wh o a t T h y F i r s t E u c h a r i s t ( 1 8 4 3 1 9 2 6 ) P r e n t i s , E l i z a b e t hP a y s o n( 1 8 1 8 -2 v a nD y k e , H e n r y J a c k s o n( 1 8 5 2 6 8 . OH o l y , B l e s s e d T r i n i t y 1 8 7 8 ) 9 3 3 ) S c r i v e n , J o s e p hMe d l i c o t t ( 1 8 1 9 - 1 2 0 0 . Mo r e L o v e t o T h e e 2 2 5 . J o y f u l , J o y f u l , We A d o r e T h e e 1 8 8 6 ) P r u d e n t i u s , A u r e l i u s C l e m e n s 2 v o nH a u s m a n n , J u l i e K a t h a r i n a 2 0 . Wh a t AF r i e n d We H a v e I n J e s u s ( 3 4 8 4 1 3 ) ( 1 8 2 6 1 9 0 1 ) S e a r s , E d m u n dH a m i l t o n( 1 8 1 0 6 4 . OC h i e f o f C i t i e s B e t h l e h e m 2 0 8 . T a k e T h o u My H a n d a n d L e a d Me 1 8 7 6 ) 2 5 2 . D e s p a i r N o t , OH e a r t v o nH a y n , H e n r i e t t aL u i s e 4 9 . I t C a m e U p o n AMi d n i g h t C l e a r P y e , H e n r y J o h n( 1 8 2 5 1 9 0 3 ) 1 7 2 4 1 7 8 2 ) S e d u l i u s , C o e l i u s ( 5 t hC e n t u r y ) (


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R o b e r t s o n , A n t h o n y ( 1 9 3 2 )

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R o s s e t t i , C h r i s t i n aG e o r g i n a ( 1 8 3 0 1 8 9 4 )

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T a y l o r , T h o m a s R a ws o n( 1 8 0 7 1 8 3 5 )

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B o u r g e o i s , L o u i s ( 1 5 1 0 1 5 6 1 )
2 2 7 . P r a i s e G o d F r o m Wh o mA l l B l e s s i n g s F l o w 2 6 7 . A w a k e , My S o u l , A n d Wi t h T h e S u n

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2 1 3 . J e s u s Wa n t s A l l O f H i s C h i l d r e n

B r a c k e t t , J o s e p h( 1 7 9 7 1 8 8 2 )
2 3 2 . H i s G i f t s

E l v e y , G e o r g e J o b ( 1 8 1 6 1 8 9 3 )

Wo r d s wo r t h , C h r i s t o p h e r ( 1 8 0 7 1 8 8 5 )
5 8 . S i n g , OS i n g , T h i s B l e s s e d Mo r n 6 5 . S o n g s o f T h a n k f u l n e s s a n d P r a i s e 9 7 . S e e , T h e L o r d A s c e n d s I n T r i u m p h 1 5 7 . T h e G a l i l e a n F i s h e r s T o i l 2 2 2 . A l l e l u i a , A l l e l u i a ! H e a r t s t o H e a v e n a n d V o i c e s R a i s e 2 3 4 . OD a y o f R e s t A n d G l a d n e s s 2 3 5 . OL o r d o f H e a v ' na n d E a r t h a n d S e a 5 7 . S i l e n t N i g h t

5 . S o n g s o f T h a n k f u l n e s s a n d P r a i s e B r a d b u r y , Wi l l i a mB a t c h e l d e r 6 1 4 4 . C r o w n H i m Wi t h Ma n y C r o w n s ( 1 8 1 6 1 8 6 8 ) E n g l i s h 1 3 5 . J e s u s L o v e s Me 1 9 9 . H e L e a d e t h Me 2 0 6 . S a v i o r , L i k e AS h e p h e r d L e a d U s

C a l k i n , J o h nB a p t i s t e ( 1 8 2 7 1 9 0 5 )
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f r o mK l u g ' s G e i s t l i c h e L i e d e r a u f f s n e wg e b e s s e r t , Wi t t e n b e r g , 1 5 4 3
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f r o mA n d e r T h e i l d e s f r o mK p f e l ' s G e s a n g b u c h , E r n e u e r t e nG e s a n g b u c h , 1 6 6 5 S t r a s s b u r g , 1 5 2 5 2 2 8 . P r a i s e T o T h e L o r d , T h e A l m i g h t y f r o mB r u d e r C h o r a l B u c h , 1 7 8 4
2 4 1 . I A mJ e s u s ' L i t t l e L a m b 1 2 5 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e

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G e s i u s , B a r t o l o m u s ( 1 5 5 5 1 6 1 3 )
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G i a r d i n i , F e l i c e d e ( 1 7 1 6 1 7 9 6 )
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G i b b o n s , O r l a n d o( 1 5 8 3 1 6 2 5 )
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G l s e r , C a r l G o t t h e l f ( 1 7 8 4 1 8 2 9 )
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f r o mL i e d e r b u c hf r K l e i n k i n d e r S c h u l e n , 1 8 4 2 f r o mC a n t i o n a l e G e r m a n i c u m , 2 7 3 . N o wt h e L i g h t H a s G o n e A w a y D r e s d e n , 1 6 2 8 f r o mL y r aD a v i d i c a , 1 7 0 8 1 3 8 . T h e G o s p e l S h o w s T h e F a t h e r ' s G r a c e
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f r o mS c h u m a n n ' s G e i s t l i c h e L i e d e r , L e i p z i g , 1 5 3 9 7 4 . L o r d Wh o T h r o u g h o u t T h e s e F o r t y D a y s f r o mD a y ' s P s a l t e r , 1 5 6 3
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G r i e g , E d v a r dH a g e r u p ( 1 8 4 3 1 9 0 7 )

4 3 . F r o mH e a v e n A b o v e T o E a r t h I C o m e 1 8 7 . B e h o l d , AH o s t , A r r a y e d i n Wh i t e 6 0 . T o S h e p h e r d s A s T h e y Wa t c h e d B y N i g h t G r u b e r , F r a n z X a v e r ( 1 7 8 7 1 8 6 3 ) f r o mE m s k i r c h n e r C h o r a l b u c h ,

f r o mS o u t h e r nH a r m o n y , 1 8 3 5 5 7 . S i l e n t N i g h t 2 3 . C o m e , T h o u L o n g E x p e c t e d J e s u s H a n d e l , G e o r g e F r e d e r i c k( 1 6 8 5 1 2 8 . I C o me , OS a v i o r , T o T h y T a b l e f r o m S t r a s s b u r g , 1 5 7 7 1 7 5 9 ) f r o mE r f u r t E n c h i r i d i o n , 1 5 2 4 1 7 5 6
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f r o mS we d i s hP i a e C a n t o n e s , 1 5 8 2
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r o mT r e n t e Q u a t r e P s e a u m e s H f r o mE t l i c hC h r i s t l i c hL i d e r , f a s t i n g s , T h o m a s ( 1 7 8 4 1 8 7 2 ) 1 6 4 . R o c k o f A g e s d e D a v i d , G e n e v a , 1 5 5 1 Wi t t e n b e r g , 1 5 2 4 2 4 . C o m f o r t , C o m f o r t Y e My P e o p l e 1 1 4 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n H a t t o n , J o h n( 1 7 1 0 1 7 9 3 ) B e h o l d 9 1 . I K n o wT h a t My R e d e e m e r L i v e s f r o mWa l t e r ' s G e i s t l i c h e 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e B a p t i z e d 1 4 8 . J e s u s S h a l l R e i g n G e s a n g b c h l e i n , 1 5 2 4 1 6 5 . S a l v a t i o n U n t o U s H a s C o m e H a u p t , K a r l A u g u s t ( 1 8 1 0 1 8 9 1 ) 2 1 . I n P e a c e a n d J o y I N o wD e p a r t f r o mG e i s t l i c h e K i r c h e n g e s n g , 3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e 3 3 . S a v i o r O f T h e N a t i o n s C o m e 1 1 3 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d K l n , 1 6 2 3 3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' H a l l o w e d N a m e


2 2 1 . A l l C r e a t u r e s o f O u r G o d a n d K i n g 8 5 . S t r i c k e n , S m i t t e n , a n d A f f l i c t e d 0 5 . G o d t h e F a t h e r B e O u r S t a y f r o mG e i s t l i c h e s V o l k s l i e d , 1 8 5 01 1 4 . L o o k D o w n , OL o r d , F r o mH e a v e n B e h o l d 8 8 . C h r i s t J e s u s L a y I n D e a t h ' s S t r o n g B a n d s1 1 2 5 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o T h e e 1 1 1 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n O u r S i d e H a v e r g a l , Wi l l i a mH e n r y ( 1 7 9 3 1 1 6 . T h e Mo u t h o f F o o l s D o t h G o d C o n f e s s 1 8 7 0 ) 1 2 9 . J e s u s C h r i s t , O u r B l e s s e d S a v i o r 2 0 4 . OT h a t T h e L o r d Wo u l d G u i d e My Wa y s 2 1 0 . H a p p y t h e Ma n Wh o F e a r e t h G o d

f r o mG e i s t r e i c h e s G e s a n g b u c h D a r m s t a d t , 1 6 9 8
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2 6 . H a r k t h e G l a d S o u n d f r o mG e s a n g b u c hd e r H e r z o g l .1 1 2 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n O u r S i d e H a wk i n s , E r n e s t ( 1 8 0 2 1 8 6 8 ) H o f k a p e l l e , Wu r t t e m b e r g , f r o mWi l l i a mD a m a n ' s P s a l t e r ,6 3 . I n H i s T e m p l e N o wB e h o l d H i m 1 7 8 4 1 5 7 9 H a y d n , F r a n z J o s e p h( 1 7 3 2 1 8 0 9 ) 7 8 . H o s a n n a , L o u d H o s a n n a 1 2 2 . L o r d J e s u s T h i n k O n Me 1 4 7 . J e s u s , K i n g o f G l o r y f r o mJ o h a n nT h o m m e n ' s F u n k , J o s e p h( 1 7 7 8 1 8 6 2 ) H e b r e w Mu s i c a l i s c h e r 2 3 9 . H o wF i r m AF o u n d a t i o n 2 2 9 . T h e G o d o f A b r a h a mP r a i s e C h r i s t e n s c h a t z , B a s e l , 1 7 4 5 G a b r i e l , C h a r l e s H u t c h i n s o n H e m y , H e n r i F r e d e r i c k( 1 8 1 8 2 6 4 . S a v i o r , Wh o T h y F l o c k A r t F e e d i n g ( 1 8 5 6 1 9 3 2 ) 1 8 8 8 ) f r o mJ o h nC h e t h a m ' s P s a l m o d y , 1 9 5 . Wh e n T h e R o l l I s C a l l e d U p Y o n d e r

f r o mWa l t e r ' s H y m n a l , 1 5 3 7

H a we i s , T h o m a s ( 1 7 3 4 1 8 2 0 )

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H e r m a n n , N i k o l a u s ( 1 5 0 0 1 5 6 1 )
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O p e nH y m n a l I n d e x e s E d i t i o n2 0 1 2 . 1 0
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Mo z a r t , Wo l f g a n gA m a d e u s ( 1 7 5 6 1 7 9 1 )
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Mu r r a y , J a m e s R a m s e y ( 1 8 4 1 1 9 0 5 )
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N i c o l a i , P h i l l i p p ( 1 5 5 6 1 6 0 8 )
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H u g h e s , J o h n( 1 8 7 3 1 9 3 2 )
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A l l P r a i s e T o T h e e , My a n d H e a v e n P s 9 1 : 1 1 6 G o d , T h i s N i g h t 1 1 1 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n P s 1 2 4 : 1 8 I s 9 : 2 2 7 2 . N o wR e s t B e n e a t h N i g h t ' s O u r S i d e P s 9 1 : 1 1 6 S h a d o w 1 1 2 . I f G o d H a d N o t B e e n o n P s 1 2 4 : 1 8 I s 9 : 2 7 P s 9 1 : 4 1 1 9 . I B i n d U n t o My s e l f T o d a y O u r S i d e 2 7 0 . G o d , T h a t Ma d e s t E a r t h P s 1 2 7 : 1 2 6 3 . O h , B l e s t t h e H o u s e P s 9 1 : 9 1 2 I s 9 : 2 a n d H e a v e n 1 2 8 . I C o m e , OS a v i o r , T o T h y P s 1 3 0 2 6 9 . A l l P r a i s e T o T h e e , My T a b l e P s 9 2 : 1 2 I s 9 : 6 G o d , T h i s N i g h t 1 2 4 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o P s 1 3 0 2 3 1 . F o r T h e B e a u t y O f T h e T h e e I s 9 : 6 7 P s 9 5 : 1 6 E a r t h 1 2 5 . O u t o f t h e D e e p I C r y t o P s 1 3 0 I s 9 : 6 5 3 . N o wP r a i s e We C h r i s t , t h e T h e e P s 9 5 : 1 6 H o l y O n e 1 3 3 . 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J e s u s , T h y B o u n d l e s s L o v e Mt 6 : 1 9 2 1 2 1 . I n P e a c e a n d J o y I N o w 2 6 6 . A w a k e My S o u l , A n T o Me I s 4 9 : 6 D a n 6 : 2 7 D e p a r t O f f e r i n g B r i n g Mt 6 : 2 5 3 4 1 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l I s 5 0 : 7 9 2 4 3 . I f G o d H i m s e l f B e F o r Me D a n 7 : 1 3 1 43 4 . T h e A d v e n t o f O u r G o d Mt 6 : 2 9 1 4 3 . B e a u t i f u l S a v i o r 1 9 4 . T h r o u g h t h e N i g h t o f 1 9 5 . Wh e n T h e R o l l I s C a l l e d I s 5 1 : 1 1 1 6 D a n 1 2 : 1 3 2 2 0 . Wh a t AF r i e n d We H a v e D o u b t a n d S o r r o w U p Y o n d e r Mt 7 : 7 8 I n J e s u s 7 3 . AL a m b G o e s 6 4 . OC h i e f o f C i t i e s I s 5 3 : 1 1 2 Mi c 5 : 2 4 2 6 5 . Y o u P a r e n t s H e a r Wh a t U n c o m p l a i n i n g F o r t h B e t h l e h e m Mt 7 : 7 1 1 J e s u s T a u g h t I s 5 3 : 1 6 6 1 . Wh a t C h i l d I s T h i s ? Mi c 5 : 2 5 5 . OL i t t l e T o w n o f B e t h l e h e m 6 2 . A s Wi t h G l a d n e s s Me n o f Mt 7 : 1 3 1 4 I s 5 3 : 3 1 4 5 . H a l l e l u j a h , Wh a t a S a v i o r ! 6 0 . T o S h e p h e r d s A s T h e y O l d Mi c 5 : 2 Wa t c h e d B y N i g h t 8 5 . S t r i c k e n , S m i t t e n , a n d Mt 7 : 2 4 2 5 1 9 0 . B u i l t o n t h e R o c k I s 5 3 : 3 6 A f f l i c t e d 1 7 6 . R e j o i c e , My H e a r t , B e Mi c 7 : 1 8 1 9 Mt 7 : 2 4 2 7 2 4 6 . My H o p e I s B u i l t G l a d a n d S i n g 9 4 . T h e S t r i f e I s O ' e r , T h e I s 5 3 : 3 5 Mt 8 : 8 1 3 2 . OL o r d , I A mN o t Wo r t h y B a t t l e D o n e H a b 1 : 1 2 1 6 4 . R o c k o f A g e s 2 4 9 . T h i n e A r m , OL o r d , i n 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e 1 3 1 . L e t A l l Mo r t a l F l e s h K e e p Mt 9 : 3 5 3 6 I s 5 3 : 4 5 H a b 2 : 2 0 D a y s o f O l d B a p t i z e d S i l e n c e 2 5 4 . H a r k , t h e V o i c e o f J e s u s 7 2 . J e s u s G r a n t T h a t B a l ma n d Z e p h 1 : 1 4 3 5 . T h e K i n g S h a l l C o m e Mt 9 : 3 7 3 9 I s 5 3 : 4 5 C a l l i n g H e a l i n g Z e p h 3 : 1 4 2 0 . We G a t h e r T o g e t h e r 2 5 3 . G o d , Wh o s e A l m i g h t y 8 4 . OS a c r e d H e a d , N o w 2 0 Mt 1 0 : 2 6 2 7 I s 5 3 : 4 5 Wo r d Wo u n d e d 2 7 . J e s u s C a m e , t h e H e a v e n s Z e c h 9 : 9 2 5 3 . G o d , Wh o s e A l m i g h t y 2 5 7 . Ma y G o d B e s t o wo n U s A d o r i n g Mt 1 1 : 4 6 I s 5 5 : 1 0 1 1 Wo r d H i s G r a c e Z e c h 9 : 9 1 01 4 8 . J e s u s S h a l l R e i g n 6 5 . S o n g s o f T h a n k f u l n e s s a n d I s 5 7 : 1 8 1 9 1 3 2 . OL o r d , I A mN o t Wo r t h y Z Mt 1 1 : 4 5 e c h 1 0 : 8 92 0 . We G a t h e r T o g e t h e r P r a i s e I s 5 9 : 1 1 1 4 4 8 . I n T h e B l e a k Mi d Wi n t e r 2 4 8 . S o u l s o f Me n ! Wh y Wi l l Mt 1 1 : 1 9 1 5 1 . N o , N o t O n e ! Z e c h 1 3 : 7 9 I s 6 0 : 1 9 2 0 1 8 6 . J e r u s a l e mt h e G o l d e n Y e S c a t t e r 2 7 0 . G o d , T h a t Ma d e s t E a r t h Mt 1 1 : 2 8 2 3 . C o m e , T h o u L o n g E x p e c t e d 6 6 . T h e P e o p l e T h a t i n a n d H e a v e n I s 6 1 : 1 2 Ma l 4 : 1 6 J e s u s D a r k n e s s S a t 2 5 8 . ' T a k e U p T h y C r o s s ' , t h e Mt 1 1 : 2 8 3 0 4 1 . C o m e , Y o u r H e a r t a n d 5 2 . L o , H o wAR o s e E ' e r S a v i o r S a i d I s 6 1 : 1 Mt 1 : 2 0 2 1 V o i c e s R a i s i n g B l o o m i n g Mt 1 1 : 2 8 2 5 1 . U n d e r H i s Wi n g s I s 6 1 : 1 2 2 6 . H a r k t h e G l a d S o u n d 3 8 . A n g e l s F r o mt h e R e a l m s o f Mt 2 : 1 1 1 2 1 3 . J e s u s Wa n t s A l l O f H i s G l o r y Mt 1 1 : 2 9 6 5 . S o n g s o f T h a n k f u l n e s s a n d C h i l d r e n I s 6 1 : 1 3 P r a i s e 6 2 . A s Wi t h G l a d n e s s Me n o f Mt 2 : 1 1 2 1 3 4 . A l m i g h t y G o d Y o u r Wo r d O l d Mt 1 3 : 3 9 2 6 2 . L o r d , Wh o a t C a n a ' s I s C a s t I s 6 2 : 1 5 We d d i n g F e a s t 6 4 . OC h i e f o f C i t i e s Mt 2 : 1 1 1 2 0 3 . N o t Wo r t h y , L o r d , t o B e t h l e h e m Mt 1 5 : 2 2 2 8 2 5 7 . Ma y G o d B e s t o wo n U s G a t h e r U p t h e C r u m b s I s 6 2 : 1 2 H i s G r a c e 6 7 . T h e S t a r P r o c l a i m s t h e Mt 2 : 1 1 2 Mt 1 6 : 1 3 1 81 9 0 . B u i l t o n t h e R o c k K i n g i s H e r e 2 2 . L o r d , D i s m i s s U s Wi t h T h y I s 6 3 : 9 7 0 . OWo n d r o u s T y p e , O B l e s s i n g Mt 2 : 1 1 1 6 1 . Wh a t C h i l d I s T h i s ? Mt 1 7 : 1 1 3 V i s i o n F a i r I s 6 4 : 6 1 5 8 . B y G r a c e I ' mS a v e d 3 1 . O n J o r d a n ' s B a n k t h e Mt 3 : 1 1 2 9 6 . T h e C l o u d R e c e i v e d C h r i s t B a p t i s t ' s C r y Mt 1 7 : 1 5 I s 6 4 : 6 1 6 2 . My N e i g h b o r F r o mT h e i r S i g h t 6 8 . T o J o r d a n C a m e O u r L o r d , I s 6 6 : 1 1 4 2 . A l l e l u i a , S i n g T o J e s u s ! Mt 3 : 1 3 1 7 Mt 1 7 : 1 1 3 7 1 . 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Mt 2 1 : 9 7 7 . A l l G l o r y , L a u d , a n d H o n o r Mk 4 : 1 9 2 01 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l L k 2 : 7 1 1 Mt 2 1 : 1 5 7 8 . H o s a n n a , L o u d H o s a n n a 2 0 3 . N o t Wo r t h y , L o r d , t o Mk 7 : 2 7 2 9 G a t h e r U p t h e C r u m b s L k 2 : 7 Mt 2 2 : 3 4 4 61 2 3 . OL o r d My S o u l C o n v i c t e d 2 5 8 . ' T a k e U p T h y C r o s s ' , t h e 2 0 1 . L o r d , T h e e I L o v e w i t h A l lMk 8 : 3 4 L k 2 : 8 1 5 Mt 2 2 : 3 7 S a v i o r S a i d My H e a r t Mk 8 : 3 4 3 82 1 5 . Wh e r e H e L e a d s Me Mt 2 2 : 3 7 4 02 0 0 . Mo r e L o v e t o T h e e L k 2 : 8 1 4 7 0 . O Wo n d r o u s T y p e , O 1 7 9 . D a y o f Wr a t h , OD a y o f Mk 9 : 2 1 3 Mt 2 4 : 1 5 2 8 V i s i o n F a i r Mo u r n i n g L k 2 : 8 1 5 Mk 9 : 2 1 3 7 1 . T i s G o o d , L o r d , T o B e H e r e 1 8 3 . T h e r e ' s a G r e a t D a y Mt 2 5 : 1 1 3 L k 2 : 8 9 C o m i n g 2 0 5 . P a s s Me N o t , OG e n t l e Mk 9 : 2 1 2 5 S a v i o r L k 2 : 8 9 1 8 1 . T h e B r i d e g r o o mS o o n Mt 2 5 : 6 Wi l l C a l l U s 2 6 5 . Y o u P a r e n t s H e a r Wh a t Mk 1 0 : 1 3 1 6 L k 2 : 8 1 5 J e s u s T a u g h t 1 8 4 . Wa k e , A w a k e , f o r N i g h t I s Mt 2 5 : 6 F l y i n g Mk 1 0 : 4 6 5 21 7 2 . B l i n d B a r t i m a e u s L k 2 : 1 0 1 1 1 7 9 . D a y o f Wr a t h , OD a y o f Mk 1 1 : 2 4 2 52 1 6 . D i d Y o u T h i n k T o P r a y ? Mt 2 5 : 3 1 4 6 Mo u r n i n g k 2 : 1 0 1 3 4 . A l m i g h t y G o d Y o u r Wo r dL Mk 1 3 2 0 2 7 . J e s u s C a m e , t h e H e a v e n s I s C a s t Mt 2 5 : 3 1 3 4 L k 2 : 1 3 1 4 A d o r i n g 2 7 . J e s u s C a m e , t h e H e a v e n s Mk 1 3 : 2 6 1 8 3 . T h e r e ' s a G r e a t D a y A d o r i n g Mt 2 5 : 3 1 4 6 L k 2 : 1 3 1 4 C o m i n g 1 2 8 . I C o m e , OS a v i o r , T o T h y Mk 1 4 : 2 2 2 5 1 8 2 . T h e D a y i s S u r e l y T a b l e Mt 2 5 : 3 2 4 6 L k 2 : 1 3 1 4 D r a w i n g N e a r 8 1 . ' T w a s O n T h a t D a r k , T h a t Mk 1 4 : 2 2 2 5 2 5 9 . L o r d o f G l o r y , Wh o H a s t D o l e f u l N i g h t Mt 2 5 : 4 0 L k 2 : 1 4 B o u g h t U s Mk 1 4 : 3 2 6 58 2 . G o T o D a r k G e t h s e m a n e 2 6 0 . We G i v e T h e e B u t T h i n e Mk 1 4 : 3 2 4 27 9 . O v e r K i d r o n J e s u s T r e a d e t hL Mt 2 5 : 4 0 k 2 : 1 5 O w n 8 0 . ' T i s Mi d n i g h t a n d O n 1 4 : 3 2 4 1 Mt 2 6 : 2 6 2 81 2 7 . A t T h e L a m b ' s H i g h F e a s t Mk L k 2 : 1 5 1 6 O l i v e ' s B r o w 1 2 8 . I C o m e , OS a v i o r , T o T h y Mk 1 5 : 2 0 3 98 2 . G o T o D a r k G e t h s e m a n e L Mt 2 6 : 2 6 2 8 k 2 : 2 2 3 8 T a b l e 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e 1 6 : 1 6 Mt 2 6 : 2 6 2 82 2 6 . OL o r d We P r a i s e T h e e Mk B a p t i z e d L k 2 : 2 9 3 2 8 1 . ' T w a s O n T h a t D a r k , T h a t L k 1 : 1 4 1 3 6 . L a m p o f O u r F e e t Mt 2 6 : 2 6 2 8 D o l e f u l N i g h t L k 2 : 3 0 3 2 L k 1 : 2 6 3 8 2 5 . G a b r i e l ' s Me s s a g e Mt 2 6 : 3 3 3 51 5 7 . T h e G a l i l e a n F i s h e r s T o i l 5 3 . N o wP r a i s e We C h r i s t , t h e k 1 : 2 6 3 1 Mt 2 6 : 3 6 6 88 2 . G o T o D a r k G e t h s e m a n e L L k 4 : 1 1 3 H o l y O n e Mt 2 6 : 3 6 4 67 9 . O v e r K i d r o n J e s u s T r e a d e t hL k 1 : 4 2 4 8 2 5 . G a b r i e l ' s Me s s a g e L k 4 : 1 7 2 1 8 0 . ' T i s Mi d n i g h t a n d O n L k 1 : 4 6 5 5 2 9 . Ma g n i f i c a t Mt 2 6 : 3 6 4 5 O l i v e ' s B r o w 2 3 . C o m e , T h o u L o n g E x p e c t e dL k 4 : 1 8 1 9 k 1 : 6 7 7 5 Mt 2 6 : 6 9 7 51 5 7 . T h e G a l i l e a n F i s h e r s T o i l L J e s u s L k 4 : 3 2 1 9 3 . T h e C h u r c h ' s O n e 4 1 . C o m e , Y o u r H e a r t a n d Mt 2 7 : 2 4 2 5 L k 5 : 1 1 1 L k 1 : 6 8 7 1 F o u n d a t i o n V o i c e s R a i s i n g L k 5 : 8 Mt 2 7 : 3 1 5 68 2 . 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T a k e My L i f e A n d L e t I t 2 C o r 5 : 1 5 R o m1 0 : 1 4 2 6 D o l e f u l N i g h t B e 2 5 5 . H e Wa s N o t Wi l l i n g 1 5 1 0 8 . We A l l B e l i e v e i n O n e 2 C o r 6 : 4 6 1 9 1 . F a i t h o f O u r F a t h e r s C o r 1 2 : 3 R o m1 1 : 3 3 -1 5 4 . OT h e D e e p , D e e p L o v e o f1 T r u e G o d 2 3 6 . A l l D e p e n d s O n O u r 3 6 J e s u s 2 C o r 6 : 1 0 2 1 9 . We N o wI m p l o r e G o d t h e P o s s e s s i n g C o r 1 2 : 3 2 0 7 . T a k e My L i f e A n d L e t I t 1 H o l y G h o s t R o m1 2 : 1 2 2 C o r 1 3 : 1 4 1 1 9 . I B i n d U n t o My s e l f T o d a y B e 1 C o r 1 2 : 7 - 1 0 1 . C o m e , G o d C r e a t o r , H o l y 2 C o r 1 3 : 1 4 2 6 8 . OH o l y , B l e s s e d T r i n i t y R o m1 2 : 1 82 0 9 . Wh i t e r T h a n S n o w 1 1 G h o s t 1 1 8 . B a p t i z e d I n t o T h y N a m e R o m1 3 : 8 G a l 3 : 2 6 2 7 1 C o r 1 2 : 1 2 1 6 2 . My N e i g h b o r Mo s t H o l y 1 0 3 . 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L o r d G o d , T h y P r a i s e We 1 T i m2 : 5 6 S i n g E p h 2 : 1 3 2 21 7 5 . N e a r e r , My G o d , T o T h e e 2 4 2 . I K n o wWh o mI H a v e P h i l 3 : 8 1 1 B e l i e v e d 1 T i m2 : 5 6 1 7 4 . My S o n g S h a l l B e O f J e s u s E p h 2 : 1 9 2 21 9 0 . B u i l t o n t h e R o c k P h i l 3 : 2 0 1 8 5 . I ' m B u t A S t r a n g e r H e r e 1 T i m 2 : 5 6 2 7 8 . My S o n g S h a l l B e O f J e s u s E p h 2 : 1 9 1 8 5 . I ' mB u t AS t r a n g e r H e r e P h i l 4 : 5 7 1 7 2 . B l i n d B a r t i m a e u s 1 3 7 . T h a t Me n a g o d l y L i f e E p h 2 : 1 9 2 22 4 6 . My H o p e I s B u i l t 1 T i m2 : 5 6 Mi g h t L i v e h i l 4 : 5 7 1 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l E p h 3 : 7 9 1 0 3 . H o l y S p i r i t , E v e r D w e l l i n gP 3 6 . A G r e a t a n d Mi g h t y P h i l 4 : 6 1 4 6 . I N e e d T h e e E v e r y H o u r 1 T i m3 : 1 6 E p h 3 : 8 1 2 2 3 0 . A n d C a n I t B e Wo n d e r 2 3 8 . G o d Wi l l T a k e C a r e o f 2 0 2 . My F a i t h L o o k s U p T o P h i l 4 : 1 9 3 7 . A l l P r a i s e t o J e s u s ' E p h 3 : 1 2 Y o u 1 T i m3 : 1 6 T h e e H a l l o w e d N a m e o l 1 : 1 2 1 35 7 . S i l e n t N i g h t 1 6 3 . OL o v e , H o wD e e p , H o w C 9 5 . L o , G o d T o H e a v ' n E p h 3 : 1 4 2 1 T i m3 : 1 6 B r o a d , H o wH i g h 4 2 . F a r , F a r A w a y O n J u d e a ' s 1 A s c e n d e t h C o l 1 : 1 9 2 0 P l a i n s E p h 3 : 1 7 1 81 3 5 . J e s u s L o v e s Me 1 T i m6 : 1 2 1 9 1 . F a i t h o f O u r F a t h e r s 5 8 . S i n g , OS i n g , T h i s B l e s s e d 1 5 4 . OT h e D e e p , D e e p L o v e o fC o l 2 : 9 1 0 2 T i m 1 : 3 1 9 1 . F a i t h o f O u r F a t h e r s E p h 3 : 1 7 1 8 Mo r n J e s u s 1 6 0 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d 1 1 7 . A l l Wh o B e l i e v e a n d A r e 2 T i m1 : 9 1 0 1 4 9 . J e s u s , T h y B o u n d l e s s L o v eC o l 2 : 1 1 1 4 A l l R e j o i c e E p h 3 : 1 8 B a p t i z e d T o Me 1 6 1 . D e a r C h r i s t i a n s , O n e a n d 1 2 0 . Y o u P e o p l e Wh o N o wA r e2 T i m1 : 9 1 0 1 8 8 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t C o l 2 : 1 1 1 5 A l l R e j o i c e E p h 4 : 1 6 B a p t i z e d B i n d s 2 2 2 . A l l e l u i a , A l l e l u i a ! H e a r t s 8 6 . A w a k e , My H e a r t , Wi t h 2 T i m1 : 1 0 1 8 9 . B l e s t B e T h e T i e T h a t C o l 2 : 1 3 1 5 t o H e a v e n a n d V o i c e s R a i s e E p h 4 : 1 6 G l a d n e s s B i n d s 8 8 . C h r i s t J e s u s L a y I n D e a t h ' s 1 2 1 . H a v e Me r c y O n Me , OMy 2 T i m1 : 1 0 1 3 3 . T h o u , Wh o a t T h y F i r s t C o l 2 : 1 3 1 4 S t r o n g B a n d s E p h 4 : 1 7 G o d E u c h a r i s t 9 4 . T h e S t r i f e I s O ' e r , T h e o l 2 : 1 3 1 41 5 5 . O n e T h i n g ' s N e e d f u l 2 T i m1 : 1 0 1 1 5 . 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