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The Open Hymnal Project
THEOPEN HYMNAL
EDITION 2
0
1
4
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0
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THEOPEN HYMNAL
EDITION 2
0
1
4
.
0
6
2
2J
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0
1
4
Thi
shymna
li
sapa
r
toft
heOpe
nHymna
lPr
oj
e
c
tt
oc
r
e
a
t
eaf
r
e
e
l
ydi
s
t
r
i
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ut
a
b
l
e
,
do
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o
a
da
b
l
eda
t
a
b
a
s
eof
Chr
i
s
t
i
a
nhymns
,
s
pi
r
i
t
ua
ls
o
ngs
,
a
ndpr
e
l
ude
/
po
s
t
l
udemus
i
c
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m do
i
ngmyb
e
s
tt
oc
r
e
a
t
eafina
lpr
oduc
tt
ha
ti
s
"
Hymna
l
qua
l
i
t
y"
,
a
ndc
o
ul
df
e
a
s
i
b
l
yb
eus
e
da
st
heb
a
s
i
sf
o
rapr
i
nt
e
dc
hur
c
hhymna
l
.Thi
smus
i
ci
st
ob
e
di
s
t
r
i
b
ut
e
da
sc
ompl
e
t
es
c
o
r
e
s(
wo
r
dsa
ndmus
i
c
)
,
us
i
nga
l
la
c
c
ompa
ni
me
ntpa
r
t
s
,
i
nf
or
ma
t
st
ha
ta
r
ee
a
s
i
l
y
a
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e
s
s
i
b
l
eonmo
s
tc
o
mput
e
rOS
'
sa
ndwhi
c
hc
a
nb
ef
r
e
e
l
ymo
di
fie
db
ya
nyo
ne
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ur
r
e
ntf
o
r
ma
to
fc
ho
i
c
ei
st
he
ABCPl
usf
or
ma
t
,
f
a
v
o
r
e
db
yf
o
l
kmus
i
cd
i
s
t
r
i
b
ut
or
so
nt
hei
nt
e
r
ne
t
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ls
c
o
r
e
swi
l
la
l
s
ob
ec
o
nv
e
r
t
e
di
nt
opdf
,
MI
DI
,
a
ndmp3f
o
r
ma
t
s
.
Thema
i
nt
a
i
ne
roft
heOpe
nHymna
lPr
o
j
e
c
ti
sBr
i
a
nJ
.
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b
r
i
a
ndo
tjdotdumo
nta
tgma
i
ldo
tc
om)
.Iha
v
e
gonet
hr
o
ughs
e
r
i
o
use
ffo
r
t
st
oma
kes
ur
et
ha
tnoc
o
pyr
i
g
htmi
s
t
a
kema
ke
si
ti
nt
ot
hi
sda
t
a
b
a
s
e
.I
fIa
mi
ne
r
r
o
r
,
pl
e
a
s
ei
nf
o
r
m mea
ss
oo
na
spos
s
i
b
l
e
.Thi
se
nt
i
r
ee
ffo
r
tha
sus
e
do
nl
yf
r
e
es
o
ftwa
r
e
,
a
ndIa
mi
nde
b
t
e
dt
ot
hee
ffor
t
s
ofma
nyot
he
ri
ndi
v
i
dua
l
s
,
i
nc
l
udi
ngt
hea
ut
ho
r
so
ft
hev
a
r
i
o
usABCa
ndABCPl
uss
oftwa
r
e
.Undo
ub
t
e
dl
y
,
Ia
ma
l
s
o
i
nde
b
t
e
dt
oa
l
loft
hegr
e
a
tChr
i
s
t
i
a
nswhowr
o
t
et
he
s
ehymns
.
Thi
sda
t
a
b
a
s
ec
o
me
swi
t
hnogua
r
a
nt
e
e
swha
t
s
oe
v
e
r
.
Iwoul
dl
o
v
et
oge
te
ma
i
lf
r
om a
nyo
newhous
e
st
heOpe
nHymna
l
,
a
ndIwi
l
lt
a
ker
e
que
s
t
sf
orhymnst
oa
dd.My
de
c
i
s
i
ono
fwhe
t
he
rt
oa
d
dahymnwi
l
lb
eb
a
s
e
dont
he
s
ec
r
i
t
e
r
i
a(
i
nt
hef
o
l
l
o
wi
ngor
de
r
)
:
1
)I
tmus
tb
ei
nt
hepub
l
i
cdoma
i
no
ro
t
he
r
wi
s
ef
r
e
e
l
ydi
s
t
r
i
b
ut
a
b
l
e
2
)I
tmus
tb
eaChr
i
s
t
i
a
npi
e
c
e
3
) Whe
t
he
rIha
v
ea
c
c
e
s
st
oapr
i
nt
e
dc
o
pyo
ft
hemus
i
c(
s
ur
pr
i
s
i
ngl
y
,
aMI
DIfil
ei
sus
ua
l
l
yat
e
r
r
i
b
l
es
our
c
e
)
4
) Whe
t
he
rIl
i
ket
hehymn:
)
I
fyouwo
ul
dl
i
ket
oc
o
nt
r
i
b
ut
et
ot
heOpe
nHymna
lPr
o
j
e
c
t
,
pl
e
a
s
es
e
nda
ne
ma
i
lt
ome
,
Iwo
ul
dl
o
v
et
hehe
l
p!
PLEAS
EEMAI
LMEI
FYOUF
I
NDANYMI
S
TAKES
,
noma
tte
rho
ws
ma
l
l
.Iwa
ntt
oe
ns
ur
et
ha
te
v
e
r
ys
l
ur
,
s
t
e
m,
hyphe
na
t
i
on,
a
ndpunc
t
ua
t
i
onma
r
ki
sc
o
r
r
e
c
t
;
a
ndI
'
ms
ur
et
ha
tt
he
r
emus
tb
emi
s
t
a
ke
sr
i
ghtno
w.
Ope
nHymna
lPr
o
j
e
c
t
,
2
0
1
4Edi
t
i
o
n
“
F
r
e
e
l
yyour
e
c
e
i
v
e
d,
s
of
r
e
e
l
yg
i
v
e
.
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tthe
w1
0
:
8(
WEB)
COPYING
TheOpe
nHymna
lPr
o
j
e
c
tus
e
sc
o
pyr
i
ghtl
a
wo
ft
heUni
t
e
dS
t
a
t
e
so
fAme
r
i
c
a
.
I
no
t
he
rc
ount
r
i
e
s
,
i
ti
syo
ur
r
e
s
po
ns
i
b
i
l
i
t
yt
ov
e
r
i
f
ye
a
c
hhymna
sb
e
i
ngf
r
e
e
l
yd
i
s
t
r
i
b
ut
a
b
l
e
.
F
o
urpa
r
t
sofahymna
r
ec
o
pyr
i
ght
a
b
l
e
:
1
.Mus
i
c(
me
l
ody)
2
.S
e
tti
ng(
a
l
s
okno
wna
sa
r
r
a
nge
me
nto
rha
r
mo
ny)
3
.Wor
ds(
o
r
i
gi
na
ll
a
ngua
ge
)
4
.Tr
a
ns
l
a
t
i
on(
i
fa
ppl
i
c
a
b
l
e
)
Ea
c
hoft
he
s
epa
r
t
sho
l
dsas
e
pa
r
a
t
ec
o
pyr
i
ghts
t
a
t
us
,
a
ndmus
tb
ec
o
ns
i
de
r
e
di
ndi
v
i
dua
l
l
y
.
Mos
to
ft
hehymnsi
nt
heOpe
nHymna
la
r
ei
nt
hepub
l
i
cdoma
i
ni
na
l
lf
o
uro
ft
he
s
epa
r
t
s
.
S
o
mea
r
eno
t
.
S
pe
c
i
fic
c
o
pyr
i
ghtt
e
r
msa
r
el
i
s
t
e
do
ne
a
c
hs
c
o
r
es
he
e
ta
ndi
ne
a
c
ha
b
cfil
e
.
Al
lc
o
nt
e
ntpr
o
duc
e
ds
pe
c
i
fic
a
l
l
yb
yt
heOpe
nHymna
lwhi
c
hi
sno
tapa
r
to
fahymni
spl
a
c
e
di
nt
ot
hepub
l
i
c
do
ma
i
n.
Thi
si
nc
l
ude
sc
ompi
l
a
t
i
on,
i
ndi
c
e
s
,
we
bpa
ge
s(
o
rpa
r
t
st
he
r
e
oF
)
,
s
c
r
i
pt
sus
e
dt
oa
s
s
e
mb
l
et
hehymna
l
,
a
nda
l
l
ot
he
rda
t
afil
e
s
.
Wo
r
kf
r
o
m ot
he
ro
pe
ns
our
c
epr
o
j
e
c
t
si
sno
to
urc
o
pyr
i
ghta
ndr
e
ma
i
nsc
o
pyr
i
ghto
ft
her
e
s
pe
c
t
i
v
e
o
wne
r
s
.
Thi
si
nc
l
ude
sb
uti
sno
tl
i
mi
t
e
dt
ot
he"
Ze
b
r
aTa
b
l
e
s
"s
c
r
i
ptb
yDa
v
i
dS
.
Mi
l
l
e
rus
e
dont
hewe
bpa
ge
s
,
whi
c
h
r
e
ma
i
nsc
o
pyr
i
ghto
fDa
v
i
dS
.
Mi
l
l
e
r
.
PUBLICDOMAIN
Al
lhymnsorhymnpa
r
t
sl
i
s
t
e
da
s"
pub
l
i
cdo
ma
i
n"a
r
eno
tunde
rc
opyr
i
ghtpr
o
t
e
c
t
i
oni
nt
heUni
t
e
dS
t
a
t
e
so
f
Ame
r
i
c
a
.
I
no
t
he
rwo
r
dst
he
r
ei
sa
b
s
o
l
ut
e
l
ynoo
wne
r
s
hi
po
ft
hei
nt
e
l
l
e
c
t
ua
lpr
o
pe
r
t
yt
ha
tt
hewo
r
ds
,
t
r
a
ns
l
a
t
i
o
n,
mus
i
c
,
ors
e
tti
ngr
e
pr
e
s
e
nt
s
.
Noo
nema
yr
e
s
t
r
i
c
tyo
uf
r
o
m us
i
ngt
he
s
ehymnpa
r
t
si
na
nywa
y(
i
nt
heUS
A)
.
S
i
mi
l
a
r
l
y
,
youma
yno
tr
e
s
t
r
i
c
tot
he
r
s
f
r
o
m us
i
ngt
he
mi
na
nywa
y
.
I
fyouc
ha
ngeapo
r
t
i
ono
ft
hepub
l
i
cdo
ma
i
nwo
r
k,
yo
uma
yonl
yc
l
a
i
mc
o
pyr
i
ghto
n
t
hepo
r
t
i
o
nwhi
c
hyo
uha
v
ec
ha
nge
d.
OTHER
Ea
c
hwor
ki
nt
heOpe
nHymna
lwhi
c
hi
sno
ti
nt
hepub
l
i
cdo
ma
i
ngi
v
e
ss
pe
c
i
ficl
i
c
e
ns
et
e
r
mso
nt
hes
c
o
r
es
he
e
ta
nd
i
nt
hea
b
cs
o
ur
c
efil
e
.
Mos
to
ft
he
s
eha
v
eal
i
c
e
ns
ewhi
c
hr
e
a
dss
i
mi
l
a
rt
ot
hef
o
l
l
o
wi
ng(
f
r
o
mt
hehymn"
Aut
ho
ro
fAl
lLi
f
e
"
)
:
Wor
ds
:
Co
pyr
i
ght2
0
0
9
,
Br
i
a
nJ
.
Dumo
nt
.
The
s
el
yr
i
c
sma
yb
ef
r
e
e
l
yr
e
pr
oduc
e
dorpub
l
i
s
he
df
o
rChr
i
s
t
i
a
n
wor
s
hi
p
,
pr
o
v
i
de
dt
he
ya
r
eno
ta
l
t
e
r
e
d,
a
ndt
hi
sno
t
i
c
ei
sone
a
c
hc
o
py
.
Al
lot
he
rr
i
ght
sr
e
s
e
r
v
e
d.
Thi
sme
a
nst
ha
tyo
uma
yf
r
e
e
l
yus
e
,
pr
i
nt
,
r
e
pr
o
duc
e
,
a
ndma
kea
v
a
i
l
a
b
l
ef
oro
t
he
r
st
hewo
r
ki
nque
s
t
i
on,
pr
o
v
i
de
d
t
ha
tt
hepur
po
s
ei
sf
o
rChr
i
s
t
i
a
nwo
r
s
hi
pa
ndt
ha
tt
hec
o
pyr
i
ghtt
e
r
msa
r
el
e
fti
nt
a
c
ta
nda
r
er
e
pr
o
duc
e
dwi
t
ht
he
c
o
pyr
i
ght
e
dwo
r
k.
Thi
sdo
e
sno
tpr
e
v
e
ntyo
uf
r
om us
i
ngt
hec
o
pyr
i
ght
e
dwo
r
ka
sapa
r
to
fa
not
he
rwo
r
kwhi
c
hwi
l
l
b
es
o
l
df
o
r
pr
o
fit
,
pr
o
v
i
de
dt
ha
tt
he
s
et
e
r
msa
r
eme
t
.
Ot
he
rl
i
c
e
ns
et
e
r
msma
yb
ea
v
a
i
l
a
b
l
e
,
b
utc
a
no
nl
yb
ene
go
t
i
a
t
e
dwi
t
ht
hec
o
pyr
i
ghtho
l
de
r
.
I
fyo
uwo
ul
dl
i
ket
ous
e
oneo
ft
he
s
ewo
r
ksb
utr
e
qui
r
ead
i
ffe
r
e
ntl
i
c
e
ns
e
,
t
heOpe
nHymna
lwi
l
la
tte
mptt
ohe
l
pyo
ut
oc
o
nt
a
c
tt
he
c
o
pyr
i
ghtho
l
de
r
.
Wema
yb
ec
o
nt
a
c
t
e
dv
i
ae
ma
i
la
t
:
b
r
i
a
ndo
tjdo
tdumonta
tgma
i
ldotc
o
m
ASSEMBLY
I
ti
st
hec
ont
e
nt
i
o
na
ndi
nt
e
nt
i
o
no
ft
heOpe
nHymna
lPr
o
j
e
c
tt
ha
twhe
nnume
r
oushymnsa
r
ega
t
he
r
e
di
nt
oa
c
o
l
l
e
c
t
i
o
n,
s
uc
ha
so
neo
ft
hepr
i
nt
a
b
l
ee
di
t
i
o
ns
,
t
hehymnst
he
ms
e
l
v
e
sr
e
ma
i
ns
e
pa
r
a
t
ea
ndi
nde
pe
nde
ntwo
r
ks
.
Thus
,
t
hec
o
pyr
i
ghta
ppl
i
e
dt
oa
nyo
nehymni
snota
ppl
i
c
a
b
l
ei
na
nywa
yt
ot
hec
o
pyr
i
ghto
fa
no
t
he
r
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THEHYMNS
Blessed Jesus at Thy Word
22
OPENING SONGS
Words: verses 1-3, 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
By
Thou
Hear
While
Thy
a
the
we
teach
lone
cry
here
ings
to
Thy
be
souls
breaks
ears
Word
sweet
God
peo
low
be
our
and
may
and
canst
ple
must
stirred
night
heart;
trust
ho
win
rais
wan
Jn 6:67-68, 8:31-32, Heb 4:12, Jn 1:1-5, 8:12, 1Cor 2:14
ly,
us;
es;
der,
Now
With
Help
And
to seek and
the beams of
us by Thy
ob tain true
Drawn
Thou
Hear
Till
from
must
and
we
earth
work
bless
sing
to
all
our
Thy
love
truth
Spir
con
and fear
un cloud
it’s plead
so
la
love
good
prayers
prais
Thee
with
and
es
sole
in
prais
yon
Thee,
ed;
ing;
tion,
ly.
us.
es.
der.
787888
God Himself is Present
OPENING SONGS
23
(also known as God Himself is With Us or God Reveals His Presence or Lo! God Is Here)
Words: Gerhard Tersteegen, 1729. Translated by Frederick W. Foster and John Miller, 1789, alt.
Music: ’Wunderbarer König’ or ’Arnsberg’ or ’Groeningen’ Joachim Neander, 1680.
Setting: "Common Service Book", 1918.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
= 130
4
4
1. God Him self is
2. God Him self is
3. O
Thou fount of
pre
pre
bless
sent:
sent:
ing,
Let us now a
Hear the harps re
Pur i
fy my
dore
sound
spi
Him,
ing!
rit;
And with awe ap
See the crowds the
Trust ing
on
ly
4
4
pear be fore
throne sur round
in
Thy mer
si
cend
glo
God we
to
us
Ev er
Him.
ing!
it,
God is
"Ho ly,
Like the
in
ho
ho
His
ly,
ly
tem
ho
an
lence,
ing,
ry,
Pro strate lie with
An gels, saints, their
May I
cease less
deep est rev
voi ces blend
ly
a dore
own,
here:
still
Him our God and
Hear, O Christ, the
Rule Thy Church ter
Sa
prai
res
Hab 2:20, 2Sam 22:7, Ps 48:9-10, Rev 7:9-12, Is 6:2-3
vior;
ses
trial,
ple,
ly",
gels
erence.
ing!
Thee,
Praise His
That Thy
As the
all with in keep
hear the hymn as
Who be hold Thy
Him
Bow
Let
a
Thine
Thy
name for
Church now
hosts ce
lone
ear
will
ev
rai
les
er.
ses.
tial.
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O Holy Spirit, Enter In
24
OPENING SONGS
Words: Michael Schirmer, 1650 except verse 2 by unknown author circa 1660.
Verses 1, 4, 6-8 translated by by Catherine Winkworth, 1863. Remaining verses unknown translator before 1931.
Music: ’Wie Schön Leuchtet’ Phillipp Nicolai, 1599. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
= 150
4
4
1. O
2. Give
3. Thou
4. Left
5. Thy
Ho
ly
to
Thy
foun tain
to
our
heav’n ly
Spir
Word
whence
selves,
strength
it,
im
all
we
sus
en
press
wis
shall
tain
ter
ive
dom
but
our
in,
pow’r
flows
stray;
heart
And
That
Which
O
That
in
in
God
lead
we
our
our
on
us
may
hearts
hearts,
pi
on
act
Thy
from
ous
the
the
4
4
work
this
hearts
nar
val
be
good
be
row
iant
soul,
fess
pure
stead
Re
Thou
the
faith’s
fast
fuge
glad
ev
brings
woes
bold
ness
er
sal
be
de
gin
hour,
stows,
way,
part
Thy
As
Grant
With
With
Light
Fa
un
ness,
and
wake
show
va
tide
fi
Tem ple
fire
it
us
Thy
wis
est
Thee as
di vine,
ther, Son,
i
ty
that we
our Shield
us.
ing.
tion.
us;
ance.
A
And
We
May
That
That we
Stay Thou,
Hear us,
Lord now
De scend,
deign
may
con
coun
our
to make
be glow
so la
sel guide
Re li
round
Thee,
faith
ev
we
and
the
ful
er
may
to
guide
cheer
Heal
de
Thee
now
us,
Thou
fend
in
Spir
wit
faith
nev
us
it,
ness
ful
er
us;
ing;
tion.
us;
ance;
bright
Three
es
prove
quit
ly
in
may
to
the
Tru
ly
liv ing,
Our souls ev
er
By Thy teach ing;
All hearts bro ken,
From all
err ors
1Cor 6:19-20, 3:16, 1Jn 1:5-7, 1Pt 2:5-9, Ez 36:27, 1Cor 1:18, 2:13, Jn 4:14, Rev 2:10
Sun
That
That
And
Be
shine,
One,
be
Thee,
field,
of
the
we
con
in
our
give us
Thou our
To
Thy
Of
What
But
joy
glo
grace
ev
stand
and
ry
that
er
in
To Thee giv ing
that they
nev
er
let our preach ing,
And be
to
ken
And earth’s ter rors
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OPENING SONGS
Prayer
May
And
Thou
Thy
un
for
our
art
sal
24(2)
ceas ing
sake Thee.
la
bor
near us,
va tion
May
But
Praise
Whom
Be
in
by
Thee,
we
our
6. O mighty Rock, O Source of life,
Let Thy dear Word ’mid doubt and strife
Be so within us burning,
That we be faithful unto death,
In Thy pure love and holy faith,
From Thee true wisdom learning!
Thy grace And peace
On us shower; By Thy power
Christ confessing,
Let us win our Savior’s blessing.
love
faith
Lord,
trust
con
be
their
and
to
stant
still in creas
re fuge make
serve our neigh
light and cheer
con so
la
ing.
Thee.
bor.
us.
tion.
7. O gentle Dew, from Heav’n now fall
With pow’r upon the hearts of all,
Thy tender love instilling,
That heart to heart more closely bound,
Fruitful in kindly deeds be found,
The law of love fulfilling;
The Lord, Discord
Shall not grieve Thee; We recieve Thee;
Where Thou livest.
Peace, and love, and joy Thou givest.
8. Grant that our days, while life shall last,
In purest holiness be passed,
Be Thou our Strength forever;
Grant that our hearts henceforth be free
From sinful lust and vanity
Which us from Thee must sever.
Keep Thou pure Now
From offenses Heart and senses.
Blessed Spirit!
Let us heavenly life inherit.
1Cor 6:19-20, 3:16, 1Jn 1:5-7, 1Pt 2:5-9, Ez 36:27, 1Cor 1:18, 2:13, Jn 4:14, Rev 2:10
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Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty
25
OPENING SONGS
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 e’er temp
dist
May
I un
Oh,
To
So
As
Here
how
my
that
my
of
bless
heart,
all
guid
life
èd
oh,
I
ing
the
joy
ful
and
a
it
is
ta
tions
urbed draw
du
ty
dore Thee,
plant ed,
thick en;
near Thee
is
this
ter
en
hear may
star through
foun tain
place,
Thou,
be
life,
flows,
Ps 100:1-5, Ps 118:19-26, Is 26:1-4, 1Cor 3:16-17, Lk 8:4-15
Waits
There
Bring
May
While
for
a
forth
Thy
Thou
Filled
Let
Fruit
As
Here
Him
heav’n
pre
Word
dost
with
it
ful
my
is
so
be
un
com
balm
Who
on
cious
still
Thy
lace,
Thy
to
fort
for
an
earth
sheaves
o’er
peo
swers
must
a
me
ple
light
tem
life
in
all
and
ple
in
my
our
prayer.
be.
lone,
shine
feed.
grace!
now!
me.
strife.
woes.
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We Gather Together
OPENING SONGS
26
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 Lord’s
with us
der
tri
bless
join
um
ing;
ing,
phant,
3
4
He
Or
And
cha
dain
pray
stens and
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that Thou
The
So
Let
wi
from
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cked op
the be
con gre
Sing
Thou,
Thy
prai
Lord,
Name
ses to His
were at our
be ev er
ha
tain
still
pres
gin
ga
stens His
ing His
our De
sing
ning
tion
Name;
side,
praised!
Jn 11:52, Jer 10:23-24, Jer 30:11, Zech 10:8-9, Zeph 3:14-20
now
the
es
will
king
fen
cease
fight
cape
He for
all
O
to make
dom di
der will
from dis
we were
trib u
gets
glo
Lord,
not
ry
make
known.
vine;
be.
tres
win
la
His
be
us
sing.
ning;
tion;
own.
Thine!
free!
66656665
Abide, O Dearest Jesus
27
CLOSING SONGS
(also known as Abide with Us, Lord Jesus or Abide Among Us with Thy Grace or
Abide with Us, Our Savior or Come, Abide with Thy Grace, in Our Hearts or O Savior, Go Beside us)
Words: Joshua Stegmann, 1628. Translated by August Crull circa 1892.
Music: ’Christus der ist mein Leben’ Melchior Vulpius, 1609.
Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. A
2. A
3. A
4. A
5. A
bide, O
dear est
bide, O
dear Re
bide with heav’n ly
bide with rich
est
bide with Thy pro
Je
deem
bright
bless
tec
sus,
er,
ness
ings
tion
A
A
A
A
A
mong
mong
mong
mong
mong
us
us
us,
us,
us,
with
with
pre
boun
Lord,
Thy
Thy
cious
teous
our
grace,
Word,
Light;
Lord;
Strength,
4
4
That
And
Thy
Let
Lest
Sa
tan may not
thus now and here
truth di
rect, and
us
in grace and
world and Sa
tan
harm
af
keep
wis
fell
us,
ter
us
dom
us
Nor
True
From
Grow
And
we
to
sin
give
peace and joy
af
er
ror’s gloom y
dai
ly through Thy
o
ver come at
place.
ford.
night.
Word.
length.
6. Abide, O faithful Savior, Among us with Thy love;
Grant steadfastness, and help us To reach our home above.
1Jn 4:13-16, Mt 28:20, Jn 1:1-14, Phil 4:13, Col 1:11-12
7676
In Peace and Joy I Now Depart
CLOSING SONGS
28
(also known as The Song of Simeon: Nunc Dimitis)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1884, alt.
Music: ’Mit Fried und Freud ich Far Dahin’ from Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
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. In
2. ’Tis
3. Him
4. He
peace
Christ
Thou
is
and
that
hast
the
joy
wrought
un
Hope
I
now
this work
to
all
and sa
com
made
king
they
fort
is
mine eyes
dom called
who dwelt
de
for
set
ving
part
me,
forth
Light
At
My
Their
Of
God’s
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
So
Now
By
He
the Lord
I know
Thy dear
is
Is
of
hast
His
are
hath pro
He
is
and whole
rael’s Praise
Lk 2:29-32, Gen 49:18, Is 42:6-7, Is 49:6
mised
my
some
and
my
to
the
in
heart,
see
earth,
night
Soft
By
Ev
Fed
re
Thy
ery
and
me, And death
Life, My Help
Word, In
ev
Bliss, Their Joy,
is
in
ery
Re
but
need
place
ward,
pos
fa
na
light
a slum
and dy
re sound
and Glor
ing.
vor.
tion,
ed.
ber.
ing.
ing.
y.
858477
Lord, Dismiss Us With Thy Blessing
29
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.
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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 pel’s joy
ful
from the world a
peace;
sound;
way,
4
4
Let
May
Fear
us
the
of
O
Ev
May
re
er
we
each Thy
fruits of
death shall
fresh us,
faith ful,
ev
er,
love
Thy
not
O
ev
may
re
er
we
Num 6:22-27, 1Cor 15:54-57, Heb 9:15, Is 63:9
pos
sal
ap
ses
va
pall
sing, Tri umph
tion
In
our
us, Glad Thy
fresh us, Trav’ ling
faith ful, To the
ev
er, Reign with
in
re
hearts and
sum mons
through
truth
Thee
this
may
in
deem
lives
to
wil
we
end
ing
a
o
der
be
less
grace.
bound.
bey.
ness.
found.
day.
878787
On What Has Now Been Sown
CLOSING SONGS
30
Words: John Newton, 1779. Music: ’Darwall‘s 148th’ John Darwall, 1770.
Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. On
2. To
3. Oh,
what has now been
Thee our wants are
grant that each of
sown
known,
us
Thy
From
Now
bless ing, Lord, be
Thee are all
our
met be fore Thee
stow;
pow’rs;
here
The
Ac
May
pow’r
cept
meet
4
4
is Thine a
what is
Thine
to
ge
ther
the
and
to
har
vest
prayers re
Heav’n, our
lone To make it
own And par don
thus When Thou and
raise, And
ceive And
home. E’en
Mk 4:26-29, 1Cor 3:6-7, 1Thess 3:11-13, 2Cor 9:10
Thou
to
so,
spring
what
Thine
a
Thy
A
and
is
ap
lone shalt
Word
a
men, Lord
grow.
ours.
pear
Do
Our
And
have
bless
Je
Thou
prais
fol
the
ing
sus,
in
es,
low
grace
Lord,
Thee
praise.
give.
come!
666688
Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
31
ADVENT
(also known as Hail, Thou Long-Expected Jesus)
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.
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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,
rest in
king dom
Thee.
bring.
2
4
From our
Born to
fears and
reign in
Is rael’s
By Thine
Strength and
own
e
Dear De
By Thine
sire of
all suf
Is 9:6, Lk 1:67-75, Is 61:1-2, 2Pt 1:3-4
sins re
us for
Con
ter
sol
nal
ev ery
fi cient
lease
ev
us,
er,
a tion,
Spi rit
na tion,
mer it,
Let
Now
us
Thy
Hope of
Rule in
Joy
Raise
of
us
find our
grac ious
all
all
ev
to
the
our
ery
Thy
earth Thou
hearts a
art;
lone;
long ing
glor ious
heart.
throne.
87878787
Comfort, Comfort Ye My People
ADVENT
32
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 Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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6
4
1. Com fort, com
2. For
the her
3. Yea,
her sins
4. Make ye straight
fort
ald’s
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
Speak
O
She
For
ye to
that warn
has suff
the glo
Je
ing
ered
ry
ru
cry
many
of
sa
o
a
the
Tell
Let
God
And
Is 40:1-8
her that
her
the val
leys
will change her
all flesh shall
ness,
ance,
ger
ble,
lem
bey!
day,
Lord
sins I
co
rise to meet
pi ning sad
see the to
Mourn ing ’neath their
Since the king dom
He
will no
more
As
be fits
His
Of
Now
Now
O’er
ver,
Him,
ness
ken
And
And
In
That
the
pre
her
the
peace
pare
griefs
earth
her war
the hills
to ev
His Word
that
for
have
is
fare
bow
er
is
sor
now
see
ho
waits
God
passed
shed
now
down
spring
ne
row’s
is
nor
ly
for
a
a
a
load;
here.
heed.
reign,
them;
way!
way,
broad,
is
o
to greet
ing glad
ver bro
ver.
Him.
ness.
ken.
87877788
Gabriel’s Message
33
ADVENT
(also known as The Angel Gabriel From Heaven Came)
Words: Traditional Basque Carol; Paraphrased by Sabine Baring Gould, (1834-1924).
Music: ’Gabriel‘s 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
"All
thy
"my
and
hail,"
Son
soul
Christ
most
high
Lk 1:26-38, 1:42-48
as
er
be
le
said
shall
shall
ian
ly
drift
a
as
hem,
he,
be
laud
folk
fa
vored
ed
tions
it
all
"thou
Em
and
through
la
snow,
laud
pleas
on
low
ma
mag
out
dy,"
his
and
eth
a
ly
nu
ni
the
mai
el,
fy
world
Glo
eyes
ho
God,"
Christ
den,
by
His
will
as
nor
she
mas
Ma
seers
ho
ev
flame;
thee,
said,
morn,
ry,
told,
Name."
say
fore
ly
er
ri
a!
10 10 12 7 3
Hark the Glad Sound
ADVENT
34
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.
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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
tan’s
the
ing
a
and
Him
the
His
throne,
love,
burst,
blind
grace
And
His
The
To
T’en
ev
ho
ir
pour
rich
ery
ly
on
ce
the
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
6. His silver trumpets publish loud
The jub’lee of the Lord
Our debts are all remitted now
Our heritage restored.
pare
zeal
fore
of
of
voice
a
Breast in
fet
ters
les
tial
hum
ble
song.
spire.
yield.
day.
poor.
7. Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace,
Thy welcome shall proclaim;
And Heav’n’s eternal arches ring
With Thy belovèd name.
Lk 4:18-19, Is 61:1-2, Rev 5:11-12, Ps 107:13-14, Acts 16:25-34, Lv 25:9-10, Mk 2:18-22
8686
Jesus Came, the Heavens Adoring
35
ADVENT
Words: Godfrey Thring, 1864.
Music: ’Sieh, hier bin ich, Ehrenkoenig’ from Geistreiches Gesangbuch Darmstadt, Germany, 1698.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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
heav’ns
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
heav’ns
from
are
of
our
shall
realms
bowed
sins
hopes
pass
on
with
for
and
a
high;
care;
giv’n;
fears;
way;
4
4
Je
Je
Je
Je
Je
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
sus
sus
sus
sus
sus
le
le
le
le
le
came for
comes a
comes in
comes, what
comes a
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
man’s
gain
sounds
e’er
gain
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
re
in
of
be
in
le
le
le
le
le
Mk 13:26, Zech 9:9, Lk 2:14, Jn 14:18, Mt 25:31-34
demp
an
glad
falls
glo
tion,
swer
ness,
us,
ry;
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
Low
To
Lead
Glads
Let
ly came on
an
ear nest,
ing souls re
our hearts, and
us then our
Came
Comes
Now
Cheer
Till
in
to
the
ing
the
deep hu
save us
gate of
e’en our
dawn of
earth
heart
deemed
dries
hom
to
die.
felt prayer;
to Heav’n;
our tears;
age pay,
mil
i
ty.
from des pair.
death is riv’n.
fail ing years.
end less day.
878787
Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates
ADVENT
36
Words: Georg Weissel, 1642. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1855.
Music: ’Milwaukee’ or ’Macht hoch die Tür (Lemke)’ August Lemke, 1849.
Setting: "Concordia Kinderchöre", 1908.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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3
4
1. Lift
2. The
3. O
4. Fling
5. Re
up
Lord
blest
wide
deem
your
is
the
the
er,
heads, ye
just,
a
land, the
por tals
come! I
might
Help
ci
of
o
y
er
ty
your
pen
gates! Be
tried, Mer
blest, Where
heart; Make
wide My
hold,
cy
Christ
it
heart
the
is
the
a
to
King of
ev
er
Ru
ler
tem ple,
Thee; here,
glo
at
is
set
Lord,
ry
His
con
a
a
3
4
waits;
side,
fessed!
part
bide!
is
dis
umph
and
re
glad
glad
light
life
goal
The
His
O
From
Let
King of
king ly
hap py
earth ly
me Thy
here;
tress,
comes!
joy;
veal.
ly
and
and
be
be
Life
The
The
So
Thy
sing:
sings:
bliss.
gin;
won!
We
We
O
To
E
kings is
crown is
hearts and
use
for
in
ner
and sal
end
of
cloud less
shall your
Ho
ly
praise
praise
Com
Thee,
ter
draw
ing
ho
li
hap
py
heav’ns em
pres
ence
va tion
all
our
Sun of
Sov ereign
Spi rit
Thee,
Thee,
fort
O
nal
Ps 24:7, 118:19-20, Mt 3:1-3, Is 26:2, 60:4-5, Rev 22:20
Fa
Sa
er
God,
praise
doth
woe
joy
en
guide
ther,
vior,
di
be
and
near,
ness,
homes
ploy,
feel,
He
He
He
ter
us
now!
now!
vine,
praise,
fame
The
His
To
A
Thy
bring,
brings;
is,
in,
on,
Cre
Migh
What
For
We
Sa
scep
whom
dorned
grace
Where
Where
Who
and
Un
a
ty
bound
Word,
of
vior
ter,
this
with
and
of
pi
King
prayer
love
fore
fore
bring
new
til
re
the
eth
and
our
tor,
in
less
and
fer
wise
deed
grace
deed,
to
the
ty
in
and
in
joice
earth
pure
no
glo
art
art
is
and
Thy
world
in
tri
love
me
and
is
de
bler
rious
Thou!
Thou!
Thine!
grace!
Name.
88888866
Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending
37
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.
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4
4
1. Lo!
2. Ev
3. Ev
4. Now
5. An
He
’ry
’ry
re
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
Heav’n
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
the
and
the
shall
Thy
tri
nailed
trump
meet
pin
lu
wail
judg
lu
a
slain;
y;
way;
pear;
doom!
umph
Him
pro
Him
ing
jah!
ing,
ment!
jah!
tion,
Hal
deep
Come
Hal
all
Thou
Those
All
All
The
of
to
claim
in
ex
le
ly
to
le
cre
sand
who
who
His
new
His
the
the
the
iles
lu
wail
judg
lu
a
thou
sand
set
at
hate
Him
saints, by
Heav’n and
train:
tree,
day:
air:
home:
jah!
ing,
ment!
jah!
tion,
6.The dear tokens of His passion Still His dazzling body bears;
Cause of endless exultation To His ransomed worshipers;
With what rapture, with what rapture, with what rapture
Gaze we on those glorious scars!
saints
naught
must,
man
earth
Hal
Deep
Come
Hal
All
God ap
Shall the
Come to
See the
Tra vails!
at
and
con
re
in
le
ly
to
le
cre
lu
wail
judg
lu
a
pears
on
true
Mes
judg ment!
day
of
groans! and
tend
sold
found
ject
her
jah!
ing,
ment!
jah!
tion,
ing,
Him,
ed,
ed,
it,
Swell
Pierced
Hear
Now
Take
Hal
deep
Come
Hal
all
earth
to
si
ah
Come a
God
ap
bids Thee
le
ly
to
le
cre
reign.
see.
way!
pear!
come!
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 20:24-31, Rev 7:9-12, Acts 1:11, 1Thess 4:13-18, Rev 22:20
8 7 8 7 12 7
Magnificat
ADVENT
38
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.
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3
4
1. My soul
2. Be hold,
3. The Lord
4. The hun
5. The 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 God’s
mer
cy
3
4
Lk 1:46-55
spir
done
heart
kind
He
it
great
He
ness
His
me,
fear,
moved,
rests,
go,
He
Who
The
With
to
I
things
shall
ev
cov
hears
hon
low
emp
A
re
for
put
’ry
’nant
joice;
me;
down;
day;
keeps;
His
or
ly
ty
bra
My Sav ior
His mer cy
The haught y
But on
the
Just as
He
low
His
have
hands
ham,
ly
Name
God’s
they’re
and
has
rests
from
rich
pro
ser
most
bless
sent
to
re
on
their
no
mised
gard
those
thrones
bless
long
vant’s
ho
ing
a
his
for
who
re
ing
a
voice.
ly.
found.
way.
Seed.
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O Come O Come Emmanuel
39
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
mourns
us
depths
perse
safe
in
the
of
the
the
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
xile
ledge
ple
of
on
here
show,
save,
night,
high,
Un
And
And
And
And
ran
or
own
spi
o
som
derest
from
rits
pen
cap
all
Sa
by
wide
tive
things
tan’s
Thine
our
Is
ra
might
i
ty
ran
ad
vent
hea
v’nly
el,
ly;
ny;
here;
home;
4
4
That
To
From
Dis
Make
Re
joice!
Re
Is 7:14, 11:1, Rev 22:20
lone
ly
path
of
hell Thy
gloom y
way that
joice!
Em
e
know
peo
clouds
leads
man
u
el
shall
til
teach
give
death’s
close
the
us
them
dark
the
Son of
in her
vic t’ry
sha dows
path to
come to thee, O
God
ways
ov’r
put
mi
I
ap
to
the
to
ser
sra
pear.
go.
grave.
flight.
y.
el.
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On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s Cry
ADVENT
40
Words: Charles Coffin, 1736. st. 1-3 translated by John Chandler, 1837; st 4-5 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.
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3
4
1. On
2. Then
3. For
4. Stretch
5. To
Jor
dan’s
cleansed be
Thou
art
forth
Thine
Him
Who
bank
ev
our
hand,
left
the
ery
Sal
to
the
Bap
breast
va
heal
throne
tist’s
from
tion,
our
of
cry
An
sin;
Make
Lord,
Our
sore,
And
Heav’n To
is
with
Re
no
be
nigh;
in;
ward.
more;
giv’n;
Come,
Pre
With
Once
Like
then,
pare
out
more
praise
and
we
Thy
up
be
noun
straight
Ref
make
save
ces
the
uge,
us
man
3
4
that
way
and
rise
kind,
for
hearts
souls
peo
Fa
the
for
our
and
all
he
a
must
ple
ther
Lord
God
great
fall
praise
brings
home,
fade
shine,
done,
Glad
Where
And
And
And
ti
such
wi
fill
Ho
Jn 1:19-23, Mt 3:1-12, Mk 1:1-8, Lk 3:1-14, Mk 1:40-45
dings
a
ther
the
ly
from
might
like
world
Spi
the
y
a
with
rit,
King
Guest
flow’r
love
Three
hear
in
grace
on
to
of
may
de
di
in
ken,
our
our
Thy
the
kings!
come.
cayed.
vine.
One.
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Of The Father’s Love Begotten
41
CHRISTMAS
Words: Aurelius Prudentius Clemens, 5th Century.
Verses 1, 4-8 translated by John Mason Neale, 1854. Verses 2-3, 9 translated by Henry Williams Baker, 1859.
Music: ’Divinum Mysterium’ or ’Corde Natus’ Latin Plainsong, 13th Century.
Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1892, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
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1. Of
2. At
3. He
4. Oh
5. O
to
was
to
of
es
end
or
end
of
God
the
His
is
that
ye
Fa
ther’s love
Word they were
found in
hu
birth
for
ev
heights of heav’n
be,
done:
know,
grace,
sing;
ing
der
less
our
and
He
Heav’n
That
By
Pow’rs,
He,
one;
woe,
race;
King:
is
and
the
the
do
be
cre
man
er
a
got
a
fash
bless
dore
ten
ted;
ion,
èd!
Him;
Al pha and
O
earth and depths of
race of
A
dam’s
ly Ghost con
Ho
min ions, bow
be
Of
All
May
And
Let
the
that
not
the
no
things
grows
hence
Babe,
tongue
me
o
child
ceiv
fore
that are,
be neath
forth die
the world’s
on earth
that
the
and
Re
be
Jn 3:16, Acts 13:32-39, Rev 1:8, Jn 1:1-5, Phil 2:5-11, Mt 1:20-23, 13:16-17, Lk 24:27
Ere
He
Death
When
An
the worlds be
com mand ed;
and
sor
row
the
vir
gin,
gel hosts, His
ga,
cean
ren,
ing,
Him,
He
In
Doomed
Bare
and
have
shin
per
deem
si
been,
ing
ish
er,
lent,
gan
it
here
full
prais
the source, the
their three fold
by
law
to
the
Sa
vior
ex
tol
our
And
Of
In
First
Ev
that
the
the
re
ery
8787877
CHRISTMAS
fu
moon
dread
vealed
voice
41(2)
ture
and
ful
His
in
years
burn
gulf
sac
con
shall
ing
be
red
cert
see,
sun,
low,
face,
ring,
Ev
Ev
Ev
Ev
Ev
er
er
er
er
er
more
more
more
more
more
and
and
and
and
and
ev
ev
ev
ev
ev
er
er
er
er
er
more!
more!
more!
more!
more!
6. He is here, Whom seers in old time Chanted of, while ages ran;
Whom the writings of the prophets Promised since the world began:
Then foretold, now manifested, to receive the praise of man,
Evermore and evermore!
7. Righteous Judge of souls departed, Righteous King of them that live,
On the Father’s throne exalted None in might with Thee may strive;
Who at last in vengeance coming Sinners from Thy face shalt drive,
Evermore and evermore!
8. Thee let old men, Thee let young men, Thee let choirs of infants sing;
Thee the matrons and the virgins, And the children answering:
Let their guileless songs re-echo, And the heart its music bring,
Evermore and evermore!
9. Christ, to Thee with God the Father, And, O Holy Ghost, to Thee,
Hymn and chant with high thanksgiving, And unwearied praises be:
Honor, glory, and dominion, And eternal victory,
Evermore and evermore!
Jn 3:16, Acts 13:32-39, Rev 1:8, Jn 1:1-5, Phil 2:5-11, Mt 1:20-23, 13:16-17, Lk 24:27
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O Lord, How Shall I Meet Thee
42
ADVENT
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653. translator unknown.
Music: ’Wie Soll ich Dich Empfange’ Johann Crüger, 1653.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 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
com’st 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 pow’rs 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
com’st
cured
O
My
In
A
O
kin
soul
deep
glor
love
ho
sad
da
give
tell
ly,
ness
tion,
me,
ing,
lamp with
glor
ies
void
of
trea sure
led Thee
To
With
Then,
That
In
Mt 21:1-9, Ps 42:1-2
do
all
Thou,
will
love
dle,
puts
est
y
be
Lord, most
off
her
de
gra
Thou dost
yond all
in
spir
it
her strength and
my soul’s Sal
not fail
nor
all
love
ex
low
glad
va
leave
cel
Thy
Thy
De
A
That
ly
All
ness She
tion, Didst
me
As
ling, Our
my heart’s De
them shall pre
most depth of
to
hon
or
my
lib
er
that may
fain would
come to
earth ly
lost and
in
to
joy
safe
to
please
serve
bring
rich
fal
my
pro
and
on
em
Thee
Thy
re
es
len
light!
pare.
grief,
me.
ty.
breast,
claim;
peace,
high,
brace,
best.
Name.
lease.
fly.
race!
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ADVENT
42(2)
6.Rejoice, then, ye sad-hearted, Who sit in deepest gloom,
Who mourn o’er 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.Sin’s 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 forgiv’n,
To all God’s sons securing Their part and lot in heav’n.
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 Lord’s appearing. O glorious Sun, now come,
Send forth Thy beams so cheering, And guide is safely home!
Mt 21:1-9, Ps 42:1-2
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Savior Of The Nations Come
43
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 Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 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 ther’s
na
flesh
won
forth
on
tions,
and
drous
He
ly
come;
blood;
Child
came
Son,
Vir gin’s Son,
By
the Spi
Of
the
vir
And re
turn
Hast o’er sin
here
rit
gin
eth
the
make
of
un
to
vic
Thy
our
de
the
t’ry
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
heav’n
God
world
death
king
6. Brightly doth Thy manger shine,
Glorious is its light divine.
Let not sin o’ercloud this light;
Ever be our faith thus bright.
Ps 67:1-2, Jn 1:1-4, Lk 2:30-32
and
made
dis
and
dom
earth,
flesh,
owned,
hell
be;
That
Wo
Still
High
When
the
man’s
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?
7. Praise to God the Father sing,
Praise to God the Son, our King,
Praise to God the Spirit be
Ever and eternally.
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The Advent of Our God
ADVENT
44
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
on’s 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
vant’s
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 dom’s
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 19:28-40, Phil 2:5-11, Eph 4:22-24, Dan 7:13-14
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The King Shall Come
45
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
earth’s
tri
and
vic
fair
dark
ern
the
of
ty
that
life
lights
spite
we
day
to
the
the
His
that
um
fight,
tor
morn
night
phant
and
ious,
ing
is
breaks;
die,
rose,
be,
past;
a
ing
of
shall
shall
wakes.
sky.
foes.
see.
last.
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
6. And let the endless bliss begin,
By weary saints foretold,
When right shall triumph over wrong,
And truth shall be extolled.
Zeph 1:14, Rev 22:20
east
like
place
beau
of
hills,
sun
death,
comes,
morn,
And
That
De
And
The
joy
morn
rage
face
aye
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.
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A Great and Mighty Wonder
CHRISTMAS
46
Words: Germanus of Constantinople (634-734). Translated by John Mason Neale, 1862.
Music: ’Es Ist Ein Ros Entsprungen (Rhythmic)’ German from Köln, 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
The
And
Re
The
And
vir
cher
joice,
In
Christ
gin
u
ye
fant
shall
Re
peat the hymn
might
comes
sing
comes
forms
bears
bim
vales
born
wield
a
y
in
your
to
shall
the
sing
and
in
His
gain: "To
won
car
Mon
ran
per
In
an
moun
Beth
scep
der,
nate
arch,
som,
ish,
fant
thems
tains,
l’em,
ter,
a
and
those
by
and
with
to
ye
the
our
God on high be
1Tim 3:16, Jn 1:14-17, Lk 2:1-20, 1Tim 2:5-6, Heb 2:14-15
full
yet
bright
all
er
vir
shep
oc
Sa
Lord
and
re
an
be
ror
gin
herds
eans,
vior
and
glo ry And
ho
mains
gel
He
shall
hon
from
clap
and
God
peace on
ly
on
ic
a
de
cure:
high,
bands,
dored,
cay,
or
the
your
the
for
pure!
sky.
hands.
Lord.
aye.
earth
to
men!"
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All My Heart This Night Rejoices
47
CHRISTMAS
(also known as All My Heart Again Rejoices)
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1656. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858.
Music: ’Ebeling’ or ’Bonn’ or ’Warum Sollt Ich’ or ’All My Heart This Night’ Johann Georg Ebeling, 1666.
Setting: "Chorale Book For England", 1863.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
= 140
4
4
1. All
my
2. For
it
3. Yea,
so
4. Hark! a
5. Come then,
heart
this
dawns,- the
tru
ly
voice from
let
us
night re
joi
pro mised mor
for
us
car
yon der man
has ten yon
ces,
row
eth,
ger,
der;
ces;
row.
eth;
ger;
der.
is
to
our
ren
Him
As
Of
That
Soft
Here
I
His
His
and
let
hear,
birth
Son
sweet,
all,
Far
Who
All
Doth
Great
and
the
we’ve
en
and
near,
earth
done
treat,
small,
4
4
Sweet est
an
Res cues from
As
our off’r
"Flee from woe
Kneel in
awe
sing
scen
for
grieve
yearn
ing,
deth,
us,
you
ing;
gel
her
ing
and
and
voi
sor
bear
dan
won
Till
Of
Bears
You
Hail
the
His
our
are
the
air
grace
load,
freed,
Star
"Christ
God
As
Breth
Love
Ev’r
To
And
All
That
y
our
to
you
from
where
race
God
need
far
born,"
wear
Lamb
come,
who
Now
Here
Doth
I
Bright
with
His
in
will
with
joy
Son
peace
sure
hope
their
our
who,
from
with
is
He
re
ly
is
choirs are
form de
dy
ing
all
doth
love
is
ring
lend
store
give
burn
ing.
eth:
us.
you."
ing!
6. Ye who pine in weary sadness, Weep no more, For the door
Now is found of gladness. Cling to Him for He will guide you
Where no cross, Pain or loss, Can again betide you.
7. Hither come, ye heavy- hearted, Who for sin Deep within,
Long and sore have smarted; For the poison’d wounds you’re feeling
Help is near, One is here Mighty for their healing!
8. Hither come, ye poor and wretched; Know His will Is to fill
Every hand outstretched; Here are riches without measure,
Here forget All regret, Fill your hearts with treasure.
9. Blessed Savior, let me find Thee! Keep Thou me Close to Thee,
Cast me not behind Thee! Life of life, my heart Thou stillest,
Calm I rest On Thy breast, All this void Thou fillest.
10. Thee, dear Lord, with heed I’ll cherish, Live to Thee, And with Thee
Dying, shall not perish; But shall dwell with Thee for ever,
Far on high In the joy That can alter never.
Lk 2:8-15, Is 7:14, 9:2-7, Gal 4:4, Heb 2:14-17
83368336
All Praise to Jesus’ Hallowed Name
CHRISTMAS
48
(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 2-7, Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Gelobet Seist Du’ ancient German found in Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: Karl August Haupt, 1869.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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4
4
1. All
2. Th’E
3. He
4. Th’E
5. The
praise
to
Je
sus’
ter
nal
Fa
ther’s
whom the
world could
ter
nal
Light, come
Fa
ther’s Son, God
hal
lowed
on
ly
not
in
down from
ev
er-
Name
Son
wrap
heav’n,
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
the
now
by
mak
makes
be
His
ry’s
shine
a
glad
the
His
eth
us
came
throne
lap;
giv’n;
guest;
news to
er
ev
might up
us
the
in
his
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
earth they bring.
last ing Good.
hold eth
all.
sons of light.
king dom heirs.
an
flesh
in
midst
vale
Hal
le
gels
and
fant
of
of
lu
sing
blood
small,
night,
tears,
As
See
Who
And
And
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 2:7-14, Is 9:2, 1Tim 3:16, 1Jn 1:1-3
8 7 8 8 with Alleluia
Angels From the Realms of Glory
49
CHRISTMAS
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.
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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 o’er all
the
o’er 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
Come and
sang cre
us
is
great De
ly
the
now re
a
tion’s
now
re
sire
of
Lord, de
vokes the
wor ship, come
and
6. Though an Infant now we view Him,
He shall fill His Father’s throne,
Gather all the nations to Him;
Every knee shall then bow down:
Lk 2:6-20, Mt 2:1-11
stor
sid
na
scend
sen
y
ing;
tions;
ing,
tence,
Now pro
Yon der
Ye have
In
His
Mer cy
wor ship, Wor ship
claim
shines
seen
tem
calls
Christ,
Mes
the
His
ple
you;
the
si
ah’s
in
fant
na
tal
shall ap
break your
new born
birth.
light:
star.
pear.
chains.
King.
7. All creation, join in praising
God, the Father, Spirit, Son,
Evermore your voices raising
To th’eternal Three in One.
878787
Angels We Have Heard On High
CHRISTMAS
50
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
o’er
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
Glo
Glo
Lk 2:13-14, Ps 95:6
ri a,
ri a,
joy
heav’n
new
love
ous
ly
born
we
in ex cel sis
in ex cel sis
De
De
strains.
song?
King.
raise.
o!
o!
7 7 7 7 with Glorias
Away In A Manger
51
CHRISTMAS
Words: stanzas 1,2 anonymous published Philadelphia, 1885. stanza 3 John T. MacFarland (1851-1913).
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.
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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
stars
love
all
in
the
Thee, Lord
the dear
lit
lit
by
tle Lord
tle Lord
me for
3
4
Je
Je
ev
sus
sus,
er,
laid
no
and
down where He
down from the
Thy ten der
Lk 2:7, Lk 18:15-17
down His
cry
ing
love me,
lay,
sky
care,
The
And
And
sweet
He
I
lit
stay
fit
head.
makes;
pray;
tle Lord
by my
us for
The
I
Bless
Je
cra
Hea
sus,
dle
ven
a
til
to
sky
Je
child
sleep on
the
morn ing
is
live with Thee
looked
sus, look
ren in
hay.
nigh.
there.
11 11 11 11
Come, Your Heart and Voices Raising
CHRISTMAS
52
(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
cob’s
hearts
death
God,
heav’n
Star
with
may
and
our
fort
glad
well
life
race
sweet
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
ly
our
our
our
cing
sing
full
wear
need
Sa
the
tan
His
in
with
3
4
Lord
now
Son
love
com
love
va
steps
help
to
a
tion
is
ex
surr
ma
own
gui
ten
en
zing,
ing,
ding
ding,
der,
6. From the bondage that oppressed us,
From sin’s fetters that possessed us,
From the grief that sore distressed us,
We, the captives, now are free.
ness
be
a
be
and
Wor
Cast
From
Saved
Break
prais
moan
bi
frien
ten
thy
our
earth’s
us
ing
ing;
ing;
ding;
ding,
der,
Loud
We,
He
In
For
folk
ev
woe
from
all
of
ery
to
the
the
Chris
care
heav’n
wi
pow’rs
ten
a
ly
ly
of
His
sal
y
His
tan
dom.
way.
joy.
Foe.
hell.
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 1:68-71, Is 61:1, Ps 107:10-22
8887
Far, Far Away On Judea’s Plains
53
CHRISTMAS
Words: John M. MacFarlane, 1869.
Music and Setting: ’Far, Far Away On Judea‘s Plains’ John M. MacFarlane, 1869.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
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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
a’s
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
high
ous strains:
ven a bove:
and
voice:
sub
lime:
est;
Lk 2:8-15, Col 1:19-20
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
Glo ry
to God in the
high
Glo
ry to God in the
Peace on earth, good
will to men;
est
Peace
on earth,
good
will to
in the
men.
998877
From Heaven Above To Earth I Come
CHRISTMAS
54
Words: Martin Luther, 1535. translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1855.
Music: ’Vom Himmel Hoch’ traditional German from Schumann’s 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.
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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 heav’ns
will
of
will
for
and
say
all
make
ev
earth
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.
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.
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 blessèd Christ Child lieth there!
12. Thus hath it pleased Thee to make plain
The truth to us, poor fools and vain,
That this world’s honor, wealth and might
Are naught and worthless in Thy sight.
8. Welcome to earth, Thou noble Guest,
Through Whom e’en wicked men are blest!
Thou com’st to share our misery,
What can we render, Lord, to Thee!
13. Ah, dearest Jesus, holy Child,
Make Thee a bed, soft, undefiled,
Here in my poor heart’s inmost shrine,
That I may evermore be Thine.
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.
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,
Beset with gold and jewels rare,
She yet were far too poor to be
A narrow cradle, Lord, for Thee.
and
your
you
er
were
sing.
earth.
free.
rest.
made.
15. Glory to God in highest Heaven,
Who unto man His Son hath given,
While angels sing, with pious mirth,
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 2:6-20, Jn 3:16-18, Rom 5:8
8888
Gentle Mary Laid Her Child
55
CHRISTMAS
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.
= 140
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 ven’s
He
is
lay,
star
still
Such
a
Babe
Shep herds saw
Son
of
God,
the
shone
the
in
the
of
Ask the saved of
All the plains were
Praise His Name in
Lk 2:1-20, Phil 2:5-11, 1Jn 3:5
un
bright
un
such
won
hum
all
lit
all
de
ly
de
filed,
forth,
filed,
a
place,
drous sight,
ble birth,
the race
that night,
the earth,
to
glo
but
the
ry
no
world
all
more
can
heard
beau
He
the
ti
be
an
ful
who have found His
all
the hills were
hail the King of
a
a
a
Stran
round
stran
ger:
Him:
ger:
the
gels
the
Sa
sing
sto
vior?
ing;
ry;
fa
ring
glo
vor.
ing.
ry!
76767676
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
CHRISTMAS
56
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.
= 160
4
4
1. God
2. In
3. From
4. "Fear
5. The
rest
ye
mer
ry,
Beth
le
hem,
in
God our heav’n ly
not, then," said
the
those
shep herds at
gen
Is
Fa
an
ti
tle
ra
men, let
el,
this
ther
a
gel, "Let
dings re
no
thing you
dis
bless èd
Babe was
bless èd
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
To
The
How
To
And
save us
which His
that
in
free
all
went to
Sa
Ma
hem
trust
straight
O
ti dings of
all
from
ther
mo
Beth le
those who
Beth l’em
com fort and
vior was
ger
up
herds brought
vior
of
ing
in
tan’s pow’r when
ry
did
was born the
in
Him from
aw
ay
this
joy, com fort and
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.
Lk 2:10-11, Ps 46:10
born on Christ
on
this bless
ti
dings of
a
pure Vir
tem pest, storm
joy;
mas
èd
the
gin
and
we were gone
a
no thing take
in
Son
of
God by
tan’s pow’r and
Sa
bless èd
Babe to
O
ti
dings of
Day;
morn;
same;
bright,
wind,
stray.
scorn.
name.
might."
find.
com fort and
joy.
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.
867686848
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
57
CHRISTMAS
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 heav’n
De sire
am’s like
ald
est
ly
of
ness,
an
gels sing,
Heav’n 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:
con
gin’s
His
pent’s
Thy
ciled!"
womb.
wings.
head.
love.
4
4
Peace on earth,
Late in
time,
Light and life
Rise, the
wo
Se cond Ad
Joy
Veiled
Mild
Now
Let
ful,
in
He
dis
us
all
ye
flesh the
lays His
play Thy
Thee, though
With th’an gel
Pleased with
us
Born
to
raise
Now
in
my
O,
to
all
Hark!
and
be
to
man’s
am
the her
Lk 2:13-14, 1Cor 15:21-22
ic
in
the
stic
Thy
ald
mer
cy
hold Him
all
He
con qu’ring
from a
na
God
glo
sav
lost,
host
flesh
sons
un
self
an
mild,
come,
brings,
Seed,
bove,
tions rise,
head see;
ry
by,
ing
po
gain,
re
pro
to
of
ion
im
gels
wer,
claim,
dwell,
earth,
join
part,
sing,
God and
Off spring
Ris’n with
Bruise in
Re
in
Join the
Hail th’in
Born that
Ruin ed
Thee, the
sin
of
heal
us
state
tri umph
car
nate
man no
na
ture
Life, the
ners
a
ing
the
us
re
vir
in
ser
in
of
the skies;
De
i
ty,
more may die.
now
re
store;
in
ner man:
"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
"Glo
ry
to
the
new
le
u
cond
to
ing
hem!"
el.
birth.
Thine.
heart.
born King!"
7777777777
I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
CHRISTMAS
58
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
the
th’un
a
and
the
Lk 2:13-14, Is 41:13
fa
fries
re
no
not
words
bro
chant
mocks
right
mil
of
volved
peace
dead,
iar
all
from
on
nor
re peat
ken song
sub lime
the song
pre vail
car
Christ
night
earth,"
doth
Of
Of
Of
Of
With
ols
en
to
I
He
peace
peace
peace
peace
peace
play,
dom
day,
said,
sleep;
on
on
on
on
on
And
Had
A
"For
The
earth,
earth,
earth,
earth,
earth,
good
good
good
good
good
wild
rolled
voice,
hate
wrong
will
will
will
will
will
and sweet
a
long
a
chime,
is
strong
shall fail,
to
to
to
to
to
men.
men.
men.
men."
men."
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In The Bleak MidWinter
59
CHRISTMAS
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, Heav’n can not
nough for
Him, whom
An
gels
and arch
can
I
What
win
hold
cher
an
give
ter,
Him,
bim,
gels
Him,
u
frost
nor
wor
may
poor
y
wind
earth
ship night
have ga
as
made
sus
and
thered
I
moan,
tain;
day,
there,
am?
4
4
Earth stood hard
Heav’n and earth
ful
Breast
Cher
u
bim
If
I
were
as
shall
of
and
a
i
flee
milk,
ser
shep
fall
en,
bleak mid
Him, whom
mo
ther
were
a
snow
win
an
on
Wise
Snow
In
ough
But
If
had
the
for
His
I
In
The
Ox
Wor
Yet
the
Lord
and
shiped
what
bleak
God
ass
the
can
mid
Al
and
be
I
a
a
on
win
migh
ca
lov
give
ron,
way
and
phim
herd,
snow,
ter
gels
ly,
Man,
ter,
ty,
mel
ed
Him:
wa
ter
like
when He comes
man
ger
ful
thronged
I
would bring
a
a
snow
sta
fall
in
I
long
Je
which
with
give
on
ble
snow
place
down
her
mai
would do
a
to
of
the
a
stone;
reign.
hay;
air;
lamb;
on
suf
be
den
my
a
sus
a
a
my
En
snow,
ficed
fore,
bliss,
part;
go.
Christ.
dore.
kiss.
heart.
These lyrics are rather obscure, though quite beautiful. The earth (which represents all of God’s promises to His People, Gen
13:14-15, Rom 4:13-17, Mt 5:5) and the water (which represents Baptism and forgiveness, Jn 3:5, Eph 5:25-27, 1Pt 3:21) are
frozen and lifeless as the Law reigns alone (2Cor 3:6b), with no grace flowing before Christ. The Spirit (the wind) 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
21:6-7). Then Christ humbly comes to melt the icy world in grace. This then inspires 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 26:18-19, Job 38:29-30, Ps 147:16-20, Is 59:11-14, 1Kgs 8:27, Lk 2:7-14, Ez 36:25-28, Pr 23:26, Deut 30:6
Irregular
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
CHRISTMAS
60
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.
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6
8
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
life’s
are
mid
skies
sin
crush
has
night
they
and
ing
t’ning
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,
6
8
From
And
Be
Who
When
an
gels bend
still their hea ven
neath the an
toil
a long
with the ev
"Peace
A
And
Look
When
on
the
bove its
man, at
now! for
peace shall
The
And
O
O
And
earth,
sad
war
glad
ov
ing
ly
gel
the
er
near
the earth,
mu
sic floats
strain have rolled
climb ing way
circ
ling years
To
O’er
Two
With
Comes
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
world in
so
lemn
ev
er
ov er its
hush the noise,
ye
side
the
rest
be
the whole world
send
Lk 2:8-14, Is 9:1-6, Gen 11:9
still
Ba
men
wear
back
ness
bel
of
y
the
lay,
sounds
strife
road,
song
To
The
And
And
Which
touch their harps
all
the wea
thou sand years
pain
ful steps
round the age
Heav en’s all
bend
on
lovesong
swift
ly
an
cient
hear
bless
hear
hear
now
the
èd
the
the
the
an
an
an
an
an
gra
hov
which
on
splen
of
ry
of
and
of
cious
’ring
they
the
dors
gels
gels
gels
gels
gels
gold;
world;
wrong;
slow,
gold;
King."
wing,
bring;
wing.
fling,
sing.
sing.
sing.
sing!
sing.
86868686
Joy to the World
61
CHRISTMAS
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
And
Re
Far
And
ev
fields
comes
glo
Heav’n
peat
as
won
Lk 2:10, Ps 97:1, 98:4-9
’ry
and
to
ries
heart
floods,
make
of
and na ture
the sound ing
the curse is
ders of His
pre
rocks,
His
His
sing,
joy,
found,
love,
pare
hills
bless
right
Him
and
ings
eous
And
Re
Far
And
room,
plains
flow
ness,
And
Re
Far
And
Heav’n, and
peat,
re
as,
far
won
ders,
Heav’n
peat
as
won
Heav’n,
peat,
as,
won
and na ture
the sound ing
the curse is
ders of His
and
the
the
ders,
na
sound
curse
of
ture
ing
is
His
sing,
joy,
found,
love,
sing.
joy.
found.
love.
868668
Let Our Gladness Have No End
CHRISTMAS
62
Words: From the Kancional, by Tobias Zavorka, 1602. Translator unknown.
Music: ’Narodil se Kristus PM Setting: "Carols Old And Carols New", 1916.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.
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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
gave
us
Christ de scend.
Je
sse grows.
and our Lord.
Christ, His Son, to
Rom 5:11, Rom 8:32-33, Jn 1:14, Gen 3:15
save
Hal
Hal
Hal
le
le
le
us;
lu
lu
lu
jah!
jah!
jah!
Christ, His
On
this day God
Son, to save
us.
7 7 6 6 6 with Alleluias
Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming
63
CHRISTMAS
Words: verses 1-2, 15th Century German. Translated by Theodore Baker, 1894.
verses 3,4 Fridrich Layriz (1808-1859). 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 Köln, 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
Of
With
How
Dis
O
how
a
Rose e’er
ai
ah ’twas fore
shep herds heard the
Flow’r, whose fra grance
Sa
vior, Child of
Jes
Mar
Christ,
pels
Sa
It
To
To
True
Bring
cold
men
man
death
courts
se’s lin eage
y
we
be
the Lord of
with glor ious
vior, King of
came,
show
Beth
Man,
us
of
a
ger
He
of
win
Sa
found
saves
Hea
a
God’s
le
yet
at
ter,
vior,
Him,
us,
ven,
Is 11:1-10, Mt 1:20-21, Heb 2:14-15, Lk 2:1-18
bloom
told
sto
ten
Ma
com
hold
glor
splen
glo
flow’r
love
hem
ve
length
When
When
As
And
And
ing,
it,
y
dor
ry,
ing
it,
ry
der
ry,
from
the
pro
with
who
as
the
was
the
who
et
a
they
ry
we
ten
Rose
claimed
sweet
felt
men of
vir gin
born on
dark ness
dost our
bright,
right,
sped
God,
pray,
half
half
an
light
to
der
I
by
ness
our
spent
spent
gel
ens
the
stem
have
an
fills
hu
hath
in
gels
the
man
old
mo
earth
ev
weak
a
she
and
from
to
was
was
her
ev
end
have
ther
this
ery
ness
mid
bore
in
sin
the
the
the
alds
’ry
less
sprung!
mind;
bright,
air,
woe,
sung.
kind.
night.
where;
know;
the
to
the
and
bright
night.
night.
said.
load.
day!
7676676
Now Praise We Christ, the Holy One
CHRISTMAS
64
(also known as Jesus We Now Must Laud and Sing or From East to West)
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.
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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
th’Al
be
ther
Ho
things
might
came
bare
ly
did
y
th’a
a
One,
make,
Lord,
bode
Son,
The
A
On
And
For
spot
ser
the
tem
so
less
vant’s
chaste
ple
did
vir
gin
form vouch
mo ther
of
the
Ga briel’s
Ma
safed
was
liv
pro
ry’s
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
éd
man
and
not
and
sun
kind
un
man,
leapt
doth
might
de
was
with
shine E’en
win, And
filed
In
blest With
joy,
Ere
to
save
won
God’s
yet
the world’s 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 time’s abyss be lost.
Lk 1:26-31, 2:7-11, Ps 95:1-6, Phil 2:5-7
8888
O Come, All Ye Faithful
65
CHRISTMAS
Words: John F. Wade, circa 1743. v.1-3, 6 Translated by Frederick Oakeley, 1841;
v. 4, 5 Translated by William T. Brooke (1848-1917).
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.
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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
hold
Fa
God,
thi
Christ
dore Him, O
Him,
ther,
ther
Child
come
shuns
cit
i
flocks,
in
born
be
glo
bend
bring
come, let us a
ye, to
not the
zens of
draw
cense,
the
got
ry
our
our
King
ten,
in
joy
hearts’
of
not
the
ful
ob
dore Him, O
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 2:15-16
Beth
Vir
heav’n
nigh
gold,
an
cre
high
foot
la
le
gin’s
a
to
and
a
come, let us a
gels;
ted;
est;
steps;
tions.
hem.
womb;
bove!
gaze;
myrrh;
O
Come
Son
Glo
We
We
come,
dore Him,
let
Christ
and
of
ry
too
to
be
the
to
will
the
us
a
the
Lord.
8.Adeste, fideles, laeti triumphantes;
Venite, venite in Bethlehem.
Natum videte Regem angelorum.
Venite adoremus, venite adoremus,
Venite adoremus, Dominum.
Irregular
O Little Town of Bethlehem
CHRISTMAS
66
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.
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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 èd
us,
we
lie!
bove,
giv’n;
Child,
pray;
4
4
A
While
So
Where
Cast
bove
mor
God
mi
out
Yet
O
No
Where
We
in
morn
ear
char
hear
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
Mic 5:2, Lk 2:4-16
thy
tals
im
ser
our
thy
ing
may
it
the
deep and
sleep, the
parts to
y
cries
sin,
and
dark streets
stars
to
hear
His
y
stands
Christ mas
dream less sleep the
an
gels keep their
hu
man hearts the
out
to Thee, Son
en
ter
in,
be
shin
ge
com
watch
an
all
God
ceive
glo
bide
the
the
Him
ry
with
eth
ther,
ing,
ing
gels
years
King,
still,
breaks,
us,
the
pro
but
and
the
are
and
the
and
our
si
lent
watch of
bless ings
of
the
born in
stars go
won d’ring
of
His
mo ther
us
to
ev
er
last
claim the
ho
in
this world
faith holds wide
great glad
tid
met
in
peace to
dear Christ
Christ mas
Lord Em
ing
ly
of
the
ings
thee
to
men
on
en
ters
comes once
man
u
by.
love.
Heav’n.
mild;
day.
Light;
birth,
sin,
door,
tell;
night.
earth!
in.
more.
el!
86867686
See Amid the Winter’s Snow
67
CHRISTMAS
Words: Edward Caswall, 1851. Music: ’Humility’ John Goss, 1870.
Setting: "The Children’s Hymnal, with Tunes", 1875.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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
ter’s
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
star
news
won
love
be
ry
to
drous
was
low,
skies;
day.
light;
Thine,
4
4
See,
He
Why
An
Thus
the
gen
tle
Who, thronèd in
have you
now
gels sing
ing
to
come from
Hail
that ev
Sing through all
er
Jer
Lamb
height
left
’Peace
high
bles
u
sèd
ap
sub
your
on
est
pears,
lime,
sheep
earth’
bliss
morn,
sa lem:
Pro mised from e
Sits
a
mid the
On
the lone ly
Told us
of the
Down to
such a
Hail
re demp tion’s
Christ
is born
ter
cher
moun
Sa
world
hap
in
nal
u
tain
vior’s
as
py
Beth
years.
bim.
steep?
birth."
this.
dawn,
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 2:1-20, Jn 1:29, Phil 2:3-8
77777777
Silent Night
CHRISTMAS
68
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 Kinderchöre", 1908.
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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
love’s
lend
is
the
pure
thy
bright
sight;
light;
light;
so
sing
re
ia
ten der and
Al
le lu
deem
ing
to
our
3
4
Round yon vir
Glo
ries stream
Ra
diant beams
With
the
an
mild,
ia!
grace,
King;
Lk 2:8-9, Col 1:12-13
gin
from
from
gels
Sleep in hea
Christ the Sa
Je
sus, Lord,
Christ the Sa
mo ther and
hea ven a
Thy ho ly
let
us
ven
vior
at
vior
ly
is
Thy
is
Child.
far,
face
sing,
peace,
born,
birth,
born,
Ho
ly
In fant,
Heaven ly hosts
With
the dawn of
Al
le
lu
Sleep
Christ
Je
Christ
in
the
sus,
the
hea
Sa
Lord,
Sa
ven
vior
at
vior
ly
is
Thy
is
peace.
born!
birth.
born!
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Sing, O Sing, This Blessed Morn
69
CHRISTMAS
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.
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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;
comes
us
and
ness
and
down
by
God
of
Man
4
4
Un
to
us
a
Now de scends from
Join ing
in
a
He
on
A
dam’s
Right eous ness looks
Sing,
O
sing,
this
Son
is
giv’n,
Heav’n to
Earth,
won drous plan
fall
en
race
down from Heav’n,
bless
ed
morn,
God
To
Heav’n
Sheds
God
Je
Him self
re
store
to earth
the full
is pleased
sus
Christ
to
day
from
His
to
His
for
Heav’n.
birth;
Man;
Grace;
giv’n;
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 Christ’s abode, the Godhead’s 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 to-day 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 1:1-3, 1:14-17, 8:12, Heb 1:8-12, Lk 15:20, Col 2:9-10
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The First Noel
CHRISTMAS
70
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.
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3
4
1. The
2. They
3. And
4. This
5. Then
first
look
by
star
did
No
èd
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
they
earth
King
did
it
tend ing their
gave
great
their
in
stop
and
for
to
shep herds
east,
came
hem
house
3
4
in
be
from
it
the
fields
yond
coun
took
King
On
a
And
And to
Right
And
No
Lk 2:8-9
el,
as
cold
so
fol
ov
found
No
they
them
try
its
did
lay;
far;
far;
rest;
lie;
win
it
low
er
el,
In
And
To
And
One
ter’s
con
the
the
the
No
fields
to
seek
there
en
night
tin
star
place
Babe
el,
No
where
the
for a
it
tered
ued
el,
that
both
wher
where
in
lay
it
was
both
them
was
day
ev
Je
pov
Born is the
so
and
it
sus
er
er
King
of
Is
sheep,
light,
tent,
stay,
see,
deep.
night.
went.
lay.
ty.
ra
el.
Irregular
To Shepherds As They Watched By Night
71
CHRISTMAS
Words: Martin Luther, 1543. translated by Richard Massie, 1854.
Music: ’Vom Himmel Hoch’ traditional German from Schumann’s 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.
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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
vid’s
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 th’e
Bro ther
ut most
man
va
ter
ye
pow’rs
ger
tion
nal
are
de
laid.
bring.
God.
safe.
fy.
6. Ye shall and must at last prevail;
God’s own ye are, ye cannot fail.
To God forever sing your praise
With joy and patience all your days.
Is 9:2, Lk 2:8-15, Mic 5:2, 1Cor 15:55-57
8888
Twas In The Moon of Wintertime
CHRISTMAS
72
(also known as Huron Carol or Jesus He Is Born)
Words: Jean de BrW
! "
Music: ’Huron Carol’ or ’Jesous Ahatonia’ or ’Une Jeunne Pucelle’ traditional French, 1557.
Setting: John Murphy, 2008.
copyright: Music & Lyrics public domain. Setting: CPDL (see
http://www2.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/ChoralWiki:CPDL).
This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. ’Twas
2. With
3. The
4. Oh
in
the moon
in
a
lodge
ear liest moon
child ren
of
of
of
of
the
win
bro
win
for
ter
ken
ter
est
time,
bark
time
free,
When
The
Is
Oh
all
ten
not
sons
the birds
der babe
so round
of Man
had
was
and
i
fled,
found,
fair
tou,
4
4
That might y
A
rag
ged
As
was the
The
ho
ly
Be
But
The
Come
fore
as
chiefs
kneel
Je sus your
Git
robe
ring
Child
their
the
from
be
light
hun
far
fore
chi
of
of
of
Man
rab
glor
earth
i
bit
y
and
the stars grew dim,
ter braves drew nigh,
be fore Him knelt
the rad iant Boy,
King is born,
Je
sus is
tou
skin
on
Heav’n
Sent an
gel choirs
En wrapped His beau
The help
less
In
Is
born
to
day
And wan d’ring hun
The an
gel song
With gifts
of
fox
Who brings you beau
born,
In
ex
ters
rang
and
ty,
heard
loud
bea
peace
cel sis glo ri
in
ty
fant
for
the
and
ver
and
stead;
’round;
there.
you.
hymn:
high:
pelt.
joy.
a.
This hymn was written by Fr. Jean de BrT#$%&' ( )*$+,- ./00/1+(*2 31 3-$ 4%*1+ 5&/*03 +(3/1+0 6 +(3/7$ 8.$*/,(+9 :$1:;$< 4$
was eventually martyred for the faith by Iroquois during the Iroquois-Huron wars.
"When the Japanese have a Christmas devotional booklet, Mary is a Japanese woman, and her Child is a Japanese boy. With
that, they are confessing that He was born for them too. For that was the message of the angel, that He was born to be the
Savior for all people, and all people means one of us ... and so whether it is in Papau New Guinea or Japan or among the
Eskimos, when they think of the birth of the Savior they see Him as born one of them." - Dr. Norman Nagel, 22 Dec 2005
Lk 2:7-14, Mt 2:11, Acts 2:38-39, 1Pt 5:6-7
868688647
What Child Is This?
73
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.
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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 ry’s 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
This,
Nails,
Raise,
this
spear
raise
Haste,
Hail,
Joy,
haste,
hail
joy
is
shall
a
with
for
sal
an thems sweet, While
sin ners here
The
va tion brings, Let
Christ the King, Whom
pierce Him through, The
song
on
high,
The
to
the
for
Lk 2:7, Mt 2:1-11, Phil 2:5-8, Is 53:1-6
bring Him laud,
Word made flesh,
Christ
is born,
The
The
The
shep
cross
vir
shep
si
lov
herds watch
lent Word
ing hearts
herds guard
be borne
gin sings
Babe,
Babe,
Babe,
the Son
the Son
the Son
are
is
en
and
for
her
an
me,
lul
of
of
of
keep ing?
plead ing.
throne Him.
gels sing;
for you.
la by.
Ma
Ma
Ma
ry.
ry.
ry.
87876867
As With Gladness Men of Old
EPIPHANY
74
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
heav’n
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,
So,
So
All
Where
There
glor ious
we with
cost liest
need no
ev
er
most
may
our
they
for
they
the
with
ly
its
hailed
knee
ho
things
Joy,
Lord,
will
treas
star
may
Mt 2:1-12, Num 7:89, Mt 7:13-14, Rev 21:23-27
its light
be
fore
ly
joy,
are past,
its Crown,
may
ing
ures
to
we
we
feet
bring,
guide,
sing
Lead
Him
Pure
Bring
Thou
ing
on
ward,
whom Heav’n and
and
free
from
our
ran somed
its
Sun which
Ev
Ev
Christ,
Where
Al
er more be
er seek Thy
to Thee, our
no clouds Thy
le
lu
ias
beam ing bright
earth a
dore;
sin’s al
loy,
souls at
last
goes not down;
led
mer
heav’n
glo
to
to
cy
ly
ry
our
Thee.
seat.
King.
hide.
King!
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In His Temple Now Behold Him
75
EPIPHANY
Words: verses 1-3, 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
has
in
us
the
now
faith
with
world
ex
be
for
less
pect
hold
us
love
ed
Him
en
our
Lord;
lie,
dure,
theme!
6
8
An
While
Make
Je
cient pro phets
his
a
gèd
us
see our
sus, praise to
Now to praise Him,
Ha
lle lu
jah!
us
And pre sent
With the Fa
ther
Lk 2:22-38
had
saints
great
Thee
fore
a
sal
be
told
dore
va
gi
His re deem èd
Ha lle lu
jah!
in Thy glo
ry
and the Spir it,
Him;
Him
tion,
ven
God
Ere
Seal
By
Shall break forth
Lo, th’in car
To
Thy Fa
Lord of
ma
with
nate
ther,
jes
ful
and
Thy
Thou
one
God
cleansed
ty
filled His word.
hope they die.
pro mise sure.
didst re
deem.
ac
most
and
su
cord.
high.
pure.
preme!
878787
O Chief of Cities Bethlehem
EPIPHANY
76
Words: Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413). 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
vid’s
you
be
in
ther,
3
4
crown
stands
fore
cense
Spi
Da
con
gifts
sign,
glo
the
a
Him,
to
rit,
vid’s
scious
un
with
ry
Mt 2:1-11, Mic 5:2-4
fair
won
and
God
One
name,
skies
fold
myrrh,
giv’n
In
That
Of
They
By
est
drous
with
they
in
you,
here,
in
sha
saints
gem,
light
prayer
bring,
Three:
as
in
cense,
dow
on
But
Pro
Their
And
To
man,
flesh,
myrrh,
forth
earth
more
claim
trea
last,
You,
the
the
and
His
and
to
ing
sured
pro
O
Sa
God
ro
se
saints
us
from
east
phe
God,
vior
head
yal
pul
in
than
the
ern
tic
be
came.
lies.
gold.
cher.
Heav’n.
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Songs of Thankfulness and Praise
77
EPIPHANY
Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1862.
Music: ’St. George‘s 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
fest
at
fest
in
moon shall
grace to
ness and
Jor dan’s
mak ing
dark ened
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 heav’ns shall
Thy ho
ly
raise,
preme;
soul;
flee,
Word;
4
4
Man
And
Man
Christ
May
Branch
Man
Man
All
That
An
An
An
Thou
And
i
at
i
will
we
of
i
i
will
we
thems
thems
thems
by
may
fest
Ca
fest
then
im
ed
by
na, wedd
in
val
like light
i
tate
ro
fest
fest
then
like
the
ing
iant
ning
Thee
star
guest,
fight,
shine,
now,
yal Da vid’s
in pow’r di
in grac ious
the trum pet
to Thee may
be
to
be
to
be
to
all
wilt
praise Thee,
Thee
Thee
Thee
be
ev
stem
vine,
will,
hear;
be
add
add
add
con
er
To
the
In
Thy
Quell ing
All will
And be
sa
ges from a
God head man
i
all
the
de
vil’s
see His glor ious
pure, as
pure art
In
Thy
Chang ing
Ev
er
All
will
At
Thy
ressed,
ressed,
ressed,
fessed,
blest,
God
God
God
God
God
in
in
in
in
in
birth at Beth le
wa
ter
in
to
bring ing good from
see the Judge ap
great E
pi
pha
man
man
man
man
man
made
made
made
made
made
Ps 95:2, Is 61:1-3, 1Pt 1:20, Mk 1:7-11, Lk 3:15-22, Jn 2:1-11, Mt 11:4-5, Lk 7:18-22, Rev 19:1-16
man
man
man
man
man
i
i
i
i
i
far;
fest;
might;
sign:
Thou;
hem;
wine;
ill;
pear;
ny;
fest.
fest.
fest.
fest.
fest.
77777777
The People That in Darkness Sat
EPIPHANY
78
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
gath’r
break
us
Ev
rious
ing
the
a
er
long
bear
fell
rests
lor.
In
Their
Be
All
The
4
4
light
na
tyr
Son
last
shades
har
fore
pow’r
God
have
tions
ant’s
is
ing
of
vest
the
in
by
seen;
come;
rod
giv’n,
Lord,
death
trea
sword
earth
all
The
They
As
And
The
have
sures
of
and
a
been.
home.
God.
heav’n.
dored.
6. His righteous government and power
Shall over all extend;
On judgment and on justice based,
His reign shall have no end.
Mt 4:12-17, Is 9:2-7, Mal 4:1-6
light
joy
in
on
Won
has
as
the
His
der
In
Their
Be
All
The
shined on
when
the
day
when
shoul
der
ful,
the
shades
har
fore
pow’r
God
them
reap
Mid
ev
Coun
of
vest
the
in
by
death
trea
sword
earth
all
who
ers
ian
er
se
have
sures
of
and
a
been.
home.
God.
heav’n.
dored.
7. Lord Jesus, reign in us, we pray,
And make us Thine alone,
Who with the Father ever art
And Holy Spirit, one.
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The Star Proclaims the King is Here
79
EPIPHANY
(also known as Herod Why Dreadest thou a Foe? or How Vain the Cruel Herod’s Fear or
When Christ’s 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 Klug’s 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
wi
in
Ca
glo
pro
ser
the
na
ry,
claims
Ma
Jor
first
Je
the
gi
dan’s
His
sus,
King is
see from
crys tal
pow’r is
be
to
here;
far
flood
shown;
Thee
But,
And
In
His
For
Her
fol
meek
might
this
Who
And
Man
Flow
And
gives
by
kind
wine,
Ho
the
their
from
o
ly
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
Mt 2:1-18, Eph 1:9, Jn 18:36-37, Jn 1:29
of earth a
to light they
ti
fies the
He speaks the
ther we
a
way
press
wave,
word,
dore
realms
gifts
sin
be
Ghost
of heav’n ly
their God
con
to cleanse and
dient to
their
for
ev
er
day.
fess.
save.
Lord.
more.
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To Jordan Came Our Lord, The Christ
EPIPHANY
80
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.
= 120
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 God’s 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 dan’s
ly
Ho
lost in
con
wa
welltruth
lieves
of
the
very
pre
he
se
ter
be
be
and
by
Christ
banks
Ghost
sin
crate
use,
lo
not
is
Saint
ian
was
from
they
a
the
ved
de
bap
death By
Word And
one Whom
side,
At
dies,
E
John
bap
should be
plain
ly
Hea
ven’s
must
re
bath
Lord
Son,
nied,
tized,
His
Spi
He
bap
ter
tized, All
lieve Who
heard The
gate
In
pent; And
To
De
In
Nor
Ob
wash
clar
whom
should
tains
a
eth
My
our
a
way
it
soul
faith
might
own
rit
Him
tism’s
nal
blood
with
self
ho
life
and
out
in
ly
pos
pas
mea
vi
la
ses
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.
Mt 3:13-17, Mk 1:7-11, Lk 3:15-22, Acts 2:38
right
er
Fa
dove
flee
trans
His
de
e’er
y
eous
ror
ther’s
like
from
gres
plea
light
wa
bless
sion;
sure;
teth,
ver,
sing,
ness
shuns
voice
shape
con
ful
and
from
de
dem
sion,
sure;
eth;
ver,
ing;
He
He
Hear
And
A
fill
schi
Hea
scen
na
ing;
sm:
ven:
deth;
tion:
And quench the
Not sim
ple
Hear Him." Yea,
That the
Three
A
new born
would a
is
the
and
o
dwell with
joy ful
new
true
bey
the
heir
life
Bap
His
be
of
There
That
"This
That
He
bit
wa
hear
Per
man,
give
ti
teach
lie
Hea
did He
we should
is
My
thus the
that be
ter
ter,
Him
sons
no
ness
but
e
all
more
us.
zer.
ing.
ver.
ven.
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.
878787877
Within the Father’s House
81
EPIPHANY
Words: James Russell Woodford, 1863.
Music: ’Franconia’ Johann Balthasar König, 1738. Setting: William Henry Havergal, 1847.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
= 120
4
4
1. With
2. The
3. Yet
4. The
5. Lord,
in
doc
not
se
vis
the
tors
to
cret
it
Fa
ther’s
of
the
them
is
of
the
Thou our
His
vel
the
ful
re
tem ple
at
His
flesh ly
pon d’ring
veal ing
house
law
giv’n
Lord
souls,
The
Gaze
The
Es
And
Son hath
on
the
might y
capes each
teach us
found His
won drous
truth
to
hu
man
by
Thy
home;
child,
know,
eye,
grace
4
4
And
And
To
And
Each
to
mar
lift
faith
dim
6. Till from our darkened sight
The cloud shall pass away,
And on the cleansèd soul shall burst
The everlasting day.
Lk 2:41-51, Mal 3:1, Jn 2:17, 1Tim 3:16, 1Cor 2:9
sud
gra
veil
hearts
of
den
cious
which
a
Thy
ly
words
hides
wait
self
The
Of
In
The
With
Lord of
wis dom
car nate
full
e
lo
ving
Life
un
God
pi
awe
hath
de
be
pha
to
come.
filed.
low.
ny.
trace;
7. Till we behold Thy face,
And know, as we are known,
Thee, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
Co-equal Three in One.
6686
Author of All Life
LIFE
82
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.
= 160
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
Life Cre
Life Cre
Life Cre
Teach us now
Teach us Lord
Let us sing
dead ness,
wise, or
Way to
a
a
a
tor,
tor,
tor,
to
to
of
heal our weak
not my col
see the Fa
life Re deem
life Re deem
life Re deem
love each
see Your
Your a
o
I
tone
Gen 2:7, Rom 8:9-10, Lk 10:25-37, Eph 4:17-24, 1Cor 10:24,
Mal 4:2, Jn 17:3, Jn 14:6, Lam 3:1, Rom 10:14-15, Acts 26:29
ness, crush our
or,
Pal sied
ther, He the
er,
er,
er,
ther,
mage,
ment,
life Im
life Im
life Im
e
vil
limbs, or
One who
par
par
par
ter,
ter,
ter,
Teach us Lord
Teach us now
Let all peo
to
to
ple
thoughts so vain.
not
yet born.
felt
the rod.
Source of Truth,
Three in One,
Life
con ferred!
love like
see the
hear Your
You.
Son.
Word!
87878787
O Wondrous Type, O Vision Fair
83
TRANSFIGURATION
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.
= 140
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
Church
sci
es
fest
mys
may
ples
of
to
te
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
up
ses
ther’s
ry
in
on
and
voice
shall
joy
the
El
from
be
ful
3
4
that
three
wit
man
vi
moun
i
out
theirs
strains
the
di
ness
i
sion’s
tain
jah
the
a
we
shows, where
meet, The
cloud pro
bove who
raise
the
share,
there,
grace;
day
ry;
bright
Lord
claims
joy
voice
er
holds
His
in
of
Which
Where
The
What
For
than
con
on
God
prayer,
Christ
Mo
Fa
glo
which
the
verse
ly
with
the
sun
high
Son
per
hymn
He
and
a
fect
of
glows!
sweet.
loud.
love.
praise.
6. O Father, with th’Eternal Son,
and Holy Spirit, ever One,
Vouchsafe to bring us by Thy grace
to see Thy glory face to face.
Mk 9:2-13, Mt 17:1-13, Lk 9:28-36
8888
Tis Good, Lord, To Be Here
TRANSFIGURATION
84
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
4
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;
rowed
of
tion
our
the
light.
old.
see.
home.
plain.
2
4
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
Mk 9:2-13, Mt 17:1-13, Lk 9:28-36, Rev 1:16, 21:22-27
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
gers
demp
hill
to
6686
A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth
85
LENT
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translation composite.
Music: ’An Wasserflüssen Babylon’ Wolfgang Dachstein, 1525. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
= 120
4
4
1. A
Lamb goes
2. This Lamb is
3. "Yea, Fa ther,
4. Thou lay’st Him,
5. Lord, all
my
un
Christ,
yea,
Love,
life
com
the
most
u
I’ll
plain
soul’s
will
pon
cleave
ing
great
ing
the
to
forth,
Friend,
ly
cross,
Thee,
The
The
I’ll
With
Thy
guilt
Lamb
bear
nails
love
of
of
what
and
for
all
God,
Thou
spear
e’er
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 slay’st Him
er,
Thee ev
Goes
"Go
O
From
Yea,
pa
forth,
won
bo
Thou
out
fear
up
fi
death’s
com
of
His
cial
dark
tient
My
drous
dy
shalt
plaint,
death,
Son!
blood
night.
Is 53:1-12, Ex 12:5, Jn 1:29
with the
Fa
ther
forms to
as
a
as
Thou
on,
Son,"
Love,
’tis
be
sins
chose
Thy
lamb,
ev
grow
the
what
the
my
That
From
The
From
And
of
to
de
His
er
earth,
send
cree,
loss
me,
weak
Fa
hast
crim
Bea
spot
guilt
Son,
soul,
cheer
and
ther
Thou
son
con
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
faint,
saith,
done!
flood
light,
slaugh
free
Fa
pre
guide
ter
men
ther
cious
me
less life
to
and con
dem
de
con tent,
the strength of
my heart
in
To
"And
The
Of
To
o
na
scend
an
sor
ffer;
tion.
eth!
guish:
row;
shar
fa
man
ooz
fold
led
from
o
sac
safe
Bears
The
O
My
Hence
ing!
vor.
dest."
ing;
ing.
with
the
ffers
ri
through
shame
wrath
Love,
gain
forth
and
and
how
it
my
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LENT
85(2)
stripes,
stripes
strong
is;
self
and
are
Thou
sweet
and
y,
men
in
love
I
and
shall
the
to
con
wounds
hard
art
Lamb
all
and
to
to
to
that’s
saith, "Will
share The
grave Whose
me
For
sign, From
death,
bear,
save!
Thee
mine
ing
fruit
word
me
whom
all
of
the
doth
all
An
But
Thou
What
To
this
I
Thy sal
moun tains
make Thee
things I
guish and
by
Thy
bed dest
can
I
Thee, my
suf
va
ren
lan
bor
6. From morn till eve my theme shall be
Thy mercy’s 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.
I’ll treasure in my memory,
O Lord, all Thou hast done for me,
Thy gracious love adoring.
8. This treasure ever I’ll 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.
7. Enlarge, my heart’s 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!
I’ve found a better jewel.
My priceless treasure, Lord my God,
Is Thy most holy, precious blood,
Which flowed from wounds so cruel.
9. Of death I am no more afraid,
New life from Thee is flowing;
Thy cross affords me cooling shade
When noonday’s 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 trouble’s surging billows.
mock
Pa
Him
give,
Sa
er
ssion
with
whose
vior,
fer."
tion."
deth.
guish?
row.
10. And when Thy glory I shall see
And taste Thy kingdom’s pleasure,
Thy blood my royal robe shall be,
My joy beyond all measure.
When I appear before Thy throne,
Thy righteousness shall be my crownWith 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 53:1-12, Ex 12:5, Jn 1:29
8787887887
Jesus Grant That Balm and Healing
86
LENT
Words: Johann Heermann, 1644. Translation composite.
Music: ’Der Am Kreuz’ Johann Balthasar König, 1738. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 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,
hour
think
mirth
faint,
death
that
up
and
Thy
has
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 I’m
Know ing
Should
Or
Thou
Yea,
Sa
Show
Say
Ba
For
When
some
should
didst
Thy
vior,
e
vil
Sa
tan
ry
car
com fort
let Thine
the per
il,
ing, "Christ for
nish ing each
Thy all
a
I
die,
be
I
on
lur
cross
lost
am
Thy
ing
re
his
thought
press
and
ren
a
and
me
wild
ton
my
feel ing,
Pas sion,
vic
es,
vives me,
po
wer
with in
me hard,
en
dure
ders sweet
gon
y
from sin ning
was wound ed,"
e
mo tion,
ing Pas sion
Pro tec tion,
Pains of
bo
dy
And the breach is
Let
me think up
Grant ing
new life
Since Thou trodd’st him
Tempt my
Let
me
That
I
Ev
ery
Ev
er
Keep
That
Calm
Has
Light
me
the
and
pro
and
ere
temp
blest
cured
Life
treach erous
then be
flee
all
bit
ter
help and
its
ter
in
my
and
first
flee
my
soul’s
Re
and
of
mind.
soon made good.
on
the
load
to
my soul.
in
the dust.
heart
on
thoughts
cup
com
be
con
de
sal
sur
gin
found
vo
va
rec
to
my
im
I
fort
sin,
guard,
pure,
meet;
me;
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 soul’s salvation
1Pt 2:24, Is 53:4-5, 1Cor 10:13, 2Cor 1:3-7, Mk 1:34
87877788
Lord Who Throughout These Forty Days
LENT
87
(also known as O Lord, Throughout These Forty Days)
Words: Claudia F. Hernaman, 1873. Music: ’St. Flavian’ Day’s 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
f’ring
fast and
vic t’ry
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
Mt 4:1-2, Lk 4:1-13, Lv 9:23
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.
8686
Savior When In Dust To Thee
88
LENT
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.
= 100
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
fant
that
de
ing
Thee
years,
wept
spair,
groan,
Low
By
O’er
By
By
we
Thy
the
Thine
the
bow th’a
life
of
grave where
a
go
sad sep
dor
want
La
ny
ul
ing
and
z’rus
of
chral
knee,
tears,
slept,
prayer,
stone,
lift
sa
Sa
spear,
vain
weep ing
eyes,
wild er
ness,
loved a
bode,
tor turing scorn,
ri
sing God,
4
4
When,
By
By
By
By
re
Thy
the
the
the
pent
ant,
days
of
ing
bod
cross, the
vault whose
O
by
all
the
By the dread mys
By the
an guished
By the gloom that
O from earth
to
Bend
Turn,
From
Lis
Lis
ing
O
Thy
ten
ten,
from Thy
turn a
seat a
to
our
lis
ten
to
sore
tears
nail,
dark
the
dis
that
the
a
and
ious
that
the
re
woes
hour
told
skies
stored,
pains
ter
sigh
veiled
heaven
throne
fav’r
bove
hum
to
on high,
ing eye,
the sky,
ble cry,
the sigh
Ps 39:12, Ez 18:30-32, Lk 18:13, Ps 86:3, Job 42:6
skies
tress
flowed
thorn,
bode
Scarce
In
O
Pier
Held
we
the
ver
cing
in
Suff ered once for
Of
th’in sult ing
Treach er
y
lurked
O’er the dread ful
Might y,
re
as
Hear
Hear
Hear
Hear
Of
our
our
our
our
our
pen
pen
pen
pen
pen
i
i
i
i
i
our
vage
lem’s
and
the
man
temp
with
sac
cend
ten
ten
ten
ten
ten
be
ter’s
in Thy
ri
ed
low,
pow’r,
fold,
fice,
Lord,
tial
tial
tial
tial
tial
cry!
cry!
cry!
cry!
cry!
77777777
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
LENT
89
Words: Isaac Watts, 1707.
Music: ’Duke Street’ John Hatton, 1793. Setting: "Finest of the Wheat No. 3" Hymnal, 1904.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 130
4
4
1. When
2. For
3. See
4. His
5. Were
I
sur
bid
it,
from His
dy
ing
the whole
vey
Lord,
head,
crim
realm
the
that
His
son,
of
won
I
hands,
like
na
drous
should
His
a
ture
Glo
Christ
min
on
far
ry
my
gled
the
too
cross
boast,
feet,
robe,
mine,
4
4
On
Save
Sor
Spreads
That
which
in
row
o’er
were
My
All
Did
Then
Love
rich
the
e’er
I
so
And
I
Or
And
De
pour
sac
thorns
all
mands
Gal 6:14, Rom 7:24
the
the
and
His
a
est
vain
such
am
a
con
ri
com
the
my
Prince
death
love
bo
pre
gain
things
love
dead
ma
tempt
fice
pose
globe
soul,
of
of
flow
dy
sent
I
that
and
to
zing,
count
charm
sor
all
so
on
them
so
is
my
all
to
rich
dead
life,
but
me
row
the
di
my
His
a
to
my
died,
God!
down!
tree;
small;
loss,
most,
meet,
globe,
vine,
pride.
blood.
crown?
me.
all.
8888
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
90
LENT
Words: Isaac Watts, 1707.
Music: ’Hamburg’, Lowell Mason, 1824. Setting: "Northfield Hymnal", 1904.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 130
4
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
won
I
hands,
like
na
drous
should
His
a
ture
cross
boast,
feet,
robe,
mine,
4
4
On
Save
Sor
Spreads
That
which
in
row
o’er
were
My
All
Did
Then
Love
rich
the
e’er
I
so
est
vain
such
am
a
gain
things
love
dead
ma
And
I
Or
And
De
pour
sac
thorns
all
mands
con
ri
com
the
my
tempt
fice
pose
globe
soul,
Gal 6:14, Rom 7:24
the
the
and
His
a
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;
I
that
and
to
zing,
count
charm
sor
all
so
but
me
row
the
di
loss,
most,
meet,
globe,
vine,
all
to
rich
dead
life,
my
His
a
to
my
pride.
blood.
crown?
me.
all.
on
them
so
is
my
8888
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
LENT
91
Words: Isaac Watts, 1707.
Music: ’O Waly Waly’ or ’The Water Is Wide’, traditional English. Setting: Tobin Strong, 2013.
copyright: public domain. All portions of the setting that were not already public domain were
released to the public domain by the arranger on 08 January 2014.
All other rights reserved. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 130
4
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 won drous
that I
should
His hands, His
son, like
a
of
na
ture
cross
boast,
feet,
robe,
mine,
On
Save
Sor
Spreads
That
which
in
row
o’er
were
the
the
and
His
a
4
4
4
4
Prince
death
love
bo
pre
loss,
most,
meet,
globe,
vine,
Gal 6:14, Rom 7:24
of Glo
of Christ
flow min
dy
on
sent far
ry
my
gled
the
too
died,
God!
down!
tree;
small;
And pour con
I
sac
ri
Or thorns com
And all
the
De mands my
My
All
Did
Then
Love
tempt
fice
pose
globe
soul,
rich
the
e’er
I
so
est
vain
such
am
a
gain
things
love
dead
ma
on
all
them to
so
rich
is
dead
my life,
I
count but
that charm me
and sor row
to
all
the
zing, so
di
my
His
a
to
my
pride.
blood.
crown?
me.
all.
8888
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
92
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.
= 130
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,
My
All
Did
Then
Love
rich
the
e’er
I
so
On
Save
Sor
Spreads
That
which
in
row
o’er
were
the
the
and
His
a
3
4
Prince
death
love
bo
pre
count
charm
sor
all
so
Gal 6:14, Rom 7:24
of
of
flow
dy
sent
but
me
row
the
di
glo
Christ
min
on
far
loss,
most,
meet,
globe,
vine,
And
I
Or
And
De
ry
my
gled
the
too
died,
God!
down!
tree;
small;
pour
sac
thorns
all
mands
con
ri
com
the
my
tempt
fice
pose
globe
soul,
on
them
so
is
my
est
vain
such
am
a
all
to
rich
dead
life,
gain
things
love
dead
maz
my
His
a
to
my
I
that
and
to
ing,
pride.
blood.
crown?
me.
all.
8888
All Glory, Laud, and Honor
PALM SUNDAY
93
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.
= 140
Refrain
4
4
All
glo
ry,
laud
and
Whom
the
lips
of
hon
or,
To
Thee,
Re
deem
child
ren
Made
sweet
ho
san
er,
King,
4
4
To
nas
ring.
yal
on
Thee
of
we
Son,
High,
went;
praise;
bring,
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 vid’s ro
prais ing Thee
palms be
fore
sang their hymns
cept the prayers
To Refrain
Who
And
Our
To
Who
in
mor
prayer
Thee,
in
the Lord’s Name
tal
men and
and praise and
now high
ex
all good de
Mt 21:9, Ps 148, 1Tim 1:17, Rev 4:8-11
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.
76767676
Hosanna, Loud Hosanna
94
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
To
The
O
Je
sus,
Lord of
may we
The
Nor
And
child ren
scorned that
in
His
Mt 21:15, Jn 12:12-13
court and
palm branch
our
Re
Who
men
ev
had
and
er
sang their
lit
tle
bliss ful
tem
wa
dee
ple the
ving, and
mer, the
blessed
an
praise
them close
gels rode
Him with
prais
child
pre
es,
the
ren should
sence e
love
chant
Lord
ly
ing
of
fold ed
on
in
heart and
simp
on
ter
lest
His
nal
an
them
clear and
heav’n our
rang.
loud.
King.
to
low
life
His
ly
and
breast,
state,
voice,
and
bid
ly
the
ding
re
best.
wait.
joice!
76767676
Go To Dark Gethsemane
GOOD THURSDAY
95
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 v’ry’s 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
ter’s pow’r;
ar raigned;
His feet,
less clay;
4
4
Your Re deem er’s
O
the worm wood
a
Mark that mir
All
is
sol
i
con
and
cle
tude
Turn not
Shun not
"It
is
Christ is
griefs
a way;
shame, or loss;
hear Him cry;
meets our eyes;
from His
suf f’ring,
fin ished!"
ris’n! He
flict see,
the gall!
of
time,
and gloom.
watch
O
God’s
Who
learn
learn
learn
Sa
with Him one
the pangs His
own sac
ri
has
tak
en
from Je
sus
from Christ to
from Je
sus
vior, teach us
bit
soul
fice
Him
ter
sus
com
a
Christ to
bear the
Christ to
so
to
Mt 26:36-68, 27:31-56, 28:1-10, Mk 14:32-65, 15:20-39, Lk 22:39-46, 22:66-71, 23:26-49, 24:1-12, Jn 19:16-30, 20:1-18
hour,
tained!
plete.
way?
pray.
cross.
die.
rise.
777777
Over Kidron Jesus Treadeth
96
GOOD THURSDAY
(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 flow’rs,
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
ron’s
with
the
and
for
nar
strug
e
prec
us
row
gling
vil
ious
all;
strand,
breath,
pow’r,
dew,
4
4
Ev
Clouds
Three
A
In
ery
hu man
of gloom and
times on
His
gon ies
un
some bless ed
Round
But,
And
All
E
His
O
the
the
den’s
Spi
Je
cup
gar
gar
at
the
to
death’s
will,
but
an guished
blood, thus
rit
sus,
of
den
den
eye be
grief a
God He
told as
hour your
flock
black
doom
flow’rs
did
the
er
may
are
not
weep
bout
call
sail
blos
foes,
now
go,
wet
bear
Sav
ior sole ly,
ry por tals
drea
Thine, O Fa ther!"
frame dis till ingfree
ly giv en,
ing,
him
eth,
Him,
soms
Place
Bends
Still
With
Aught
While
For
And
World’s
Makes
the
the
the
re
my
Tears
When
Pray
On
’Neath
their
the
He
the
that
of
an
ing
His
the
shafts
cloud
cries,
drops
can
world
shame
an
demp
soul
for
and
gels
tion
the
bit
ex
that
soul
ol
and
a
in
of
with
ter
ile
the
the
ive
bend
bove
all
blood
you
grief let
from his
bit
ter
ar rows
sha dows
their
Thy
His
y
com
sakes Him
sin
of
round Him
thus ful
heir
of
bows,
brow,
woe:
sweat,
pare,
whol
mor
ga
fill
hea
fall!
land.
death
show’r;
grew!
Aim
Hast
"Not
From
For
ing
ing
My
His
the
ly.
tals.
ther.
ing!
ven.
6. When as flow’rs themselves I wither, When I droop and fade like grass,
When the life-streams 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 22:39-46, Mk 14:32-42, Mt 26:36-46, 2Sam 15:13-23
87877788
’Tis Midnight and On Olive’s Brow
GOOD THURSDAY
97
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
that
tles,
that
late
lone,
an
ly
with
gels
Ol
all
heav’n
ive’s
re
ly
brow
moved
plains
The
Im
Are
star is
man uel
borne the
4
4
dimmed
wres
songs
gar
whom
are
den
He
the
now
loved
strains
Mt 26:36-45, Lk 22:39-46, Mk 14:32-41
The
Heeds
That
shone;
fears;
know;
suff ’ring
not his
sweet ly
’Tis
E’en
Un
Sa
Mas
soothe
mid
the
heard
vior
ter’s
the
night,
dis
by
prays
grief
Sa
in
ci
mor
a
and
vior’s
the
ple
tals
lone.
tears.
woe.
8888
’Twas On That Dark, That Doleful Night
98
GOOD THURSDAY
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
pow’rs
took
ceive
bore
buy
of
the
and
the
the
4
4
earth
bread,
eat
scourge,
par
God’s
de
ac
tions
blessed the
on
His
big
gest
and
and
the
He
don
hell
blessed,
liv
felt
of
light,
ran!
wine;
head
size,
a
and
ing
the
our
And
What
"’Tis
Its
He
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."
rose
brake:
food:"
thorn;
guilt,
friends
won
the
hea
gave
be
drous
new
vy
His
A
What
Then
And
When,
trayed
words
cov
ven
soul
gainst
love
took
jus
for
Him
of
’nant
geance
a
the
through
the
tice
black
to
grace
in
in
sac
Son
all
cup,
poured
crimes
His
He
My
our
ri
of
His
and
up
of
foes:
spake!
blood."
stead.
fice.
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 11:23-26, Rom 3:23-25, Mt 26:26-28, Mk 14:22-25, Lk 22:14-20, 1Jn 4:10
8888
Jesus, In Thy Dying Woes
GOOD FRIDAY
99
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,
ho
ho
ho
Je
Je
Je
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,
ly
ly
ly
sus.
sus.
sus.
Part 2: "To day shalt thou
be with me in paradise." (Lk 23:43)
Part 3: "Woman, behold thy son!
Behold thy mother!" (Jn 19:26-27)
Part 4: "My God, my God, why hast
thou forsaken me?" (Mt 27:46)
4.Jesus, pitying the sighs
Of the thief, who near Thee dies,
Promising him paradise;
Hear us, holy Jesus.
7.Jesus, loving to the end
Her whose heart Thy sorrows rend,
And Thy dearest human friend:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
10.Jesus, whelmed in fears unknown,
With our evil left alone,
While no light from Heav’n is shown:
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.
8.May we in Thy sorrows share,
And for Thee all peril dare,
And enjoy Thy tender care:
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.
9.May we all Thy loved ones be,
All one holy family,
Loving for the love of Thee,
Hear us, holy Jesus.
Part 5: "I thirst." (Jn 19:28)
Part 6: "It is finished" (Jn 19:30)
Part 7: "Father, into thy hands
I commend my spirit" (Lk 23:46)
13.Jesus, in Thy thirst and pain,
While Thy wounds Thy lifeblood drain,
Thirsting more our love to gain:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
16.Jesus, all our ransom paid,
All Thy Father’s will obeyed,
All Thy suff’rings perfect made:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
19.Jesus, all Thy labor vast,
All Thy woe and conflict past,
Yielding up Thy soul at last:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
14.Thirst for us in mercy still;
All Thy holy work fulfill;
Satisfy Thy loving will:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
17.Save us in our soul’s distress,
Be our help to cheer and bless,
While we grow in holiness:
Hear us, holy Jesus.
20.When the death shades round us lower,
Guard us from the temper’s power,
Keep us in that trial hour:
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.
18.Brighten all our heavenward way,
With an ever holier ray,
Till we pass to perfect day:
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 19:26-27, Mt 27:46, Jn 19:28, Jn 19:30, Lk 23:46
11.When we vainly seem to pray,
and our hope seems 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.
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O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
100
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.
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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
O
Lo,
How
Grim
I
sac
red
here
I
art
thou
death, with
cast
me
sur
trans
shall
is
trans
round
gres
fear
ban
gres
Head, what
fall,
my
pale with
cru
el
down be
Ps 22:6-8, Is 53:4-5, Jn 10:14-15, 10:27-28, Heb 12:2
glo
Sa
an
ri
fore
ed
sion,
Thee
ished
sion
with
but
and
the
which
ry,
vior!
guish,
gor,
Thee,
what
’Tis
with
hath
wrath
thorns,
Thine
flee
splen
brought
bliss
I
sore
robbed
were
Thine on
the
dead
be
fore
dor
that
this
woe
ly
ly
Thy
was
on
till
now
de
serve
a
buse
Thee of
my right
was
Thy
and
Thy
ful
crown;
pain.
glance.
there.
Thee.
Thine!
place;
scorn!
life;
lot;
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GOOD FRIDAY
Yet,
Look
How
Thus
Have
though
on
doth
Thou
mer
100(2)
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 death’s cold, cruel grasp,
Then, in Thy deepest anguish, Thee in mine arms I’ll 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, I’d 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 22:6-8, Is 53:4-5, Jn 10:14-15, 10:27-28, Heb 12:2
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Stricken, Smitten, and Afflicted
101
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 Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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.
soul, ’tis
He, ’tis
sul
ting
his
dis
guilt may
est
i
Name of
which we
He!
tress:
mate.
boast.
6
4
’Tis
the
Friends through
Here
may
Christ
the
’Tis
Man
Mark
Lamb
the
y
the
of
Proofs I
But
the
’Tis the
None shall
Christ by
fear
His
view its
Rock of
long
ex
hands were
Sac
ri
God
for
see
su
deep est
Word, the
ev
er
man
cause
na
our
pec
raised
fice
sin
ted
to
ap
ners
ffic
stroke
Lord’s
be
Is 53:3-6, Acts 4:11-12, Rom 4:25, Lk 6:47-49
re
dis
ture
sal
ient
that
A
con
ject
own
right
va
ed;
Yes,
ing, Foes
ly,
Here
tion, Christ
pro
phet,
wound Him,
point
ed!
wound ed!
of
it:
pierced Him
noint ed,
found ed
my
in
its
the
Da vid’s
None would
See Who
Sac
ri
’Tis
Was
Son
Who
a
the
of
on
Son,
in
bears
fice
yet
ter
the
to
true
and
stroke that
Man, and
Him their
Da vid’s
pose to
aw ful
can cel
faith ful
Jus tice
Son of
hope have
Lord;
save;
load!
guilt!
Word.
gave.
God.
built.
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Were You There?
GOOD FRIDAY
102
Words: African-American Spiritual, before 1899.
Music: ’Were You There’ African-American Spiritual, before 1899. Setting: attr. Charles Winfred Douglas, 1940.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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1. Were
2. Were
3. Were
4. Were
5. Were
you
you
you
you
you
there
there
there
there
there
when
when
when
when
when
Some times
Were
Were
Were
Were
Were
you
you
you
you
you
there
there
there
there
there
when
when
when
when
when
they
they
they
the
they
they
they
they
the
they
cru
nailed
pierced
sun
laid
ci fied
Him to
Him in
re fused
Him in
it
caus
es me
there
there
there
there
there
when
when
when
when
when
cru
ci
nailed Him
pierced Him
sun
re
laid
Him
my
the
the
to
the
fied
to
in
fused
in
Lord?
tree?
side?
shine?
tomb?
my
the
the
to
the
Lord?
tree?
side?
shine?
tomb?
Were
Were
Were
Were
Were
you
you
you
you
you
Oh!
to
trem
ble,
they
they
they
the
they
cru
nailed
pierced
sun
laid
ci
Him
Him
re
Him
trem
fied
to
in
fused
in
ble,
my
the
the
to
the
trem
ble.
Lord?
tree?
side?
shine?
tomb?
6. Were you there when God raised Him from the tomb?
Were you there when God raised Him from the tomb?
Oh! Sometimes it causes me to tremble, tremble, tremble.
Were you there when God raised Him from the tomb?
Mt 27:55-56, Jn 19:34, Lk 23:44-45, 23:55, Mt 28:1-7
10 10 14 10
Awake, My Heart, With Gladness
103
EASTER
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translated by John Kelly, 1867, alt.
Music: ’Auf, Auf, Mein Herz mit Freuden’ Johann Crüger, 1648. Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.
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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
pow’rs
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
My
And
Throws
My
Grim
When
His
And
The
He
gloom and
can
be
more with
fright
or
safe from
Sa
vior
"Vic
to
down, his
trust
or
Death with
to
ban
to
Sa
is
the
ner,
the
vior
a
there
ry"
hell
for
all
realms
while
Vic
bought
pow’r
sad
think
stand
sad
e
ness, Comes
him,
Lo!
ing,
His
den
Shall
vil,
And
was
He
ish
ti
his
laid
cries,
pow’r
tude,
might
of
the
tor’s
for
less
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, Whate’er He passeth through.
He treads the world beneath His feet, and conquers death
And hell, and breaks sin’s thrall; I’m with Him through it all.
light
field
bands
me
form,
Where
And
To
Or
Can
Our
Is
Must
In
How
forth
Christ
wea
aught,
sin
the
a
pons
or
I
our
bed
wav
ing
Christ must
a
ny
not
my
spi
by
yield
sov’r
e’er
rit
the
his
eign
he
glo
gain
on
take
laugh
must
tow’rds
he
prec
soul
wings
He
feet
love
rage
rious
is
the
from
to
be
the
give
ious
af
its
ro
and
and
and
Sun.
free.
ground
me
scorn.
made
skies
o’er,
good
fright;
flight.
held!
hands.
free.
storm.
8.To halls of heavenly splendor With Him I penetrate;
And trouble ne’er 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:
"Who’s there despised with me, Here with me crown’d shall be;
Who there with Me shall die, Here’s raised with me on high!"
Col 2:13-15, 1Cor 15:42-58, Rom 6:1-11, 1Pt 1:3-9, Is 41:1-20, Rom 8:35-39, Rev 20:1-3
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Christ Arose
EASTER
104
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.
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4
4
1. Low
2. Vain
3. Death
in
ly
can
the
they
not
grave
watch
keep
He
His
his
lay
bedprey-
Je
Je
Je
sus
sus
sus
my
my
my
Sa
Sa
Sa
vior!
vior!
vior!
4
4
Wait
Vain
He
Up
ing
ly
tore
the
they
the
from the grave
co
seal
bars
He
a
ming
the
a
daydeadway-
rose,
With
He
foes;
He a
rose a
Je
Je
Je
a
sus
sus
sus
my
my
my
might
y
Lord!
Lord!
Lord!
tri
umph o’er
His
a rose!
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
He a rose!
Jn 2:19-22, Mt 28:6
rose!
Hal le
lu jah! Christ a
rose!
He a rose!
Irregular
Christ Jesus Lay In Death’s Strong Bands
105
EASTER
(also known as In Death’s Strong Bands)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854.
Music: ’Christ lag in Tobes Banden’ or ’Torgau’ from Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 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, God’s
a
strange and
true
Pas
chal
death’s 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
Hea
brought
end
end
save
ven. Where fore
to
us
In
ed,
Ru
ined
ed. Stripped of
us.
See,
His
thank
strong
but
lone
pas
ful
and
the
re
ses
now
in
cause
vic
died
ly
Loud
bold And
name, His
mains Death’s
o’er, And
at
no
of
to
on
God’s right
cence dwelt
Death He
ry
re
the
ac
let
thrall
all
power,
blood
songs
kept
sting
sting
Sa
of
us
is
is
tan
us
dom
his
no
doth
Al
in
lost
lost
can
hand
not
has
mained
cur
joy
from
right
more
mark
le
lu
his bon
for ev
for ev
not harm
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 15:54-57, Acts 2:24, 1Cor 5:7b, 2Tim 1:10
ful
of
and
it
our
He
on
un
with
sed
stands,
earth,
done,
life;
tree
And
And
His
The
So
be,
And
old
And
claim And
reigns, An
door; Faith
ia!
dage.
er.
er!
us.
brings
there
power
reign
strong
us
life from
fore Death had
for
ev
er
of death was
His love! to
sing
to
ev
er
left
him
emp
ty
points to
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
le
le
le
le
le
God right
grew more
no
thing
form
a
it,
Death
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
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
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today (Lyra)
EASTER
106
Words: Stanzas 1-7, Charles Wesley, 1739. Stanzas 8-10, 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. Love’s
3. Vain
4. Lives
5. Soar
the
re
the
a
we
Lord, is
deem ing
stone, the
gain our
now 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
of
Fought the
Christ hath
Where, O
Follow ing
men
fight,
burst
death,
our
and
the
the
is
ex
an
ba
gates
now
al
Raise your
Lo!
the
Death in
Once He
Made like
joys
Sun’s
vain
died
Him,
and
ec
for
our
like
tri
lipse
bids
souls
Him
Sing,
Lo!
Christ
Where
Ours
ye
He
hath
thy
the
heavens, and
sets
in
o
pened
to
vic
cross,
the
gels
ttle
of
thy
ted
earth,
blood
par
ry,
grave,
say,
won,
hell,
sting?
Head,
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
le
le
le
le
le
umphs
is
His
to
we
high,
o’er,
rise,
save,
rise,
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
re
no
a
O
the
ply,
more,
dise,
grave?
skies,
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
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!
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!
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!
9.But the pains that He endured, Alleluia!
Our salvation have procured, Alleluia!
Now above the sky He’s King, Alleluia!
Where the angels ever sing. Alleluia!
Mt 28:5-6, Lk 24:4-7, 1Cor 15:55-57, 1Pt 1:18-21, Rev 5:9-13
le
le
le
le
le
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
le
le
le
le
le
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
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!
7 7 7 7 with Alleluias
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today (Lyra)
107
EASTER
Words: Stanzas 1-7, Charles Wesley, 1739. Stanzas 8-10, 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. Love’s
3. Vain
4. Lives
5. Soar
the
re
the
a
we
Lord,
deem
stone,
gain
now
joys
Sun’s
vain
died
Him,
and
ec
for
our
like
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
tri umphs
lipse is
bids His
souls to
Him we
high,
o’er,
rise,
save,
rise,
Sing,
ye heavens, and
Lo!
He
sets
in
Christ hath
o
pened
to
Where thy
vic
Ours the cross,
the
6.Hail, the Lord of earth and Heaven:
Praise to Thee by both be given.
Thee we greet triumphant now;
Hail, the resurrection, thou.
8.Hymns of praise then let us sing
Unto Christ, our heavenly King
Who endured the cross and grave
Sinners to redeem and save.
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.
9.But the pains that He endured
Our salvation have procured.
Now above the sky He’s King
Where the angels ever sing.
Mt 28:5-6, Lk 24:4-7, 1Cor 15:55-57, 1Pt 1:18-21, Rev 5:9-13
earth,
blood
par
ry,
grave,
re
ply!
no more.
a
dise!
O grave?
the skies.
10.Jesus Christ is risen today,
Our triumphant holy day.
Who did once upon the cross
Suffer to redeem our loss.
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I Know That My Redeemer Lives
EASTER
108
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.
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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
er
in
ed
my
ings
liv
time
there
soul’s
to
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
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.
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
ing
of
on
com
im
Head.
need.
high.
plaint.
part.
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 104:33-34
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Jesus Christ Is Risen Today
109
EASTER
Words: 14th Century Bohemian Latin carol. Stanzas 1-3 translated in John Arnold’s 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.
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4
4
1. Je
2. Hymns
3. But
4. Sing
sus Christ is
of praise then
the pain which
we
to
our
ris’n
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!
Al
Al
Al
Al
le
le
le
le
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
Al
Al
Al
Al
le
le
le
le
lu
lu
lu
lu
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
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
va
tion
sal
ter
nal
e
Who did
Who en
Now a
Praise Him,
once,
dured
bove
all
Suf
Sin
Where
Fa
to
re
to
re
an gels
Son, and
fer
ners
the
ther,
Mt 28:6, Lk 24:5-7
up
the
the
you
ho
heav’n
hath
as
ly day,
ly King,
pro cured,
His love,
on
cross
sky
heav’n
deem
deem
ev
Ho
the
and
He’s
ly
our
and
er
ly
cross,
grave,
king,
host,
loss,
save,
sing,
Ghost,
7 7 7 7 with Alleluias
Jesus Christ Who Came to Save
EASTER
110
(also known as Jesus Christ Today is Risen or Jesus Christ Our Savior True
or Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 1883.
Music: ’Jesus Christus Unser Heiland, Der Den Tod (Klug)’ from Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533.
Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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,
gres sion’s wound.
hands He
hath;
4
4
Is
He
Them
now a ris
is
our Sa
He’ll de li
en, And sin hath
vior, And brings us
ver, Who trust in
1Cor 15:25-26, Rom 6:4-11, Heb 4:15-16
bound in pri
to
God’s fa
Him for ev
son. Ky ri’ e
vor.
er.
lei
son.
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The Strife Is O’er, The Battle Done
111
EASTER
Words: from Symphonia Sirenum Selectarum, Köln, 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.
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3
4
Al
le
lu
ia,
Al
le
lu
ia,
Al
le
lu
ia.
3
4
1. The strife is
2. The pow’rs of
3. On
that third
4. He
closed the
5. Lord, by
the
Lord
is
foes
dis
ty
to
por
tals
ser vants
won;
persed;
reign;
fell;
free,
o’er,
the
death have
morn He
yawn ing
stripes which
O
Let
Let shouts
O
let
Let songs
That we
the
of
us
of
may
bat
done
rose
gates
wound
song
praise
swell
joy
live,
tle
their
a
of
ed
of
and
the
His
and
done;
worst;
gain
hell;
Thee,
The
tri
and
Je
In
glor
The bars
From death’s
praise
be
joy
out
joy
ful
tri
umphs
sing
to
sung:
burst:
strain.
tell.
Thee.
umph
sus
ious
from
dread
of
hath
ma
heav’ns
sting
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
le
le
le
le
le
the
His
jes
high
Thy
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
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Al
le
lu
ia,
Al
le
lu
ia,
Al
Acts 2:22-24, Rom 5:10-11, 6:9-10, Is 12:1-6, 1Cor 15:54-57, 2Tim 1:10, Eph 2:1-6, Is 53:3-5
le
lu
ia.
8 8 8 with Alleluias
Lo, God To Heav’n Ascendeth
ASCENSION
112
Words: Gottfried Wilhelm Sacer, 1661. verses 1-5,7 Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox, 1841.
verse 6 translator unknown. Music: ’Von Gott will ich Nicht Lazen’ Johann Crüger, 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.
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4
4
1. Lo,
2. With
3. No
4. Christ
5. May
God to Heav’n as
joy
is Heav’n re
more the way
is
is
our place pre
we, His ser
vants,
cen
soun
hid
par
thi
deth!
ding
den,
ing;
ther
Through
Christ’s
Since
to
In
out
glad
Christ
Heav’n
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
Sing
Bright
Our
There
Thee,
King
And
And
There
To
shouts tri um phant
hold the saints sur
more to man for
joys
an gel
ic
let
us sing to
praise to
Christ the
myr iads, throng ing,
Lord
is
gone be
may each heart be
al
ted
God’s ex
of
loud
soon
let
whom
each hea then
ser
a
phic
in Heav’n re
our Hope be
all pow’r is
blend
roun
bid
shar
ge
Lord;
come;
fore;
found!
Son,
na
voi
ceive
cen
giv
6.Farewell with all thy treasures, O world, to falsehood giv’n!
Thy dross gives no true pleasures; We seek the joys of Heav’n:
The Savior is our Prize; He comforts us in sadness,
And fills our hearts with gladness; to Him we lift our eyes.
Ps 47:1-9, Ps 24:1-10, Acts 1:6-11, Jn 14:1-3, 1Tim 3:16
eth
ding
den
ing,
ther:
sing
the
yet
Where
our
tion,
ces
us
tered;
en,
the
the
The
Be
"We
trum
Lord
road
where
seek
praise
che
here
Je
Life,
the
Wel
and
Our
our
pet’s thrill
who
set
to Heav’n
our
trea
Thee, Christ,
with
rub
He
sus
and
God
come
o
course
Joy
ex
ul
band re
will
not
Christ has
Way
to
ing
them
that
sure
our
ta
joi
leave
en
Hea
of
Hosts a
Mes
si
ah
pen wide the
still heav’n ward
and Hope and
blast:
free.
goes.
lies:
friend,
tion,
ces,
us,
tered,
ven,
dored!
home.
door.
bound.
Crown."
7.When, on our vision dawning, Will break the wished-for 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 heav’n-sent ray.
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See, The Lord Ascends In Triumph
113
ASCENSION
(also known as See, the Conqueror Mounts in Triumph)
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.
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4
4
1. See,
2. Who
3. While
4. Now
5. He
the Lord as
is this that
He lifts His
our heav’n 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
heav’n
gained
on
kings
Him
ly
the
the
be
in
ro
ju
from
in
God’s
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
Hark!
He
He
Now
Je
the
Who
Who
He
sus
choirs
on
walked
plants
reigns,
And
He
He,
Now
Might
the
has
our
our
y
por
tals
van quished
E
noch,
great
El
Lord, in
of
the
with
the
a
clouds,
God
eyes
come
heav’n
His
of
be
to
ly
char
arm
hold
Ca
pla
iot,
ies,
Him,
naan,
ces,
an
gel voi
ces
cross did suf
fer,
God and pleased Him,
rael
tribes of
Is
dored by
an
gels;
high
sin
is
i
Thine
are
and
trans
jah
as
Ps 68:18, Eph 4:8-15, Acts 1:6-11, Lk 24:50-35, Jn 14:1-11
lift ed
Sa tan,
la ted
of fers
cen sion
To
He
He
and
there
His
has
up
the
with
Joy
He
preach
in
man
ful
who
ing
their
with
al
le
from the
truth and
pro mised
God
is
To re ceive
He by death
to His ev
dou ble por
we by faith
their
has
er
tion
be
pal ace gate.
vic
tor
y.
cloud as cends;
fore Him quail;
glo
ry
stand:
lu
grave
doom
rest
on
ias
a
to
ing
the
heav’n
spoiled
last
of
hold
ly
His
ing
His
our
sing,
rose,
come,
place;
throne;
King.
foes.
home.
grace.
own.
87878787
ASCENSION
113(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
Help us
to
look
See Him, who is
Gales of
ho
ly
With our youth re
ing, ris’n, as
Dy
Where
See
That,
Caught
Glo
the Son
Him, who
with hearts
up
on
ry
to
of
with
and
the
the
Beck ’ning on
His
Sum mon ing
the
Where He
sits
en
Rise
to realms where
Glo
ry
both
in
lum
gone
earth
He
God
up
ev
as
newed
cend
Man
sound
minds
clouds
Ho
in
a
tor,
be fore us,
to Hea ven,
ap pear eth,
the Fa ther,
with Ste phen,
er plead ing
pir
a
tions
like eag les,
ing for
us,
in
of
up
of
ly
mar
world
throned
He
earth
glo
ry
trum pet,
lift ed,
Hea ven,
Spir it,
tyr ar
to judg
in glo
is reign
and Hea
Ps 68:18, Eph 4:8-15, Acts 1:6-11, Lk 24:50-35, Jn 14:1-11
shed
Heav’n
give
we
Glo
Thy beams up
ly
man sions
us wings of
from out
our
ry
be
to
and
For
waft
flock
who
to see
us with
ing us
ing round
the heav’n
Stand
and
we
and
To
my,
ment,
ry
ing,
ven,
be
pre
to
our
ly
ing
is
at
with His an
with Christ our
may meet Him
One God in
suc cor ing His
on the clouds will
in His heav’n ly
and may reign for
glo ry, end less
on
to
faith
graves
God
our
pre
and
may
the
eyes,
pare,
love,
spring,
Son,
yond
vail
realms
Heav’n
realm
the
ing
a
ly
has
skies,
prayer,
bove;
King.
won;
God’s
gel
Lord
in
Per
right
ic
may
the
sons
hand,
train,
dwell,
air,
Three;
faith
come
Cit
ev
glo
ful band.
a gain.
a
del.
er there.
ry, be.
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The Cloud Received Christ From Their Sight
114
ASCENSION
Words: Brian J. Dumont, 09 Dec 2008. Music: ’Azmon’ Carl G. Gl=>[email protected] BCDCE F?GGHIJK LNO?PP QR>NIA BCSUE
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.
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3
2
1. The
2. The
3. On
4. Ap
5. On
cloud
cloud
Si
pear
moun
re
kept
nai’s
ing
tain
ceived Christ
safe
God’s
height the
on
the
high Christ’s
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 God’s
once more
ap
6. While here in flesh You taught us, Lord
The object sure and right:
To see our Father’s glory bright,
To have eternal life.
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.
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.
7. A goal beyond our reach You’ve shown;
We cannot pay the price.
No work of ours atones for sin,
We cannot set things right.
10. We wait to see the cloud’s return
To be with us below,
When You fulfill Your promises
To bring us to Your home.
8. You are the Truth, You are the Way
for us to see His face.
You died for us a sinner’s death
abandoned in our place.
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 we’re fed.
Special thanks for this text goes to Dr. Norman Nagel, whose insights inspired it.
Acts 1:9-11, Jn 14:26, Ex 14:19-25, 19:16-20, 25:10, 31:18, 34:4-5, Lv 16:1-2, 2Chr 5:11-14, Mt 17:1-5, Jn 17:3, Lk 12:59,
1Cor 6:19-20, Rom 5:12-21, Jn 14:1-6, Ps 65:2-3, Mt 27:46, 1Cor 15:20, Mt 28:20, Rom 10:17, Col 2:12, Mt 26:26-28, Ps 23
8686
Breathe on Me, Breath of God
PENTECOST
115
Words: Edwin Hatch, 1878.
Music: ’Aylesbury’ or ’Wirksworth’ found in John Chetham’s Psalmody, 1718.
Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1904.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
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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
Ez 37:5-9, Gen 2:7, Is 42:5
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.
6686
Come Down, O Love Divine
116
PENTECOST
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.
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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,
O
And
True
For
And
And
And
Where
And
To
And
Shall
Com
let
low
none
fort
Thy
li
can
vis
dust
low
far
er,
glor
ness
guess
kin
dle
clothe me
o’er
its
in
the
it
and
li
out
it
ash
ness
pass
with
es
be
the
draw
ious
of
its
it,
Thy
round, the
own short
Ho
ly
Acts 2:2-3, Rom 5:5, Ez 36:26-28, Jn 14:16-17, Jn 14:26
near,
light
heart,
grace,
Thine own
in
its
come mine
pow’r of
with
shine
which
till
ar
heat
in
hu
dor
con
ner
man
in
ev
takes
he
my
er
the
be
ho
ly
flame be
while my path
il
com ings weeps with
Spir
it
makes His
glow
su
cloth
tell
heart
on
hum
come
stow
lum
loath
dwell
ing.
ming;
ing;
ing;
ap
my
bler
the
pear,
sight,
part,
place
ing.
ing.
ing.
ing.
6 6 11 6 6 11
Come, God Creator, Holy Ghost
PENTECOST
117
(also known as Creator, Spirit, Holy Dove or Come Holy Ghost, Creator Blest)
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.
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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
sev’n
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
éd
souls
high
love
God’s
peace
of
a
burn
right
with
men;
bove,
bright;
hand;
in,
4
4
Fill them
A
ho
Thou know’st
The
Fa
That
in
with
ly
the
ther’s
Thy
gra
unc
weak
Word
foot
ces,
tion
ness
Thou
steps
6. Teach us the Father well to know,
Likewise His only Son our Lord,
Thyself to us believing show,
Spirit of both, aye adored
Jn 14:16, Acts 2:1-4, 1Cor 12:7-11
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.
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.
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Come Holy Spirit, Lord Our God
118
PENTECOST
(also known as Come Holy Ghost, God and Lord)
Words: v. 1 ancient Latin. v.2-3 Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozel Russell (1806-1874).
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.
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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
bles sing,
lead ing,
ev er,
a
ing
poss
Love’s
With
Naught
O Lord, Thou
From er
ror,
Lord, may Thy
broad;
Word,
est,
fire
Him
us
by
Lord,
pow’r
Thy
To
And
faith
God
in
their
as
from
Thy
our
pre
heav’n
souls
pare
Lk 11:13, Rom 5:5, 1Cor 12:13, Jn 16:13-14, 2Tim 1:14
ful
Him
Thy
hearts
chil
Thee
ly
de
each
Light
fend,
heart;
peo
self
ser
ple
our
vice
po
dren
may
ssess
plea
se
Dost
That
To
ga ther
they on
our weak
fill
spir
kept
with
its
for
ing.
ding.
ver.
and
Christ
na
in
a
ture
8 8 9 7 8 8 9 9 with Alleluias
PENTECOST
118(2)
faith
lone
strength
u
at
im
na tion
bid ing,
fy ing,
Hal
To
In
To
nite
tend;
part,
Through
In
On
sing
Him
Thee,
le
to
with
through
lu
Lk 11:13, Rom 5:5, 1Cor 12:13, Jn 16:13-14, 2Tim 1:14
all
Him
ward
the
with
to
Thee
all
liv
jah!
world
faith
press,
with
their
ing
Hal
ex
might
and
le
a
un
our
ho
feigned
foes
ul
con
through
lu
ly
a
de
ta
fid
dy
tion,
ing.
ing.
jah!
8 8 9 7 8 8 9 9 with Alleluias
Holy Ghost, with Light Divine
119
PENTECOST
Words: verses 1-6 Andrew Reed, 1817. verses 7-13 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.
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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 vior’s face,
pow’r 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
sin’s
it
su
dark
on
bon
grow
preme,
ness
ly
dage
and
and
in
known
set
still
reign
6. See, to Thee I yield my heart,
Shed Thy life through every part;
A pure temple I would be,
Wholly dedicate to Thee.
10. Holy Spirit, Right divine,
King within my conscience reign;
Be my Lord, and I shall be
Firmly bound, forever free.
7. Holy Spirit, Truth divine,
Dawn upon this soul of mine;
Word of God and inward light
Wake my spirit, clear my sight.
11. Holy Spirit, Peace divine,
Still this restless heart of mine;
Speak to calm this tossing sea,
Stayed in Thy tranquility.
8. Holy Spirit, Love divine,
Glow within this heart of mine;
Kindle every high desire;
Perish self in Thy pure fire.
12. Holy Spirit, Joy divine,
Gladden Thou this heart of mine;
In the desert ways I sing,
"Spring, O Well, forever spring."
9. Holy Spirit, Power divine
Fill and nerve this will of mine;
Grant that I may strongly live,
Bravely bear, and nobly strive.
13. Now incline me to repent,
Let me now my sins lament,
Now my foul revolt deplore,
Weep, believe, and sin no more.
Jn 14:16-17, Jn 4:24, Acts 2:2-4
to
to
me
in
a
day.
Thee.
free.
crease.
lone.
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Holy Spirit, Ever Dwelling
PENTECOST
120
Words: Timothy Rees, 1922.
Music: ’Ebenezer’ or ’Ton-Y-Botel’ Thomas J. Williams, 1890. Setting: "A Hymnal" (Episcopal), 1916.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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3
3
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
ho
church
chur
liest
the
ch’s
realms
breath
mi
of light
of life
ni stry
o’er
a
world
through your peo
set
ting cap
of
ple’s
tive
gloom
cease
sin
and blight
less strife
ners free
3
8
4
3
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
3
3
3
Ho
Ho
Ho
ly
ly
ly
3
Spir it,
Spir it,
Spir it,
ev
ev
ev
er
er
er
Liv
ing, life- im
In our
wor ship
In com
mu ni
rais ing
form ing
bind ing
earth bound
in
the
age
to
part ing
we will
ty
un
souls to
church the
age and
glo
mind
soul
ry
of
to
high
Christ
soul
3
3
3
3
3
Spir
praise
end
it
you
ing
you we
for your
you we
praise
fruit
wor
and
and
ship
mag
gifts
and
ni fy.
un priced.
ex tol.
3
Gen 1:1-2, 1Cor 12:12-14, Eph 3:7-9
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The Comforter Has Come
121
PENTECOST
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.
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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
bound;
blast,
brings;
vine;
ply,
Let
As
And
That
In
is
at
His
of
ed
found,
last,
wings,
mine
sky,
Wher
And
To
To
And
3
4
ev
er
hu
hush’d the dread
ev
’ry cap
wond ’ring mor
all
the saints
man
ful
tive
tals
a
tongue
hills
cells
hell,
love
pro
the
the
should
the
claim
day
song
in
song
The
Com
heav’n,
’round,
hearts
wail
soul
tell
bove
the
ad
of
His
that
fort er has
The
Wher
joy
vanc
tri
im
ne’er
ther’s
er
man is
Jn 14:16, Ps 23:4, Is 40:1-2, 66:12-14, Mt 5:14
hu
fu
full
match
all
ful
es
umph
age
will
come,
Fa
ev
and
and
a
the
to
man
ry
de
less
be
sound:
fast!
rings;
shine!
die:
The
pro
Com
mise
found:
woes a
of
the
liv ’rance
grace di
low
re
The
The
The
The
The
Com
Com
Com
Com
Com
fort er has
giv’n;
The
fort
fort
fort
fort
fort
er
er
er
er
er
come!
The
O
Com
spread
fort
er
ev
o’er
thro’
I,
strains
’ry
the
the
a
of
Chris
gold
va
child
end
has
has
has
has
has
Ho
tian
en
cant
of
less
come!
come!
come!
come!
come!
ly Ghost from
the
has
ti
dings
come!
12 12 12 6 12 12 12 6
God the Father Be Our Stay
TRINITY
122
(also known as God the Father With Us Stay or God the Father With Us Be)
Words: 15th Century Litany, adapted by Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Gott Der Vater, Wohn Uns Bei’ from Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: composite from Landgraf Moritz, 1612 and "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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,
hell’s dread pow’rs as
sail
us;
4
4
Cleanse us
E
vil
from our
One; Firm in
And heart i
run
ly
men,
the
con fid
ning Our
A
sins, we pray, Nor
A
heav’n ly
men,
faith
a
ing.
Mt 6:7-13, Ps 31:1-3, Eph 6:10-17, Ps 55:22, Is 46:4
bid
our
last hour
ing,
In
Let us put God’s
race and
this
in
be
shun
done,
fail
Christ our
Sa
Keep us
vior
we,
vil’s
Hal
wiles
le
from the
hid
ar mor on: With all true
ning The de
So sing
us.
ing,
Christ
and cun
lu
ians
ning.
jah!
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Holy God, We Praise Thy Name
123
TRINITY
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.
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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
All
In
And
Un
vast
sweet
set
bend
be
are
to
we
in
un
the
div
fore
rai
hal
name
Thee!
sing,
low;
Thee;
All
Cher
Pro
While
Hea ven a
ceas
ing
white
robed
id
ed
bove
cho
mar
God
main,
cord:
sun,
knee,
Ev
Ho
Through
While
do
ac
of
the
Ps 103:3, Heb 13:15, Rev 4-6
on
u
phets
in
a
rus
tyrs
we
er
ly,
the
we
earth
bim
swell
es
dore
prais
fol
claim
last
ho
Church
own
Thy
and
the
sence
Thee;
ing;
low;
Thee;
scep
ser
loud
on
In
Fill
And
And
ing
ly,
the
the
fin
the
from
a
is
ho
song
my
ter
a
re
ly
claim,
phim,
frain,
One,
ite
Thy
hea vens with
morn
to
dor
ing
Thy
ly,
goes
ster
reign.
Lord.
on.
y.
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Holy Holy, Holy
TRINITY
124
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.
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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 ty!
dore Thee,
hide Thee,
might 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
mer
fall
there
mer
Rev 4:4-11, Is 6:3
ci
ing
is
ci
ful
down
none
ful
and
be
be
and
song shall rise to
round the glass y
glor y may not
earth, and sky, and
might y!
fore Thee,
side Thee,
might y!
Thee;
sea;
see;
sea;
God in three
Who was, and
Per fect in
God in three
Ho
Che
On
Ho
Per sons,
is,
and
pow’r, in
Per sons,
ly, ho ly,
ru bim and
ly Thou art
ly, ho ly,
bless
ev
love,
bless
ed
er
and
ed
ho
ser
ho
ho
ly,
a phim
ly;
ly;
Tri ni
more shall
pur it
Tri ni
ty!
be.
y.
ty!
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Isaiah, Mighty Seer, In Days of Old
125
TRINITY
(also known as These Things the Seer Isaiah did Befall or Isaiah ’twas the Prophet)
Words: Martin Luther, 1526 as the Sanctus of the German Mass, after Is 6:1-4. 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.
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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
A bove the
throne were state ly
With twain they
And with the
Is 6:1-4, Rev 4:8
splen dor bright,
ser
veiled their fa ces,
o ther twain a
a phim,
as was meet,
loft they soared,
With flow ing
train that filled the
Six wings had
they, these mess en
gers of Him.
rev erent awe they
hid their feet,
With twain in
One to the
o ther called and
Tem ple quite.
praised the Lord:
10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
TRINITY
125(2)
"Ho
ly
Ho
ly
is
is
The beams and
Is 6:1-4, Rev 4:8
God, the Lord of
God, the Lord of
lin tels trem bled
Sa ba oth!
Sa ba oth!
at the
cry,
Ho
Be
ly
is
hold, His
And clouds of
God, the Lord of
Sa ba oth!
glo ry fill eth
all the earth!"
smoke en wrapped the
throne on high.
10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
We All Believe in One True God
126
TRINITY
(also known as In One True God We All Believe)
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 Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 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.
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1. We
2. We
3. We
all
all
all
earth and hea
Lord, pos ses
com fort giv
chil dren gi
grace and bless
y
liv
glor
doth
of
ty
pro
the
of
vide
Spir
spi
be lieve
be lieve
con fess
ven,
sing
eth
in
in
the
one
Je
Ho
true
sus
ly
God,
Christ,
Ghost,
Who cre
His
own
Who sweet
The Fa ther, who to
us
in love
An
e
qual God head, throne, and might,
And with the Fa ther and the Son
ven.
ing.
eth;
us;
it,
rit.
He
Born
Who
both
of
the
soul and bo dy feed
Ma
ry, vir gin mo
Church, His own cre a
He through snares
Made true
man,
Here
for
give
1Jn 5:20, Is 41:9-13, Jn 1:14, 1Jn 4:9-10, 1Cor 12:3, Rom 8:26-27
and
our
ness
per
el
and
Hath the right of
Source of
ev ery
In
e
ter nal
eth,
ther,
tion,
ils
der
sal
a
ted
Son, our
grace and
All we need He
By the pow er
Keeps in
u
ni
lead
Bro
va
eth,
ther,
tion
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TRINITY
126(2)
Watch
That
Dai
ing
the
ly
day
sin
we
and
ful
shall
that
no
harm be tide
lost might life in her
come through Je sus’ mer
night,
men
be
1Jn 5:20, Is 41:9-13, Jn 1:14, 1Jn 4:9-10, 1Cor 12:3, Rom 8:26-27
us.
it;
it.
He car
Was cru
All flesh
eth
ci
shall
All things are gov erned
And raised by God to
In bliss with God e
for
fied
rise,
us
for
and
by His might.
life a gain.
ter nal ly.
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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
127
REFORMATION
Words: Martin Luther, 1529. Translation Frederic Henry Hedge, 1853.
Music: ’Ein Feste Burg (Isorhythmic)’ Martin Luther, 1529. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. A
2. Did
3. And
4. That
might
we
though
word
y
for tress
in our own
this world, with
a bove all
is
strength
dev
earth
our
con
ils
ly
God,
a
fide,
our
filled, should
pow’rs, no
bul
striv
threat
thanks
wark nev
ing would
en
to
to them,
er
be
un
a
fail
lo
do
bid
ing;
sing;
us,
eth;
4
4
Our
Were
We
The
For
Dost
The
Let
help er He,
not the right
will not fear,
Spi rit and
still
ask
Prince
goods
our
who
of
and
and, armed with
from age
to
for
lo,
his
God’s truth a
an
that
Dark
kin
a
Man
for
the
cient
may
ness
dred
mid
on
God
gifts
the
our
hath
are
flood
of
side,
the
willed His
ours through
foe doth seek to
be? Christ Je sus,
grim, we trem ble
go, this mor tal
cru
el
age the
doom is
bi
deth
hate,
same,
sure,
still,
2Sam 22:2-3, Ps 18:1-2, 1Cor 15:55-57, Rom 8:37-39
On
And
One
His
work
it
not
life
earth
He
lit
king
mor tal ills
pre
Man of God’s own
truth to
tri umph
Him who with us
us
is
for
al
woe;
He;
him;
so;
His
Lord
His
The
is
not
must win
tle word
dom is
craft
Sa
rage
bo
his
the
shall
for
and
ba
we
dy
vail
choos
through
si
pow’r
oth,
can
they
e
bat
fell
ev
are
His
en
may
ing:
ing:
us:
deth:
great,
name,
dure,
kill:
qual.
tle.
him.
er.
878766667
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
REFORMATION
128
Words: Martin Luther, 1529. Translation composite circa 1868 Pennsylvania Lutheran Church Book.
Music: ’Ein Feste Burg (Rhythmic)’ Martin Luther, 1529. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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1. A
2. With
3. Though
4. The
He
But
We
He’s
might
might
dev
Word
helps
for
trem
by
y
of
ils
they
For
ours
all
still
us free
us fights
ble not,
our side
The old
Ask ye,
This world’s
And take
e
Who
prince
they
Are
his
dread
And there’s none
He’s judged; the
They yet
have
arms
oth
deed
no
tress
can
the
shall
from
the
we
up
is
our God,
nau ght be done,
wor ld should fill,
main
let
re
ev
Val
fear
on
vil
is
may
our
Foe
this?
still
life,
in
er
is
thing
fight;
God;
done;
won;
2Sam 22:2-3, Ps 18:1-2, 1Cor 15:55-57, Rom 8:37-39
ery
iant
no
the
need
One,
ill,
plain
A
Soon
All
Nor
That
Whom
They
With
trust
were
ea
an
is
the
tle
dom
Weap
fect
vour
for
hath us now o’er tak
God Him self e
le
shall not
o
ver power
His good gifts and Spi
Now means dead ly woe;
Je
sus Christ it
is.
Scowl fierce as
he will,
Goods, fame, child and wife,
On Earth
He holds
One lit
The King
y Shield and
our loss
ef
ger to
de
y thanks have
not
field
word
ours
Deep
Of
He
Let
his e
for ev
can fell
re main
on;
ed;
us.
it;
en.
cted.
us.
rit.
guile and great might
Sab a
oth Lord,
can harm us none,
these all
be gone,
qual.
er.
him.
eth.
878755567
If God Had Not Been on Our Side
129
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: ’WVX YZ[[ \]^_[ `][ a\b c]dbd ed][ fghijkl mXZ` nop[dXlb Yd]b[p]^_d Ydbo\qrs^_pd]\t ghiju
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. 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 pow’r
deep and yawn
birds, es caped
For we, His
Like men o’er
The snare is
far
gulfed
Lord,
and
our
in
Ps 124:1-8, Rom 8:31-39
near
soul
Thee,
and
ing
their
flock, would have
whom dark wa
bro
ken
we
Who
And,
Who
rise
like
mad
pride
pit
net,
to
ters
are
in
a
est
Would
With
They
fear
roll
free!
might
flood,
earth
sure ly have dis
life and limb en
could not ov er
The
Their
Our
mayed
tombed
pow’r
us;
us.
us.
threat of
men
wrath would have
help
is
ev
a
gainst
o’er whelmed
and
hea
both
en
er,
us.
us.
ven.
8787887
If God Had Not Been on Our Side
REFORMATION
130
(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: ’Wvw xyzz {|}~z |z €{ ‚|ƒƒ „ƒ|z …†‡ˆ‰Š‹ Œwy Žzƒw‹ ‘{Ž’ †‡ˆ‰“
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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
For we,
Like men
The snare
men
have
ev
all their pow’r and
deep and yawn ing
birds, es caped their
His
o’er
is
both far
and
en gulfed our
er, Lord, in
Ps 124:1-8, Rom 8:31-39
flock,
whom
bro
near
soul
Thee,
pride
pit
net,
would
dark
ken
Who rise
And, like
Who mad
have
wa
we
in
a
est
Would sure ly
With life and
They could not
to
ters
are
have dis mayed
limb en tombed
ov
er pow’r
fear
roll
free!
might a
gainst
flood, o’er whelmed
earth and
hea
The threat
Their wrath
Our help
us;
us.
us.
of
would
is
us.
us.
ven.
8787887
Look Down, O Lord, From Heaven Behold
131
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.
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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 sev’n times
heav’n
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;
sa
ground
fore
cend
ta
ken!
ed;
us?
ing:
tion:
4
4
How
Their
With
I’ve
So,
Al
And,
By
Now
Its
truth
to
can
fraud
hu
few
hearts
haugh
heard
through
the
flock with
are
not with
ty tongue who
my
peo ple’s
God’s word, shall
most thou’lt seek
whilst they gleam
right
or
might
will
I
up,
worth gleams bright
main
and
not
op
man
tain
fro,
fail,
prest,
dross,
for
with
we
and
er
Thy
In
For
The
It
in
one
God
bit
men
thy
con
o
ter
en
fold,
sent
ppose,
sighs
dure
Ne
On
And
To
Each
faith
in
out
ward
will
pre
set
at
through the
Word
err
who
poor
shines
from
or’s
can
with
through
glec
ted
and
for
thy
pure
doc trine
say, "Who’ll stand be
heav’n my
throne as
tri
al
and temp
vain,
show,
vail;
rest
cross,
us
maze
lord
might
e
And
They
What
Each
And,
have
a
it
de
very
those
lead
we
wear
pur
who
thy
de
y
i
ta
stound
o’er
fend
na
should thy
peo
ple
ter
mine
soul
by
fied
from
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 pow’r and exaltation.
Acts 20:28-32, Lk 18:7-8, 1Jn 2:18-23
8787887
Look Down, O Lord, From Heaven Behold
REFORMATION
132
(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.
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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 sev’n times
heav’n
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;
sa
ground
fore
cend
ta
ken!
ed;
us?
ing:
tion:
4
4
How
Their
With
I’ve
So,
Al
And,
By
Now
Its
truth
to
can
fraud
hu
few
hearts
haugh
heard
through
the flock with
are
not with
ty tongue who
my
peo ple’s
God’s word, shall
most thou’lt seek
whilst they gleam
right
or
might
will
I
up,
worth gleams bright
main
and
not
op
man
tain
fro,
fail,
prest,
dross,
for
with
we
and
er
Thy
In
For
The
It
in
one
God
bit
men
thy
con
o
ter
en
fold,
sent
ppose,
sighs
dure
faith
in
out
ward
will
pre
set
at
through the
Ne
On
And
To
Each
glec
ted
and
for
thy
pure
doc trine
say, "Who’ll stand be
heav’n my
throne as
tri
al
and temp
vain,
show,
vail;
rest
cross,
And
They
What
Each
And,
Word
from
us
or’s
maze
err
who
can
lord
poor
with
might
shines through
e
have
a
it
de
very
those
lead
we
wear
pur
who
thy
de
y
i
ta
stound
o’er
fend
na
should thy
peo
ple
ter
mine
soul
by
fied
from
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 pow’r and exaltation.
Acts 20:28-32, Lk 18:7-8, 1Jn 2:18-23
8787887
Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Thy Word
133
REFORMATION
Words: Martin Luther, 1541. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863.
Music: ’Erhalt Uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort’ from Klug’s "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.
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1. Lord,
2. Lord
3. O
Would
De
Sup
keep us stead fast in
Thy
Je
sus Christ, Thy pow’r make
of price less
Com fort er
wrest the king dom from Thy
fend Thy Christ en dom that
port us
in
our
fi
nal
Ps 119:5-10, 2Jn 1:9, Jn 8:31, Eph 4:3-6
Word; Curb
known, For
worth, Send
Son
we
strife
And
May
And
those who fain by
Thou art Lord of
peace and
u
ni
set
ev
lead
craft and
lords a
ty
on
at naught all
He hath
er more sing praise to
us
out
of death to
sword
lone;
earth.
done.
Thee.
life.
8888
The Mouth of Fools Doth God Confess
REFORMATION
134
(also known as Although the Fools Say with Their Mouth)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Es spricht der Unweisen Mund’ from Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524. 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. 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,
tow’r
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
Co rrupt are
Who all
their
Not one there
In
God they
But
ye
the
works
Word,
haugh
trou
when
hath
in
ty
ble
he
done;
tent
mood,
call,
cries,
of wick ed
y owned His
of
fol
ly
ple up like
who doth His
they, and
der
un
was who
put
no
poor man’s
ness,
pow’r,
trod,
bread?
will,
ev
stand
prac
trust
hope
There
To
Their
But
That
is
do
deeds
be
God
ery
ing
ticed
at
des
And
And
And
So
Who
all
their
tru
ly
fo llowed
fierce are
trusts him
one
bent
good,
all,
pise,
not
his
must
their
is
one
will
sure
own
his
deeds
sought
lusts
ye,
and
A
To
And
Nor
And
well
in
ly
pro
sure
do
earn
please
vi
com
de
to
for
and
o
ny
know
bid
greed
beys
Him.
Him;
den;
y!
Him;
bom
in
ab
le
search His
ho
ly
yet
they deemed, in
will
on
Him
in
laugh at
him, e’en
er.
est.
Him.
ders.
fort.
6. Who shall to Israel’s 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 53:1-6, Lk 4:17-21, 6:39-49, Ps 14:1-7, Ps 118:4-6
8787887
All Who Believe and Are Baptized
135
BAPTISMAL LIFE
(also known as He That Believes and Is Baptized)
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.
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4
4
1. All
2. With
who be lieve and
one ac cord, O
are bap tized shall
God, we pray: grant
see the Lord’s sal
us thy Ho
ly
va
Spi
tion;
rit;
4
4
bap
look
through
Grant
heav’n
ment
tized in
thou on
to
our
Christ’s
us
ly
we
the
in
death of Christ, they
firm it
y
through
re demp
to grow
band
may
of
e
tion
in
ev
ter
they
grace
ery
nal
shall
each
are
Je
a
new cre
sus’ blood and
stand
day
tribe
life
Mk 16:16, Rom 6:3-4, Titus 3:4-7, Jude 1:20-21, Is 53:4-5, Col 2:11-14, Rev 7:13-14
a
that
and
in
mong
by
na
her
a
mer
the glor
this sac
tion.
it.
ious
ra
tion.
it.
8787887
Baptized Into Thy Name Most Holy
BAPTISMAL LIFE
136
Words: Johann Jakob Rambach, 1734. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863 and August Crull, 1884.
Music: ’O Dass Ich Tausend Zungen Hvzzƒ …”wƒz•ƒŠ‹ –yw{ƒ|€ ƒ|{w|}~ ”wƒz•ƒ’ †‰ˆ†“
Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.
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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
A
The
I
Should
Take
and
will
to
hide
me,
ly
and
a
a
the
Ghost,
heir;
lone;
bide;
whole;
mong Thy
fruit
of
dared to
I
trans
full
pos
dead
com
keep
not
naught
I
My
I
Oh,
O
seed,
all
pledge
gress
ses
to
fort
the
Thy
I
sin,
me
faith
face,
own,
claim a
faith ful
felt Thy
cast me
let
me
Thy
His
my
it
sion
place,
Sa
Ho
not
make
cho
sor
self
on
of
sen
rows
Thine
my
my
Thy
When
And
Re
Serve
Spi rit
dark est
war with
store Thy
a
ny
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 6:2-4, Gal 3:26-27, Ps 51:10-12, Rom 14:8-9
though
vior,
ly
a
my
host.
share;
own,
side!
soul!
now
clouds
e
child,
will
weak
now
Spi
way
vows
Bur
My
Re
But
Let
shall
a
vil
Lord,
save
and
doth
rit
for
sin
ied
Com
noun
if
naught
low
ly,
make me
move me,
ev
er
cere ly,
with
fort
cing
I
with
live with
round I
un
to
by Thy
Thine a
Christ
er
sin
fall
in
in.
see.
death.
Grace.
lone.
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.
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I Bind Unto Myself Today
137
BAPTISMAL LIFE
Words: attributed to St. Patrick of Ireland (circa 387-466). 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.
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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
Christ’s
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"
sun’s
watch,
tion
the
in
life
His
1
same
riv
ho
ray,
stay,
er,
ur,
The
His
The
The
His
Mt 28:19, Ps 91:4, 2Cor 13:14
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
of
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judg
giv
might
the
dan
ment
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to
2-9
Three.
va tion;
phim,
ev
en,
need.
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2. His
3. Con
4. The
5. The
137(2)
burst
fes
flash
wis
up
the
pray ers, the
wind’s
tem
guide,
His
doom
Lord
sea
speech,
ing
sors’
ing
dom
from
faith,
of
of
heav’n ly
pro
phets’
pest
uous
shield
to
I
And
A
His
the
A
the
my
way,
scrolls,
shocks,
ward;
bind
pu
round
heav’n
un
ri
the
ly
spic
pos
light
God
His
All
The
The
èd
tles’
ning
to
com
good
sta
word
to
ty
old
host
ing
deeds
ble
of
my
of
e
to
tomb,
word,
free,
teach,
at
done
earth,
God
self
vir
ter
be
His
The
The
His
the
un
the
to
to
gin
nal
my
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.
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.
7. Against all Satan’s spells and wiles,
Against false words of heresy,
Against the knowledge that defiles,
Against the heart’s idolatry,
Against the wizard’s evil craft,
Against the death wound and the burning,
The choking wave, the poisoned shaft,
Protect me, Christ, till Thy returning.
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
rid
Pa
whirl
hand
day
to
deep
give
ing
triarchs’
ing
to
of
the
salt
me
day.
souls.
rocks.
guard.
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You People Who Now Are Baptized
138
BAPTISMAL LIFE
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1667. Translated by Brian J. Dumont, March 2011.
Music: ’Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit’ from Klug’s 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 ther’s
dy turned with
that
ter
ri
this
ho
ly
tized
arm,
in,
fies
flood,
God’s
From
Sin
Was
The
gra cious love
your time of
filled you like
all God’s pres
wa
ter
of
sur
con
a
ence
Bap
4
4
rounds
cep
poi
brought
ti
der
there
love
xi
to
what
be
was
et
the
you.
tion,
son.
you.
sm;
hap pened
no
de
simp ly
y
con
Fa ther’s
By Christ’s Name
Quite hos
tile
Con cern
for
Your fault
you
In
stilled faith
to
cep
for
sumed
King
you:
tion.
eign.
you.
dom,
Whose
A
Then
A
Your
you’re now
re
cog
to
the
Law’s al
neigh bor
pa
per
could not
rect
if
in
Christ’s ho
ly
work
sin
raised
slave
heart
Rom 6:3-11, Col 2:11-15, Num 6:27, Mt 28:19-20, Rev 3:12, Ps 51:5-10,
1Pt 3:21-22, Gal 3:27, Acts 2:38-39, 22:16, Mt 5:14-16
was
ner
by
of
re
it
born
God
sin
built
which
of
the
and
with
fash
sin
Lord
Sa
in
ioned
ner’s
of
tan
your
nized;
Pon
armsLet
thin;
God’s
y;
An
blood Brought
you, Whose
seed;
Still
Life
To
held Trapped
breast, New
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BAPTISMAL LIFE
in
God
glow
in
na
born
Him
in
a
ture
na
self
His
pri
filled
138(2)
ture
for
e
son
with
that
He slew,
you would bleed,
ter
nal Light
bound for
hell
right eous ness,
6. It washes all your sins away
And makes you pure and holy.
Hell’s hold on you was lost that day,
God’s freedom for the lowly.
You are now truly God’s dear child
An heir of heaven undefiled
With crown to cast before Him.
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!
9. This holy bath ... What pow’r displays!
What wondrous grace-filled cleansing;
None on their own can e’er 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.
7. Your nature lost in Adam’s fall,
Corrupt through generations,
Refreshed now in the waterfallA perfect new creation!
The death of death before your eyes:
God’s power must be recognized.
Hell’s demons lie defeated!
10. Plain water cannot wash our sin
Nor clean our inward spirit,
But water with God’s promise can
Bring all the Father wills it.
The water that floods over you
From God’s command has strength imbued.
His Name is placed upon you.
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
Christ’s holiness and His good deeds:
White robes giv’n by His merit.
11. Too precious to repay somehow,
Just grateful thanks we offer.
Christ’s work has been delivered now
To you through Word and water.
Nothing but Christ’s atoning work
In you could kill death’s ugly smirk
You’re now refreshed and holy.
12. Now gladly live as God’s 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 we’ll all employ
To cast our crowns before Him.
Rom 6:3-11, Col 2:11-15, Num 6:27, Mt 28:19-20, Rev 3:12, Ps 51:5-10,
1Pt 3:21-22, Gal 3:27, Acts 2:38-39, 22:16, Mt 5:14-16
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Have Mercy On Me, O My God
139
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.
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1. Have mer cy
2. O
purge me
Ac
O
For
Cre
cor ding
wash me
I
ate
on
now
to
in
ac
in
me,
and
O
I’ll
my
be
God
clean,
Your ten
der
the Blood of
know
me
ledge
a
Love
Christ,
Ac
As
cor
clean
ding to Your
and white as
grace;
snow;
Blot
Make
out
me
trans gres sions
Your glad ness
great;
know;
all
my sin,
clean heart, Lord,
Be
Re
fore
new
my
me
face they
tho rough
stand;
ly;
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A
Re
gainst You
store sal
on
va
ly
tion’s
Ps 51:1-19, Is 43:25-28, Col 2:13-14, Acts 3:18-21
have
joy
I
a
sinned, There’s
gain,
Up
e
vil
hold me
on
ten
my
der
hands.
ly.
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Jesus Sinners Doth Receive
140
Words: Erdmann Neumeister, 1718. Translated by Henry Mills, 1845 (et al).
Music: ’Meinen Jesum Lass‘ Ich Nicht (Darmstadt)’ from Neu-verfertigtes Darmstv‚z|}~ƒ xƒŽ{—˜™€}~’ †š››“
Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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1. Je
2. We
3. As
4. Come,
5. Sa
sus
de
the
then,
vior,
sin
serve
shep
all
now
ners
but
herd
by
I
Who
Par
So
God’s
Wilt
in
don,
hath
own
Thou
sin’s
peace,
Christ
child
mer
de
and
each
ren,
cy
Here
Who
Fain
Think
I
is
with
He’d
on
will
hope for
hum ble
have each
this, and
trust: my
doth
grief
seeks
guilt
come
re
and
to
op
to
ceive;
shame,find
pressed,
Thee:
lu sions live,
life pro claim;
soul in mind,
pure and blest,
show to
me?
all
who
hearts be
wan d’rer
well be
soul
re
grievelievelive:
lieve
lieve!
Well
Yet
His
Je
Great
may
His
lost
sus
my
we
words,
sheep
calls,
sins,
this
rich
that
and
a
And from God and
Here their ills have
And for its
sal
And to
glo ry
Can I
hope to
Je
Je
Je
Je
Me,
sus
sus
sus
sus
a
sin
sin
sin
sin
sin
say
grace
from
He
wear
Hea
per
va
He
find
ners
ners
ners
ners
ner,
ing
re
Him
would
y
ven
fect
tion
would
a
pon
veal
stray
make
bur
wan
heal
pray
take
par
doth
doth
doth
doth
Lord,
re
re
re
re
re
der
ing,
eth,
you
den!
der:
ing
eth;
you;
don?
ceive.
ceive.
ceive.
ceive.
ceive!
6. Rich Thy mercy- strangely good! O how oft have I offended!
But through Thy redeeming blood All my fear of wrath is ended:
Yes I now can witness give: Jesus sinners doth receive!
7. Now my conscience is at peace; From the Law I stand acquitted;
Christ hath purchased my release, And my every sin remitted.
Naught remains my soul to grieve: Jesus sinners doth receive.
8. Jesus sinners doth receive! Happy in His ceaseless favor,
Here for Heaven I will live, There shall live with Him forever,
"Joy in death these tidings give; Jesus sinners doth receive!"
Lk 15:1-7, 7:36-48, 19:1-10, Mt 9:11-13, 1Tim 1:15-16
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Lord Jesus Think On Me
141
CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION
Words: Synesius of Cyrene, circa 430. Translated by Allen W. Chatfield, 1876.
Music: ’Southwell’ William Daman’s Psalter, 1579. Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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
ny’a
mid
the
let
me
floods the
way
care
bat
go
tem
my
op
tle’s
a
pest
sin;
pressed;
strife;
stray;
high;
with
mised
and
ly
Thou
in.
rest.
Life.
way.
nigh!
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 free And
ser vant be And
mi
se
ry
Be
plex it
y
Point
e
ne my, O
6. Lord Jesus, think on me
That, when the flood is past,
I may th’eternal brightness see
And share Thy joy at last.
Ps 51:6-12, Heb 4:15-16, Ps 119:133, Lk 23:42-43, Mt 5:21-37
make
taste
Thou
Thou
Sa
me pure
Thy pro
my Health
the heav’n
vior, be
7. Lord Jesus, think on me
That I may sing above
To Father, Spirit, and to Thee
The strains of praise and love.
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O Lord My Soul Convicted
CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION
142
(also known as Here Lord My Soul Convicted)
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.
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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
pow’r
ted
a
eous
der,
and
stands
larms
ness
Lord!
love,
Of
Have
Can
That
Dis
4
4
break
warn’d
ne’er
Christ
play’d
might’st
wants
plan
ton
faith
ing
me
Thy
hath
to
all
of
bro
to
re
Thou
I
I
ing
in
Mt 22:34-46, Eph 5:15-21
Thy
ap
ken
Thy
bels
pour
see,
see,
day,
crease
ten
proach
law
law
from
Thy
Lost
There’s
Which
To
com
ing
re
re
a
wrath
and
hope
guil
love
mands: And
harms; And
dress;
Yet
stor’d Those
bove!
Do
in
un
of
ty
and
one
done,
par
sin
trust
on
now,
in
ho
Thou,
e
I
don
ners
Thy
me
O
the
nors
O
ter
come
e’en
took
plan
just
Lord,
gos
on
Lord,
nal
to
for
a
of
ly
my
pel
th’a
my
show’r.
Thee.
me.
way.
grace.
8888
Out of the Deep I Cry to Thee
143
CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION
(also known as From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozer Russell (1806-1874).
Music: ’Aus Tiefer Not (Luther)’ or ’Af Dybsens Nœž Ÿ ¡¢£¤ ¥¦¢§¨¡ ©¡ª« ¬¡©¦¡¢ ¬¤­§£¡££ª¤® ¯°±²³
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, hear
our sins
ing
on
the morn
His mer
my
for
my
re
cy
cry
giv
mer
turn
reign
ing:
ing;
it;
eth,
eth;
ply
liv
spi
mourn
tain
ing.
ing.
rit.
eth.
eth.
4
4
In
The
My
My
No
cline
ho
heart
heart
lim
Thy
liest
con
un
it
For
Be
His
Born
He
if
fore
prec
of
the
in
Thy
sure
thus
re
iq
judg
Rock
far
deem
gra
deeds
fides,
doubt
can
Thou
Thee
ious
His
good
ui
ment
is
eth
and
cious ear
can naught
of
Him
ing trusts
His
hand
fix
none
word
Spi
Shep
ty,
fear,
he,
well,
own,
Ps 130, Eph 2:8-9, Rom 5:20-21, 1Tim 1:14
to
a
pos
His
with
Thy
can
as
rit,
herd
Who,
And
Where
And
For
me,
With
vail
Of
sest,
His
might Nor
hold, Where
search
boast
sur
Is
is
ing
him
eth
ra
a
Lord, can
live
on
on
my
on
his
giv
ing
prayer
all
good
in
ev
eye
clear;
me;
el
lone,
to
be
ness
im
il
Thee
ap
fore Thee
stays my
pa
tience
most
ob
On
There
My
In
Who
stand be
fore
Thy com pas
soul
a
bid
God re
pos
all trans gres
all
fore
sol
the
Is
sin
must
ace,
right
rael
and
each
my
Way
will
Thee?
sion.
eth.
eth
sion.
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Out of the Deep I Cry to Thee
CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION
144
(also known as From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Arthur Tozer Russell (1806-1874).
Music: ’Aus Tiefer Not (Strassburg)’ or ’Strassburg’ from K´µ¶·¸¹º »·º¼½¾¿ÀÁÂà ÄÅƼºº¿Àƾà ÇÈÉÈÊ
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
For
Be
His
Born
He
in
Thy
sure
thus
re
cline Thy gra cious
ho liest deeds can
heart con fides, of
heart un doubt ing
lim
it
can His
if
fore
prec
of
the
iq
judg
Rock
far
deem
Thou
Thee
ious
His
good
ui
ment
is
eth
and
fix
none
word
Spi
Shep
ty,
fear,
He,
well,
own,
Ps 130, Eph 2:8-9, Rom 5:20-21, 1Tim 1:14
ear
naught
Him
trusts
hand
Thy
can
as
rit,
herd
Who,
And
Where
And
For
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
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
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
ply
liv
spi
mourn
tain
sin
must
ace,
right
rael
ing.
ing.
rit.
eth.
eth.
and
each
my
Way
will
Thee?
sion.
eth.
eth
sion.
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While O’er Our Guilty Land, O Lord
145
CONFESSION/ABSOLUTION
Words: verses 1-3, Samuel Davies, 1769. alt. verses 4-6, 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.
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4
4
1. While o’er 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,
where
is
spare
plead
pro
all
no
guil
mer
stron
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
fly?
there?
spare
sake,
sin;
Your
we
we
sus’
re
sword,
fall;
turn;
Name.
dress.
To
And
The
And
Blot
O
But
O
We
Your
whom but
must
we
Church which
trust
that
out
O
You
per
You
You
Lord
can
there
our
Your
mise
di
ish
have
will
what
the
de
ty
cy
ger
rect
in
plant
not
we
help
liv’r
coun
for
than
their
des
ed
for
have
less
ance
try,
His
our
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 51:1-19, Ezra 9:5-15, 1Kgs 8:46-53, Job 42:1-6
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At The Lamb’s High Feast
LORD’S SUPPER
146
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.
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4
4
1. At
2. Praise
3. Where
4. Praise
5. Might
the
we
the
we
y
Lamb’s
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
Death’s
Pas
Hell’s
to
His
dark
chal
fierce
our
sac
an
Vic
pow’rs
vic
tor
red blood
gel sheathes
tim, Pas
be neath
ious
for
his
chal
Thee
King,
wine,
sword;
Bread;
lie;
4
4
4
4
Who
Gives
Is
With
Thou
has washed us
His
bo
dy
rael’s hosts
tri
cer
i
sin
hast con quered
in
for
um
ty
in
the
the
phant
and
the
6. Now no more can death appall,
Now no more the grave enthrall;
Thou hast opened Paradise,
And in Thee Thy saints shall rise.
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
èd
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!
7. Paschal triumph, Easter joy,
This alone can sin destroy;
From sin’s 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 19:6-10, Jn 19:34, Ex 12:21-27, Mt 26:26-28, Jn 6:32-35, 1Cor 15:53-57
7 7 7 7 with Alleluia
I Come, O Savior, To Thy Table
147
LORD’S SUPPER
Words: Friedrich C. Heyder, 1710. Translation composite. Music: ’Ich Sterbe TËÌÍ£­§ž ©¡ª«
Emskirchner Choralbuch, 1756. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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
ab
fore
ne
ne
turn
le
Thee,
ver,
ver
ing;
Lord, may Thy
is
heav’n
sin
to
va
To
Look
For
May
So
bo
6.Weary am I and heavy laden,
With sin my soul is sore opprest;
Receive me graciously and gladden
My heart, for I am now Thy guest.
7.Thou here wilt find a heart most lowly
That humbly falls before Thy feet,
That duly weeps o’er sin, yet solely
Thy merit pleads, as it is meet.
8.By faith I call Thy holy table
The testament of Thy deep love;
For, lo, thereby I now am able
To see how love Thy heart doth move.
my
ly
ful
my
tion
sa
on
Thou
see
I,
dy
and
soul;
board
heart,
soul
see
tis
ly
my
Thy
a
Thy
Thou, Bread of
And, as
I
Yet Thou Thy
That
I
through
Who, Lord,
to
fy
un
faith
judg
sin
blood
and
to
ful
ment
ner,
Be
make
Thee,
Shep
take
come
for
my
9.What higher gift can we inherit?
It is faith’s bond and solid base;
It is the strength of heart and spirit,
The covenant of hope and grace.
10.This feast is manna, wealth abounding
Unto the poor, to weak ones power,
To angels joy, to hell confounding,
And life for me in death’s dark hour.
11.Thy body, giv’n for me, O Savior,
Thy blood which Thou for me didst shed,
These are my life and strength forever,
By them my hungry soul is fed.
Life,
low
lamb
will
Thee
a
ly
wilt
ful
in
me
O
herd
its
to
soul
the
lone
bow
ba
sin
faith
art
be
nish
ning
are
whole:
Lord!
art:
toll!
Thee.
high
est good!
12.With Thee, Lord, I am now united;
I live in Thee and Thou in me.
No sorrow fills my soul, delighted
It finds its only joy in Thee.
13.Who can condemn me now? For surely
The Lord is nigh, who justifies.
No hell I fear, and thus securely
With Jesus I to Heaven rise.
14.Though death may threaten with disaster,
It cannot rob me of my cheer;
For He Who is of death the Master,
With aid and comfort e’er is near.
15.My heart has now become Thy dwelling, O blessèd, holy Trinity.
With angels I, Thy praises telling, Shall live in joy eternally.
1Cor 11:23-29, Lk 22:17-20, 7:6, Mk 14:22-25, Mt 26:26-28, Ps 130
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Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior
LORD’S SUPPER
148
(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 (1369-1415). 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 Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: Von Tucher, 1848, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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 God’s
died, His
heed how
dain ty
food is
4
4
wrath
flesh
He
food
to
He
And
Re
Gave
By
for
He
pre
hath
be
saved
with
ceive
to
those
ev
gave
par
gi
tak
er;
us
eth;
ven,
en
us
this
who
die
whose
from
wine,
comes
His
heart
Suf
With
Death
And
By
the
His
un
be
is
f’ring
this
in
for
the
pains no
bread, a
stead of
mis deeds
sick who
pains
pre
worth
lov
sin-
tongue can
quick ’ning
life
shall
thou
hast
are
dis
of
cious
il
ed
o
6. To such grace and mercy turneth
Every soul that truly mourneth;
Art thou well? Avoid this board,
Else thou reapest an ill reward.
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.
7. Christ says: "Come ye heavy-laden,
I your weary hearts will gladden;
They that are yet strong and well,
Despise the best physician’s skill.
9. If thou this believest truly,
And confession makest duly,
Thou a welcome guest art here,
This heavenly food thy soul shall cheer.
tell,
food,
He
done
tressed,
hell.
blood.
y.
Son.
ppressed.
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 5:6-14, Rom 5:9-10, 1Cor 11:23-29, Jn 6:50-57, 1Jn 1:9
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Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior
149
LORD’S 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 (1369-1415) 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 Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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 God’s
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
f’ring
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
ceive 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 sino
6. To such grace and mercy turneth
Every soul that truly mourneth;
Art thou well? Avoid this board,
Else thou reapest an ill reward.
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.
7. Christ says: "Come ye heavy-laden,
I your weary hearts will gladden;
They that are yet strong and well,
Despise the best physician’s skill.
9. If thou this believest truly,
And confession makest duly,
Thou a welcome guest art here,
This heavenly food thy soul shall cheer.
hell.
blood.
y.
Son.
ppressed.
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 5:6-14, Rom 5:9-10, 1Cor 11:23-29, Jn 6:50-57, 1Jn 1:9
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Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
LORD’S SUPPER
150
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.
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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 wingèd
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
Christ
He
That
Al
our God to
will give to
the pow’rs of
le
lu
earth ly
hu man
light de
to
the
earth de
all
the
hell may
ia,
Al
mind ed,
ves ture,
scend eth
pre sence,
scend
fai
va
le
lu
Hab 2:20, Acts 1:10-11, 1Thess 4:16-17, 1Cor 11:23-26, Lk 2:8-15
For
In
From
As
eth,
thful
nish
ia
with bles
the
bo
the realms
with cease
Our
His
As
Al
full
own
the
le
hom
self
dark
lu
sing
dy
of
less
age
for
ness
ia,
in
His
and the
end less
voice they
hand,
blood;
day,
cry:
to
de
heav’n ly
clears a
Lord Most
mand.
food.
way.
High!
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O Lord, I Am Not Worthy
151
LORD’S SUPPER
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.
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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 should’st 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
Mt 8:8, Lk 7:6, 5:8, Is 57:18-19, Is 6:9-10, Acts 2:46-47
com
cere
shel
fill
glo
fort,
ly
ter,
eth
ry,
My
My
For
My
In
spir
wrongs
Thou
soul
heav’n
it healed shall
and sins
de
my
Sa
vior
with heav’n ly
I
Thee ad
be.
plore!
art.
bliss!
mire.
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Thou, Who at Thy First Eucharist
LORD’S SUPPER
152
(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.
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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 d’rers 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
With
By
Back
One
bread,
bread,
bread,
peace
for
ev
sions soon
herd
of
Thy Church
long
draw
to
with
one
one
one
and
er
to
the
a
one,
cease;
sheep,
bove,
ing heart and
ing
all
to
the Church which
Thy saints
in
bo
bo
bo
love
dy
dy
dy
to
be,
be,
be,
be
Grant
Draw
Back
One
us
at
ev
’ry
us
the near
er
to
the faith which
with Thy saints in
soul, "Thy will be
Thee, O Prince of
still that faith doth
one un bound ed
Through
Through
Through
One
this blest sac
this blest sac
this blest sac
with the Trin
Jn 17:11, Eph 4:1-7, 4:11-16, 1Cor 10:16-17, 1:13, Ps 133, 2Tim 4:3-4, Jn 10:11
done."
Peace;
keep;
love;
ra
ra
ra
i
Eu
cha rist
to
each to each, we
saints be lieved of
one
un bro ken
O
Thus
Soon
More
ment
ment
ment
ty
may we
may we
may we
bless èd
of
of
of
in
un
un
un
un
i
i
i
i
say
plead,
old,
peace,
all one
all one
all one
still, in
ty.
ty.
ty.
ty.
10 10 10 10 10 10
To Avert From Men God’s Wrath
153
LORD’S SUPPER
Words: Latin c. 1400, sometimes attr. John Hus. Translated Christian Ignatius Latrobe, 1789.
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.
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4
4
1. To
a
vert from
2. That we nev er
ther each af
3. Hi
4. He
who in self5. But
ex
am ine
men God’s wrath
should for
get
flict
ed
soul
right eous ness
first your case,
Je
sus suf fered
This great Love on
May re
pair, though
Fix
es
a
ny
Whe ther you
be
in
our stead;
us
be stowed,
filled with grief;
hope or
stay,
in
the faith;
4
4
By
He
To
Has
Do
And
All
Fear
To
Then,
an
ig
gave us
the sick,
not
on
you long
no
His
not
a
for
by
His most
who sick and
not, there fore,
the hun gry,
how e’er your
min ious
flesh to
to
the
wed ding
par d’ning
death
eat,
whole,
dress,
grace?
He
and
the
And
Is
pre
cious blood,
need
y
are
but
draw nigh,
wear
y
heart,
soul’s op pressed,
a
full
a
to
drink His
Phy
si
cian
with shame is
your on
ly
Brought
May
Christ
He
Come,
us,
sin ners,
re ceive in
will all your
will food and
you are
a
tone ment
pre cious
brings re
sent
a
hope His
made;
blood;
lief;
way;
death?
nigh to God.
Him
a
share.
wants sup ply.
rest im part.
wor thy guest.
6. He who Jesus’ mercy knows, Is from wrath and envy freed;
Love unto our neighbor shows That we are His flock indeed;
Thus we may in all our ways Show forth our Redeemer’s praise.
1Thess 5:9, Eph 5:6-14, Rom 5:9-10, 1Cor 11:23-29, Jn 6:50-57, 1Jn 1:9
777777
Almighty God Your Word Is Cast
WORD OF GOD
154
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.
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4
4
1. Al
2. Let
3. Let
4. Nor
5. Oft
might y
God, Your
not
the
foe
of
not
the world’s 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
Heav’n
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.
Lk 8:4-15, Mk 4:3-8, 4:13-20, Mt 13:3-9, 13:18-30, Rom 1:16, Lk 4:17-27
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Jesus Loves Me
155
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.
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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 ven’s 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
Yes,
Je
Yes,
Je
Eph 3:17-18, Jn 15:12-13
to
a
and
sus
sus
Him
way
died
loves
loves
be
my
for
long;
sin,
me,
They
Let
I
me!
me!
are weak, but
His
lit
tle
will hence forth
Yes,
The
Bi
Je
sus
ble
tells
He
is strong.
child come in.
live
for Thee.
loves
me
me!
so.
7 7 7 7 10 11
Lamp of Our Feet
WORD OF GOD
156
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.
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3
4
1. Lamp
2. Bread
3. Pil
4. Pole5. Rich
of
of
lar
star
es
our
our
of
on
in
feet! where
souls! where
fire- through
life’s 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!
’ler’s
the
our
to
tress
way!
sky.
stay!
sound!
tow’r.
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
heav’n ly
in
we
toss
ing
course we
pil
grim’s
6. Our shield and buckler in the fight!
Vict’ry’s triumphant palm!
Comfort in grief! in weakness, might!
In sickness, Gilead’s balm.
grace!
read
barkkeep;
shade;
Brook by
the
Of realms be
Our
an
chor
Our deep seaThe
sol dier’s
trav
yond
and
lead,
for
9. Word of the ever-living God!
Will of His glorious Son!
Without Thee, how could earth be trod?
Or Heaven itself be won?
7. Childhood’s preceptor! manhood’s trust!
Old age’s firm ally!
Our hope-when we go down to dust,
Of immortality.
10. Yet to unfold thy hidden worth,
Thy mysteries to reveal,
That Spirit which first gave thee forth,
Thy volume must unseal!
8. Pure oracles of truth divine!
Unlike each fabled dream
Given forth from Delphos’ mystic shrine
Or groves of Academe!
11. And we, if we aright would learn
The wisdom it imparts,
Must to its heavenly teaching turn
With simple, child-like hearts!
Ps 119:105, 2Pt 1:19-21, Jn 1:1-5, 1:14, 5:24, 17:17, Deut 8:3, Lk 1:1-4, 4:32, 1Cor 1:18, Col 3:16, 1Pt 1:25, 1Jn 1:1-3
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That Men a godly Life Might Live
157
WORD OF GOD
(also known as These Are the Holy Ten Commands)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Dies sind die heil‘gen 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.
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4
4
1. That man
2. I
am
3. By
id
low
4. Hal
5. Give to
a
thy
le
the
thy
god
ly
life
God and Lord
word and speech
day which God
par ents 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
Up
With
But
That
So
give
own;
vain;
rest;
too;
By
On
And
Keep
And
on
the mount
all
thy heart
what God doth
God may so
shalt thou have
His
My
praise
hand
help
true
great
not
and
them
Si
na
i.
love thou Me.
say and do.
work in
thee.
length of
days.
ser
mer
aught
heart
when
Have
vant
cy
as
from
their
Mo
ven
good
la
strength
ses,
ture
and
bor
de
mer cy,
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.
9.Bear not false witness, nor belie
Thy neighbor by foul calumny;
Defend his innocence from blame,
With charity hide his shame.
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.
10.Thy neighbor’s 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.
8.Steal not; oppressive acts abhor;
Nor wring their life-blood from the poor;
But open wide thy loving hand
To all the poor in the land.
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.
high
thee,
true
free,
cays
Lord.
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 20:1-17, Deut 5:6-21, 1Tim 2:5-6, Ps 60:11-12
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The Gospel Shows The Father’s Grace
WORD OF GOD
158
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.
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6
4
1. The
2. It
3. It
4. It
5. It
Gos
sets
brings
is
bears
pel shows the
the Lamb be
vior’s
the Sa
the pow’r of
to all
the
Fa
fore
right
God
ti
ther’s
our
eous
to
dings
grace, Who
eyes, Who
ness Our
save From
glad And
sent
his
made th’a
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
firm ly clings To
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 1:16-17, 1Jn 4:9-10, Heb 9:28
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The Law Of God Is Good And Wise
159
WORD OF GOD
Words: Matthias Loy, 1863. Music: ’Erhalt Uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort’ from Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, 1543.
Setting: "Concordia KinderchÎwƒÏ’ †›Ðѓ
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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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
the
may
what
ror
us
way
see
deeds
in
for
sets
know
would
will
ho
4
4
His
ledge
in
ful
li
eous
e
de
re
to
will
of
works
ly
ness
be
our
of
in
con
ness,
state
light
sounds
die
fore
sin
love
sin
demns
And
And
And
And
And
Ps 19:8, Rom 3:19-26, Rom 2:12, Ex 18:20
our
ful
a
re
us
eyes,
hearts,
bound
main,
all;
dooms
seek
should
keeps
has
Shows
That
It
Its
It
to
de
be
their
no
death
liv
done
wick
pow’r
us
we
shows
ter
dooms
when
’rance
as
ed
to
we
ere
good
ness
jus
trans
too
and
in
ti
of
our
are
their
our
right
lost
His
ear
sin
gress.
late.
right.
bounds.
fy.
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Wilt Thou, O Man, Live Happily
WORD OF GOD
160
(also known as Man, Wouldst Thou Live All Blissfully)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Mensch, Willt du Leben Seligich’ attr. Martin Luther. Found in Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 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. 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
Our
My
Work
Keep
Nor
ter
thee
time
mo
with
nal
ly,
mis lead;
of need:
ther be;
false tongue;
God
king
in
sa
grudge
Him self
dom then
thy heart
cred thy
him aught
Ex 20:1-17, Deut 5:6-21, Ps 90:1
bid
thou
on
mar
he
The
Thy
Hal
Kill
Thy
ten
heart
low
no
neigh
deth
shalt
that
riage
hath
us.
be.
day.
bed.
got.
com
shall
the
man:
bor’s
mand ments keep, for
trust
a
lone in
Sab bath, that
I
e
ven
an
ger
wife de
sire thou
Kyr’
e
lei
thus
Me,
may
dread;
not,
son!
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All Hail The Power Of Jesus’ Name
161
REDEEMER
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.
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4
4
1. All
2. Let
3. Crown
4. Crown
5. Ye
hail the pow’r of
high born ser
aphs
Him, ye morn ing
Him, ye
mar tyrs
seed of
Is
rael’s
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
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
rael’s might, and
sse’s Rod, and
His grace, and
di
a
dem, and
tunes their choir, and
rael’s might, and
Is
Je
sse’s Rod, and
by
His grace, and
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
crown
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Him
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
of
of
of
of
of
all.
all.
all.
all.
all.
of
of
of
of
of
all.
all.
all.
all.
all.
6. Hail Him, ye heirs of David’s 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 ne’er 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 crownèd Lord of all.
And shout in universal song the crownèd Lord of all.
Phil 2:9-11, Rev 5:9-14, Heb 2:9, Phil 2:9-10, Rev 19:16
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Alleluia, Sing To Jesus!
REDEEMER
162
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.
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3
4
1. Al
2. Al
3. Al
4. Al
le
le
le
le
le
le
le
le
lu
lu
lu
lu
Hark!
Though
Int
Thou
the
the
er
with
Je
Shall
Where
Thou
sus
our
the
on
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
He
here
born
the
is
the
of
tri
near
sin
Mar
umph,
us,
ful
y,
peace
sight
Friend
veil
ful
re
of
hast
Zi
on
ceived Him
sin
ners,
en
tered,
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;
ry
a
ques
tions
day
to
Hea ven Thy
lone.
how;
day:
throne:
3
4
Al
Al
Al
Al
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
songs of
cloud from
ces
sor,
in
the
out
hearts
songs
earth
of
for
of
both
Is 66:1, Rom 15:9, Jas 5:13, Rev 14:2-3
ev
get
all
priest
ery
His
the
and
na
pro
sin
vic
His
faith
flee
Earth
tion
mise,
less
tim
the
be
to
Thy
thun
when
Earth’s
robed
has
"I
sweep
in
vic
to
lieves, nor
Thee from
foot stool,
der
the
Re
in
re
am
ac
the
like
a
for
ty
deem er,
flesh our
might y
days were
plead for
great High
deemed us
with
you
ross
the
Eu
char
by
ev
crys
ist
flood.
o’er
me,
Priest;
His
er
tal
ic
blood.
more"?
sea.
feast.
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Beautiful Savior
163
REDEEMER
(also known as Fairest Lord Jesus)
Words: German Jesuits, published 1677. Translated by Joseph A. Seiss, 1873.
Music: ’Crusader‘s 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.
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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
flow’rs
spark
God
and
of
ling
and
tru
ly I’d
Je
sus is
Je
sus shines
Praise, a dor
So 6:10, Mt 6:29
Son
bloom
stars
Son
serve
pur
pur
a
of
ing
on
of
Thee,
er,
er
tion
Man!
spring;
high;
Man!
Light of
my
He makes our
Than all the
Now and for
Tru
Je
Je
Glo
soul,
sor
an
ev
ly
I’d
sus is
sus shines
ry and
my
r’wing
gels
er
joy,
spi
in
more
love
fair
bright
ho
my
rit
the
be
Thee,
er,
er,
nor,
crown.
sing.
sky.
Thine!
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Crown Him With Many Crowns
REDEEMER
164
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.
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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
gin’s
of
of
of
crowns,
Son,
God,
life,
peace,
the
the
be
who
Whose
Lamb
up
on
God
in
car
fore
the
worlds
tri
umphed o’er
pow’r
a
scep
His
nate
be
the
ter
throne.
born,
gan,
grave,
sways
4
4
Hark!
Whose
And
And
From
How
arm
ye
rose
pole
A
Fruit
Who
His
His
wake,
of
ev
glo
reign
And
The
And
Who
Fair
hail
root
takes
died
flow’rs
the heav’n ly
son
those crim
who tread where
vic
tor
ious
to
pole, that
my
the
ery
ries
shall
Him
whence
and
e
of
soul,
mys
grief
now
know
an
tro
He
in
wars
and
tic
hath
we
no
as
thy
mer cy
bears them
ter
nal
ra
pa
them
phies
hath
the
may
sing
rose,
known
sing,
end,
match
ev
for
life
dise
less
er
His
to
ex
drowns all
won which
trod, crown
strife
for
cease, and
of
as
that
Who
and
mu
now
Him
those
all
Him
of
wrings
died,
round
King through
flows, the
own, that
bring, and
tend their
sic
His
the
He
be
who
that
the
and
His
all
e
Babe of
all
in
lives that
fra grance
but
its
brow
a
Son
of
came to
prayer and
died
rose
hu
rose
pierc
for
the
man
on
ed
ter
ni
Beth le
Him may
death may
ev
er
own.
dorn;
Man;
save.
praise.
thee,
stem;
breast,
high,
feet
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.
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.
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.
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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From Nazareth
165
REDEEMER
Words: Margaret E. Sangster, 1911. 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, 2013 Revision.
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3
4
1. Comes
2. Comes
3. One
4. O
5. For
a
a
touch
ci
He
ny
ny
u
ty
who
good
good
pon
of
dwelt
from
from
His
the
in
as
Na
bit
old
hand
of
za
ter
and
and
old
rene,
years.
gray,
brain,
Na
Na
gar
Car
Na
za
za
ment’s
pen
za
reth?
reth?
fringe
ter,
reth,
The
Be
Still
U
And
scorn
hold,
heals
pon
wrought
ful
the
the
the
with
3
4
cha
might
hurt
hill
toil
jeer
Lord
de
pain
y
llenge
y
of
slope
of
ing
of
mons
and
to
breath
From
death, Through
cringe,
He
stir
Turns
faith
Un
Jn 1:43-51, Mk 5:25-34, 1:32-34
cloi
warr
gives
yearn
til
stered
ing
the
ing
the
Is
The
Be
The
A
cells
a
wine
eyes
day
flung
Lord
fore
world
lone
and
ges
of
on
He
on
of
Him
a
gives
marts
walks
joy
thee
come
man
life,
yet
mong
vic
of
se
for
to
a
y’a
the
the
its
tor
gold.
rene.
tears.
day.
gain.
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Hallelujah, What a Savior!
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166
(also known as Man of Sorrows)
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 Heav’n ex
Then
a
new
His
to
with
can
al
song
re
His
it
ted
we’ll
claim. Hal
blood.
be?
high.
sing:
Is 53:3, 1Jn 2:1-2, Heb 4:14-16, 1Tim 2:5-6, Jn 19:30, Heb 12:1-2
le
lu
jah!
What a
Sa
vior!
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I Need Thee Every Hour
167
REDEEMER
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.
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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
I
need
O
bless
Heb 4:16, Phil 4:6
der
tions
ly
rich
me
voice like
lose their
and
a
pro mis
Thine in
Thee, O
me
I
now, my
Thine
pow’r
bide,
es
deed,
Can
When
Or
In
Thou
need
Thee;
Sav
ior,
peace
Thou
life
me
bless
Ev
I
af
art
is
ful
ed
’ry
come
hour
ford.
nigh.
vain.
fill.
Son!
I
need
to
Thee;
Thee!
10 10 7 6 11
Jesus, King of Glory
REDEEMER
168
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
sin,
truth,
brace;
ours,
strife,
By
All
For
Through
Grant
glo
ry,
Thy child ren
we wor ship
thy glo
ry
ing val iant
the heav’n ly
Thy
thy
the
Thy
us,
Spi
lov
pure
cross
with
cry.
thee;
see;
ly.
day;
rit
ing
and
to
the
help
guid
ho
con
faith
throned a bove the
sky,
Par
Ce
For
Lov
When
us
ance
ly
quer
ful,
don our trans
le brate thy
the loved ones
ing Sa
vior,
our course is
heav’n
Of
Who
craf
palms
gres
good
rest
streng
fin
ly
life
our heed
be hold
ty
ev
and crowns
Je sus, ten der
Sa
to
less
thy
il
of
vior,
sions,
ness,
ing
then
ished,
win.
youth.
face,
powers.
life.
cleanse
Mer
In
these
end
us
cy,
thy
weak
ed
from
grace,
dear
hearts
all
our
and
em
of
the
Je sus, King of
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 12:1-15, Mt 19:28, Ps 24:8
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Jesus Shall Reign
169
REDEEMER
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
e’er
prayer
ev
e’er
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
shore
fume
shall
ter
A
to
shall
pro
nal
dam
shore
rise
claim
rest,
boast
Till
With
Their
And
More
run;
head;
song;
chains,
more;
moons
ev
ear
all
bless
shall
ery
ly
the
ings
His
His
And
The
In
wax
morn
bless
sons
than
king
Name,
in
wear
Him
dom
like
fant
y
the
and
ing
ings
of
their
stretch
sweet
voic
find
tribes
wane
sac
on
want
fa
no
ri
His
are
ther
from
per
es
e
of
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 9:9-10, Ps 72:8, Rev 22:3-5, 15:3-4, 1Cor 15:22-28, Is 9:6-7, Mk 1:34-39
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Jesus, Thy Boundless Love To Me
REDEEMER
170
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
sence
pre
Thee
a
pain,
hast
reign
joy,
e’er
in
pour
clare;
lone!
flies;
spire.
showed;
with
my
thy
my
est
Lord,
heart
may
all
heart
I
re
I
my
im
out
trea
heal
soul
forth
U
Oh,
Care,
Oh,
For
nite
may
an
may
me,
a
sure,
ing
like
Thy
live;
move;
see,
care
press,
6.More hard than marble is my heart,
And foul with sins of deepest stain;
But Thou the mighty Savior art,
Nor flowed thy cleansing blood in vain;
Ah soften, melt this rock, and may
Thy blood wash all these stains away!
my
Thy
guish,
Thy
on
ri
and
beams
heav’n
guilt
My
My
No
To
Nor
thank
love
sor
love
the
val
my
a
ly
less
self
ev
thing
guard
aught
ful
pos
row,
my
a
heart
sess
melt
hope
ccur
with
me
a
re
sed
there.
crown!
rise.
fire!
blood;
To
All
O
And
Thy
Thee
cold
Je
day
wounds
to
ery
de
this
shall
Thee,
act,
sire
sa
the
dear
word,
or
cred
lov’d
7.O that I, as a little child,
May follow Thee, and never rest
Till sweetly Thou hast breathed
Thy mild And lowly mind into my breast!
Nor ever may we parted be,
Till I become as one with Thee.
Thee
whole,
way
new
tree,
And
My
Wher
Burn
Thou
a
ness
sus,
and
u
lone,
from
no
night
pon
dear
my
thing
be
my
Lord,
thought,
seek,
treas
stamp
I
be
but
ure
ef
give.
love.
Thee!
there.
face.
8.Still let Thy love point out my way;
How wondrous things Thy love hath wrought!
Still lead me, lest I go astray;
Direct my word, inspire my thought;
And if I fall, soon may I hear
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 6:19-21
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Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly Splendor
171
REDEEMER
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
heav’n
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
faith’s dis
there Thine
full
ness
y
might
Al
le
Je
Thou
We
Clean
Je
sus,
art
in
sing
sus,
lu
true
here,
wor
souls
true
strong
cern
an
un
in
De
ment
gels
dim
ter
ia!
and li
we ask
ship join
from ev
and li
Al
ving
not
with
ery
ving
fend
pray
hail
in
ces
er,
we,
Thee,
ished
sion,
Now
Lest
Branch
Shall
Grace
lu
ia!
le
Bread!
how.
them.
stain.
Bread!
Je
Thou
We
Clean
Je
sus,
art
in
sing
sus,
lift up
Your
we fail
to
and Flow’r of
for ev
er
and peace for
Al
true
here,
wor
souls
true
and
we
ship
from
and
le
peo ple’s head.
know You now.
Jes se’s stem.
more re main.
us
to win.
lu
li
ask
join
ev
li
ia!
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 1:5-6, Jn 6:47-51, Rev 5:11-14, 7:9-17, Rom 3:24-25, 1Cor 5:7
8 7 8 7 Alleluias 7 7
No, Not One!
REDEEMER
172
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. There’s
2. No
3. There’s
4. Did
5. Was
not
friend
not
ev
e’er
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
not
not
not
not
not
one!
one!
one!
one!
one!
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
soul’s
meek
love
would
home
Je
sus knows all
our
There’s not a
a
bout
friend like the
low
dis
and
can
not
in
eas
low
cheer
take
heav
es,
ly,
us,
him?
en?
strug gles,
ly
Je sus,
Jn 15:13-15, Is 41:8-10, Mt 11:19, 28:20, Heb 13:5, Pr 18:24, Mk 1:40-45
No,
No,
No,
No,
No,
He
No,
will guide till the
not
one!
no,
no,
no,
no,
no,
not
not
not
not
not
day
is
no,
not
one!
one!
one!
one!
one!
done;
one!
10 6 10 6 9 8 10 6
None Other Lamb
173
REDEEMER
Words: Christina Rossetti, 1892. Music: ’Rossetti’ William Jeater, 1907.
Setting: "The Hymnal" (Presbyterian), 1911.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 110
3
2
1. None oth
er
2. My
faith burns
3. Lord, Thou art
Lamb,
low,
life,
none oth
er
my hope burns
though I
be
name,
low;
dead;
None oth
On
ly
Love’s fire
er
my
Thou
3
2
hope
heart’s
art,
in Heav’n or
de
sire
cries
er
how ev
place from
of
its
place to
guilt
want
lay
and
and
my
earth
out
cold
or
in
I
sea,
me
be:
shame,
woe,
head,
Jn 1:29, Rev 5:6, Job 40:6-14, Ps 73:25, 81:6-10, Jn 14:23, 2Cor 5:1-5, Acts 4:12
None
oth
er
By
the
deep
Nor Heav’n have
None
Cries
Nor
be
out
home,
side
to
but
hi
thun
I,
ding
der
nor
Thee!
Thee.
Thee.
8 10 10 4
O Be Glad All Nations on Earth
REDEEMER
174
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
3
3
3
2
3
1. O
2. Great
3. When
4. Lo,
be
and
shall
that
glad,
all
vel
mar
Heav’n and
day
shall
na
ous
Earth
come
tions
are
to
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
all
Lamb,
trum
be
Your
its
pet
praised;
ways;
Light?
sound;
He
is
Name they
end
the
death’s chains
raised.
praise.
night?
bound.
3
2
3
3
3
3
He
is
All the
When shall
Then the
crowned, the
na
tions
all
the
saints
will
3
3
An gels
An gels
An gels
Let us
bow
bow
bow
all
ing
ing
ing
bow
King
bow
saints
cease
of
in
be
their
glo
ry,
wor ship,
ga thered,
groan ing,
At God’s
King of
and
that
Nev
er
3
down
down
down
down
be
be
be
be
fore
fore
fore
fore
Him,
Him,
Him,
Him,
Sing
Sing
Sing
Sing,
ing
ing
ing
O
hand
Your
shall
by
3
3
3
3
right
kings,
Day
more
with
with
with
sing
3
the
the
the
th’e
heav’n
heav’n
heav’n
ter
ly
ly
ly
nal
throng;
throng;
throng;
song;
3
3
3
3
El
ders
El
ders
ders
El
Work in
cast
cast
cast
hope
ing
ing
ing
un
crowns
crowns
crowns
til
be
be
be
we
fore
fore
fore
meet
3
Him,
Him,
Him,
Him,
Sing
Sing
Sing
And
ing
ing
ing
we
an
an
an
join
e
e
e
the
ter
ter
ter
heav’n
nal
nal
nal
ly
song.
song.
song.
throng.
3
Ps 117, Ps 67:2-4, Rev 4:4-11, Rev 7:9-12, Rev 15:3-4
87878787
O For A Thousand Tongues
175
REDEEMER
Words: Charles Wesley, 1740. Music: ’Azmon’ Carl G. GlÒÓÔÕÖ ×ØÙØÚ ÛÔÜÜÝÞßà áâãÔää åæÓâÞÖ ×ØçèÚ
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.
= 200
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
pow’r 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 er’s
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
ner’s
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
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.
13. I found and owned His promise true,
Ascertained of my part,
My pardon passed in heaven I knew
When written on my heart.
7. In Christ your Head, you then shall know,
Shall feel your sins forgiven;
Anticipate your heaven below,
And own that love is heaven.
14. Look unto Him, ye nations, own
Your God, ye fallen race;
Look, and be saved through faith alone,
Be justified by grace.
8. Glory to God, and praise and love
Be ever, ever given,
By saints below and saints above,
The church in earth and heaven.
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.
9. On this glad day the glorious Sun
Of Righteousness arose;
On my benighted soul He shone
And filled it with repose.
16. Awake from guilty nature’s sleep,
And Christ shall give you light,
Cast all your sins into the deep,
And wash the Æthiop white.
10. Sudden expired the legal strife,
’Twas then I ceased to grieve;
My second, real, living life
I then began to live.
17. Harlots and publicans and thieves
In holy triumph join!
Saved is the sinner that believes
From crimes as great as mine.
11. Then with my heart I first believed,
Believed with faith divine,
Power with the Holy Ghost received
To call the Savior 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.
12. I felt my Lord’s atoning blood
Close to my soul applied;
Me, me He loved, the Son of God,
For me, for me He 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 96:1-3, 1Pt 1:18-19, Rev 5:11-13, Eph 2:8-9, Lk 7:7
grace!
name.
peace.
me.
lieve.
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O The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus
REDEEMER
176
Words: S. Trevor Francis, 1875.
Music: ’Ebenezer’ or ’Ton-Y-Botel’ 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
3
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
meas
praise
ev
ured,
from
ery
full
ne
ha
ness
ver,
ven
bound
shore
love
less, free!
to shore!
the best!
ov
nev
giv
er me!
er more!
ing rest!
3
8
4
3
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
3
3
Un der
How He
O the
3
neath me,
watch es
deep, deep
all ar
o’er His
love of
Lead ing
How for
And it
ound me,
loved ones,
sus,
Je
is the
died to
’tis a
on ward,
them He
lifts me
lead ing
in
ter
up
to
cur
rent
call them
heav’n of
of
Thy
all
His
heav’ns to
love
own;
me;
3
3
3
3
3
home
ce
glo
ward
deth,
ry,
to Thy
watch eth
for
it
glor
o’er
lifts
ious
them
me
rest
from
up
a bove!
the throne!
to Thee!
3
Eph 3:17-18, Rom 11:33-36, Ps 36:6, 1Tim 1:12-17
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One Thing’s Needful
177
REDEEMER
Words: Johann H. Schr΂ƒw’ †š›‰“ éwŽ{Žzƒ‚ ê‘ ëwŽ{}ƒ ì“ íyî’ †Ñ Žz“
Music: ’Eins ist Not’ Adam Krieger (1634-1666). 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
thing’s
wilt
were
my
dom’s
need
thou
Mar
long
high
ful:
this
y’s
ings,
est
then,
one
thoughts
heav’n
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
ceal’d
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 ous
ov
er
na
ture
At
her
Sa vior’s
Sa vior! come and
Of
my will 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
er
is
was
will
er
de
de
re
I
be
riv
light
veal
quit
train
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,
God’s
hear
love
steps
last
per
ing
I
shall
ing
fect
the
will
in
3
4
happ
full
les
fol
wis
i
ness
sons
low
dom
ness
the
that
Thee,
for
ev
heart
Christ
ne’er
ev
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
Lk 10:41-42, Mk 4:19-20, Phil 4:5-7, 3:7-11, Mt 6:25-34, 5:16, Col 2:13-14, Heb 9:13-14, Ps 23:1-6
one
wor
earth
Spi
Christ
thing
thi
ly
rit
have
all
est
con
and
this
8 7 8 7 12 12 11 11
REDEEMER
loss
lot
cerns
life
know
177(2)
can
and
she
is
ledge
re
the
for
Thy
di
quite
best,
got,
Word,
vine,
And
My
And
And
The
teach
One
all
is
full
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 I’ll bring before my God;
In his sight I’ve acceptation
Only through Thy streaming blood:
Immaculate righteousness now I’ve 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 forgo,
And Thy life, O Jesus! alone let me know.
8. Where should else my hopes be centered?
Grace o’erwhelms me with its flood;
Thou, my Savior, once hast enter’d
Holiest heaven through Thy blood:
Eternal redemption for sinners there finding,
From hell’s dark dominion my spirit unbinding,
To me perfect freedom Thy entrance has brought,
And childlike to cry, "Abba, Father," I’m 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 fix’d determination,
Root out all hypocrisy:
Look well if on sin’s 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 10:41-42, Mk 4:19-20, Phil 4:5-7, 3:7-11, Mt 6:25-34, 5:16, Col 2:13-14, Heb 9:13-14, Ps 23:1-6
8 7 8 7 12 12 11 11
Praise My Soul The King Of Heaven
178
REDEEMER
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.
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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
mer’s
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;
ises
to
our
ing
and
sing:
bless.
foes.
on,
space.
2
4
Ran somed,
Praise Him
In
His
But while
Sun
and
A
A
A
Praise
A
Ps 103:1, 145
lle
lle
lle
Him,
lle
healed,
still
hands
mor
moon,
lu
lu
lu
Praise
lu
re
the
He
tals
bow
ia!
ia!
ia!
Him,
ia!
stored,
same
gen
rise
down
A
A
A
Ha
A
for
as
tly
and
be
lle
lle
lle
lle
lle
giv
ev
bears
per
fore
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
en,
er,
us,
ish
Him,
ia!
ia!
ia!
jah
ia!
Ev
Slow
Res
Our
Dwell
Praise
Glor
Wide
Praise
Praise
er
to
cues
God
ers
the
ious
ly
the
with
more
chide,
us
lives
all
His
and
from
un
in
ev
in
yet
High
us
er
His
His
E
the
pra
swift
all
chang
time
last
faith
mer
ter
God
ing
ful
cy
nal
of
King.
ness.
flows.
One!
grace.
878787
The Galilean Fishers Toil
REDEEMER
179
(also known as Come Blessed Jesu Come)
Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1865, alt.
Music: ’Old 137th’ or ’Norwich’ from Day’s 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,
won drous spoil
all
is
still,on
the
tree
joy
ful cheer
will
a
bound
is
the
was
they
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,
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,
4
4
But
But
The
But
When
Je
Je
pen
sud
sin
sus
sus
i
den
and
comes,- a
comes and
tent
up
ly
with
row
sor
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
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
are
in
vain and
round us
howl, and
tress
o
deep dis
loose our bands and
to
Thee pray
to
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
Lk 5:1-11, 23:39-43, 18:8, Jn 21:1-14, 6:16-21, 20:19-23, Mt 26:33-35, 26:69-75, Acts 20:29-30
ed
ed
us
ly
ed
Je
Je
Je
Je
Je
sus
sus
sus
sus
sus,
then!
hear.
grace!
Peace!
Come!"
86868686
The Lily of the Valley
180
REDEEMER
(also known as I’ve Found a Friend in Jesus)
Words: C. W. Fry, 1881, alt.
Music: ’Salvation’ or ’The Lily of the Valley’ William S. Hays, 1881. Setting: Ira D. Sankey, 1887.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
= 100
6
8
1. I’ve
2. He
3. He’ll
found a friend in
all my grief has
ne ver, ne ver
Je sus, He’s
ta ken, and
leave me, nor
ev ery thing to
all my sor rows
yet for sake me
me, He’s the
borne; In temp
here, So
I
fair est of ten
ta tion He’s my
live by faith and
6
8
thou sand to my
strong and might y
do
His bless ed
All I
From my
With His
soul;
tow’r;
will;
need to cleanse and
heart for now He
man na He
my
The
I’ll
A
Li ly of the
all for Him for
wall of fire a
make me ful ly
keeps me by His
hun gry soul shall
whole.
pow’r.
fill.
Val ley,
in
sake now, I’ll
bout me, I’ve
In
Though
When
In
Him a lone I
all my
i dols
no thing now to
see
tear
fear,
sor
row He’s my
all
the world for
crown’d at last in
com fort,
sake me,
glo ry,
row He’s my
com fort,
sor
in
and
I’ll
trou ble He’s my
Sa tan tempt me
see His bless ed
stay; He
sore, Through
face, Where
tells me ev ery
Je sus I shall
ri vers of de
care on Him to
safe ly reach the
light shall ev er
roll.
goal.
roll.
He’s the
He’s the
He’s the
Li ly
Li ly
Li ly
in
trou ble He’s my
stay;
tells me ev ery
care on
roll.
He’s the
Li ly
of the
Val ley, the
He
Bright and Morn ing
Star, He’s the
Hos 14:4-9, Rev 22:16, Jn 3:29, Is 53:3-6, Heb 13:5-6, 2Tim 4:8
Him to
fair est of ten
thou sand to my
soul.
7 6 11 7 6 11 7 6 10 8 6 11
We Know Thee Who Thou Art
REDEEMER
181
(also known as Prayer After Pardon)
Words: William Bright, 1865.
Music: ’Sellinge’ John Pyke Hullah, 1868. Setting: "Hymns Ancient and Modern", 1904.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. We
2. That
3. Brought
4. We
5. We
know Thee who Thou
sac
red fount of
home from ways per
dare not
ask
to
know Thee who Thou
art,
grace,
verse,
live
art,
Lord
’Mid
At
Hence
Our
Je
sus,
Ma
ry’s
all
the
bliss
of
peace Thine arms with
forth from
tri
als
deem ing
own
re
Son;
Heav’n,
in,
free;
Lord;
4
4
We
Has
We
But
Be
know
joy
pray
oh!
Thou
the
when
Thee,
when
by
yearn
e’er
shield
next
will,
ings
we
us
they
and
of
seek
from
tempt
mind,
Heb 2:14-15, 13:20-21, Phil 1:6, Mk 1:23-28, Lk 4:33-37
Thy
Thy
the
us,
and
heart
face,
curse
give
heart,
To
And
Of
More
Ac
end
kneel
fall
strength
cep
Thy
to
ing
to
ted,
work
be
back
cling
loved,
be
for
to
to
a
gun.
giv’n.
sin.
Thee.
dored.
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By Grace I’m Saved
182
JUSTIFICATION
Words: Christian L. Scheidt, 1742. Translated by Matthias Loy, (1828-1915).
Music: ’O Dass Ich Tansend Zungen’ Johann Balthasar Kðñòóô õö÷øù
Setting: "The Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal" (Ohio Synod), 1908.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2007 Revision.
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1. By
2. By
3. By
4. By
5. By
grace
grace!
grace!
grace
grace!
I’m
our
mark
His
this
Why
The
When
Hadst
What
tremb
might
Sa
thou,
saints
lest
y
tan
dam
have
His
That
What
Was’t
What
Word
He
rea
not
all
is
by
son
that
our
savedworks
well
Son,
ground
thou
Sa
threats
na
penned
true
death
ne’er
He
faith
grace
are
this
on
of
with
vior,
with
tion
by
then
re
can
thy
must
free
all
phra
earth
our
ter
long
pride
just
in
this
deems
com
wel
rest
and
re
se’s
ap
sal
bound
ject
mean
pear
va
ror
ex
o’er
ly
spi
ground
pec
ween
fear
ra
must
our
pre
fare
u
be:
race,
hend
sought,
pon,
less!
ed,
ing,
ing,
tion
less?
ted,
ing,
ing,
tion,
By
And
It
And
Is
My
All
When
Vouch
As
heart,
claims
sin
safed
long
be
of
rolls
be
as
Has
ev
er
To
us this
When troub led
Done aught to
What God to
grace
we
pleas
but
grace,
there
are
es
by
free
liev’st
me
sor
neath
God
thou
rit
rows
thy
is
this
pass
o’er
woe
true
God
a
false
bliss ful
truth
con science sighs
ren der
Him
our poor soul
is
a
saved
a
God
by
grace de
grace through
crown
lone
grace
liv’r
His
hood
has
for
thy
se
for
by
to
ance
dear
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.
8. By grace the timid hearts that languish,
Find access to the Father’s 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!
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.
9. By grace! on this in death I’ll rest me,
Rejoicing e’en 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.
or
for
thy
to
en
not?
naught;
breast,
bend;
dures:
taught?
brought,
rest:
friend?
cures,
thee.
grace.
send.
wrought?
Son.
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 2:4-9, Titus 3:4-7, Is 64:6, Rom 3:23-24
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Christ My King On High
JUSTIFICATION
183
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.
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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
my
Lord
al
hands
clothed
to
ways
I’m
in
come.
be.
sure.
white.
me
for
se
burn
so.
me.
cure,
bright,
How
God,
Safe
heav
I
Great
in
en’s
God
high
mer
King,
who
with
its
His
4
4
4
4
long
Judge,
Tri
hosts
for
just
une
all
clothes
Christ’s
giv’n
vic
me
Great
to
’try
Eph 2:6, Ps 32:1-5, Jn 14:1-6
bright,
Pledge
me.
won.
wraps
ne
I
Come,
me
ver
now
pure
pure
more
hear
Bride
Bless
Sealed
Christ’s
See
in
shall
Him say,
be
my
on
great
the
heav’n’s
death
"Whom
hold
Great
I
I’m
the
Light.
dread.
pleased."
Son.
7777
Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice
184
JUSTIFICATION
Words: Martin Luther, 1523. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854, alt.
Music: ’Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit’ from Klug’s 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 tan’s 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
o’er
stain
mea
pass
ing,
me;
éd;
sure;
ion;
4
4
And with
u
Sin
was
my
Free will
a
He thought u
Then go,
bright
Pro claim the
Deep er
and
Grief drove me
He turn’d to
From sin
and
vic
li
but
heal
him,
t’ry
ving
to
my
that
won;
hell,
die,
smart
he
ni
tor
gainst
pon
je
ted
ment
God’s
his
wel
won
deep
to
me
sor
Right
So
To
He
May
heart
night
judg
ten
of
ders
er
des
a
row
and
and
ment
der
my
voice
day,
fought,
ness
crown,
God hath
still
I
pair, and
Fa ther’s
set
him
dear
firm
hell
gave
live
1Pt 1:6-9, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:1-3, 2Tim 1:9-10, Gal 4:4-5, Rom 3:28
ly
ly
I
his
with
And
There
And
To
And
ho
in
dead
save
bring
done,
fell,
I
heartfree,
it
sin
fast
best
thee
ly
my
to
was
to
rap
mo
good
his
man
How
Life
Had
Not
Slay
hath
po
was
and
for
cost
ssessed
sink
dear
ev
ture
ther
re
good
sal
sing
bore
main
pleas
va
ing,
me.
éd.
ure.
tion;
his right arm
was
be come
no thing left
small the
cost
bit
ter death
the
a
me
to
for
him.
me.
ing.
est.
er.
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JUSTIFICATION
184(2)
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 servant’s form like mine he wore, To bind the devil captive.
7.To me he spake : cling fast to me, Thou’lt 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.
1Pt 1:6-9, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:1-3, 2Tim 1:9-10, Gal 4:4-5, Rom 3:28
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Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice
185
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 tan’s 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
o’er
stain
mea
pass
ing,
me;
éd;
sure;
ion;
4
4
And with
u
Sin
was
my
a
Free will
He thought u
Then go,
bright
Pro claim the
Deep er
and
Grief drove me
He turn’d to
From sin and
vic
li
but
heal
him,
t’ry
ving
to
my
that
won;
hell,
die,
smart
he
ni
tor
gainst
pon
je
ted
ment
God’s
his
wel
heart
night
judg
ten
of
won ders
deep er
to
des
me
a
sor row
and
and
ment
der
my
voice
day,
fought,
ness
crown,
God hath
still
I
pair, and
Fa ther’s
set him
Right
So
To
He
May
dear
firm
hell
gave
live
1Pt 1:6-9, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:1-3, 2Tim 1:9-10, Gal 4:4-5, Rom 3:28
ly
ly
I
his
with
And
There
And
To
And
done,
fell,
I
heartfree,
ho
in
dead
save
bring
ly
my
to
was
to
How
Life
Had
Not
Slay
it
sin
fast
best
thee
hath
po
was
and
for
rap
mo
good
his
man
sing
bore
main
pleas
va
ing,
me.
éd.
ure.
tion;
his right arm
was be come
no thing left
small the cost
bit
ter death
the
a
me
to
for
cost
ssessed
sink
dear
ev
ture
ther
re
good
sal
him.
me.
ing.
est.
er.
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JUSTIFICATION
185(2)
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 servant’s form like mine he wore, To bind the devil captive.
7.To me he spake : cling fast to me, Thou’lt 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.
1Pt 1:6-9, 1Jn 4:14, Ps 98:1-3, 2Tim 1:9-10, Gal 4:4-5, Rom 3:28
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My Neighbor
186
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
vior’s
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
life’s
not
ther
erings
my
road
save
side
vain,
dust,
with
and
I’ve
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 I’m free; Blood, Water, Spirit plead for me,
The Ark of God, the Inn of Grace Where I behold my Father’s 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 10:30-37, 6:36, Rom 5:12-19, 3:21-26, 13:8-10, Mt 20:26-28, 5:43-48,
Eph 5:1-2, Pr 14:21, Lv 19:17-18, Is 64:6, 2Tim 3:16-17
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O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High
JUSTIFICATION
187
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;
fan
low
tar
hun
works
ta
er
ry
gered
He
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
the
the
and
temp
and
Son
robe
Man
ta
signs
of
of
with
tions
and
3
4
thought
or
was
fast
dai
God, should
hu
man
man would
sharp He
ac
tions
and
of
to
and
ly
take
frame
be
knew;
thus
Our
And
The
For
Still
sy,
place,
here;
sore,
wrought;
mor
He
space
us
seek
6. For us to wicked men betrayed,
Scourged, mocked, in crown of thorns arrayed,
For us He bore the cross’s death,
For us at length gave up His breath.
tal
Him
of
the
ing
That
But
And
For
By
form
self,
thir
temp
not
God,
wore
God
us
words
for
to
ty
ter
Him
mor tals’
this world
years and
o
ver
self,
but
sake!
came.
three.
threw.
us.
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, virgin-born to Thee!
All glory, as is ever meet
To Father and to Paraclete.
Eph 3:14-21, 1Jn 4:7-10, Rom 8:38-39, 1Pt 5:6-7
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Rock of Ages
188
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
law’s
cross
close
in
de
I
in
Thee;
mands;
cling;
death,
ed side which
for ev
er
to Thee for
Thy judg ment
flowed,
flow,
grace;
throne,
6
4
Let
the
Could my
ked,
Na
When I
wa
zeal
come
soar
Be
All
Foul,
Rock
sin
sin
to
A
of
for
I
of
ter and
no res
to Thee
to worlds
the
could
the
ges,
doub
not
foun
cleft
the
pite
for
un
le
a
tain
for
blood,
know,
dress;
known,
From
Could
Help
See
cure;
tone;
fly;
me,
Save from
Thou must
Wash me,
Let
me
Ps 89:26, Deut 32:1-4, Hab 1:12, Jn 19:34, 1Cor 10:4, Heb 9:13-14
Thy
my
less
Thee
wound
tears
look
on
wrath
save,
Sa
hide
and make me
and Thou a
vior, or
I
my self in
pure.
lone.
die.
Thee.
777777
Salvation Unto Us Has Come
JUSTIFICATION
189
(also known as To Us Salvation Now Is Come)
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
God’s
none
God
held
free
to
His
its
grace and
Him could
Law had
sway un
fa
ren
gi
cea
vor;
der
ven
sing;
help and save us
man, the vile
of
by their works gain
guilt was e’er
in
ne
fend
Hea
crea
ver.
er.
ven.
sing.
lone,
sires
bright
dart
for
rit
the
if
4
4
Good
Caused
So
The
works
wrath
sin
task
Faith
Our
The
None
looks
flesh
Law
can
world
Law
sin
guile
a
re
to
ful
can not
a
and woe on
ners could them
was use less
to
Je
has not
is
but
re move
tone;
quires,
light
heart?
5.Yet as the Law must be fulfilled
Or we must die despairing,
Christ came and hath God’s anger stilled,
Our human nature sharing.
He hath for us the Law obeyed
And thus the Father’s 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.
He
And
That
So
vert
ev
selves
and
our doom, They
ery hand For
re deem And
in vain, Our
sus
those
a
sin’s
is
lost
lurks
deep
Christ
pure
mir
pois
our
is
with
is
a
de
ror
oned
one
our
in
our
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 conscience-stricken;
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.
Eph 2:1-10, Rom 3:10-31, 5:1-11, Gal 4:1-25, Lk 6:47-49
Who
The
To
Or
Re
con
our
cor
did
spi
bring
pur
deem
di
na
ru
all
of
in
y
the
the
bred
our
er.
tion.
ture.
ption.
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.
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Today Thy Mercy Calls Me
190
JUSTIFICATION
(also known as Today Your Mercy Calls Us)
Words: Oswald Allen, 1861, alt.
Music: ’Anthes’ Friedrich K. Anthes, 1847. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2008 Revision.
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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,
te’er
I
may have
par
don
for
their
round the heav’n ly
heart and eyes run
been;
sin;
gates;
o’er?
4
4
How
Shall
The
What
ev
find
bless
shall
How
The
No
When
ev
er
long
past shall
be
will
ques tion
all things seem
Thy
A
Al
I
er
a
èd
I
great my
Fa ther’s
an
gels
do
with
from
for
be
a
blood, O Christ, can
fu
ture grace be
though I
oft have
know one gate
is
Is 1:18, Lk 15:20-24, Heb 9:14, Jn 10:9
tres
wel
ga
out
mer
got
asked
gainst
wash
pro
wand
o
pass, wha
come, and
ther
a
thee when
cy
ten,
me,
me,
I
a
how
to
me, and
mised, a
ered, it
pen, one
may
pre
of
drive
have turned a
sent
joy
be
ten
I
have
me
to
des
way,
given;
come;
pair,
make me clean to
glo rious crown in
is
my
Fa ther’s
ear will hear my
day.
Heav’n.
home.
prayer.
76767676
Abide With Me
CROSS AND COMFORT
191
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.
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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 life’s lit
beg, a
pass ing
as
the King of
ear ly youth didst
tide;
day;
word;
kings,
smile;
The
Earth’s
But
But
And,
dark
joys
as
kind
though
ness
grow
Thou
and
re
4
4
deep
dim;
dwell’st
good,
bell
fail
all
cend
heart
oft
ens;
its
with
with
ious
Lord
glor
Thy
heal
and
and com forts
a round I
ing, pa tient,
ery
for
ev
as
I
left
with me
a
ies pass a
ci ples,
dis
ing
in
Thy
per verse mean
flee,
see;
free.
plea?
Thee,
bide.
way;
Lord,
wings,
while,
Help
of
the
O
Thou who
Come not
to
Come, Friend of
On
to
the
When
Change
Fa
Tears
Thou
help
chan
so
sin
close,
less,
gest
journ,
ners,
O
o
and
mil
for
hast
O
not,
but
and
Lord,
ther
de
iar,
all
not
a
a
a
thus
a
help
cay
con
woes,
left
bide
bide
bide
bide
bide
with
with
with
with
with
ers
in
des
a
me,
me.
me.
me.
me.
me.
6. I need Thy presence every passing hour.
What but Thy grace can foil the tempter’s 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 death’s 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.
Heaven’s morning breaks, and earth’s vain shadows flee;
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.
Lk 24:29, Ps 63:6-8, 73:23-26, 1Cor 10:13
10 10 10 10
Amazing Grace
192
CROSS AND COMFORT
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.
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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
now
grace
safe
Por
in
a
my
al
my
tal
wretch
fears
rea
hope
life
am
ap
thus
tion
the
like
re
dy
se
shall
found;
pear
far,
be,
veil,
me!
lieved;
come;
cures;
cease,
Was
The
And
As
A
6. The earth shall soon dissolve like snow,
The sun forbear to shine;
But God, Who called me here below,
Shall be forever mine.
Jn 9:25, Eph 2:4-9
blind,
hour
grace
long
life
I
How
’Tis
He
I
but
I
will
as
of
once
pre
grace
will
shall
now
first
lead
life
joy
was
cious
hath
my
pos
I
be
me
en
and
lost,
did
brought
Shield
sess,
but
that
me
and
with
see.
lieved.
home.
dures.
peace.
7. When we’ve been there ten thousand years,
Bright shining as the sun,
We’ve no less days to sing God’s praise
Than when we’d first begun.
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Be Still My Soul
CROSS AND COMFORT
193
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.
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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 hast’n 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
In
All
Who
Sor
So
ev
now
comes
row
shall
of
He
the
er
Thy
ery
my
to
for
He
thy heav’n ly
and winds still
sus can
re
and tears are
of life
di
Ps 46:10, Rom 2:3-5
grief
has
vale
with
Lord
or
the
of
the
on
pain.
past.
tears,
Lord.
high;
change, He
ster
ious
soothe thy
got,
love’s
view
thee
Friend
know
pay
past
vine
Leave
Thy
Then
When
Ac
faith
shall
sor
pur
with
ful
be
row
est
a
Through
His
From
All
Through
to
hope,
shalt
dis
know
thy
thy
thou
a
ledge
will
re
bright at
and
thy
joys
re
well pleased
thorn
voice
His
safe
pass
y
Who
own
and
ing
God
to
fi
con
bet
ter
ppoint ment,
Him
in
main.
last.
fears.
stored.
eye.
ways
ruled
full
bless
clouds
leads
them
ness
èd
shall
or
dence
know
grief
all
der
let
His
and
thy
and
no
love,
fear
words
pro
thing
His
are
and
Be
Be
Be
Be
Be
still,
still,
still,
still,
still,
my
my
my
my
my
soul:
soul:
soul:
soul:
soul:
to
while
all
we
but
a
He
He
shall
more
joy
dwelt
takes
meet
bright
ful
be
a
at
ly
vide;
shake;
heart,
gone,
ways,
thy
the
thy
when
the
best,
waves
Je
change
Sun
end.
low.
way.
last.
shine.
10 10 10 10 10 10
Beneath The Cross Of Jesus
194
CROSS AND COMFORT
Words: Elizabeth C. Clephane, 1868.
Music: ’St. Christopher’ Frederick C. Maker, 1881. Setting: "Bristol Tune-Book", 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
tried
fur
times
bid
my
and
ther
can
ing
stand,
sweet,
side
see
place;
in
a
wear
Hea ven’s jus
gapes both deep
suf
fered there
sun
shine of
y
tice
and
for
His
land;
meet!
wide
me;
face;
4
4
The
O
The
The
I
sha
tryst
dark
ver
ask
A
As
And
And
Con
home with in
the
to
the ho
ly
there be tween us
from my strick en
tent
to
let
the
From the
So
A
The
My
dow of
a
ing place where
ness of
an
y
dy
ing
no
o
ther
burn
seems
watch
won
sin
Pr 14:26, 1Cor 1:17-18, Gal 6:14
ing
my
man
ders
ful
of
the
Sa vior’s
set
to
of
re
self my
might y
rock with
Hea ven’s love and
aw
ful grave that
form of
One Who
sun shine than the
wild er
pa
tri
stands the
heart with
world go
noon
cross
guard
deem
on
ness, a
arch that
cross two
tears two
by
to
tide heat,
to
me,
the way
ing love
ly shame,
rest
u
pon
the
won drous dream was
arms out stretched to
won ders
I
con
know no
gain
or
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
way,
giv’n,
save
fess;
loss,
day.
heav’n.
grave.
ness.
cross.
76868686
Blessed Assurance
CROSS AND COMFORT
195
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 èd 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,
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.
9
8
Heir of sal
An gels de
Watch ing and
This is
va tion, pur chase of
scend ing bring from a
wait ing, look ing a
my
stor
y,
this is
my
song,
Prais ing my
Sa
vior,
This is my
stor
y,
this is my
song,
Prais ing my
Sa
vior,
Heb 10:21-23, Ps 71:24, Rom 5:1
all the day
all
the day
long;
long.
9 10 9 9 9 9 9 9
Blind Bartimaeus
196
CROSS AND COMFORT
Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, alt, 1842.
Music: ’Fillmore’ Jeremiah Ingalls (1764-1828). Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
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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
say
The
Ra
"O
"It
blind
bbi,
Je
is
man’s
re
sus,
a
call
"Go
call
go
eth
thy
eth
of
"He
swers,
He
waits:
peace!"
hands?"
y,
He
But
And
Re
Christ
cry
store
Je
ny,
thee;
way,
thee!"
Mk 10:46-52, Lk 18:35-43, Phil 4:5-7, 1Pt 2:24
hears
still,
he
call
the
a
re
those
crowd;
bove
plies,
migh
he
the
"O
ty
hears
nois
give
voi
of
is
the
sus
Naz
shrill
blind
pi
a
and
man’s
ty
reth!"
loud:
sight."
me!"
And
Un
And
"Cou
calls
til
Je
rage!
"O
Cour
Thy
"Thy
Je
age!
faith,
faith,
sus,
a
thy
thy
Je
rise!
faith
faith
sus
He
hath
hath
pi
call
sa
sa
a
y
me
ces
in
they
sus
a
ty
eth
vèd
vèd
breath
crowd,
light!
three-
tones
say,
an
rise!
me!"
thee!"
thee."
thee."
888888
Come, Ye Disconsolate
CROSS AND COMFORT
197
Words: verses 1-2 Thomas Moore, 1816. Verse 3 Thomas Hastings, 1831.
Music: ’Consolator (Webbe)’ Samuel Webbe, 1792.
Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged" (Episcopal), 1896.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. Come,
2. Joy
3. Here
ye
of
see
dis
the
the
con
des
Bread
so late,
o late,
of Life;
wher
light
see
’er
of
wa
ye
the
ters
fer
fade
pure
vent
less
from
ly
and
a
lan
stray
flow
guish;
ing,
ing
4
4
Come
Hope
Forth
Here
Here
Come
Earth
"Earth
Earth
to
of
from
the
the
the
bring your
speaks the
to
the
has
has
has
mer
pen
throne
woun
Com
feast
no
no
no
cy
i
of
seat,
tent,
God,
ded hearts,
fort er,
of love;
here
ten
come,
tell
der
ev
sor
sor
sor
that
that
but
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
row
row
row
Jn 6:33-59, 7:37, Mt 11:28-30, Is 55:1-3, 53:5, Hos 14:4, Jn 14:16-17, 14:26, Rev 22:1
your
ly
er
can
can
can
kneel.
pure,
bove;
an
say
know
not
not
re
guish;
ing,
ing
heal.
cure."
move.
11 10 11 10
It Is Well With My Soul
198
CROSS AND COMFORT
(also known as When Peace Like a River)
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.
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4
4
1. When
2. Though
3. My
4. For
5. But,
peace,
Sa
sin,
me,
Lord,
like a
tan should
oh, the
be
it
’tis for
ri
buf
bliss
Christ,
Thee,
ver, at
fet, though
of this
be
it
for Thy
ten
tri
glo
Christ
com
deth my
als should
ri
ous
hence to
ing
we
way,
come,
thought!
live:
wait,
When
Let
My
If
The
sor
this
sin,
Jor
sky,
rows
blest
not
dan
not
taught
help
bear
death
voice
me to
less es
it
no
as
in
of the
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
Refrain
say,
tate,
more,
life
Lord!
It
is
And hath
Praise the
Thou wilt
Bless èd
well,
with my
It
is
well,
shed
Lord,
whis
hope,
soul,
well,
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.
Heb 6:17-19, Jn 14:27-28, Is 26:3, Rom 5:1
it
is
His own
praise the
per
Thy
bless èd
with my
well,
blood
Lord,
peace
rest
with
for
O
to
of
It is
well,
my
my
my
my
my
it
is
soul.
soul.
soul!
soul.
soul!
It
is
well with my
soul.
soul,
Note that this hymn is sometimes published without the refrain
11 8 11 9 6 9
My Song Shall Be Of Jesus
CROSS AND COMFORT
199
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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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
My
My
And
song shall be
song shall be
when my soul
Who
I’ll
A
gave
sing
song
Him
the
of
Ps 34:1, Is 12:1-6, 1Tim 2:5-6
cup with
mind His
home shines
bless
good
glo
of Je
of Je
shall en
self my
grace that
praise to
ings
ness,
rious
sus
sus,
ter
ran
saves
Je
som
me,
sus
and
and
in
the
what
the
and
and
I’ll
pre
ev
ma
tunes my heart to praise
makes my joy com plete;
pure and per fect day.
cious Lamb
er
ills
ny man
of God
be fall,
sions fair,
bought me with His blood
tri
umphs o
ver all.
sing
for
ev
er there.
76767676
Nearer, My God, To Thee
200
CROSS AND COMFORT
Words: st. 1-2 by Sarah F. Adams, 1841. st. 3-5 by Hervey D. Ganse (1822-1891).
st. 6 by Edward H. Bickersteth, Jr. (1825-1906).
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,
rais
rest
ing
lest
gels
eth
a
for
with
have
me,
stone.
me!
me!
trod.
6
4
E’en
Dark
Who
Who
Not
Still
Yet
Streng
Grant
Here
Near
5. Then
though
ness
to
with
by
all
in
then
me
where
er,
ev
it
be
the
my
the
be
o
cross
lo
vi
a
ver
didst
ving
sioned
cross
me,
come,
Lord
steeps
my
my
my
thy
thy
song
dreams
wil
fel
cross
shall be,
I’d
be
ling feet,
low ship!
I
see,
my
er
God,
more
to
to
Thee,
be
that
my
Dy
Dwel
An
near
near
Hold
Help
Je
Near
Near
er,
er,
me
me
sus,
er
er
my
my
in
each
I
to
to
God,
God
ser
day
wait
to
to
vice
to
for
Thee.
Thee.
sweet
keep
thee,
Thee!
Thee!
6. There in my Father’s home, safe and at rest,
There in my Savior’s love, perfectly blest; Age
after age to be, nearer my God to Thee.
Eph 2:13-22, Heb 7:16-19
64646664
CROSS AND COMFORT
Rejoice, My Heart, Be Glad and Sing
201
(also known as O Lord I Sing with Lips and Heart)
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653. Translation composite.
Music: ’Ich Singe dir mit Herz’ Johann Balthasar KúÞÝßÖ ×ûçØÚ
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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 sing,
A
He
thy Joy, Thy
In
blank des pair,
truth and pow’r Watch
plans in
vain, Ne’er
cheer ful
trust main
Life and Light and
rest less thought the
o’er 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 shall re
and great Re
thy bur dens
ed
ills
a
py
end ing
6.Upon thy lips, then, lay thy hand
And trust His guiding love;
Then like a rock thy peace shall stand
Here and in heav’n above.
12.Who is it life and health bestows?
Who keeps us with His hand
In golden peace, wards off war’s woes
From our dear native land?
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.
13.O Lord of this and all our store
Thou art the author blest;
Thou keepest watch before our door,
While we securely rest.
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.
14.Thou feedest us from year to year,
And constant dost abide;
With ready help in time of fear,
Thou standest at our side.
9.For what have all that live and move
Through this wide world below
That does not from Thy bounteous love,
O Heav’nly Father flow?
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.
10.Who built the lofty firmament?
Who spread th’expanse of blue?
By whom are to our pastures sent
Refreshing rain and dew?
16.When silent woe thy bosom rends,
His pity sees thy grief,
Supplies what to His glory tends
And to thine own relief.
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?
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.
main.
ward.
light.
way?
makes.
18.Our deepest needs dost Thou supply,
Thou giv’st what lasts for aye.
Thou lead’st us to our home on high,
When hence we pass away.
Ps 8:1-9, Ps 27:1-6, Mic 7:18-19, Ps 73:25-26
8686
The Old Rugged Cross
202
CROSS AND COMFORT
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.
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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
suff’r
ttrac
beau
proach
and
a
and
a
best
bove
died,
way,
ing and
tion for
ty
I
glad ly
shame;
me;
see,
bear;
For
a
To
To
Where His
cher ish the old rug ged
I will
world
bear
par
glo
of
it
don
ry
cross,
cling to the old rug ged
Gal 6:14, Jn 7:7, 2Tim 4:8
And I
For the
For ’twas
Then He’ll
lost
to
and
for
love
dear
on
call
sin
dark
sanc
ev
ners
Cal
ti
er
Till my
cross,
that old
Lamb of
that old
me some
And ex
cross
God
cross
day
was
va
fy
I’ll
tro phies at
where
left
Je
to
the
His
sus
my
slain.
ry.
me.
share.
last
dear est
glo
ry
suf fered
home far
So
I
lay
change it some day for a
I’ll
down;
crown.
12 8 12 9 9 9 9 9
Christ Returneth
END TIMES
203
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.
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1. It
2. It
3. While
4. Oh,
may
may
hosts
joy!
be at
be at
cry Ho
oh, de
dark
chance,
saints
sad
ness
that
and
ness,
and
the
the
no
sha
black
an
dread
full
blaze
ha
Lord
ness
of
lo
in
of
His
of
to
glo
glo
glo
glo
O
Lord
Je
turn eth! Hal le
morn, when the
mid
day,
it
san
na, from
light! should we
dow
ness
gels
and
ry
ry,
ry,
ry,
sus, how
lu
is
of
at
no
break
mid
tend
cry
To re
When
Will
When
long,
jah! Hal le
how
lu
Acts 1:10-11, 1Cor 15:51-57, 1Thess 4:15-17, Rev 22:20, 1:7
day is
a
may be at
hea ven de
go with out
ing
night
ing,
ing.
That
Will
With
Caught
ceive
Je
Je
Je
from
sus
sus
sus
long
jah!
A
the
re
re
re
Ere we
men.
wak
twi
scen
dy
ing,
light,
ding,
ing,
When
It
With
No
Je
sus
burst
in
grace on
up through
will
to
His
the
world
ceives
ceive
ceives
shout the
Hal le
sun light through
may be,
per
glo ri
fied
sick ness, no
come
light
brow,
clouds
"His
"His
"His
"His
glad
lu
jah!
in
in
like
with
the
the
a
our
own."
own."
own."
own."
song,
Christ re
A
men.
12 12 12 7 14 14 6
Day of Wrath, O Day of Mourning
204
END TIMES
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.
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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
Through earth’s
Where
in
Who
for
Caused Thy
filled
sep
all
me
won
the
ul
hath
be
drous
4
4
pro
chers
been
in
in
2. Oh,
4. Death
6. When
8. King
10. Faint
phet’s
it
re
ter
car
warn
ring
cord
ced
na
what
is
the
of
and
Judge de scend
is
a
wa
raign
deed ar
tion send
va
suff ’ring bought
ing,
eth,
ed;
ing
tion;
fear
struck
Judge
ma
wear
eth
king,
eth,
us,
me;
Heav’n
All
Thence
When
Leave
man’s
and
His
jest
y
and
be
shall
the
me
bo
na
seat
y
Thou
On whose sen
To
its Judge
No thing un
Fount of
pit
Shall such grace
11.Righteous Judge, for sin’s 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!
earth
fore
judg
just
not
som
ture
at
tre
hast
tence
an
a
y,
be
in
the
ment
are
to
rend
qua
tain
men
sought
all
an
venged
then
vain
eth
king;
eth
dous,
me,
Rev 6:12-17, Rev 20:11-15, Mt 24:15-28, Mt 25:31-46, Ps 49:1-20
es
it
a
cy
pro
When
All
And
Who
On
de
pend
swer ma
re
main
be friend
ly brought
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.
17.Low I kneel with heart submission, See, like ashes,
my contrition; Help me in my last condition!
ash
throne
be
mer
re
burn
bring
ward
need
ba
from
cre
each
dost
the
ing.
eth.
ed.
ing?
tion!
Heav’n
a
hid
free
cross
the
tion
den
sal
of
eth!
king.
eth.
us.
me?
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.
18.Day of sorrow, day of weeping, When, in dust no
longer sleeping, Man awakes in Thy dread keeping!
888888
The Apostle Looked and Heard a Voice
END TIMES
205
Words: Anthony Robertson, 2005. Music: ’Addison‘s’ 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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4
4
1. Th’A
2. They
3. These
pos tle looked and
sigh no more, gone
ken
words are spo
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
"There’ll
There’ll
Come
be
be
see
No
The
Come
more
death
en
no
the
E
more
end
ter
no war or
no sin and
His face, His
dis
of
ter
feel
of
nal
Rev 5:6, 7:14-17, 21:3-7, 22:17-20
gave
more
for
praise These
loss, Gone
all,
For
foe
to fight, No
no more stain, Un
hands, His feet, Come
tress,
death,
in
faint.
curse.
Day.
saints
no
done
No
The
Then
no
no
while
more
more
still
more
end
Je
re
the
you
be
of
sus
words were heard in
are their doubts and
all
who come, for
sear ing sun,
known is
sick
quench your thirst,
straint,
hearse,
may,
weak,
grief,
bring
No
The
Then
no
the
E
no
ness,
par
their re
frain.
all their dross.
all who call.
dread of night;
gone is pain;
take the Feast,
more
end
Je
be
of
sus
more
end
ter
feel
of
nal
weak,
grief,
bring
faint.
curse."
Day.
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The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us
206
END TIMES
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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3
4
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
ber
ry
with
a
in
wed
deem
sis
crowns
mu
ding
er’s
ters
of
sic’s
guests!
face,
dear,
gold
voice;
our
His
ap
un
re
breasts;
grace;
pear;
told,
joice;
in
ly
be
ing
His
store,
band,
came,
love,
praise,
3
4
May
Who
Love
And,
With
not
leads
ev
to
hearts
May
The
We
Will
The
all
pa
all
wel
an
That
A
As
And
And
we,
pos
Lord
deck
bring
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
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
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
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.
Mt 25:6, Rev 21:2
slum
glo
we
part
shall
binds
by
them
bliss
God
found
ho
Man
end
sing
find
les
bless
realms
heav’n
the
tial
His
a
ly
door.
land.
Name.
bove.
lays.
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.
76767676
The Day is Surely Drawing Near
END TIMES
207
Words: BartholomüÀº ýþ½¾ÿ¼¸WÅà ÇÈ ÈÊ Æ¼½º¸¼Å·W ¿ Âþ¸¸þµ Ê ·Å·Æà ÇÉà ¼¸ÅÊ
Music: ’Es ist Gewisslich an der Zeit’ from Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.
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4
4
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
God’s
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
All mirth
But
all
And
ev
With shame
I
will
still
bound
they
stern
made
in
less
have
com
me
maj
in
done,
pised
Book
and
that
ery
and
not
crease,
pow’r
been,
mand
free
es
their
both
His
of
ty
graves
great
prec
Life,
ap
are
and
ious
oh,
laugh ter
then
live shall
in
heart be
clear
trem bling they
doubt; I
trust
As
Be
In
To
And
Scrip
changed
thoughts
Sa
from
pear,
As
found Shall
small, When
Word, And
may
My
shall
that
ly
will
in
ture
at
and
tan
all
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.
cease
hour,
seen,
stand,
Thee,
tru
His
words
be
con
Judge
from
he
loved
name
of
their
on
their
be
all
sleep
earth
earth
al
When
By
And
And
From
ly
com
and
de
dem
teach
mand
ac
liv
na
ap
a
was
ly
so
flames
the
all
at
Sa
point
wa
dwell
trea
writ
on
Al
be
the
tan
ed.
ken.
ing;
sures!
ten!
flames
might
known
Judg
Thou
will
y’s
as
e’s
hast
eth.
ing.
tions.
ered.
tion.
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 20:11-15, Lk 21:25-36, Mt 25:32-46, 2Tim 4:1, Rev 13:5-9, 1Thess 4:13-18
8787887
There’s a Great Day Coming
208
END TIMES
Words: Will L. Thompson, 1886.
Music: ’Theres a Great Day Coming’ Will L. Thompson, 1886. Setting: "Alexander’s Hymns No. 3", 1915.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.
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4
4
1. There’s a
2. There’s a
3. There’s a
great day
bright day
sad
day
com ing,
com ing,
com ing,
A
A
A
great day
bright day
sad
day
com ing, There’s a
com ing, There’s a
com ing, There’s 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?
Are
you rea
dy?
pp
Are
you
rea
dy?
mf
Are
Are
you
rea
dy
for
the
judg
ment
day?
pp
you rea dy?
Are
Mt 25:31-46, Mt 25:1-13, Mt 24:36-44, Mk 13:33-37
you rea dy?
For
the judg
ment
day?
11 9 14 13 13 13
Wake, Awake, for Night Is Flying
END TIMES
209
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 heav’ns a dore
ing;
ing,
Thee,
A wake, Je ru sa lem, at last!
She wakes, she ri ses from her gloom;
With harp and cym bal’s clear est tone;
And
at
the thril ling cry re
The strong in grace, in truth vic
Where we are with the choir im
The Bride groom comes, a wake;
Ah come, Thou bless ed One,
Nor eye
hath seen, nor ear
And
We
but
for
fol
we
His mar
low till
re joice
riage feast pre
the halls we
and sing to
Mt 25:6, Rev 21:2, Mt 24:36-44, Mk 13:33-37
joi
tor
mor
The watch men on the heights are cry
And all
her heart with joy
is spring
And saints and an gels sing be fore
Mid night hears the
wel come voi
For her Lord comes down all glo
Of
one pearl each shin ing por
ces;
ious.
tal
Your lamps
God’s own
hath yet
pare
see
Thee
ing:
ing;
Thee,
ces
rious,
tal,
Come forth, ye vir gins, night is past;
Her Star is ris’n, her Light is come.
Of
an gels round Thy dazz ling throne;
with glad ness take;
be
lo
ved Son:
a ttained to hear
For
Where
Our
ye must go
Thou hast bid
hymn of
joy
A
lle lu
A
lle lu
What there is
ia!
ia!
ours,
and meet Him there.
us
sup with Thee
e
ter nal ly.
89889866488
Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken
210
HEAVEN
Words: John Newton, 1779, alt.
Music: ’Austria (Haydn)’ or ’Austrian Hymn’ Franz Joseph Haydn, 1797.
Setting: "The Evangelical Hymnal with Tunes", 1880.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 100
4
4
1. Glo
2. See,
3. Round
4. Sav
rious things of
the streams of
i
each hab
ior,
if
of
thee
liv
ta
Zi
are spo
ing wa
tion ho
on’s ci
ken,
ters,
v’ring,
ty
Zi
on
ci
ty
Spring ing
from E
See
the
cloud and
I,
through grace, a
of
ter
fire
mem
our
nal
ap
ber
God;
Love,
pear,
am,
4
4
He,
Well
For
Let
On
Who
Thus
Fa
Whose Word can
supp
ly
thy
a
glo ry
the world de
the Rock
can faint,
de riv
ding is
of
while
ing
the
not be bro
ken
sons and daugh ters,
and a
co
v’ring:
ride or
pi
ty,
A
such
from
world
With
sal
va tion’s
Grace, which, like the
Safe they feed up
Sol
id
joys and
Ps 87:1-7, 48:1-3, Is 12:1-6, Rev 22:1-5
walls
Lord
on
last
ges found
a
riv
their ban
ling’s pleas
sur
the
the
ing
round
Giv
man
trea
ed,
er
ner
ure,
ed,
er,
na,
sure
Formed
And
Show
I
What
Ev
Light
All
thee
all
ing
will
can
er
by
his
for
fear
that
glo
shake
will
night,
boast
Thou mayst smile
Nev
er
fails
Which He
gives
None but
Zi
His
of
the
ry
thy
their
and
ed
at
from
them
on’s
Own a
want re
Lord is
in Thy
bode:
move:
near.
Name:
sure
thirst
shade
pomp
re
as
by
and
pose?
suage?
day,
show:
all thy
age to
on their
child ren
foes.
age.
way.
know.
87878787
Hark, Hark, My Soul!
HEAVEN
211
Words: Frederick W. Faber, 1854. Arranged and alt. by Mike Hosken, 2014.
Music: ’Finlandia’ Jean Sibelius, 1899. Setting: from Jean Sibelius, 1900.
copyright: public domain. All alterations to the lyrics are placed into the public domain by
the author on 20 Jan 2014. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
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4
4
1. Hark! hark, my
2. And
through the
3. Faith’s jour neys
soul!
dark,
end
an
its
in
gel ic songs are
ech oes sweet ly
wel come to
the
swell ing
ring ing,
wear y,
O’er earth’s green
The mu
sic
And Heav’n, the
fields
of
heart’s
4
4
and
the
true
o
cean’s wave- beat
leads us
Gos pel
home will come at
Of that new
The voice of
Sing us sweet
life
Je
frag
when
sus
ments
we hear them
sands meek ly
the night of
sing,
steal ing,
weep ing,
shore:
home.
last.
How sweet the
Far, far
a
An gels, sing
sin shall be
no
sounds o’er land and
of
the songs a
Lk 2:13-14, 15:10, Rev 7:16, 21:4, 2Cor 5:1-5
"Come, wear y
Kind Shep herd,
And life’s long
truth those
way, like
on, your
more!
sea,
bove;
souls,
turn
sha
bless èd strains are
bells at ev’n ing
faith ful watch es
On ward we
And la
den
Till morn ing’s
for
their
dows
tell ing
peal ing,
keep ing,
go,
souls,
joy
Je sus bids you
wear y steps to
break in cloud less
for
by
shall
still
thou
end
come";
Thee.
love.
10 10 10 10 10 10
Jerusalem the Golden
212
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 èd
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 God’s 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 y’an
them that
èd
bless
knows no
I
The
And
Je
O
know
Prince
they
sus,
ha
not,
is
are
in
ppy
O
ev
with
mer
ret
What
The
And
Who
For
ra
pas
won
art,
mor
dian
tures
for
with
tals
cy
of
them
God
and
I
er
their
cy
ri
of
the
for
the
for
pla
an
tri
coun
end
tion
gel,
umph,
try,
ing,
know
in
Lea
bring
bu
not,
them,
der,
us
tion!
glo
bless
ev
Fa
sin
Rev 21:18-23, 2Cor 4:17-18, Rev 7:9-17, Is 60:19-20
ry,
èd
er
ther,
ners,
sink
and
the
that
the
what
the
who
to
Short
what
are
their
and
a
heart
all
song
ea
tear
joys
day
con
that
toil,
and
the
of
ger
less
voice
mar
them
hearts
life,
a
light
quered
dear
e
bliss
be
decked in
gleam ing
Spir
it,
man sion
wait
is
in
land
ter
yond
glor
robes
ev
with
op
tyr
that
ex
is
pressed.
throng;
feast;
pect!
there.
us
ser
the
of
nal
there,
ene.
fight,
rest,
rest;
com
ious
of
er
the
pare.
sheen.
white.
blessed.
blest.
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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.
212(2)
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!
E’en now by faith I see thee, e’en here thy walls discern;
To thee my thoughts are kindled, and strive, and pant, and yearn.
11. Jerusalem, the only, that look’st 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 David’s royal fountain purge every stain away.
15. O sweet and blessèd country, shall I e’er see thy face?
O sweet and blessèd country, shall I e’er win thy grace?
I have the hope within me to comfort and to bless!
O shall I e’er win the prize? O tell me, tell me, Yes!
Rev 21:18-23, 2Cor 4:17-18, Rev 7:9-17, Is 60:19-20
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I’m But A Stranger Here
213
HEAVEN
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.
= 120
4
4
1. I’m
2. What
3. There
4. There
but
though
at
fore
a
the
my
I
stran
temp
Sa
mur
ger
est
vior’s
mur
here,
rage,
side
not,
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
is
is
is
is
my
my
my
my
home;
home;
home;
home;
4
4
Earth
Short
I
What
is
is
shall
e’er
Dan
Time’s
There
And
ger
wild
are
I
Heav’n
I
There,
Heav’n
is
shall
too,
is
a
my
be
my
and
and
the
shall
my
reach
I
my
des
pil
glor
earth
sor
win
good
sure
fa
home
soon
fa
ert
grim
i
ly
row
try
and
ly
ther
at
shall
ther
Heb 11:16, 2Cor 5:1-10, Jn 14:1-7, Phil 3:20, Eph 2:19
drear,
age,
fied,
lot,
stand
blast
blest,
stand
land,
last,
rest,
land,
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
round
soon
those
there
is
is
is
is
my
my
my
my
me
shall
I
at
on
be
loved
my
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
Heav’n
is
is
is
is
home.
home;
home.
home;
ev
ery
ov
er
most and
Lord’s right
my
my
my
my
hand;
past;
best;
hand.
home.
home.
home.
home.
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Blest Be The Tie That Binds
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
214
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.
= 90
3
4
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
ther’s
ther’s
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;
to
forts
pa
to
to
bove.
cares.
tear.
gain.
day.
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
that
and
thi
meet
see
a
our
zing
a
the
6. From sorrow, toil and pain,
And sin, we shall be free,
And perfect love and friendship reign
Through all eternity.
Col 3:12-17, 1Jn 4:7-21, Eph 4:1-6, Gal 6:1-5, Rom 15:1-7
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Behold, A Host, Arrayed in White
215
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
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.
= 120
6
4
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
light? Lo,
near. So
way. Ye
And
At
Fare
in
home
well,
palms
mar
praise
these are they of
oft, in troub led
did the joys of
the flood of
a bove the
now bring your
Rev 7:9-17, Heb 9:14, 1Jn 1:7, Rev 6:11-13
they stand. Who
tyrs stand a
the Lord, who
glo
days
earth
Je
God
sheaves
is
priest
with
rious fame Who
gone by, In
dis dain, Ye
sus’ blood Are
of Love For
and sing Sal
this band Be
ly band, God’s
His Word Sus
from
an
toiled
the great
guish they
and sowed
cleansed
aye
va
fore
throne
tained
a
would
in
from guilt
their tears
tion’s glad
the throne
for ev
you on
fflic
weep
tears
and
shall
re
of
er
the
tion came
and sigh.
and pain.
blame.
dry.
frain.
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COMMUNION OF SAINTS
Now
They
Swing
ga thered in
the
now en
joy their
high your palms, lift
Their
The
E
an
Lamb,
ter
215(2)
ho
Sab
up
thems swell where
their Lord, at
nal
ly
shall
Rev 7:9-17, Heb 9:14, 1Jn 1:7, Rev 6:11-13
ly place Their
bath rest, The
your song, Yea,
God
fest
praise
voi
pas
make
doth dwell, Mid
al board Him
to Thee, God,
an
self
and
ces they
chal ban
it my
in
quet
riad
gels song
is Host
the Lamb
wor
of
voi
ship raise,
the blest;
ces strong.
of
and
be
praise.
Guest.
long.
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Blest Be The Tie That Binds
216
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
Words: John Fawcett, 1782.
Music: ’Dennis’ Hans Georg Nv—ƒ|’ }|w}Ž †ÑMѓ ƒzz|{— ”y{{Ž {ƒ’ }|w}Ž †›‰‡’ Žz“
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.
= 110
3
4
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
ther’s
ther’s
der
re
binds
throne
woes,
part,
vives
Our
We
Our
It
Our
dred
are
ther
in
tion
minds
one
flows
heart,
lives,
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
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 3:12-17, 1Jn 4:7-21, Eph 4:1-6, Gal 6:1-5, Rom 15:1-7
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Built on the Rock
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
217
Words: Nikolai F. S. Grundtvig, 1857. Translated Carl D
|{—’ †›Ð›“
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.
= 140
3
4
1. Built
2. Sure
3. We
4. Now
5. Still
on
ly
are
we
we
the
in
God’s
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
Ev’n
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
Bells still are
All earth ly
Heirs of
His
His won drous
And lit
tle
chim
tem
won
mer
child
3
4
ing;
ing;
tion;
ing:
es;
and
ex
sal
fore
em
the
on
with
are
His
Crum bled have
High
a
bove
He through bap
Prais
es
to
They are
the
cal
cell
va
tell
brac
soul
earth
us
all
cov’n
ling;
ing;
tion;
ing;
es,
dis
with
to
His
ant
Cal
Yet
Were
Je
Beau
spires
in
earth
His
tis
mal
Him
we
homes where
ling the
He whom
we but
sus His
ti
ful
tressed,
men,
dwell,
words,
made,
Long
Built
With
His
Mak
e
very
tem
ple
grace
us
there may
He
draws
young
heav’ns
two
grace
things
ing
in
all
truth
ing
6.Here stands the font before our eyes
Telling how God did receive us;
The altar recalls Christ’s 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.
and
can
His
to
in
for
our
His
doth
us
land,
stands,
owns,
bring,
near
old
not
Name
us
them
rest
bod
grace
hal
heirs
to
con
to
ac
are
ev
ies
and
low
of
rest,
tain
tell,
cords,
said,
er
His
His
the
His
But
Chose
Yet
Spi
God
last
tem
fa
tem
king
a
to
He
rit
there
bove
a
would
and
with
ing
ples
drous
cy
ren
all
bide
deign
life
us
ing.
ple.
vor.
ple.
dom.
7.Grant then, O God, where’er 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 7:24-25, Mt 16:13-18, Eph 2:19-22, 1Cor 3:11-16, Acts 17:24
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For All The Saints
218
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
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.
= 130
4
4
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;
fore the world
in
the well
Cross o’er land
war riors comes
rise
in bright
con
fought
and
their
ar
fessed,
fight;
sea,
rest;
ray;
ev
one
sing
dise
on
er
true
to
the
His
The
4
4
4
4
Who
Thou,
Who
Soon,
saints
Thee by
Lord, their
bear ing
soon to
tri
Name,
Thou,
Shook
Sweet
King
Al
Rev 14:13, 2Tim 4:7-8
O
in
all
is
of
faith
Cap
forth
faith
um
Je
dark
migh
calm
glo
the
the
the
le
be
tain
the
ful
phant
lu
sus,
ness
ty
of
ry
ia,
be
for
drear, their
world, we
a
par
pass
es
Al
le
lu
Thy
The
blessed.
Light.
Thee:
blessed.
way.
ia!
10 10 10 with Alleluias
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
4. For
5. For
6. O
7. O
8. And
word,
eye,
vine!
bold,
long,
Lord,
sky,
shine;
old,
song,
the
Mar
blest
may
when
218(2)
Ev
tyrs,
com
Thy
the
Like
Saw
We
Fight
Steals
Is
And
And
And
Al
fair
see
All
win
hearts
le
four
the
fee
as
on
and
ing,
are
with
are
lu
an
who
mu
sol
strife
fold
bright
bly
the
the
gel
with
nion,
diers,
is
streams,
crown
strug
saints
ear
fruit
grasped
one
them
brave,
ia,
ists,
rap
fel
faith
fierce,
the
de
gle,
who
the
ful,
it,
in
the
a
Al
by
ture
low
ful,
the
whose
kin
ship
true
war
gar
scen
they
no
dis
be
Thee
Thee,
vic
gain,
den
ding
in
bly
tant
Thy Name
we
glo
for
all
tor’s crown
and arms
le
lu
a
ri
are
of
are
blest
dled
di
and
fare
of
from
glo
fought
tri
the
the
ry
of
umph
dored.
fy.
Thine.
gold.
strong.
ia!
11. From earth’s wide bounds, from ocean’s farthest coast,
Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host,
And singing to Father, Son and Holy Ghost:
Rev 14:13, 2Tim 4:7-8
10 10 10 with Alleluias
Faith of Our Fathers
219
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
Words: Frederick W. Faber, 1849. Refrain by James G. Walton, 1874.
Music: ’St. Catherine’ Henri F. Hemy (1818-1888). Setting: James G. Walton, 1874.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
= 120
3
4
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
When e’er
We
all
By
kind
fa
thers,
sword;
Thee;
strife;
we
shall
ly
ho
O
how
our
And through the
And preach Thee,
hear
then
words
ly
that
be
and
faith!
Heb 11:1-2, 1Tim 6:12, Jude 1:3, 2Cor 6:4-6, 2Tim 1:3
hearts
truth
too,
glo
tru
vir
We
will
beat
that
as
rious
ly
tuous
be
true
high
comes
love
Word!
free.
life.
to
with
from
knows
Faith
thee
till
of
joy
God,
how
our
death.
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The Church’s One Foundation
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
220
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.
= 130
4
4
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
o’er
all
Lord
to
her
sore
mult
of
her
the
de
op
her
Lord,
earth;
fend,
pressed,
war,
4
4
She
Her
To
By
She
From
One
Though
Yet
Till,
With
And
A
And
And
is
char
guide,
schi
waits
His
ter
sus
sms
the
new
of
tain,
rent
con
heav’n He
ho
ly
there
be
saints their
with
the
came
Name
those
watch
vi
cre
sal
and
a
sum
and
she
who
are
sion
His
own blood He
to
one
hope
she
gainst or
foe
or
soon
the
night
of
the
great Church vic
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 Master’s hand
Led through the deathly waters,
Repose in Eden land.
1Cor 3:11, Mt 27:24-25, Lk 6:47-49
a
va
cher
sun
ma
sought
bless
hate
keep
glo
bought
press
trai
weep
tor
tion
tion,
ish,
der,
tion
her
es,
her,
ing,
rious,
her
es,
tor
ing
ious
By
One
Is
By
Of
To
Par
And
Their
Her
And
With
She
Shall
Shall
wa
Lord,
with
her
peace
be
takes
false
cry
long
for
ev
ev
be
be
ter
one
her
e
for
and
faith,
to
sies
ev
His
one
sons
goes
ing
her
ery
er
the
the
ho
ho
in
up,
eyes
the
one
the
dis
er
ly
ly
her
’How
are
life
He
grace
en
shall
pre
morn
of
Church at
Word.
birth;
end:
tressed:
more;
bride;
food,
pale,
long?’
blest,
died.
dued.
vail.
song!
rest.
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!
76767676
Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow
221
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
Words: Bernhardt S. Ingemann, 1826. Translated by Sabine Baring-Gould, 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
God’s
lips
pil
ex
gloom
one
fight
pec
and
the
its
and
own
of
grim
sor
pres
thou
bro
row
ence,
sands
thers,
On ward goes the
O’er 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
Clear be
One the
One the
Soon shall
Bro
One
Where
Then
fore
ob
glad
come
us
ject
ness
the
ther clasps the
the earn est
the One Al
the scatt ’ring
through
of
of
great
hand
look
might
of
ta tion,
ter ror,
per il
bat tle,
the dark
our jour
re joi
a wak
of
ing
y
all
bro
for
Fa
sha
ness
ney,
cing
ing,
ther,
ward,
ther
dows,
March
Bright
One
Till
ing
’ning
the
we
Gleams
One
On
Soon
and burns the
the faith which
the far
e
the rend
ing
Step
One
Reigns
And
ping
the
in
the
Heb 11:13-16, 2Cor 5:1-10, Rev 22:5, Is 51:11-16, 1Pt 1:17-21, Heb 12:22-24, Ps 119:105
to
all
march
rest
fear
hope
love
end
the
the
in
be
less
our
for
of
Pro mised Land.
path we tread:
God be
gun:
neath its
shade.
gui ding light:
nev er tires,
ter nal shore,
of the tomb;
through
God
ev
toil
the
in
er
and
night.
spires.
more.
gloom.
87878787
When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
COMMUNION OF SAINTS
222
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
morn
glo
talk
ing breaks, e ter
ry
of
His res
of
all
His won
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
shall ga
shall ga
is ov
When the
ther ov
er
ther to their
er, and our
When the roll
up
yon
is called
up
yon
yon
der,
and
tion
and
fair;
share;
care;
on the o
ther shore, And the
home be yond the skies,
work on earth is done,
roll
is called
nal, bright
ur
rec
drous love
is called up
yon
is called up
yon
der,
der, I’ll
When
the
Dan 12:1-3, Rev 20:12-15, 21:26-27, 1Thess 4:13-17
roll
der, I’ll
When
the
When the
up
be
of earth
sen ones
of life
there.
roll
be there,
When the roll
roll
is called
up
is called
up
When
is called
saved
cho
all
is called up yon der, I’ll
der,
be there,
roll
When the
When His
Then when
yon
der, I’ll
the roll
be
there.
15 11 15 11 8 8 8 11
Be Thou My Vision
223
CONSECRATION
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
man’s
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
Thou
Thou
Thou
Thou
Heart
my
my
my
and
of
great
soul’s
Thou
my
Wa
Thou
Raise
High
Still
king
in
Thou
King
be
or
me
me
of
my
Jn 16:13, Num 12:6
else
to
with
Thee
Dig
ni
her
i
Heav’ns joys,
best
Fa
Shel
on
own
sleep
dwell
heav’n
Hea
Vi
me,
and
ty,
tance,
O
save
Thou
Thou
now
bright
Thought, by
ther,
and
ter,
Thou
ly,
be
heart,
what
ing,
ing,
ward,
ven,
sion,
Thy
and
O
my
O
day
I
my
first
ev
that
with
my
and
Hea
Thou
me,
De
al
ven’s
or
Thy
high
in
er
pre
I
Pow’r
Trea
Rul
art.
Lord;
light;
ways:
Sun!
by
true
To
my
be
sence
with
of
sure
er
night,
son;
wer:
heart,
fall,
my
Thee
my
Thou
of
light.
one.
pow’r.
art.
all.
10 10 10 10
Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing
CONSECRATION
224
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. Sorr’w
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, Wand’r
or
Dail
ning,
I
my
re
ing
y
shall
heart
leased
from
I’m
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
Teach
Here
How
Prone
Come,
of
from
to
Thy
èd
me
I
His
to
my
Praise
And
Clothed
Here’s
Send
the
I
in
my
thine
mer cy,
ne
ver
what
I
do
in
res
cue
me
from
good ness, like
a
then
in
blood washed
some
raise
kind
wan
Lord,
me
lo dious
my
Eb
en
ness yet pur
der, Lord, I
no long er
mount!
hope,
flesh,
heart,
an
I’m fixed u
by
Thy good
till death shall
O
take and
gels now to
ceas
her
dan
fet
lin
son
e
sues
feel
tar
ing,
it,
ger,
ter,
en
net,
zer;
me
it,
ry,
Call
Here
In
Bind
How
Sung
Here
Mor
Prone
Take
for
Thy
ter
my
I’ll
by
by
tal
to
my
pon
it, Mount of
plea sure, Safe ly
loose me
I
can
seal
it,
Seal it
car
ry
Me
to
Ps 36:9-11, Jn 4:13-14, 1Sam 7:3-12, Heb 13:20-21, 1Pt 1:18-19, Eph 1:13-14
songs
prais
posed
wand’r
sing
fla
Thy
tongue
leave
ran
est
be
cious
to
eign
praise.
gin;
blood;
Thee.
grace;
ming tongues a
great help I’ve
can
ne
ver
the
God
I
somed soul
a
bove.
come;
tell,
love;
way;
Thy
to
not
for
realms
of
loud
es
I’ll
His pre
ing heart
Thy sover
re deem ing
ar
rive at
pro claim it
Thy courts a
of
end less
love.
home.
well.
bove.
day.
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Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah
225
CONSECRATION
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,
art
dy
from
de
ly
might
pil
thrall
struc
long
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
heav’n
ren
doth
of
sub
ly
land.
flow;
old;
side;
home,
pow’r ful
hand.
jour
ney through.
selves had
sold:
Ca naan’s side.
quick ly
come;
till
still
Sa
ev
long
I
want
no
my Strength and
tan and
the
er give
to
to
be
with
I
Let
Thou
Death
Fills
am weak,
the fire
de
liv
of deaths,
my soul
Bread
Strong
Thou
Songs
Va
more;
Shield;
grave,
Thee;
Thee!
Ex 15:13, Ex 13:21-22, Jn 6:32-35, Jn 4:14
of
De
didst
of
ni
but
and
er’st
and
with
Hea
liv’r
con
prai
ty
Thou
clou
Thine
hell’s
ho
ven,
er,
quer,
ses,
is
y;
lar
dom,
tion,
ings:
Bread
strong
Thou
songs
all
of
De
didst
of
I
Feed me till
Be
Thou still
Sin,
and Sa
I
will ev
Lord,
I
long
I
my
tan
er
to
Hea
liv’r
con
prai
see;
Hold
Lead
Who
Land
Come,
me with Thy
me all
my
for naught them
me safe
on
my Je
sus,
ven,
er,
quer,
ses,
want
Strength
and
give
be
Feed
Be
Sin,
I
Lord,
no
and
the
to
with
me
Thou
and
will
I
more.
Shield.
grave.
Thee.
Thee!
8787877
He Leadeth Me
CONSECRATION
226
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
èd
est
in
is
thought! O
words with heav’n ly
gloom, Some times where E
den’s
ver
mur mur
Thine, Nor
e
done, When by
Thy grace the
com
bow
nor
vic
fort fraught!
ers bloom,
re
pine;
t’ry’s won,
4
4
What
By
Con
E’en
e’er
I
do, wher
ters still, ov’r
wa
tent, what e
ver
death’s cold wave I
He
lead
eth
me,
His
faith
ful
fol
He
low’r
e’er I
be
troub led sea,
lot
I
see,
will not flee,
Still
Still
Since
Since
’tis God’s hand
’tis His
hand
’tis my
God
God through Jor
that
that
that
dan
lead
lead
lead
lead
lead
eth
me,
By
His
own hand
He
lead
I
would
be,
For
by
His
He
lead
Ps 23:1-3, 31:3, Jn 16:13, Mt 6:13, Mk 1:16-20, Jn 1:43-51
hand
eth
eth
eth
eth
eth
me.
me.
me.
me.
me;
eth me.
88888888
Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart
227
CONSECRATION
Words: Martin Schalling, circa 1571. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858.
Music: ’Herzlich Lieb hab ich Dich O Herr’ Strassburg, 1577. Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 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, ne’er from
bo
dy,
soul, and
A br’am’s bo som
cy cheer
of la
un fear
Earth has no
Lord, grant that
And in its
me de part;
all I have
bear me home,
4
4
With
In
That
ten der mer
this poor life
I may die
Heav’n it self were
glor
i fy Thy
bo
dy safe in
heart for
doc trine
death a
sor
me
wa
me.
bor.
ing;
void and bare If
la vish grace And
peace ful sleep Un
row break, My
be guile, Let
ken me, That
Thou, Lord, wert
serve and help
til
Thy re
trust in Thee can
Sa
tan not my
these mine eyes with
Mt 22:37, 28:20, 1Jn 4:18-21, 1Pt 1:17-19, 1Thess 4:16-17, 1Kgs 8:22-24
plea sure I
would
I
in
eve
ry
nar row cham ber
not near
my neigh
ap pear
me. And
bor. Let
ing. And
no thing shake.
soul de
file.
joy may see,
share, Yea,
place May
keep My
should my
no
false
then from
Thou art
the
Give strength and
O
Son
of
8878878888848
CONSECRATION
por tion
I have
pa tience un to
God, Thy glor ious
Christ, My God and
Christ, My God and
Christ, My prayer at
227(2)
sought; Thy pre
me
To bear
face, My Sa
Lord, my God and
Lord, my God and
tend, my prayer at
cious blood my
my cross and
vior and my
soul has bought.
fol low Thee.
fount of grace.
Lord, For sake me
Lord, In death Thy
tend, And I
will
Mt 22:37, 28:20, 1Jn 4:18-21, 1Pt 1:17-19, 1Thess 4:16-17, 1Kgs 8:22-24
Lord
Lord
Lord
not!
I trust Thy
com fort still a
praise Thee with out
Je sus
Je sus
Je sus
Word.
fford.
end!
8878878888848
More Love to Thee
228
CONSECRATION
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
pray’r I make
lone
I seek,
part ing cry
More love, O
More love, O
More love, O
On
Give
My
bend ed
what is
heart shall
Christ, to Thee,
Christ, to Thee,
Christ, to Thee,
Eph 6:24, 1Jn 4:16-21, 2Thess 3:5, Mt 22:37-40
knee;
best;
raise;
More love to
More love to
More love to
This
This
This
Thee;
Thee;
Thee;
is
all
still
my
my
its
ear
nest plea,
pray’r shall be,
pray’r shall be,
More love to
More love to
More love to
Thee.
Thee.
Thee.
10 10 12 8
My Faith Looks Up To Thee
CONSECRATION
229
(also known as My Faith Looks Trustingly)
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
life’s dark
ends life’s
up
grace
maze
trans
to
im
I
ient
Thee,
part
tread,
dream,
Thou
Strength
And
When
Lamb of
to
my
griefs a
death’s cold
Cal
faint
round
sul
va ry,
ing heart,
me spread,
len stream
4
4
Sa
my
be
ov
vior
zeal
Thou
er
guilt
love
tears
trust
a
to
a
re
di
in
my
me
way,
Thee,
way,
move;
vine!
spire!
Guide;
roll;
O
Pure
Nor
O
let
warm,
let
bear
Now
As
Bid
Blest
hear me
Thou hast
dark ness
Sa vior,
me
and
me
me
from this day be
change less be,
a
ev
er stray from
safe
a bove, a
2Cor 5:7, Jn 1:29, 1:36, Heb 12:2-3, Eph 3:12, Rev 2:10-11
while
died
turn
then
I
for
to
in
pray,
me,
day,
love,
whol
liv
Thee
ran
take
O
wipe
fear
ly
ing
a
somed
all
my
may my
sor row’s
and dis
Thine!
fire!
side.
soul!
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Not Worthy, Lord, to Gather Up the Crumbs
230
CONSECRATION
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
bid’st
ther up
the
be thought Thy
one smile, one
pre rog
a
me come and
crumbs
child,
look,
tiverest;
With
Nor
And
Free
I
trem
sit
I
mer
come,
bling
the
could
cy,
I
4
4
hand
last
face
bound
kneel,
la
and
in
sin
place,
that
and
the
less,
I
from
low
cold,
fa
clasp
den sin ner
too
oft
be
my heart could
ners, me for
a
wel come
Thy
ta
ble
est
at
Thy
rough world a
thom less, di
Thy pier cèd
comes
guiled;
brook
give,
guest
To
I
The
And
A
fall,
board;
gain;
vine?
feet;
plead
on
wrath
Thine
mong
Thy
ly
of
the
Thy
A
Too
And
Me,
Thou
pro
ask
de
great
saints,
mise
one
vils
er
and
wea
long
with
Lord,
bid’st
and
re
and
glo
of
o
con
the
ry,
Thy
ry,
a
that
the
me
hea
wan
trea
chief
take
bey Thy
cil
ing
scorn of
on
ly
ban quet
vy
derer
sure
of
my
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 15:22-28, Lk 17:7-10, 7:6, Mk 7:27-29, Lk 14:7-11
10 10 10 10
O That The Lord Would Guide My Ways
CONSECRATION
231
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
e’er
for
grant
dulge
sires
min
get
me
de
a
ion,
Thy
grace To
ceit, Nor
rise With
Lord, But
way,
Re
know
act
in
keep
store
and
the
this
my
Thy
do
His
li
ar’s
soul
of
con science
wan d’ring
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 36:25-29, 11:19-20, Is 24:5
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Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior
232
CONSECRATION
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.
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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
Sa
While
vior,
on
o
Sa
thers Thou art
Mt 20:30-34, Gen 18:1-5, Mk 9:21-25
call
tri
spi
side
ing,
tion;
rit,
Thee?
vior,
call
Hear
ing,
Do
Help
Save
Whom
my
Do
not pass
my un
me by
in Heav’n
hum
not pass
me
be
Thy
but
ble
by.
lief.
grace.
Thee?
cry;
me
by.
8585985
Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us
CONSECRATION
233
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.
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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 èd 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 pow’r to
with Thy love our bo soms
Bless
Bless
Bless
Bless
èd
èd
èd
èd
Je
Je
Je
Je
sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,
bless
bless
bless
bless
èd
èd
èd
èd
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
Bless
Bless
Bless
Bless
èd
èd
èd
èd
Je
Je
Je
Je
sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,
bless
bless
bless
bless
èd
èd
èd
èd
Je
Je
Je
Je
sus!
sus!
sus!
sus!
Thou
Hear,
We
Thou
hast
O
will
hast
bought
hear
ear
loved
Thine
when
turn
love
we
we
to
us
Jn 10:3, Ps 23, Jn 10:1-16, Eph 2:4-5, Rom 5:8
us,
us
ly
us,
pare.
stray.
free.
fill.
are.
pray.
Thee.
still.
are.
pray.
Thee.
still.
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Take My Life And Let It Be
234
CONSECRATION
Words: Frances R. Havergal, 1874. Music: ’Mozart’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791).
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.
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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
let
let
and
make
it
them
me
my
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
in
beau
ti
mess
a
pow’r as
be
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 12:1-2, Rom 6:13, 1Cor 6:20, 2Cor 5:15
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Take Thou My Hand and Lead Me
CONSECRATION
235
(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 (1869-1954), before 1901.
Music: ’So Nimm Denn Meine Hv{‚ƒ‹ ëw|ƒ‚w|}~ |}~ƒw’ †ÑïM“ ƒzz|{— ”y{{Ž {ƒ’ }|w}Ž †›‰‡“
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.
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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
o’er
in
Thy
life’s
folds
won
rough
of
drous
way,
grace
might,
to
Thy
dark
day.
face
night,
4
4
with
Though
Still
Heav’n ly
pain
or
to
my
A
Draw,
Take,
lone
Lord,
then,
Lord
And
With
my
of
my
who my
grant me
heav’n ly
Man
woe
goal
foot
Thy
hands
na
be
Thou
steps
good
and
life canst
faith’s full
man na
Ps 25:1-22, Jer 31:9-14, Ex 13:21, Ps 119:105
feed
tide
guid
fal
plea
lead
al
mea
feed
me
it
est
ter
sure
me
from
to
me
and
Thy
till
ter
be
sure though
me
for
day
know
through
strag
child
life
Thou
naught
ev
gle
to
is
wide,
Thee,
o’er,
my
I
er
guide.
see.
more.
11 11 11 11
Whiter Than Snow
236
CONSECRATION
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.
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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
me
bless
and
for
to
ed
with
3
4
ev
make
Lord,
in
out
ev
see
ne
er to
a com
at Thy
me a
ev
’ry
er
I
Thy blood
ver said’st
live
in
my
plete sac
ri
cru
ci
fied
new heart cre
foe;
know,
flow,
‘‘No,’’
Whit
er
than
Now
wash
me,
Ps 51:1-12, Is 1:18, Heb 13:15, Rom 12:1-8
Now
Now
Now
Now
soul,
fice;
feet,
ate;
wash
wash
wash
wash
snow,
and
me
me
me
me
Break
I
By
To
and
and
and
and
I
I
I
I
yes,
I
shall
down ev
give up
faith, for
those who
shall
shall
shall
shall
be
be
be
be
whit
be
’ry
my
my
have
whit
whit
whit
whit
er
whit
i
self,
clean
sought
er
er
er
er
than
er
than
than
than
than
than
dol, cast
and what
sing,
I
Thee, Thou
snow.
snow.
snow.
snow.
snow;
snow.
11 11 11 11 9 11
Yet Before We See Your Plans
CONSECRATION
237
Words: Brian J. Dumont, 2012. Music: ’Holy Manna’ attr. William Moore, 1825. Setting: Gregory L. Paul, 2013.
copyright: Words: Copyright 2012, 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.
Setting: Copyright 2013, Gregory L. Paul. 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. Tune public domain.
This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. Yet
2. March
3. With
4. On
5. And
be
ing
four
that
we
fore
round
arm
night
low
we
the
ies
be
ly
see
walls
bear
fore
help
Your
of
ing
He
less
plans, Lord;
Jer’
cho
on
them
died
The
few
ha
While
Went
King
Lord
rassed
the
Your
Je
to
and
path is
trum pet
ho sha
You would
fet tered
still un
ed
par
phat would
raise a
by
our
known
ade.
send
hymn
sin
4
4
Bless us
e
Cel
First the
He would
More than
Give
us
Called and
Lord to
bra ting
band to
sing Your
con quer
faith
ho
to
shout
Your
sing
praise
ors
trust
ly
as
Your
great
your
and
in
Your
Your
6. All around us Lord we see a
World that spins and spirals down.
While our hindered human eyes can’t
See You turning us around.
Give us faith to trust Your mercy,
Make us confident to be
Called and holy as Your Church who
Shout and sing Your victory.
prai
tri
prai
mer
Christ
mer
ses,
umph
ses,
cy
for
cy,
Church
May Your
E’en be
Thus Your
E’en be
He did
Make us
who
con
Shout and
work through
fore
it
glo
ry
fore
the
our
sal
fi
dent
sing Your
us
was
to
bat
va
be
dis
ex
tle
tion
to
vic
shown.
played.
tend.
grim.
win.
be
to
ry.
7. In our lives and times so broken
By our sin and willful pride
Or just with uncertainty, Your
Plans You often seem to hide,
Give us faith to trust Your mercy,
Make us confident to be
Called and holy as Your Church who
Shout and sing Your victory.
Special thanks for this text goes to Pastor Todd Liefer, whose sermon inspired it.
Josh 6:1-27, 2Chr 20:21, Mt 26:30, Mk 14:26, 1Sam 17:47, Mt 12:18-21, 1Cor 15:55, Jn 1:43-51
87878787
Happy the Man Who Feareth God
238
NEW OBEDIENCE
(also known as Happy Who in God’s Fear Doth Stay)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854.
Music: ’Wo Gott Zum Haus (Walter)’ from Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: Bartolomv€ xƒ|€’ †šÐ‡“
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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
God’s ho
ly
with joy thy
thee health and
4
4
ways
clus
fear
lat
length
thee,
sound,
fled
see,
see,
have
ters
doth
ter
of
trod;
fine;
live;
end;
days
And well
Like ol
By
A
In
fa
And peace
Ps 146:5, Job 28:28, Acts 9:31
Thine own
Thy child
From him
That thou
Yea, thou
and
ivedam’s
vor
on
hap
plants
race
and
Is
good
ren
the
Je
shalt
py
thy
in
pros
ra
hand
all
an
ru
child
shalt
ta
her
per
el
shall
be
cient
sa
ren’s
nour
fresh
curse
lem
child
ish
and
hath
mayst
ren
thou be.
ble round.
it
ed.
it
y.
shall be.
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Happy the Man Who Feareth God
NEW OBEDIENCE
239
(also known as Happy Who in God’s Fear Doth Stay)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translated by Richard Massie, 1854.
Music: ’Wo Gott Zum Haus’ Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1533.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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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
God’s
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
Ps 146:5, Job 28:28, Acts 9:31
hand
all
an
ru
child
shall
be
cient
sa
ren’s
nour
fresh
curse
lem
child
ish
and
hath
mayst
ren
thee,
sound,
fled
see,
see,
And well and
Like ol
iveBy
A dam’s
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.
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He Who Would Valiant Be
240
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.
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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
There’s
No
Then
no dis cour age
foes shall stay his
fan cies flee a
His
He
I’ll
first
will
la
a
vowed
make good
bor night
Jn 12:26, 1Pt 2:19-24, 3:12-16, Heb 11
stan
con
the
cy
found
end,
ment
might;
way!
in
his
and
fol
his
shall
shall
though
I’ll
tent
right
day
low
the
strength the
life
in
Mas
more
her
make
he
fear
him once re
with gi ants
not what men
to
to
to
be
be
be
a
a
a
ter.
is.
it.
lent
fight,
say,
pil
pil
pil
grim.
grim.
grim.
11 11 12 11
Jesus Wants All Of His Children
NEW OBEDIENCE
241
Words: verses 1-5 Mrs. James W. Wood, 1909. verses 6-7 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 6-7 released into the public domain by the author on 17 Dec 2008.
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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
low
lov
heart,"
an
ren
ly,
ing,
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 5:3-12, 11:29, Jas 3:17
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My Jesus, As Thou Wilt
242
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 Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
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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
y’a
for
mine!
poor,
tear,
me;
Thine
up
a
ly
own,
on;
lone,
on,
4
4
In
Give
Let
Each
to
me
not
chang
Through
The
Since
Straight
And
And
If
And
sor
man
Thou
to
help
if
I
sing,
Thy
Thy
my
ing
hand of love
I
peo ple’s bread, their
star
of hope grow
fu
ture scene I
row,
na
on
my
or through joy,
of
Thy Word
earth hast wept,
home
a
bove
me
all
must
in
still
to
say,
else should fail,
weep with Thee,
life
or
death,
Mt 6:10, Ps 40:8, Jn 6:40, Acts 22:14-16
my
my
my
my
would
por
dim
glad
my all
tion rich
or
dis
ly trust
con
Let
and
I
duct me
my soul
sor rowed
trav
el
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Thy
thy
Thy
Thy
will
will
will
will
re
and
ap
with
sign;
sure.
pear;
Thee:
as
feed
oft
calm
be
be
be
be
done!
done!
done!
done!
66666666
Where He Leads Me
NEW OBEDIENCE
243
(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 (1844-1907) or Philip Paul Bliss (1838-1876).
Setting: "Best Endeavor Hymns", 1907.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
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4
4
1. I
can
2. I’ll go
3. I’ll 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
I’ll go
I’ll 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
I’ll
I’ll
He
can
go
go
will
hear my
Sa
vior
with Him through the
with Him through the
give me grace and
Where He
leads
me
I
Where He
leads
me I
will
will
Jn 12:26, 21:22, 13:37-38, 10:27-30, Mk 8:34-38
call
gar
judg
glo
ing,
den,
ment,
ry,
fol low,
fol low;
"Take
I’ll
I’ll
And
thy
go
go
go
Where He
I’ll go
cross
with
with
with
and
Him,
Him,
me,
leads
me
fol
with
with
with
I
low,
Him
Him
me
fol
all
all
all
will
with Him, with Him, all
low
the
the
the
Me."
way.
way.
way.
fol low,
the
way.
88898889
Did You Think To Pray?
244
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
In
the
By
His
Did
you
When your
name
dy
plead
soul
Christ
love
grace,
bowed
our
and
my
in
As
As
Who
At
shield
to
guide and
crossed your
gates
of
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
a
your
had
the
of
ing
for
was
change the night to
day;
1Thess 6:17, Ps 5:3,12, Mk 11:24-25
day?
stay?
way?
day?
Sa
mer
bro
sor
vior,
it,
ther,
row,
O
Did
Did
That
Balm
how pray ing
So when life seems dark and
you
you
you
of
sue
claim
might
Gil
rests the
drea
ry,
for
the
for
ead
lov
Ho
give
did
wea
ing
ly
a
you
fa
Spir
no
bor
ry!
Don’t for get
vor,
it
ther
row
Prayer will
to
pray.
858858785
O Lord, My God, I Thirst For You
PRAYER
245
Text: Anthony Robertson, 2010. Music: ’Kingsfold’ traditional English. Setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906.
copyright: music and setting public domain. Words: Copyright 2010, 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, 2013 Revision.
= 100
4
4
1. O
2. Lord,
3. So
4. Your
Lord,
when
why
lov
my
will
am
ing-
God, I
I
be
I
cast
kind ness
thirst
helped
down,
fills
for
by
O
my
You, I
You, I
Lord, and
days, Your
long to
see
stru ggle day
why should I
song at
night
your
and
feel
I
fal
stand
praise
You
the
great
shall
ly
face,
night?
low?
sing,
4
4
Just
O
You
And
as
hear
are
when
My
I
I
My
heart cries out,
look back on
think of
all
hope is fixed
’Where
when
So
Be
is
in
when
still
the
my
my
my
your
your
be
my
hunt
prayer,
God,
fears
God?’
house
set
soul,
ed
en
my
as
deer is stressed
I
ab
le
me
to
Sa vior strong, Your
sail
a
gain
to
my
those
your
on
tears
days
works,
God,
run down,
gone by
O Lord,
my Rock,
men
with
and
my
say to
fes tive
o
ver
face will
Ps 42:1-11, Job 13:15-16, Is 50:8-11, Lam 3:24, Rom 8:35-39
I
am
when, Lord,
Your sa
His own
me,
They
throng
I
whelmed, I
shine
And
ter
in
in your
from me
I’ll tight
in
You
ving
He
taunt
praised
will
I
deep
were
pow’r
won’t
dis
so
of
for
me
and
op
your Name
so
your strength take
will praise Him
race;
might;
flow;
cling;
tress,
near,
old,
get;
press.
dear.
hold.
yet.
86868686
Our Father Thou in Heaven Above
246
PRAYER
(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 Schumann’s Geistliche Lieder, Leipzig, 1539.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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4
4
1. Our
Fa ther,
2. Thy name be
3. Thy king dom
4. Thy gra cious
5. Give us
this
Thou in
heav’n 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 heav’n 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
Teach us
no
Let
no false
Break Sa tan’s
Curb flesh and
That we may
of
glo
Spir
in
strife
thought
doc
pow’r,
blood
live
one fa
mi
ry
of Thy
it e’er be
our weal and
be our De
ly,
To
Name We
nigh
Our
woe
And
fense, From
less
trine
de
and
in
say,
vert;
rage;
ill
peace,
word
us
feat
ev
god
to
per
his
’ry
ly
But
All
Pre
That
Free
cry
in
ev ’ry
walk be fore Thee
hearts with gra ces
pa tience in
all
fa
mine and from
from
poor,
serve
sets
from
our
in
de
lu
Thy Church
it
self
all care
most
ded
from
a
and
need to Thee,
free from blame.
to sup ply.
grief be stow.
pes ti lence,
heart to
souls con
age
to
gainst Thy
a
va
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.
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.
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 well-armed host,
Through comfort of the Holy Ghost!
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 6:9-13, Lk 11:2-4
pray.
vert.
age.
will.
rice.
888888
The Lord’s Prayer (new)
PRAYER
247
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
in
bright
for
in
from sin’s
ho
i
try
name
ly
temp
we
bread
ta
con
sup
tion’s
fess,
ply,
pow’r;
4
4
High
And
May
O
May
I
And
Our
All
Mt 6:9-13, Lk 11:1-4
and
grant
we
may
we
Lord,
ex
for
find
Your
for
de
may the
hearts with
this we
alt
give
safe
ed
ness
ty
king
give
liv
earth
mer
ask
dom
as
er
and
cy
through
come,
we
from
heav’n be
filled, as
Your be
li
qui
ing
Your
have
the
joined
Yours
lov
will
been
e
as
in
ed
ness;
ty;
hour;
be
for
vil
done,
giv’n,
one,
one.
heav’n.
Son.
10 10 10 10
We Now Implore God the Holy Ghost
248
PRAYER
(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 2-4 Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite.
Music: ’Nun Bitten wir den Heiligen Geist’ ancient German found in Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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
mo
Sa
ni
cou
ments
vior,
ted
rage
we
our
peace
ac
which
Christ
heav’n
shame
He
whose
we
may
jour ney, at
home land hath
’ry
with ev
cuse and
as
we
may
ly
nor
may
blood
love
ne
need
know
fire
death
be
hath
each
ver
friend
bought
o
fail
tend
brought
bro
sail
Jn 14:26, 16:13-15, Eph 4:3-6, Rom 8:23-27, 9:1, 1Cor 12:3
us.
us.
ther.
us.
the
a
a
we
most,
right,
glow
heed,
us
us.
ther,
us
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
That
Cling
That
That
And,
Who
Of
When
have
have
have
have
mer
mer
mer
mer
as
a
one
the
in
our
ing to
with hearts
e’en then
home
gain
mind,
Foe
last
our
u
our
ward
to
in
shall
cy.
cy.
cy!
cy!
9 9 11 10 4
What A Friend We Have In Jesus
PRAYER
249
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,
O
Can
Do
Soon
All
Je
In
Rap
to
dis
our
be
car
cour
re
bring
what peace we of ten
we find
a friend so
your friends des pise, for
in
glo
ry bright un
be
sus
His
ture,
cause
knows
arms
praise
we
our
He’ll
and
do
ev
take
end
not
ery
and
less
for
faith
sake
cloud
ca
weak
shield
wor
Jn 15:13, Mt 7:7-8, Heb 4:15, Jn 15:14-16, 1Pt 2:24
ry
aged;
fuge,
ing
ev
take
take
all
feit,
ful
you?
ed
O
who
Take
there
rry
ness;
you;
ship
ev
take
you
will
ery thing to God in
it to the Lord in
it to the Lord in
to Thee in earn est
what
will
it
will
need
all
to
be
prayer!
prayer.
prayer.
prayer.
less
our
the
no
pain
sor
Lord
need
we
rows
in
for
bear,
share?
prayer!
prayer
ery thing to
it
to
the
will find
a
be our sweet
God
Lord
so
por
in
in
lace
tion
prayer.
prayer.
there.
there.
87878787
All Creatures of Our God and King
250
PRAISE
Words: Francis of Assisi circa 1225. Translated by William H. Draper, 1919.
Music: ’Lasst Uns Erfreuen’ from Geistliche Kirchenges ! "#$ %&
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
ia!
Him!
Him!
Him!
ye!
A
A
A
A
A
our
that
ter,
who
of
God
art
pure
day
ten
lle
lle
lle
lle
lle
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
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
Thou
Ye
That
Let
Praise
O
lu
praise
praise
praise
sing
sil
lights
giv
them
God
praise
Thou
Thou
Thou
The
Ye
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
Him!
A lle
lu
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.
Ps 69:34, Ps 148
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!
burn
ris
fire
flowers
who
ing
ing
so
and
long
gleam!
voice!
light.
show.
care!
A lle
lu
sun
moon,
mas
fruits
pain
with gol
in praise
ter ful
that in
and sor
O
ia!
A lle
den
re
and
thee
row
beam,
joice,
bright,
grow,
bear,
praise
lu
Him!
ia!
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!
8 8 8 8 8 8 with Alleluias
Alleluia, Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven and Voices Raise
PRAISE
251
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 Heav’n and
from death to
the
ho
ly
up
on
us
ry
be
to
voi
life
har
heav’n
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
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
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
1Cor 15:54-57, Is 25:7-9, Rev 21:4, 2Tim 1:10
of
im
a
of
the
a
we
of
in
the
glad ness,
mor tal,
bun dance
glo
ry
Sa
vior
Vic
con
har
Hea
Spir
tim,
quer
vest
ven,
it,
glo
ry,
ter
nal
sun shine
ga thered,
lu
ia!
sing
on
at
from
who
for
by
will
here
fount
to
God
a
the
ho
ly
His
se
cond
the bright ness
has gained the
the world’s sal
His
might
y
their heads be
on
earth may
of
love
and
now
by
from
and
to
is
His
the
be
the
ri
res
fur
ev
Tri
sen
ur
rows
er,
une
hymn
Ea
com
of
vic
va
en
fore
fruit
sanc
from
rec
of
Lord,
Ma
of
ster
ing
Thy
to
tion
ter
Him
ful
ti
the
tion
the
with
jes
praise.
morn.
yield:
face;
ry;
bled,
prise:
wave,
be,
ty:
dead.
rise.
grave.
Thee.
ty.
87878787
Angel Voices, Ever Singing
252
PRAISE
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
o’er
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
Thou
Can
Crafts
Hearts
Of
gel
it
didst
for
ther,
harps,
be
ears
Thine
Son,
for
that
and
ac
and
sands on
we
feel
man’s art
and minds,
the
best
Rev 5:8-14, Ps 148:1-2
ly
that
and
and
that
e
Thou
hands
cept
Ho
live
Thou
mu
hands
Thou
ver
re
and
ance
ly
to
art
sic’s
and
hast
ring ing,
gard est
voi ces
prof fer,
Spi rit,
bless Thee,
near us
mea sure
voi ces,
giv en
and
and
for
in
Earth
rest
songs
for
all
bless
not
of
Thy
un
ed
con
wilt
Thy
our
and
fess
hear
plea
choic
Hea
day
or
sin
ful
praise com
worth i
Tri
ni
Thee
us?
sure
est
ven
Lord
Yea,
didst
me
ren
night;
man?
bine;
ly,
ty;
of
we
de
lo
der
might.
can.
sign.
dy.
Thee.
858587
I Sing the Mighty Power of God
PRAISE
253
Words: Isaac Watts, 1709.
Music: ’Ellacombe’ from Gesangbuch der Herzogl. Hofkapelle, Wurttemberg, 1784. Setting: "Amore Dei", 1897.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
= 130
4
4
1. I
2. I
3. There’s
sing the
sing the
not a
migh ty
good ness
plant or
pow’r of
of
the
flow’r be
God, That
Lord, That
low, But
made
filled
makes
the moun tains
the earth with
Thy glo ries
rise;
food:
known;
lof
ty
nounced them
from
Thy
skies.
good.
throne.
4
4
That
He
And
I
Lord,
Crea
The
If
There’s
spread the
formed the
clouds a
sing the
how Thy
tures that
moon shines
I
sur
not
a
Jer 10:10-13, Deut 32:3, Ps 96:1-8
flow ing
crea tures
rise and
wis
won
bor
dom
ders
row
full
at
vey the
place where
seas a
with His
tem pests
that
are
life
or
dis
from
His com
ground I
we
can
broad, And
word, And
blow, By
dained The
played, Wher
Thee Are
mand, And
tread, Or
flee, But
built
then
or
the
pro
der
sun
e’er
sub
all
gaze
God
to
I
ject
rule
turn
to
the
my
Thy
day:
eye;
care:
the
up
is
stars o
on the
pre sent
bey.
sky.
there.
86868686
Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise
254
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 a’r Teulu", 1878, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.
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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
Most
Thy
We
But
And
bless
just
blos
of
so
èd,
ice,
som
Thy
let
Al
Thy
And
Take
Through
1Tim 1:17, Rom 1:20
might
y,
clouds, which
with
er
the
veil
Christ
in
ac
nor
Thou
a
the
most
like
and
rich
Thy
vic
are
and
from
His
ces
wast
liv
dore
splen
glor
moun
flour
gra
glo
tor
foun
per
our
stor
si
ing,
est,
Thee,
dor
ious,
tains,
ish
ces
ry,
ious,
tains
ish
face,
y,
ble
Thou
the
all
of
the
high
as
this
al
Thy
of
but
the
Thy
hid
rul
true
veil
light
An
soar
leaves
grace,
might
from
est
life
ing
hid
cient
ing
on
Lord,
y,
great Name
good
ness
naught chang
vile
from
Christ
to
our
in
of
their
eth
of
a
the
im
im
we
and
eth
our
the
eyes,
might;
all;
sight;
Thee,
Days,
bove
tree,
part
part,
praise.
love.
Thee.
heart.
heart.
11 11 11 11
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee
PRAISE
255
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.
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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 of love;
flect Thy rays,
ev
er blessed,
stars be gan;
4
4
Hearts un
Stars and
Well spring
ther
Fa
Melt
Field
Thou
E
fold
an
of
love
like
gels
the
is
the clouds of
and for
est,
our Fa ther,
ver sing ing,
Giv
er
Sing ing
Teach us
Joy
ful
Ps 71:23, Jn 12:46
of
bird
how
mu
im
and
to
sic
flowers
sing
joy
reign
sin
vale
Christ
march
and
and
our
we
be
a
of
ing
fore
round
liv
o’er
sad
moun
Bro
on
mor tal
flow ing
love each
leads us
Thee,
Thee,
ing,
us,
ness;
tain,
ther,
ward,
glad ness,
foun tain
o
ther,
Sun ward
o pening to
the
cen
ter
of
un
o
cean depth of
bro ther love binds
drive
flow
all
vic
the
ery
who
tors
fill
call
lift
in
us
us
us
the
dark of
mea dow,
live in
in
the
with the
to
re
to
the
tri umph
sun
bro
hap
man
doubt
flash
love
midst
light
joice
joy
song
a
ken
py
to
a
ing
are
of
bove.
praise.
rest!
man.
way;
sea,
Thine;
strife,
of
in
div
of
day!
Thee.
ine.
life.
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My Soul, Now Praise Thy Maker
256
PRAISE
(also known as My Soul, Now Bless Thy Maker)
Words: Johann Graumann, 1525. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863.
Music: ’Nun Lob, Mein Seel’ from Johannes Kugelmann‘s Concentus Novi, 1540
Setting: "Mehrstimmiges ChoralBuch", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
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3
4
1. My
2. He
3. For
4. God’s
soul, now
shows to
as
a
grace a
praise
man
ten
lone
thy
His
der
en
ma
trea
fa
dur
ker!
sure
ther
eth,
Let
Of
Hath
And
all with
judg ment,
pi
ty
child ren’s
in
truth,
on
child
me
and
his
ren
bless
right
child
yet
His
eous
ren
shall
name
ness,
here,
prove
thou
o’er
child
seek
dar’st
dis
like
His
claim.
tress,
fear.
love.
all
an
dust
o
thy
ger
are
ver
sin,
by.
made;
all;
3
4
Who
His
He
How
mak eth
love be
in
His
He with
For
Nor
He
In
get
Him
treats
us
knows how
Heav’n is
Who
The
We
An
heal
hum
flour
gels,
eth
ble,
ish
in
thee
yond
arms
strength
par
all
will
as
ta
mea
ga
sur
not whose
as
we
frail
our
fixed His
all
con
like
might
thy
trite
the
ex
Ps 103:1-22, 146:1-2, Mk 12:30, 2:1-12, 1Pt 1:24-25
ker
sure,
ther
eth
meek
mer
pow
dwell
weak
spir
flow
cel
Of
His
All
The
mer
yearn
who
hearts
ness
it,
ers
ing,
ness,
it
ers,
ling,
cies
ing
are
of
Still
But
Who
His
Re
Finds
And
Bright
more than
pi
ty
His
in
all that
bears
lays
but
rule
news
His
ev
hosts,
with
His
from
is
thy
com
en
be
life
pas
so
fore
with
sion
we
Him
in.
nigh;
fade;
fall.
787876767676
PRAISE
Whose
And
The
Praise
Who
So
We
Nor
256(2)
grace and
high as
wind but
Him who
leaves no
far, since
er
with
our
poor
care
are
Heav’n a
o’er them
ev
er
suf
He
like
hymns
f’rer
doth
the
dis
end
bove
pass
reign
friend
love
grass
dain
Ps 103:1-22, 146:1-2, Mk 12:30, 2:1-12, 1Pt 1:24-25
less
us,
es,
eth,
less,
us,
es,
eth-
And
As
And
All
But
He
Our
My
saved
break
all
ye
rights
puts
place
soul,
thee
from
their
who
the
our
knows
O
through
close
bloom
hear
the
of
is
His
wronged
sins
us
praise
past;
day,
o’erWord,
at
a
no
the
last.
way.
more.
Lord!
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Lord of Life, All Praise Excelling
257
PRAISE
Words: Clement C. Moore, 1808.
Music: ’HyFrydol’ Rowland H. Prichard, 1830. Setting: "The English Hymnal", 1906.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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3
4
1. Lord of
2. Thus Thy
3. Still we
life,
care,
read
all
for
Thy
praise ex
all pro
Word de
cel ling,
vi ding,
clar ing
Thou,
Warmed
Mer
in
Thy
cy,
glo
ry
faith ful
Lord, Thine
un con
pro phet’s
own de
fined,
tongue;
cree;
hum
Is
emb
mind.
sung.
Thee.
3
4
Deignst to
Who, the
cy
Mer
As Thy
When Thy
Still the
So
the
To
the
Screened by
make
lot
ev
Thy
of
’ry
love, through
har
vest
or
phan
high
poor
Thee
and
be
in
hum
all
sor
all
yields
and
hum
longs
ev
ble
de
row
cre
Thee
the
ble
the
’ry
dwell
ci
shar
a
plea
stran
sta
trea
dan
ing
ding,
ing,
tion,
sure,
ger,
tion
sure
ger,
Mt 5:2-12, Lk 6:20-23, Ps 68:4-5, 10:14, Jas 4:6, Lk 1:46-55, Jn 4:35-38
With
To
Warms
the
Thy
the
Beams like
Thou the
Still the
Both
Of
Heard
poor of
cho sen
heart res
Thy
gol
wi
are
the
by
dif
den
dow
e
scat
Thee
fu
sheaf
owns
qual
tered
in
ble
rael
ling
sive
shalt
Thy
light;
bind;
care;
in Thy
ears be
ev ’ry
sight.
hind.
prayer.
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Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
PRAISE
258
(Doxology; see also ’Awake, My Soul, And With The Sun’)
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.
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1. Praise God, from Whom all
Praise Him a bove, ye
heav’n
Rom 13:11, Ps 17:15, Ps 148:1-2, Eph 1:3
bles
sings flow;
ly
host;
Praise Him, all crea tures
Praise Fa ther, Son, and
Ho
here
be
ly
low;
Ghost.
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O Lord We Praise Thee
259
PRAISE
(also known as May God be Praised Henceforth and Blest Forever or Let God Be Blest)
Words: Martin Luther, 1524. Translation composite.
Music: ’Gott Sei Gelobet und Gebenedeiet’ or ’Enchiridion’ or ’Gud V'() *+,)- .,/0 123
traditional German c. 1400 found in Klug’s 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.
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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
Our weak
May this
Nor re
May
Lord,
Let
Thy
Thy
not
fore
hea
ha
Thee
ven.
vior
souls that
feast there
pent this
bo
kind
Thy
Thou with Thy
No great er
And live as
they may
of
re
blest Co
dy,
ness
good
Ps 51:15, 1Cor 11:23-26, Mt 26:26-28, 1Pt 2:24
Lord,
did
Spir
bo
dy
love than
breth ren
and Thy blood didst
this to Thee could
here in love and
flou
mind
mmun
rish:
us!
ion!
O
O
O
born of
so con
it
for
Ma
strain
sake
ry,
Thee
us;
Lord, have
Lord, have
Lord, have
That
That
Grant
mer
mer
mer
our
Thy
that
nou rish
bind us;
un
ion
cy!
cy!
cy!
sins
and
blood should
heav’n ly-
11 8 11 8 5 9 9 6 7 5
PRAISE
sor
bless
min
259(2)
rows
and
ded
In
all
Peace with
Days of
did
sus
He
tri
al,
God once
peace and
car
tain
make
fear,
more
u
Ps 51:15, 1Cor 11:23-26, Mt 26:26-28, 1Pt 2:24
ry,
me.
us;
and
is
ni
And
All
Give
need:
made:
ty:
Thy
our
Thy
O
O
O
blood
debt
Church,
Lord, have
Lord, have
Lord, have
for
Thou
Lord,
mer
mer
mer
us
hast
to
plead
paid;
see
cy!
cy.
cy!
11 8 11 8 5 9 9 6 7 5
Praise The Lord, Ye Heavens Adore Him
260
PRAISE
Words: verses 1-2, unknown, 1796. verse 3 Edward Osler, 1836.
Music: ’Austria (Haydn)’ or ’Austrian Hymn’ Franz Joseph Haydn, 1797.
Setting: "The Evangelical Hymnal with Tunes", 1880.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
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4
4
1. Praise the Lord, ye
2. Praise the Lord, for
3. Wor ship, ho nor,
heav’ns, a dore
He
is glor
glo
ry, bless
Him;
ious;
ing,
Praise Him, an gels
Ne
ver shall His
Lord, we
of
fer
in the
pro mise
un
to
height.
fail.
Thee.
stars of
not pre
bend the
light.
vail.
knee.
4
4
Sun
God
Young
and moon, re
hath made His
and old, Thy
Praise the Lord,
Praise the God
All the saints
for
of
in
Laws which ne ver
Heav’n and earth and
As
Thine an gels
Ps 148:1-14, Rev 5:11-14
joice be fore
saints vic tor
praise ex press
He
our
Heav’n
shall
all
serve
hath
sal
a
Him;
ious;
ing,
spo ken;
va
tion;
dore Thee;
be bro
cre a
be fore
ken
tion,
Thee,
Praise Him, all
Sin and death
In
glad ho
Worlds His
Hosts on
We would
For their
Laud and
So
on
ye
shall
mage
might
high,
bow
gui
mag
earth
y
His
be
dance
ni
Thy
voice o
beyed.
pow’r pro claim.
fore Thy throne.
He hath
fy His
will be
made.
name.
done.
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Praise To The Lord, The Almighty
PRAISE
261
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.
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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
o’er
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,
va
tain
stayed
tend
ra
tion!
eth!
thee.
thee.
ging,
3
4
O
Shel
Health
Sure
Who,
my
ters
hath
ly
when
soul,
thee
vouch
His
the
All
Hast
What
Pon
Bid
ye
thou
need
der
deth
Praise
Grant
Wings
If
Whirl
Him
ed
of
with
winds
who
not
or
a
them
in
in
His
His
and
praise
un
safed
good
e
Him,
der
and,
ness
le
for
His
when
and
ments
hear,
seen
grief
new
cease,
glad
what
mer
love
wa
He
wings,
heed
mer
mad
now
how
ev
what
turn
a
He
cy
He
ters
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 150:1-2, Ps 23:6
is thy
yea, so
less ly
cy here
ly
a
health
gent
fall
dai
round
to His
thy de
er hath
the Al
eth their
dor
or
did
be
as
a
dain
shade
friend
suag
and
ly
ing,
ly
thee
tem
si
failed
might
fu
sal
sus
hath
at
are
ple draw
res have
of
re
y
can
ry
to
near;
been
lief?
do,
peace,
tion.
eth
thee.
thee.
ing.
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
The God of Abraham Praise
262
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 ture’s strength
r’ham
r’ham
r’ham
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
Je
I
He
I
The
I
And
And
And
And
cient
of
e
earth
I
rise
guide me
all
shall, on
ea
Ca naan’s bounds
ver
and
my
gle
I
ho
vah, great
I
all
on earth for
calls
a
worm His
shall be
hold His
t’ry deep
I
wa
bow and bless the
ly
Him my
on
He shall save me
sing the won ders
thro’ the how ling
Ex 3:14-15, 1Chr 29:18
last
seek
hap
wings
urge
AM!
sake,
friend,
face;
pass,
sa
Por
to
of
wil
ing
the
py
up
my
days, and
joys
at
days, in
borne, to
way,
at
by
its
He
I
with
cred
tion
the
His
der
Name
make,
end,
grace
ness
earth
wis
calls
shall
Je
for
my
thro’
for
my
God
His
all
Heav’n
His
and
dom,
Him
His
sus
of
right
my
a
com
Heav’n
fame,
self
pow’r
in
ev
Shield
Je
ev
way
con
and
my
a
my
er
and
sus’
er
pur
Love;
hand;
ways.
scend.
mand.
fessed;
pow’r;
God!
dore,
view;
blessed.
Tow’r.
blood.
more.
sue.
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PRAISE
262(2)
6.The goodly land I see, with peace and plenty bless’d;
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 o’er the world and sin, the Prince of peace;
On Sion’s 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 Three-One they all exulting stand;
And tell the wonders He hath done, through all their land:
The list’ning 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 Savior’s face the ransomed nations bow;
O’erwhelmed 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, Abraham’s God, and mine! (I join the heav’nly lays,)
All might and majesty are Thine, and endless praise.
Ex 3:14-15, 1Chr 29:18
6 6 12 6 6 12
Rejoice, O Pilgrim Throng
263
PRAISE
(also known as Rejoice Ye Pure in Heart)
Words: Edward H. Plumptre, 1865, alt. Music: ’Marion’ Arthur H. Messiter, 1883.
Setting: "The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged", 1893 (Messiter Edition).
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. Re
2. With
3. With
4. Still
5. Yes,
joice, O
all
the
voice as
lift
your
on through
pil
grim
an
gel
full and
stand ard
life’s long
throng!
choirs,
strong
high,
path,
Re
With
As
Still
Still
joice, give
all
the
o
cean’s
march in
chant ing
thanks,
saints
sur
firm
as
and
on
ging
ar
ye
sing;
earth,
praise,
ray,
go;
4
4
Your
Pour
Send
As
From
fest
al
out the
forth the
war riors
youth to
Re
joice,
ban
strains
hymns
through
age,
ner
of
our
the
by
wave
joy
fa
dark
night
re
joice,
on
and
thers
ness
and
high,
bliss,
loved,
toil,
day,
The
True
The
Till
In
cross
rap
psalms
dawns
glad
of Christ
ture, nob
of
an
the gol
ness and
your
lest
cient
den
in
King.
mirth.
days.
day.
woe.
re
joice, Give
thanks and
sing.
Re
joice,
re
joice, re
joice, Give
6. Yes onward, onward still With hymn, and chant and song,
Through gate, and porch and columned aisle, The hallowed pathways throng.
thanks and
sing.
7. At last the march shall end; The wearied ones shall rest;
The pilgrims find their Father’s house, Jerusalem the bless’d.
8. Then on, ye pure in heart! Rejoice, give thanks and sing!
Your festal banner wave on high, The cross of Christ your King.
Ps 100:1-5, 98:4-6, 32:11, 95:1-6, Rev 19:5-8, 7:9-12, Is 61:10-11, 65:17-19
6 6 8 6 10
To God Be The Glory
PRAISE
264
Words: Fanny Crosby, 1875. Music and Setting: ’To God Be The Glory’ William Howard Doane, 1875.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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3
4
1. To
2. O
3. Great
God
per
things
be the
fect re
He has
glor y, great
demp tion, the
taught us, great
things He has
pur chase of
things He has
done;
blood,
done,
So
To
And
loved He
ev
ery
great our
3
4
the
be
re
world that He
lie ver the
joic ing through
tone ment for
ly
be
tru
great er
will
Praise the
praise the
Je
sus
Lord,
Lord,
the
gave us His
pro mise of
Je
sus the
sin,
lieves,
be
And
That
Our
praise the
Let the
Son,
o pened the
mo ment from
won der, our
Lord,
peo
And
Son
God;
Son;
ple
Let the
re
give Him
Job 5:9, Jn 3:16, Ps 40:5, 72:18, 86:10, Rom 11:33, Jn 10:7-9, 1Cor 7:23
yield
vil
pur
life gate that
Je
sus
a
trans port, when
earth hear
joice!
the
Who
The
But
O
glor
y,
His
ed His
est o
er, and
all
par
Je
voice!
life an
ffend er
high er,
may
don
sus
go
re
we
Praise the
come
to the
great
things He
Fa
has
a
who
and
in.
ceives.
see.
Lord,
ther, through
done.
11 11 11 11 12 12 11 11
The Love of God
265
PRAISE
Words: Frederick Martin Lehman, 1917.
Music: ’The Love of God’ Frederick Martin Lehman, 1917. Setting: Claudia Lehman Mays, 1917.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2014 Revision.
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3
4
1. The love of
2. When hoar y
3. Could we with
God is great er
time shall pass a
ink the
o cean
far Than tongue or
way, And earth ly
fill, And were the
pen can ev
er
thrones and king doms
skies of parch ment
tell,
fall;
made,
3
4
It
goes be
When men who
Were ev ery
yond
here
stalk
The guilt y
God’s love, so
To write the
pair,
sure,
love
His err ing
Re deem ing
Nor could the
child,
grace
scroll
the high est
re fuse to
on earth a
star,
pray,
quill
bowed down with
shall still en
of
God a
He rec on
to Ad am’s
con tain the
care,
dure,
bove
ciled,
racewhole,
Rom 8:35-39, Jn 3:16, Jer 31:2-3, 2Thess 2:16-17, Rev 6:15-17, 1:5
And reach es
On rocks and
And ev ery
to
hills
man
the low est
and moun tains
a scribe by
hell;
call;
trade;
God gave His
All meas ure
Would drain the
Son
less
o
to
and
cean
win;
strong;
dry;
And par
doned
The saints’
and
Tho’ stretched from
from
an
sky
his
gels’
to
sin.
song.
sky.
888888868686
PRAISE
265(2)
Oh love
It
of
shall for
God,
how rich
and
ev
er more en
pure!
dure,
Rom 8:35-39, Jn 3:16, Jer 31:2-3, 2Thess 2:16-17, Rev 6:15-17, 1:5
How meas ure
The saints’ and
less
an
and
gels’
strong!
song.
888888868686
And Can It Be
266
THANKSGIVING
Words: Charles Wesley, 1738.
Music: ’Fillmore’ Jeremiah Ingalls (1764-1828). Setting: "The Methodist Hymnal", 1905.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
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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
th’Im
ther’s
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
vior’s
de
His
ture’s
for
blood?
sign?
grace?
night;
giv’n;
Died
In
Emp
Thine
Still
For
To
And
I
That
me,
sound
bled
woke,
quenched
who
the
for
the
the
Him
depths
A
dun
wrath
How
Let
im
my
His
can
earth
mense
heart
wounds
it
a
and
was
im
be,
dore,
free,
free,
part;
He
vain
tied
eye
the
to
of
dam’s
geon
of
That
Let
For
I
I
for
the
Him
diff
a
death
love
help
flamed
hos
Thou,
an
O
rose,
feel
me,
first
self
used
ton
pur
di
less
with
tile
my
gel
my
went
the
who
born
of
a
ing
sued?
vine.
race:
light;
Heav’n.
God,
minds
God,
forth,
Sa
A
’Tis
’Tis
My
I
shouldst
in
it
and
vior
caused
ser
all
quick’
blood
ma
mer
mer
chains
feel
die
quire
found
fol
in
His
aph
but
ning
is
zing
cy
cy
fell
the
for
no
out
lowed
my
pain?
tries
love,
ray?
near,
love!
all!
all,
off,
life
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 th’eternal throne, And claim the crown, through Christ my own.
Rom 5:8-10, Eph 3:8-12, Acts 12:7, 1Kgs 19:11-12
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For The Beauty Of The Earth
THANKSGIVING
267
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.
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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
mind’s
pa
hands
the
the
de
rent,
a
skies,
night,
light,
child,
bove,
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.
This
grate
4
4
For
Hill
For
Friends
Off’r
Lord
the
and
the
on
ing
of
love which
vale, and
mys tic
earth and
up
on
all,
to
from
tree
har
friends
ev
Thee
6. For the martyrs’ crown of light,
For Thy prophets’ eagle eye,
For Thy bold confessors’ might,
For the lips of infancy.
our birth
and flow’r,
mo
ny
bove,
a
ery shore
we raise,
our
hymn
of
ful
praise.
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 95:1-6, Ps 33:1-6
777777
His Gifts
268
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.
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4
4
1. It’s
2. It’s
3. It’s
4. It’s
5. It’s
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.
It’s the
All the
All God’s
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
world
jus
act
guar
makes
so
ti
of
an
our
bright, It
would
fy,
To
the
Grace meant to
tee
of
the
home Where we’ll
Life,
life
poured
plunge us
Law’s de
bring you
gift
He
sing
to
out on you and me
He
as
na
ran
new
leads
they turned a
way
ture He would take
som paid
for
all
life is
God’s pro
us
to
the
Fa
deep
in
to
mands Christ would
in
to
His
pre
pares for
ge
ther
a
calls
us
to live
fear
ful
lov
you
round
of
ly
ing
and
His
and His
Glo
Eph 2:8-10, 4:4-8, 1Jn 5:10-12, Titus 3:4-7, Jas 1:17-18, Jn 10:27-30, 4:10, Rom 6:23, 5:15-17, 3:21-26
from
and
in
mise
ther
His
then
His
and
and
the Light.
com ply.
em brace.
for
me.
Throne.
ry
to see
7 6 11 11 11 8 11 9 10
THANKSGIVING
Our
Lord
268(2)
calls
us
home with Him to be
in His
pres ence liv
ing e
ter
nal
ly!
6. It’s 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 Lord’s promises.
7. It’s 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 God’s mercy- His Kingdom is wrought!
8. It’s His gift of Baptism washed us clean in His Son
placed us in His Name and took us as His own
What comfort giv’n to us in this life-long trust
Given faith that Christ’s work is applied now to us.
9. It’s 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
Giv’n to heal our wounds and restore our_ soul.
10. It’s 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 2:8-10, 4:4-8, 1Jn 5:10-12, Titus 3:4-7, Jas 1:17-18, Jn 10:27-30, 4:10, Rom 6:23, 5:15-17, 3:21-26
7 6 11 11 11 8 11 9 10
Now Thank We All Our God
269
THANKSGIVING
Words: Martin Rinkart, c.1636. Translated Catherine Winkworth, 1856. Music: ’Nun Danket’ Johann Crüger, 1647.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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1. Now
2. O
3. All
thank
may
praise
Who
With
The
won
ev
Son
Who
And
The
from
keep
one
With
And
For
count
free
thus
2Cor 2:14, Rom 6:7
we all
our
this boun teous
and thanks to
drous things has
er
joy
ful
and Him Who
our mo
us in
e
ter
less
us
it
gifts
from
was,
thers’
His
nal
of
all
is
God,
God
God
done,
hearts
reigns
arms
grace,
God,
love,
ills,
now,
with
through
the
in
and
with
has
and
Whom
and
in
and
heart and hands and
all
our life
be
Fa
ther now be
Whom this
bless ed
Them in
world re
peace to
high est
blessed us
guide
us
earth and
on
when
Heav’n
still
is
ours
this world and
shall
be
ev
to
the
er
voi
near
gi
ces,
us,
ven;
joi
cheer
Hea
ces;
us;
ven;
our
per
a
way
plexed;
dore;
day.
next!
more.
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O Day of Rest And Gladness
THANKSGIVING
270
Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1862.
Music: ’Woodbird’ or ’Es Flog Ein Kleins Waldv4567689: ;<=>8;8?9=7 @6<A=9 B?C9> 89
"Memminger Tabulaturbuche", 17th Century. Setting: George Ratcliffe Woodward, 1904.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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4
4
1. O
2. On
3. Thou
4. Thou
5. To
day of
thee, at
art
a
art
a
day 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
beau
rose
streams
er
sil
ti
from
of
to
ver
ful,
depths
par
heaven,
trum
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
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
Sing
And
From
A
And
ho
ly,
thus on
thee, like
day
of
liv
ing
ly,
most
gah’s
ur
ter
ho
thee,
Pis
res
wa
and
sal
er
us
vo
sad
va
sec
glad
ca
low
tor
foun
fec
glow
h
glor
moun
rec
flow
ness, most
tion, Christ
ted
with
der, near
tions the
most
of
a
our
pet
ly, through
ious, the
tain
in
tion, thou
ing with
a
ges joined in
Spi
rit
sent from
life’s dry, drea ry
art
a
day
of
pure and
ra
diant
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
bright:
earth;
dise;
home;
calls,
tune,
heaven,
sand;
love,
beams,
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 2:2-3, Mk 2:23-28
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O Lord of Heav’n and Earth and Sea
271
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.
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4
4
1. O
2. The
3. For
4. Thou
5. Thou
Lord
gol
peace
didst
giv’st
of
den
ful
not
the
Heav’n
sun
homes
spare
Spir
and
shine,
and
Thine
it’s
earth
ver
health
on
bless
and
nal
ful
ly
èd
sea,
air,
days,
Son,
dow’r,
4
4
To
Sweet
For
But
Spir
shall
har
owe
free
dost
Thee
flow’rs
all
gav’st
it
we
vests
Thee
ly,
His
show our
ri
pen,
thank ful
with that
sev’n fold
all
and
the
Him
of
praise
fruits,
bless
for
life
love
Thou
ness
bless
gra
6. For souls redeemed, for sins forgiv’n,
For means of grace and hopes of Heav’n,
Father, all praise to Thee be giv’n,
Who givest all.
and
Thy
ings
a
and
to
art
and
èd
ces
Thee,
there,
praise,
One,
show’r
glo
love
earth
world
love
Who
Who
Who
Thou
Up
giv
giv
giv
giv
on
ry
de
dis
un
and
be;
clare;
plays,
done,
pow’r,
est
est
est
est
us
How
Where
We
And
And
all?
all.
all.
all.
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 145:15-19
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All Depends On Our Possessing
TRUST
272
Words: unknown circa 1673. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858.
Music: ’Alles ist an Gottes Segen’ Johann Balthasar KDE/0F GHIJK L)--/E0N OPQ+(RS) T++U V+( .E0SREXOF GJYIF RS-K
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2005 Revision.
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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;
God’s
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
In
He
That
Soul
As
all
and
that
my
and
earth ly
ev
er
have no
long ing
sor row,
His God
is
who still doth
will bring me
and
bo
dy
God wills, so
wealth
shall
sol
shall
have
de
part.
be mine.
id ground.
be stilled.
their day.
not
for
guide and
last ing
I
sur
be
it
sa
ken
rule me,
pleas ure
ren der;
ev
er,
He
He
I
To
I
who trusts with
who did
so
shall strive to
His
lo vingshall doubt His
And
Will
And
For
I
e’er keeps a
re
main my
that now
is
in
Him
a
to
Him com
faith un
sha ken
gent ly school me,
win
a
treas ure
kind ness ten
der
wis dom nev
er,
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
887887
Fear Not, O Little Flock
273
TRUST
Words: Attr. to King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (1594-1632), Jacob Fabricius (1593-1654)
or Johann M. Altenburg (1584-1640). 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.
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4
4
1. Fear
2. Be
3. As
4. A
not,
O
of
good
true
as
men, Lord
lit
cheer;
God’s
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,
and
our
pre
a
pow’r;
Lord.
vail.
gain.
seeks
can
hell
now
4
4
your
a
with
Thine
ov
er
throw;
venge your wrongs;
all their crew
arm make bare;
What though your
Though hid
den
A
jest and
So
shall thy
o’er
who
are
to
God’s saints
shall rise;
His
own,
Thy praise,
cou
yet
bysaints
Dread not
Leave it
A
gainst
Fight for
rage
from
word
and
Lasts
To
Our
World
some
all
are
mar
but
save
vic
with
Lk 12:32, Ps 27:1-14, 1Pt 3:13-17, Heb 13:6, Ps 56:1-13
his
to
us
us
times
our
they
tyrs
rage
Him
shall
once
faints,
eyes,
grown;
raise
one
us,
t’ry
out
His seem ing
He sees the
God is
with
A might y
lit
and
can
end.
tle
His
not
A
tri
Gid
us,
cho
umph
eon
we
rus
hour.
word.
fail.
men.
886886
God Will Take Care of You
TRUST
274
Words: Civilla Durfee Martin, 1905.
Music: ’Martin’ Walter Stillman Martin, 1905. Setting: "Alexander’s Gospel Songs", 1908.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
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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
e’er 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,
God
He
neath
dan
thing
wear
will
will
His
gers
you
y
wings
fierce
ask
one,
take
take
of
your
will
u
care
care
Ps 34:9-10, Lk 12:30-32, Rom 8:32, Phil 4:19
love
path
be
pon
of
you,
of
you,
a
as
de
His
bide,
sail,
nied,
breast,
through ev
God
God
God
God
will
will
will
will
’ry
God will take care
take
take
take
take
day,
care
care
care
care
o’er
of
of
of
of
of
you.
you.
you.
you.
all
the way;
you.
86866866
How Firm A Foundation
275
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.
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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
ty’s
thy
of
su
2
2
faith
vale,
God
woe
ffic
in
or
and
shall
ient,
His
a
will
not
shall
you
land,
cause
trou
on
He hath
on the
thee to
bles to
ly
de
ex
bound
still
thee
be
said,
sea,
stand
bless,
sign
cel lent
ing in
give thee
ver
o
thy sup
You,
As
Up
And
Thy
who
thy
held
sanc
dross
Word! What
wealth; At
aid;
I’ll
flow;
For
ply;
The
un
days
by
ti
to
to
de
My
fy
con
more
can He
home
and
a
strength en and
I
will be
flame shall not
Je
sus for
mand, shall thy
right eous, om
to
thee thy
sume, and thy
say
broad,
help
with
hurt
than to
on the
thee, and
thee, thy
thee; I
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,
I’ll never, no never, no never forsake.
2Tim 2:19, Heb 13:5, Is 41:10, 43:2-5, Lk 3:15-17, 6:47-49
11 11 11 11
How Shall We Answer Terror’s Cry?
TRUST
276
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.
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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
ror’s
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
vio
ly
asked
gold
lence
ing
that
re
look
trust
am
they
to
to
ple
be
Lk 23:34, Mt 5:43-48
sky?
bow,’
sky,
burn
breaks
voice,
cru
fined,
You
You,
take,
come,
When
Pro
And
Their
u
the
el
e
To
To
And
Like
mur
tect
pled
dross
derous spite
us
from
the
Fa
way,
a
pon
e
men
ter
know
hear
pray
us,
our
vil
might
nal
Your
the
for
with
knocks
the
ther
so
shore,
smile.
live.
ly.
will
word
sin
You
down
tem
to
they
O
O
O
O
what
we
ners
for
our door
pter’s guile,
for give,
may be
let
let
let
let
us
us
us
us
shall
know
as
ev
come
come
Your
pray
we
is
we
er
And
The
You
Like
and
in
ex
that
do?
true.
ache.
one.
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I Am Jesus’ Little Lamb
277
TRUST
Words: Henrietta L. von Hayn, 1778. Translation composite.
Music: ’Weil Ich Jesu SchZVS)/E T/E3 V(+[ T(2X)( PQ+(RS\T2]QF GHJ^K
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.
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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 herd’s
am;
Stay.
lamb?
4
4
For my
When I
And when
Shep herd gen tly
hun ger, Je sus
my short life is
Loves me
When I
He shall
ev
’ry
thirst, He
fold me
Is 40:11, Jn 10:11-15
day
bids
to
guides
feeds
end
the
me
His
me, Knows my
me, In
to
ed, By
His
same,
go
breast,
Ev
en
Where the
There with
need, and well pro
pleas ant pas tures
an
gel host at
calls me
qui
et
in
His
by
my
wa ters
arms to
vides
leads
tend
me,
me;
ed,
name.
flow.
rest.
778877
I Know Whom I Have Believed
TRUST
278
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 God’s
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
But I
To
why,
how
veal
wea
if
un
be
ing
ry
I
wor
liev
Je
ways
walk
know Whom
keep
that
thy,
ing
sus
or
the
Christ
in
through
gol
vale
I have be
liev
which I’ve com
mit
2Tim 1:12, Phil 3:8-11, Jn 14:5-11, Jn 17:3
in
His
the
den
with
èd,
ted
love
Re
Word Wrought
Word, Cre
days,
Be
Him,
Or
And am per
Un to
deemed
peace
a
fore
meet
sua
Him
me
with
ting
His
Him
ded
for
in
faith
face
in
His
my
in
I
the
that He is
a gainst
that
own.
heart.
Him.
see.
air.
ab
le
day.
8 6 8 6 9 10 8 7
If God Himself Be For Me
279
TRUST
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1656. Verses 1-3, 7-9, 11-15 Translated by Richard Massie, 1856, alt.
Verses 4-6,10 Translated for Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book (Pittsburgh), 1907, alt.
Music: ’Woodbird’ or ’Es Flog Ein Kleins WaldvD0)S)/E3 -(RX/-/+ERS _)([RE V+2EX /E
"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
If
And
With
I
In
Christ,
that,
out
nev
Him
What
Through
The
But
In
pray, be
my dear
my
sal
my
De
Lord who
my Head
what e’er
Him all
er should
I
can
foe
or what
storm y
seas
gifts I
owe
be
de stroyed
Him I
am
and
be
that
find
be
dis
to
to
for
not
fore
Fa
va
fen
clean
me
ther,
tion,
der
ses
My
The
The
Be
My
foes,
Friend
true,
fore
soul
con
who
e
God’s
from
found ed,
loves me
ter
nal
awefull
sin through
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
as
guide
Je
ev
fear
ter
me
sus
er
ful
drive
bring
lone
dark
God’s
me
me
my
ness
great
Can
And
A
As
Of
Rom 8:31-39, 8:1-11, Ps 27:1-3, Is 50:7-9, Jn 10:28-30, Gal 6:14, Jn 15:20, Ps 46:1-11, Lk 6:47-49
from His
safe to
love are
by
the
Judg ment
fly.
most,
good.
throne,
faith.
bove,
hand
earth;
sight,
aye;
love?
land.
worth.
light.
Day.
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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 e’er reproves me, No ill destroys my peace;
For Christ, my Savior, loves me And shields me with His grace.
279(2)
7. His Spirit in me dwelleth, And o’er 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 God’s quick eye discerns them, Although they give no sound,
And into language turns them E’en in the heart’s 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, Thou’rt 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 man’s 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.
Rom 8:31-39, 8:1-11, Ps 27:1-3, Is 50:7-9, Jn 10:28-30, Gal 6:14, Jn 15:20, Ps 46:1-11, Lk 6:47-49
76767676
I Place My Trust In God
280
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.
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2
2
1. I
2. I
3. I
4. I’ll
5. I’ll
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
I’ll
place my
He’ll
Ps 25:1-9, Ps 9:9-10
lead
un cer
tain
His gui dance,
o’er throw me
den God will
His hand, I
me
ties
safe
when
help
will
a
and
I’m
me
not
to day,
trust
in
God
on
with
His
rise, I
sure, I
there Be
bear; He
fear; I
Ev en
strong hand, Un
trust
then
neath
hears
know
His
can
His
my
that
when
til
judg ment,
rest in
ev
er
cry, my
God is
I
I
can
not
reach the
true and wise.
peace, se
cure.
last
ing care.
ev’
ry prayer.
al
ways near.
see
the way,
pro mised land.
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In These Our Days So Perilous
TRUST
281
(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 GnZX/0S/]Q3 `R(-/E *2-Q)(K a+2EX /E bS203c _)/c-S/]Q) */)X)(F GdIIK
Setting: Erythraeus, 1608.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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4
4
1. In
these our
days so per
il
ous,
Lord,
peace in mer cy
send
us;
4
4
No God but
Thou
Thee
our
2Thess 3:16, Ps 35:23, Is 31:4-5
can fight for
on
ly
us,
God
No God
and
Sa
but
Thee
de
fend
us;
vior.
87878
My Hope Is Built
282
TRUST
(also known as The Solid Rock)
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.
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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
whol
an
then
less
Rock
eous
ing
ing
be
ly
chor
is
to
I
ness.
grace.
flood.
found.
I
In
When
Dressed
trust
holds
all
stand
in
with
my
be
stand,
All
dare
ev
all
in
not trust
ery high
a
round
His right
Je
in
hope
fore
sus’
the
and
the
o
ther
the
and
my
eous
Name.
veil.
stay.
throne.
1Pt 2:5-8, Eph 2:19-22, Mt 7:24-27, Ps 18:2, 2Cor 3:4-6, 1Thess 4:16-17
ground
sweet
storm
soul
ness
On
est
y
gives
a
Christ
is
sink
the
frame,
gale,
way,
lone,
But
My
He
Fault
so
lid
ing
sand.
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Our God, Our Help In Ages Past
TRUST
283
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
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.
8. Like flowery fields the nations stand
Pleased with the morning light;
The flowers beneath the mower’s hand
Lie withering ere ’tis night.
7. Time, like an ever rolling stream,
Bears all its sons away;
They fly, forgotten, as a dream
Dies at the opening day.
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 1:1-2
home.
sure.
same.
gain.
sun.
8686
Souls of Men! Why Will Ye Scatter
284
TRUST
(also known as There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy)
Words: Frederick William Faber, 1862, alt.
Music: ’In Babilone’ traditional Dutch found in "Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlities en Contradansen", 1710.
Setting: Julius RDE-0)EF GefYK
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2011 Revision.
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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 earth’s sor
nough for
thou
ful
re
demp
ter
y,
rows
sands
tion
Like
a
But
is
Are more
Of
new
In Christ’s
crowd
might
felt
worlds
blood
of
i’r
than
as
that
fright ened sheep?
than
it
seems;
up
in Heav’n;
great as
this;
has been shed;
4
4
Fool
’Tis
There
There
There
ish
our
is
is
is
hearts!
Fa
no
room
joy
Was there
There’s a
There is
For
the
Not
just
As
There’s
There
And
Great
the
a
is
the
er
why
ther:
place
for
for
ev
er
wide ness
wel come
love of
all we
Sa
kind
mer
heart
good
vior
ness
cy
of
be
Ps 103:1-22, Ps 23:1-6, Zech 13:7-9
will
ye
wan
and
His
fond
where earth’s fail
fresh cre
a
all
the
mem
kind er
shep
in God’s mer
for the
sin
God is
broad
owe to
Je
der
ness
ings
tions
bers
herd
cy,
ner,
er
sus;
who would have us
in
His
just ice,
with the
Sa vior;
the
E
ter nal
cause of
e
vil,
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 giv’n.
of
bliss.
the
Head.
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 man’s mind;
more than
all;
Come and
Which is
There is
Is
most
Lar
ger
round His
lib
er
in
His
ful
ly
through the
ga
more
heal
won
mer
ther
than
ing
der
cy
feet?
ty.
blood.
kind.
fall.
87878787
The Lord’s My Shepherd
TRUST
285
Words: Psalm 23 from the Scottish Psalter, 1650 alt. by James Leith Macbeth Bain, 1915.
Music and Setting: ’Marosa’ or ’Brother James‘ Air’ James Leith Macbeth Bain, 1915, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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3
2
1. The
2. My
3. Yea,
4. My
5. Good
Lord’s
soul
though
ta
ness
my
He
I
ble
and
shep herd
doth re
walk in
Thou hast
mer
cy
tures
the
art
Thou
my
green
paths
with
dost
Fa
He
of
me,
with
ther’s
I’ll
not
store
a
death’s dark
fur
nished
all
my
want, He
gain, And
vale, Yet
well
In
days Will
makes me
me
to
will
I
pre sence
sure
ly
down to
walk doth
fear
no
of
my
fol
low
lie
make.
ill,
foes;
me:
3
2
In
With
For
My
And
He
His
I’ll
It
My
In
With
For
My
And
pas
in
Thou
head
in
lead
eth
me,
Own Name’s sake,
fear
no
ill,
ver
flows,
o
dwell ing
place,
pas
in
Thou
head
in
tures
the
art
Thou
my
He
His
I’ll
It
My
green He
paths
of
with
me,
dost
with
Fa
ther’s
lead eth me
bless ed ness,
and Thy rod
oil
a noint,
heart al ways
The
E’en
And
And
My
lead
eth
me,
The
Own Name’s sake, E’en
fear
no
ill,
Yet
o
ver
flows, And
dwell ing
place, My
lead
bless
and
oil
heart
eth
ed
Thy
a
al
me
ness,
rod
noint,
ways
Ps 23:1-6, Jn 10:11-15, Rev 7:17, Ez 34:23, Is 40:10-11, Heb 13:20-21
The
E’en
And
And
My
qui
for
staff
my
dwell
et
wa
ters
His Own Name’s
me com
fort
cup o
ver
ing place shall
qui
for
will
my
dwell
qui
for
staff
my
dwell
et
wa
ters
His Own Name’s
I
fear
no
cup o
ver
ing place shall
et wa
ters
His Own Name’s
me com
fort
cup o
ver
ing place shall
by.
sake;
still;
flows;
be;
by,
sake;
ill,
flows;
be,
by.
sake.
still.
flows.
be.
86868686
The Winds and Billows Loudly Roar
286
TRUST
Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1865.
Music and Setting: ’Consolation’ or ’Morning Song’ John Wyeth, 1813.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. The
2. "Save
3. His
4. He
5. O
winds
us,
head
does
ye,
and bil lows
we per ish,
is
pil low’d
the el
e
who in the
loud
Lord,"
on
ments
Church
ly
they
the
con
’s
roar
cry;
stern,
trol;
Bark
We
To
As
By
O’er
flound er
in
the
Thee we
fly
for
Man He
is
a
His
Al might y
life’s rough o
cean
deep
aid;
sleep;
Will.
sail,
4
4
Our
"A
As
The
When
bark
wake!
God
an
all
is
a
He
gry
a
frail,
far
wake!" they
all
things
waves their
round
is
6. Touch not, with rude, irreverent hands,
And coward faithlessness,
Him, who the winds and waves commands;
But wait in quietness.
Mt 8:23-27, Mk 4:35-41, Ps 89:9, Lk 8:22-25
off
say;
does
sur
drear
the
but
dis
ges
and
shore,
why
cern,
roll;
dark,
And
So
And
And
and
Je
faith
end
at
hu
sus is
less and
less vig
His Word
man ef
a
a
ils
are
forts
sleep.
fraid?
keep.
still.
fail,
7. O never, never when distressed,
To doubtful means resort;
Christ’s Bark, when on the billow’s crest,
Is safe as in the port.
8686
Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of Old
TRUST
287
(also known as Your Hand, O Lord, in Days of Old)
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.
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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 o’er
youth re
newed
store and
quick
To
And
To
Thee they went,
now, O Lord,
hands that work
The
In
That
le
per with his
crowd ed street, by
whole and sick, and
the
be
and
di
and
en,
sease and death, o’er
fear
re lieved owned
soothe and bless, with
blind,
near
eyes
taint
rest
weak
Lk 19:9-10, Mt 9:35-36, Jn 10:10, 1Pt 2:9-10, Mk 1:40-45
the dumb, the
to bless, Al
that see, give
ed
less
and
life, the
couch, as
strong, may
dark ness and
Thee, the Lord
Thine al might
the
of
y
pal
sied
and the
might y
as
of
wis dom’s heaven ly
sick with fe
by Gen nes
praise Thee ev
vered
aret’s
er
grave.
light;
breath.
lame,
yore,
lore,
frame.
shore.
more.
86868686
Under His Wings
288
TRUST
Words: William Orcutt Cushing, 1896.
Music and Setting: ’Under His Wings’ Ira David Sankey, 1898.
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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
know He
balm for
e
vil
ens
ing
till
and
ly
life’s
will keep me,
my heal ing,
can harm me,
Un der His wings,
Un der His wings
Ps 17:7-9, Mt 11:28
temp
turns
tri
un
my
ests
to
als
are
His
are
He has
There I
Rest ing
wild,
rest!
o’er;
re deemed me,
find com fort,
in
Je
sus,
der His wings,
soul shall a
Still
I
Of
ten
Shel tered,
bide,
and
and
I’m
Who from His love
Safe ly
a
bide
can trust Him;
when earth has
pro
tec
ted,
I
am
there I
safe ev
can
for
I
no
no
His child.
am blessed.
er more.
sev er?
ev
er.
11 10 11 10 8 7 9 7
Despair Not, O Heart
FUNERAL
289
Words: Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413). 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.
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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
lov’d 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 God’s
gar lands, the
hath
in
His
bo
dy
that
hid
in
the
2
4
pro
cas
Wis
we
ground,
sin
to
sa
giv
show
mis
es
ket
a
dom be
view with
but
if
ning
ken,
ken,
en,
ers,
bor
dorn
reft
sor
grant
For
O
We
Re
Will
row
ing,
us;
row,
ed
death
Death,
know
stored
spring
is
that
that
to
in
Be
Are
But
A
A
of
thy
the
its
to
ware
em
He
glor
meas
life
pow
dead
spi
fruit
in
blems
will
if
ure
the be
er
is
shall a
rit
in
age and
thy
of
not
ied
of
sor
hope
leave
form
sun
ginn
bro
wak
hea
flow
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 God’s acre.
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.
7. A soul in that body abided,
A soul that in Jesus confided,
A soul that hath longed for salvation,
And now hath found hope’s consummation.
9. O Christ, our soul’s Maker and Lover;
When time and earth’s travail are over,
Thou closest the grave’s mournful story,
And callest Thine own to Thy glory.
Jn 14:1-4, 1Cor 15:35-38
row, of
that be
us
for
shall be
shine and
ing.
ken.
en.
ven.
ers;
9999
Though in the Midst of Life We Be
290
FUNERAL
(also known as In the Midst of Earthly Life or In the Very
Midst of Life or In the Midst of Life We Are)
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 Walter’s Geistliche Gesangbüchlein, 1524. Setting: Erythraeus, 1608.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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4
4
1. Though in midst of
2. Whilst in midst of
3. In
to hell’s fierce
life we be,
death we be,
a
go ny
Snares of death sur
Hell’s grim jaws o’er
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,
We
It
Thy
Ho
Lest our foes con
Who se cure will
Who, O, who will
mourn our grie vous
moves Thy ten der
pre cious blood was
ly and
gra cious God!
found
make
hide
sin which hath
heart to
see
shed to
win
Ho
1Sam 20:3, Rom 14:7-8, 2Cor 1:9-10, 1Cor 15:53-54
ly and
us?
us?
us?
To
Thou
Thou
Thee a lone, our
on ly, Lord, canst
on ly, bless ed
Stirr’d the fire of
Our great sin and
Peace and par don
might y God!
Ho
ly and
all-
Thy
mis
for
mer
Sa
do
Sa
vior.
it!
viour.
fierce wrath.
er
y.
our
sin.
ci ful
Peculiar
FUNERAL
290(2)
Sa
Sa
Sa
In
With
Fall
vior!
vior!
vior!
the
its
in
deep
deep
our
and
and
last
Thou
Thou
Let
e
e
us
bit
burn
need
ter
ter
not,
nal
nal
we
ter
ing
a
flood.
flood.
way.
1Sam 20:3, Rom 14:7-8, 2Cor 1:9-10, 1Cor 15:53-54
God!
God!
pray,
Save us,
Let not
From the
Ky
Ky
Ky
ri
ri
ri
e
e
e
Lord, from
hell dis
true faith’s
e
e
e
lei
lei
lei
sink
may
com
ing
us
fort
son.
son.
son.
Peculiar
God, Whose Almighty Word
291
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.
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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,
Gos
in
lamp
full
pel
ly
of
est
their
and
your
love,
day
blind:
grace,
pride,
flight:
sight,
flight;
might!
Sheds
Oh,
And
Through
Hear us,
Health to
Move on
Bound less
not
its
now
to
in
earth’s
the earth,
glor
hu
dark
far
we
the
the
as
hum
sick
wa
o
ious
man
est
and
Mt 4:16, Mt 10:26-27, Jn 1:4-5, Jn 8:12, Jn 15:26-27, Mt 11:4-6, Lk 7:18-22
ray,
kind
place
wide,
ble
in
ter’s
cean’s
Let
Let
Let
Let
pray,
mind,
face,
tide,
there
there
there
there
And where
Sight to
Bear ing
Rol
ling
be
be
be
be
the
the
the
in
light!
light!
light!
light!
6646664
Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling
MISSIONS
292
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.
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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
on’s
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
Long
If
If
With
And
and loud
you can
you can
your prayers
it
may
the
not
not
and
be
Who
What
You
You
Will
will an swer,
ly
you tru
can lead the
can
be
like
be found a
har
lost
love
path
Christ,
vests
a
of
to
our
wait
round
Je
hea
Shep
ing,
you,
sus,
ven,
herd,
Mas
give
rouse
with
that
ter
your
the
your
the
calls us,
thou sands,
wick ed,
boun ties
child ren
glad ly
say ing,
give for
Je
sus,
tle child ren
lit
faith ful
Aa ron,
mong your jew els,
Who
You
You
Off’r
"Place
will bear the
can help them
can say He
ing life and
the food with
Rich
You
With
You
You
"Here
Will
To
Hold
When
re
can
the
can
have
am
be
the
ing
you
ward He
give the
judg ment’s
do what
led with
I,
send
pre cious
Sa vior’s
up
the
reach the
sheaves
at
died
peace
in
a way?"
your door;
for
all.
to
all,
their reach."
of
fers
wi
dow’s
dread
a
heav’n de
tremb ling
me,
in
wait
pro
bet
send
His
ing
phet’s
ter
free;
mite;
larms,
mands;
hand,
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 9:37-39, 20:1-16, Lk 10:2-9, Jn 4:34-38, 21:15-17
87878787
He Was Not Willing
293
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.
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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
His
heart
lost
the
life
bro
souls
lack
for us,
ken by
to
e
of the
Saw our poor fal len world,
Came He to seek the lost,
No time for Je sus’ work,
at ease with a
Long er
won der ful
sor row and
ter ni ty’s
help I might
Hearts break with bur dens
ers
are few and
Reap
Bring
us your Sa vior,
ter,
for give, and
Mas
no
haste
hea
help
one
to
vi
us
to
the
ly
to
tell
reap
la
ev
2Pt 3:9-18, Ps 22:14-18, Rom 10:14-15
them,
ing,
den,
er
too
the
oh,
in
love!
shame.
joys.
give!
Per
Per
Per
Per
hea
vy
night draw
tell
us
spire us
No
Thou
And
Live
ish
ish
ish
ish
to
eth
of
a
ing,
ing,
ing,
ing,
pi
com
feed
soul
per
per
per
per
bear:
near:
Him!
new;
ish
ish
ish
ish
tied
fort
ing
go
ing!
ing!
ing!
ing!
Je
Je
We
Ban
one to
lift them from
shalt have souls, prec ious
with long weep ing
our
with e
ter
ni
ty’s
our sor
the mour
the hun
ing down
Throng
Har
Hark,
Thou
rows,
ner,
gry,
ward,
ing
vest
how
wast
our
is
they
not
Poured
Heal
Lift
Lost
path
pass
call
will
out
the
ing
for
way,
ing,
us;
ing;
sus would save, but there’s
sus is
call ing thee,
are so
wear y,
so
ish our world li
ness,
sin
souls
eyes
val
and des
pair.
for
thy
hire.
have grown dim.
ues
in
view.
11 10 11 10 11 10 11 10
Lift High The Cross
MISSIONS
294
Words: George W. Kitchin (1827-1912). 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.
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Refrain
4
4
Lift
high
the
cross,
the
love
of Christ pro
claim,
4
4
Till
all
the
world
a
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
tan’s
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
9.Let every race and every language tell
of him who saves our souls from death and hell. Refrain
7.O Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree,
as thou hast promised, draw the world to thee. Refrain
10.From farthest regions let their homage bring,
and on his Cross adore their Savior King. Refrain
8.So shall our song of triumph ever be:
Praise to the Crucified for victory. Refrain
11.Set up thy throne, that earth’s despair may cease
beneath the shadow of its healing peace. Refrain
12.For thy blest Cross which doth for all atone
creation’s praises rise before thy throne. Refrain
Is 11:10, Rom 8:38-39, 1Tim 1:14, Jn 3:16
10 10 10 10
May God Bestow on Us His Grace
295
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 Genghijk lhlmnoh pqrs rthoq uoqslv wxsv yx zlqniv {|nwoq} ~r|vh iv qp|qn v€wiqihirv ‚ƒ„…}
Setting: "Concordia Kinderch†qo‡ ‚ˆ‰Š}
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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
of
joy
fruit
His
shall
bring
face To
raise The
forth, Thy
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
That we His
For Thou shalt
May God the
to
pas
world
mea
nour
sess
the
ture
praise
sure
ish,
us.
sa ving health may
judge the earth, O
Fa ther, God the
hea
is
Him
then
Thy
a
And
In
Now
know, His
Lord, Nor
Son, And
show
Word
lone,
un
right
let
Rev 22:21, Ps 67:1-2, Ps 96:10-13, Is 55:10-11, Is 62:1-2
to
eous
our
life e ter nal
voice of ex ul
Word is rich in
gra cious will and
suf fer sin to
God the Spi rit
Christ’s
Their
Let
God
paths
hearts
rich
souls
sol
con
to
say,
vert
keep
A
guide
ta
bless
plea
flour
bless
es
to
emn
us
tion;
ing.
sure,
ish;
us!
with
feed
awe
And
Thy
Let
al so
peo ple’s
all the
out
and
pos
them.
them.
men.
878787877
’Take Up Thy Cross’, the Savior Said
MISSIONS
296
Words: Charles W. Everest, 1833. Music: ’Nun Lasst Uns Den Leib Begraben’ George Rhau, 1544.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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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
sin’s
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
o’er
glor
ter
Me."
thine arm.
and
hell.
the grave.
ious 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 11:28-30
8888
Lord of Glory, Who Hast Bought Us
297
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.
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3
4
1. Lord
2. Grant
3. Wond
4. Lord
of
us
rous
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
er
Nev
And with
Till our
Can it
Give us
To
That
Say
But
th’un
more
ing
O,
grud
sun
own
grud
that
cold
be,
faith,
thank
hap
by
best
ging
shine
mys
ging
hast
and
O
to
ful
py
Thy
of
for
of
ter
for
free
self
grac
trust
and
and
poor
all
Mt 25:40, 1Jn 3:16-19, Heb 13:16, Rom 8:32
the
Thy
ious
the
ly
ish
ious
Thee
the
more
and
Thy
lost
good
sen
lost
giv
na
Mas
bold
ev
bless
need
gra
ones
ness
tence,
ones
en
tures,
ter,
ly;
that
melt
"Ye
that
bless
warmed
Thou
hope,
il
ed
y,
ces,
tre
our
have
tre
ings
by
dost
to
with
’tis
"Give
give
men dous
thank less
done it
men dous
count
Thee,
deign
stay
Thine
to
as
us
less
at
for
our
own
give
I
Thine
sac
hearts
un
sac
as
length
alms
souls
un
than
have
own
ri
of
to
ri
the
be
to
on
fice;
stone.
Me."
fice;
sand,
lieve
sue,
Thee;
spar ing
to
re
giv en
cha ri
hand.
ceive.
you"
ty.
87878787
We Give Thee But Thine Own
STEWARDSHIP
298
Words: William W. How, 1864.
Music: ’Energy’ William H. Monk (1823-1889). Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2006 Revision.
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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
e’er
stew
homes
find
God
the
ards
are
a
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;
Whate’er for Thine we do, O Lord,
We do it unto Thee.
1Chr 29:14, 1Jn 3:16-18, Mt 25:40, Ex 23:19, Jas 1:27
6686
Let Children Hear The Mighty Deeds
299
CHRISTIAN HOME
Words: Isaac Watts, 1719. Music: ’Lea’ James Lea Summers, (1837-1881).
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
works
they
hope
per formed of
of pow’r and
a
gain
to
se cure
ly
old;
grace;
theirs;
stands,
4
4
Which
And
That
That
in
our young
we’ll con vey
gen er
a
they may ne’er
er
His
tions
for
Ps 78:5-8, Deut 4:9-10, Deut 6:7, Deut 11:19-20
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.
8686
Lord, Who at Cana’s Wedding Feast
CHRISTIAN HOME
300
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.
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4
4
1. Lord,
2. The
3. On
who
ho
those
at Ca na’s
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,
sence
and
and
here.
wife,
more.
4
4
Thou
The
That
For
Which,
Oh,
Pro
Through
And,
dear
bond
each
er far than
that none may
may wake the
ho
ly Thou in
blest by Thee, what
grant them here in
claim ing
it
a
care worn days each
this world leav ing,
Jn 2:1-11, Is 62:1-5, Rev 19:6-9, Mt 19:6
earth
ly guest, Vouch
dare
to break, That
ther’s zeal
To
o
deed dost prove The
e’er
be tide, No
peace to live, In
type
care
to
of
div
re
love Be
ides And
ceive A
safe Thy
bind eth
love Thee
mar
e
pur
pre
man
more
riage vow to
vil shall des
i
ty and
be,
troy,
love,
tween the Church and
dou
bles ev
ery
crown of
life
a
Thee.
joy.
bove.
86868686
O Father, All Creating
301
CHRISTIAN HOME
Words: John Ellerton, 1876. 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, 2012 Revision.
= 130
4
4
1. O
2. O
3. O
4. Ex
Fa
Sa
Spi
cept
ther,
vior,
rit
Thou
all
Guest
of
build
cre
most
the
it,
a
bount
Fa
Fa
ting, Whose
eous
Of
ther, Breathe
ther,
The
wis
dom,
old
in
on
them
house
is
love,
Ga
from
built
and
li
a
in
pow’r
lee,
bove,
vain;
mal
on
Thy
to
hour,
Thee;
love;
pain;
gifts
re
heav’n ly
strife kept
Thee made
new:
wine,
free,
one,
4
4
First
Vouch
So
Ex
bound two
safe
to
y
might
cept Thou,
To
Their
That,
But
day
store
guard
naught
A
And
Their
And
home by
teach them,
lives may
love
Thy
to
of
ed
can
lives
day
in
Sa
to
Thy
Thy
vior,
ge
pre
pure
bless
ther
sence
ness,
it,
In
With
So
The
E
these
ten
joy
den’s
who
der
will
these
earth
by
break
Thy
ly
Thy
the
child
glad
pre
un
ren
Thy
ness Trans
sence, From
ion
Of
ear
form
sin
hearts
liest
to
and
in
Thee
in
own
Spi
made
the
Thy
rit
Gen 2:18-25, Jn 2:1-12, Mal 2:15, Ps 127:1, Mt 19:4-6
hap
tast
gui
hal
py,
A
ing
To
dance, Their
low’d
Is
love
know
hearts
end
by
the
be
less
pri
call
in
turn
Thee
gift
rul’d
love
kept
is
by
be
true.
Thine.
Thee.
gun.
76767676
Oh, Blest the House
CHRISTIAN HOME
302
Words: Christoph C. L. von Pfeil, 1735. Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1863, alt.
Music: ’Wo Gott Zum Haus’ from Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, 1533.
Setting: "Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book", 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 e’er 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
ren’s
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.
naught.
ty.
own.
6. Then here will I and mine to-day
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 16:31-34, Ps 127:1
8888
Savior, Who Thy Flock Art Feeding
303
CHRISTIAN HOME
Words: William Augustus Mühlenberg, 1826.
Music: ’Batty’ or ’Ringe recht’ from Johann Thommen’s 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.
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1. Sa
2. Now,
3. Ne
4. Then
All
There,
Let
Feed
vior, who Thy
these lit
tle
ver, from Thy
with in Thy
the fee
ble
we know, Thy
der
Thy ten
in pas tures
Is 40:11, Jn 10:1-18, Ez 34:11-24
flock art feed
ones re
cei
pas ture ro
fold e
ter
gent
Word
ness,
ev
ly
be
so
er
lead
liev
lov
ver
ing
ving,
ving,
nal
With
Fold
Let
Let
ing,
ing,
ing,
nal,
While
On
Keep
Drink
the Shep herd’s
them in
Thy
them be
the
them find
a
the lambs Thy
ly
there
se
them through life’s
the
riv
ers
kind est care,
gra cious arm;
li
on’s prey;
rest ing place,
bos om share.
cure from harm.
dan g’rous way.
of Thy grace.
8787
You Parents Hear What Jesus Taught
CHRISTIAN HOME
304
Words: Ludwig Helmbold (1532-1598). 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
heed
school
in
to
ren
ren
my
may
his
him
in
will
plea
dwell
care,
were
their
be
Per
And
All
Mk 10:13-16, Jn 1:12-13, Mt 7:7-11, Lk 10:21
brought:
youth
brought.
For
That
If
mit
learn
in
ting
their
your
bid
they
thus
them
Sa
fam
to
vior’s
ily
them
in
you
not,
church
place
come
praise
well
to
to
shall
but
and
them
me.
tell.
fare.
8888
Awake My Soul, An Offering Bring
305
MORNING
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;
pow’r a
stound;
A
dam’s race;
Christ our King;
car
heav’n
sin
wor
nate
and
and
ship
fount
earth
death
Him
reigns
a
we
be
our
High
Name con
bove
in
hold,
in
Priest, from
fessed, we
of
His
He
a
Sing
All
Our
In
grace
stor
brings
mong
car
heav’n
sin
wor
Ps 108:1-6, Eph 5:14, Dan 6:27, Ps 69:33-36, 1Cor 15:22
to Him
His won
Re deem
His Church,
and
y’s
re
the
nate
and
and
ship
Who
ders
er,
His
love;
told;
lease;
blessed;
fount
earth
death
Him
reigns a
we
be
our High
Name con
Sing
All
Our
In
of
His
He
a
bove
hold,
Priest,
fessed,
in
in
from
we
to Him
Who
His won
ders
Re deem
er,
His Church, His
grace
stor
brings
mong
and
y’s
re
the
love.
told.
lease.
blessed.
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Awake, My Soul, And With The Sun
MORNING
306
(see also ’Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow’)
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.
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1. A
2. Thy
3. By
4. In
5. Wake,
Shake
Im
Re
Think
Who
wake,
prec
in
con
and
off
prove
flect
how
all
my
ious
flu
ver
lift
soul,
time
ence
sa
up
and
mis
of
tion
thy
dull sloth,
thy
tal
all Heaven’s
all
see
night long
and
ent
pro
ing
un
with the sun
spent, re deem,
Light di
vine
be
sin cere;
self, my heart,
joy ful rise,
with due care;
pit ious ways
God thy ways
wear ied sing
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.
Thy dail
y
stage
Each pre sent
day
Let thy own light
Keep con science as
And with the
an
To pay
For the
In
ar
And all
High praise
thy
great
dent
thy
to
morn
day
love,
sec
the
of
thy
to
the
gels
ing
thy
and
ret
e
du
ty
run;
last
es
teem,
o
thers shine.
noon tide clear;
bear thy part,
sac
self
cheer
thoughts
ter
fice.
pare.
praise.
veys.
King.
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.
7. Heav’n is, dear Lord, where’er Thou art,
O never then from me depart;
For to my soul ’tis hell to be
But for one moment void of Thee.
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.
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.
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 148:1-2, Eph 1:3, Mt 5:16
ri
pre
ful
sur
nal
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Every Morning Mercies New
307
MORNING
Words: Greville Phillimore, 1863.
Music: ’Kelso’ or ’Every Morning’ Edward J. Hopkins, 1872.
Setting: "Sunday School Hymnal", 1901 (LCMS English District).
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2013 Revision.
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4
4
1. Ev
2. Still
3. Let
4. As
’ry morn ing
the great ness
our prayers each
the morn ing
mer
of
morn
light
cies
Thy
pre
re
new
love
vail,
turns,
Fall as fresh as
Dai
ly
doth our
That these gifts may
As
the sun with
morn
sins
nev
splen
ing
re
er
dor
dew;
move;
fail;
burns,
4
4
Ev
Dai
And,
Teach
’ry
ly,
as
us
morn ing
far
as
we con
still
to
For Thy mer cies,
Gives un bought to
Feed us
with the
With our hands our
let
east
fess
turn
us
from
the
to
pay
west,
sin
Thee,
Lord, are sure;
those who pray
Bread of Life,
hearts to raise,
Tri bute
Lifts the
And the
Ev
er
with
bur
temp
bless
Thy
com pas sion
Strength to stand in
Fit
us for
our
In
un fail ing
Lam 3:22-23, Ps 30:4-5, 103:8-13, Is 33:2, Deut 32:1-3, Pr 19:12, Jn 6:45-51
the
den
ter’s
ed
ear
ly
day:
from the breast;
pow’r with in,
Tri
ni
ty,
doth
e
dai
prayer
en
vil
ly
and
dure.
day.
strife.
praise.
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O Holy, Blessed Trinity
MORNING
308
(also known as O Blessed Holy Trinity or O Holy, Holy, Holy Three or
O Thou Most Holy Trinity)
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 Hymn-Book", 1931.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2012 Revision.
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4
4
1. O
Ho
2. My
soul
3. The
Fa
4. My
Ma
5. Lord, bless
ly,
and
ther’s
ker,
and
Bless ed
Trin i
bo
dy
keep from
might shield me this
streng then Thou my
keep Thou
me as
Son,
may
Spir
ter,
coun
and
not
it’s
keep
ten
ty,
harm,
day,
heart,
Thine;
Di
O’er
The
O
Lord,
vine,
all
Son’s
my
make
Es
I
pure
Re
Thy
sen
have
wis
deem
face
Thou
bring
lume
faith
give
this
me
my
and
me
day
my
shame or
heart’s be
love
in
peace- sweet
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
Ho
cause
light
at
ance
Ex 15:11-13, Ps 25:4-6, Num 6:24-26, 2Cor 13:14
ly
dis
di
my
on
Ghost,
tress
vine
side
me
Be
Nor
Il
That
And
Guide
wretch
night
me
peace,
and
ed
ed
a
from
Host.
ness.
shrine.
bide.
Thee.
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All Praise To Thee, My God, This Night
309
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.
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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 heav’n 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
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?
Ps 17:8, Ps 92:1-2, Ps 4:8, Ps 91:1-16
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
pow’rs of
dark ness
migh ty wings.
peace may be.
judg ment day.
I
a
wake.
me mo lest.
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.
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God, That Madest Earth and Heaven
EVENING
310
(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.
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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
life’s
we
light;
way,
die,
4
4
Who
May
May
the day
we still,
we in
for
what
Thy
May Thine an
gel
From the pow’r of
When the
last dread
Ho
Nor
But
ly dreams and
Thy smile be
to reign in
toil
e’er
might
hast giv
be fall
y keep
en,
us,
ing
guards de fend us,
e
vil hide us,
call shall wake us,
hopes
e’er
glo
Gen 1:1, Ps 121:1-8, Mt 11:28, 2Tim 4:18, Ps 91:9-12
at tend
de nied
ry take
for
Thy
all
rest
will
peace
Slum ber sweet Thy
In
the nar row
Do not Thou, our
us,
us
us
all
all
with
through
through
Thee
the
o
ful
mer
path
God,
the
the
on
night;
bey.
lie;
cy send us;
way guide us,
for sake us,
night.
day.
high.
84848884
Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear Me
311
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.
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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
Ps 63:8, Jn 10:11
be
Thou near me;
warmed and fed me,
die,
to
hea ven,
Watch my sleep till
Lis ten
to
my
Hap py there with
morn ing light.
eve ning prayer.
Thee to dwell.
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Now Rest Beneath Night’s Shadow
EVENING
312
(also known as Now All the Woods Are Sleeping or Now Woods and
Wolds Are Sleeping or The Duteous Day Now Closeth)
Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1648. Translation composite before 1941.
Music: ’Innsbruck’ or ’Nun ruhen alle W‹ŒŽ ‘ ’ “ŽŒ”• –—˜ ™š›› œ—˜ žŸ››Ž  ¡Ž —˜ –›ŸŸ—• ¢£¤¥¦
Setting: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1734.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2010 Revision.
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4
4
1. Now
2. The
3. The
4. To
5. Lord
rest be neath night’s
ra diant sun
hath
rule of day
is
y
rest my bod
Je sus, 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
To
Dis
Where
How
Thy
world
night,
heav
of
shield
prayer
pel
crowns
Christ
mer
in
the
en’s
mort
me
slum
foe
bound
al
from
and
ling
of
will
cy
song
all
gold
give
will
ber
of
less
it
al
be
my
are
me
not
lies;
day;
blue.
y;
arm!
take
sad
giv
yon
fail
But
But
Thus
These
Though
thee; Let
ness, With
en
To
der A
me: I
Thou,
Christ,
I
I
e
praise
in
all
robe
rest
my
the
shall
put
vil
to
my
who
of
in
heart,
Sun
shine
off
would
thy
heart
faith
glor
Thy
a
of
in
and
as
Cre
holds
ful
ious
pro
wake
glad
hea
pon
sail
a
con
prove
ma
tect
thee,
ness,
ven,
der
me,
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 o’er your beds.
Ps 19:1, Ps 4:8, Ps 91:1-16, Lk 1:76-79, Ps 139:11-14
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Now the Light Has Gone Away
313
EVENING
Words: Frances Ridley Havergal, 1869.
Music: ’Müde bin ich, geh zur Ruh’ from Liederbuch für Kleinkinder-Schulen, 1842.
Setting: "Common Service Book" (ULCA), 1917, alt.
copyright: public domain. This score is a part of the Open Hymnal Project, 2009 Revision.
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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
Ps 4:8, Ps 16:7, 1Jn 1:7-9, 4:10, Jn 14:1-3
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.
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O Trinity of Blessed Light
EVENING
314
(also known as Thou Who Art Three in Unity)
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.
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1. O
2. To
3. All
Trin
Thee
laud
The fie ry
O grant us
All glo ry,
i
ty of bless
our morn ing song
to God the Fa
sun now goes his
with Thy saints on
as is
ev
er
Gen 1:3, 1Jn 1:5-7, 2Cor 4:6, Eph 5:8-14, Ps 113:2-3
èd light,
of praise,
ther be,
way;
high
meet,
O
To
All
U
Thee
praise,
Shed Thou
To praise
To
God
ni ty of prince ly
our eve ning prayer we
e ter nal Son,
to
with
in
our hearts a
Thee through e
ter
ni
the
ho
ly Par
a
might,
raise;
Thee,
ray.
ty.
clete.
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OPEN HYMNALI
NDEXESEDITION 2
0
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8
8
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nI
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8
2
.
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ro
fAl
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f
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2
1
6
.
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s
tBeTheTi
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DEO GRACIAS
2
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8
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2
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2
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2
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2
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DIVINUM MYSTERIUM
ALLMY HEART THISNIGHT
CANTERBURY
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4
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1
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1
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3
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8
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9
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9
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7
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9
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9
7
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8
4
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5
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r
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5
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1
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5
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5
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8
8
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8
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6
3
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9
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9
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e[
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s
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s
3
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8
5
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t
h[
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9
5
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8
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1
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5
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7
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l
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3
2
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4
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5
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6
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8
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1
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9
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7
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9
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7
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e
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,
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5
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so
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5
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nHi
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ho
l
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m[
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4
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r
kt
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2
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5
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l
e
,
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s
e
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5
.
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mbGo
e
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o
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a
i
ni
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o
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t
h[
1
4
]
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0
.
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or
da
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meOurLo
r
d,
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s
t[
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]
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5
6
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s
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1
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r
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mi
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1
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i
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mi
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y
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9
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de
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1
7
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or
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l
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s
t[
2
4
]
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6
2
.
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r
a
ha
m Pr
a
i
s
e[
1
0
,
1
2
]
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3
0
.
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fGo
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e
no
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de
1
1
8
.
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l
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pi
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i
t
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1
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2
6
8
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0
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1
3
6
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y
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1
9
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t
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t
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v
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ne[
8
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7
9
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l
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,
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l
e[
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6
4
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m Wi
t
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o
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6
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2
8
5
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5
2
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r
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t
1
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0
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s
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o
Me
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9
1
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d
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2
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3
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1
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t
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8
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a
i
s
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o
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a
v
e
n
2
0
6
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de
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om S
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l
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0
8
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3
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1
0
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or
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r
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1
3
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y[
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8
0
.
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l
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l
l
e
y
2
2
5
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e
a
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1
4
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s
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7
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9
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a
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t
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2
]
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gh
2
4
8
.
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mpl
or
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t
3
7
.
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t
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o
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s
c
e
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1
9
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a
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a
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r
s
[
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8
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gni
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a
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2
]
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2
6
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de
t
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2
6
2
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r
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ha
m Pr
a
i
s
e[
1
1
]
4
2
.
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r
d,
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wS
ha
l
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e
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e[
8
]
2
3
7
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ns
2
6
7
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r
t
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9
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r
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l
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4
]
2
4
0
.
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l
i
a
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2
7
5
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wF
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r
m AF
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3
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4
5
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s
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7
6
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l
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0
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2
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m Pr
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2
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e
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7
2
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lDe
pe
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s
e
s
s
i
ng
OPEN HYMNALI
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0
1
4
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6
6
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t
hl
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m[
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]
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8
0
.
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l
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l
l
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y
FLOCK,CHRISTIAN (
SEE B
ROTHERHOOD, 6
8
0
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r
da
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meOurLo
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d,
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s
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4
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e
2
1
6
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s
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I
N ACTI
ON
8
5
.
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o
mpl
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i
ni
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or
t
h[
5
8
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3
3
.
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a
v
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o
r
,
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phe
r
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4
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l
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t
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n
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7
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r
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4
9
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r
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7
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ne
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]
1
1
5
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a
t
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,
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t
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2
5
7
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dofLi
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e
,
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lPr
a
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l
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8
2
.
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e
1
1
7
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me
,
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e
a
t
or
,
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l
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t
2
6
1
.
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a
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d,
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mi
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y[
4
]
8
7
.
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r
dWhoThr
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s
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o
r
t
yDa
ys 1
2
2
.
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a
t
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t
a
y
2
6
7
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orTheBe
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r
t
h[
4
]
1
1
5
.
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e
a
t
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,
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t
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d[
1
,
2
]
1
3
6
.
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pt
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e
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nt
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meMos
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y
3
1
1
.
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e
s
us
,
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phe
r
d,
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a
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3
]
1
3
4
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ho
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t
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e
s
s 1
4
1
.
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r
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e
s
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3
1
3
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y[
5
]
1
8
6
.
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i
ghb
or
1
5
9
.
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wOfGo
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sGo
odAndWi
s
e[
3
,
6
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UNERAL(
SEE CONSOLATI
ON)
2
0
6
.
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i
de
gr
o
om S
o
o
nWi
l
lCa
l
lUs[
1
] 1
6
8
.
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e
s
us
,
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ngo
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o
r
y[
1
,
3
5
]
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E
T
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S
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MA
N
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E
E
A
S
T
E
R
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2
2
7
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r
d,
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v
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t
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lMyHe
a
r
t[
2
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7
0
.
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e
s
us
,
ThyBo
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e
s
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v
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2
3
4
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keMyLi
f
eAndLe
tI
tBe[
2
5
]
1
8
1
.
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wThe
eWhoThouAr
t[
3
]
2
4
0
.
HeWhoWoul
dVa
l
i
a
ntBe
GOD,ASKING
2
2
3
.
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s
i
on
2
4
1
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e
s
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nt
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l
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3
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ms
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l
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2
2
5
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,
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e
a
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e
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v
a
h[
4
] 2
2
5
9
.
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r
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s
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e[
3
]
3
1
.
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pe
c
t
e
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e
s
us
2
2
6
.
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a
de
t
hMe
2
7
6
.
Ho
wS
ha
l
lWeAns
we
rTe
r
r
or
'
sCr
y? 2
2
.
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or
t
,
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or
tY
eMyPe
opl
e[
4
]
2
7
.
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r
d,
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v
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t
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lMyHe
a
r
t[
2
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2
9
2
.
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r
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t
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c
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e
s
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l
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ng
4
.
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r
kt
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a
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ound[
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2
3
1
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r
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ul
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2
9
3
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l
l
i
ng
3
6
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ftUpYourHe
a
ds
,
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yGa
t
e
s
2
3
3
.
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a
v
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,
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he
phe
r
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a
dUs[
4
]
2
9
6
.
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Ta
keUpThyCr
o
s
s
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,
t
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a
v
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a
i
d
3
7
.
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me
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t
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o
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s
c
e
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ng
2
3
4
.
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keMyLi
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eAndLe
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tBe
2
9
7
.
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r
do
fGl
o
r
y
,
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s
tBoughtUs
3
9
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nue
l[
5
,
8
]
2
3
6
.
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t
e
rTha
nS
no
w
3
0
2
.
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s
tt
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us
e[
4
]
4
0
.
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o
r
da
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i
s
t
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y[
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]
2
4
0
.
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ul
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l
i
a
ntBe
3
0
6
.
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ke
,
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o
ul
,
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t
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un
4
1
.
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a
t
he
r
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sLo
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n[
7
]
2
5
9
.
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r
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i
s
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e[
3
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[
1
4
]
3
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a
v
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t
i
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2
7
6
.
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wS
ha
l
lWeAns
we
rTe
r
r
or
'
sCr
y? 4
ESUS,
I
NF
AI
TH
FOLLOWING J
4
4
.
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e
nto
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3
]
2
9
3
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sNo
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l
l
i
ng[
4
]
5
.
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ha
l
lCome
2
4
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l
yS
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t
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n
3
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4
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e
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4
6
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,
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]
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9
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nTheBl
e
a
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nt
e
r[
5
]
3
0
6
.
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ke
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oul
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t
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un
4
9
.
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l
sF
r
om t
heRe
a
l
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or
y
6
6
.
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t
hl
e
he
m[
3
5
]
FORGIVENESS
5
0
.
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l
sWeHa
v
eHe
a
r
dOnHi
gh[
3
]
8
2
.
Aut
horo
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lLi
f
e
3
0
.
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e
nS
o
wn[
2
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4
.
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r
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a
v
e
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o
v
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r
t
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me
8
5
.
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mbGo
e
sUnc
o
mpl
a
i
ni
ngF
o
r
t
h[
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8
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5
.
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e
s
usCa
me
,
t
heHe
a
v
e
nsAdor
i
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] 5
[
1
0
1
2
]
8
7
.
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r
dWhoThr
o
ughoutThe
s
eF
o
r
t
yDa
ys 4
2
.
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r
d,
Ho
wS
ha
l
lIMe
e
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e[
4
,
8
]
5
7
.
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r
k!TheHe
r
a
l
dAnge
l
sS
i
ng
9
5
.
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r
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t
hs
e
ma
ne
5
7
.
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r
k!TheHe
r
a
l
dAnge
l
sS
i
ng[
1
,
3
]
5
9
.
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nTheBl
e
a
kMi
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nt
e
r
1
0
3
.
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ke
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a
r
t
,
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t
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a
dne
s
s
6
9
.
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ng,
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ng,
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sBl
e
s
s
e
dMor
n[
5
]
6
0
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tCa
meUponAMi
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e
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r[
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1
1
5
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e
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4
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9
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