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A Song and a Carol for Christmastide

Author: George P. Grantham Hymnal: CYBER #6210 Lyrics: 1. A song and a carol for Christmastide Of the Prince of the Golden Shore, Whom armies of light, in their vesture bright, Love, serve, and adore evermore. Far, far below, where the sunbeams glow On a realm of His wide domain, Sad ruin and woe, hath come through His foe, With trouble and sorrow and pain. 2. And sad is the sighing when death’s dark wings Over Paradise darkly loom; And dark the despair of the lost ones there, Awaiting their last fatal doom. When thus spake the Prince to His Father dear— Now life with a life I will buy, Bring help from above for the sons of My love, For them I will suffer and die! 3. Away and away to the far off land, When the fullness of time was come, Now speedeth the Lord of the Golden Strand From His fair everlasting home. So down below, and unstained by sin, In a manger born will He be; Thereby a lost world He did enter in, To set the loved captives free! 4. And bright was the carol, and loud the song Which burst from the silver sky, When entering lowly Earth’s sons among He was seen by the hosts on high. While song shall resound, as the years go round, Till the moon and the stars shall cease; All glory and praise to the Ancient of Days, And to men be good will and peace! Languages: English Tune Title: [A song and a carol for Christmastide]

A Song In The Night

Author: Lizzie DeArmond Hymnal: CYBER #7907 First Line: A song floated down thro’ the silence of night Refrain First Line: Peace, peace, peace on the earth! Lyrics: 1 A song floated down thro’ the silence of night, Enfolding each shadowy plain, Glad welcome to Jesus, the dear Christmas guest, All glorious rang the refrain. Refrain: Peace, peace, peace on the earth! Hear the sweet anthem resounding! Peace, peace, peace on the earth! Message the shepherds astounding! Joy, joy, joy to the world! Sorrow and sin ’tis confounding, Heav’n’s gladness voicing, Rapt with rejoicing, Angels are singing their glad refrain. 2 The mountains and hilltops re-echoed the lay, The earth shone with heavenly light; The word of the prophets, the Gospel of love, Came true on that wonderful night. [Refrain] 3 The hope of the years, the Redeemer divine, Is born in the Bethlehem town; From throne to a manger, the Lord of the skies, The King pure and holy comes down. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A song floated down thro' the silence of night]

A Song of Spring Once More We Sing

Author: William H. Groser Hymnal: CYBER #6218 Meter: Lyrics: 1. A song of spring once more we sing As winter flies away, And changeful hours bring sun and showers To weave a crown for May; With heart and voice we all rejoice, On this returning day. 2. For once again the promise-strain Floats down from days of yore, That fruits of earth shall wake to birth, To bless the toiler’s store; Each annual round with bounties crowned, Till time shall be no more. 3. Thee, Lord, we praise for springtide days, And life’s yet fairer spring; These golden hours, these opening powers, We in glad service bring, Thine own to be, from sin set free, Our Father, Savior, King. Languages: English Tune Title: ARABIA (Wilson)

A Sovereign Protector I Have

Author: Augustus M. Toplady Hymnal: CYBER #6231 Meter: Lyrics: 1. A sovereign protector I have, Unseen, yet forever at hand, Unchangeably faithful to save, Almighty to rule and command. He smiles, and my comforts abound; His grace as the dew shall descend; And walls of salvation surround The soul He delights to defend. 2. Inspirer and hearer of prayer, Thou shepherd and guardian of Thine, My all to Thy covenant care I sleeping and waking resign. If Thou art my shield and my sun, The night is no darkness to me; And fast as my moments roll on, They bring me but nearer to Thee. 3. Kind author, and ground of my hope, Thee, Thee, for my God I avow; My glad Ebenezer set up, And own Thou hast helped me till now. I muse on the years that are past, Wherein my defense Thou hast proved; Nor wilt Thou relinquish at last A sinner so signally loved! Languages: English Tune Title: TREWEN

Rejoicing Together

Author: Susan E. Gammons Hymnal: CYBER #12984 Meter: D First Line: A sower with weeping went forth to sow Lyrics: 1 A sower with weeping went forth to sow— Went bearing the precious seed; He passed where the wayside vines drooped low, Passed over the dewy mead. From early dawn till the stars came out, He scattered the golden grain, Alike on the hillside parchèd with drought, Alike on the fertile plain. 2 The seed soon sprung up which the sower cast; It grew both by night and day; And lo, e’er the harvest time had passed, A reaper strayed that way. He reaped the grain with a happy song; His sickle was keen and bright; Heavy laden with sheaves he passed along In the rosy, sunset light. 3 When the Lord of the Harvest shall come to receive And garner His ripened wheat, The sower and reaper together, their sheaves With rejoicing shall lay at His feet; Together shall enter the heav’nly rest, To sow and to reap no more; Together shall join in the song of the blest, For the weeping time will be o’er. Languages: English Tune Title: TALLADEGA

A Star, a Star is Burning

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould, 1834-1924 Hymnal: CYBER #6328 Refrain First Line: We bow before the Infant Lyrics: 1. A star, a star is burning, The brightest in the sky— Is shining over a stable; Oh, tell me, shepherds, why? Within I see a mother, A baby on her knee: Is this a royal palace? Can this a monarch be? Refrain We bow before the Infant, To Him our homage bring; Our God in flesh appeareth, Of man and angels King. 2. And lo! a sudden glory! The angel hosts appear, Ten thousand times ten thousand, Their monarch to revere. Oh, blind the eyes of mortals To such a glorious sight! Oh, sleepers, wake and witness The wonders of this night! Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A star, a star is burning]

The Star In The East

Author: Thomas Campbell Hymnal: CYBER #7908 Meter: First Line: A star appeared, and peaceful threw Lyrics: 1 A star appeared, and peaceful threw Around its holy ray; It caught the faithful Magi’s view, And led the wondrous way, From far famed Persia’s smiling bowers, Fair land of beauty, fruits and flowers. 2 Each heart throughout the gazing throng What anxious gladness fills, While slowly moved that star along O’er Judah’s sacred hills, And softly fixed its mellow light On distant Bethlehem’s joyful night! 3 There, unknown to the rich and great, Or perfumed halls of state, Where shining golden lamps so bright Scoff at the silent night, Hear music’s notes, so holy, sweet, They rise and fall ’mid joy complete. 4 The Prince of Peace, so young, so fair, In lowly state He slept; While near, with kind parental care, The mother’s watch was kept. Let sweetest harp of Judah rise, And Gentile hymns climb to the skies! Languages: English Tune Title: MEIRINGEN

Christmas Carol

Author: E. B. Smith Hymnal: CYBER #7909 First Line: A star shone in the heavens Lyrics: 1 A star shone in the heavens On Christmas morn, Above the place where Jesus, The Lord, was born. Refrain: O holy, holy Christmas, O blessèd, blessèd Christmas, O joyful, joyful Christmas, When Christ was born. 2 The wise men saw the brightness, And came from far; They found the way to Jesus, Led by the star. [Refrain] 3 Oh, may this star of beauty Still point the way, To lead us all to Jesus, This Christmas day. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A star shone in the heavens]

Make Haste!

Author: Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby Hymnal: CYBER #4145 First Line: A storm gathers dark o'er the foam crested deep Refrain First Line: Make haste, make haste Lyrics: 1. A storm gathers dark o’er the foam crested deep, And souls on the billows are tossed; Then forth let us go, with a message of hope, Speed on, lest their vessel be lost. Refrain Make haste, make haste, Make haste to the rescue, away! Speed on, quickly on, with a message of hope— No time for a moment’s delay. 2. No bright beaming star in the darkness they see, No bells from the harbor they hear; Their frail, shattered bark, still is drifting afar, Speed on, with a message of cheer. [Refrain] 3. A light softly breaks, and their peril is o’er; They hear, and they answer our call; Our boat hurries on with the Pilot on board— In Him is a refuge for all. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A storm gathers dark o'er the foam crested deep]

For God So Loved the World

Author: Eliza Edmunds Hewitt Hymnal: CYBER #1519 First Line: A story sweet and wondrous Lyrics: 1. A story sweet and wondrous, Like heav’nly music swells; In chimings clear to all who will hear, Ring out the Gospel bells. Refrain For God so loved the world That He gave His only begotten Son, That whosoever believeth in Him, Whosoever believeth in Him Should not perish, Should not perish, But have everlasting life. 2. When, grieving, brokenhearted, Because of sin and shame, We find a joy earth cannot destroy, Believing on His name. [Refrain] 3. This love beyond all measure Of earth or sea or sky, Could only show its full overflow, When Jesus came to die. [Refrain] 4. Come, brother, come to Jesus; His Word was meant for you; His grace receive, His promise believe, And sing His praise anew. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A story sweet and wondrous]


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