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Now Are the Days Fulfilled

Author: Unknown; Frederick W. Herzberger, 1859-1930 Meter: Appears in 7 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Now are the days fulfilled, God’s Son is manifested, Now His great majesty In human flesh is vested. Behold the mighty God, By whom all wrath is stilled, The woman’s promised Seed— Now are the days fulfilled. 2. Now are the days fulfilled, Lo, Jacob’s Star is shining; The gloomy night has fled Wherein the world lay pining. Now, Israel, look on Him Who long thy heart hath thrilled; Hear Zion’s watchmen cry: Now are the days fulfilled. 3. Now are the days fulfilled, The child of God rejoices; No bondage of the Law, No curses that it voices, Can fill our hearts with fear; On Christ our hope we build. Behold the Prince of Peace— Now are the days fulfilled. Used With Tune: WAS FRAG' ICH NACH DER WELT

Astro Del Ciel

Author: Josef Mohr; Unknown Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Astro del ciel, Pargol divin Lyrics: 1 Astro del ciel, Pargol divin, Mite Agnello Redentor! Tu che i Vati da lungi sognar, Tu che angeliche voci nunziar, Luce dona alle genti Pace infondi nei cuor! Luce dona alle genti, Pace infondi nei cuor! 2 Astro del ciel, Pargol divin, Mite Agnello Redentor! Tu di stirpe regale decor, Tu virgineo, mistico fior, Luce dona alle genti, Pace infondi nei cuor! Luce dona alle genti, Pace infondi nei cuor! 3 Astro del ciel, Pargol divin, Mite Agnello Redentor! Tu disceso a scontare l’error, Tu sol nato a parlare d’amor, Luce dona alle menti, Pace infondi nei cuor! Luce dona alle genti, Pace infondi nei cuor! Used With Tune: [Astro del ciel, Pargol divin]

A Child Is Born – The Birth Proclaim

Author: James Montgomery, 1771-1854 Meter: Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: A child is born—the birth proclaim Lyrics: 1 A child is born—the birth proclaim, A son is giv’n—declare His name; Messiah, from the fall foretold, The Deity in human mold; That mold from which, God’s image lost In Eden at so dire a cost, The new creation shall restore, And guilt efface its lines no more. 2 Hail! to His rising from afar, He is the bright and morning star; His healing beams, ye nations, bless, He is the Sun of Righteousness To save His people from their sins, Jesus His suffering life begins; Ere long as Christ our sacrifice, The Holy and the Just One dies. 3 Again His glorious name record, As David’s son and David’s Lord; He mounts the mediatorial throne, To claim earth’s kingdoms for His own: Him every eye again shall see Descend in power and majesty, His ransomed in the clouds to meet, And put all foes beneath His feet. Used With Tune: CREATION Text Sources: Sacred Poems and Hymns, Vol. 1 (New York: D. Appleton, 1854)

A Debtor to Mercy Alone

Author: Augustus M. Toplady Meter: D Appears in 101 hymnals Lyrics: 1. A debtor to mercy alone, of covenant mercy I sing; Nor fear, with Thy righteousness on, my person and off’ring to bring. The terrors of law and of God with me can have nothing to do; My Savior’s obedience and blood hide all my transgressions from view. 2. The work which His goodness began, the arm of His strength will complete; His promise is Yea and Amen, and never was forfeited yet. Things future, nor things that are now, nor all things below or above, Can make Him His purpose forgo, or sever my soul from His love. 3. My name from the palms of His hands eternity will not erase; Impressed on His heart it remains, in marks of indelible grace. Yes, I to the end shall endure, as sure as the earnest is giv’n; More happy, but not more secure, the glorified spirits in Heav’n. Used With Tune: LLANGRISTIOLUS Text Sources: Gospel Magazine, 1771

Now Yield We Thanks and Praise

Author: Howard C. Robbins, 1876-1952 Meter: Appears in 6 hymnals First Line: Now yield we thanks and praise to Christ enthroned in glory Lyrics: 1. Now yield we thanks and praise to Christ enthroned in glory, And on this day of days tell out redemption’s story, Who truly have believed that on this blessèd morn, In holiness conceived, the Son of God was born. 2. What tribute shall we pay to Him who came in weakness, And in a manger lay to teach His people meekness? Let every house be bright; let praises never cease; With mercies infinite our Christ hath brought us peace. Used With Tune: WAS FRAG' ICH NACH DER WELT

Whom Having Not Seen, I Love

Author: Maud Fraser Jackson Appears in 28 hymnals First Line: A friend have I who’s ever near Refrain First Line: He’s gone to prepare a place Lyrics: 1 A friend have I who’s ever near, Who comforts me and stills each fear, It is my Lord and Savior dear, Whom, having not seen, I love. Refrain: He’s gone to prepare a place For me in His home above; And I shall behold His face, Whom, having not seen, I love. 2 In vain may fancy strive to trace My Savior’s beauty and His grace; More fair than I can dream, His face, Whom, having not seen, I love. [Refrain] 3 The precious hope of that bright day Illumines all mine earthly way; He’ll take me home with Him to stay, Whom, having not seen, I love. [Refrain] 4 With that glad meeting e’er in view, My pilgrim journey I pursue, And try His holy will to do, Whom, having not seen, I love. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A friend have I who's ever near] Text Sources: The Victory by Charles H. Gabriel (Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, 1908)

Now Cheer Our Hearts

Author: Nikolaus Selnecker, 1532-1592, et al. ; Robert S. Bridges, 1844-1930 Appears in 13 hymnals First Line: Now cheer our hearts this eventide Lyrics: 1. Now cheer our hearts this eventide, Lord Jesus Christ, and with us bide, Thou that canst never set in night, Our heavenly sun, our glorious light. 2. May we and all who bear Thy name By gentle love Thy cross proclaim, Thy gift of peace on earth secure, And for Thy truth the world endure. Used With Tune: ACH BLEIB UNS Text Sources: Appeared posthumously in Geistliche Psalmen (Nürnberg, Germany: 1611)

Now Plead My Cause, Almighty God

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 20 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Now plead my cause, almighty God, With all the sons of strife; And fight against the men of blood, Who fight against my life. 2. Draw out Thy spear and stop their way, Lift Thine avenging rod; But to my soul in mercy say, I am thy Savior God! 3. They plant their snares to catch my feet, And nets of mischief spread; Plunge the destroyers in the pit That their own hands have made. 4. Let fogs and darkness hide their way, And slippery be their ground; Thy wrath shall make their lives a prey, And all their rage confound. 5. They fly like chaff before the wind, Before Thine angry breath; The angel of the Lord behind Pursues them down to death. 6. They love the road that leads to hell; Then let the rebels die, Whose malice is implacable Against the Lord on high. 7. But if Thou hast a chosen few Amongst that impious race, Divide them from the bloody crew, By Thy surprising grace. 8. Then I will raise my tuneful voice, To make Thy wonders known; In their salvation I’ll rejoice, And bless Thee for my own. Used With Tune: BEATI IMMACULATI Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

Again The Christmas Board Is Spread

Author: John W. Chadwick Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Again the Christmas board is spread, Again we gather round; And thanks too deep for words go up To God without a sound. 2 Thanks for the common blessings first, The commonest of all, The daily bread, the manna sweet, That never fails to fall. 3 The daily bread, the daily joy, The greeting morn and eve, The kiss of love, the kiss of peace, Which daily we receive. 4 And if with all the joy He sends Some grief is also there, We praise Him still that He doth give The patience that can bear. 5 Can bear, and through the bearing find Within the hardest lot, Some hidden grace which none may know Save those who have it got. 6 But shall this merry time go past, And thanks remain unsped For Him who said so long ago, I am the living Bread? 7 For Him, star-lit by Mary’s smile, Whom simple shepherds found, And wise men from the brooding East, Where oxen stood around? 8 No wonder that they worshipped Him! He was a baby sweet; They had been foolish not to kneel And kiss His rosy feet. 9 But little recked they as He lay In such a lowly place, That He should be the Man of men, The captain of His race. 10 We differ when we speak of Him, Our words are not the same, But in our hearts there burns for aye, One undivided flame. 11 Our words must differ, but our hearts Still yield Him reverence due; We love in spite of all our creeds; Our love at least is true. 12 And if, above the starry skies, He knows of what is here, He knows there is a place for Him At all our Christmas cheer. Used With Tune: CAMPMEETING Text Sources: A Book of Poems by John White Chadwick (Boston: Roberts brothers, 1876

O Lord, How Many They

Author: Unknown Meter: Appears in 2 hymnals Lyrics: 1. O Lord, how many they Who deeply trouble me; How greatly are they multiplied Who do me injury. 2. There is no help for him, No help in God, they say; Thou art my shield and glory, Lord, Thou art my certain stay. 3. I called to God, He heard From out His holy hill. I fell asleep, I woke in peace, For He sustained me still. 4. Arise and save, O Lord, For Thou didst smite my foe. Salvation cometh from the Lord; His saints His blessings know. Scripture: Psalm 3 Used With Tune: SOUTHWELL (Daman)


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