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The Spirit And Bride Say Come

Author: Grant Colfax Tullar Appears in 13 hymnals First Line: A glorious invitation Refrain First Line: The Spirit says come Lyrics: 1 A glorious invitation Now calls you to the feast; Each soul is now invited, The greatest and the least. Come, all ye heavy laden, With sorrow or with care— Today you are invited, Your burdens Christ will bear. Refrain: The Spirit says come, The Bride says come; Let him that heareth come; Let him that thirsteth come, And whosoever will Let him take of the water of Life freely. 2 That blessèd invitation! Oh, hear today and heed; The Spirit now is calling, Why longer dwell in need? Thy soul today is fainting, For Christ the living bread; Accept the invitation, Come while the feast is spread. [Refrain] 3 Repeat the invitation! Pass on the blessèd news; Let none forsake His mercy, Or pardon now refuse. ’Tis Jesus that is calling— All things are ready, come— The Spirit will direct you, The Bride will welcome home. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A glorious invitation] Text Sources: Ocean Grove Songs by James N. Fitzgerald, Charles H. Yatman and Tali Esen Morgan (Ocean Grove, NJ: Ocean Grove Association, 1900)
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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)
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Beautiful Homeland

Author: Laura E. Newell Appears in 7 hymnals First Line: A city awaits us we soon shall behold Refrain First Line: Oh, I long, yes I long there to dwell Lyrics: 1. A city awaits us we soon shall behold, Whose walls are of jasper, whose streets are of gold; Not half of its glories have ever been told, Blessèd homeland, dear homeland, sweet home of the soul. Refrain Oh, I long, yes I long there to dwell, Mid the pleasures no mortal can tell, In the place our dear Savior has gone to prepare, Blessèd homeland, dear homeland, sweet home of the soul. 2. The friends that we love who have gone on before, Now wait for our coming on yonder bright shore, Where day never fades, tears may fall nevermore, Blessèd homeland, dear homeland, sweet home of the soul. [Refrain] 3. O homeland, dear homeland! tho’ eye hath not seen, And sometimes the shadowy clouds intervene, Thy light we’ll behold, and thy pastures so green, Blessèd homeland, dear homeland, sweet home of the soul. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A city awaits us we soon shall behold]
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Just the Right Savior Is Jesus

Author: Kittie Deason Appears in 8 hymnals First Line: A Savior once came from the mansions of light Refrain First Line: He's just the right Savior for me Lyrics: 1. A Savior once came from the mansions of light, He’s just the right Savior for me; To save my poor soul from its darkness and night, He’s just the right Savior for me. Refrain He’s just the right Savior for me, My King and Redeemer is He; Yes, just the right Savior is Jesus, He’s just the right Savior for me. 2. This Savior was loving, so gentle and kind, He’s just the right Savior for me; No sin in His life could His enemies find, He’s just the right Savior for me. [Refrain 3. Tho’ He was despised and rejected of men, He’s just the right Savior for me; He carried my sorrows, my griefs and my sin, He’s just the right Savior for me. [Refrain] 4. Once nailed to the cross, where He suffered and died, He’s just the right Savior for me; The blood flowing down from His hands and His side, He’s just the right Savior for me. [Refrain] 5. Tho’ buried, He rose from the gloom of the grave, He’s just the right Savior for me; He’s reigning in Heaven, my soul He can save, He’s just the right Savior for me. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A Savior once came from the mansions of light]
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A Boy Is Born In Bethlehem

Author: Henry I. D. Ryder Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1 A Boy is born in Bethlehem, Joy bringing to Jerusalem. He lieth in a manger poor Whose kingdom shall for aye endure. 2 The ox and ass knew and adored The Infant that was Christ the Lord. The kings of Saba came to bring Gold, myrrh and incense to their king. 3 The offspring He of virgin bright, Made mother by high Heaven’s might. One after one the cot forlorn Entering, they hail their prince new born. 4 The serpent’s venom knew Him not, Though of our blood He chose His lot: Made like to us in human kin, Unlike us in respect of sin. 5 That like Him He might make us be, And with Himself and God agree. In this birth’s joy let all accord, And bless for ever Christ the Lord. Used With Tune: PUER NOBIS NASCITUR Text Sources: 14th Century Benedictine processional; Tr.: Annus Sanctus (Vol. 1) by Orby Shipley (London and New York: Burns & Oates, 1884)
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Almighty Lord, Whose Sovereign Right

Author: Evelyn R. Hassé Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Almighty Lord, whose sovereign right Extends o’er every nation, We bless Thee for the Gospel light That brought to us salvation. And unto Thee we raise our prayer For all in darkness dwelling, That they with us Thy light may share, With us Thy praise be telling. 2 O, hear us as we call on Thee For all the truth possessing; That they may ever ready be To share the heavenly blessing. To send to earth’s remotest shore The gladdening Gospel story, That all the heathen may adore Jesus, the King of Glory. 3 As with Thine eyes, Lord, may we see The world in darkness lying; And may Thy love the motive be To save the lost, the dying. The precious harvest waiting lies, But few the workers number— O Church of Christ! arise! arise! Arouse thee from thy slumber! 4 Lord, Lord, the impulse must be Thine, Forgive our sloth, our dullness; O quicken us with life divine, With all Thy Spirit’s fullness. So may our love and faith increase. Our fervor and devotion; To speed the messengers of peace O’er every land and ocean. 5 There evermore be with them, Lord, And evermore befriend them; Be Thou their shield and great reward To succor and defend them. Prosper their faithful ministry, Till, in the day appointed, The kingdoms of the world shall be The realm of Thine Anointed. Used With Tune: CONSTANCE (Sullivan)
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A Gladsome Hymn of Praise We Sing

Author: Ambrose N. Blatchford Meter: 8.7.8.7 with refrain Appears in 28 hymnals Refrain First Line: In Him rejoice with heart and voice Lyrics: 1. A gladsome hymn of praise we sing, And thankfully we gather To bless the love of God above, Our everlasting Father. Refrain In Him rejoice with heart and voice Whose glory fadeth never, Whose providence is our defense, Who lives and loves forever. 2. From shades of night He calls the light, And from the sod the flower; From every cloud His blessings break In sunshine or in shower. [Refrain] 3. Full in His sight His children stand, By His strong arm defended, And He whose wisdom guides the world, Our footsteps hath attended. [Refrain] 4. For nothing falls unknown to Him, Or care or joy or sorrow, And He whose mercy ruled the past Will be our stay tomorrow. [Refrain] 5. Then praise the Lord with one accord, To His great name give glory, And of His never changing love Repeat the wondrous story. [Refrain] Used With Tune: CANAAN
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The Work Must Go On

Author: Laurene Highfield Appears in 16 hymnals First Line: A glad message rings thro' the world today Refrain First Line: The good work must go on and on Lyrics: 1. A glad message rings thro’ the world today, It echoes thro’ the countries afar, That the rising Sun, with celestial ray, Scatters healing where’er men are. Refrain The good work must go on and on, Till the world for the Lord is won, Greater triumphs must be gained, Greater heights in love attained, Till the glorious day of God shall dawn. 2. There are many souls that were dark as night, All shadowed by the blackness of sin, That are glowing now with immortal light, Since the glory of God shone in. [Refrain] 3. There are hungry hearts that were starved for bread, But Jesus has supplied every need; For on Him, the Bread of Life, they have fed Till their spirits are glad indeed. [Refrain] 4. And the deaf shall hear, and the blind eyes see; The Word of God shall quicken and glow; Christ the King of earth and Heaven still shall be Till His glory each heart shall know. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A glad message rings thro' the world today]
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A Child For Us Is Born This Day

Author: Unknown Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 A child for us is born this day, The angels’ king is He; The Lord who over all has sway, Nursed here vouchsafes to be. 2 In manger where the asses fed The Child divine is laid; Whom they as Christ acknowledgèd, As King and Lord obeyed. 3 With joy the angels fillèd were, And with the Lord do sing; Glory to God above the sphere In tuneful notes does ring. 4 Then Herod, who with fear was seized, His envy great displays; With slaughtered babes must be appeased, Whose gore his fear allays. 5 Thou who wast born as on this day Of virgin Mary pure, Lead and conduct us in the way To joys which e’er endure. Used With Tune: THE WAITS' SONG Text Sources: 15th Century or earlier
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Give Thanks To God

Author: Ira Evans Hicks Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Give thanks to God, for He is good Refrain First Line: It is better to trust in the Lord Lyrics: 1 Give thanks to God, for He is good, His mercy ever doth endure; Let all of Israel now say His mercy evermore is sure. Refrain: It is better to trust in the Lord, It is better to trust in the Lord, It is better to trust in the Lord, Than to put your confidence in man. 2 Let now the house of Aaron say His mercy ever doth endure; Let them that fear the Lord now say His mercy ever doth endure. [Refrain] 3 In my distress I called on God; Jehovah heard my earnest prayer; And since the Lord is on my side, What man can do I will not fear. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Give thanks to God for He is good] Text Sources: The Revival No. 4 (Atlanta: Charlie D. Tillman, circa 1903)

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