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Awake With Joy, Salute The Morn!

Appears in 1 hymnal Refrain First Line: Hark! Hark! the heav’nly angels sing Lyrics: 1 Awake with joy, salute the morn! The Savior of mankind is born, The Savior of mankind is born. Awake and tune your voice to sing Hosanna to the newborn King! Refrain: Hark! Hark! the heav’nly angels sing; Hark! Hark! the heav’nly angels sing, Hosanna, hosanna, hosanna! Hosanna to the newborn King! Hark! Hark! the heav’nly angels sing; Hark! Hark! the heav’nly angels sing, Hosanna, hosanna, hosanna! Hosanna to the newborn King! 2 Lo, see the shepherds on the plains, They shout, and sing melodious strains, They shout, and sing melodious strains! They left their flocks and herds behind, The Lord and Savior for to find. [Refrain] 3 See Heav’n’s great Heir—a virgin’s Son! Behold a manger for His throne! Behold a manger for His throne! With rapture view the Lamb of God, Born to redeem us with His blood. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Awake with joy, salute the morn] Text Sources: English traditional
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All is fulfilled—my heart, record

Author: Johann E. Schmidt, 1670-1745; Arthur T. Russell Meter: 8.8.9.9.10.8 Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 All is fulfilled—my heart, record The dying words of thy dear Lord. When He those bitter pains sustainèd, Which on the cross thy life obtainèd, He who did all things well, Then bowed His head, Exclaiming, "It is finishèd." 2 All is fulfilled—the cross hath wrought Whate’er the Law and prophets taught. Where all the strength of nature failèd, There Jesu’s wounds for all availèd. That which before the worlds Heav’n counselèd, Now through His death is finishèd. 3 All is fulfilled—all satisfied: The Father lays His wrath aside; Our peace is made, and justice stillèd, Since God’s own Son hath all fulfillèd. What then shall wake the heart To anxious dread? Believe now, "It is finishèd." 4 All is fulfilled—I am made free Possessed of true felicity: Now Jesus sin and death subdueth, And us with life and grace reneweth; So when to dissolution Worlds are led, This stays us—"It is finishèd." Used With Tune: ES IST VOLLBRACHT Text Sources: Psalms and Hymns (Cambridge, England: John Deighton, 1851)
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The Land Of Sunshine

Author: Charles Edmunds Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Far away beyond the shadows Refrain First Line: Fair land of sunshine, bright are thy skies Lyrics: 1 Far away beyond the shadows Of the world, with all its care, There’s a land where glorious sunlight never dies; Where the Father has prepared for us A mansion bright and fair, Where He summons all His loved ones to the skies. Refrain: Fair land of sunshine, bright are thy skies; To thee with longing I lift mine eyes; Dear ones are calling, calling to me, Waiting my coming over the sea. 2 There the Savior sits in glory On His throne of royal might, While the angel hosts, adoring, round Him fall; The triumphant chorus swelling, from the seraphs pure and bright, As they hail the gentle Savior "Lord of all." [Refrain] 3 There are many loved ones yonder Who will bid us welcome home When our journeying and trials here are o’er; And our spirits shall be wafted Safe across the swelling tide To the golden strand of Heaven’s sunlit shore. [Refrain] 4 We shall gladly hear the message When He bids us, "Rise and come," And we lay our every earthly burden down; On an angel’s snowy pinions We shall speed to yon bright home And will wear the spotless robe and heav’nly crown. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Far away beyond the shadows] Text Sources: Saving Grace by Alonzo Stone and Adam Geibel (Philadelphia: Stone & Bechter Publishers, 1898)
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A Child Is Born In Bethlehem

Author: Richard F. Littledale Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 A Child is born in Bethlehem And joyful is Jerusalem. He lies within a lowly stall, The King who reigneth over all. 2 The ox and ass beheld that sight, And knew Him for the Lord of Might. The wise men hasten to their king, And gold, and myrrh, and incense bring. 3 Sprung from no mortal father, He Is born of pure virginity. Unwounded by the serpent’s tooth, He comes to us a man in sooth. 4 Like to the flesh man dwelleth in, But all unlike to man in sin. That He might bring our mortal race Back to the image of His face. 5 A Child is born in Bethlehem, And joyful is Jerusalem. Now upon this, His natal day, Bless we our infant Lord alway. Used With Tune: SHALEM Text Sources: Possibly from a 14th Century Benedictine processional from the monastery of St. Georg, Hradlisch, near Olmütz , Czech Republic); Tr.: Lyra Messianica by Orby Shipley (London: Longman, Green, Longman, roberts & Green, 1864)
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A Wedding Took Place

Author: Susan Peterson Meter: 12.11.12.11 D Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: A wedding took place in the village of Cana Lyrics: 1. A wedding took place in the village of Cana, And Jesus, His mother, and followers all came. The wine was exhausted, and Mary informed Him, They have no more wine—this would surely bring shame. Dear woman, He answered, why do you involve Me? My time to be recognized has not yet come. His mother then said to the servants there waiting, Whatever He tells you, now let it be done. 2. Six water jars stood there for ritual washing, Each holding then full twenty gallons or more. He said to the servants, Now fill them with water. They filled them brimful; there was no room for more. Then Jesus instructed, Take some to the master. The water had turned into wine—none knew how. On tasting, the master exclaimed in amazement, The choicest and best wine you’ve saved until now! 3. When Jesus turned water to wine there in Cana, This was the first miracle He’d ever done. His glory He thus did reveal to the people, And as a result, His disciples were won. Lord, may I be like them, believing You fully. And like the stone water jars, may I e’er be, Filled up to the brim with Your transforming Spirit. Reveal now Your glory to others through me. Used With Tune: ASH GROVE
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A Cry, as of Pain

Author: Sarah Geraldine Stock Appears in 10 hymnals First Line: A cry, as of pain, again and again Lyrics: 1. A cry, as of pain, again and again, Is borne o’er the deserts and wide spreading main; A cry from the lands that in darkness are lying, A cry from the hearts that in sorrow are sighing; It comes unto me; it comes unto thee; Oh what—oh what shall the answer be? 2. Oh! hark to the call; it comes unto all Whom Jesus hath rescued from sin’s deadly thrall; Come over and help us! in bondage we languish; Come over and help us! we die in our anguish!; It comes unto me; it comes unto thee; Oh what—oh what shall the answer be? 3. It comes to the soul that Christ hath made whole, The heart that is longing His name to extol; It comes with a chorus of pitiful wailing; It comes with a plea which is strong and prevailing; For Christ’s sake to me; For Christ’s sake to thee; Oh what—oh what shall the answer be? 4. We come, Lord, to Thee, Thy servants are we; Inspire Thou the answer, and true it shall be! If here we should work, or afar Thou should send us, Oh grant that Thy mercy may ever attend us, That each one may be a witness for Thee, Till all the earth shall Thy glory see! Used With Tune: [A cry, as of pain, again and again]
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No One Loves You So

Author: Alfred Barratt Appears in 8 hymnals First Line: Are the burdens you carry too heavy to bear? Refrain First Line: There is no one who loves you like Jesus Lyrics: 1. Are the burdens you carry too heavy to bear? Does the weight of your sin fill your heart with despair? Go to Jesus for aid, He will answer your prayer; There is no one who loves you so. Refrain There is no one who loves you like Jesus, No one who loves you so; For the cross you lay down He will give you a crown; There is no one who loves you so. 2. Do you think in your sorrow you suffer alone? All your grief and your sadness to Him are made known; He hath never forsaken or turned from His own; There is no one who loves you so. [Refrain] 3. He alone can redeem you from darkness and woe; He will wash all your sins till they’re white as the snow, And His wonderful grace you may constantly know; There is no one who loves you so. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Are the burdens you carry too heavy to bear?]
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A Dread Hath Come on Me

Author: Simon Dach; Catherine Winkworth Meter: 6.6.7 D Appears in 2 hymnals Lyrics: 1. A dread hath come on me, I know not where to flee, My pow’rs can naught avail me; My trembling limbs grow weak, My lips refuse to speak, My heart and senses fail me. 2. For thinking on that sound That once shall pierce the ground And make its slumb’rers tremble, Arise! the day of doom Is come at last—is come! Before the judge assemble! 3. Ah God! no tempest’s shock That cleaves the solid rock Could make my spirit shiver As doth that awful tone; Were my heart steel or stone ’Twould hear that voice and quiver. 4. I eat, or wake, or sleep, I talk, or smile, or weep, Yet still that voice of thunder Is sounding through my heart— Forget not what thou art, The doom thou liest under! 5. For daily do I see How many deaths there be, How swiftly all things wither; How sickness fills the grave, Or fire, or sword, or wave Is sweeping thousands thither. 6. My turn will soon be here, The end is drawing near, I hear its warning plainly; Death knocketh at my door And tells me all is o’er, And I would fly him vainly. 7. Ah! who in this my strait Will be mine advocate? Will all things leave me friendless? My wealth and power are dust, This judge is ever just, His righteous doom is endless. 8. Lord Jesus Christ! ’tis Thou Alone canst help me now, But ’twas for this Thou camest, To save us in this hour— Then show Thy mercy’s power, For they are safe Thou claimest. 9. Speak Thou for me! Thou art The refuge of my heart; With gladness let me hear Thee; Bid me to Thee ascend, Where praise shall never end, And love shall aye be near Thee. Used With Tune: ANGST Text Sources: Translation: Chorale Book for England (London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, 1863), number 28
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A Few More Marchings Weary

Author: Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby Appears in 22 hymnals Refrain First Line: O'er time's rapid river, soon we'll rest forever Lyrics: 1. A few more marchings weary, then we’ll gather home! A few more storm clouds dreary, then we’ll gather home! A few more days the cross to bear, And then with Christ a crown to wear; A few more marchings weary, then we’ll gather home! Refrain O’er time’s rapid river, soon we’ll rest forever; No more marchings weary when we gather home! 2. A few more nights of weeping, then we’ll gather home! A few more watches keeping, then we’ll gather home! A few more vict’ries over sin, A few more sheaves to gather in, A few more marchings weary, then we’ll gather home! [Refrain] 3. A few more sweet links broken, then we’ll gather home! A few more kind words spoken, then we’ll gather home! A few more partings on the strand, And then away to Canaan’s land: A few more marchings weary, then we’ll gather home! [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A few more marchings weary]
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O Lord, How Many They

Author: Unknown Meter: 6.6.8.6 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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