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Prepare, Ye Saints, To Meet Your Lord

Author: John Needham Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Prepare, ye saints, to meet your Lord, Nor sleep nor slumber more; Bright be your lamps, your vessels filled To feed the wasting store. 2 He comes, He comes, may be the cry In midnight’s deepest gloom; Should then our lamps be void of oil, How sad must be our doom? 3 In vain, when ’tis too late, we seek A fresh supply to get; In vain, when once the door is shut, Our folly we regret. 4 Open, Lord, open, we may cry, But then can’t move His heart; I know you not, the Judge will say, Depart from Me, depart. 5 Lord, for Thy coming may I wait With loins well girt about; In heavenly virtues may I shine, Nor let my lamp go out. 6 Then will the Bridegroom me admit, And own me for His friend; My soul shall feast on heavenly love, Nor shall the banquet end. Used With Tune: DOWNS Text Sources: Hymns Devotional and Moral on Various Subjects (Bristol, England: S. Farley, 1768)

Ever By My Love Be Owned

Author: Bernard of Clairvaux, 1091-1153; Paul Gerhardt; Arthur T. Russell Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Ever by my love be ownèd, Jesu! who hast lovèd me, And hast for my sin atonèd, Sin wherewith I grievèd Thee; Ah! how well is it with me Whensoe’er I bow my knee At the cross where Thou expiredst, And true life for me acquiredst. 2 Heal my soul, Thou my salvation! Heal my weakness; heal my grief: Take away my tribulation; Be to all my ills relief: Ills the Fall on me hath brought, Ills I for myself have wrought: Let Thy blood be my heart bedewing, Ever be my peace be renewing. 3 Be Thy bleeding wounds impressèd Evermore upon my heart; Thus may every hour be blessèd, Nor my thoughts from Thee depart. Thou my treasure art most blest; All my heart in Thee shall rest: Be Thy love on me descending, At Thy feet, O Jesu! bending. Used With Tune: ZION KLAGT Text Sources: Opera Omnia, (Paris 1609), Salve munid salutare; Praxis Pietatis Melica, 5th ed. by Johann Crüger (Berlin, 1653); Psalms and Hymns (Cambridge, England: John Deighton, 1851)

Now The Year Is Over

Author: Rebecca E. Lee Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Now the year is over, Time is drawing nigh For the new year’s dawning: Peaceful now am I. 2 Jesus, grant Thy children Zeal for every day And more joy in service: Guide us in Thy way! 3 Keep us pure and steadfast ’Til we come to Thee! And through tribulation, May we faithful be. 4 When the world is ended And You call us home, May You find us watching On this earth we roam. Used With Tune: MERRIAL

Show Me The Rock

Author: William R. Landon Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: Savior, break this heart of mine Lyrics: 1 Savior, break this heart of mine, Melt it now with love divine; Only Thou my help must be, Only Thou canst set me free. Refrain: Out of the deep and miry clay, Take me away, oh, take me away; Show me the Rock, O Lord, I pray, Rock of eternal ages. 2 Bend Thine ear and hear my cry, Leave me not in sin to die; This my hope, my only plea― Thou didst come to rescue me. [Refrain] 3 Reach Thy hand and lift my soul From the waves that o’er me roll; Where for refuge can I flee? Lord, I perish; save Thou me. [Refrain] 4 Save me now and evermore; Lord, I would Thy name adore; Hide my trembling soul in Thee; Lord, I perish, save Thou me. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Savior, break this heart of mine] Text Sources: On Joyful Wing, by John R. Sweney and William J. Kirkpatrick (Philadelphia: John J. Hood, 1886)

Help Us, O Lord, The Good Decay

Author: Benjamin H. Kennedy Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Help us, O Lord, the good decay; The faithful from the world depart; The liar rules with subtle sway, The false smooth lip, the double heart. 2 The flatterer’s guile the Lord shall quell, The mouth that speaks with boastful glee— Our tongues in matchless power excel, Our lips are strong; what lord have we? 3 He hears the poor man’s deep-drawn sighs He sees the hearts that inly mourn, And Lo, I come, He saith, I rise To save thee from the tyrant’s scorn. 4 Thy Word is pure and perfect, Lord, As silver in the furnace tried: Seven times assayed, that holy Word Seven times hath come forth purified. 5 The souls, O Lord, that with Thee walk Thy love will shield in evil hour, On every side, though sinners stalk, And baseness climbs to lofty power. Used With Tune: IRAE Text Sources: Hymnologia Christiana (London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, 1863)

Christ Is Born

Author: William C. Wilbor Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Christ is born! and heavenly glory Lyrics: 1 Christ is born! and heavenly glory Shines on Bethlehem’s darkened sky; Christ is born! O joyful story! Man’s redemption draweth nigh. 2 "Christ is born!" the herald angel Sings the anthem sweet and clear, "Christ is born!" the bright evangel Sings, while wondering shepherds hear. 3 “Christ is born! peace, joy, and blessing Welcome news to all I bring; Christ is born, all love possessing, Jesus, Son of God, is King! 4 "Christ is born! and in a manger They the holy Babe have laid; Christ is born! the heavenly stranger You shall find, be not afraid." 5 "Christ is born!" the host of Heaven Hovering over Judah’s plain, "Christ is born! Messiah given!" Loud they sing the glad refrain. 6 Christ is born, the Savior, glorious, Comes to suffer, comes to die; Christ is born to live victorious, Born to reign eternally. Used With Tune: ADORATION Text Sources: Ode to Niagara and Other Poems, (New York: Eaton & Mains, 1911)

Christ Is Born, The Promised Savior

Author: F. E. Pettingell Appears in 4 hymnals Refrain First Line: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Lyrics: 1 Christ is born, the promised Savior, Heaven with joyous music rings; Christ is born, the Lord’s anointed, Prince of peace and King of kings. Refrain: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Round the earth the message send: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Never shall His kingdom end. 2 Though His infant head was cradled In a manger of the khan, Angel hosts are His attendants, Son of God and Son of man. [Refrain] 3 Christ is born, O blessèd story! Ages old, yet ever new; Christ is born, extol, enshrine Him, Give the King His rightful due. [Refrain] Used With Tune: FAIRLOP Text Sources: Fair as the Morning by John H. Kurzenknabe and William W. Bentley (Harrisburg, PA: J. H. Kurzenknabe & Sons, 1891)

O What A Day Is Coming

Author: Henry Ostrom Appears in 4 hymnals Refrain First Line: ’Twill surely come Lyrics: 1 O what a day is coming, Swift o’er the hills of time! My soul to meet its glory, Sets all her bells a-chime; What woes will soon be lighted, What solace draweth near; What wrongs will soon be righted, What mysteries made clear! Refrain: ’Twill surely come, It draweth nigh; Its glorious dawn Lights up the sky; ’Twill surely come, It draweth nigh; ’Tis coming by and by. 2 When wide as ocean billows Shall flow the waves of peace, Till man to man is brother, And bitterness shall cease; And, as the incense rises, At morn and eventide, Faith reaps her vast surprises, Where doubt and fear have died. [Refrain] 3 O day of God and manhood, Break o’er these clouded hills, Shine on our rest and labor Till earth with Heaven thrills; Give loyal love and duty, Give rapture for our tears, And shine in golden beauty A million, million years. [Refrain] 4 O what a day is coming, When men with angels vie To cause Jehovah’s praises To sound thro’ earth and sky! When longest friends are greeted, When strangers cease to roam, When man, his task completed, With Jesus rests at home. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [O what a day is coming]

Go Tell The Glad Tidings

Author: Isaac G. Mitchell Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Go tell the glad tidings of Jesus, so sweet Refrain First Line: Go tell the glad tidings again Lyrics: 1 Go tell the glad tidings of Jesus, so sweet, Of Jesus who came from above; The message of mercy to sinners repeat, The story of infinite love. Refrain: Go tell the glad tidings again, And gladly sing out the refrain; The message is true; what more can we do Than tell the old story again? 2 Go tell the glad tidings of Jesus, so sweet, Till all of His mercy shall know; And come with rejoicing to bow at His feet, Redeemed from their sorrow and woe. [Refrain] 3 Go tell the glad tidings of mercy and love, To lost ones where’er they may be; That souls may be won for the kingdom above, And own their salvation to thee. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Go tell the glad tidings of Jesus, so sweet] Text Sources: Christian Endeavor Hymns, by Ira D. Sankey (Boston: United Society of Christian Endeavor, 1894)

O Love Divine, I Come

Author: Samantha Chloe Whippel Shoup Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Upon the mountain of unrest Refrain First Line: O love divine, I come! Lyrics: 1 Upon the mountain of unrest, I heard a voice of loving quest, Come, I will be thy spirit’s rest, And everlasting home! Refrain: O love divine, I come! O love divine, I come! In Thee my wanderings cease, For Thou art rest and peace. 2 I lay my sin and unbelief, My hardened heart, my stony grief, At Thy dear feet with sweet relief, And will no longer roam. [Refrain] 3 My soul is sick and tired of sin, Make Thou my spirit pure and clean; And enter graciously within, And make my heart Thy home. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Upon the mountain of unrest]


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