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The Lord, Who Late Was Dead

Author: Thomas Kelly Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 The Lord, who late was dead, Now lives; then haste away, And through the world the tidings spread, The Lord is ris’n today. 2 While foes are filled with fear; His joyful friends may say, What glorious news is this we hear? The Lord is ris’n today. 3 His triumph is complete, Let all His people say; And let ten thousand tongues repeat, The Lord is ris’n today. 4 Let all His people sing, For well His people may; The theme is sweet; of hope the spring, The Lord is ris’n today. 5 On Him our souls rely, Desponding thoughts away; We know ’tis true, and sing with joy, The Lord is ris’n today. Used With Tune: ADVENT Text Sources: Hymns Not Before Published (Dublin: Thomas Johnston, 1815)

Where Are They Going?

Author: Ella E. Miles Meter: 10.10 D Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Where are they going—these swift, restless feet? Lyrics: 1 Where are they going—these swift, restless feet? Where are they bearing the crowd that we meet? Here, and now there they pass quickly along; Which way will they carry the fast, changing throng? 2 Where are they going? On missions of love, Spreading the tidings of Jesus above? Bearing some one who will gladly repeat Stories of mercy, so wondrously sweet? 3 Where are they going? Two paths lie before, One or the other we all must pass o’er; Broad one of death—that is crowded today— Narrow, of life, but so few on the way. 4 Where are they going? O say, little one, Over which way will thy tender feet run? Life’s journey starting, with steps all ahead— Where are they going? Which path will you tread? Used With Tune: RASHT Text Sources: Carols of Hope (Boston: Advent Christian Publication Society, 1906)

All Hail The Gladsome Easter Morn

Author: Anonymous Meter: Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: All hail the gladsome Easter morn, Lyrics: 1 All hail the gladsome Easter morn, For which the springtime’s flow’rs are born; Earth wears her gayest robes today, And casts her Lenten garb away. Ring out! Ring clear! Ring far and near, Oh, bells in steeples high! Ring in the dawn of Easter morn, Beneath the springtime sky. 2 Bloom, lilies, on your slender stems To crown the day like diadems, And lifting up your petals white, Make Easter altars glad and bright. While ring so clear, from far and near, The bells in steeple high, And glad hearts raise their song of praise Beneath the springtime’s sky. Used With Tune: CHIPPING ONGAR Text Sources: Carols New and Carols Old by Charles L. Hutchins (Boston: Parish Choir, 1916)

A Bible Christian

Author: A. M. K. Deidrick Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: A Bible Christian I will be Refrain First Line: The Bible's good enough for me Lyrics: 1. A Bible Christian I will be, For Christ has done so much for me; Then how could I my Lord deny, And on the words of men rely? Refrain The Bible’s good enough for me, The Bible’s truth my creed shall be; From human creeds I turn away, I stand for Christ alone today. 2. Tho’ many follow human plans, Believe the creeds set up by man; No other creed have I today Than Christ, who is the Truth, the Way. [Refrain] 3. The Word by inspiration giv’n, The chart that points the way to Heav’n; On this I dare and will depend, And with my life its truth defend. [Refrain] 4. Believe in Christ, repent of sin, Confess your faith, and peace you’ll win; Then ’neath the water with Him go, And you His peace and joy shall know. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A Bible Christian I will be]

Heaven At Last

Author: Morton B. Wharton Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Heav’n at last—I’ve reached the harbor Lyrics: 1 Heav’n at last—I’ve reached the harbor, For whose calm I long have prayed; Trees of life—celestial arbor— I repose beneath their shade. Refrain: Hark! I hear the angels singing, Morning breaks, your night is past, And the crystal bells are ringing Welcome to your home at last. 2 Heav’n at last—the Savior liveth, See Him on His blissful seat; Crowns of life to each He giveth, Crowns they cast before His feet. [Refrain] 3 Heav’n at last—my loved ones gather, Tell me of their joys on high; Tell me how the blessèd Father Wipes the tear from sorrow’s eye. [Refrain] 4 Heav’n at last—and now like Jesus, Every raptured saint I see; Now we see Him as He sees us, Evermore with Him to be. [Refrain] Used With Tune: CASTILLO Text Sources: Songs of Praise Number Two by J. Wilbur Chapman and Owen F. Pugh (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1905)

Still One In Life, And One In Death

Author: Horatius Bonar Meter: Appears in 19 hymnals First Line: Still one in life and one in death Lyrics: 1 Still one in life and one in death, One in our hope of rest above; One in our joy, our trust, our faith, One in each other’s faithful love. 2 Yet must we part, and parting, weep; What else has earth for us in store? Our farewell pangs, how sharp and deep! Our farewell words, how sad and sore! 3 Yet shall we meet again in peace, To sing the song of festal joy, Where none shall bid our gladness cease, And none our fellowship destroy. 4 Where none shall beckon us away, Nor bid our festival be done; Our meeting-time th’eternal day, Our meeting-place th’eternal throne. 5 There, hand in hand, firm-linked at last, And, heart to heart, enfolded all, We’ll smile upon the troubled past, And wonder why we wept at all. Used With Tune: CAIRO

Christ In His Heavenly Garden

Author: Francis T. Palgrave Meter: Appears in 19 hymnals First Line: Christ in His heavenly garden walks all day Lyrics: 1 Christ in His heavenly garden walks all day, And calls to souls upon the world’s highway; Wearied with trifles, maimed and sick with sin, Christ by the gate stands, and invites them in. 2 “How long, unwise, will ye pursue your woe? Here from the throne sweet waters ever go: Here the white lilies shine like stars above: Here in the red rose burns the face of love. 3 “’Tis not from earthly paths I bid you flee, But lighter in My ways your feet will be: ’Tis not to summon you from human mirth, But add a depth and sweetness not of earth. 4 “Still by the gate I stand as on ye stray: Turn your steps hither: am not I the Way? The sun is falling fast; the night is nigh: Why will ye wander? Wherefore will ye die? 5 Look on My hands and side, for I am He: None to the Father cometh, but by Me: For you I died; once more I call you home: I live again for you: My children, come! Used With Tune: GOLDEN GROVE Text Sources: Chapel Melodies by Silas J. Vail and Robert Lowry (New York: Biglow & Main, 1868)

That Beautiful Land

Author: Jonathan E. Hall Appears in 125 hymnals First Line: A beautiful land by faith I see Refrain First Line: Will you go? Will you go? Lyrics: 1 A beautiful land by faith I see, A land of rest, from sorrow free; The home of the ransomed, bright and fair, And beautiful angels, too, are there. Refrain: Will you go? Will you go? Go to that beautiful land with me? Will you go? Will you go? Go to that beautiful land with me? 2 That beautiful land, City of Light, It ne’er has known the shades of night; The glory of God, the light of day Hath driven the darkness far away. [Refrain] 3 In visions I see its streets of gold, Its pearly gates I, too, behold; The river of life, the crystal sea, The ambrosial fruit of life’s fair tree. [Refrain] 4 The heav’nly throng arrayed in white, In rapture range the plains of light; And in one harmonious choir they praise Their glorious Savior’s matchless grace. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A beautiful land by faith I see] Text Sources: Supplement to the Advent and Sabbath Hymn Book by James White (Battle Creek, Michigan, 1858)

I Only Know It Reaches Me

Author: Minnie B. Johnson Meter: Appears in 13 hymnals First Line: I know not why God’s wondrous grace Refrain First Line: It reaches me, it reaches me Lyrics: 1 I know not why God’s wondrous grace, To all the world He offers free; Nor why His love shall never cease, I only know it reaches me. Refrain: It reaches me, it reaches me, God’s grace so wondrous reaches me; I know not why it is so free, I only know it reaches me. 2 I know not why such saving faith As this could ever, ever be, Bestowed on one of little worth, I only know it reaches me. [Refrain] 3 I know not why the Spirit comes A witness in my soul to be; To witness to the cleansing power, I only know it reaches me. [Refrain] 4 I know not why these gifts to man, Or what in man the Lord could see; That He should send such bounteous grace, I only know it reaches me. [Refrain] Used With Tune: VAN NUYS

Weighed In The Balance

Author: Barney Elliott Warren Appears in 17 hymnals First Line: Weighed in the balance of justice true Refrain First Line: Weighed and found wanting Lyrics: 1 Weighed in the balance of justice true, Sinful the path thou hast trod; Weighed and found wanting—will it be you? Weighed by the word of God. Refrain: Weighed and found wanting, Weighed and found wanting, Rejected at Heaven’s door. 2 There it will hurt like a wounding dart When this dread answer shall fall; Weighed and found wanting—’twill pierce thy heart At the last judgment call. [Refrain] 3 Weighed by the word which is given now, Search it and know thou art pure; Unto its mandates in meekness bow, Then thou shalt be secure. [Refrain] 4 At the tribunal where Christ is judge, Where every deed is made known, Weighed and found wanting each guilty soul Stands there before His throne. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Weighed in the balance of justice true] Text Sources: Truth in Song (Anderson, IN: Gospel Trumpet Publishing Company, 1907)


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