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O God Our Father

Author: W. B. Dick Hymnal: CYBER #4887 Tune Title: A LITTLE WHILE First Line: O God our Father, we would come to Thee Lyrics: 1. O God our Father, we would come to Thee In virtue of our Savior’s precious blood; All distance gone; our souls by grace set free; We worship Thee, our Father and our God. 2. We would, O God, present before Thy face The fragrant name of Thy belovèd Son; By faith we view Him in that holy place, Which, by His dying, He for us has won. 3. We share Thy joy in Him who sitteth there; Our hearts delight in Thy delight in Him; Chiefest of thousands, fairer than the fair; His glory naught can tarnish, naught can dim. 4. We bow in worship now before Thy throne, By faith the object of Thy love would see; Who, in the midst, His brethren’s song doth lead. To Him, our Savior, shall the glory be! Languages: English

When I Go Home

Author: Charles H. Gabriel Hymnal: CYBER #7321 Tune Title: [A little while, and then the summer day] First Line: A little while, and then the summer day Lyrics: 1. A little while, and then the summer day, When I go home; ’Tis lonesome winter now, but ’twill be May, When I go home; Beyond the gloom of moor and fen I see the welcome warm of those who wait for me, When I go home, when I go home. 2. Work ceases not in sunshine or in show’r, Till I go home; But in the stillness of the twilight hour, I dream of home; And when the night wind moans across the wold, I feel no dread of dark, or chill of cold— I dream of home, I dream of home. 3. All will be well, and all be happiness, When I go home; The wanderings all o’er, and loneliness, When I go home; There will be light at eventide for me, The light that never was on land or sea, When I go home, when I go home. 4. I’ll meet the loved ones I have lost awhile, When I go home; And, best of all, I’ll see my Savior smile, When I go home; Oh, what a joy thro’ all eternity, To sing the praise of Him who died for me, When I go home, when I go home. Languages: English

A Little While to Wait

Author: Charles H. Crandall Hymnal: CYBER #3814 Tune Title: [A little while to wait and watch and wonder] First Line: A little while to wait and watch and wonder Refrain First Line: A little while, a little while Lyrics: 1. A little while to wait and watch and wonder, And then to know the spirit’s glad release; A little while to bear the strife and thunder, And then to hear the harmonies of peace. Refrain A little while, a little while, A little while, and we shall go, To be at home with Christ in Heav’n forever, With all the saints eternal joys to know. 2. A little while to climb life’s stormy mountain, And then to see the vale with beauty rife; A little waiting by the barren fountain, And then to taste the living streams of life. [Refrain] 3. A little while to say, not mine, but Thy way, And then to wonder we were not more wise; A little stumbling in the dusty highway, And then the meadowlands of paradise. [Refrain] Languages: English

I Know He Is Mine

Author: Philip Paul Bliss Hymnal: CYBER #2847 Tune Title: [A long time I wandered in darkness and sin] First Line: A long time I wandered in darkness and sin Lyrics: 1. A long time I wandered in darkness and sin, And wondered if ever the light would shine in; I heard Christian friends speak of raptures divine, And I wished—how I wished—that their Savior were mine. I wished He were mine, yes, I wished He were mine; I wished—how I wished—that their Savior were mine. 2. I heard the glad Gospel of good will to men; I read whosoever again and again; I said to my soul, Can that promise be thine? And then began hoping that Jesus was mine. I hoped He was mine, yes, I hoped He was mine, And then began hoping that Jesus was mine. 3. Oh, mercy surprising! He saves even me! Thy portion forever, He says, will I be; On His Word I am resting—assurance divine: I am hoping no longer, I know He is mine. I know He is mine, yes, I know He is mine, I’m hoping no longer—I know He is mine. Languages: English

She Sweetly Dwells Up There

Author: Ellen McAfee Hymnal: CYBER #7843 Tune Title: [A loving wife, a mother dear] First Line: A loving wife, a mother dear Refrain First Line: She dwells up there in mansions so fair Lyrics: 1 A loving wife, a mother dear, A sister kind and sweet, A precious daughter, oh! so fair! Now rests at Jesus’ feet! She left us here to mourn alone In this sad world of pain, And gained a home of perfect peace Where she will ever reign. Refrain: She dwells up there in mansions so fair That Jesus said He’d go and prepare, And some bright morn, when earth-life is o’er, We’ll meet her where we’ll part nevermore. 2 Our hearts beat heavily with grief, Our tears unbidden flow To part with one we loved so well, But she is safe, we know, For God who doeth all things well, Who knoweth what is best, Hath called, Come home, thou faithful one, And share eternal rest. [Refrain] 3 And when death’s solemn hour drew near, With hope naught could dispel, She called her husband to her side, And told him all was well; She bade him live a Christian life, And raise her children right, And meet her in that happy land, Where sin can never blight. [Refrain] 4 Her memory fresh will ever be To all who knew her here, For she was kind to every one, Bright, smiling, full of cheer; Her life was such a Christlike one, While here on earth she stayed, And now she dwells in that bright home, In snow-white robes arrayed. [Refrain] Languages: English

A Media Noche Resonó

Author: Edmund H. Sears; José L. Santiago Cabrera; Arnfeld C. Morck Hymnal: CYBER #13598 Tune Title: [A media noche resonó] Lyrics: 1 A media noche resonó Glorioso y sin igual Un canto angélico de amor, Sublime y divinal; Brillante luz resplandeció En densa oscuridad, Y a los pastores anunció La voz angelical. 2 "Alzad la vista sin temor, Mortales por doquier; Mensaje de gran gozo os doy, Que es para todo ser: Os ha nacido hoy en Belén, El pueblo de David, Un Salvador y Redentor Que es Cristo el adalid." 3 Mensaje grato proclamó Celeste multitud, Que por los campos resonó Con gozo y gran virtud: "¡En las alturas gloria a Dios, Y al mundo salvación, Al hombre buena voluntad, Paz, gozo y bendición!" Languages: Spanish

A Message From Our Father

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: CYBER #8352 Tune Title: [A message from our Father] Refrain First Line: Peace on earth, good will to men Lyrics: 1 A message from our Father, From yonder home of light, Angelic hosts are bringing On this most glorious night; Bethlehem’s star is glowing Most radiantly on high, While songs of exultation Re-echo through the sky. Refrain: Peace on earth, good will to men, And to the Savior glory; For He is born in Bethlehem, Bright angels tell the story; Let us with joyful hearts reply, Sweet Jesu, we adore Thee! 2 We seek the lowly stable, Led by the angels fair, For Christ, the Son of Mary, Is humbly cradled there; With cherubs watching o’er Him, And seraphs thronging round; O enter in with holy joy! That place is hallowed ground. [Refrain] 3 With shepherds poor and lowly, Our infant God we greet; We offer soul and body In homage at His feet; He lieth in the manger Who rules the worlds on high; O mighty God, we bless Thee, We own Thy majesty! [Refrain] 4 Hail, sweet and precious Savior, Now born to set us free! Hail, lovely Rose of Sharon, All glory be to Thee! Hail, greater Son of David, Our Father’s gift of love! We bless, adore and praise Thee, O Daystar from above! [Refrain] 5 With Christmas benediction Fill every soul, O Lord! Desire of all the nations, Our blest, incarnate God! A message from our Father Sweet angel voices bring; Light up with joy the tapers, Let every church bell ring! [Refrain] Languages: English

A Message Sweet Is Borne to Me

Author: Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby Hymnal: CYBER #4353 Tune Title: [A message sweet is borne to me] Refrain First Line: O glorious song that all day long Lyrics: 1. A message sweet is borne to me On wings of joy divine; A wondrous message, glad and free, That thrills this heart of mine; I’m saved by grace, by grace alone, Through Christ, whose love I claim, No other could for sin atone, Hosanna to His name! Refrain O glorious song that all day long With tuneful note is ringing, I’m saved by grace, amazing grace, And that is why I’m singing! [Refrain] 2. I hear the message that I love When morning dawns anew; I read it in the sun above That shines across the blue; I hear it in the twilight still, And at the sunset hour— I’m saved by grace! what words can thrill With such a magic power? [Refrain] 3. Oh, wondrous grace for all mankind, That spreads from sea to sea! It heals the sick and leads the blind, And sets the prisoner free; The soul that seeks it cannot fail To see the Savior’s face, And Satan’s power cannot prevail If we are saved by grace. [Refrain] Languages: English

A Meteor Bright Its Wondrous Light

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: CYBER #4184 Tune Title: [A meteor bright its wondrous light] Lyrics: 1. A meteor bright its wondrous light O’er Bethlem’s city shed, To lead the way where Jesus lay, Upon His lonely bed. No nobles wait, no pomp or state Surrounds the Babe divine, But o’er His head bright circles spread, In golden glories shine. 2. The wise men came to bless His name And own the Savior King, And shepherd swains from far off plains Their hearts’ glad incense bring. So lowly born, He was the scorn Of nations, kings and priests; No belfry chime that Christmastime Rang at their lordly feasts. 3. But heavenly choirs attuned their lyres To hail a prince’s birth, And rapturous song from angel throng Greeted the ear of earth. The star is gone—the song flows on To herald brighter days; And truth’s pure beams in glowing streams Make clear life’s darkened ways. Languages: English

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

Author: Martin Luther; Frederic H. Hedge Hymnal: CYBER #4259 Tune Title: [A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing] First Line: A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing Lyrics: 1. A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing; Our helper He, amid the flood of mortal ills prevailing: For still our ancient foe doth seek to work us woe; His craft and power are great, and, armed with cruel hate, On earth is not his equal. 2. Did we in our own strength confide, our striving would be losing; Were not the right Man on our side, the Man of God’s own choosing: Dost ask who that may be? Christ Jesus, it is He; Lord Sabaoth, His name, from age to age the same, And He must win the battle. 3. And though this world, with devils filled, should threaten to undo us, We will not fear, for God hath willed His truth to triumph through us: The Prince of Darkness grim, we tremble not for him; His rage we can endure, for lo, his doom is sure, One little word shall fell him. 4. That word above all earthly powers, no thanks to them, abideth; The Spirit and the gifts are ours through Him who with us sideth: Let goods and kindred go, this mortal life also; The body they may kill: God’s truth abideth still, His kingdom is forever. Alternate translation: 1. A mighty fortress is our God, a trusty shield and weapon; He helps us free from every need that hath us now overtaken. The old evil foe now means deadly woe; deep guile and great might Are his dread arms in fight; on Earth is not his equal. 2. With might of ours can naught be done, soon were our loss effected; But for us fights the Valiant One, whom God Himself elected. Ask ye, who is this? Jesus Christ it is. Of Sabbath Lord, and there’s none other God; He holds the field forever. 3. Though devils all the world should fill, all eager to devour us. We tremble not, we fear no ill, they shall not overpower us. This world’s prince may still scowl fierce as he will, He can harm us none, he’s judged; the deed is done; One little word can fell him. 4. The Word they still shall let remain nor any thanks have for it; He’s by our side upon the plain with His good gifts and Spirit. And take they our life, goods, fame, child and wife, Let these all be gone, they yet have nothing won; The kingdom ours remaineth. Languages: English


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