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Lift Up Your Hearts to Things Above

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: Appears in 88 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Lift up your hearts to things above, Ye followers of the Lamb, And join with us to praise His love, And glorify His name. 2. To Jesus’ name give thanks and sing, Whose mercies never end: Rejoice! rejoice! the Lord is king; The King is now our friend! 3. We, for His sake, count all things loss; On earthly good look down; And joyfully sustain the cross, Till we receive the crown. 4. O let us stir each other up, Our faith by works to approve, By holy, purifying hope, And the sweet task of love! 5. Love us, though far in flesh disjoined, Ye lovers of the Lamb; And ever bear us on your mind, Who think and speak the same: 6. You on our minds we ever bear, Whoe’er to Jesus bow; Stretch out the arms of faith and prayer, And lo! we reach you now. 7. Surely we now your souls embrace, With you we now appear Present before the throne of grace, And you, and Christ, are here. 8. The blessings all on you be shed, Which God in Christ imparts; We pray the Spirit of our Head Into your faithful hearts. 9. Mercy and peace your portion be, To carnal minds unknown, The hidden manna, and the tree Of life, and the white stone. 10. Live till the Lord in glory come, And wait His Heaven to share: Our Savior now prepares our home: Go on—we’ll meet you there. Used With Tune: HUMMEL Text Sources: Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1749

The Praise of Sion Waits for Thee

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 80 hymnals Lyrics: 1. The praise of Sion waits for Thee, My God, and praise becomes Thy house; There shall Thy saints Thy glory see, And there perform their public vows. 2. O Thou whose mercy bends the skies To save when humble sinners pray, All lands to Thee shall lift their eyes, And islands of the northern sea. 3. Against my will my sins prevail, But grace shall purge away their stain; The blood of Christ shall never fail To wash my garments white again. 4. Blessed is the man whom Thou shalt choose, And give him kind access to Thee; Give him a place within Thy house, To taste Thy love divinely free. 5. Let Babel fear when Sion prays; Babel, prepare for long distress, When Sion’s God Himself arrays In terror and in righteousness. 6. With dreadful glory God fulfills What His afflicted saints request; And with almighty wrath reveals His love, to give His churches rest. 7. Then shall the flocking nations run To Sion’s hill, and own their Lord; The rising and the setting sun Shall see the Savior’s name adored. Used With Tune: CHURCH TRIUMPHANT Text Sources: The Psalms of David, 1719

Dare To Be a Daniel

Author: Philip P. Bliss Appears in 130 hymnals First Line: Standing by a purpose true Lyrics: 1. Standing by a purpose true, Heeding God’s command, Honor them, the faithful few! All hail to Daniel’s band! Refrain Dare to be a Daniel, Dare to stand alone! Dare to have a purpose firm! Dare to make it known. 2. Many mighty men are lost Daring not to stand, Who for God had been a host By joining Daniel’s band. [Refrain] 3. Many giants, great and tall, Stalking through the land, Headlong to the earth would fall, If met by Daniel’s band. [Refrain] 4. Hold the Gospel banner high! On to vict’ry grand! Satan and his hosts defy, And shout for Daniel’s band. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Standing by a purpose true]

Lord, Thou in All Things Like Wast Made

Author: Joseph Anstice Meter: Appears in 10 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Lord, Thou in all things like wast made To us, yet free from sin; Then how unlike to us, O Lord, Replies the voice within. 2. Our faith is weak; O light of light, Clear Thou our clouded view; That Son of Man, and Son of God, We give Thee honor due. 3. O Son of Man, Thyself hast proved Our trials and our tears; Life’s thankless toil and scant repose, Death’s agonies and fears. 4. O Son of God, in glory raised, Thou sittest on Thy throne: Thence, by Thy pleadings and Thy grace, Still succoring Thine own. 5. Brother and Savior, friend and judge! To Thee, O Christ, be given To bind upon Thy crown the names Most blest in earth and Heaven. Used With Tune: ST. AGNES

Hallelujah for the Cross!

Author: Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889 Appears in 131 hymnals First Line: The cross, it standeth fast Refrain First Line: Hallelujah, hallelujah Lyrics: 1. The cross, it standeth fast— Hallelujah, hallelujah! Defying every blast— Hallelujah, hallelujah! The winds of hell have blown, The world its hate hath shown, Yet it is not overthrown— Hallelujah for the cross! Refrain Hallelujah, hallelujah, Hallelujah for the cross; Hallelujah, hallelujah, It shall never suffer loss! 2. It is the old cross still— Hallelujah, hallelujah! Its triumph let us tell— Hallelujah, hallelujah! The grace of God here shone Thru Christ, the blessèd Son, Who did for sin atone— Hallelujah for the cross! [Refrain] 3. ’Twas here the debt was paid— Hallelujah, hallelujah! Our sins on Jesus laid— Hallelujah, hallelujah! So round the cross we sing Of Christ, our offering, Of Christ, our living King— Hallelujah for the cross! [Refrain] Used With Tune: [The cross, it standeth fast]

With Joy We Lift Our Eyes

Author: Thomas Jervis Meter: Appears in 88 hymnals Lyrics: 1. With joy we lift our eyes, To those bright realms above, That glorious temple in the skies, Where dwells eternal love. 2. Before Thy throne we bow, O Thou almighty king; Here we present the solemn vow And hymns of praise we sing. 3. While in Thy house we kneel, With trust and holy fear, Thy mercy and Thy truth reveal, And lend a gracious ear. 4. Lord, teach our hearts to pray, And tune our lips to sing, Nor from Thy presence cast away, The sacrifice we bring. Used With Tune: CAMBRIDGE (Harrison) Text Sources: A Collection of Hymns & Psalms for Public & Private Worship (London: 1795)

The Race That Long in Darkness Pined

Author: John Morrison Meter: Appears in 216 hymnals Lyrics: 1. The race that long in darkness pined, Have seen a glorious Light; The people dwell in day, who dwelt In death’s surrounding night. 2. To hail Thy rise, Thou better Sun, The gathering nations come, Joyous as when the reapers bear The harvest treasures home. 3. For Thou our burden hast removed, And quelled the oppressor’s sway, Quick as the slaughtered squadrons fell In Midian’s evil day. 4. To us a Child of Hope is born, To us a Son is given, Him shall the tribes of earth obey, Him all the hosts of heaven. 5. His name shall be the Prince of Peace, Forevermore adored, The Wonderful, the Counselor, The great and mighty Lord. 6. His power increasing still shall spread, His reign no end shall know: Justice shall guard His throne above, And peace abound below. Used With Tune: ST. LEONARD (Smart) Text Sources: Scottish Paraphrases, 1781

Schmücke Dich, O Liebe Seele

Author: Johann Franck Meter: Appears in 73 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Schmücke dich, O liebe Seele, Laß die dunkle Sündenhöhle, Komm ans helle Licht gegangen, Fange herrlich an zu prangen! Denn der Herr, voll Heil und Gnaden, Will dich jetzt zu Gaste laden; Der den Himmel kann verwalten, Will jetzt Herberg’ in dir halten. 2 Eile, wie Verlobte pflegen, Deinem Bräutigam entgegen, Der da mit dem Gnadenhammer Klopft an deine Herzenskammer! Öffn’ ihm bald des Geistes Pforten, Red ihn an mit schönen Worten: Komm, mein Liebster, laß dich küßen, Laß mich deiner nicht mehr mißen! 3 Zwar in Kaufung teurer Waren Pflegt man sonst kein Geld zu sparen; Aber du willst für die Gaben Deiner Huld kein Geld nicht haben, Weil in allen Bergwerksgründen Kein solch Kleinod ist zu finden, Das die blutgefüllten Schalen Und dies Manna kann bezahlen. 4 Ach, wie hungert mein Gemüte, Menschenfreund, nach deiner Güte! Ach, wie pfleg’ ich oft mit Tränen Mich nach dieser Kost zu sehnen! Ach, wie pfleget mich zu dürsten Nach dem Trank des Lebensfürsten! Wünsche stets, daß mein Gebeine Sich durch Gott mit Gott vereine. 5 Beides Lachen und auch Zittern Läßet sich in mir jetzt wittern; Das Geheimnis dieser Speise Und die unerforschte Weise Machet, daß ich früh vermerke, Herr, die Größe deiner Werke. Ist auch wohl ein Mensch zu finden, Der dein’ Allmacht sollt’ ergründen? 6 Nein, Vernunft, die muß hier weichen, Kann dies Wunder nicht erreichen, Daß dies Brot nie wird verzehret, Ob es gleich viel Tausen’ nähret, Und daß mit dem Saft der Reben Uns wird Christi Blut gegeben. O der großen Heimlichkeiten, Die nur Gottes Geist kann deuten! 7 Jesu, meines Lebens Sonne, Jesu, mein Freud’ und Wonne, Jesu, du mein ganz Beginnen, Lebensquell und Licht der Sinnen, Hier fall’ ich zu deinen Füßen; Laß mich würdiglich genießen Dieser deiner Himmelsspeise Mir zum Heil und dir zum Preise! 8 Herr, es hat dein treues Lieben Dich vom Himmel hergetrieben, Daß du willig hast dein Leben In den Tod für uns gegeben Und dazu ganz unverdroßen, Herr, dein Blut für uns vergoßen, Das uns jetzt kann kräftig tränken, Deiner Liebe zu gedenken. 9 Jesu, wahres Brot des Lebens, Hilf, daß ich doch nicht vergebens Oder mir vielleicht zum Schaden Sei zu deinem Tisch geladen! Laß mich durch dies Seelenessen Deine Liebe recht ermessen, Daß ich auch, wie jetzt auf Erden, Mög’ dein Gast im Himmel werden! Used With Tune: SCHMÜCKE DICH

Yes, for Me He Careth

Author: Horatius Bonar Meter: D Appears in 171 hymnals First Line: Yes, for me, for me He careth Lyrics: 1. Yes, for me, for me He careth With a brother’s tender care; Yes with me, with me He shareth Every burden, every fear. Yes, o’er me, o’er me He watcheth, Ceaseless watcheth, night and day; Yes, e’en me, e’en me He snatcheth From the perils of the way. 2. Yes for me He standeth pleading At the mercy seat above; Ever for me interceding, Constant in untiring love. Yes, in me, in me He dwelleth; I in Him, and He in me! And my empty soul He filleth, Here and through eternity. Used With Tune: EMMELAR Text Sources: Songs for the Wilderness No. 2, 1844

Al Trono Majestuoso

Author: Isaac Watts; Juan B. Cabrera Appears in 17 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Al trono majestuoso Del Dios de potestad, Humildes vuestra frente, Naciones inclinad. El es el ser supremo, De todo es el Señor, Y nada al fin resiste A Dios el Hacedor. 2 Del polvo de la tierra Su mano nos formó, Y nos donó la vida Su aliento creador; Después, al vernos ciegos, Caídos en error, Cual padre al hijo amado Salud nos proveyó. 3 La gratitud sincera Nos dictará el cantar, Y en tiernos dulces sones Al cielo subirá; Con los celestes himnos Cantados a Jehová, La armónica alabanza Doquier resonará. 4 Señor, a tu Palabra Sujeto el mundo está, Y del mortal perecen La astucia y la maldad; Después de haber cesado Los siglos de correr, Tu amor, verdad y gloria Han de permanecer. Used With Tune: [Al trono majestuoso]


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