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List The Music Pealing (Hearken to Music)

Author: Mary Mathews Barnes Hymnal: CYBER #11043 Person Name: Mary Mathews Barnes First Line: List the music pealing; hear our song of might Refrain First Line: Duty is our watchword, faith our only shield, Lyrics: 1 List the music pealing; hear our song of might; We are marching onward to the land of light; Come and join the banner, under which we go, Christ the Lord is captain, and we fear no foe. Refrain: Duty is our watchword, faith our only shield, And to Satan’s legions never will we yield. List the music pealing, hear our song of might; We are marching onward to the land of light. 2 Gracious is our Savior, to His children true; And whate’er the danger, He will lead us through; "Love ye one another," is our Lord’s command; "Charity" the motto of our pilgrim band. [Refrain] 3 When our march is ended, and the night draws near, Brightly through the darkness will His face appear; Join us, all ye people, hear our loving call, In our faithful army there is room for all. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [List the music pealing; hear our song of might]
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Saints in Glory, We Together

Author: Nehemiah Adams Hymnal: CYBER #6067 Meter: 8.8.8.5 Person Name: Nehemiah Adams Lyrics: 1. Saints in glory, we together Know the song that ceases never; Song of songs Thou art, O Savior; All that endless day. 2. Come, ye angels, round us gather, While to Jesus we draw nearer; In His throne He’ll seat for ever Those for whom He died. 3. Underneath His throne a river, Clear as crystal, flows for ever, Like His fullness, failing never: Hail, enthronèd Lamb! 4. Oh, the unsearchable Redeemer! Shoreless ocean, sounded never! Yesterday, today, for ever, Jesus Christ, the same. Languages: English Tune Title: ACCLAIM
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Always and Ever

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #142 Person Name: Richard W. Adams First Line: Always and ever, God reigns eternal Lyrics: 1. Always and ever, God reigns eternal, Ceaseless, unchanging, Ancient of Days. From choirs below and angels supernal Alpha-Omega hears endless praise. 2. In the beginning, ere the first star birth, There was the Father, Spirit and Son. Maker, Creator, Heaven and earth Sprang from His will—the plan was begun. 3. Down through the ages, secrets unlocking, To save a people fettered with sin, He sent the Word. He’s tenderly knocking: Open your heart and let Him come in. 4. Always and ever, you can be with Him In paradise, there no more to grieve. Praising forever, Savior and Sovereign Through endless ages—only believe! Dedicated to my parents, Jim & Betty Adams,on their 50th wedding anniversary, September 20, 1997.May they be together always and ever. Languages: English Tune Title: BUNESSAN
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As Shadows Lengthen

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #249 Person Name: Richard W. Adams First Line: As shadows lengthen and the night grows cold Lyrics: 1. As shadows lengthen and the night grows cold, Not seeing how life’s pages will unfold, Give us Your peace as, yielding to Your will, We trust the Author loves and keeps us still. 2. One thing we pray, when evening round us falls, Show us the place on memory’s darkened walls, As dimming eye and failing flesh grow weak, Show us where pictures of Your love still speak, 3. That we may tell to generations new, Tell of a faithfulness forever true, Tell of a power that keeps us to the end, Tell of our God, protector, guide and friend. 4. Then, when our task is done and comes the wing Of death’s bright angel, teach us how to sing, With soaring confidence to mount on high, Flying to golden streets beyond the sky. Languages: English Tune Title: EVENTIDE
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The Bible Is a Brilliant Lamp

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #517 Person Name: Richard W. Adams Lyrics: 1. The Bible is a brilliant lamp, Given to light up our way, To show our feet the way to tread, To turn darkness into day. 2. To teach to us the Father’s love, And the Evil One’s cruel hate, To show the path round many snares, The way to the pearly gate. 3. Given to all who truly seek, For wisdom, meaning and love, Instruction in life’s mysteries, The way to Heaven above. 4. And once you grasp the lamp, do not Hoard that brilliant, precious light, But share with all the radiant beam, And watch it conquer the night. The Lamp 5. I once planned a far off journey, Thinking easy was the way; Full of confidence and eager, Though I had no guide that day. 6. I had maps offered by strangers, Some seemed sage and wise, but they Admitted, when I pressed for more They had never been that way. 7. Others, smooth of tongue, persuasive, Gave assurances that they Knew of a secret canyon path Guaranteed to speed my way. 8. I marveled at my good fortune, To have found such ones that told The easy way to reach my goal, A city of jeweled gold. 9. With my preparations finished, I was ready to embark, But the sun had long departed, The highway silent and dark. 10. The courage that I’d felt within The warm and brightly lit room Had fled away—I was alone Standing in icy cold gloom. 11. But not alone! I saw a man Come up, a lamp in his hand; Use this, he said. The darkness hides Snares and traps throughout the land. 12. The lamp, a dusty, worn relic, Would surely a weak beam yield, No use on stygian byway, No help in ebony field. 13. More power than you know, my friend, To pierce the darkest of night. It saved my life full many time, Whenever I sought its light. 14. I did not see how the ancient Antique could still have a power, But polite, I took it and left The old man, pleading the hour. 15. In the death cold dark I wandered The path dismal, fell and drear, Groping for landmarks in the black Wondering—could I be near? 16. Was that river, serpent coiled? Was that the lightning rent tree? Was that the canyon through the hills To the city waiting for me? 17. O, for a moon to shed its rays And help me make out the ground; But thickest cloud hid moon and stars In a joyless gloom profound. 18. But suddenly, I thought, The lamp! I’d had it all through the night! Desperately, I pulled it out, Praying, O Lord, give me light. 19. Opened, the lamp began to glow As though from an inner power; I naught had done, but on its own Could it guide me and save the hour? 20. By gaping maw of canyon dark I stood, the lamp held on high; I saw the glint of waiting swords, As spider awaits the fly. The lying lips, the honeyed tongues, Had led to the verge of doom; I almost fell into the trap They laid in that warm, bright room. They only cared for self, not me, Lust, boasting and greed their god; They feared not justice, only cared For pleasure bought with my blood. With thanks to Heav’n that by the lamp I escaped the dark side’s snare, I fled away, on eagle wings, Clutching lamp as bright as e’er. I now could see the stone and root That in dark had made me fall; And then, at last, at breaking dawn, Loomed the city’s jasper wall. But who was that, by gate of pearl, With open arms of greeting? The old man from the inn it was; O, what a strange, glad meeting! How came you here before me, when You had no lamp to guide you? “Oh, but I did—I merely shared That lamp of power beside you. “That is the wonder of the lamp: You share it time and again, And still you have its brilliant light To help find your journey’s end. For you see, you never lose it, E’en though you give it away, The light of love shines as brightly As it did on God’s first day. The Bible is a brilliant lamp, Given to light up our way, To show our feet the way to tread, To turn darkness into day. To teach to us the Father’s love, And the Evil One’s cruel hate, To show the path round many snares, The way to the pearly gate. Given to all who truly seek, For wisdom, meaning and love, Instruction in life’s mysteries, The way to Heaven above. And once you grasp the lamp, do not Hoard that brilliant, precious light, But share with all the radiant beam, And watch it conquer the night. THE LAMP © 2001 Richard W. AdamsThis poem may be freely reproduced or published for Christian worship or devotions,provided it is not altered, and this notice is on each copy. All other rights reserved. Languages: English Tune Title: ST. COLUMBA
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Builder of Ages

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #681 Person Name: Richard W. Adams First Line: Builder of ages, planner divine Lyrics: 1. Builder of ages, planner divine, Drawing the length and breadth of space and time; Yet also monarch with kingdom to build, And golden capital still yet unfilled. 2. Surveyor, architect, craftsman sublime, He drew the blueprint ere the start of time, Building with living stones fair temples bright, Fixing our hearts into His halls of light. 3. First came the cornerstone, Jesus, our Lord; We hear this mighty Rock call from the Word: Build up My Church, says He, it cannot fail; As long as you believe, you will prevail. 4. As you are gathered here, so here am I, Lift up your hearts and song unto the sky; Call in My citizens, do not delay; Bring in My kingdom of the perfect day. 5. So, in this year to come, we vow to build Two things for Christ our king, with spirit filled: First, we will make a house, fit for a king; And build within ourselves hearts fit to sing. Languages: English Tune Title: BREAD OF LIFE
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The City of Our God

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #877 Person Name: Richard W. Adams First Line: The city of our God, Jerusalem the bright Lyrics: 1. The city of our God, Jerusalem the bright, Her gleaming wall and spires tall adorn the sight. The Lord within Awaits us there, with mansions fair, In glorious light. 2. No temple will there be, no sun or moon need shine, The glory of the Lord and Lamb will be its shrine. The nations walk Within its light, O wondrous sight— What holy sign! 3. Where gleam of precious stone and gates of pearl surround, Foursquare it stands, o’er all the lands, in beauty crowned. All pain is gone: No death or tears—our sorrow, fears Are no more found. 4. Our true and heart’s desire, to live within God’s walls, From mountain peak your towers we seek, the gleaming halls. O draw us there; From streets of gold, Love manifold Our welcome calls. Languages: English Tune Title: DARWALL'S 148TH
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Disciples of All Nations

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #1229 Person Name: Richard W. Adams Lyrics: 1. Disciples of all nations, The Lord calls us to make, Baptizing new believers And making idols shake. He shows us the examples, Of how we should respond, In Scripture stories glorious Of servants now long gone. 2. Like Samuel in the temple, When came the midnight call, Obedient to his master, He hurried down the hall. Not fully understanding, Ignoring any fears, He gave courageous answer, Speak, Lord, Your servant hears. 3. Like Gideon of Manasseh, We think ourselves too small, But God the Lord is with us, A tower that cannot fall. We need no mighty army, No weapons made of man; Watch God supply the helpers, And then reveal the plan. 4. As Abraham gave Isaac, As parents so may we Be asked to give our children For service full and free. If asked, then, do not falter, But send them on their way To spread the wondrous tidings, That night may turn to day. 5. As Moses stood in Egypt, And God gave words to speak, So will He give us boldness, Though we be frail and weak. His Spirit will empower us To reach the sinner’s heart And bring the lost to Jesus, As destined from the start. 6. Like Samson consecrated, If we stay true to God, He gives us strength and power, The Spirit’s mighty rod. But if we fall away, then, Our weakness will return; So pray, stay loyal, faithful, And God His might will lend. 7. Like Paul, there may be suffering, And heavy the demands, But heed not the rejection, And hold to His commands. Teach all that I have taught you, As witnesses be true; Tell all the world My Gospel, And I will be with you. Languages: English Tune Title: MISSIONARY HYMN
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Go Evangelize the Nations

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #1914 Person Name: Richard W. Adams Lyrics: 1. Go evangelize the nations, Offer Christ, the Crucified; Show the cross on bleak Golgotha, Where He suffered, bled and died. Tell of the vinegar, gall, and the spear, Tell how the sun hid, earth shook with fear; How He endured the cruel mocking and shame, That sinners might claim salvation in His name. 2. Go and tell the good news, Christian, To each brother, sister, child, Of a gracious God who loves them, Of a Savior meek and mild; Death is destroyed, and our paradise won, For those who love and trust in the Son; Though guards were set, and the stony grave sealed, Now Heav’n is unlocked, our home with God revealed. 3. Do not hesitate, but go now, Far and wide proclaim the sound, In the city, market, household, To wherever man is found; Warn of a judgment close looming beyond, Tomorrow may be too late for some; Come to Him now, while His pardon is free, Take hold of His promise, claim His liberty. Languages: English Tune Title: BEACON HILL
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How Shall We Answer Terror's Cry?

Author: Richard W. Adams Hymnal: CYBER #2626 Person Name: Richard W. Adams First Line: How shall we answer terror's cry Lyrics: 1. How shall we answer terror’s cry, The cunning blade, the flaming sky? When murderous spite knocks down our door And violence breaks upon our shore, O let us come and look to You To know Your will—what shall we do? 2. When Satan whispers, Hate your foe, Now take your vengeance—draw the bow, Protect us from the tempter’s guile, The lying voice, the evil smile. O let us come in trust to You, To hear the word we know is true. 3. When executioners hung You high You turned Your prayer up to the sky, And pled the Father to forgive, You asked that cruel men might live. O let us Your example take, And pray for sinners as we ache. 4. We pray that You their hearts will turn; And light a holy fire to burn Their dross away, so they may be Like gold refined, eternally. O let us pray that they become, Like us, with You forever one. Languages: English Tune Title: MELITA

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