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O! Iesu croeshoeliedig

Author: Ieuan O. Leyn (J. H. Hughes, 1814-1893) Hymnal: Welsh and English Hymns and Anthems #70a (1979) Languages: Welsh Tune Title: WHITFORD

O! The Word of God Incarnate

Author: William W. How Hymnal: Welsh and English Hymns and Anthems #70b (1979) Languages: English Tune Title: WHITFORD
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O'th flaen, O Dduw! 'r wy'n dyfod

Author: Thomas Williams. Bethesda, Morganwg. Hymnal: Cân a Mawl #140a (1918) Languages: Welsh Tune Title: WHITFORD

I need Thee, precious Jesus!

Author: F. Whitfield Hymnal: Cân a Mawl #140b (1918) Languages: English Tune Title: WHITFORD

"Am I My Brother's Keeper?"

Author: Ian Ferguson Hymnal: The Worshipbook #295 (1972) Meter: D Lyrics: 1 "Am I my brother's keeper?" The muttered cry was drowned By Abel's life-blood shouting In silence from the ground. For no man is an island Divided from the main— The bell which tolled for Abel Tolled equally for Cain. 2 The ruler called for water And thought his hands were clean. Christ counted less than order, The man than the machine. The crowd cried, "Crucify him!," Their malice wouldn't budge, So Pilate called for water, And history's his judge. 3 As long as people hunger, As long as people thirst, And ignorance and illness And warfare do their worst, As long as there's injustice In any of God's lands, I am my brother's keeper, I dare not wash my hands. Amen. Topics: Christian Year Lent; Christian Year Good Friday; Other Observances Christian Education; Other Observances Mission; Other Observances World Peace Tune Title: WHITFORD

Come Unto Me, Ye Weary

Author: William C. Dix, 1837-1898 Hymnal: Pilgrim Hymnal #315 (1958) First Line: "Come unto me, ye weary Topics: Gospel Call and Response Languages: English Tune Title: WHITFORD

Senhor, Se em Meu Caminho

Author: Manoel da Silveira Porto Filho Hymnal: Hinário para o Culto Cristão #382 (1991) First Line: Senhor, se em meu caminho um dia eu me queixar Languages: Portuguese Tune Title: WHITFORD

Come unto me, ye weary

Author: William Chatterton Dix Hymnal: The Book of Common Praise #502a (1939) Meter: D Topics: Peace and Joy; Lent Tune Title: WHITFORD

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