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Lead Me to Calvary

Author: Jennie E. Hussey Meter: 8.6.8.6 with refrain Appears in 118 hymnals Scripture: John 12:3 First Line: King of my life, I crown thee now Refrain First Line: Lest I forget Gethsemane Lyrics: 1 King of my life, I crown thee now, thine shall the glory be; lest I forget thy thorn-crowned brow, lead me to Calvary. [Refrain:] Lest I forget Gethsemane, lest I forget thine agony, lest I forget thy love for me, lead me to Calvary. 2 Show me the tomb where thou wast laid, tenderly mourned and wept; angels in robes of light arrayed guarded thee whilst thou slept. (Refrain) 3 Let me like Mary through the gloom, come with a gift to thee; show to me now the empty tomb, lead me to Calvary. (Refrain) 4 May I be willing, Lord, to bear daily my cross for thee; even thy cup of grief to share, thou hast borne all for me. (Refrain) Topics: Adoration of Jesus Christ; Biblical Persons Used With Tune: DUNCANNON
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A Prophet-Woman Broke a Jar

Author: Brian Wren, 1936- Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: John 12:1-8 Lyrics: 1 A prophet-woman broke a jar, by Love's divine appointing. With rare perfume she filled the room, presiding and anointing. A prophet-woman broke a jar, the sneers of scorn defying. With rare perfume she filled the room, preparing Christ for dying. 2 A faithful woman left a tomb by Love's divine commission. She saw, she heard, she preached the Word, arising from submission. A faithful woman left a tomb, with resurrection gospel. She saw, she heard, she preached the Word, apostle to apostles. 3 Though woman-wisdom, woman-truth, for centuries were hidden, unsung, unwritten, and unheard, derided and forbidden, the Spirit's breath, the Spirit's fire, on free and slave descending, can tumble our dividing walls, our shame and sadness mending. The Spirit knows, the Spirit calls, by Love's divine ordaining, the friends we need, to serve and lead, their powers and gifts unchaining. The Spirit knows, the Spirit calls, from women, men and children, the friends we need, to serve and lead. Rejoice, and make them welcome! Used With Tune: MEGERRAN
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Master, No Offering Costly and Sweet

Author: Edwin P. Parker Meter: 6.4.6.4.6.6.4 Appears in 116 hymnals Scripture: John 12:3 First Line: Master, no offering Lyrics: 1 Master, no offering Costly and sweet, May we, like Magdalene, Lay at Thy feet; Yet may love's incense rise, Sweeter than sacrifice, Dear Lord, to Thee, Dear Lord, to Thee. 2 Daily our lives would show Weakness made strong, Toilsome and gloomy ways Brightened with song; Some deeds of kindness done, Some souls by patience won, Dear Lord, to Thee, Dear Lord, to Thee. 3 Some word of hope for hearts Burdened with fears, Some balm of peace for eyes Blinded with tears, Some dews of mercy shed, Some wayward footsteps led, Dear Lord, to Thee, Dear Lord, to Thee. 4 Thus, in Thy service, Lord, Till eventide Closes the day of life, May we abide; And when earth's labors cease, Bid us depart in peace, Dear Lord, to Thee, Dear Lord, to Thee. Amen. Topics: Commitment; Service; Life in Christ Dedication and Consecration Used With Tune: LOVE'S OFERING

Behold the Wood

Author: Dan Schutte, B. 1947 Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: John 12 First Line: Unless a grain of wheat shall fall Refrain First Line: Behold, behold the wood of the cross Topics: Seasons and Feasts Triumph of the Cross Used With Tune: [Unless a grain of wheat shall fall]
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Fairest Lord Jesus

Meter: 5.6.8.5.5.8 Appears in 550 hymnals Scripture: John 12:1-8 Topics: Creation; Jesus Christ Used With Tune: CRUSADERS' HYMN Text Sources: Münster Gesangbuch, 1677; tr. Church Chorals and Choir Studies, 1850, alt.
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King of Glory, King of Peace

Author: George Herbert (1593-1633) Meter: 7.4.7.4 D Appears in 55 hymnals Scripture: John 12:1-8 Lyrics: 1 King of glory, King of peace, I will love thee; and that love may never cease, I will move thee. Thou hast granted my request, thou hast heard me; thou didst note my working breast, thou hast spared me. 2 Wherefore with my utmost art I will sing thee, and the cream of all my heart I will bring thee. Though my sins against me cried, thou didst clear me; and alone, when they replied, thou didst hear me. 3 Seven whole days, not one in seven, I will praise thee; in my heart, though not in heaven, I can raise thee. Small it is, in this poor sort to enroll thee; e'en eternity's too short to extol thee. Topics: Forgiveness; Praise of God; Prayer; Reign of Christ Used With Tune: GWALCHMAI
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Woman in the Night

Author: Brian Wren Meter: 5.5.5.5 D with refrain Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: John 12:3 Refrain First Line: Come and join the song Lyrics: 1 Woman in the night, spent from giving birth, guard our precious light; peace is on the earth. Woman in the crowd, creeping up behind, touching is allowed: seek and you will find! Refrain: Come and join the song, women, children, men. Jesus makes us free to live again! 2 Woman at the well, question the Messiah; find your friends and tell: drink your heart's desire! Woman at the feast, let the righteous stare; come and go in peace; love him with your hair! [Refrain] 3 Woman in the house, nurtured to be meek, leave your second place, listen, think, and speak! Women on the road, from your sickness freed, witness and provide, joining word and deed: [Refrain] 4 Women on the hill, stand when men have fled; Christ needs loving still, though your hope is dead. Women in the dawn, care and spices bring, earliest to mourn, earliest to sing! [Refrain] Topics: Christian Year Baptism of Jesus; Christian Year Transfiguration; Jesus Christ Life; Women Used With Tune: NEW DISCIPLES (Fedak)

Come to the Feast (Ven al Banquete)

Author: Bob Hurd, b. 1950; Pia Moriarty, b. 1948; Jaime Cortez Appears in 9 hymnals Scripture: John 12 First Line: Like the child whose fishes and loaves (Quién le puede dar de comer) Refrain First Line: Ven, ven al banquete (Come, come to the banquet) Topics: Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Musical Style Vals Ranchero; Gathering; Hunger; Justice; Social Concern; Thirst; Welcome; Service Music for Mass Entrance Song (Gathering of Processional); Service Music for Mass Communion Song; Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest Communion Song Used With Tune: [Like the child whose fishes and loaves]

Jesus, what can I give

Author: Matt Redman Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: John 12:3 First Line: I will offer up my life in spirit and truth Topics: Life in Christ Our Response to Christ - In Dedication; Offering of self Used With Tune: [I will offer up my life in spirit and truth]
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Said Judas to Mary

Author: Sydney Carter Meter: Irregular Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: John 12:1-8 Topics: Biblical Names; Church Mission in the World; Lent; Year A Monday in Holy Week; Year B Monday in Holy Week; Year C Lent 5; Year C Monday in Holy Week Used With Tune: JUDAS AND MARY

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