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Hymn 116

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 74 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:37-40 First Line: Thus saith the first, the great command Lyrics: Thus saith the first, the great command, "Let all thy inward powers unite To love thy Maker and thy God With utmost vigor and delight. "Then shall thy neighbor next in place Share thine affections and esteem, And let thy kindness to thyself Measure and rule thy love to him." This is the sense that Moses spoke, This did the prophets preach and prove; For want of this the law is broke, And the whole law's fulfilled by love. But O! how base our passions are! How cold our charity and zeal! Lord, fill our souls with heav'nly fire, Or we shall ne'er perform thy will.
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Spirit of God, Dwell Thou Within My Heart

Author: George Croly Meter: 10.10.10.10 Appears in 326 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:37 Topics: Doubt; Patience; Seeking After God Used With Tune: MORECAMBE
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Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us with Your Love

Author: Tom Colvin Meter: 7.7.9 with refrain Appears in 62 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:46 First Line: Kneels at the feet of his friends Lyrics: Refrain: Jesu, Jesu, fill us with your love, show us how to serve the neighbors we have from you. 1 Kneels at the feet of his friends, silently washes their feet, Master who acts as a slave to them. Refrain 2 Neighbors are rich folk and poor, neighbors are black, brown, and white, neighbors are nearby and far away. Refrain 3 These are the ones we should serve, these are the ones we should love; all these are neighbors to us and you. Refrain 4 Loving puts us on our knees, serving as though we are slaves: this is the way we should live with you. Refrain Topics: Commitment & Dedication; Epiphany & Ministry of Christ; Industry & Labor; Love Our Love for Others; Society/Social Concerns; Songs for Children Hymns; Commitment & Dedication; Epiphany & Ministry of Christ; Humility; Industry & Labor; Love Our Love for Others; Ministry & Service; Poverty; Society/Social Concerns Used With Tune: CHEREPONI
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Take Thou Our Minds, Dear Lord

Author: William Hiram Foulkes Meter: 10.10.10.10 Appears in 36 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:37 First Line: Take thou our minds, dear Lord, we humbly pray Lyrics: 1 Take thou our minds, dear Lord, we humbly pray; give us the mind of Christ each passing day; teach us to know the truth that sets us free; grant us in all our thoughts to honor thee. 2 Take thou our hearts, O Christ, they are thine own; come thou within our souls and claim thy throne; help us to shed abroad thy deathless love; use us to make the earth like heaven above. 3 Take thou our wills, Most High! Hold thou full sway; have in our inmost souls Thy perfect way; guard thou each sacred hour from selfish ease; guide thou our ordered lives as thou dost please. 4 Take thou ourselves, O Lord, heart, mind, and will; through our surrendered souls thy plans fulfill. We yield ourselves to thee - time, talents, all; we hear, and henceforth heed thy sov'reign call. Topics: The Christian Life Christian Service; Heart Surrendered Used With Tune: SURSUM CORDA

Renew Your Church, Her Ministries Restore

Author: Kenneth L. Cober Meter: 10.6.10.6.8.8.8.6 Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:37-39 First Line: Renew the church, her ministries restore Used With Tune: ALL IS WELL
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Take My Life

Author: Frances Ridley Havergal Meter: 7.7.7.7 Appears in 1,152 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:37 First Line: Take my life and let it be Lyrics: 1 Take my life and let it be consecrated, Lord, to thee; take my moments and my days; let them flow in ceaseless praise; let them flow in ceaseless praise. 2 Take my hands and let them move at the impulse of thy love; take my feet and let them be swift and beautiful for thee, swift and beautiful for thee. 3 Take my voice and let me sing always, only, for my King; take my lips and let them be filled with messages from thee, filled with messages from thee. 4 Take my silver and my gold; not a mite would I withhold; take my intellect and use every power as thou shalt choose, every power as thou shalt choose. 5 Take my will and make it thine; it shall be no longer mine. Take my heart, it is thine own; it shall be thy royal throne, it shall be thy royal throne. 6 Take my love; my Lord, I pour at thy feet its treasure store; take myself and I will be ever, only, all for thee, ever, only, all for thee. Topics: Commitment; Dedication and Stewardship; Evangelism; Love for God; Offering; Ordination/Installation; Praise; Will of God; Youth Used With Tune: HENDON
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For the Fruit of All Creation

Author: Fred Pratt Green (1903-) Meter: 8.4.8.4.8.8.8.4 Appears in 66 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:34-40 Lyrics: 1 For the fruit of all creation, thanks be to God; gifts bestowed on every nation, thanks be to God. For the ploughing, sowing, reaping, silent growth while we are sleeping, future needs in earth's safe-keeping, thanks be to God. 2 In the just reward of labour, God's will is done. In the help we give our neighbour, God's will is done. In our worldwide task of caring for the hungry and despairing, in the harvests we are sharing, God's will is done. 3 For the harvests of the Spirit, thanks be to God. For the good we all inherit, thanks be to God. For the wonders that astound us, for the truths that still confound us, most of all that love has found us, thanks be to God. Topics: Creation; Mission; Offertory; Stewardship; Rogation Days; Harvest Thanksgiving Used With Tune: AR HYD Y NOS
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Hail to the Lord's anointed

Author: James Montgomery (1771-1854) Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6.7.6 Appears in 816 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:34-40 Lyrics: 1 Hail to the Lord's anointed, great David's greater Son! Hail, in the time appointed, his reign on earth begun! He comes to break oppression, to set the captive free, to take away transgression, and rule in equity. 2 He shall come down like showers upon the fruitful earth, and love, joy, hope, like flowers, spring in his path to birth. Before him on the mountains shall peace the herald go, and righteousness in fountains from hill to valley flow. 4 Kings shall fall down before him, and gold and incense bring; all nations shall adore him, his praise all people sing. To him shall prayer unceasing and daily vows ascend, his kingdom still increasing, a kingdom without end. 5 O'er every foe victorious, he on his throne shall rest, from age to age more glorious, all-blessing and all-blest. The tide of time shall never his covenant remove. His name shall stand for ever: that name to us is Love. Topics: Adoration; Advent; Covenant; Epiphany (feast); Kingdom Used With Tune: CRÜGER
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Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee

Author: Henry van Dyke, 1852-1933 Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 258 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:39 Lyrics: 1 Joyful, joyful, we adore thee, God of glory, Lord of love; Hearts unfold like flow'rs before thee, Op'ning to the sun above. Melt the clouds of sin and sadness; Drive the dark of doubt away; Giver of immortal gladness, Fill us with the light of day. 2 All thy works with joy surround thee, Earth and heav'n reflect thy rays, Stars and angels sing around thee, Center of unbroken praise; Field and forest, vale and mountain, Flow'ry meadow, flashing sea, Chanting bird and flowing fountain, Call us to rejoice in thee. 3 Thou art giving and forgiving, Ever blessing, ever blest, Well-spring of the joy of living, Ocean depth of happy rest! Thou our Father, Christ our brother, All who live in love are thine; Teach us how to love each other, Lift us to the joy divine. 4 Mortals, join the mighty chorus Which the morning stars began; Love divine is reigning o’er us, Binding all within its span. Ever singing, march we onward, Victors in the midst of strife; Joyful music leads us sunward, In the triumph song of life. Topics: Creation; Creation; Creation; Joy; Music Ministry; Power of God; Praise; Service Music for Mass Entrance Song (Gathering of Processional); Morning Prayer Hymn Used With Tune: HYMN TO JOY
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What think ye of Christ?

Author: Newton Appears in 104 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 22:43 First Line: What think ye of Christ; is the test Lyrics: 1 What think ye of Christ; is the test To try both your state and your scheme, You cannot be right in the rest, Unless you think rightly of him; As JESUS appears in your view, As he is beloved or not, So GOD is disposed to you, And mercy or wrath is your lot. 2 Some take him a creature to be, A man, or an angel at most; Sure these have not feelings like me, Nor know themselves wretched, and lost: So guilty, so helpless am I, I durst not confide in his blood, Nor on his protection rely, Unless I were sure he's a GOD. 3 Some call him a Saviour in word, But mix their own works with his plan And hope he his help will afford, When they have done all that they can. If doings prove rather too light, (A little they own, they may. fail) They purpose to make up full weight, By casting his name in the the scale. 4 Some stile him the pearl of great price, And say he's the fountain of joys, Yet feed upon folly and vice, And cleave to the world and its toys Like Judas, the Saviour they kiss, And as they salute him betray; Ah! what will profession like this Avail in his terrible day. 5 If ask'd what of Jesus I think? Tho' still my best thoughts are but poor I say, he's my meat and my drink, My life and my strength and my store, My shepherd, my husband, my friend, My Saviour from sin and from thrall, My hope from beginning to end, My portion, my Lord, and my All.

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