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We Give You But Your Own

Author: William Walsham How Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 456 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:35-40 Lyrics: 1 We give you but your own in any gifts we bring: all that we have is yours alone, a trust from you, our King. 2 May we your bounties thus as stewards true receive, and gladly, Lord, as you bless us, to you our firstfruits give. 3 To comfort and to bless, to find a balm for woe, to tend those lost in loneliness is angels' work below. 4 The captive to release, the lost to God to bring, to teach the way of life and peace it is a Christlike thing. 5 And we believe your Word, though dim our faith may be. Whate'er we do for you, O Lord, we do it gratefully. Topics: Comfort & Encouragement; Commitment & Dedication; King, God/Christ as; Dedication and Offering; Comfort & Encouragement; Commitment & Dedication; Justice; Ministry & Service; Offering; Stewardship Used With Tune: SCHUMANN
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Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service

Author: Albert F. Bayly Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 49 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:35-40 Topics: Society/Social Concerns; Poverty; Society/Social Concerns Used With Tune: PLEADING SAVIOR
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There's a Spirit in the Air

Author: Brian Wren Meter: 7.7.7.7 Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:40 Lyrics: 1 There's a spirit in the air, telling Christians everywhere: "Praise the love that Christ revealed, living, working in our world!" 2 Lose your shyness, find your tongue; tell the world what God has done: God in Christ has come to stay. Live tomorrow's life today! 3 When believers break the bread, when a hungry child is fed: Praise the love that Christ revealed, living, working in our world. 4 Still the Spirit leads the fight, seeing wrong and setting right: God in Christ has come to stay. Live tomorrow's life today! 5 When a stranger's not alone, where the homeless find a home: Praise the love that Christ revealed, living, working in our world. 6 May the Spirit fill our praise, guide our thoughts and change our ways. God in Christ has come to stay. Live tomorrow's life today! 7 There's a Spirit in the air, calling people everywhere: Praise the love that Christ revealed, living, working in our world. Topics: Conflict, Spirtual; Jesus Christ Power of Used With Tune: LAUDS

When a Poor One

Author: Miguel Manzano; George Lockwood; J. A. Olivar Meter: 12.11.12 with refrain Appears in 20 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:35-36 First Line: Cuando el pobre nada tiena y aun reparte (When a poor one who has nothing shares with strangers) Refrain First Line: Va Dios mimo en nuestro mismo caminar (Then we know that God still goes that road with us) Used With Tune: EL CAMINO
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For the Fruit of All Creation

Author: Fred Pratt Green Meter: 8.4.8.4.8.8.8.4 Appears in 66 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:35 Lyrics: 1 For the fruit of all creation, thanks be to God. For the gifts to every nation, thanks be to God. For the plowing, sowing, reaping, silent growth while we are sleeping, future needs in earth's safekeeping, thanks be to God. 2 In the just reward of labor, God's will is done. In the help we give our neighbor, 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. Used With Tune: AR HYD Y NOS
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Jesus, My Lord, How Rich Thy Grace

Author: Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 192 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:31-46 Lyrics: 1 Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy grace; thy bounties, how complete! How shall I count the matchless sum, or pay the mighty debt? 2 High on a throne of radiant light dost thou exalted shine; what can my poverty bestow, when all the worlds are thine? 3 But lo, our world's forgotten poor are partners of thy grace; thou wilt confess their humble names before thy Father's face. 4 In them thou may'st be clothed and fed, and visited and cheered, and in their accents of distress my Savior's voice is heard. 5 Thy face with rev'rence and with love I in thy poor would see; O let me rather beg my bread than hold it back from thee. Topics: Jesus Christ Grace; Needy Used With Tune: GEORGETOWN
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Day of Judgment! Day of Wonders!

Author: John Newton Meter: 8.7.8.7.4.7 Appears in 339 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:34-46 Lyrics: 1 Day of judgment! Day of wonders! Hark! the trumpet's awesome sound, louder than a thousand thunders, shakes the vast creation round. How the summons will the sinner's heart confound! 2 See the Judge, our nature wearing, clothed in majesty divine. You who long for his appearing then shall say, "This God is mine!" Gracious Savior, own me on that day as thine. 3 At his call the dead awaken, rise to life from earth and sea. All the powers of nature, shaken by his looks, prepare to flee. Careless sinner, what will then become of thee? 4 But to those who have confessed, loved, and served the Lord below, he will say, "Come near, you blessed, see the kingdom I bestow; you forever shall my love and glory know." Topics: Judge, God/Christ as; Return of Christ; The New Creation; Advent; Easter; Judge, God/Christ as; Judgment; Kingdom; New Creation; Return of Christ Used With Tune: MEINE HOFFNUNG Text Sources: Dies Irae, Latin, 13th cent., based on
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The final sentence and misery of the wicked

Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 305 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:41 First Line: And will the Judge descend? Lyrics: 1 And will the Judge descend? And must the dead arise? And not a single soul escape His all-discerning eyes? 2 And from his righteous lips Shall this dread sentence sound; And through the numerous guilty throng, Spread black despair around? 3 "Depart from me, accurs'd, "To everlasting flame, "For rebel angels first prepar'd, "Where mercy never came." 4 How will my heart endure The terrors of that day: When earth and heav'n, before his face, Astonish'd shrink away? 5 But ere that trumpet shakes The mansions of the dead; Hark, from the gospel's cheering sound, What joyful tidings spread! 6 Ye sinners, seek his grace, Whose wrath ye cannot bear; Fly to the shelter of his cross, And find salvation there. 7 So shall that curse remove By which the Saviour bled; And the last awful day shall pour His blessings on your head. Topics: Song of desired heaven
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At the name of Jesus

Author: Carolin M. Noel, 1817-1877 Meter: 6.5.6.5 D Appears in 232 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:31-32 Topics: Lent II Year B; Easter VII Year C; Proper 5 Year A; Ascension Used With Tune: EVELYNS
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The King Shall Come When Morning Dawns

Author: John Brownlie, 1859-1925 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 91 hymnals Scripture: Matthew 25:31 Lyrics: 1 The King shall come when morning dawns And light triumphant breaks, When beauty gilds the eastern hills And life to joy awakes. 2 Not as of old a little child, To bear and fight and die, But crowned with glory like the sun That lights the morning sky. 3 Oh, brighter than the rising morn When Christ, victorious rose And left the lonesome place of death Despite the rage of foes. 4 Oh, brighter than that glorious morn Shall dawn upon our race The day when Christ in splendor comes And we shall see His face. 5 The King shall come when morning dawns And light and beauty brings. Hail, Christ the Lord! Your people pray: Come quickly, King of kings! Topics: End Times Used With Tune: CONSOLATION

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