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Give of Your Best to the Master

Author: Howard B. Grose Meter: D with refrain Appears in 167 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Give of your best to the Master; Give of the strength of your youth. Throw your soul’s fresh, glowing ardor Into the battle for truth. Jesus has set the example, Dauntless was He, young and brave. Give Him your loyal devotion; Give Him the best that you have. Refrain Give of your best to the Master; Give of the strength of your youth. Clad in salvation’s full armor, Join in the battle for truth. 2. Give of your best to the Master; Give Him first place in your heart. Give Him first place in your service; Consecrate every part. Give, and to you will be given; God His beloved Son gave. Gratefully seeking to serve Him, Give Him the best that you have. [Refrain] 3. Give of your best to the Master; Naught else is worthy His love. He gave Himself for your ransom, Gave up His glory above. Laid down His life without murmur, You from sin’s ruin to save. Give Him your heart’s adoration; Give Him the best that you have. [Refrain] Used With Tune: BARNARD Text Sources: The Endeavor Hymnal, 1902

Our Souls, By Love Together Knit

Author: W. E. Miller Meter: D Appears in 234 hymnals First Line: Our souls by love together knit Lyrics: 1 Our souls by love together knit, Cemented, mixed in one, One hope, one heart, one mind, one voice, ’Tis Heav’n on earth begun; Our hearts have burned while Jesus spoke, And glowed with sacred fire; He stopped and talked and fed, and blessed, And filled th’enlarged desire. 2 We’re soldiers fighting for our God, Let trembling cowards fly; We’ll stand unshaken, firm and fixed, With Christ to live and die: Let devils rage and hell assail, We’ll cut our passage through; Let foes unite and friends desert, We’ll seize the crown our due. 3 The little cloud increases still, The heav’ns are big with rain; We haste to catch the teeming shower, And all its moisture drain: A rill, a stream, a torrent flows, But pour the mighty flood; O sweep the nations, shake the earth, Till all proclaim Thee God. 4 And when Thou makest up Thy jewels And set Thy starry crown, When all Thy sparkling gems shall shine, Proclaimed by Thee Thine own; May we, a little band of love, We sinners saved by grace, From glory into glory changed, Behold Thee face to face. Used With Tune: GERALD Text Sources: Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Use of Christians (Baltimore_ McCrea & Barnhill, 1801), alt.

From Whence Doth This Union Arise?

Author: Thomas Baldwin Meter: Appears in 228 hymnals First Line: From whence doth this union arise Lyrics: 1 From whence doth this union arise, That hatred is conquered by love? It fastens our souls with such ties, That distance and time can’t remove. 2 It cannot in Eden be found, Nor yet in paradise lost; It grows on Immanuel’s ground, And Jesus’ dear blood it did cost. 3 My friends now so dear unto me, Our souls are united in love: Where Jesus is gone we shall be, In yonder blest mansions above. 4 Then why so unwilling to part, Since there we shall meet again? Engraved on Immanuel’s heart, At distance we cannot remain. 5 With Jesus we ever shall reign, And all His bright glory shall see, And sing hallelujah, Amen, Amen, even so let it be! Used With Tune: UNION Text Sources: A Collection of Hymns, Selected from Sundry Poets by Edward Clark Saunders (Windham, Conn: John Byrne, 1791)

Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle

Author: Venantius Fortunatus; Percy Dearmer; John M. Neale Meter: Appears in 13 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle, Sing the ending of the fray; Now above the cross, the trophy, Sound the loud triumphant lay: Tell how Christ the world’s Redeemer, As a victim won the day. 2. He, our maker, deeply grieving That the first made Adam fell, When he ate the fruit forbidden Whose reward was death and hell, Marked e’en then this tree the ruin Of the first tree to dispel. 3. Tell how, when at length the fullness, Of th’appointed time was come, Christ, the Word, was born of woman, Left for us His heavenly home; Showed us human life made perfect, Shone as light amid the gloom. 4. Lo! He lies an Infant weeping, Where the narrow manger stands, While the mother-maid His members Wraps in mean and lowly bands, And the swaddling clothes is winding Round His helpless feet and hands. 5. Thus, with thirty years accomplished, Went He forth from Nazareth, Destined, dedicated, willing, Wrought His work, and met His death. Like a lamb He humbly yielded On the cross His dying breath. 6. There the nails and spears He suffers, Vinegar, and gall, and reed; From His sacred body piercèd Blood and water both proceed; Precious flood, which all creation From the stain of sin hath freed. 7. Faithful cross, thou sign of triumph, Now for us the noblest tree, None in foliage, none in blossom, None in fruit thy peer may be; Symbol of the world’s redemption, For the weight that hung on thee! 8. Bend thy boughs, O tree of glory! Thy relaxing sinews bend; For awhile the ancient rigor That thy birth bestowed, suspend; And the King of heavenly beauty On thy bosom gently tend! 9. Thou alone wast counted worthy This world’s ransom to sustain, That a shipwrecked race forever Might a port of refuge gain, With the sacred blood anointed Of the Lamb of sinners slain. 10. To the Trinity be glory Everlasting, as is meet: Equal to the Father, equal To the Son, and Paraclete: God the Three in One, whose praises All created things repeat. Used With Tune: PICARDY

Saved to the Uttermost

Author: William J. Kirkpatrick Appears in 135 hymnals First Line: Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord's Refrain First Line: Saved, saved, saved to the uttermost Lyrics: 1. Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord’s; Jesus my Savior salvation affords; Gives me His Spirit, a witness within, Whispering of pardon, and saving from sin. Refrain Saved, saved, saved to the uttermost; Saved, saved by power divine; Saved, saved, saved to the uttermost: Jesus the Savior is mine! 2. Saved to the uttermost: Jesus is near; Keeping me safely, He casteth out fear; Trusting His promises, now I am blest; Leaning upon Him, how sweet is my rest. [Refrain] 3. Saved to the uttermost: this I can say, Once all was darkness, but now it is day; Beautiful visions of glory I see, Jesus in brightness revealed unto me. [Refrain] 4. Saved to the uttermost; cheerfully sing Loud halleluiahs to Jesus my King; Ransomed and pardoned, redeemed by His blood, Cleansed from unrighteousness; glory to God! [Refrain] Used With Tune: [Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord's]

What Good News The Angels Bring

Author: William Hammond Meter: D Appears in 23 hymnals Lyrics: 1 What good news the angels bring, What glad tidings of our king! Christ the Lord is born today, Christ, who takes our sins away! He who rules both Heav’n and earth, Hath in Bethlehem His birth; Him shall all the people see, And rejoice eternally. 2 Lift your hearts and voices high, With hosannas fill the sky; "Glory be to God above," Who is infinite in love! "Peace on earth, good will to men!" Now with us our God is seen; Angels, join with us in praise! Help to sing redeeming grace. 3 Now the wall is broken down, Now the Gospel is made known; Now the door is open wide, Christ for Jew and Gentile died; All who feel the weight of sin, All who languish to be clean; All who for redemption groan, May be saved by faith alone. 4 Jesus is the lovely name: This the angel doth proclaim; He shall all His people save, They in Him remission have; When they see themselves undone, They take refuge in the Son; They shall all be born again, And with Him in glory reign. 5 Shout, ye nations of the earth, Sing the triumphs of His birth; All the world by Him is blest, Sound His praise from east to west; Jews and Gentiles jointly sing, Christ our common Lord and king; Christ, our life, our joy, our song, To eternity prolong! Used With Tune: MADRID Text Sources: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns by Samuel Jones and Burgis Allison (Philadelphia: R. Aitken & Son, 1790)

There Is A Path That Leads To God

Author: Jane Taylor Meter: Appears in 83 hymnals Lyrics: 1 There is a path that leads to God All others go astray; Though narrow, pleasant is the road, And Christians love the way. 2 It leads us through this world of sin, And dangers must be passed; But those who boldly walk therein Will come to Heaven at last. 3 How shall an infant pilgrim dare This dangerous path to tread? Do I not need a shepherd’s care To be securely led? 4 While the broad road, where thousands go, Lies near and opens fair; And many turn aside, I know, To walk with sinners there. 5 Be Thou, O Lord, my guard, my guide, Nor let me from Thee stray; Uphold my footsteps, lest I slide Or wander from Thy way. 6 Then I may go without alarm And trust His Word of old "The lambs, He’ll gather with His arm, And lead them to the fold." 7 Thus I may safely venture through Beneath my shepherd’s care; And keep the gate of Heaven in view, Till I shall enter there. Used With Tune: DALEHURST Text Sources: Hymns for Infant Minds, 1810

Seeking For A Living Spring

Author: Francis P. Appleton Meter: Appears in 31 hymnals First Line: Thirsting for a living spring Lyrics: 1 Thirsting for a living spring, Seeking for a higher home, Resting where our souls must cling, Trusting, hoping, Lord, we come. 2 Glorious hopes our spirit fill, When we feel that Thou art near: Father! then our fears are still, Then the soul’s bright end is clear. 3 Life’s hard conflict we would win, Read the meaning of life’s frown; Change the thorn-bound wreath of sin For the spirit’s starry crown. 4 Make us beautiful within By Thy Spirit’s holy light: Guard us when our faith burns dim, Father of all love and might! Used With Tune: PLEYEL'S HYMN Text Sources: A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion, (10th ed. ) by Samuel Longfellow (Boston: Ticknor & Fields)

Thou Shepherd Of Israel, And Mine

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: Appears in 172 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Thou shepherd of Israel, and mine, The joy, and desire of my heart; For closer communion I pine, I long to reside where Thou art: The pasture I languish to find, Where all, who their shepherd obey, Are fed, on Thy bosom reclined, Are screened from the heat of the day. 2 Ah! show me that happiest place, That place of Thy people’s abode; Where saints in an ecstasy gaze, And hang on a crucified God: Thy love for a sinner declare, Thy passion and death on the tree; My spirit to Calvary bear, To suffer, and triumph with Thee. 3 ’Tis there with the lambs of Thy flock, There only I covet to rest: To lie at the foot of the rock, Or rise to be hid in Thy breast; ’Tis there I would always abide, And never a moment depart, Concealed in the cleft of Thy side, Eternally held in Thine heart. Used With Tune: GREEN FIELDS Text Sources: Short Hymns, 1762

When Bending O'er The Brink Of Life

Author: William B. Collyer Meter: Appears in 95 hymnals First Line: When bending o’er the brink of life Lyrics: 1 When bending o’er the brink of life, My trembling soul shall stand; I wait to pass death’s awful flood, Great God, at Thy command! 2 When weeping friends surround my bed, And close my sightless eyes, When shattered by the weight of years This broken body lies— 3 When every long loved scene of life Stands ready to depart, When that last sigh which shakes the frame Shall rend this bursting heart— 4 O, Thou great source of joy supreme, Whose arm alone can save, Dispel the darkness that surrounds The entrance to the grave! 5 Lay Thy supporting gentle hand Beneath my sinking head; And with a ray of love divine, Illume my dying bed! 6 I lean on Thy dear faithful breast As I resign my breath! And in Thy fond embraces, lose The bitterness of death! Used With Tune: ABRIDGE Text Sources: Hymns Partly Collected and Partly Original (London: 1812)


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