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Yes, Lord!

Publication Date: 1982 Publisher: Church of God in Christ Publishing House Publication Place: Memphis

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Be Still, My Soul

Author: Katharina von Schlegel; Jane L. Borthwick Appears in 177 hymnals First Line: Be still, my soul! the Lord is on thy side Lyrics: 1 Be still, my soul! the Lord is on thy side; Bear patiently the cross of grief or pain: Leave to thy God to order and provide; In every change He faithful will remain. Be still, my soul! thy best, thy heavenly Friend Through thorny ways leads to a joyful end. 2 Be still, my soul! thy God doth undertake To guide the future as He has the past. Thy hope, thy confidence let nothing shake; All now mysterious shall be bright at last. Be still, my soul! the waves and winds still know His voice who ruled them while He dwelt below. 3 Be still, my soul! the hour is hastening on When we shall be forever with the Lord, When disappointment, grief, and fear are gone, Sorrow forgot, love’s purest joys restored. Be still, my soul! when change and tears are past, All safe and blessed we shall meet at last. Topics: Assurance Used With Tune: [Be still, my soul! the Lord is on thy side]
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The Unclouded Day

Author: J. K. Alwood Appears in 199 hymnals First Line: O they tell me of a home far beyond the skies Refrain First Line: O the land of cloudless day Lyrics: 1 O they tell me of a home far beyond the skies, O they tell me of a home far away; O they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise, O they tell me of an unclouded day. Refrain: O the land of cloudless day, O the land of an unclouded day; O they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise. O they tell me of an unclouded day. 2 O they tell me of a home where my friends have gone, O they tell me of that land far away; Where the tree of life in eternal bloom Sheds its fragrance through the unclouded day. [Refrain] 3 O they tell me of a King in His beauty there, And they tell me that mine eyes shall behold Where He sits on the throne that is whiter than snow, In the city that is made of gold. [Refrain] 4 O they tell me that He smiles on His children there, And His smile drives their sorrow away; And they tell me that no tears ever come again, In that lovely land of unclouded day. [Refrain] Topics: Heaven and Everlasting Life Used With Tune: [O they tell me of a home far beyond the skies]
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Fill Me Now

Author: Elwood R. Stokes Appears in 277 hymnals First Line: Hover o'er me, Holy Spirit Refrain First Line: Fill me now, fill me now Lyrics: 1 Hover o’er me, Holy Spirit, Bathe my trembling heart and brow; Fill me with Thy hallowed presence, Come, O come and fill me now. Refrain: Fill me now, fill me now, Jesus, come and fill me now; Fill me with Thy hallowed presence– Come, O come and fill me now. 2 Thou canst fill me, gracious Spirit, Though I cannot tell Thee how: But I need Thee, greatly need Thee, Come, O come and fill me now. [Refrain] 3 I am weakness, full of weakness, At Thy sacred feet I bow; Blest, divine, eternal Spirit, Fill with power, and fill me now. [Refrain] 4 Cleanse and comfort, bless and save me, Bathe, O bathe my heart and brow; Thou art comforting and saving, Thou art sweetly filling now. [Refrain] Topics: Holy Spirit; Renewal and Revival Used With Tune: [Hover o'er me, Holy Spirit]

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[What a friend we have in Jesus]

Appears in 878 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: Charles C. Converse Tune Key: F Major or modal Incipit: 55653 11651 31532 Used With Text: What a Friend We Have in Jesus
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[A charge to keep I have ]

Appears in 671 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: Lowell Mason Tune Key: G Major or modal Incipit: 34555 15321 76534 Used With Text: A Charge to Keep I Have
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[Over the river faces I see]

Appears in 93 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: J. W. Van DeVenter Tune Key: G Major or modal Incipit: 32311 32344 34225 Used With Text: Looking This Way

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O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: YL1982 #1 (1982) Lyrics: 1 O for a thousand tongues to sing My great Redeemer's praise, The glories of my God and King, The triumphs of His grace! 2 My gracious Master and my God, Assist me to proclaim, To spread through all the earth abroad The honors of Thy name. 3 Jesus! the name that charms our fears, That bids our sorrows cease, 'Tis music in the sinner's ears, 'Tis life and health and peace. 4 He breaks the power of cancelled sin, He sets the prisoner free; His blood can make the foulest clean, His blood availed for me. 5 Hear Him, ye deaf; His praise, ye dumb, Your loosened tongues employ; Ye blind, behold your Savior come; And leap, ye lame, for joy! Amen. Topics: Worship and Adoration Languages: English Tune Title: [O for a thousand tounges to sing]
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Blessed Be the Name

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: YL1982 #2 (1982) First Line: O for a thousand tongues to sing Lyrics: 1 O for a thousand tongues to sing, Blessed be the name of the Lord! The glories of my God and King, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 2 Jesus, the name that charms our fears, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 'Tis music in the sinner's ears, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 3 He breaks the power of canceled sin, Blessed be the name of the Lord! His blood can make the foulest clean, Blessed be the name of the Lord! Blessed be the name, Blessed be the name, Blessed be the name of the Lord! Blessed be the name, Blessed be the name, Blessed be the name of the Lord! Topics: Jesus Christ His Name; Worship and Adoration Languages: English Tune Title: [O for a thousand tounges to sing]
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O Worship the King

Author: Robert Grant Hymnal: YL1982 #3 (1982) First Line: O worship the king all glorious above Lyrics: 1 O worship the King all glorious above, And gratefully sing His wonderful love; Our Shield and Defender, the Ancient of Days, Pavilioned in splendor and girded with praise. 2 O tell of His might and sing of His grace, Whose robe is the light, whose canopy space; His chariots of wrath the deep thunderclouds form, And dark is His path on the wings of the storm. 3 Thy bountiful care what tongue can recite? It breathes in the air, it shines in the light, It streams from the hills, it descends to the plain, And sweetly distills in the dew and the rain. 4 Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, In Thee do we trust, nor find Thee to fail; Thy mercies how tender, how firm to the end, Our Maker, Defender, Redeemer and Friend. Amen. Topics: Worship and Adoration Languages: English Tune Title: [O worship the king all glorious above]

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John Stallings

b. 1938 Hymnal Number: 341 Author of "Learning to Lean" in Yes, Lord!

Carolina Sandell

1823 - 1903 Person Name: Lina Sandell Hymnal Number: 141 Author of "Children of the Heavenly Father" in Yes, Lord! Caroline W. Sandell Berg (b. Froderyd, Sweden, 1832; d. Stockholm, Sweden, 1903), is better known as Lina Sandell, the "Fanny Crosby of Sweden." "Lina" Wilhelmina Sandell Berg was the daughter of a Lutheran pastor to whom she was very close; she wrote hymns partly to cope with the fact that she witnessed his tragic death by drowning. Many of her 650 hymns were used in the revival services of Carl O. Rosenius, and a number of them gained popularity particularly because of the musical settings written by gospel singer Oskar Ahnfelt. Jenny Lind, the famous Swedish soprano, underwrote the cost of publishing a collection of Ahnfelt's music, Andeliga Sänger (1850), which consisted mainly of Berg's hymn texts. Bert Polman

Vernon J. Charlesworth

1838 - 1915 Hymnal Number: 143 Author of "A Shelter in the Time of Storm" in Yes, Lord! Charlesworth, Vernon J. , was born at Barking, Essex, on April 28, 1839, and educated at Homerton College. In 1864 he became co-pastor with the Rev. Newman Hall at the old Surrey Chapel, and in 1869 the Head Master of Mr. Spurgeon's Stockwell Orphan¬age. Mr. Charlesworth has published The Life of Rowland Hill, &c, 1876, and, in co-operation with Mr. J. Manton Smith, Flowers and Fruits of Sacred Song and Evangelistic Hymns. To this work he contributed:— 1. As you gather round the family board. Plea for Orphans. 2. Blessed Jesus, Lord and Master. Conferences. 3. Come, brethren, let us sing. Praise to God. 4. Come to Jesus, He invites you. Invitation. 5. Heart to heart by love united. Holy Matrimony. 6. How blest in Jesus' name to meet. Praise to Jesus. 7. Our lamps are gone out, and the daylight is past. The Foolish Virgins. 8. Sweetest fellowship we know. Walking in the Light. 9. The day of the Lord is at hand. Advent. 10. There is a land as yet unknown. Heaven. 11. 'Tis a blessed thing while we live to sing. Praise. 12. When far from Thee, and heirs of woe. Grace. 13. Ye servants of Jesus, go forth. Missions. In addition to these hymns, Mr. Charlesworth contributed— 14. I've nothing to bring Thee, Jesus. Lent. to Fullerton & Smith's Evangelical Echoes, 1884, and has printed a considerable number as leaflets. Two of the most recent, "As the eastern hills are glowing" (Morning), and "Lengthening shadows darkly falling" (Evening), should find their way into common use. Mr. Charlesworth's hymns are very spirited and of a popular character. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)