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Now let good Christians all begin

Hymnal: Carols Old and Carols New #506 (1916) Hymnal Title: Carols Old and Carols New First Line: The Lord at first did Adam make Topics: Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: [The Lord at first did Adam make]
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The Lord at First Had Adam Made

Hymnal: Christmas Carols New and Old #21 (1871) Hymnal Title: Christmas Carols New and Old Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin Tune Title: [The Lord at first had Adam made]
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The Lord at First Had Adam Made

Hymnal: Christmas Carols New and Old #21 (1878) Hymnal Title: Christmas Carols New and Old Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin Languages: English Tune Title: [The Lord at first had Adam made]
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Christmas Eve

Hymnal: Oxford Book of Carols #1a (1928) Hymnal Title: Oxford Book of Carols First Line: The Lord at first did Adam make Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin Lyrics: 1. The Lord at first did Adam makeOut of the dust and clay,And in his nostrils breathèd life,E'en as the Scriptures say.And then in Eden's paradise He placèd him to dwell,That he within it should remain,To dress and keep it well:[Refrain]Now let good Christians all beginAn holy life to live,And to rejoice and merry be,For this is Christmas Eve.2. Now mark the goodness of the Lord,Which he for mankind bore;His mercy soon he did extend,Lost man for to restore;And then, for to redeem our soulsFrom death and hellish thrall,He said his own dear Son should beThe Saviour of us all:3. Now for the blessings we enjoy,Which are from heaven above,Let us renounce all wickedness,And live in perfect love:Then we shall do Christ's own command,E'en his own written word;And when we die, in heaven shallEnjoy our living Lord:4. And now the tide is nigh at hand,In which our Saviour came;Let us rejoice and merry beIn keeping of the same;Let's feed the poor and hungry souls,And such as do it crave;And when we die, in heaven weOur sure reward shall have: Tune Title: [The Lord at first did Adam make]
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Christmas Eve

Hymnal: Oxford Book of Carols #1b (1928) Hymnal Title: Oxford Book of Carols First Line: The Lord at first did Adam make Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin Lyrics: 1. The Lord at first did Adam makeOut of the dust and clay,And in his nostrils breathèd life,E'en as the Scriptures say.And then in Eden's paradise He placèd him to dwell,That he within it should remain,To dress and keep it well:[Refrain]Now let good Christians all beginAn holy life to live,And to rejoice and merry be,For this is Christmas Eve.2. Now mark the goodness of the Lord,Which he for mankind bore;His mercy soon he did extend,Lost man for to restore;And then, for to redeem our soulsFrom death and hellish thrall,He said his own dear Son should beThe Saviour of us all:3. Now for the blessings we enjoy,Which are from heaven above,Let us renounce all wickedness,And live in perfect love:Then we shall do Christ's own command,E'en his own written word;And when we die, in heaven shallEnjoy our living Lord:4. And now the tide is nigh at hand,In which our Saviour came;Let us rejoice and merry beIn keeping of the same;Let's feed the poor and hungry souls,And such as do it crave;And when we die, in heaven weOur sure reward shall have: Tune Title: [The Lord at first did Adam make]
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The Lord at First Had Adam Made

Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #3682 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin Lyrics: 1. The Lord at first had Adam made Out of the dust and clay, And in his nostrils breathèd life, E’en as the Scriptures say. And then in Eden’s paradise He placèd him to dwell, That he within it should remain, To dress and keep it well. Refrain Now let good Christians all begin A holier life to live, And to rejoice and merry be, For this is Christmas Eve. 2. And thus within the garden he Was set, therein to stay; And in commandment unto him These words the Lord did say: The fruit which in the garden grows To thee shall be for meat, Except the tree in midst thereof, Of which thou shalt not eat. [Refrain] 3. For in the day thou shalt it touch Or dost to it come nigh, If so thou do but eat thereof, Then thou shalt surely die. But Adam he did take no heed Unto that only thing, But did transgress God’s holy Law, And so was wrapt in sin. [Refrain] 4. Now mark the goodness of the Lord, Which He to mankind bore; His mercy soon He did extend, Lost man for to restore; And therefore to redeem our souls From death and hell and thrall, He said His own dear Son should be The Savior of us all. [Refrain] 5. Which promise now is brought to pass: Christians, believe it well: And by the death of God’s dear Son, We are redeemed from hell. So if we truly do believe, And do the thing that’s right, Then by His merits we at last Shall live in Heaven bright. Refrain] 6. And now the tide is nigh at hand, In which our Savior came; Let us rejoice and merry be In keeping of the same; Let’s feed the poor and hungry souls, And such as do it crave; And when we die, in Heaven we Our sure reward shall have. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [The Lord at first had Adam made]

Christmas Eve

Hymnal: The Oxford Book of Carols #1a (1964) Hymnal Title: The Oxford Book of Carols First Line: The Lord at first did Adam make Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin

Christmas Eve

Hymnal: The Oxford Book of Carols #1b (1964) Hymnal Title: The Oxford Book of Carols First Line: The Lord at first did Adam make Refrain First Line: Now let good Christians all begin

The Lord, at First, Did Adam Make

Hymnal: Uncommon Christmas Carols #13 (1941) Hymnal Title: Uncommon Christmas Carols First Line: The Lord, at first, did Adam make out of the dust and clay Refrain First Line: But now rejoice and merry be Tune Title: [The Lord, at first, did Adam make]

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