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Now in the days of youth

Author: Walter John Mathams Hymnal: Hymnal for Colleges and Schools #347 (1956) Hymnal Title: Hymnal for Colleges and Schools Languages: English Tune Title: THE FIFTH TUNE
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Now in the Days of Youth

Author: Walter J. Mathams, 1853-1932 Hymnal: Hymns for Youth #143 (1966) Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: Hymns for Youth Lyrics: 1. Now in the days of youth, When life flows fresh and free, Thou Lord of all our hearts and lives, We give ourselves to thee. Our fervent gift receive, And fit us to fulfill, Through all our days, in all our ways, Our heavenly Father's will. 2. Teach us where'er we live To act as in thy sight, And do what thou wouldst have us do With radiant delight; Not choosing what is great, Nor spurning what is small, But taking from thy hand our taske And serving thee in all. 3. Teach us to love the true, The beautiful and pure, And let us not for one short hour An evil thought endure; But give us grace to stand Decided, brave, and strong, The lovers of all holy things, The foes of all things wrong. Languages: English Tune Title: THE FIFTH TUNE
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Bless'd Are the Pure in Heart

Author: John Keble Hymnal: Rejoice in the Lord #234 (1985) Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: Rejoice in the Lord Lyrics: 1 Bless'd are the pure in heart, for they shall see our God; the secret of the Lord is theirs; their soul is Christ's abode. Might mortal thought presume to guess an angel's lay, such are the notes that echo through the courts of heav'n today. 2 Such the triumphal hymns on Zion's Prince that wait, in high procession passing on towards his temple gate. Give ear, ye kings; bow down, ye rulers of the earth– this, this is he, your priest by grace, your God and King by birth. 3 No pomp of earthly guards attends with sword and spear, and all defying, dauntless, look their monarch's way to clear: yet are there more with him than all that are with you– the armies of the highest heav'n, all righteous, good, and true. 4 But who is he, though bowed by years, erect in heart, whose prayers are struggling with his tears? "Lord, let me now depart; now hath thy servant seen thy saving health, O Lord: 'tis time that I depart in peace, according to thy word." 5 Yet swells the pomp: one more comes forth to bless her God: full four-score years, meek widow, she her heav'nward way hath trod: she who to earthly joys so long had giv'n farewell, now sees, unlooked for, heav'n on earth, Christ in his Israel. 6 Wide open from that hour the temple gates are set, and still the saints rejoicing there the holy Child have met. Still to the lowly soul he doth himself impart, and for his cradle and his throne chooseth the pure in heart. Topics: Biblical Characters Anna; Jesus Christ Epiphany and Youth Languages: English Tune Title: FIFTH TUNE

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