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Hope and Faith with Joy Ascending

Author: R. David Hoffelt, 1951- Hymnal: African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal #544 (2011) Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal Topics: The Living Church Baptism; Baptism Scripture: Mark 10:14-16 Languages: English Tune Title: UNSER HERRSCHER

Hark! Ten Thousand Harps and Voices

Author: Thomas Kelly, 1769-1854 Hymnal: Ambassador Hymnal #119 (1994) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: Ambassador Hymnal Topics: Ascension Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Open Now Thy Gates Of Beauty

Author: Catherine Winkworth; B. Schmolk Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #1 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Open now thy gates of beauty, Zion, let me enter there Where my soul in joyful duty Waits on Him who answers prayer. O how blessed is this place, Filled with solace, light and grace! 2 Lord, my God, I come before Thee, Come Thou also down to me. Where I find Thee and adore Thee, There a heav'n on earth must be. With Thy grace O enter Thou, Make my heart Thy temple now. 3 Here Thy praise is gladly chanted, Here Thy seed is duly sown; Let my soul, Thy blessing granted, Precious sheaves bring forth alone. Grant that all I hear may be Fruitful unto life in me. 4 Thou my faith increase and quicken, Let me keep that gift divine; When temptations come and thicken, Make Thy Word forever shine As my guiding star thro' life, As my comfort in the strife. 5 Speak, O Lord, and I will hear Thee, Let Thy will be done indeed; May I undisturbed draw near Thee While Thou dost Thy people feed; Here of life the fountain flows, Here is balm for all our woes. Amen. Topics: Opening of Worship Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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God of Ages, All Transcending

Author: Anna Hoppe; Caspar Neumann Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #7 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 God of Ages, all transcending, Who dost rule creation wide, And, Thy might with mercy blending, Ever dost for me provide, As this Sabbath dawns on me, Let my soul awake to Thee. 2 How I love this day most holy, Bringing thoughts of Thee, my Lord, Who dost comfort all the lowly, Who to all dost rest afford, And whose Spirit leads the way To that fair celestial day. 3 For this gladsome Sabbath morning Let my soul most grateful be! Hallowed tho'ts, my mind adorning, Soar on wings of prayer to Thee, And my heart with joy replete As I taste Thy manna sweet. 4 Come, O Lord, and lend Thy blessing As I hear Thy precious Word. Speak to me in tones caressing, Let me feel Thy presence, Lord! Be my heart with joy replete As I taste Thy manna sweet. 5 Say Amen, O God our Father, To the praise we offer Thee; Now, to laud Thy name we gather; Let this to Thy glory be. Fill us with Thy love and grace, Till we see Thee face to face. Amen. Topics: Opening of Worship Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Jesus, Lord And Precious Savior

Author: Augustus Nelson; Johan Olaf Wallin Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #185 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Jesus, Lord and precious Savior, All my comfort and my joy! Graciously extend Thy favor, Let Thy Word my soul employ. Jesus, come, abide with me, Let me ever be with Thee. 2 All I do, O let me ever, Jesus, in Thy name begin; Give success to my endeavor, Grant me victory therein. Jesus, come, abide with me, Let me ever be with Thee. 3 Let my words and thoughts, O Savior, To Thy praise and glory tend; Sanctify my whole behavior And for aye my soul befriend. Jesus, come, abide with me, Let me ever be with Thee. 4 When my days on earth are ended, May I enter into rest; Bear me home: to Thee ascended, Let me be forever blest. Jesus, come, abide with me, Let me ever be with Thee. Amen. Topics: The Means of Grace The Redeemer Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Christians, Rise, Put On Your Armor

Author: J. C. Aaberg; H. A. Brorson; J. Falkner Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #248 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Christians, rise, put on your armor; Men of Christ, assume your part. Satan, still the crafty charmer, Trains his host in all his art. As your sword Use God's Word, Hell is battling 'gainst the Lord. 2 Follow Christ, your great Commander, Lean upon His mighty arm; Satan, armed with guile and slander, Aims to do you naught but harm. Have no fear Christ is near, He as victor shall appear. 3 With the cross of Christ to lead you, Press ye onward in the strife. He who by the cross has freed you Fills the faintest heart with life, For each wound Balm is found In the joy of victors crowned. 4 Many hearts are filled with yearning And have yet no solace found. Men to God but partly turning Find that fear and woes abound. God will bless When the flesh By His Spirit we suppress. 5 Crowns are won by true endeavor, As all saints have testified. They have overcome forever, Strengthened by the Lamb that died. Likewise we Cannot be From the Christian's trials free. 6 Though our flesh to dust be turning, If our souls in God remain, On a glorious Easter morning Day for us shall break again. Easter day Holding sway, Death must yield its mighty prey. 7 Then the host of Christ shall gather At His throne a ransomed throng, Offering thanks to God, the Father, And to Christ salvation's song. Every tongue Shall this song Through eternity prolong. Amen. Topics: The Christian Life Warfare; Processionals and Recessionals General Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Listen To Those Happy Voices

Author: M. Loy Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #351 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Listen to those happy voices Of the radiant angel throng! How the earth and sky rejoices! All the air is full of song! Hallelujah, blissful morn! Hallelujah, Christ is born! 2 Hear ye not the bright-robed angel Cheering shepherds in the field-- Telling them the sweet Evangel That the woes of man are healed? Hear ye not the angel say: Fear ye not, be glad to-day? 3 Should we not with songs of gladness Glory give to God for aye? Why be bowed with grief and sadness When our sins are borne away? Praise Him--with the angels vie-- Glory be to God on high! 4 Swell, ye saints, the blissful chorus, Roll it onward like a sea, As the angels, hov'ring o'er us, Still repeat the melody! Hear ye not the angel say: Fear ye not, be glad to-day? 5 Gladly we repeat the story-- Vie with angels while they sing: Be to God immortal glory, Glory to the new-born King! Hallelujah, blissful morn! Hallelujah, Christ is born! Amen. Topics: The Church Year Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Praise And Honor To The Father

Author: Paul E. Kretzmann Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #519 (1930) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Praise and honor to the Father For the fullness of His grace, Who in Jesus, our Redeemer, Has revealed His loving face: Thine this house to bless, O Lord, With Thine everlasting Word! 2 Praise and honor to the Savior For the fullness of His love, Given us in richest measure When He left His throne above: Thine this house, O heavn'ly Friend, Guard and keep it to the end! 3 Praise and honor to the Spirit For the fullness of His pow'r, Who renews with wondrous beauty Heart and mind each day and hour: Thine this house, O heav'nly Light; Keep it free from error's night! 4 Praise and honor, strength and glory Be to God the Father, Son, And to God the Holy Spirit, Ever three and ever one: Thine this house, O Triune Lord, Now and evermore adored! Amen. Topics: Dedication Institution of Learning Languages: English Tune Title: NEANDER
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Jesus, come! for we invite you

Author: Christopher Idle (b. 1938) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #102 (2013) Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 Jesus, come! for we invite you, Guest and Master, Friend and Lord; now, as once at Cana's wedding, speak, and let us hear your word: lead us through our need or doubting, hope be born and joy restored. 2 Jesus, come! transform our pleasures, guide us into paths unknown; bring your gifts, command your servants, let us trust in you alone: though your hand may work in secret, all shall see what you have done. 3 Jesus, come in new creation, heaven brought near in power divine; give your unexpected glory changing water into wine: rouse the faith of your disciples — come, our first and greatest Sign! 4 Jesus, come! surprise our dullness, make us willing to receive more than we can yet imagine, all the best you have to give: let us find your hidden riches, taste your love, believe, and live! Topics: Church Year Epiphany; Discipleship; Epiphany; Guidance; Jesus Life and Ministry; Other Saints and Festivals Mary Magdalene; The Third Sunday of Epiphany Year B; Gathering Scripture: John 2:1-4 Languages: English Tune Title: UNSER HERRSCHER (NEANDER)
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Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem

Author: John Mason Neale (1818-1866); Job Hupton (1762-1849) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #619 (2013) Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem, cleave the skies with shouts of praise; sing to him who found the ransom, Ancient of eternal Days, God of God, the Word incarnate, whom the heaven of heaven obeys. 2 Ere he raised the lofty mountains, formed the seas, or built the sky, love eternal, free, and boundless, moved the Lord of life to die, fore-ordained the Prince of princes for the throne of Calvary. 3 There, for us and our redemption, see him all his life-blood pour! There he wins our full salvation, dies that we may die no more; then, arising, lives for ever, reigning where he was before. 4 High on yon celestial mountains stands his sapphire throne, all bright, midst unending alleluias bursting from the sons of light; Zion's people tell his praises, victor after hard-won fight. 5 Bring your harps, and bring your incense, sweep the string and pour the lay; let the earth proclaim his wonders, King of that celestial day; he the Lamb once slain is worthy, who was dead, and lives for ay. 6 Laud and honour to the Father, laud and honour to the Son, laud and honour to the Spirit, ever Three and ever One, consubstantial, co-eternal, while unending ages run. Topics: Atonement; Church Year Good Friday; Heaven; Jesus Names and images for; Praise; Proper 7 Year A Scripture: 1 Peter 1:18-21 Languages: English Tune Title: UNSER HERRSCHER (NEANDER)

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