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Today I Live

Author: Fred Kaan Hymnal: Sing a New Creation #45 (2022) Meter: 10.11.10.11 First Line: Today I live, one cay shall come my death Topics: Ash Wednesday; Assurance; Christian Life; Hope; Lent Scripture: Psalm 31:1-5 Languages: English Tune Title: ROBERT
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Thou New Jerusalem, Arise and Shine

Author: John Mason Neale; John Damascene Hymnal: Hymns of the Eastern Church (5th ed.) #107 (1866) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Lyrics: Thou New Jerusalem, arise and shine! The glory of the Lord on thee hath risen! Sion, exult! rejoice with joy divine, Mother of GOD! Thy Son hath burst His prison! O heavenly Voice! O word of purest love! ‘Lo! I am with you alway to the end!’ This is the anchor, steadfast from above, The golden anchor, whence our hopes depend. O CHRIST, our Pascha! greatest, holiest, best! GOD’s Word and Wisdom and effectual Might! Thy fuller, lovelier presence manifest, In that eternal realm, that knows no night! Languages: English
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Break not the circle of enabling love

Author: Fred Kaan (b. 1929) Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #206 (2005) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Lyrics: 1 Break not the circle of enabling love where people grow, forgiven and forgiving; break not that circle - make it wider still, till it includes, embraces all the living. 2 Come, wonder at this love that comes to life, where words of freedom are with humour spoken and people keep no score of wrong and guilt, but will that human bonds remain unbroken. 3 Sing high! Give thanks for all who came and come to teach the world the craft of hopeful craving for peace and wholeness that will fill the earth, for faith that stirs us to creative living. 4 Join then the movement of the love that frees, till people of whatever race or nation will truly be themselves, stand on their feet, see eye to eye with laughter and elation. Topics: The Living God Our Response to God - in the worship of God's house; Arts and Creativity; Church nature of; Love for others; Reconciliation Scripture: 1 Corinthians 1:9-10 Languages: English Tune Title: ROBERT
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Break not the circle of enabling love

Author: Fred Kaan (b. 1929) Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #206 (2008) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Lyrics: 1 Break not the circle of enabling love where people grow, forgiven and forgiving; break not that circle - make it wider still, till it includes, embraces all the living. 2 Come, wonder at this love that comes to life, where words of freedom are with humour spoken and people keep no score of wrong and guilt, but will that human bonds remain unbroken. 3 Sing high! Give thanks for all who came and come to teach the world the craft of hopeful craving for peace and wholeness that will fill the earth, for faith that stirs us to creative living. 4 Join then the movement of the love that frees, till people of whatever race or nation will truly be themselves, stand on their feet, see eye to eye with laughter and elation. Topics: The Living God Our Response to God - in the worship of God's house; Arts and Creativity; Church nature of; Love for others; Reconciliation Scripture: 1 Corinthians 1:9-10 Languages: English Tune Title: ROBERT

Tender Shepherd

Author: Carolyn Leigh; Anne Forinash Friend Hymnal: Worship in Song #207 (1996) Meter: 10.11.10.11 First Line: Tender shepherd, tender shepherd Topics: Children; Children; Children Sheep; Comfort; Lullaby; Round Tune Title: [Tender shepherd, tender shepherd]
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Steal Away

Hymnal: Worship in Song #214 (1996) Meter: 10.11.10.11 First Line: My Lord, you call me, You call me by the thunder Refrain First Line: Steal away, steal away, steal away to Jesus! Lyrics: Refrain: Steal away, steal away, steal away to Jesus! Steal away, steal away home, I ain't got long to stay here! 1 My Lord you call me, You call me by the thunder; The trumpet sounds within-a my soul, I ain't got long to stay here. [Refrain] 2 Green trees are bending, Poor sinners stand a trembling; The trumpet sounds within-a my soul; I ain't got long to stay here. [Refrain] Ain't got long to stay here. Topics: Comfort; Death; Freedom; Sin; Suffering Scripture: Isaiah 61:1-3 Tune Title: STEAL AWAY
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I Know, O God, I Need Thy Watchful Care

Author: Zakarias Nielsen Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home #296 (1927) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Lyrics: 1 I know, O God, I need Thy watchful care, Thou callest me when from Thy path I wander; Thou chidest me, Thy rod Thou dost not spare, Thy mighty hand is reaching me from yonder. 2 I know Thou smitest not to do me harm, Thou lovest me when sinful ways Thou breakest; I know Thy love for me is rich and warm, Yea, warmest when Thou me most strongly shakest. 3 And yet each time Thy hand upon me lies, When I in sin have left Thy call unheeded, My heart breaks out in loud and bitter cries, I think Thou smitest more than it is needed. 4 How oft my pray'r: "O God, Thy will be done!" Has unto Thee in confidence ascended; But when Thy will against mine own has gone, I knew it was my own that I intended. 5 I waver, then, but know that Thou art right, Thy guiding hand Thy wilful child is training; Thy yoke is easy, and Thy burden light, I know I have no reason for complaining. 6 Teach me, O God, to will but what Thou wilt, And check Thou me when oft mine own I'm seeking; Chastize Thou me, but take away my guilt, And give me grace to hear when Thou art speaking. Topics: Spiritual Songs Divine Care and Guidance Languages: English Tune Title: [I know, O God, I need Thy watchful care]
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I Know, O God, I Need Thy Watchful Care

Author: Zakarias Nielsen Hymnal: Hymnal for Church and Home (2nd ed.) #296 (1928) Meter: 10.11.10.11 Lyrics: 1 I know, O God, I need Thy watchful care, Thou callest me when from Thy path I wander; Thou chidest me when sinful ways Thou breakest; I know Thy love for me is rich and warm, Yea, warmest when Thou me most strongly shakest. 2 I know Thou smitest not to do me harm, Thou lovest me when sinful ways Thou breakest; I know Thy love for me is rich and warm, Yea, warmest when Thou me most strongly shakest. 3 And yet each time Thy hand upon me lies, When I in sin have left Thy call unheeded, My heart breaks out in loud and bitter cries, I think Thou smitest more than it is needed. 4 How oft my prayer: "O God, Thy will be done!" Has unto Thee in confidence ascended; But when Thy will against mine own has gone, I knew it was my own that I intended. 5 I waver, then, but know that Thou art right, Thy guiding hand Thy willful child is training; Thy yoke is easy, and Thy burden light, I know I have no reason for complaining. 6 Teach me, O God, to will but what Thou wilt, And check Thou me when oft mine own I'm seeking; Chastize Thou me, but take away my guilt, And give me grace to hear when Thou art speaking. Topics: Spiritual Songs Divine Care and Guidance Languages: English Tune Title: [I know, O God, I need Thy watchful care]
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Break Not the Circle

Author: Fred Kaan, 1929- Hymnal: Singing the Living Tradition #323 (1993) Meter: 10.11.10.11 First Line: Break not the circle of enabling love Lyrics: 1 Break not the circle of enabling love where people grow, forgiven and forgiving; break not that circle, make it wider still, till it includes, embraces all the living. 2 Come, wonder at this love that comes to life, where words of freedom are with humor spoken, and people keep no score of wrong and guilt, but will that human bonds remain unbroken. 3 Join then the movement of the love that frees, till people of whatever race or nation will truly be themselves, stand on their feet, see eye to eye with laughter and elation. Topics: Humanist Teachings Humanity: Women and Men; Beloved Community; Communion; Forgiveness and Reconciliation; Gay and Lesbian Pride Day; Integrity; Unity and Diversity Languages: English Tune Title: YADDO
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All Ye That Pass By

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #345 Meter: 10.11.10.11 First Line: All ye that pass by, to Jesus draw nigh Lyrics: 1. All ye that pass by, to Jesus draw nigh: To you is it nothing that Jesus should die? Your ransom and peace, your surety He is: Come, see if there ever was sorrow like His. 2. For what you have done His blood must atone: The Father hath punished for you His dear Son. The Lord, in the day of His anger, did lay Your sins on the Lamb, and He bore them away. 3. He answered for all: O come at His call, And low at His cross with astonishment fall! But lift up your eyes at Jesus’ cries: Impassive, He suffers; immortal, He dies. 4. He dies to atone for sins not His own; Your debt He hath paid, and your work He hath done. Ye all may receive the peace He did leave, Who made intercession, My Father, forgive! 5. For you and for me He prayed on the tree: The prayer is accepted, the sinner is free. That sinner am I, who on Jesus rely, And come for the pardon God cannot deny. 6. My pardon I claim; for a sinner I am, A sinner believing in Jesus’ name. He purchased the grace which now I embrace: O Father, Thou know’st He hath died in my place. 7. His death is my plea; my Advocate see, And hear the blood speak that hath answered for me. My ransom He was when He bled on the cross; And losing His life He hath carried my cause. Languages: English Tune Title: DARLINGTON

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