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COWPER

Appears in 154 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: Lowell Mason Hymnal Title: Blessed Refuge Tune Key: C Major Incipit: 34565 31651 23433 Used With Text: There Is A Fountain

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As By One's Sin Fell All Our Kin

Author: Emanuel Cronenwett Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 5 hymnals Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 As by one's sin fell all our kin, Conceived and born sin-stained, So by One's grace, who took the place Of all, are all regained, Of all, are all regained. 2 The blood-red tide from Christ's cleft side, Shed for the good of all, Is laver pure to cleanse and cure All lost in Adam's fall, All lost in Adam's fall. 3 Of it are born, though once forlorn, The saints in Him baptized; Its life receive all who believe That Jesus is the Christ, That Jesus is the Christ. 4 His righteousness is crown and dress Of those who own Him Lord, Who, sin-oppressed, find in Him rest And keep His faithful Word, And keep His faithful Word. 5 To God be praise through endless days, In whom we live and move, God--Father, Son and Spirit--One, The Triune God of Love! The Triune God of Love! Amen. Topics: The Means of Grace Faith and Justification Used With Tune: COWPER
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The Church's Arguments for Divine Help

Appears in 3 hymnals Hymnal Title: Bible Songs First Line: Because my king is God alone Topics: Afflictions Prayer in; Christ Power of; Church Triumph of; Covenant Of God; God King; Missions Prayer for; Nature A Revelation of God; Praise To God; Prayer For Christ's Sake; Prayer For Deliverance from Enemies; Prayer For the Church; Prayer Intercession in; Royalty of Christ For the Salvation of His People; Salvation God's Gift Scripture: Psalm 74:13-23 Used With Tune: [Because my king is God alone]
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Crown Him Lord of All

Appears in 3,436 hymnals Hymnal Title: Carols of Joy First Line: All hail the power of Jesus' name Used With Tune: FOUNTAIN

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There is a fountain fill'd with blood

Hymnal: A Pastor's Selection of Hymns and Tunes #164 (1859) Hymnal Title: A Pastor's Selection of Hymns and Tunes Languages: English Tune Title: FOUNTAIN
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There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood

Author: William Cowper, 1731-1800 Hymnal: African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal #256 (2011) Meter: 8.6.8.6 D Hymnal Title: African Methodist Episcopal Church Hymnal Lyrics: 1 There is a fountain filled with blood Drawn from Emmanuel's veins; And sinners, plunged beneath that flood, Lose all their guilty stains, Lose all their guilty stains. 2 The dying thief rejoiced to see That fountain in his day; And there may I, though vile as he, Wash all my sins away, Wash all my sins away. 3 Dear dying Lamb, Thy precious blood Shall never lose its power, Till all the ransomed Church of God Be saved, to sin no more, Be saved, to sin no more. 4 E'er since, by faith, I saw the stream Thy flowing wounds supply, Redeeming love has been my theme, And shall be till I die, And shall be till I die. 5 When this poor lisping, stammering tongue Lies silent in the grave, Then in a nobler, sweeter song, I'll sing Thy power to save, I'll sing Thy power to save. Topics: The Christian Life Repentance and Forgiveness; Invitation; The Lord's Supper; Salvation Scripture: Zechariah 13:1 Languages: English Tune Title: COWPER
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As By One's Sin Fell All Our Kin

Author: Emanuel Cronenwett Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #135 (1930) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 As by one's sin fell all our kin, Conceived and born sin-stained, So by One's grace, who took the place Of all, are all regained, Of all, are all regained. 2 The blood-red tide from Christ's cleft side, Shed for the good of all, Is laver pure to cleanse and cure All lost in Adam's fall, All lost in Adam's fall. 3 Of it are born, though once forlorn, The saints in Him baptized; Its life receive all who believe That Jesus is the Christ, That Jesus is the Christ. 4 His righteousness is crown and dress Of those who own Him Lord, Who, sin-oppressed, find in Him rest And keep His faithful Word, And keep His faithful Word. 5 To God be praise through endless days, In whom we live and move, God--Father, Son and Spirit--One, The Triune God of Love! The Triune God of Love! Amen. Topics: The Means of Grace Faith and Justification Languages: English Tune Title: COWPER

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E. Cronenwett

1841 - 1931 Person Name: Emanuel Cronenwett Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Author of "As By One's Sin Fell All Our Kin" in American Lutheran Hymnal Cronenwett, Emmanuel, a Lutheran Pastor at Butler, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., contributed to the Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal, Published by Order of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio and other States, 1880, in addition to 20 translations from the German, the following original hymns, some of which rank with the best in the collection:— 1. A holy state is wedded life. Domestic Worship. 2. Faith is wisdom from on high. Faith. 3. Heavenly Father, Jesus taught us. Prayer. 4. Lord, Thine omniscience I adore. Omniscience. 5. O Triune God, Thy blessing great. Domestic Worship. 6. Of omniscient grace I sing. Omniscience. 7. Of Zion's honour angels sing. Ordination. 8. The precepts of the word are pure. Holy Scripture. 9. The Spirit's fruits are peace and love. Fruits of the Spirit. 10. 'Tis a marvel in our eyes. Foundation Stone laying of a Church. 11. To Thee, our fathers' God, we bow. Domestic Worship. 12. Unto Caesar let us render. National Thanksgiving. 13. We have a sure, prophetic word. Holy Scripture. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Heinrich Cornelius Hecker

1699 - 1743 Person Name: H. C. Hecker Hymnal Title: Die Glaubensharfe (With Melodies) Author of "Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt" in Die Glaubensharfe (With Melodies)

Christoph Christian Sturm

1740 - 1786 Person Name: Chr. J. Sturm Hymnal Title: Die Glaubensharfe (With Melodies) Author of "Sei mir gegrüßt, Du Heil der Welt!" in Die Glaubensharfe (With Melodies) Sturm, Christoph Christian, son of Johann Jakob Sturm, lawyer (Imperial notary) at Augsburg, was born at Augsburg, Jan. 25, 1740. He studied at tlie universities of Jena (M.A. 1761) and Halle. He was then appointed, in 1762, as one of the masters in the Paedagogium at Halle, and in 1765 became Conrector of the school at Sorau, in Brandenburg. In 1767 he returned to Halle as fourth pastor of the Market Church, and became third pastor in the same year. He left Halle in 1769, to become second pastor of the church of the Holy Spirit at Magdeburg, where he passed the happiest part of his professional life, and where he wrote most of his devotional works. Finally, in 1778, he was appointed chief pastor of St. Peter's Church at Hamburg. Here he at first lived happily, beloved and respected as a preacher and author, until, in 1782, his views on the Salvation of the Heathen led J. M. Goetze, chief pastor of St. Katherine's Church in Hamburg, to accuse him of nationalism, &c. The resulting controversy embittered and shortened Sturm's life. In his latter years he suffered from a weak chest; and in the night of Aug. 10-11, 1786, he was seized with an attack of spitting of blood, from which he never recovered. He died at Hamburg, on Aug. 26, 1786 (Koch, vi., 357; Bode, p. 158, &c). Sturm is best known to English readers by his devotional works, which were for some time very popular, viz., his "Conferences with God in the Morning Hours " (Unterhaltungen mit Gott in der Morgenstunden, &c, Halle, 1768), and his "Reflections on the Works of God" (Betrachtungen über die Werke Gotte, &c, Halle, 1772-76). He was one of the most prolific hymnwriters of the Rationalistic period, being the author of more than 400 hymns. His productions are less dreary than most of the time, and are not without earnestness, devoutness, and lyric power; but they are often too rhetorical, and not sufficiently simple. They found great favour with the compilers of hymnbooks from 1765 to 1845, but not many of them are retained in later collections. His specialities were hymns on the Works of God in Nature, and hymns for Children. We need only note the following:—(1) Der Christ am Sonntage, Halle & Leipzig, 1764-65 [Hamburg Library]. This was a weekly paper, which contained 88 hymns by Sturm. (2) Sammlung geistlicher Gesänge über die Werke Gottes in der Natur, Halle, 1775 [British Museum and Wemigerode Library]. Over 40 of the hymns are originals by Sturm. (3) Volständiges Gesangbuch für Kinder, Halle, 1777 [Hamburg Library]. More than 60 hymns seem to have been written by Sturm for this work. (4) Predigtentwürfe, Hamburg, 1779-86 [British Museum]. An eight years' course of sermon outlines on the Gospels for Sundays and Festivals; with over 80 hymns by Sturm, some being recasts from other authors. (5) Lieder und Kirchengesängen, Hamburg, 1780 [Royal Library, Hannover]. With 54 hymns, many being recasts of his earlier hymns, made by himself or by J. S. Diterich. (6) Gesangbuch für Gartenfreunde und Liebhaber der Natur, Hamburg, 1781 [Hamburg Library]. More than 60 of the hymns seem to have been written by Sturm for this work. The hymns by Sturm which have passed into English are:— i. Auferstanden, auferstanden, Ist der Herr, der tins versöhnt. Easter. In his Predigtentwürfe, vol. iii., 1781, p. 144, in 5 stanzas of 8 lines. ii. Dank, Dank, sey dir für dein Erbarmen. iii. Ein Pilgrim bin ich in der Welt. Christian Pilgrimage. In his Christ am Sonntage, vol. ii., p. 359 (number for Sunday, Nov. 18, 1764), in 7 stanzas of 7 lines, entitled "The Consolation of Eternity." Translation as "I'm but a weary pilgrim here." By Dr. H. Mills, 1845, p. 168. iv. Gott, wenn mein Aug', der Welt entrückt. For the Dying. In his Christ am Sonntage, vol. iii., p. 30 (at the end of a meditation in a churchyard on the Last Judgment, for Sunday Dec. 9, 1764), in 5 st. of 12 lines. This form is repeated by Sturm, in 1780, as above, p. 18, and has been translation as "Dear Saviour, while I here am blest." By Dr. H. Mills, 1845, p. 131. v. Heut öffhet sich die neue Bahn. New Year. In his Predigtentwürfe, vol. vi., 1784, p. 40, in 4 stanzas of 7 lines, given for New Year's Day, 1784. The translations are:— (1) "Life's course must recommence today." By Miss Cox, 1841, p. 49. (2) "I now commence a separate stage." By Lady E. Fortescue, 1843, p. 18. vi. Schmal ist der Weg, auf welchem Christen gehen. Christian Pilgrimage. In his Christ am Sonntage, vol. i., p. 130 (for Sunday, Jan. 22, 1764), in 9 stanzas of 4 lines, entitled, "The Way to Heaven." vii. Wenn der Erde Gründe beben. Second Advent. In his Lieder und Kirchengesänge, 1780, p. 73, in 5 st. of 5 lines., entitled, "The Day of the World's Judgment” and beginning. "Wamn der Erde." In the Württemberg Gesang-Buch, 1791, No. 363. Translation as "When the solid earth is quaking." By C. W. Shields, in Sacred Lyrics from the German, Philadelphia 1859, p. 215. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] -- Excerpts from John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

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New Hymn and Tune Book

Publication Date: 1889 Publisher: A.M.E. Z. Book Concern Publication Place: New York