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The Lord is my shepherd

Author: James Mongtomery Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 590 hymnals First Line: The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know Topics: Worship and Praise Scripture: Psalm 23 Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG

Today Earth Is Singing

Author: Brenda Hostetler Meyer Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Today earth is singing with stars up above Topics: Children / Childhood Scripture: Matthew 19:13-15 Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG

One Candle Is Lit

Author: Mary Anne Parrott Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Come surely, Lord Jesus, as dawn follows night Topics: God Known in Jesus Christ Advent; Christian Year: Advent; Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ: Advent; Light Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG

Whatever You Do

Author: Carolyn Winfrey Gillette Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Whatever you do to the least ones of these Topics: Affliction and Tribulation; Children; Confusion; Disasters; Discipleship and Service; Faces; Family; Floods; Feeding; Friendship; Gathering; Generations; Giving; Hands; Hearts; Holiness Social; Hope; Jesus Christ Life and Teaching; Joy; Longing; Lowliness; Ministries; Prayer; Prisoners; Service to Others; Service Music Offertory; Stricken; Teaching; Thirst; World; Affliction and Tribulation; Children; Confusion; Disasters; Discipleship and Service; Faces; Family; Floods; Feeding; Friendship; Gathering; Generations; Giving; Hands; Hearts; Holiness Social; Hope; Jesus Christ Life and Teaching; Joy; Longing; Lowliness; Ministries; Prayer; Prisoners; Service to Others; Service Music Offertory; Stricken; Teaching; Thirst; World; Grace Sanctifying and Perfecting Grace Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG
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Away in a Manger

Author: John Thomas McFarland, 1851-1913 Appears in 540 hymnals First Line: Away in a manger, no crib for a bed Lyrics: 1 Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, The little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head; The stars in the bright sky looked down where He lay, The little Lord Jesus, asleep on the hay. 2 The cattle are lowing, the Baby awakes, But little Lord Jesus, no crying He makes; I love Thee, Lord Jesus! look down from the sky, And stay by my cradle till morning is nigh. 3 Be near me, Lord Jesus! I ask Thee to stay Close by me forever, and love me, I pray; Bless all the dear children in Thy tender care, And fit us for heaven, to live with Thee there. Topics: Christmas Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG Text Sources: Source unknown, vs. 1-2
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In Sweet Fields of Autumn

Author: Elizabeth Madison, b. 1883 Meter: 12.12.12.12 Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: In sweet fields of autumn the gold grain is falling Lyrics: 1 In sweet fields of autumn the gold grain is falling, the white clouds drift lonely, the wild swan is calling. Alas for the daisies, the tall fern and grasses, when wind-sweep and rainfall fill lowlands and passes. 2 The snows of December shall fill windy hollow; the bleak rain trails after, the March wind shall follow. The deer through the valleys leave print of their going; and diamonds of sleet mark the ridges of snowing. 3 The stillness of death shall stoop over the water, the plover sweep low where the pale streamlets falter; but deep in the earth clod the black seed is living; when spring sounds her bugles for rousing and giving. Topics: Transcending Mystery and Wonder Autumn; Death and Life; Nature and the Countryside; Seasons and Cycles Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG
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O Mercy Divine, O Couldst Thou Incline

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1. O mercy divine, O couldst Thou incline, My God, to become such as infant as mine? What wonder of grace: The Ancient of Days Is found in the likeness of Adam’s frail race! 2. He comes from on high, who fashioned the sky, And meekly vouchsafes in a manger to lie; Our God ever blest, with oxen doth rest, Is nursed by His creature and hangs at the breast. 3. So heavenly-mild, His innocence smiled, No wonder the mother would worship the Child, The angels she knew had worshipped Him, too, And still they confess adoration His due. 4. On Jesus’ face, with eager amaze, And pleasure ecstatic the cherubim gaze; Their newly born King, transported they sing, And Heaven and earth with the triumph doth ring. 5. The shepherds behold Him, the promised of old, By angels attended, by prophets foretold; The wise men adore now, and bring Him their store, The rich are permitted to follow the poor. 6. To the inn they repair, to see the young Heir; The inn is a palace, for Jesus is there! Who now would be great, and not rather wait On Jesus their Lord in His humble estate? 7. Like Him would I be, my Master I see In a stable; a manger shall satisfy me; And here will I lie, till raised up on high, With Him on the cross I recover the sky. Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG Text Sources: Hymns for the Nativity of Our Lord (London: William Strahan, 1745), number 16, alt.
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How Blest Is The Season

Author: Joseph Hart, 1712-1768 Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 5 hymnals First Line: How blest is the season, at which we appear! Lyrics: 1 How blest is the season, at which we appear! Bow down, sense and reason, faith only reigns here. ’Tis hard by mere nature with coldness or scorn, That God our creator an infant was born. 2 Lost souls to recover and form them afresh Our wonderful lover took flesh of our flesh: Then let each dull dreamer awake to this morn And hail the Redeemer at Bethlehem born. 3 Ye drunkards, ye swearers, ye muckworms of earth, Repent, and be sharers in this blessèd birth. From sin to release us that yoke so long worn, The holy Child Jesus of Mary was born. 4 Opposers, transgressors, of every degree, And formal professors, the worst of the three, With tears of contrition your foolishness mourn; To give you remission Immanuel’s born. 5 Ye vilest of creatures, backsliders so base, Bold rebels and traitors, abusers of grace, Come, cease your backslidings, and once more return: Receive the glad tidings, a Savior is born. 6 Poor sinners dejected, of comfort debarred, Whose hearts are afflicted because they’re so hard, Despairing of favor, cold, lifeless, forlorn! Remember the Savior in winter was born. 7 And ye that sincerely confide in the Lamb (He loves you most dearly), rejoice in His name. No more the believer from God shall be torn; To hold him for ever an infant is born. Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG

Al Pobre Pesebre

Author: Anónimo Appears in 4 hymnals First Line: Al pobre pesebre del Niño Jesús Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG
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We Rear Not a Temple

Author: Henry Ware, Jr. Meter: 11.11.11.11 Appears in 17 hymnals First Line: We rear not a temple, like Judah's of old Lyrics: 1. We rear not a temple, like Judah’s of old, Whose portals were marble, whose vaultings were gold; No incense is lighted, no victims are slain, No monarch kneels praying to hallow the fane. 2. More simple and lowly the walls that we raise, And humbler the pomp of procession and praise, Where the heart is the altar whence incense shall roll, And Messiah the King who shall pray for the soul. 3. O Father, come in! but not in the cloud Which filled the bright courts where Thy chosen ones bowed; But come in that Spirit of glory and grace, Which beams on the soul and illumines the face. 4. O come in the power of Thy life giving Word, And reveal to each heart its Redeemer and Lord; Till faith bring the peace to the penitent giv’n, And love fill the air with the fragrance of Heav’n. 5. The pomp of Moriah has long passed away, And soon shall our frailer erection decay; But the souls that are builded in worship and love Shall be temples of God, everlasting above. Used With Tune: CRADLE SONG

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