Paul Gerhardt's Spiritual Songs

PAUL GERHARDT’S SPIRITUAL SONGS

LONDON:

PRINTED BY W. CLOWES AND SONS, STAMFORD STREET AND CHARING CROSS.

PAUL GERHARDT’S SPIRITUAL SONGS

TRANSLATED BY JOHN KELLY

ALEXANDER STRAHAN, PUBLISHER
56, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON
1867

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1Scarce tongue can speak, ne'er human kenText
2Why without, then, art Thou stayingText
3Say with what salutationsText
4Behold! behold! what wonder's here!Text
5Now with joy my heart is boundingText
6Come, and Christ the Lord be praisingText
7Thy manger isText
8Now at the manger here I standText
9Immanuel! to Thee we singText
10Why should they such pain e'er give TheeText
11In pray'r your voices raise yeText
12A Lamb bears all its guilt awayText
13See, world! thy Life assail├ĘdText
14Oh! bleeding head, and woundedText
15My heart! the seven words hear nowText
16Up! up! my heart with gladnessText
17Be joyful all, both far and nearText
18O Father! send Thy Spirit downText
19Let not such a thought e'er pain theeText
20For Thee, Lord, pants my longing heartText
21Lord, lend a gracious earText
22O God! from Thee doth wisdom flowText
23My God! my works and all I doText
24Twofold, Father! is my pray'rText
25Creator, Father, Prince of might!Text
26Jesus! Thou, my dearest BrotherText
27O God, my Father! thanks to TheeText
28O Jesus Christ! my fairest LightText
29Bless'd is he who never takethText
30Bless'd is he the Lord who lovethText
31Lord! to Thee alone I raiseText
32Lord, Thou my heart dost search and tryText
33Full often as I meditateText
34Thou art but man, to thee 'tis knownText
35O my soul, why dost thou grieveText
36Ah! lovely innocence, how evil art thou deem'dText
37I have deserv'd it, cease t' opposeText
38Ah! faithful God, compass'nate heartText
39Father of mercies! God most highText
40'Tis patience must support youText
41What pleaseth God, my faithful childText
42Look up to thy God againText
43Be thou contented! aye relyingText
44Is God for me? t'oppose meText
45Why should sorrow ever grieve me?Text
46I into God's own heart and mindText
47Commit whatever grieves theeText
48Thou must not altogether beText
49How long, Lord, in forgetfulnessText
50In grateful songs your voices raiseText
51Shall I not my God be praisingText
52How heavy is the burden madeText
53Praise God! for forth hath soundedText
54O Lord! I sing with mouth and heartText
55How can it be, my highest Light!Text
56After clouds we see the sunText
57The Lord, the earth who rulethText
58The golden morningText
59Awake, my heart! be singingText
60Praise ye JehovahText
61The daylight disappearethText
62Now spread are evening's shadowsText
63Go forth, my heart, and seek delightText
64O God! who dost Heav'n's sceptre wieldText
65Now gone is all the rainText
66Full of wonder, full of artText
67Oh, Jesus Christ! how bright and fairText
68Lord God! Thou art for evermoreText
69A rest here have I neverText
70My face, why should'st thou troubled beText
71Be glad, my heart! now fear no moreText
72Mine art thou still, and mine shalt beText
73On thy bier how calm thou'rt sleepingText
74The time is very nearText
75By John was seen a wondrous sightText
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