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Stricken, smitten and afflicted

Author: Thomas Kelly Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #72a (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 "Stricken, smitten, and afflicted," See Him dying on the tree! 'Tis the Christ by man rejected; Yes, my soul, 'tis He! 'tis He! 'Tis the long expected Prophet, David's Son, yet David's Lord; Proofs I see sufficient of it: 'Tis the true and faithful Word. 2 Tell me, ye who hear Him groaning, Was there ever grief like His? Friends through fear His cause disowning, Foes insulting His distress: Many hands were raised to wound Him, None would interpose to save; But the deepest stroke that pierced Him Was the stroke that justice gave. 3 Ye who think of sin but lightly Nor suppose the evil great, Here may view its nature rightly, Here its guilt may estimate. Mark the sacrifice appointed! See who bears the awful load; 'Tis the Word, the Lord's Anointed, Son of Man and Son of God. 4 Here we have a firm foundation; Here the refuge of the lost; Christ's the rock of our salvation: His the name of which we boast: Lamb of God, for sinners wounded! Sacrifice to cancel guilt! None shall ever be confounded Who on Him their hope have built. Topics: The Church Year Passion Languages: English Tune Title: MANT
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Jesus, I my cross have taken

Author: Henry Francis Lyte Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #399 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Jesus, I my cross have taken, All to leave and follow Thee; Destitute, despised, forsaken, Thou, from hence, my All shalt be. Man may trouble and distress me, 'Twill but drive me to Thy breast; Life with trials hard may press me, Heaven will bring me sweeter rest. 2 Haste my soul from grace to glory, Armed by faith and winged by prayer, Heaven's eternal day's before thee, God's own hand shall guide thee there. Soon shall close thy earthly mission, Swift shall pass thy pilgrim days; Hope shall change to glad fruition, Faith to sight, and prayer to praise. Topics: First Sunday after Epiphany; Septuagesima; Second Sunday after Trinity; Fifth Sunday after Trinity; Twenty First Sunday after Trinity; Third Sunday after Easter; Sixth Sunday after Easter; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Christian Resolve and Holiness; Christian Life and Hope The Walk of Godliness: Christian Resolve and Holiness Languages: English Tune Title: MANT (Autumn)
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Blessed are the meek and contrite

Author: Rev. Henry Albert Becker Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #442 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Blessed are the meek and contrite, Who in Jesus fall asleep; Blessed where the saints forever Their untiring vigils keep; They are from their labors resting; God has wiped away their tears; They are dwelling in the kingdom, Free from all their sins and fears. 2 Blessed are they, saith the Spirit, They are free from toil and care; They the kingdom do inherit, That their Savior doth prepare; They are free from tribulation, And their robes are pure and white; They have safely crossed the river, And have reached the realms of light. 3 Blessed shall they be forever, Endless is their peaceful rest, And the works they have accomplished Of their Lord are richly blest: Blessed is the faithful witness They have borne unto their Lord, While they reap abounding harvests, Promised in His faithful Word. Topics: Christian Life and Hope The Consummation: Death and Burial; Christian Life and Hope The Consummation: Death and Burial Languages: English Tune Title: MANT (Autumn)
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What a Friend we have in Jesus

Author: Joseph Scriven Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #495a (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 What a Friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry Ev'rything to God in pray'r! O what peace we often forfeit, O what needless pain we bear, All because we do not carry Ev'rything to God in pray'r! 2 Have we trials and temptations? Is there trouble anywhere? We should never be discouraged: Take it to the Lord in prayer! Can we find a friend so faithful Who will all our sorrows share? Jesus knows our every weakness-- Take it to the Lord in prayer! 3 Are we weak and heavy laden, Cumbered with a load of care? Precious Savior, still our Refuge,-- Take it to the Lord in prayer! Do thy friends despise, forsake thee? Take it to the Lord in prayer! In His arms He'll take and shield you; Thou wilt find a solace there. Topics: The Catechism Prayer; Fifth Sunday after Easter; Eleventh Sunday after Trinity Languages: English Tune Title: MANT (Autumn)
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Heil dir, Jesu, einst verachtet!

Author: John Bakewell; W. R. Hymnal: Evangeliums-Lieder 1 und 2 (Gospel Hymns) #160 (1897) Hymnal Title: Evangeliums-Lieder 1 und 2 (Gospel Hymns) Languages: German Tune Title: [Heil dir, Jesu, einst verachtet!]
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Humbly Now, with Deep Contrition

Author: Ada Cambridge Hymnal: Gloria Deo #387 (1901) Hymnal Title: Gloria Deo Lyrics: 1 Humbly now, with deep contrition, We Thy mercy, Lord, entreat, Now, as mourning, weeping, kneeling, WE bow down before Thy feet; Father, in the day of anguish, And of darkness, and of shame, Cling we to that precious promise Make to us in Jesus name. 2 For His sake, our great Redeemer, Thro’ His death of wondrous love, Dare we to approach the footstool Of Thy mighty throne above; Aye, thro’ Him who bore the sorrow, Bore in want, in woe, and strife, This same weight of human weakness, This same weary human life. 3 Thro’ His Name, and by His merits, Whom we worship and adore, For His blessed sake, we pray Thee, Hear us, spare us evermore. By His hour of mortal weakness, Give Thine erring children strength, That they bear the burden bravely, That they win the crown at length. Tune Title: AUTUMN
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Humbly Now, With Deep Contrition

Author: Ada Cambridge Hymnal: Gloria Deo #639 (1901) Hymnal Title: Gloria Deo Topics: Repentance Tune Title: AUTUMN
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Autumn

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: Gospel Melodies #75 (1918) Hymnal Title: Gospel Melodies First Line: Lo, He comes, with clouds descending Topics: The Christ Second Coming Languages: English Tune Title: [Lo, He comes, with clouds descending]
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Come, Thou Fount of every blessing

Author: R. Robinson Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #129 (1885) Hymnal Title: Gospel Praise Book. Topics: Opening Service; Praise Languages: English Tune Title: AUTUMN

Hail, Thou Once-Despised Jesus!

Author: John Bakewell, 1721-1819 Hymnal: Great Hymns of the Faith #145 (1968) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Hymnal Title: Great Hymns of the Faith Topics: Jesus Our Savior His Ascension and Reign; Adoration; Atonement; Jesus Our Savior Ascension and Reign; Jesus Our Savior Suffering and Death Tune Title: AUTUMN

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