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Come, Lord, and Tarry Not

Author: Horatius Bonar Meter: Appears in 140 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:21-22 Lyrics: 1 Come, Lord, and tarry not; Bring the long-looked-for day; O why these years of waiting here, These ages of delay? 2 Come, for Thy saints still wait; Daily ascends their sigh: The Spirit and the Bride say, "Come": Dost Thou not hear the cry? 3 Come, for creation groans, Impatient of Thy stay, Worn out with these long years of ill, These ages of delay. 4 Come, and make all things new; Build up this ruined earth; Restore our faded Paradise, Creation's second birth. 5 Come, and begin Thy reign Of everlasting peace; Come, take the Kingdom to Thyself, Great King of Righteousness. Amen. Topics: Christ Second Coming; Christ King; Jesus Christ His Coming in Glory Used With Tune: ST. BRIDE

Oh! what, if we are Christ's

Author: Sir H. W. Baker Meter: Appears in 127 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:18-34 Topics: The Christian Life Trust and Resignation Used With Tune: ST. MICHAEL

Jesus, Priceless Treasure

Author: Johann Franck; Catherine Winkworth Meter: Appears in 114 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8 Lyrics: 1 Jesus, priceless treasure, source of purest pleasure, friend to me so true, how my heart has panted and my soul has fainted, thirsting after you. Yours I am, O spotless Lamb, I will suffer nought to hide you, nought I ask beside you. 2 In your arms I rest me, foes who would molest me cannot reach me here. Though the earth be shaking, ev'ry heart be quaking, Jesus calms my fear. Sin and hell in conflict fell with their bitter storms assail me. Jesus will not fail me. 3 Hence, all thoughts of sadness For the Lord of gladness, Jesus, enters in. Those who love the Father, though the storms may gather, still have peace within; and, whatever I must bear, still in you lies purest pleasure, Jesus, priceless treasure! Topics: Trust and Guidance; Christ--Abiding with believers; Christ--All in all; Christ--Protection by; Peace, inner; Trust and Confidence Used With Tune: JESU, MEINE FREUDE

Komm, o komm, du Geist des Lebens

Appears in 112 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:26 Topics: Pfingstfest-Gesänge

Light's Abode, Celestial Salem

Author: Thomas à Kempis, 1379?-1471; John Mason Neale,. 1818-1866 Meter: Appears in 80 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:18-30 Topics: Funeral; Heaven; Trust Used With Tune: ALLELUIA, DULCE CARMEN

Children of the Heavenly Father

Author: Caroline V. Sandell Berg; Ernest W. Olson Meter: Appears in 79 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8 First Line: Children of the heav'nly Father Topics: Christian Education and Nurture; Baptism; Death of Believers; God--Goodness of; God--Protection by; Grief and sorrow Used With Tune: TRYGGARE KAN INGEN VARA


Author: Benjamin Beddome Meter: Appears in 77 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:26 First Line: Prayer is the breath of God in man Topics: Christ Intercession of; Prayer Nature of; Prayer Power of

O God of truth, whose living Word

Author: Thomas Hughes Meter: Appears in 63 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:22 Lyrics: 1 O God of truth, whose living Word Upholds whate'er hath breath, Look down on thy creation, Lord, Enslaved by sin and death, 2 Set up thy standard, Lord, that we Who claim a heav'nly birth, May march with thee to smite the lies That vex thy groaning earth. 3 Ah! would we join that blest array, And follow in the might Of him, the Faithful and the True, In raiment clean and white! 4 Then, God of truth for whom we long, Thou who wilt hear our pray'r, Do thine own battle in our hearts, And slay the falsehood there. Amen. Topics: Christian Life Conflict with Sin; Missions; Truth; Word of God Used With Tune: MIRFIELD

God, My Hope on You Is Founded

Author: Joachim Neander; Robert Seymour Bridges, 1844-1930 Meter: Appears in 62 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8:18-30 Topics: Hope; Praise of God; Trust Used With Tune: MICHAEL

Christ, the Life of All the Living

Author: Ernst Christoph Homburg; Catherine Winkworth Meter: Appears in 61 hymnals Scripture: Romans 8 Lyrics: 1 Christ, the life of all the living, Christ, the death of death, our foe; Christ, for us yourself once giving to the darkest depths of woe: through your suff'ring, death and merit, life eternal we inherit; thousand, thousand thanks are due, dearest Jesus, unto you. 2 You have suffered great affliction and have borne it patiently, even death by crucifixion: our atonement full and free. Lord, you chose to be tormented, that our doom should be prevented; thousand, thousand thanks are due, dearest Jesus, unto you. 3 Lord, for all that bought our pardon, for the sorrows deep and sore, for the anguish in the garden, we will thank you evermore, thank you for the groaning, sighing, for the vict'ry of your dying, for that last triumphant cry, praise you evermore on high. Topics: Lent; Christ--Atonement; Christ--Sacrifice of; Christ--Temptation of; Christian year--Lent Used With Tune: ZURICH


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