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Wondrous Are Your Ways, O God

Author: Joel W. Lundeen, 1918-90; Claus A. Wendellm 1866-1950 Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Wondrous are your ways, o God! Topics: Confession and Absolution; Confession and Absolution Used With Tune: JESU KREUZ, LEIDEN UND PEIN

Jesu! Be Thy Suffering Love

Author: Sigismund von Birken; Arthur T. Russell Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 Jesu! Be Thy suffering love Now my meditation: Aid me from Thy throne above: Bless my contemplation. Now unto mine heart appear, As, for my salvation, Thou wast once a sufferer here— Thou our expiation! 2 Let my faith behold Thee, Lord, As for me surrounded With derision, with the sword Of revilers wounded: Lo! the scourge—the crown of thorn, Spear and nails all rend Thee! Lo! Thy cruel foes with scorn On the cross extend Thee! 3 Let me not in vain behold What Thou hast endurèd: Lord, the cause—the fruit unfold— Fruit Thy death procurèd: Lord, to Thee the cause I own, I and my transgression: Not Thy heathen foes alone Owe to Thee confession. 4 Let me still with sorrowing heart Be Thy griefs reviewing; Nor by sin new grief impart, All Thy wounds renewing. Therein shall I pleasure take— When for my transgression God did an atonement make Great beyond expression? Used With Tune: JESU KREUZ, LEIDEN UND PEIN Text Sources: Johann Saubert's Nürnbergisches Gesang Buch (Nurenberg, Germany: Gerhard & Göbel, 1676); Tr.: Psalms and Hymns (Cambridge, England: John Deigthon, 1851)

Jesus, I Will Ponder Now

Author: Sigmund von Birken, 1626-81; August Crull, 1845-1923 Meter: D Appears in 18 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Jesus, I will ponder now On your holy passion; With your Spirit me endow For such meditation. Grant that I in love and faith May the image cherish Of your suff'ring, pain, and death That I may not perish. 2 Make me see your great distress, Anguish, and affliction, Bonds and stripes and wretchedness And your crucifixion; Make me see how scourge and rod, Spear and nails did wound you, How for them you died, O God, Who with thorns had crowned you. 3 Yet, O Lord, not thus alone Make me see your passion, But its cause to me make known And its termination. Ah! I also and my sin Wrought your deep affliction; This indeed the cause has been Of your crucifixion. 4 If my sins give me alarm And my conscience grieve me, Let your cross my fear disarm; Peace of conscience give me. Help me see forgiveness won By your holy passion. If for me he slays his Son, God must have compassion! 5 Grant that I your passion view With repentant grieving. Let me not bring shame to you By unholy living. How could I refuse to shun Ev'ry sinful pleasure Since for me God's only Son Suffered without measure? 6 Graciously my faith renew; Help me bear my crosses, Learning humbleness from you, Peace mid pain and losses. May I give you love for love! Hear me, O my Savior, That I may in heav'n above Sing your praise forever. Topics: Lent; Lent Used With Tune: JESU KREUZ, LEIDEN UND PEIN

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