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'Till He come' - O let the words

Author: E. H. Bickersteth Meter: Appears in 251 hymnals Topics: The Church The Sacraments - The Lord's Supper Scripture: 1 Corinthians 11:26 Used With Tune: REYNOLDSTONE
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Holy Spirit, Lord of love

Author: W. D. Maclagan Appears in 35 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Holy Spirit, Lord of love, Thou who camest from above, Gifts of blessing to bestow On Thy waiting Church below; Once again in love draw near To Thy children waiting here. 2 From their bright baptismal day, Through their childhood's onward way, Thou hast been their constant Guide, Watching ever by their side; May they now till life shall end, Choose and know Thee as their Friend. 3 Give them light Thy truth to see, Give them life to live for Thee, Daily power to conquer sin, Patient faith the crown to win; Shield them from temptation's breath, Keep them faithful unto death. 4 When the holy vow is made, When the hands are on them laid, Come, in this most solemn hour, With Thy sevenfold gifts of power, Come, Thou blessed Spirit, come, Make each heart Thy happy home. Topics: The Church Confirmation Used With Tune: REYNOLDSTONE

Day of Wrath, O Dreadful Day!

Author: Thomas of Celano; Arthur P. Stanley Meter: Appears in 22 hymnals First Line: Day of wrath, O dreadful day Lyrics: 1. Day of wrath, O dreadful day! When this world shall pass away, And the heavens together roll, Shriveling like a parchèd scroll, Long foretold by saint and sage, David’s harp and sibyl’s page. 2. Day of terror, day of doom, When at last the Judge shall come! Through the deep and silent gloom, Shrouding every human tomb, Shall the archangel’s trumpet tone Summon all before the throne. 3. O just Judge, to whom belongs, Vengeance for all earthly wrongs, Grant forgiveness, Lord, at last, Ere the dread account be past; Lo, my sighs, my guilt, my shame! Spare me for Thine own great name. 4. Thou, who bad’st the sinner cease From her tears and go in peace, Thou, who to the dying thief Spakest pardon and relief, Thou, O Lord, to me hast given, E’en to me, the hope of Heaven. Used With Tune: REYNOLDSTONE Text Sources: Translation in Macmillan's Magazine, 1868

When Thy soldiers take their swords

Author: Frances Mary Owen, 1842-1883 Meter: Appears in 35 hymnals Topics: The Christian Life Discipleship and Consecration; The Church The Gospel Call; Hymns for the Young Discipleship and Consecration; The Church The Sacraments - Baptism Used With Tune: REYNOLDSTONE

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