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All Glory, Laud, and Honor

Author: Theodulph of Orleans ; John Mason Neale Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Appears in 505 hymnals First Line: Thou art the King of Israel Lyrics: Refrain: All glory, laud and honor To Thee, Redeemer, King! To whom the lips of children Made sweet hosannas ring. 1 Thou art the King of Israel, Thou David’s royal Son, Who in the Lord’s name comest, The King and blessèd One. (Refrain) 2 The people of the ... Topics: Jesus Christ Triumphant Scripture: Matthew 21:8-11 Used With Tune: VALET WILL ICH DIR GEBEN
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O Worship the King

Author: Sir Robert Grant Appears in 1,031 hymnals First Line: O worship the King, all glorious above Used With Tune: [O worship the King, all glorious above]
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I'm a child of the King

Author: Hattie E. Buell Appears in 335 hymnals First Line: My Father is rich in houses and lands Topics: Evangelistic Services Used With Tune: THE CHILD OF A KING

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TERRA BEATA

Composer: Franklin L. Sheppard, 1852-1930; Stanley Oliver, 1892-1964 Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Appears in 154 hymnals Tune Sources: English Tune Key: D Major Incipit: 12353 21234 65326 Used With Text: O Christ, Who Called the Twelve
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SINE NOMINE

Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958 Meter: 10.10.10.4 Appears in 173 hymnals Tune Key: G Major Incipit: 53215 61253 32177 Used With Text: For all the saints
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DUKE STREET

Composer: John Hatton, c. 1710-1793 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 703 hymnals Tune Key: C Major Incipit: 13456 71765 55565 Used With Text: Jesus Shall Reign

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O Christ the King, Anointed

Author: Richard C. Dickinson Hymnal: This Far By Faith #294 (1999) Lyrics: O Christ the king, anointed, by God ... Topics: Christ the King/Reign of Christ Scripture: Isaiah 61:1 Languages: English Tune Title: [O Christ the king, anointed]

The Children of Jerusalem

Hymnal: Glory and Praise (3rd. ed.) #282 (2015) First Line: The children of Jerusalem they welcomed Christ the King Refrain First Line: Hosanna! Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest! Lyrics: they welcomed Christ the King; they all went out ... Topics: The Liturgical Year Palm Sunday of teh Passion of the Lord Languages: English Tune Title: [The children of Jerusalem they welcomed Christ the King]
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Proclaim the Glad News

Author: Haldor Lillenas Hymnal: Alexander's Hymns No. 4 #190 (1921) First Line: Break forth and sing, of Christ the King Refrain First Line: Proclaim the glad news of salvation Lyrics: ... forth and sing, of Christ the King, The Prince of Peace, and ... Christ hath done; Proclaim the glad tidings to all the world. Refrain: Proclaim the ... tell them the wonderful story Of Jesus the Monarch of ... all the world. 2 Send forth the light into the night ... Topics: Christian Service and Soul Winning; Missionary; Mothers Tune Title: [Break forth and sing, of Christ the King]

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Francis Scott Key

1779 - 1843 Composer of "[Oh, say can you see, by the dawn's early light]" in The New Make Christ King Key, Francis Scott, was born in Frederick County, Maryland, 1779, and educated at St. John's College, Annapolis. He practised as a lawyer in Washington, District of Columbia, and was the United States District Attorney there till his death on Jan. 11, 1843. His poetical pieces, which were printed in various works, were collected and published in New York as Poems in 1857. His hymns in common use include:— 1. Before the lord we bow. National Thanksgiving. This Thanksgiving hymn for the 4th July was published in 1832, and was probably written for the celebration of that year. It is in use in Great Britain and America. 2. If life's pleasures charm [cheer] thee. The heart for God only. Appeared in The Christian Lyre, 1830. 3. Faith is the Christian's evidence. Faith. 4. Lord, with glowing heart I'll praise Thee. Praise for Pardon and Peace. Published in Dr. Mühlenberg's Church Poetry, 1823, the Prayer Book Collection, 1826, &c.; and altered as "Lord, with fervor I would praise Thee," in the Unitarian Hymns for the Church of Christ, Boston, 1853. In the Oberlin, Ohio, Manual of Praise, 1880, it begins with st. ii., "Praise, my soul, the God that sought thee." Of these hymns Nos. 1, 2, and 4 are in the Lyra Sacra Americana, 1868, together with the following:— 5. Behold the grant the King of kings. All things in Christ. 6. My God, my Father, may I dare. God, the Father. 7. When troubles, wave on wave, assail'd. Efficacy of Prayer. F. S. Key was also the author of "The Star Spangled Banner" (1814). For original text of his pieces see the Poems, 1857. [Rev. F. M. Bird, M.A.] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Graham Kendrick

b. 1950 Person Name: Graham Andrew Kendrick, b. 1950 Author of "" in The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook Graham Kendrick

Civilla D. Martin

1866 - 1948 Person Name: Mrs. C. D. Martin Author of "Called by the King" in The Old Story in Song Number Two Martin, Civilla Durfee (Jordan Falls, Nova Scotia, August 21, 1866--March 9, 1948, Atlanta, Georgia). Daughter of James N. and Irene (Harding) Holden. She married Rev. John F. Geddes, Congregational minister of Coventryvilee, N.Y. at Jordan Falls Methodist Church, Shelbourne Co., Nova Scotia, on May 19, 1891. There is thus far no information about their marriage and its end. After several years of teaching school, she married Walter Stillman Martin, a Baptist minister, and traveled with him in evangelistic work. However, because of frail health, she was compelled to remain home much of the time. In 1916, they became members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). They had one son, A.G. Martin. In her writing, she used only her initials, "C.D." rather than her full name of that of her composer-husband. She is reputed to have written several hundred hymns and religious songs. Her first one, "God Will Take Care of You," written in 1904 became world-famous. Her husband wrote the music for this and many of her other hymns. "His Eye is on the Sparrow" written in 1906 and set to music by Charles H. Gabriel, has also received wide acclaim. In addition to the above, "Like As A Father," "A Welcome for Me," and "The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power" are among her better-known hymns. Her husband and collaborator, W.S. Martin (1862-1935) preceded her in death. For the last 29 years of her life, she made her home in Atlanta, Georgia, where she was a member of the First Christian Church. Her funeral was held on March 10, 1948 at Spring Hill and the interment was in the West View Cemetery in Atlanta. --Carlton C. Buck, DNAH Archives and email from Rev. Lester M. Settle (Glenholme, Nova Scotia) to Mary Louise VanDyke 18 September 2008, DNAH Archives.

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Make Christ King

Publication Date: 1916 Publisher: The Glad Tidings Co. Publication Place: Chicago, Ill. Editors: E. O. Excell; The Glad Tidings Co.
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The King of Kings

Publication Date: 1915 Publisher: Hackleman Music Co. Publication Place: Indianapolis, Ind. Editors: Hackleman
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The New Make Christ King

Publication Date: 1914 Publisher: Glad Tidings Publishing Company Publication Place: Chicago, Ill. Editors: E. O. Excell; Glad Tidings Publishing Company; Rev. W. E. Biederwolf; Rev. Milford H. Lyon; Rev. Henry W. Stough



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