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The Apostles' Creed

Appears in 50 hymnals First Line: [The Apostles' Creed] Topics: Creeds Scripture: John 1:6-9
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The Apostle's Creed

Author: Anonymous Meter: D Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: I believe in God the Father Lyrics: 1 I believe in God the Father, Maker of all heav'n and earth; and in Jesus Christ, our Savior, God's own Son, of matchless worth; by the Spirit was conceived, of the virgin Mary born, he in whom I have believed: God Almighty, Three in One. 2 Suffered under ... Topics: Service Music The Apostles' Creed Scripture: Romans 10:10 Used With Tune: MEAD HOUSE Text Sources: The Apostles' Creed, ca. 2nd cent. , 6th cent.
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Nicene Creed

Meter: Irregular Appears in 24 hymnals First Line: I believe in one God, the Father almighty Lyrics: I believe in one God, the Father almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible. And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all worlds; God of God, Light of Light, very God of ... Topics: Creeds; Creeds Used With Tune: DRAESEL Text Sources: Nicene Creed, 4th cent.


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[Christian, rise, and act thy creed]

Composer: W. H. Monk Appears in 377 hymnals Tune Key: D Major Incipit: 34517 65123 54323 Used With Text: Christian, Rise and Act Thy Creed
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[One thought I have, my ample creed]

Composer: J. B. Dykes Appears in 924 hymnals Incipit: 33323 47155 53225 Used With Text: The Thought of God
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Composer: John B. Dykes Appears in 249 hymnals Incipit: 11176 71223 56272 Used With Text: Christian! rise and act thy creed


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Christian, Rise and Act Thy Creed

Author: F. A. Russell Hymnal: Songs of Service. Rev. ed. #a53 (1948) First Line: Christian, rise, and act thy creed Languages: English Tune Title: [Christian, rise, and act thy creed]
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Christian, Rise and Act Thy Creed

Author: F. A. Russell Hymnal: Songs of Service #53 (1918) First Line: Christian, rise, and act thy creed Languages: English Tune Title: [Christian, rise, and act thy creed]
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Christian, Rise and Act Thy Creed

Author: F. A. Rollo Russell; Francis Albert Rollo Russell Hymnal: Songs for the Sunday School #93 (1921) First Line: Christian, rise, and act thy creed Languages: English Tune Title: [Christian, rise, and act thy creed]


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Graham Kendrick

b. 1950 Author of "Above the Clash of Creeds" in Scripture Song Database Graham Kendrick (b. England, August 2, 1950), the son of a Baptist minister in Northamptonshire, is one of the most prolific Christian singer-songwriters in the United Kingdom. He’s written music for over thirty years, and to date has released thirty-eight albums. He is best known for his songs “Shine, Jesus, Shine,” “Knowing You,” and “The Servant King.” Kendrick has received honorary doctorates in divinity from Brunel University and Wycliffe College. In 1987 he helped co-found the March for Jesus, which today is a global phenomenon in which Christians take their faith to the streets in a celebration of Christ. In 1995 Kendrick received a Dove Award for his international work, and he remains an active advocate for Compassion International, which is a Christian child sponsorship organization dedicated to the long-term development of children living in poverty around the world, and also is a contributor to CompassionArt, an organization with the aim of generating income from works of art to assist in the relief of suffering around the planet. Laura de Jong

Jennie Wilson

1857 - 1913 Author of "The better creed" Wilson, Jennie Bain. (d. 3 September 1913). Obituaries available in the DNAH Archives. =============================== Jennie Bain Wilson, 1857-1913 Born: 1857, on a Farm Near South Whitley, Indiana. Died: Cir­ca 1913. Afflicted with a spin­al con­di­tion at age four, Wil­son spent her life in a wheel chair. She ne­ver at­tend­ed school, but was ed­u­cat­ed at home. She is said to have writ­ten over 2,200 texts. © The Cyber Hymnal™ (

George Frideric Handel

1685 - 1759 Person Name: G. F. Handel Composer of "INNOCENTS" in The Abingdon Song Book George Frideric Handel (b. Halle, Germany, 1685; d. London, England, 1759) became a musician and composer despite objections from his father, who wanted him to become a lawyer. Handel studied music with Zachau, organist at the Halle Cathedral, and became an accomplished violinist and keyboard performer. He traveled and studied in Italy for some time and then settled permanently in England in 1713. Although he wrote a large number of instrumental works, he is known mainly for his Italian operas, oratorios (including Messiah, 1741), various anthems for church and royal festivities, and organ concertos, which he interpolated into his oratorio performances. He composed only three hymn tunes, one of which (GOPSAL) still appears in some modern hymnals. A number of hymnal editors, including Lowell Mason, took themes from some of Handel's oratorios and turned them into hymn tunes; ANTIOCH is one example, long associated with “Joy to the World.” Bert Polman


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The Psalms of David

Publication Date: 1767 Publisher: James Parker Publication Place: New York Editors: Francis Hopkinson; James Parker


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