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Scripture:Luke 10:16-20

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Is My Name Written There?

Author: Mrs. Mary A. Kidder Appears in 379 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 First Line: Lord, I care not for riches Refrain First Line: Is my name written there, On the page white and fair? Used With Tune: [Lord, I care not for riches]

I Know My Name Is There

Author: Daniel S. Warner Meter: with refrain Appears in 40 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 First Line: My name is in the book of Life Refrain First Line: I know, I know Lyrics: 1 My name is in the book of Life, Oh, bless the name of Jesus; I rise above all doubt and strife, And read my title clear. Refrain: I know, I know, My name is there; I know, I know, My name is written there. 2 My name once stood with sinners lost, And bore a painful record; But by His blood the Savior crossed, And placed it on His roll. [Refrain] 3 Yet inward trouble often cast, A shadow o’er my title; But now with full salvation blest, Praise God! it’s ever clear. [Refrain] 4 While others climb through worldly strife To carve a name of honor, High up in heaven’s book of Life, My name is written there. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [My name is in the book of Life] Text Sources: Timeless Truths (http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/I_Know_My_Name_Is_There); The Gospel Trumpet Company, Hymnal of the Church of God, 1953 (329); Faith Publishing House, Evening Light Songs, 1949, edited 1987 (87); The Gospel Trumpet C
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Join all the glorious names

Author: Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Meter: Appears in 323 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:19 Lyrics: 1 Join all the glorious names of wisdom, love, and power, that mortals ever knew, that angels ever bore: all are too mean to speak his worth, too mean to set my Saviour forth. 2 Great Prophet of my God, my tongue would bless your name; by you the joyful news of our salvation came: the joyful news of sins forgiven, of hell subdued, and peace with heaven. 3 Jesus, my great High Priest, offered his blood and died; my guilty conscience seeks no sacrifice beside: his powerful blood did once atone, and now it pleads before the throne. 4 My dear Almighty Lord, my Conqueror and my King, your sceptre and your sword, your reigning grace, I sing: yours is the power: behold I sit in willing service at your feet. 5 Now let my soul arise, and tread the tempter down: my Captain leads me forth to conquest and a crown: a feeble saint shall win the day, though death and hell obstruct the way. Topics: Life in Christ Christ Risen - Reign and Priesthood; Jesus Names and images for Used With Tune: CROFT'S 136th
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Author: Doddridge Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 First Line: No more, ye wise, your wisdom boast Topics: Christians Privileges

I Was Once A Sinner, But I Came

Author: C. Austin Miles Appears in 50 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 Refrain First Line: There's a new name written down in glory Topics: The Christian Life; Christian Conversion Repentance

Jesus Christ is waiting

Author: John L. Bell (b. 1949); Graham Maule (b. 1958) Meter: Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:17-22 Topics: Christ Incarnate Public Ministry; Our Response to Christ In Discipleship; City; Dance; Discipleship; Social Concern Used With Tune: NOEL NOUVELET
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Ich will dir abschied geben

Author: V. Herberger, 1562-1627 Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 Topics: Sterbelieder

Hay un nombre en la gloria

Author: C. Austin Miles; J. Arturo Savage Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:17-24 First Line: Una vez perdido vivía yo Refrain First Line: Hay un nombre escrito en la gloria Used With Tune: A NEW NAME IN GLORY
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Our Names in Heaven

Author: John H. Yates Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:20 First Line: Rejoice, rejoice, O child of light Lyrics: 1 Rejoice, rejoice, O child of light, Unknown to earthly fame; Far, far beyond these scenes of night Shines forth your humble name; By angel band, at God’s command, With joy ‘twas written down; On that blest day you sought the way To win a fadeless crown. 2 Rejoice, rejoice, ye homeless saints, Who own no mansion here; Forever cease your sad complaints, And dry each falling tear; Far, far away, in endless day, Where dwell the good and true, A mansion stands, not made with hands, All fitted up for you. 3 Rejoice, rejoice, ye weary ones, Who long with cares have striv’n, For brighter far than many suns Shines forth your name in heav’n; To that fair shore shall come no more The ills we suffer here; Those regions blest give perfect rest, And life without a tear. 4 Then let us cease to envy those Who gain earth’s pomp and pow’r; Their glory, like the fadeless rose, Is only for an hour; But we shall live where God doth give Eternal life and love; With the gate our dear ones wait, To welcome us above. Topics: Heaven Used With Tune: [Rejoice, rejoice, O child of light]

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!

Author: Reginald Heber, 1783-1826 Meter: Appears in 1,504 hymnals Scripture: Luke 10:18-24 Topics: The Nature and Mystery of God The Holy Trinity; Morning and Evening Used With Tune: NICAEA


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