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O Christ, the Healer, We Have Come

Author: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000 Meter: Appears in 34 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:15 Lyrics: 1 O Christ, the healer, we have come to pray for health, to plead for friends. How can we fail to be restored when reached by love that never ends? 2 From every ailment flesh endures our bodies clamor to be freed: yet in our hearts we would confess that wholeness is our deepest need. 3 In conflicts that destroy our health we recognize the world's disease: our common life declares our ills. Is there no cure, O Christ, for these? 4 Grant that we all, made one in faith, in your community may find the wholeness that, enriching us, shall reach the whole of humankind. Used With Tune: CANONBURY

We Cannot Measure How You Heal

Author: John L. Bell (1949-) Meter: Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Topics: Healing Used With Tune: YE BANKS AND BRAES (CANDLER)

God of the Sparrow

Author: Jaroslav J. Vajda (1919-) Meter: Appears in 19 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Topics: Creation; Creation Used With Tune: ROEDER

I Thank You, Jesus

Author: Kenneth Morris, 1917-1988 Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:16 Refrain First Line: Oh, You brought me, yes Topics: God Love and Mercy; Jesus Christ His Love and Mercy Used With Tune: [I thank you Jesus]
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Where Are The Nine?

Author: P. P. B. Appears in 5 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:12-19 First Line: Wand'ring afar from the dwellings of men Used With Tune: [Wand'ring afar from the dwellings of men]

An Outcast among Outcasts

Author: Richard D. Leach Meter: D Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Topics: The Grace of Jesus Christ Christ's Life and Teaching Used With Tune: LLANGLOFFAN
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The Lepers with their sores oppress'd

Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Lyrics: 1 The Lepers with their sores oppress'd, With one accord our Lord address'd-- Their voices rais'd, and cried thus: Jesus, good master, pity us. 2 How soon are diff'rent minds agreed, When they alike feel what they need; The thankful and unthankful too, In such a case alike they do. 3 Their pray'rs alike iin one was join'd, Each hop'd a cure with Christ to find: And as they hop'd, and as they b'liev'd, They all were heart and each reliev'd. 4 Then all alike should thankful be, And with one heart and mind agree! To glorify their Lord alone, For such great mercies he had shown. 5 But how unthankful, vile and base, Is greatest part of human race: One only thankful out of ten, Which shews what evil dwells in men. 6 The Saviour's mercy thus forgot, And all his bounties set at nought-- Becomes a crime and horrid vice, Which God will ever more despise. 7 The worst of Leprosy is sin! Corrupts and marrs the soul within; Intolerable to endure, Which none but Christ himself can cure. 8 Those who by faith to him appli'd; They dare not say they were deni'd; Their pray'rs and cries were always heard, And all their soul's complaints were cur'd. 9 But O, when such forget their God, And the effects of Jesus' blood; They scandalize his holy word, Shame and disgrace is their reward. Topics: 14th Sunday after Trinity
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Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Meter: with refrain Appears in 831 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:13 Refrain First Line: Savior, Savior, hear my humble cry Lyrics: 1 Pass me not, O gentle Savior, Hear my humble cry; While on others Thou art calling, Do not pass me by. Refrain: Savior, Savior, hear my humble cry, While on others Thou art calling, Do not pass me by. 2 Let me at thy throne of mercy Find a sweet relief; Kneeling there in deep contrition, Help my unbelief. [Refrain] 3 Trusting only in Thy merit, Would I seek Thy face; Heal my wounded, broken spirit, Save me by Thy grace. [Refrain] 4 Thou the Spring of all my comfort, More than life to me, Whom have I on earth beside Thee? Whom in heaven but Thee? [Refrain] Amen. Used With Tune: PASS ME NOT

Kyrie - II (Lord, Have Mercy)

Appears in 159 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:13 First Line: Kyrie eleison. Kyrie eleison. (Lord, have mercy, Lord, have mercy) Lyrics: 1,3 Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison. Kyrie eleison. 2 Christe eleison, Christe eleison. Christe eleison. 1,3 Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. 2 Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Topics: Liturgical Music; Children's Songs; Kyrie Used With Tune: [Kyrie eleison] Text Sources: Traditional
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Thee Will I Love, My Strength, My Tower

Author: John Wesley (1703-1791); Johann Scheffler (1624-1677) Meter: Appears in 155 hymnals Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Lyrics: 1 Thee will I love, my strength, my tower; thee will I love, my joy, my crown; thee will I love with all my power, in all thy works, and thee alone: thee will I love, till sacred fire fill my whole soul with pure desire. 2 I thank thee, uncreated Sun, that thy bright beams on me have shined; I thank thee, who hast overthrown my foes, and healed my wounded mind; I thank thee, whose enlivening voice bids my freed heart in thee rejoice. 3 Uphold me in the doubtful race, nor suffer me again to stray; strengthen my feet, with steady pace still to press forward in thy way; that all my powers, with all their might, in thy sole glory may unite. 4 Thee will I love, my joy, my crown; thee will I love, my Lord, my God; thee will I love, beneath thy frown or smile -- thy sceptre or thy rod; what though my flesh and heart decay, thee shall I love in endless day. Topics: Call and Vocation; Discipleship Used With Tune: SURREY


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