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'Tis Good, Lord, to Be Here

Author: Joseph A. Robinson, 1848-1933 Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 49 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 First Line: 'Tis good, Lord, to be here! Lyrics: 1 'Tis good, Lord, to be here! Thy glory fills the night; Thy face and garments, like the sun, Shine with unborrowed light. 2 'Tis good, Lord, to be here, Thy beauty to behold Where Moses and Elijah stand, Thy messengers of old. 3 Fulfiller of the past And hope of things to be, We hail Thy body glorified And our redemption see. 4 Before we taste of death, We see Thy kingdom come; We long to hold the vision bright And make this hill our home. 5 'Tis good, Lord, to be here! Yet we may not remain; But since Thou bidst us leave the mount, Come with us to the plain. Used With Tune: POTSDAM
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Christ, upon the Mountain Peak

Author: Brian Wren Meter: 7.8.7.8 R with alleluias Appears in 38 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 Lyrics: 1 Christ, upon the mountain peak, stands alone in glory blazing. Let us, if we dare to speak, with the saints and angels praise him. Alleluia, alleluia! 2 Trembling at his feet we saw Moses and Elijah speaking. All the prophets and the law shout through them their joyful greeting. Alleluia, alleluia! 3 Swift the cloud of glory came, God proclaiming in its thunder Jesus as his Son by name! Nations, cry aloud in wonder! Alleluia, alleluia! 4 This is God's beloved Son! Law and prophets fade before him; first and last and only One, let creation now adore him! Alleluia, alleluia! Topics: Biblical Names & Places Elijah; Biblical Names & Places Moses; Epiphany & Ministry of Christ; Alleluias; Biblical Names & Places Elijah; Biblical Names & Places Moses; Epiphany & Ministry of Christ; Light; Nation Used With Tune: TRANSFIGURATION
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O Wondrous Sight, O Vision Fair

Author: John Mason Neale Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 101 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-31 Lyrics: 1 O wondrous sight, O vision fair Of glory that the church shall share, Which Christ upon the mountain shows, Where brighter than the sun He glows! 2 From age to age the tale declare, How with the three disciples there, Where Moses and Elijah meet, The Lord holds converse high and sweet. 3 The law and prophets there have place, Two chosen witnesses of grace; The Father’s voice from out the cloud Proclaims His only Son aloud. 4 With shining face and bright array Christ deigns to manifest today What glory shall be theirs above Who joy in God with perfect love. 5 And faithful hearts are raised on high By this great vision’s mystery, For which in joyful strains we raise The voice of prayer, the hymn of praise. Used With Tune: DEO GRACIAS
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We Have Come at Christ's Own Bidding

Author: Carl P. Daw, Jr. Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 Lyrics: 1 We have come at Christ’s own bidding to this high and holy place, where we wait with hope and longing for some token of God’s grace. Here we pray for new assurance that our faith is not in vain, searching like those first disciples for a sign both clear and plain. 2 Light breaks through our clouds and shadows, splendor bathes the flesh-joined Word, Moses and Elijah marvel as the heavenly voice is heard. Eyes and hearts behold with wonder how the Law and Prophets meet: Christ with garments drenched in brightness, stands transfigured and complete. 3 Strengthened by this glimpse of glory, fearful lest our faith decline, we, like Peter, find it tempting to remain and build a shrine. But true worship gives us courage to proclaim what we profess, that our daily lives may prove us people of the God we bless. Topics: The Grace of Jesus Christ Christ's Life and Teaching Used With Tune: HYFRYDOL

Swiftly Pass the Clouds of Glory

Author: Thomas H. Troeger Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 6 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 Used With Tune: GENEVA

Shine, Jesus, Shine

Author: Graham Kendrick Meter: 9.9.10.10.3.3 with refrain Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 First Line: Lord, the light of your love is shining Topics: Transfiguration of Our Lord, The; Epiphany Used With Tune: SHINE, JESUS, SHINE
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The Glory of These Forty Days

Author: Gregory the Great, c. 540-604; Maurice F. Bell, 1862-1947 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 33 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:29-36 Lyrics: 1 The glory of these forty days We celebrate with songs of praise; For Christ, by whom all things were made, Himself has fasted and has prayed. 2 Alone and fasting Moses saw The loving God who gave the law; And to Elijah, fasting, came The steeds and chariots of flame. 3 So Daniel trained his mystic sight, Delivered from the lion's might; And John, the Bridegroom’s friend, became The herald of Messiah’s name. 4 Then grant that we like them be true, Consumed in fast and prayer with you; Our spirits strengthen with your grace, And give us joy to see your face. Topics: Seasons and Feasts Ash Wednesday; Fasting Used With Tune: OLD HUNDREDTH
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You,

Author: Sylvia G. Dunstan (1955-1993) Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Appears in 24 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:29 First Line: You, Lord, are both Lamb and Shepherd Refrain First Line: Topics: Life in Christ Christ Incarnate - Public Ministry; Jesus Names and images for; Jesus transfiguration Used With Tune: TRIUMPH

Open the Eyes of My Heart

Author: Paul Baloche, 1962- Appears in 17 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 First Line: Open the eyes of my heart, Lord Topics: God Holiness Used With Tune: [Open the eyes of my heart]

Transform Us

Author: Sylvia Dunstan, 1955-1993 Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7 Appears in 8 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:28-36 First Line: Transform us as you, transfigured Topics: Transfiguration of the Lord (August 6); Conversion; Discipleship; Mission; Mystery of God; Saints; Transcendence; Witness Used With Tune: PICARDY

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