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Break Now the Bread of Life

Author: Mary Artemesia Lathbury; Alexander Groves, 1842-1909 Meter: 6.4.6.4 D Appears in 658 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9 Lyrics: 1 Break now the bread of life, dear Lord, to me, as once you broke the loaves beside the sea. Beyond the sacred page I seek you, Lord; my spirit waits for you, O living Word. 2 Bless your own word of truth, dear Lord, to me, as when you blessed the bread by Galilee. Then shall all bondage cease, all fetters fall; and I shall find my peace, my All in all! 3 You are the bread of life, dear Lord, to me, your holy word the truth that rescues me. Give me to eat and live with you above; teach me to love your truth, for you are love. 4 O send your Spirit now, dear Lord, to me, that he may touch my eyes and make me see. Show me the truth made plain within your Word, for in your book revealed I see you, Lord. Topics: Biblical Names & Places Galilee/Galilean; Bread of Life; Illumination; Word of God; Biblical Names & Places Galilee/Galilean; Bread of Life; Holy Spirit; Illumination; Peace; Word of God Used With Tune: BREAD OF LIFE
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How good, Lord, to be here!

Author: Joseph Armitage Robinson, 1858-1933 Meter: 6.6.8.6 Appears in 49 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:23-43 Lyrics: 1 How good, Lord, to be here! your glory fills the night; your face and garments, like the sun, shine with unborrowed light. 2 How good, Lord, to be here, your beauty to behold, where Moses and Elijah stand, your messengers of old. 3 Fulfiller of the past, promise of things to be: we hail your body glorified, and our redemption see. 4 Before we taste of death, we see your Kingdom come; we still would hold the vision bright, and make this hill our home. 5 How good, Lord, to be here! yet we may not remain; but since you bid us leave the mount come with us to the plain. Topics: Discipleship; Fulfilment; Glory of God; Jesus Christ Redeemer; Jesus Christ Transfiguration; Light; Patriarchs; Prophetic Witness; Redemption; Revelation; Saints Days and Holy Days Transfiguration; Vision Used With Tune: CARLISLE
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O Christ, the Healer, We Have Come

Author: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:42 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
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Christ, We Climb with You the Mountain

Author: Herman G. Stuempfle Jr Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:37 Topics: Church Year Transfiguration; Church Year Lent; Social Justice; Violence and Crime Used With Tune: IN BABILONE
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Hail, O Once-Despised Jesus

Author: John Bakewell Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 594 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9 Lyrics: 1 Hail, O once-despised Jesus! Hail, O Galilean King! You have suffered to release us, hope and joy and peace to bring. Hail, O agonizing Savior, bearer of our sin and shame; by your merits we find favor; life is given through your name. 2 Paschal Lamb, by God appointed, all our sins on you were laid; by almighty love anointed, you have full atonement made. All your people are forgiven through the virtue of your blood; opened is the gate of heaven; we are reconciled to God. 3 Jesus! Heavenly hosts adore you, seated at your Father's side. Crucified this world once saw you; now in glory you abide. There for sinners you are pleading, and our place you now prepare, ever for us interceding, till in glory we appear. 4 Worship, honor, power, and blessing you are worthy to receive; loudest praises, without ceasing, right it is for us to give. Help, O bright angelic spirits, all your noblest anthems raise; help to sing our Savior's merits, help to chant Immanuel's praise. Topics: Doxologies; Ascension & Reign of Christ; Biblical Names & Places Galilee/Galilean; Easter; Angels; Ascension & Reign of Christ; Atonement; Biblical Names & Places Galilee/Galilean; Doxologies; Easter; Lamb of God; Salvation Used With Tune: ARFON (Major)
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Where cross the crowded ways of life

Author: Frank Mason North, 1850-1935 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 343 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:38-43 Lyrics: 1 Where cross the crowded ways of life, where sound the cries of race and clan, above the noise of selfish strife, we hear thy voice, O Son of Man. 2 In haunts of wretchedness and need, on shadowed thresholds dark with fears, from paths where hide the lures of greed, we catch the vision of thy tears. 3 The cup of water given for thee still holds the freshness of thy grace; yet long these multitudes to see the strong compassion of thy face. 4 O Master, from the mountain-side make haste to heal these hearts of pain; among these restless throngs abide, O tread the city's streets again: 5 Till all shall come to learn thy love, and follow where thy feet have trod; till glorious from thy heaven above shall come the city of our God. Topics: Proper 8 Year A; The City Used With Tune: ST BARTHOLOMEW
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'Take up thy cross,' the Saviour said

Author: Charles William Everest, 1814-77 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 271 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:23-43 Lyrics: 1 'Take up your cross,' the Saviour said, 'if you would my disciple be; take up your cross with willing heart and humbly follow after me.' 2 Take up your cross; let not its weight fill your weak spirit with alarm; his strength shall bear your spirit up and brace your heart and nerve your arm. 3 Take up your cross, nor heed the shame, and let your foolish pride be still: your Lord refused not even to die upon a cross, on Calvary's hill. 4 Take up your cross, then, in his strength, and calmly every danger brave; it guides you to a better home and leads to victory o'er the grave. 5 Take up your cross and follow Christ, nor think till death to lay it down; for only they who bear the cross may hope to wear the glorious crown. Topics: Good Friday; Holy Week; Passion Sunday Used With Tune: O JESU CHRIST, MEINS LEBENS LICHT
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Christ upon the mountain peak

Author: Brian Arthur Wren, 1936- Appears in 38 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:23-43 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! 2 Trembling at his feet we saw Moses and Elijah speaking: all the Prophets and the Law shout through them their joyful greeting - 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! 4 This is God's belovèd Son; Law and Prophets sing before him, First and Last, and only One: let creation now adore him - Alleluia! Topics: Adoration and Praise; Jesus Christ Redeemer; Jesus Christ Transfiguration; Law of God; Prophetic Witness Used With Tune: FENITON
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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 9:28-39 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: Ash Wednesday; Lenten Season; Transfiguration (August 6); Fasting; Grace; Jesus Christ; Petition; Redemption Used With Tune: ERHALT UNS HERR
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Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness

Author: Rusty Edwards, 1955- Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 17 hymnals Scripture: Luke 9:42 Lyrics: 1 Praise the One who breaks the darkness with a liberating light. Praise the One who frees the prisoners, turning blindness into sight. Praise the One who preached the gospel, healing every dread disease, calming storms and feeding thousands with the very bread of peace. 2 Praise the One who blessed the children with a strong yet gentle word. Praise the One who drove out demons with a piercing two edged sword. Praise the one who brings cool water to the desert's burning sand. From this well comes living water quenching thirst in every land. 3 Praise the one true love incarnate: Christ who suffered in our place. Jesus died and rose for many that we may know God by grace. Let us sing for joy and gladness, seeing what our God has done. Praise the one redeeming glory; praise the One who makes us one. Used With Tune: NETTLETON

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