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Scripture:mark 10:17-31
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Taking the Cross

Author: H. F. Lyte Appears in 1,176 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 First Line: Jesus, I my cross have taken Topics: Consecration and Fellowship Used With Tune: [Jesus, I my cross have taken]

All to Jesus I Surrender

Author: Judson W. VanDeVenter Meter: with refrain Appears in 287 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:28 Refrain First Line: I surrender all Lyrics: 1 All to Jesus I surrender, all to him I freely give; may I ever love and trust him, in his presence daily live. Refrain: I surrender all, I surrender all. All to thee, my blessed Savior, I surrender all. 2 All to Jesus I surrender, humbly at his feet I bow, worldly pleasures all forsaken, take me, Jesus, take me now. [Refrain] 3 All to Jesus I surrender, make me, Savior, wholly thine: may thy Holy Spirit fill me, may I know thy pow'r divine. [Refrain] 4 All to Jesus I surrender, Lord, I give myself to thee; fill me with thy love and power, let thy blessing fall on me. [Refrain] Topics: The Christian Life Obedience; Forsaking the World Used With Tune: SURRENDER

Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult

Author: Mrs. Cecil Frances Alexander (1823- ) Appears in 792 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 Topics: The Christian Life

Hymn 23 Part 2

Author: Isaac Watts Meter: Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 First Line: Must all the charms of nature, then Lyrics: Must all the charms of nature, then, So hopeless to salvation prove? Can hell demand, can heav'n condemn, The man whom Jesus deigns to love? The man who sought the ways of truth, Paid friends and neighbors all their due; A modest, sober, lovely youth, And thought he wanted nothing new. But mark the change; thus spake the Lord- "Come, part with earth for heav'n today:" The youth, astonished at the word, In silent sadness went his way. Poor virtues that he boasted so, This test unable to endure; Let Christ, and grace, and glory go, To make his land and money sure! Ah, foolish choice of treasures here! Ah, fatal love of tempting gold! Must this base world be bought so dear? Are life and heav'n so cheaply sold? In vain the charms of nature shine, If this vile passion govern me: Transform my soul, O love divine! And make me part with all for thee.

Rejoice in God's Saints

Author: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000 Meter: Appears in 17 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 First Line: Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days Lyrics: 1 Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days; a world without saints forgets how to praise. Their faith in acquiring the habit of prayer, their depth of adoring, Lord, help us to share. 2 Some march with events to turn them God's way; some need to withdraw, the better to pray; some carry the gospel through fire and through flood: our world is their parish; their purpose is God. 3 Rejoice in those saints, unpraised and unknown, who bear someone's cross or shoulder their own: they shame our complaining, our comforts, our cares: what patience in caring, what courage, is theirs! 4 Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days; a world without saints forgets how to praise. In loving, in living, they prove it is true: the way of self-giving, Lord, leads us to you. Used With Tune: HANOVER

What Tho' I Cannot Break My Chain

Author: Augustus Montague Toplady, 1740-1778 Meter: Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:26-27 Lyrics: 1 What tho' I cannot break my chain or e'er throw off my load, the things impossible to men are possible to God. 2 Who, who shall in thy presence stand, or match Omnipotence; unfold the grasp of thy right hand and pluck the sinner thence? 3 Faith to be healed I fain would have, O might it now be giv'n; thou canst, thou canst the sinner save, and make me meet for heav'n. 4 Bound down with twice ten thousand ties, yet let me hear thy call; my soul in confidence shall rise, shall rise and break through all. 5 Thou canst o'ercome this heart of mine, thou wilt victorious prove; for everlasting strength is thine, and everlasting love. Topics: The Way of Salvation Salvation by Grace; Calling; God Omnipotence of; Holy Spirit Efficacious Grace of; Man Depravity of Used With Tune: ARLINGTON

Not ashamed of Jesus

Author: Joseph Grigg ( —1763); Rev. Benjamin Francis (1734-1799) Meter: Appears in 1,166 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 First Line: Jesus, and shall it ever be Topics: Ashamed of Jesus; Christ Glorying in; Faith Confession of Used With Tune: FEDERAL STREET

Children of the Heavenly King

Author: John Cennick Meter: Appears in 1,071 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:28 First Line: Children of the heav'nly King Lyrics: 1 Children of the heav'nly King, As we journey let us sing; Sing our Savior's worthy praise, Glorious in His works and ways. 2 We are trav'ling home to God In the way our fathers trod; They are happy now,k and we Soon their happiness shall see. 3 Fear not, brethren, joyful stand On the borders of our land; Jesus Christ, our Father's Son, Bids us undismayed go on. 4 Lord, obediently we'll go, Gladly leaving all below: Only Thou our Leader be, And we still will follow Thee. Amen. Topics: Christ Guide; Pilgrimage, Christian; Praise of Christ Used With Tune: VIENNA

Must Jesus bear the cross alone

Author: Allen Meter: Appears in 1,061 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:21 Lyrics: 1 Must Jesus bear the cross alone, And all the world go free? No, there's a cross for every one, And there's a cross for me. 2 This consecrated cross I'll bear, Till death shall set me free; And then go home my crown to wear, For there's a crown for me. 3 Upon the crystal pavement, down At Jesus' pierced feet, Joyful, I'll cast my golden crown, And his dear name repeat. 4 And palms shall wave, and harps shall ring, Beneath heaven's arches high; The Lord that lives, the ransomed sing, That lives no more to die. 5 Oh, precious cross! oh, glorious crown! Oh, resurrection day! Ye angels, from the stars coming down, And bear my soul away. Topics: The Christian Life Courage and Triumph; Bearing the Cross

When Peace, Like a River

Author: Horatio G. Spafford, 1828-1888 Meter: with refrain Appears in 408 hymnals Scripture: Mark 10:29-30 First Line: When peace, like a river, attendeth my way Refrain First Line: It is well with my soul Topics: Forgiveness of Sins; Peace and Rest; Judgment, Final; Comfort, Christian; Cross of Christ Used With Tune: IT IS WELL


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