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Scripture:mark 4:26-34
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Come, You Thankful People, Come

Author: Henry AlfordMeter: DAppears in 617 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:28Lyrics: 1 Come, you thankful people, come, raise the song of harvest home; all is safely gathered in ere the winter storms begin; God, our Maker, does provide for our needs to be supplied; come, with all his people come, raise the song of harvest home. 2 All the world is God's own field, fruit unto his praise to yield; wheat and weeds together sown, unto joy or sorrow grown: first the blade and then the ear, then the full corn shall appear; Lord of harvest, grant that we wholesome grain and pure may be. 3 For the Lord our God shall come and shall take his harvest home; he himself in that great day all offense shall take away, give his angels charge at last in the fire the weeds to cast, but the fruitful ears to store in his garner evermore. 4 Even so, Lord, quickly come to your final harvest home; gather all your people in, free from sorrow, free from sin there, forever purified, in your presence to abide; come, with all your angels come, raise the glorious harvest home. Topics: Return of Christ; New Creation; Missions; Harvest; Angels; Church and Mission; Songs for Children Hymns; Return of Christ; Thanksgiving & GratitudeUsed With Tune: ST. GEORGE'S WINDSOR

For the fruits of all creation

Author: Frederick Pratt Green, 1903-Meter: in 52 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:23-29Topics: Compassion; Creation; Daily Work; Harvest; Ministry of God's People; Providence; Service; ThanksgivingUsed With Tune: AR HYD Y NOS

Now the Green Blade Rises

Author: J. M. C. Crum, 1872-1958Meter: in 44 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:28First Line: Now the green blade rises from the buried grainUsed With Tune: NOËL NOUVELET

The Kingdom of God

Author: Bryn A. Rees, b. 1911Meter: in 17 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:26-34First Line: The Kingdom of God is justice and joyTopics: ParablesUsed With Tune: LAUDATE DOMINUM

God the sculptor of the mountains

Author: John Thornburg (b. 1954)Meter: in 10 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:26-29Topics: Hymns and Spiritual Songs Threefold God: GodUsed With Tune: SANDRIA

The Reign of God

Author: Delores Dufner, OSB, b.1939Meter: in 6 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:26-34First Line: The reign of God, like farmer's fieldTopics: Faith; Seeking; Reign of God, Kingdom; Presence of God; Perseverance; Parables; Judgment; Jesus Christ; Harvest; WelcomeUsed With Tune: McKEE

Jesus, Savior, pilot me

Author: Edward Hopper, 1818-1888Appears in 1,015 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:30-31Topics: Death; Guidance; The Sea; Living the Saintly Life GuidanceUsed With Tune: PILOT

Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain

Author: J. M. Neale; St. John of DamascusMeter: DAppears in 342 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:28Lyrics: 1 Come, ye faithful, raise the strain of triumphant gladness; God hath brought his Israel into joy from sadness: loosed from Pharoah's bitter yoke Jacob's sons and daughters led them with unmoistened foot through the Red Sea waters. 2 'Tis the spring of souls today: Christ hath burst his prison, and from three days' sleep in death as a sun hath risen. All the winter of our sins, long and dark, is flying from his light, to whom we give laud and praise undying. 3 Now the queen of seasons, bright with the day of splendor, with the royal feast of feasts, comes its joy to render; comes to glad Jerusalem, who with true affection welcomes in unwearied strains Jesus' resurrection. 4 Neither might the gates of death, nor the tomb's dark portal, nor the watchers, nor the seal hold thee as a mortal: but today amidst thine own thou didst stand, bestowing thine own peace which evermore passeth human knowing. Used With Tune: AVE VIRGOText Sources: Greek hymn

The Kingdom of Our God Is Like

Author: Christopher L. WebberMeter: in 2 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:30-32Topics: God Nature of; Jesus Christ Teaching ofUsed With Tune: DOVE OF PEACE

God Moves in a Mysterious Way

Author: William Cowper, 1731-1800Meter: in 1,018 hymnalsScripture: Mark 4:26-34Topics: TrustUsed With Tune: LONDON NEW