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O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing

Author: Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 1,548 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:24-37 Lyrics: 1 O for a thousand tongues to sing my great Redeemer's praise, the glories of my God and King, the triumphs of his grace. 2 Jesus! the name that charms our fears and bids our sorrows cease; 'tis music in the sinner's ears, 'tis life, and health, and peace. 3 He speaks; and, listening to his voice, new life the dead receive; the mournful, broken hearts rejoice, the humble poor believe. 4 Hear him, ye deaf, ye voiceless ones, your loosened tongues employ; ye blind, behold your Saviour come, and leap, ye lame, for joy! 5 My gracious Master and my God, assist me to proclaim, to spread through all the earth abroad the honours of thy name. Topics: Healing; Jesus, Name of; Praise of God; Name of Jesus Used With Tune: RICHMOND
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O Christ, the Healer

Author: Fred Pratt Green (1903-) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 31 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:24-37 First Line: O Christ, the healer, we have come 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 clamour to be freed; yet in our hearts we would confess that wholeness is our deepest need. 3 How strong, O Lord, are our desires, how weak our knowledge of ourselves! Release in us those healing truths unconscious pride resists or shelves. 4 In conflicts that destroy our health we diagnose the world's disease; our common life declares our ills: is there no cure, O Christ, for these? 5 Grant that we all, made one in faith, in your community may find the wholeness that, enriching us, shall reach the whole of humankind. Topics: Healing Used With Tune: ANGELUS

O Son of God, in Galilee

Author: Anna Hoppe, 1889-1941 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 7 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:31-37 Topics: Bible Narratives; Healing in Affliction Used With Tune: LEWIS-TOWN
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All things bright and beautiful

Author: Cecil Frances Alexander, 1818-1895 Meter: 7.6.7.6 with refrain Appears in 249 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:37 First Line: Each little flower that opens Lyrics: Refrain: All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all. 1 Each little flow'r that opens, each little bird that sings, he made their glowing colours, he made their tiny wings. [Refrain] 2 The purple-headed mountain, the river running by, the sunset and the morning that brightens up the sky. [Refrain] 3 The cold wind in the winter, the pleasant summer sun, the ripe fruits in the garden, he made them every one. [Refrain] 4 The tall trees in the greenwood, the meadows for our play, the rushes by the water, to gather ev'ry day. [Refrain] s He gave us eyes to see them, and lips that we might tell how great is God Almighty, who has made all things well. [Refrain] Topics: Year B Proper 18; Year B Proper 19; The Wholeness of Creation Used With Tune: ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
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Through the love of God our Saviour

Author: Mary Peters (1813-1856) Meter: 8.4.8.4.8.8.8.4 Appears in 166 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:37 Lyrics: 1 Through the love of God our Saviour, all will be well. Free and changeless is his favour, all, all is well. Precious is the blood that healed us, perfect is the grace that sealed us, strong the hand stretched forth to shield us, all must be well. 2 Though we pass through tribulation, all will be well. Ours is such a full salvation, all, all is well. Happy, still in God confiding, fruitful, if in Christ abiding, holy, through the Spirit’s guiding, all must be well. 3 We expect a bright tomorrow, all will be well. Faith can sing through days of sorrow, 'All, all is well.' On our Father’s love relying, Jesus every need supplying, in our living, in our dying, all must be well. Topics: Life in Christ Our Response to Christ - In Devotion; Encouragement; God Love of; Trust Used With Tune: AR HYD Y NOS
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We Cannot Measure How You Heal

Author: John L. Bell (1949-) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 25 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:24-37 Topics: Healing Used With Tune: YE BANKS AND BRAES (CANDLER)
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Der Herr hat alles wohl gemacht

Author: H. Müller, 1631-1675 Appears in 22 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:37 Topics: Erhaltung und Regierung
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Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness

Author: Rusty Edwards (1955-) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Appears in 14 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:24-37 Lyrics: 1 Praise the one who break 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. Topics: Praise of God; Jesus' Life and Ministry; Healing; Epiphany (season); Water Used With Tune: NETTLETON
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A Wretched man, both dumb and deaf

Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 3 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:31-37 Lyrics: 1 A Wretched man, both dumb and deaf, Brought to our Lord to get relief; Was made to know the Saviour's pow'r, When he receiv'd immediate cure. 2 The Saviour us'd but simple means, Such as the haughty world disdains; When he first took him from the throng, To make him hear and loose his tongue. 3 The cure the Saviour on him wrought, Was not as carnal reason taught; To cure this man the Saviour made, No boast or shew, or great parade. 4 His Ephphatha, his sigh and look, Through all the pow'rs of darkness broke; It burst, and loosed Satan's chain, The man could hear and speak again. 5 Are we not also deaf and dumb, And wretched creatures from the womb; We cannot speak the Saviour's praise, Until we feel his work of grace. 6 When we are taken from the crowd, And with his light and grace endow'd; Then by experience we shall know, Jesus, that great Physician too. 7 Then of his wonders we can tell, And testify that all is well; The pow'r of Jesus does appear, The dumb they speak, the deaf they hear. Topics: Twelfth Sunday after Trinity
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Are You the One

Author: Mary Nelson Keithahn Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Appears in 2 hymnals Scripture: Mark 7:31-37 First Line: "Are you the one," they asked him Lyrics: "Are you the one,"they asked him,"the one who is to come?or must we go on waitingfor God's own promised one?"He gave John's friends an answer,so simple, yet profound."See for yourself," said Jesus,"the signs are all around."A lame man's bed is empty,he danced with joy today;a beggar's cup unneeded,for he can see his way;the leper's bell discarded,no longer cause for fear;an ear long tuned to silencenow suddenly can hear!"No sackcloth now or ashes,the sinner's been redeemed;and into mourners' tear cupsforgiving love has streamed.An unused tomb goes begging,a widow sings her praise,a precious son is living,and wondrous are God's ways!"Tell John what you have witnessed;go tell him what you've heard:The sick and poor in spiritaccept God's living Word.And blest are those who love me,who doubt and yet believe,who hope and wait, expectingLove's blessings to receive." Topics: John the Baptist Question for Jesus; Jesus Reply to John's disciples; Women in the Bible Widow of Nain Used With Tune: SENT BY JOHN Text Sources: Time Now to Gather

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