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Alleluia, Alleluia

Appears in 253 hymnals First Line: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Topics: Service Music; Music for the Eucharist Gospel Acclamations Used With Tune: VICTORY

God Save Our Gracious Queen

Author: Author unkown; Robert Murray, 1832-1910 Meter: 6.6.4.6.6.6.4 Appears in 191 hymnals Topics: Canada; National Songs Scripture: Psalm 85:7-13 Used With Tune: NATIONAL ANTHEM
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Deck Yourself, My Soul, with Gladness

Author: Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878); Johann Franck (1618-1677) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 102 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Deck yourself, my soul, with gladness; leave the gloomy haunts of sadness. Come into the daylight's splendour, there with joy your praises render to the Lord whose grace unbounded has this royal banquet founded: though all other powers excelling, with my soul he makes his dwelling. 2 Lord, I bow before you lowly, filled with joy most deep and holy, as with trembling awe and wonder all your mighty works I ponder - how, by mystery surrounded, depth no-one has ever sounded, none may dare to pierce unbidden secrets that in you are hidden. 3 Shining sun, my life you brighten, radiance, you my soul enlighten; joy, the best of all our knowing, fountain, swiftly in me flowing: at your feet I kneel, my Maker - let me be a fit partaker of this sacred food from heaven, for our good, your glory, given. 4 Jesus, bread of life, I pray you, let me gladly here obey you; never to my hurt invited, always by your love delighted: from this banquet let me measure, Lord, how vast and deep its treasure; through the gifts your hands have given let me be your guest in heaven. Topics: Eucharist; Adoration; Bread; Eucharist Scripture: Psalm 65 Used With Tune: SCHMÜCKE DICH Text Sources: Rev. Hymns for Today's Church, 1982
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You Are Salt for the Earth

Author: Marty Haugen, 1950- Meter: Irregular with refrain Appears in 17 hymnals First Line: You are salt for the earth, O people Refrain First Line: Bring forth the kingdom of mercy Topics: Kingdom; Reign of Christ; Reign of Christ; Christian Life Scripture: Isaiah 42:1-9 Used With Tune: BRING FORTH THE KINGDOM
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Confitemini Domino

Author: Taize Community (France) Appears in 15 hymnals First Line: Confitemini Domino (Come and fill our hearts with your peace) Topics: Thanksgiving; Meditation; Meditation; Peace of God; Peace of God; Prayer; Prayer Scripture: Psalm 118:1 Used With Tune: CONFITEMINI
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Nearer, My God, to Thee

Author: Sarah Flower Adams, 1805-1848 Meter: 6.4.6.4.6.6.6.4 Appears in 2,179 hymnals Topics: Jacob; Pilgrimage; Trust Scripture: Genesis 28:10-22 Used With Tune: EXCELSIOR

Seek Ye First

Author: Karen Lafferty (1948-) Meter: Irregular with refrain Appears in 50 hymnals First Line: Seek ye first the kingdom of God Refrain First Line: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Topics: Call and Vocation; Kingdom Scripture: Deuteronomy 8:1-18 Used With Tune: SEEK YE FIRST
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Forty Days and Forty Nights

Author: George Hunt Smyttan (1822-1870) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Appears in 131 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Forty days and forty nights you were fasting in the wild; forty days and forty nights tempted, and yet undefiled: 2 burning heat throughout the day, bitter cold when light has fled, prowling beasts around your way, stones your pillow, earth your bed. 3 Shall not we your trials share, learn your discipline of will, and with you by fast and prayer wrestle with the powers of hell? 4 So if Satan, pressing hard, soul and body would destroy: Christ who conquered, be our guard; give to us the victor's joy. 5 Saviour, may we hear your voice -- keep us constant at your side; and with you we shall rejoice at the eternal Eastertide. Topics: Ash Wednesday; Lent (first Sunday); Lent (season) Scripture: Matthew 4:1-11 Used With Tune: HEINLEIN Text Sources: rev. Hymns for Today's Church
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Dying You Destroyed Our Death

Appears in 28 hymnals Topics: Service Music; Music for the Eucharist The Great Thanksgiving 3 Used With Tune: [Dying you destroyed our death]
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Behold! The mountain of the Lord

Meter: 8.6.8.6 Appears in 170 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Behold! the mountain of the Lord in latter days shall rise, on mountain-tops above the hills, and draw the wondering eyes. 2 The beam that shines from Zion's hill shall lighten every land; the King who reigns in Salem's towers shall all the world command. 3 Among the nations he shall judge; with judgements true shall guide; his sceptre shall protect the just, and quell the sinner's pride. 4 No strife shall rage, nor hostile feuds disturb those peaceful years; to ploughshares all shall beat their swords, to pruning-hooks their spears. 5 No longer hosts encountering hosts, shall crowds of slain deplore; they hang the trumpet in the hall, and study war no more. 6 Come then, O come, from every land to worship at God's shrine; and, walking in the radiant light, with holy beauties shine. Topics: Advent; Kingdom; Remembrance Day; Song of Peace Scripture: Isaiah 2:2-6 Used With Tune: BISHOPTHORPE Text Sources: Song of Peace; para. Scottish Paraphrases, 1781, alt.

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