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Return, O Wanderer, Return

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #280Meter: 8.8.8.8Hymnal Number: 280First Line: Return, O wanderer, return Lyrics: 1 Return, O wanderer, return, And seek an injured Father's face; Those warm desires that in thee burn Were kindled by reclaiming grace. 2 Return, O wanderer, return And seek a Father's melting heart; His pitying eyes thy grief discern, His hand can heal thy inward smart. 3 Return, O wanderer, return; Thy Savior bids thy spirit live. Go to His bleeding feet and learn How freely Jesus can forgive. 4 Return, O wanderer, return And wipe away the falling tear; 'Tis God who says, "No longer mourn;" 'Tis Mercy's voice invites thee near. Amen.Topics: InvitationScripture: Luke 15:18Languages: English
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Where Wilt Thou Go Since Night Draws Near

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #197Meter: 8.8.8.8Hymnal Number: 197First Line: Where wilt Thou go, since night draws nearLyrics: 1 Where wilt Thou go since night draws near, O Jesus Christ, Thou Pilgrim dear? Lord, make me happy, be my Guest, And in my heart, oh, deign to rest. 2 Grant my request, O dearest Friend, For truly I the best intend; Thou knowest that Thou ever art A welcome Guest unto my heart. 3 The day is now far spent and gone, The shades of night come quickly on; Abide with me, Thou heav'nly Light, And do not leave me in this night. 4 Enlighten me that from the way That leads to heaven I may not stray, That I may never be misled, Though night of sin is round me spread. 5 And when I on my death-bed lie, Help me that I in peace may die. Abide! I will not let Thee go. Thou wilt not leave me, Lord, I know. Amen.Topics: The Church Year EasterScripture: Luke 24:29Languages: German; English
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Lord Jesus Christ, with Us Abide

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #292Meter: 8.8.8.8Hymnal Number: 292First Line: Lord Jesus Christ, with us abideLyrics: 1 Lord Jesus Christ, with us abide, For round us falls the eventide; Nor let Thy Word, that heav'nly light, For us be ever veiled in night. 2 In these last days of sore distress Grant us, dear Lord, true steadfastness That pure we keep, till life is spent, Thy holy Word and Sacrament. 3 Lord Jesus, help, Thy Church uphold, For we are sluggish, thoughtless, cold. Oh, prosper well Thy Word of grace And spread its truth in ev'ry place! 4 Oh, keep us in Thy Word, we pray; The guile and rage of Satan stay! Oh, may Thy mercy never cease! Give concord, patience, courage, peace. 5 O God, how sin's dread works abound! Throughout the earth no rest is found, And falsehood's spirit wide has spread, And error boldly rears its head. 6 The haughty spirits, Lord, restrain Who o'er Thy Church with might would reign And always set forth something new, Devised to change Thy doctrine true. 7 And since the cause and glory, Lord, Are Thine, not ours, to us afford Thy help and strength and constancy. With all our heart we trust in Thee. 8 A trusty weapon is Thy Word, Thy Church's buckler, shield, and sword. Oh, let us in its power confide That we may seek no other guide! 9 Oh, grant that in Thy holy Word We here may live and die, dear Lord; And when our journey endeth here, Receive us into glory there. Amen.Topics: The Word Law and GospelScripture: Luke 24:29Languages: German; English
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Draw Us to Thee

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #215Meter: 4.4.7.4.4.7Hymnal Number: 215First Line: Draw us to TheeLyrics: 1 Draw us to Thee, For then shall we Walk in Thy steps forever And hasten on Where Thou art gone To be with Thee, dear Savior. 2 Draw us to Thee, Lord, lovingly; Let us depart with gladness That we may be Forever free From sorrow, grief, and sadness. 3 Draw us to Thee; O grant that we May walk the road to heaven! Direct our way Lest we should stray And from Thy paths be driven. 4 Draw us to Thee That also we Thy heavenly bliss inherit And ever dwell Where sin and hell No more can vex our spirit. 5 Draw us to Thee Unceasingly, Into Thy kingdom take us; Let us fore'er Thy glory share, Thy saints and joint heirs make us. Amen. Topics: The Church Year AscensionScripture: Song of Solomon 1:4Languages: German; English
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Alas, My God, My Sins Are Great

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #317Meter: 4.4.7.4.4.7Hymnal Number: 317First Line: Alas, my God, my sins are greatLyrics: 1 Alas, my God, my sins are great, My conscience doth upbraid me; And now I find that at my strait No man hath pow'r to aid me. 2 And fled I hence in my despair In some lone spot to hide me, My griefs would still be with me there And peace still be denied me. 3 Lord, Thee I seek, I merit naught; Yet pity and restore me. Just God, be not; Thy wrath my lot; Thy Son hath suffered for me. 4 If pain and woe must follow sin, Then be my path still rougher. Here spare me not; if heav'n I win, On earth I gladly suffer. 5 But curb my heart, forgive my guilt, Make Thou my patience firmer; For they must miss the good Thou wilt, Who at Thy chastenings murmur. 6 Then deal with me as seems Thee best-- Thy grace will help me bear it If but at last I see Thy rest And with my Savior share it. Amen.Topics: Confession and AbsolutionScripture: Psalm 38:4Languages: German; English

O Lord, Look Down from Heaven, Behold

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #260Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7Hymnal Number: 260First Line: O Lord, look down from heav'n, beholdTopics: The Church Year ReformationScripture: Psalm 12Languages: German; English
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The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #67Meter: 7.6.7.6 DHymnal Number: 67First Line: The Bridegroom soon will call usLyrics: 1 The Bridegroom soon will call us: Come, all ye wedding guests! May not His voice appall us, While slumber binds our breasts! May all our lamps be burning And oil be found in store That we, with Him returning, May open find the door! 2 There shall we see delighted Our dear Redeemer’s face, Who leads our souls benighted To glory by His grace. The patriarchs shall meet us, The prophets’ holy band, Apostles, martyrs, greet us In that celestial land. 3 They will not blush to own us As brothers, sisters dear; Love ever will be shown us When we with them appear. We all shall come before Him, Who for us man became, As Lord and God adore Him, And ever bless His name. 4 Our Father, rich in blessing, Will give us crowns of gold And, to His bosom pressing, Impart a bliss untold, Will welcome with embraces Of never-ending love, And deck us with His graces In blissful realms above. 5 In yonder home shall never Be silent music’s voice; With hearts and lips forever We shall in God rejoice. The angels shall adore Him, All saints shall sing His praise And bring with joy before Him Their sweetest heavenly lays. 6 In mansions fair and spacious Will God the feast prepare And, ever kind and gracious, Bid us its riches share. There bliss that knows no measure From springs of love shall flow, And never-changing pleasure His bounty will bestow. 7 Thus God shall from all evil Forever make us free, From sin, and from the devil, From all adversity, From sickness, pain, and sadness, From troubles, cares, and fears, And grant us heavenly gladness And wipe away our tears. Amen.Topics: The Church Year AdventScripture: Matthew 25:6Languages: German; English
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Oh, How Great Is Thy Compassion

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #384Meter: 8.7.7.8.7.7Hymnal Number: 384First Line: Oh, how great is Thy compassionLyrics: 1 Oh, how great is Thy compassion, Faithful Father, God of grace, That with all our fallen race And in our deep degradation Thou wast merciful that we Might be saved eternally! 2 Thy great love for this hath striven That we may from sin be free And forever live with Thee; Yea, Thy Son Himself hath given In His grace an earnest call To His Supper unto all. 3 And for this our souls' salvation Voucheth Thy good Spirit, Lord, In Thy Sacraments and Word. He imparteth consolation, Granteth us the gift of faith That we fear nor hell nor death. 4 Lord, Thy mercy will not leave me-- Truth doth evermore abide-- Then in Thee I will confide. Since Thy Word cannot deceive me, My salvation is to me Well assured eternally. 5 I will praise Thy great compassion, Faithful Father, God of grace, That with all our fallen race And in our deep degradation Thou wast merciful that we Might bring endless praise to Thee. Amen.Topics: Faith and JustificationScripture: 2 Corinthians 9:15Languages: German; English

Jesus Christ, My Pride and Glory

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #408Meter: 8.7.7.8.7.7Hymnal Number: 408First Line: Jesus Christ, my Pride and GloryTopics: Sanctification (The Christian Life) New ObedienceScripture: Luke 2:41-52Languages: German; English
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Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful

Publication Date: 1941Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnal #102Meter: IrregularHymnal Number: 102First Line: Oh, come, all ye faithful, triumphantly singLyrics: 1 Oh, come all ye faithful, triumphantly sing: Come, see in the manger our Savior and King! To Bethlehem hasten with joyful accord: Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord! 2 True Son of the Father, He comes from the skies; To be born of a virgin He doth not despise; To Bethlehem hasten, with joyful accord; Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord! 3 Hark, hark to the angels all singing in heaven, "To God in the Highest all glory be given!" To Bethlehem hasten, with joyful accord; Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord! 4 To Thee, then, O Jesus, this day of Thy birth, Be glory and honor through heaven and earth. True Godhead incarnate, omnipotent Word! Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Oh, come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord! Amen. Topics: The Church Year CHRISTMASScripture: Luke 2:15Languages: Latin; English




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