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Dost Thou Truly Seek Renown?

Author: Louis IX of France, 1214-1270; J. Athelstan Riley Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #1276 Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Dost thou truly seek renown Lyrics: 1. Dost thou truly seek renown Christ His glory sharing? Wouldst thou win the heavenly crown Victor’s meed declaring? Tread the path the Savior trod, Look upon the crown of God, See what He is wearing. 2. This the King of Heaven bore In that sore contending; This His sacred temples wore, Honor to it lending; In this helm He faced the foe, On the rood He laid him low, Satan’s kingdom ending. 3. Christ upon the tree of scorn, In salvation’s hour, Turned to gold those pricks of thorn By His Passion’s power; So on sinners, who had earned Endless death, from sin returned, Endless blessings shower. 4. When in death’s embrace we lie, Then, good Lord, be near us; With Thy presence fortify, And with victory cheer us; Turn our erring hearts to Thee, That we crowned for ay may be: O good Jesu, hear us! Languages: English Tune Title: DAS IST MEINE FREUDE

Dost thou truly seek renown

Hymnal: The English Hymnal #97 (1906) Hymnal Title: The English Hymnal
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The crown of thorns

Author: Athelstan Riley, 1858-1945 Hymnal: The New English Hymnal #81 (1986) Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: The New English Hymnal First Line: Dost thou truly seek renown Lyrics: 1 Dost thou truly seek renown Christ his glory sharing? Wouldst thou win the heavenly crown Victor’s meed declaring? Tread the path the Saviour trod, Look upon the crown of God, See what he is wearing. 2 This the King of Heaven bore In that sore contending, This his sacred temples wore, Honour to it lending, In this helmet faced the foe, On the rood he laid him low, Satan’s kingdom ending. 3 Christ upon the tree of scorn, In salvation’s hour, Turned to gold these pricks of thorn By his passion’s power: So on sinners, who had earned Endless death, from sin returned, Endless blessings shower. 4 When in death’s embrace we lie, Then, good Lord, be near us, With thy presence fortify, And with victory cheer us, Turn our erring hearts to thee, That we crowned for ay may be: O good Jesu, hear us! Topics: The Christian Year Passiontide Languages: English Tune Title: DAS IST MEINE FREUDE

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