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I come from hevin [heich] to tell

Author: Martin Luther (1483-1546); Kenneth Elliott (b. 1929); John Wedderburn (fl. 1540); Robert Wedderburn (fl. 1540) Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #297 (2005) Hymnal Title: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) Lyrics: 1 I come from hevin [heich] to tell the best nowells that e'er befell. To you thir tythings trew I bring and I will of them say and sing. 2 This day to you is born ane Child of Marie meik and Virgin mild. That blissit bairn bening and kind, bening and kind, sall you rejoyce baith hart and mind. 3 Lat us rejoyis now and be blyth and with the Hyrdis go full swyth and see what Godis grace hes done throu Christ to bring us to his throne. 4 My saull and life stand up and see wha lyis in ane cribbe of tree. What Babe is that, sa gude and fair? sa gude and fair? It is Christ, Godis Son and Air. 5 The silk and sandell thee to eis ar hay and sempill sweilling clais wharin thou gloris greitest King as thou in hev'n war in thy ring. 6 And war the warld ten times sa wide cled ouer with gold and stanes of pride unworthie yit it were to thee, yit it were to thee, under they feet ane stule to be. 7 O my deir hart, yung Jesus sweit prepair thy creddill in my spreit! And I sall rock thee in my hart and never mair fra thee depart. 8 Bot I sall praise thee evermoir with sangis sweit unto thy gloir. The kneis of my hart sall I bow, my hart sall I bow and sing that rycht Balulalow. Topics: Life in Christ Christ Incarnate - Christmas and Epiphany; Christ Incarnate Christmas and Epiphany Scripture: Luke 2:1-16 Tune Title: BALULALOW

I come from heaven high to tell

Author: John Wedderburn (fl. 1540); Martin Luther (1483-1546); Robert Wedderburn (fl. 1540) Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #298 (2005) Hymnal Title: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) Topics: Christ Incarnate Christmas and Epiphany Scripture: Luke 2:1-16 Tune Title: BALULALOW
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I come from hevin [heich] to tell

Author: Martin Luther (1483-1546); Kenneth Elliott (b. 1929); John Wedderburn (fl. 1540); Robert Wedderburn (fl. 1540) Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #297 (2008) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise Lyrics: 1 I come from hevin [heich] to tell the best nowells that e'er befell. To you thir tythings trew I bring and I will of them say and sing. 2 This day to you is born ane Child of Marie meik and Virgin mild. That blissit bairn bening and kind, bening and kind, sall you rejoyce baith hart and mind. 3 Lat us rejoyis now and be blyth and with the Hyrdis go full swyth and see what Godis grace hes done throu Christ to bring us to his throne. 4 My saull and life stand up and see wha lyis in ane cribbe of tree. What Babe is that, sa gude and fair? sa gude and fair? It is Christ, Godis Son and Air. 5 The silk and sandell thee to eis ar hay and sempill sweilling clais wharin thou gloris greitest King as thou in hev'n war in thy ring. 6 And war the warld ten times sa wide cled ouer with gold and stanes of pride unworthie yit it were to thee, yit it were to thee, under they feet ane stule to be. 7 O my deir hart, yung Jesus sweit prepair thy creddill in my spreit! And I sall rock thee in my hart and never mair fra thee depart. 8 Bot I sall praise thee evermoir with sangis sweit unto thy gloir. The kneis of my hart sall I bow, my hart sall I bow and sing that rycht Balulalow. Topics: Life in Christ Christ Incarnate - Christmas and Epiphany; Christ Incarnate Christmas and Epiphany Scripture: Luke 2:1-16 Tune Title: BALULALOW

I come from heaven high to tell

Author: John Wedderburn (fl. 1540); Martin Luther (1483-1546); Robert Wedderburn (fl. 1540) Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #298 (2008) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise Topics: Christ Incarnate Christmas and Epiphany Scripture: Luke 2:1-16 Tune Title: BALULALOW

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