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Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #31 (1880) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea, Praise the Eternal One, Who opens heaven to us this day, And gives us His own Son. 2 He comes from His loved Father's side, Becomes an infant small, And lies with scarce a want supplied Weak in an humble stall. 3 His power divine aside is laid, No crown adorns His brow; The mighty God who all things made Comes as a servant now. 4 He nestles at His mothers' breast, Her precious nursling boy, Whom saints and angels call the Blest, And who is all their joy. 5 He is the Root of David's line, King David's Lord and Son, Through whom and by whose grace divine The kingdom must be won. 6 A wonderful exchange He makes, He puts on flesh and blood, Then gives us back in what He takes, His Godhead as our good. 7 He serves, that I a lord may be, And gives His life for mine; How could His love do more for me? O mystery divine! 8 To-day He opens us the door Of blissful Paradise, The cherub threatens there no more; Then let His praises rise! Topics: The Church Year Christmas
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Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a31 (1895) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. Lyrics: 1 Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea, Praise the Eternal One, Who opens heaven to us this day, And gives us His own Son. 2 He comes from His loved Father's side, Becomes an infant small, And lies with scarce a want supplied Weak in an humble stall. 3 His power divine aside is laid, No crown adorns His brow; The mighty God who all things made Comes as a servant now. 4 He nestles at His mothers' breast, Her precious nursling boy, Whom saints and angels call the Blest, And who is all their joy. 5 He is the Root of David's line, King David's Lord and Son, Through whom and by whose grace divine The kingdom must be won. 6 A wonderful exchange He makes, He puts on flesh and blood, Then gives us back in what He takes, His Godhead as our good. 7 He serves, that I a lord may be, And gives His life for mine; How could His love do more for me? O mystery divine! 8 To-day He opens us the door Of blissful Paradise, The cherub threatens there no more; Then let His praises rise! Topics: The Church Year Christmas
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Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians!

Author: Nicolaus Herman; Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #31a (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea, Praise the Eternal One, Who opens heaven to us this day, And gives us His own Son, And gives us His own Son. 2 He comes from His loved Father's side, Becomes an infant small, And lies with scarce a want supplied Weak in an humble stall. 3 His power divine aside is laid, No crown adorns His brow; The mighty God who all things made Comes as a servant now. 4 He nestles at His mothers' breast, Her precious nursling boy, Whom saints and angels call the Blest, And who is all their joy. 5 He is the Root of David's line, King David's Lord and Son, Through whom and by whose grace divine The kingdom must be won. 6 A wonderful exchange He makes, He puts on flesh and blood, Then gives us back in what He takes, His Godhead as our good. 7 He serves, that I a lord may be, And gives His life for mine; How could His love do more for me? O mystery divine! 8 To-day He opens us the door Of blissful Paradise, The cherub threatens there no more; Then let His praises rise! Topics: The Church Year Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: LÜTZEN
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Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians!

Author: Nicolaus Herman; Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #31b (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea, Praise the Eternal One, Who opens heaven to us this day, And gives us His own Son. 2 He comes from His loved Father's side, Becomes an infant small, And lies with scarce a want supplied Weak in an humble stall. 3 His power divine aside is laid, No crown adorns His brow; The mighty God who all things made Comes as a servant now. 4 He nestles at His mothers' breast, Her precious nursling boy, Whom saints and angels call the Blest, And who is all their joy. 5 He is the Root of David's line, King David's Lord and Son, Through whom and by whose grace divine The kingdom must be won. 6 A wonderful exchange He makes, He puts on flesh and blood, Then gives us back in what He takes, His Godhead as our good. 7 He serves, that I a lord may be, And gives His life for mine; How could His love do more for me? O mystery divine! 8 To-day He opens us the door Of blissful Paradise, The cherub threatens there no more; Then let His praises rise! Topics: The Church Year Christmas Tune Title: CHRISTMAS
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Praise Ye The Lord, Ye Christians!

Author: Nikolaus Hermann; Emmanuel Cronenwett Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #12361 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1 Praise ye the Lord, ye Christians! Yea, praise th’Eternal One, Who opens Heav’n to us this day, And gives us His own Son. 2 He comes from His loved Father’s side, Becomes an infant small, And lies with scarce a want supplied, Weak in a humble stall. 3 His power divine aside is laid, No crown adorns His brow; The mighty God who all things made Comes as a servant now. 4 He nestles at His mother’s breast, Her precious nursling boy, Whom saints and angels call the Blest, And who is all their joy. 5 He is the Root of David’s line. King David’s Lord and Son, Through whom and by whose grace divine The kingdom must be won. 6 A wonderful exchange He makes, He puts on flesh and blood, Then gives us back in what He takes, His Godhead as our good. 7 He serves, that I a lord may be. And gives His life for mine; How could His love do more for me? O mystery divine! 8 Today He opens us the door Of blissful paradise, The cherub threatens there no more; Then let His praises rise! Languages: English Tune Title: LÜTZEN

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