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In love still faithful to the end

Author: Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Appears in 4 hymnals Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest, That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Holy Communion Used With Tune: HARMONY GROVE

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HARMONY GROVE

Composer: Henry Kemble Oliver Appears in 36 hymnals Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Tune Key: G Major Incipit: 33335 12333 33344 Used With Text: In love still faithful to the end

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In love still faithful to the end

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #262 (1880) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Justification
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In love still faithful to the end

Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. #a262 (1895) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal. 9th ed. Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Justification
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In love still faithful to the end

Author: Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #262 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 In love still faithful to the end, The Lord approved Himself our Friend, And granted in His last bequest, That which through faith gives peace and rest. 2 The night in which He was betrayed, He blessed the bread and cup, and said, Eat, drink, and named the given good: 'This is My Body and My Blood.' 3 Israel's Paschal-feast had long Kept waiting hope in Israel strong, The Lamb of God now gave, instead, Himself as heavenly drink and bread. 4 Keep ye this feast confessing Me, Whose death alone could make you free, Your souls and bodies, dearly bought, Yield not to sin: forget Me not! 5 O may we ne'er unworthy prove Of Jesus' all-enduring love! Nor doubt the Master's work and Word, And thus reject Him as the Lord. 6 His body, once as ransom given, Is proffered her as pledge of heaven; His blood, shed for us on the tree, Here cleanses from iniquity. 7 Lord help our faith to grasp the Word, That we in grace may near Thy board; And here discern what Thou dost give, Partake of life and ever live! Topics: The Catechism Holy Communion Languages: English Tune Title: HARMONY GROVE

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E. Cronenwett

1841 - 1931 Person Name: Rev. Emanuel Cronenwett, D. D. Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Author of "In love still faithful to the end" in Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Cronenwett, Emmanuel, a Lutheran Pastor at Butler, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., contributed to the Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal, Published by Order of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio and other States, 1880, in addition to 20 translations from the German, the following original hymns, some of which rank with the best in the collection:— 1. A holy state is wedded life. Domestic Worship. 2. Faith is wisdom from on high. Faith. 3. Heavenly Father, Jesus taught us. Prayer. 4. Lord, Thine omniscience I adore. Omniscience. 5. O Triune God, Thy blessing great. Domestic Worship. 6. Of omniscient grace I sing. Omniscience. 7. Of Zion's honour angels sing. Ordination. 8. The precepts of the word are pure. Holy Scripture. 9. The Spirit's fruits are peace and love. Fruits of the Spirit. 10. 'Tis a marvel in our eyes. Foundation Stone laying of a Church. 11. To Thee, our fathers' God, we bow. Domestic Worship. 12. Unto Caesar let us render. National Thanksgiving. 13. We have a sure, prophetic word. Holy Scripture. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Henry K. Oliver

1800 - 1885 Person Name: Henry Kemble Oliver Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Composer of "HARMONY GROVE" in Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Henry Kemble Oliver (b. Beverly, MA, 1800; d. Salem, MA, 1885) was educated at Harvard and Dartmouth. He taught in the public schools of Salem (1818-1842) and was superintendent of the Atlantic Cotton Mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts (1848-1858). His civic service included being mayor of Lawrence (1859­1861) and Salem (1877-1880), state treasurer (1861-1865), and organizer of the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics and Labor (1867-1873). Oliver was organist at several churches, including Park Street Congregational Church in Boston, North Church in Salem, and the Unitarian Church in Lawrence. A founder of the Mozart Association and several choral societies in Salem, he published his hymn tunes in Hymn and Psalm Tunes (1860) and Original Hymn Tunes (1875). Bert Polman



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