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On Jordan's Banks the Baptist's Cry

Author: Charles Coffin, 1676-1749 Hymnal: Lutheran Book of Worship #36 (1978) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Advent 2 Lyrics: 1 On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry Announces that the Lord is nigh; Awake and hearken, for he brings Glad tidings of the King of kings! 2 Then cleansed be ev'ry life from sin; Make straight the way for God within, And let us all our hearts prepare For Christ to come and enter there. 3 We hail Thee as our Savior, Lord, Our refuge and our great reward; Without your grace we waste away Like flow'rs that wither and decay. 4 Stretch forth your hand, our health restore, And make us rise to fall no more; Oh, let your face upon us shine And fill the world with love divine. 5 All praise to you, eternal Son, Whose advent has our freedom won, Whom with the Father we adore, And Holy Spirit, evermore. Languages: English Tune Title: PUER NOBIS
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Hark the glad sound! — the Saviour comes

Author: P. Doddridge (1702-1751) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #193 (1987) Topics: Advent 2 The Word of God in the Old Testament Lyrics: 1 Hark, the glad sound! — the Saviour comes, the Saviour promised long; let every heart prepare a throne and every voice a song. 2 He comes the prisoners to release, in Satan’s bondage held; the gates of brass before him burst, the iron fetters yield. 3 He comes the broken heart to bind, the wounded soul to cure; and with the treasures of his grace to enrich the humbled poor. 4 Our glad hosannas, Prince of peace, your welcome shall proclaim; and heaven’s eternal arches ring with your beloved name. Tune Title: BRISTOL

Prepare the Royal Highway

Author: Franz Mikael Franzen, 1772-1847 Hymnal: Lutheran Book of Worship #26 (1978) Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.7.6.6 Topics: Advent 2 Refrain First Line: Hosanna to the Lord Languages: English Tune Title: BEREDEN VÄG FÖR HERRAN
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Comfort, Comfort Now My People

Author: Catherine Winkworth, 1827-1878; Johannes Olearius, 1611-1684 Hymnal: Lutheran Book of Worship #29 (1978) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7.8.8 Topics: Advent 2 Lyrics: 1 “Comfort, comfort now my people; Tell of peace!” So says our God. Comfort those who sit in darkness Mourning under sorrow’s load. To God's people now proclaim That God's pardon waits for them! Tell them that their war is over; God will reign in peace forever! 2 For the herald’s voice is crying In the desert far and near, Calling us to true repentance, Since the Kingdom now is here. Oh, that warning cry obey! Now prepare for God a way! Let the valleys rise to meet him, And the hills bow to greet him! 3 Straight shall be what long was crooked, And the rougher places plain! Let your hearts be true and humble, As befits his holy reign! For the glory of the Lord Now on earth is shed abroad, And all flesh shall see the token That God's word is never broken. Languages: English Tune Title: FREU DICH SEHR

Jesus, hope of every nation

Author: Michael Perry (born 1942) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #58b (1987) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Topics: Advent 2 The Word of God in the Old Testament Scripture: Luke 2:29-32 Tune Title: EVERSLEY

Jesus, hope of every nation

Author: Michael Perry (born 1942) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #58a (1987) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Topics: Advent 2 The Word of God in the Old Testament Scripture: Luke 2:29-32 Tune Title: BIRABUS

O come, O come, Emmanuel (Oh, viens Jésus, oh, viens Emmauel)

Author: John Mason Neale; Pierre-Yves Emery Hymnal: Voices United #1 (1996) Meter: 8.8.8.8 with refrain Topics: Advent 2 Year A; Advent 2 Year B; Advent 2 Year C First Line: O come, O come, Emmanuel (Oh! viens Jésus, oh! viens Emmauel) Refrain First Line: Rejoice! Rejoice! ( Chantez! chantez!) Languages: English; French Tune Title: VENI EMMANUEL
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Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: Voices United #2 (1996) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Topics: Advent 2 Year A; Advent 2 Year B; Advent 2 Year C Lyrics: 1 Come, thou long-expected Jesus born to set thy people free; from our fears and sins release us, let us find our rest in thee. 2 Israel's strength and consolation, hope of all the earth thou art, dear desire of every nation, joy of every longing heart. 3 Born thy people to deliver, born a child and yet a King, born to reign in us forever, now thy gracious kingdom bring. 4 By thine own eternal Spirit rule in all our hearts alone; by thine all-sufficient merit, raise us to thy glorious throne. Languages: English Tune Title: STUTTGART
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Hark, the Glad Sound

Author: Philip Doddridge Hymnal: Voices United #29 (1996) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Advent 2 Year A First Line: Hark, the glad sound! The Saviour comes Lyrics: 1 Hark, the glad sound! The Saviour comes, the Saviour promised long: let every heart prepare a throne; and every voice a song. 2 He comes, the prisoners to release in Satan's bondage held; the gates of brass before him burst, the iron fetters yield. 3 He comes, the broken heart to bind, the bleeding soul to cure; and with the treasures of his grace to enrich the humble poor. 4 Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace, your welcome shall proclaim; and heaven's eternal arches ring with your beloved name. Languages: English Tune Title: RICHMOND
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Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming

Author: L. Monastier; Theodore Baker Hymnal: Voices United #8 (1996) Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.6 Topics: Advent 2 Year A; Advent 2 Year C First Line: Lo, how a rose e'er blooming (D'un arbre séculaire) Lyrics: 1 Lo, how a rose, e'er blooming, from tender stem hath sprung, of Jesse's lineage coming as seers of old have sung. It came a blossom bright, amid the cold of winter when half spent was the night. 2 Isaiah 'twas foretold it, the Rose I have in mind, with Mary we behold it, the virgin mother kind. To show God's love aright she bore for us a Saviour when half-spent was the night. French: 1 D'un arbre séculaire, du vieux tronc d'Isaï, durant l'hiver austère, un frais rameau jaillit; et, sur le sol durci, dans la nuit calme et claire, une rose a fleuri. 2 Dieu, par leur voix fervente, de nombreux serviteurs, à son peuple en attente, promettait un Sauveur. Il vient, suprême honneur, chez une humble servante, toute à son pur bonheur. Languages: English Tune Title: ES IST EIN' ROS

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