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Psalm 22: My God, My God

Author: Marty Haugen Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #33 (2011) Topics: Alienation First Line: All who see me laugh at me Refrain First Line: My God, my God, O why have you abandoned me? Tune Title: [My God, my God, why have you abandoned me]
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Psalm 88: Day and Night

Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #63 (2011) Topics: Alienation First Line: O Lord and God of my salvation Refrain First Line: Day and night I cry to you Tune Title: [Day and night I cry to you, my God]
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Psalm 136: Love Is Never Ending

Author: Marty Haugen Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #90 (2011) Topics: Alienation First Line: We give thanks unto you, O God of might Tune Title: [We give thanks unto you, O God of might]
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I've Been 'Buked

Hymnal: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #386 (2012) Meter: 7.9.7.8 Topics: Alienation First Line: I've been 'buked an' I've been scorned Lyrics: 1 I’ve been ’buked an’ I’ve been scorned, I’ve been ’buked an’ I’ve been scorned, children; I’ve been ’buked an’ I’ve been scorned, I’ve been talked about sho’s you’ born. 2 Dere is trouble all over dis worl’, Dere is trouble all over dis worl’, children; Dere is trouble all over dis worl’, Dere is trouble all over dis worl’. 3 Ain’ gwine lay my ’ligion down, Ain’ gwine lay my ’ligion down, children; Ain’ gwine lay my ’ligion down, Ain’ gwine lay my ’ligion down. Scripture: Job 16:20 Tune Title: I'VE BEEN 'BUKED

Hosea (Oseas)

Author: Gregory Norbet, b. 1940; Ronald F. Krisman, b. 1946 Hymnal: Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #413 (2013) Topics: Alienation First Line: Come back to me with all your heart (Regrésame tu corazón) Refrain First Line: Long have I waited for our coming (Hace mucho que esperaba) Scripture: Hosea 2:16 Tune Title: [Come back to me with all your heart]
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Carol at the Manger

Author: Marty Haugen, b. 1950 Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #443 (2011) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: Alienation First Line: Holy Child within the manger Scripture: Luke 2 Tune Title: JOYOUS LIGHT

Dust and Ashes

Author: Brian Wren, b. 1936 Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #468 (2011) Topics: Alienation First Line: Dust and ashes touch our face Refrain First Line: Take us by the hand and lead us Scripture: John 4:10-15 Tune Title: [Dust and ashes touch our face]

Hosea

Author: Weston Priory; Gregory Norbet, OSB, b. 1940 Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #484 (2011) Topics: Alienation First Line: Come back to me Refrain First Line: Long have I waited for your coming home to me Scripture: Hosea 2:16 Tune Title: [Come back to me]
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There's a Wideness in God's Mercy

Author: Frederick W. Faber, 1814-1863 Hymnal: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #511 (2012) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: Alienation Lyrics: 1 There’s a wideness in God’s mercy Like the wideness of the sea; There’s a kindness in God's justice, Which is more than liberty. There is plentiful redemption In the blood that has been shed; There is joy for all the members In the sorrows of the Head. 2 For the love of God is broader Than the measure of the mind; And the heart of the Eternal Is most wonderfully kind. If our love were but more faithful, We should rest upon God's word; And our lives would be thanksgiving For the goodness of the Lord. 3 Troubled souls, why will you scatter Like a crowd of frightened sheep? Foolish hearts, why will you wander From a love so true and deep? There is welcome for the sinner And more graces for the good; There is mercy with the Savior, There is healing in his blood. Scripture: Mark 6:30-34 Tune Title: IN BABILONE
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On the Journey to Emmaus

Author: Marty Haugen, b. 1950 Hymnal: Gather (3rd ed.) #538 (2011) Meter: Irregular Topics: Alienation First Line: On the journey to Emmaus with our hearts as cold as stone Scripture: Matthew 25:31-46 Tune Title: COLUMCILLE

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