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To a Maid Whose Name Was Mary

Author: Gracia Grindal Hymnal: Singing the New Testament #6 (2008) Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6 Topics: Annunciation Lyrics: 1 To a maid whose name was Mary, the angel Gabriel came. “Fear not,” the angel told her, “I come to bring good news; good news I come to tell you, good news, I say, good news.” 2 “For you are highly favored by God the Lord of all, who even now is with you. You are on earth most blest; you are most blest, most blessed. God chose you; you are blest!” 3 But Mary was most troubled to hear the angel’s word. What was the angel saying? It troubled her to hear, to hear the angel’s message; it troubled her to hear. 4 “Fear not, for God is with you, and you shall bear a child. His name shall be called Jesus, God’s offspring from on high. And he shall reign forever, forever reign on high.” 5 “How shall this be?” said Mary, “I am not yet a wife.” The angel answered quickly, “The power of the Most High will come upon you shortly; your child shall be God’s child.” 6 As Mary heard the angel, she wondered at his words. “Behold, I am your handmaid,” she said unto her God. “So be it; I am ready according to your word.” Scripture: Luke 1:26-38 Languages: English Tune Title: ANNUNCIATION
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To a Maid Engaged to Joseph

Author: Gracia Grindal Hymnal: The Presbyterian Hymnal #19 (1990) Meter: 7.6.7.6.7.6 Topics: Annunciation Lyrics: 1 To a maid engaged to Joseph, The angel Gabriel came. “Fear not,” the angel told her, “I come to bring good news, Good news I come to tell you, Good news, I say, good news. 2 “For you are highly favored By God, the Lord of all, Who even now is with you. You are on earth most blest, You are most blest, most blessèd, God chose you, you are blest!” 3 But Mary was most troubled To hear the angel’s word. What was the angel saying? It troubled her to hear, To hear the angel’s message, It troubled her to hear. 4 “Fear not, for God is with you, And you shall bear a child. His name shall be called Jesus, God’s offspring from on high. And He shall reign forever, Forever reign on high.” 5 “How shall this be?” said Mary, “I am not yet a wife.” The angel answered quickly, “The power of the Most High Will come upon you shortly; Your child will be God’s child.” 6 As Mary heard the angel, She wondered at his words. “Behold, I am your handmaid,” She said unto her God. “So be it; I am ready According to your Word.” Scripture: Luke 1:47 Languages: English Tune Title: ANNUNCIATION

Beautiful Jesus

Author: Madeleine Forell Marshall Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #44 (1995) Meter: 5.6.8.5.5.8 Topics: Year B Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; The Annunciation; Year C Annunciation Languages: English Tune Title: SCHÖNSTER HERR JESU

Mary, Woman of the Promise

Author: Mary Frances Fleischaker Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #123 (1995) Meter: 8.7.8.7 Topics: Year C Annunciation; Year B Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; The Annunciation Scripture: Luke 1:39-55 Languages: English Tune Title: QUEM PASTORES
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Jesus, Jesus, Oh, What a Wonderful Child

Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #136 (1995) Meter: 11.10.8.7.11 Topics: The Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; Year B Annunciation; Year C Annunciation Lyrics: Jesus, Jesus, oh, what a wonderful child. Jesus, Jesus, so holy, meek, and mild; new life, new hope the Child will bring. Listen to the angels sing, “Glory, glory, glory,” let the heavens ring! Scripture: Luke 2:8-14 Languages: English Tune Title: WONDERFUL CHILD
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Once in Royal David's City

Author: Cecil F. Alexander Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #145 (1995) Meter: 8.7.8.7.7.7 Topics: Year B Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; The Annunciation; Year C Annunciation Lyrics: 1 Once in royal David’s city stood a lowly cattle shed, Where a mother laid her baby in a manger for a bed: Mary was that mother mild, Jesus Christ her little child. 2 Jesus came to earth from heaven, who is God and Head of all, Sheltered in a rustic stable, cradles in a common stall: With the poor and meek and lowly lived on earth our Savior holy. 3 And through all this wondrous childhood Jesus honors and obeyed, Loved and watched the tender mother whose strong arms a cradle made. So, like Jesus, we should be serving God obediently. 4 Jesus is our childhood’s pattern, daily like us lived and grew, Jesus, little, weak, and helpless, tears and smiles and comfort knew. Jesus felt the pain of sadness, and the joyous lift of gladness. 5 We at last shall meet our Savior, fount of God's redeeming grace, For that Child so dear and gentle, reigns within a glorious place; Leading all God's children on to the heaven where saints have gone. Scripture: Luke 1:26-35 Languages: English Tune Title: IRBY
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A message came to a maiden young

Author: Percy Dearmer; E. B. G. Hymnal: The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940 #317 (1940) Meter: Irregular Topics: The Annunciation The Communion General Tune Title: ANNUNCIATION

O God, Whose Steadfast Love

Author: James L. Haddix Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #426 (1995) Meter: 6.6.6.6.8.8.8 Topics: Year C Annunciation; Year B Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; The Annunciation Scripture: Genesis 18:9-15 Languages: English Tune Title: RHOSYMEDRE
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A Message Came to a Maiden Young

Author: Percy Dearmer, 1867-1936; E. B. G. Hymnal: RitualSong #478 (1996) Meter: Irregular Topics: The Annunciation of the Lord (March 25) Lyrics: 1 A message came to a maiden young; The angel stood beside her In shining robes, and with golden tongue He told what should betide her: The maid was lost in wonder; Her world was rent asunder; Ah! how could she Christ's mother be By God's most high decree! 2 No greater news could a messenger bring; For 'twas from the young mother He came, who walked on the earth as a king, And yet to all a brother: His truth has spread like leaven; 'Twill marry earth to heaven, Till all agree In charity To dwell from sea to sea. 3 He came, God's Word to the world here below; And round him there did gather A band who found that this teacher to know Was e'en to know the Father: He healed the sick who sought him, Forgave the foes who fought him; Beside the sea Of Galilee He set the nations free. 4 And sometimes trumpets from Sion ring out, And tramping comes, and drumming; "Thy kingdom come" so we cry; and they shout, "It comes!" and still 'tis coming. Far, far ahead, to win us, Yet with us, nay within us; Till all shall see That King is he, The Love from Galilee! Scripture: Luke 1:26-38 Languages: English Tune Title: ANNUNCIATION

O Wisdom, Breathed from God (O Sapientia)

Hymnal: The New Century Hymnal #740 (1995) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Year B Annunciation; Year A Annunciation; The Annunciation; Year C Annunciation First Line: O Wisdom breathed from God, Most High Scripture: Malachi 4:2 Tune Title: CONDITOR ALME SIDERUM

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