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How Like a Gentle Spirit

Author: C. Eric Lincoln Hymnal: Zion still Sings #97 (2007) Meter: 10.10.10.10 Topics: Challenge First Line: How like a gentle spirit deep within Languages: English Tune Title: BALTIMORE
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Who Is on the Lord's Side?

Author: Frances R. Havergal, 1836-1879 Hymnal: Revival Hymns and Choruses #406 (1970) Topics: Challenge; Challenge Lyrics: 1 Who is on the Lord’s side? Who will serve the King? Who will be His helpers, Other lives to bring? Who will leave the world’s side? Who will face the foe? Who is on the Lord’s side? Who for Him will go? By Thy call of mercy, By Thy grace divine, We are on the Lord's side - Savior, we are Thine! 2 Not for weight of glory, Not for crown and palm, Enter we the army, Raise the warrior psalm; But for Love that claimeth Lives for whom He died: He whom Jesus nameth Must be on His side. By Thy love constraining, By Thy grace divine, We are on the Lord's side - Savior, we are Thine! 3 Jesus, Thou hast bought us, Not with gold or gem, But with Thine own life-blood, For Thy diadem; With Thy blessing filling All who come to Thee, Thou hast made us willing, Thou hast made us free. By Thy grad redemption, By Thy grace divine, We are on the Lord's side - Savior, we are Thine! 4 Fierce may be the conflict, Strong may be the foe, But the King’s own army, None can overthrow; Round His standard ranging, Vict'ry is secure, For His truth unchanging Makes the triumph sure. Joyfully enlisting, By Thy grace divine, We are on the Lord's side - Savior, we are Thine! Languages: English Tune Title: ARMAGEDDON

We Come to Your Feast

Author: Michael Joncas, 1951- Hymnal: Hymns for a Pilgrim People #523 (2007) Meter: 13.13.13.14.6 with refrain Topics: Challenge of Gospel First Line: We place upon Your table a gleaming cloth of white Scripture: Luke 22:19 Languages: English Tune Title: WE COME TO YOUR FEAST

The Kingdom of God

Author: Bryn A. Rees, b. 1911 Hymnal: Worship (3rd ed.) #615 (1986) Meter: 10.10.11.11 Topics: Challenge of Gospel First Line: The kingdom of God is justice and joy Scripture: Matthew 22:1-10 Languages: English Tune Title: LAUDATE DOMINUM

God, Who Stretched the Spangled Heavens

Author: Catherine Cameron, b. 1927 Hymnal: Worship (3rd ed.) #648 (1986) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: Challenge of Gospel Scripture: Genesis 1 Languages: English Tune Title: HOLY MANNA
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O Holy City, Seen of John

Author: Walter Russell Bowie Hymnal: Voices United #709 (1996) Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.6 Topics: Challenge Lyrics: 1 O holy city, seen of John, where Christ, the Lamb, doth reign, within whose foursquare walls shall come no night, nor need, nor pain, and where the tears are wiped from eyes that shall not weep again! 2 Hark, now from men whose lives are held more cheap than merchandise, from women struggling sore for bread, from little children's cries, there swells the sobbing human plaint that bids thy walls arise. 3 O shame to us who rest content while lust and greed for gain in street and shop and tenement wring gold from human pain, and bitter lips in blind despair cry, "Christ hath died in vain!" 4 Give us, O God, the strength to build the city that hath stood too long a dream, whose laws are love, whose ways is brotherhood, and where the sun that shineth is God's grace for human good. 5 Already in the mind of God that city riseth fair. Lo, how its splendour challenges the souls that greatly dare, yea, bids us seize the whole of life and build its glory there! Languages: English Tune Title: MORNING SONG

Let Us Be Joyful

Author: T. O. Chisholm Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #6 (1934) Topics: Challenge First Line: Let us be joyful, we that are Christian Refrain First Line: Let us rejoice with jubilant singing Tune Title: [Let us be joyful, we that are Christian]

You Must Open the Door

Author: Ina Duley Ogdon Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #8 (1934) Topics: Challenge First Line: There's a Savior who stands at the door of your heart Tune Title: [There's a Savior who stands at the door of your heart]

Tell it Out

Author: Rev. A. H. Ackley Hymnal: Triumphant Service Songs #11 (1934) Topics: Challenge First Line: Is the Christ that you worship no living or dead? Refrain First Line: Tell it out, tell it out Tune Title: [Is the Christ that you worship no living or dead?]
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Are Ye Able, Said the Master

Author: Earl Marlatt Hymnal: Hymns for Praise and Service #19 (1956) Topics: Challenge First Line: "Are ye able," said the Master Refrain First Line: Lord, we are able. Our spirits are Thine Languages: English Tune Title: ["Are ye able," said the Master]

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