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Oh, could I speak the matchless worth

Author: Samuel Medley Hymnal: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #148 (1899) Topics: Christ Character of Lyrics: 1 Oh, could I speak the matchless worth, Oh, could I sound the glories forth Which in my Saviour shine, I'd soar and touch the heavely strings, And vie with Gabriel, while he sings In notes almost divine, In notes almost divine. 2 I'd sing the precious blood He spilt, My ransom from the dreadful guilt Of sin and wrath divine: I'd sing His glorious righteousness, In which all-perfect, heavenly dress My soul shall ever shine, My soul shall ever shine. 3 I'd sing the characters He bears, And all the forms of love He wears, Exalted on His throne: In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, I would to everlasting days Make all His glories known, Make all His glories known. 4 Well, the delightful day will come, When my dear Lord will bring me home, And I shall see His face; Then with my Saviour, Brother, Friend, A blest eternity I'll spend, Triumphant in His grace, Triumphant in His grace. Amen. Tune Title: ARIEL
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The Meekness of Christ

Author: Bp. Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1818— ) Hymnal: Many Voices; or, Carmina Sanctorum, Evangelistic Edition with Tunes #105 (1891) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: How beauteous were the marks divine Scripture: 1 Peter 2:21
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The Meekness of Christ

Author: Bp. Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1818— ) Hymnal: Songs of Praise with Tunes #107 (1889) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: How beauteous were the marks divine Scripture: 1 Peter 2:21
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Meekness of Christ

Author: A. Cleveland Coxe Hymnal: Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church #202 (1891) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Christ Character of First Line: How beauteous were the marks divine
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Who went about doing good

Author: Prof. William Enfield (1741-1797) Hymnal: Songs of Praise with Tunes #101 (1889) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: Behold, where in a mortal form Scripture: 1 Peter 2:21 Tune Title: MANOAH
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Who went about doing Good

Author: William Enfield (1741-1797) Hymnal: Many Voices; or, Carmina Sanctorum, Evangelistic Edition with Tunes #101 (1891) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: Behold, where in a mortal form Scripture: 1 Peter 2:21 Tune Title: MANOAH
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"What think ye of Christ?" is the test

Author: Newton Hymnal: Village hymns for social worship, selected and original #140 (1840) Topics: Characters of Christ Scripture: Matthew 22:42
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Chirst our Pattern

Author: Rev. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Hymnal: Many Voices; or, Carmina Sanctorum, Evangelistic Edition with Tunes #103 (1891) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: My dear Redeemer, and my Lord Scripture: Philippians 2:5 Tune Title: HAMBURG
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Christ our Pattern

Author: Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Hymnal: Songs of Praise with Tunes #106 (1889) Topics: Christ Character of First Line: My dear Redeemer, and my Lord Scripture: Philippians 2:5 Tune Title: HAMBURG
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'Tis from the treasures of his word

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #I.CXLVII (1766) Topics: Characters of Christ Lyrics: 1 'Tis from the Treasures of his Word I borrow Titles or my Lord; Nor Art nor Nature can supply Sufficient Forms of Majesty. 2 Bright Image of the Father's Face, Shining with undiminish'd Rays; Th' Eternal God's Eternal Son, The Heir and Partner of his Throne. 3 The King of Kings, the Lord most high, Writes his own Name upon his Thigh; He wears a Garment dipt in Blood, And breaks the Nations with his Rod. 4 Where Grace can neither melt nor move, The Lamb resents his injur'd Love, Awakes his Wrath without Delay, And Judah's Lion tears the Prey. 5 But when for Works of Peace he comes, What winning Titles he assumes? Light of the World; and Life of Men; Nor bears those Characters in vain. 6 With tender Pity in his Heart, He acts the Mediator's Part; A Friend and Brother he appears, And well fulfils the Name he wears. 7 At Length the Judge his Throne ascends, Divides the Rebels from his Friends, And Saints in full Fruition prove His rich Variety of Love. Languages: English

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