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"May Jesus Christ be praised!"

Author: Unknown; Edward Caswall, 1814-1878 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #96 (1917) Topics: Christ Our Solace; Christ Our Solace; Christ Praise to; Praise To Christ First Line: When morning gilds the skies Lyrics: 1 When morning gilds the skies, My heart awaking cries, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Alike at work and prayer To Jesus I repair; "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 2 Whene'er the sweet church bell Peals over hill and dell, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" O hark to what it sings, As joyously it rings, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 3 When sleep her balm denies, My silent spirit sighs, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" When evil thoughts molest, With this I shield my breast, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 4 Does sadness fill my mind? A solace here I find, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Or fades my earthly bliss? My comfort still is this, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 5 In heaven's eternal bliss The loveliest strain is this, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" The powers of darkness fear When this sweet chant they hear, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 6 To God, the Word, on high, The host of angels cry, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Let mortals, too, upraise Their voice in hymns of praise; "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 7 Let earth's wide circle round In joyful notes resound, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Let air and sea and sky, From depth to height, reply, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" 8 Be this, while life is mine, My canticle divine, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Be this the eternal song Through all the ages on, "May Jesus Christ be praised!" Languages: English Tune Title: LAUDES DOMINI
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Seals My Pardon

Author: Isaac Watts Hymnal: Christ in Song #158 (1908) Topics: Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Our Righteousness; Christ Christ Our Righteousness First Line: I saw One hanging on the tree Lyrics: 1 I saw One hanging on the tree, In agony and blood, Who fixed His languid eyes on me, As near His cross I stood. 2 O, never till my latest breath Can I forget that look; It seemed to charge me with His death, Tho' not a word He spoke. 3 A second look He gave, which said, "I freely all forgive; This blood is for thy ransom paid, I die that thou may'st live." 4 Thus while His death my sin displays In all its blackest hue, Such is the mystery of grace, It seals my pardon too. Tune Title: MANOAH
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Make Christ King

Author: C. R. L. Vawter Hymnal: Worship and Service #161 (1916) Topics: Christ First Line: Make Christ King, is the message we bring in song Refrain First Line: O make Christ King of your heart today Lyrics: 1 Make Christ King, is the message we bring in song, Make Christ King, He is leading the right ‘gainst wrong, Make Christ King, of His victories I shall sing; Go tell the erring, no longer deferring to Make Christ King. Refrain: O make Christ King of your heart, Make Christ King; O give Him right of way, Make Christ King; Christ now is victor and graves have no dread, Death hath no sting; Tho’ men disowned Him the Father enthroned Him, O make Christ King. 2 Make Christ King, He is worthy the love of all, Make Christ King, or you heed not the Spirit’s call; Make Christ King, to Him gift of my life I bring; O hear the story in all of its glory and Make Christ King. [Refrain] 3 Make Christ King, for above Him there is not one, Make Christ King, for our Father hath called Him Son; Make Christ King, let the bells of all heaven ring; Tho’ men disowned Him, the Father enthroned Him and Made Christ King. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Make Christ King, is the message we bring in song]

Christ, within Us Hidden

Author: S. Curtis Tufts Hymnal: More Voices #162 (2007) Meter: 6.5.6.5 Topics: Jesus Christ Resurrection; Jesus Christ Cross; Jesus Christ; Christian Year Reign of Christ; Union with God / Christ Scripture: Matthew 23:34-39 Languages: English Tune Title: ALEXANDER

Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ

Author: John L. Bell Hymnal: More Voices #166 (2007) Topics: Love of God/Christ; Jesus Christ Scripture: Matthew 1:23 Languages: English Tune Title: [Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ]
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He Brought Me Out

Author: H. L. G. ; Rev. H. J. Zelley Hymnal: Christ in Song #192 (1908) Topics: Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Power; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ Precious First Line: My heart was distress'd 'neath Jehovah's dread frown Refrain First Line: He brought me out of the miry clay Lyrics: 1 My heart was distress'd neath Jehovah's dread frown, And low in the pit where my sins dragg'd me down; I cried to the Lord from the deep miry clay, Who tenderly brought me out to golden day. Chorus: He brought me out of the miry clay, He set my feet on the Rock to stay; He puts a song in my soul to-day, A song of praise, hallelujah! 2 He placed me upon the strong Rock by His side, My steps were established and here I'll abide; No danger of falling while here I remain, But stand by His grace until the crown I gain. [Chorus] 3 He gave me a song, 'twas a new song of praise. By day and by night its sweet notes I will raise; My heart's overflowing, I'm happy and free, I'll praise my Redeemer, who has rescued me. [Chorus] 4 I'll sing of His wonderful mercy to me, I'll praise Him till all men His goodness shall see; I'll sing of salvation at home and abroad, Till many shall hear the truth and trust in God. [Chorus] Scripture: Psalm 40:2 Tune Title: [My heart was distress'd 'neath Jehovah's dread frown]
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I Remember Calvary

Author: Rev. W. C. Martin Hymnal: Christ in Song #305 (1908) Topics: Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading; Christ Christ's Sufferings; Christ Christ Leading First Line: Where He may lead me I will go Refrain First Line: Jesus shall lead me night and day Lyrics: 1 Where He may lead me I will go, For I have learned to trust Him so, And I remember 'twas for me, That He was slain on Calvary. Chorus: Jesus shall lead me night and day, Jesus shall lead me all the way, He is the truest Friend to me, For I remember Calvary. 2 O I delight in His command, Love to be led by His dear hand, His divine will is sweet to me, Hallowed by blood-stained Calvary. [Chorus] 3 Onward I go, nor doubt, nor fear, Happy with Christ, my Saviour near, Trusting that I some day shall see Jesus my Friend, of Calvary. [Chorus] Tune Title: [Where He may lead me I will go]
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Forth in the Peace of Christ We Go

Author: James Quinn, S.J. Hymnal: Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #323 (1987) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: King, God/Christ as; King, God/Christ as Languages: English Tune Title: ANGELUS
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For Us

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Christ in Song #334 (1908) Topics: Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious; Christ Christ's Life and Love; Christ Christ Precious First Line: O Love! how deep, how broad, how high! Lyrics: 1 O Love! how deep, how broad, how high! It fills the heart with ecstacy, That God, the Son of God, should take Our mortal form for mortals' sake. 2 For us He was baptized, and bore His holy fast, and hungered sore; For us temptations sharp He knew; For us the tempter overthrew. 3 For us He prayed, for us He taught, For us His daily works He wrought, By words, and signs, and actions thus Still seeking not Himself but us. 4 For us to wicked men betrayed, Scourged, mocked, purple robe arrayed, He bore the shameful cross and death; For us at length gave up His breath. 5 For us He rose from death again, For us He went on high to reign, For us He sent His Spirit here To guide, to strengthen, and to cheer. 6 To Him whose boundless love has won Salvation for us through His Son, To God the Father, glory be, Both now and through eternity. Tune Title: RUSSIA
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Doxology (7s 6s M.)

Author: James Montgomery Hymnal: Sacred Poems and Hymns #360 (1854) Meter: 7.6.7.6 Topics: Prayer through Christ alone; Prayer for Christ-likeness; Nativity of Christ; Soul, the ransomed by death of Christ; Resurrection Christ's; Christ Birth of; Christ amidst His people; Christ He saved others, c.; Christ died for sinners; Christ His fight and conquest; Christ in various characters; Christ names and offices of; Christ our example in suffering; Christ renewal in image of; Christ the Friend of children; Christ the Prince of peace; Christ walking with; Christ's mission; Christ's love to children; Christ's universal reign; Grace and glory Of Jesus Christ; Happiness in Christ; Image of Christ; Humiliation of Christ; Hosanna to Christ; Flock of Christ First Line: Glory to the Father be, Glory to the Son Lyrics: Glory to the Father be, Glory to the Son, Glory to the Spirit,--Three, In the Godhead One. As it was ere time begun, Is, and yet shall be, While unending ages run To eternity. Languages: English

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