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O Radiant Christ, Incarnate Word

Author: Ruth Duck Hymnal: Voices United #84 (1996) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Jesus Christ Light; Jesus Christ Incarnation Tune Title: CANONBURY
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Christ's Incarnation

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #170b (1786) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim Lyrics: 1 The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim His birth; the nations learn his name; An unknown star directs the road Of eastern sages to their God. 2 All ye bright armies of the skies, Go, worship where the Saviour lies; Angels and kings before him bow, Those gods on high, and gods below. 3 Let idols totter to the ground, And their own worshippers confound: But Zion shall his glories sing, And earth confess her sovereign King. Scripture: Psalm 97:6-9 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #170b (1790) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim Lyrics: 1 The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim His birth; the nations learn his name; An unknown star directs the road Of eastern sages to their God. 2 All ye bright armies of the skies, Go, worship where the Saviour lies; Angels and kings before him bow, Those gods on high, and gods below. 3 Let idols totter to the ground, And their own worshippers confound: But Zion shall his glories sing, And earth confess her sovereign King. Scripture: Psalm 97:6-9 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation and the last Judgment

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #171b (1786) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: Let earth, with every isle and sea Lyrics: 1 Let earth, with every isle and sea Rejoice, the Saviour reigns: His word like fire prepares his way, And mountains melt to plains. 2 His presence sinks the proudest hills, And makes the vallies rise; The humble soul enjoys his smiles, The haughty sinner dies. 3 The heavens his rightful power proclaim; The idol gods around Fill their own worshippers with shame, And totter to the ground. 4 Adoring angels at his birth Make the Redeemer known; Thus shall he come to judge the earth, And angels guard his throne. 5 His foes shall tremble at his sight, And hills and seas retire: His children take their unknown flight, And leave the world in fire. 6 The seeds of joy and glory sown For saints in darkness here, Shall rise and spring in worlds unknown, And a rich harvest bear. Scripture: Psalm 97:11 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation and the last Judgment

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #171b (1790) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: Let earth, with every isle and sea Lyrics: 1 Let earth, with every isle and sea Rejoice, the Saviour reigns: His word like fire prepares his way, And mountains melt to plains. 2 His presence sinks the proudest hills, And makes the vallies rise; The humble soul enjoys his smiles, The haughty sinner dies. 3 The heavens his rightful power proclaim; The idol gods around Fill their own worshippers with shame, And totter to the ground. 4 Adoring angels at his birth Make the Redeemer known; Thus shall he come to judge the earth, And angels guard his throne. 5 His foes shall tremble at his sight, And hills and seas retire: His children take their unknown flight, And leave the world in fire. 6 The seeds of joy and glory sown For saints in darkness here, Shall rise and spring in worlds unknown, And a rich harvest bear. Scripture: Psalm 97:3 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #181a (1786) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim Lyrics: 1 The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim His birth; the nations learn his name; An unknown star directs the road Of eastern sages to their God. 2 All ye bright armies of the skies, Go, worship where the Saviour lies; Angels and kings before him bow, Those gods on high, and gods below. 3 Let idols totter to the ground, And their own worshippers confound: But Zion shall his glories sing, And earth confess her sovereign King. Scripture: Psalm 97:6-9 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #181a (1787) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim Lyrics: 1 The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim His birth; the nations learn his name; An unknown star directs the road Of eastern sages to their God. 2 All ye bright armies of the skies, Go, worship where the Saviour lies; Angels and kings before him bow, Those gods on high, and gods below. 3 Let idols totter to the ground, And their own worshippers confound: But Zion shall his glories sing, And earth confess her sovereign King. Scripture: Psalm 97:6-9 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation and the last Judgement

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #182a (1786) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: Let earth, with every isle and sea Lyrics: 1 Let earth, with every isle and sea Rejoice, the Saviour reigns: His word like fire prepares his way, And mountains melt to plains. 2 His presence sinks the proudest hills, And makes the vallies rise; The humble soul enjoys his smiles, The haughty sinner dies. 3 The heavens his rightful power proclaim; The idol gods around Fill their own worshippers with shame, And totter to the ground. 4 Adoring angels at his birth Make the Redeemer known; Thus shall he come to judge the earth, And angels guard his throne. 5 His foes shall tremble at his sight, And hills and seas retire: His children take their unknown flight, And leave the world in fire. 6 The seeds of joy and glory sown For saints in darkness here, Shall rise and spring in worlds unknown, And a rich harvest bear. Scripture: Psalm 97:3 Languages: English
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Christ's Incarnation and the last Judgment

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #182a (1787) Topics: Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming; Angels all subject to Christ; Incarnation; Christ his majesty; Christ first and second Coming First Line: Let earth, with every isle and sea Lyrics: 1 Let earth, with every isle and sea Rejoice, the Saviour reigns: His word like fire prepares his way, And mountains melt to plains. 2 His presence sinks the proudest hills, And makes the vallies rise; The humble soul enjoys his smiles, The haughty sinner dies. 3 The heavens his rightful power proclaim; The idol gods around Fill their own worshippers with shame, And totter to the ground. 4 Adoring angels at his birth Make the Redeemer known; Thus shall he come to judge the earth, And angels guard his throne. 5 His foes shall tremble at his sight, And hills and seas retire: His children take their unknown flight, And leave the world in fire. 6 The seeds of joy and glory sown For saints in darkness here, Shall rise and spring in worlds unknown, And a rich harvest bear. Scripture: Psalm 97:11 Languages: English
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God incarnate

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church #190 (1891) Meter: 7 Topics: Angels At the advent of Christ; God Incarnate; Christ Worshiped; Christ Sun of Righteousness; Christ Prince of Peace; Christ Mission of; Christ Incarnate; Christ First Advent; Christ Adoration of First Line: Hark! the herald-angels sing Scripture: Luke 2:13-14

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