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Calon lan yn llawn daioni

Author: Gwyrosydd Appears in 4 hymnals Matching Instances: 3 First Line: Nid wy'n gofyn bywyd moethus Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

Loved with everlasting love

Author: George Wade Robinson (1838-1877) Meter: D Appears in 81 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Lyrics: 1 Loved with everlasting love, led by grace that love to know; Spirit, breathing from above, you have taught me it is so. O what full and perfect peace, joy and wonder all divine! In a love which cannot cease I am his, and he is mine. 2 Heaven above is softer blue, earth around is richer green; something lives in every hue, Christless eyes have never seen: songs of birds in sweetness grow, flowers with deeper beauties shine, since I know, as now I know, I am his and he is mine. 3 His for ever, his alone! Who the Lord from me shall part? With what joy and peace unknown Christ can fill the loving heart! Heaven and earth may pass away, sun and stars in gloom decline, but of Christ I still shall say: I am his and he is mine. Topics: Beauty; God in grace and mercy; God Love of; Trust and Confidence Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:8-13 Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

Tsy mangataka aho Tompo (I don't want anything, O Lord)

Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

A clean heart o'erflown with goodness

Author: Rees Harris, Niles, Ohio. Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: I seek not life's ease and pleasures Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

Yes, I'll sing the wondrous story

Author: Francis Harold Rowley, 1854-1952 Meter: D Appears in 259 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: I will sing the wondrous story Topics: Jesus Christ: Prophet, Priest and King Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:24 Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

Better Far Than Life To Me

Author: Fanny Crosby Meter: D Appears in 2 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Like a vine whose tender branches Lyrics: 1 Like a vine whose tender branches ’Round the oak have learned to cling; So my heart has found a shelter In Thy love, O Lord, my king. Refrain: Day by day my lips shall offer Grateful songs of praise to Thee; For Thy wondrous lovingkindness, Better far than life to me. 2 As a bird on pinions weary, Trembling seeks its parent nest, Came my spirit heavy laden To its refuge on Thy breast. [Refrain] 3 In Thy precious lovingkindness Shall my trusting soul abide, From the arrows of oppression Guarded safe on every side. [Refrain] 4 Higher than the hills that circle ’Round Thy throne in Heaven above, Deeper than the mighty ocean Is Thy vast eternal love. [Refrain] Used With Tune: CALON LÂN Text Sources: Windows of Heaven New Ed. by Henry M. Wharton, rev. by I. S. Field (Baltimore: National Evangelization Society, 1898)

Abba, Father! We Approach Thee

Author: James Deck Meter: D Appears in 14 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1. Abba, Father! We approach Thee In our Savior’s precious name; We, Thy children, here assembled, Now Thy promised blessing claim; From our sins His blood hath washed us, ’Tis through Him our souls draw nigh, And Thy Spirit, too, hath taught us, Abba, Father, thus to cry. 2. Once as prodigals we wandered In our folly far from Thee, But Thy grace, o’er sin abounding, Rescued us from misery; Thou Thy prodigals hast pardoned, Kissed us with a Father’s love, Spread the festive board, and called us, E’er to dwell with Thee above. 3. Clothed in garments of salvation, At Thy table is our place, We rejoice, and Thou rejoicest, In the riches of Thy grace; It is meet, we hear Thee saying, We should merry and be glad, I have found My once lost children, Now they live who once were dead. 4. Abba, Father! all adore Thee, All rejoice in Heav’n above, While in us they learn the wonders Of Thy wisdom, grace, and love; Soon before Thy throne assembled, All Thy children shall proclaim, Glory, everlasting glory, Be to God and to the Lamb! Used With Tune: CALON LÂN Text Sources: Hymns for the Poor of the Flock, 1841

The Wonder of the Story

Author: Charles I. Junkin Meter: D Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 First Line: O the wonder of the story Lyrics: 1. O the wonder of the story Of the night so long ago, In the glimmer of the starlight And the whiteness of the snow, When the little Prince of Judah In His beauty came to birth, While the angels sang His glory And His sweetness filled the earth! 2. O the wonder of the story, Of the gladness none can tell, When the shepherds saw the rising Of the Star of Israel, And a light from out the manger, Reaching far and waxing strong Till it touched the darkened shadows And the world was wrapped in song! 3. O the wonder of the story, Of the tender joy supreme! O the mystery of loving And the sweetness of the dream! For the little head was pillowed On a mother’s loving breast, And the Father’s little children They shall find the perfect rest! Used With Tune: CALON LÂN

Blessed Savior, Thou Didst Suffer

Author: Grace Ednay Meter: D Appears in 3 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Blessèd Savior, Thou didst suffer Little ones to come to Thee. Lo! we offer now our tribute, Let our praise accepted be; ’Mid the hallelujahs ringing, ’Mid the burst of angel song, Stoop to hear our childish singing, Listen to an infant throng. 2 For a cry of deepest sorrow Comes across the waters blue: Ye who know salvation’s story, Haste to help and save us, too; Shed, oh, shed the Gospel glory O’er the darkness of our night, Till the gloomy shadows vanish In its full and blessèd light. 3 For the poor benighted millions We can give and work and pray, And our gifts and prayers united, Sure will speed that happy day, When, no more to idols bowing, All shall own our Jesus king, And ten thousand voices ringing Shall His praise victorious sing. Used With Tune: CALON LÂN Text Sources: Missionary Services and Hymnal (Baltimore: Pearre E. Crown & Company, 1895)

The Legion Dispossessed

Author: John Newton Meter: D Appears in 10 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Legion was my name, by nature Lyrics: 1 Legion was my name, by nature Satan raged within my breast; Never misery was greater, Never sinner more possessed: Mischievous to all around me, To myself the greatest foe; Thus I was when Jesus found me, Filled with madness, sin, and woe. 2 Yet in this forlorn condition When He came to set me free; I replied to my physician, "What have I to do with Thee?" But He would not be prevented, Rescued me against my will; Had He stayed ’till I consented, I had been a captive still. 3 "Satan, though thou fain would’st have it, Know this soul is none of thine; I have shed My blood to save it, Now I challenge it for Mine; Though it long has thee resembled, Henceforth it shall Me obey"; Thus He spoke, while Satan trembled, Gnashed his teeth, and fled away. 4 Thus my frantic soul He healèd, Bid my sins and sorrows cease; "Take," said He, "My pardon sealèd, I have saved thee, go in peace"; Rather take me, Lord, to Heaven, Now Thy love and grace I know; Since Thou hast my sins forgiven, Why should I remain below? 5 "Love," He said, "will sweeten labors, Thou hast something yet to do: Go and tell your friends and neighbors, What My love has done for you: Live to manifest My glory, Wait for Heav’n a little space; Sinners, when they hear thy story, Will repent and seek My face." Used With Tune: CALON LÂN Text Sources: Olney Hymns (London, W. Oliver, 1779), Book 1


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