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Sound aloud Jehovah's praises

Author: H. A. Martin Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7 Appears in 20 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 Lyrics: 1 Sound aloud Jehovah's praises, Tell abroad the awful Name; Heaven the ceaseless anthem raises, Let the earth her God proclaim: God, the hope of every nation, God, the source of consolation, Holy, blessèd Trinity! Holy, blessèd Trinity! 2 This the Name from ancient ages Hidden in its dazzling light; This the Name that kings and sages, Prayed and strove to know aright, Through God's wondrous Incarnation, Now revealed the world's salvation, Ever blessèd Trinity! Ever blessèd Trinity! 3 Into this great Name and holy, We all tribes and tongues baptize; Thus the Highest owns the lowly, Homeward, heavenward, bids them rise; Gathers them from every nation, Bids them join in adoration Of the blessèd Trinity! Of the blessèd Trinity! 4 In this Name the heart rejoices, Pouring forth its secret prayer: In this Name we lift our voices, And our common faith declare; Offering humble supplication, Thanks, and praise, and veneration To the blessèd Trinity! To the blessèd Trinity! 5 Glory be to God the Father, Glory be to God the Son, Glory be to God the Spirit, Great Jehovah, Three in One. Praise from all in earth and heaven Unto Thee be ever given, Holy, blessèd Trinity! Holy, blessèd Trinity! Amen. Topics: Adoration; Processionals Trinity Sunday; Trinity Sunday Used With Tune: FIDES
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Weep No More This Holy Morning

Author: Herbert Kynaston Meter: 8.7.87.8.8.7 Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 Lyrics: 1 Weep no more this holy morning, Mary, put away thy fears; In this feast there is no scorning, No repentance for thy tears: Joy, O joy, a thousand pleasures, All thy soul’s recovered treasures— Alleluia!—Christ appears. 2 Smile again, thou watcher weary, Wreath thy lucid brow with bloom, Death has fled, thou art not dreary, Angels shine athwart the gloom; Christ has freed the world from paining, Lo, He comes, His life regaining— Alleluia!—from the tomb. 3 Joy to thee, He soars ascending, He who all thy sins forgave; All thy sorrows now are ending, Magdalene, He comes to save; Whom thou soughtest lost and dying, Welcome now with angels crying Alleluia!—o’er His grave. 4 Mary, lift those brows declining, Turn to see who stands behind, See His face with glory shining, See the pearly wounds enshrined, Porches five, for all thy healing, Life eternal each unsealing— Alleluia!—to mankind. 5 Life in all His life’s resuming, Mary, all thy light restore, All thy heart with joy illuming, Death is driven from the door: Night has had his night of sorrow, Joy returneth with the morrow— Alleluia!—evermore. Used With Tune: FIDES Text Sources: Occasional Hymns (London: R. Clay, Son & Taylor, 1862); Author unknown, probably from the Middle Ages

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