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Behold, behold, he cometh

Behold, behold, he cometh

Author: Claudia Frances Hernaman
Tune: IMMANUEL
Published in 8 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Behold! behold He cometh,
Who doth salvation bring;
Lift up hour heads rejoicing,
And welcome Zion's King;
With hymns of joy we praise the Lord,
Hosanna to th' Incarnate Word!

2 Hosanna to the Saviour,
Who came on Christmas morn,
And, of a lowly Virgin,
Was in a stable born;
Immanuel! Blessed Jesus! come!
Within Thy children make Thy home.

3 Yea, come in love and meekness
Our Saviour now to be;
Come to be formed in us,
And make us like to Thee,
Before the Day of Wrath draw near,
When, as our Judge, Thou shalt appear.

4 Soon shalt Thou sit in glory
Upon "the great White Throne,"
And punish all the wicked,
And recompense Thine own;
When every word and deed and thought
To righteous judgment shall be bright.

5 Here, good and bad are mingled;
But on that Judgment Day
The Angels shall divide them,
And take the bad away;
Grant, Lord, that we be faithful found
When the last trumpet-call shall sound!

Amen.

Source: Voices of Praise: for school and church and home #36

Author: Claudia Frances Hernaman

Hernaman, Claudia Frances, née Ibotson, daughter of W. H. Ibotson, sometime Vicar of Edwinstowe, Notts, was born at Addlestone, Surrey, Oct. 19, 1838, and married Sept. 1858, to the Rev. J. W. D. Hernaman, one of H. M. Inspectors of Schools. Mrs. Hernaman has composed more than 150 hymns, a great proportion of which are for children, and also some translations from the Latin. Her publications include:— (1) The Child's Book of Praise; A Manual of Devotion in Simple Verse by C. F. H. Edited by the Rev. James Skinner, M.A., &c, 1873 ; (2) The Story of the Resurrection 1879; (3) Christmas Story, 1881; (4) Christmas Carols for Children, 1st series, 1884; 2nd series, 1885; (5) The Way of the Cross, a Metrical Litany, 1885; (6) Hymns for the S… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Behold, behold, he cometh
Original Language: Latin
Author: Claudia Frances Hernaman
Language: English
Copyright: Copyright 1947, St. Gregory Guild, Inc. by permission of G.I.A. Publications, Inc.

Notes

Translated from the Latin

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 8 of 8)

Praise in Song #d17

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Songs of Pilgrimage #1278

The Ordinary of the Mass and a Complete Manual of Hymns for Parochial Schools #d38

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The Sunday-School Hymnal and Service Book (Ed. A) #206

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Vatican II Hymnal #1

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Voices of Praise #36

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