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Christians, lo, the star appeareth

Christians, lo, the star appeareth

Author: James A. Blaisdell
Published in 24 hymnals

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1. Christians, lo, the star appeareth;
Lo ’tis yet Messiah’s day;
Still with tribute treasure laden
Come the wise men on their way.

2. Where a life is spent in service,
Walking where the Master trod,
There is scattered myrrh most fragrant
For the blessèd Christ of God.

3. Whoso bears his brother’s burden,
Whoso shares another’s woe,
Brings his frankincense to Jesus
With the men of long ago.

4. When we soothe earth’s weary children
Tending best the least of them,
’Tis the Lord himself we worship,
Bringing gold to Bethlehem.

5. Christians, lo, the star appeareth
Leading still the ancient way;
Christians, onward with your treasure;
It is still Messiah’s day.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #911

Author: James A. Blaisdell

James Arnold Blaisdell (1867-1957) was a minister, theologian and most notably the third president of Pomona College (1910-1927) and founder and “Head Fellow” of the Claremont Colleges (1927-1935). See also: Wikipedia article  Go to person page >

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First Line: Christians, lo, the star appeareth
Author: James A. Blaisdell

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The Cyber Hymnal #911
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