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In his temple now behold him

Representative Text

1 In His temple now behold Him;
See the long-expected Lord!
Ancient prophets had foretold him;
God hath now fulfilled His word.
Now to praise Him, His redeemèd
Shall break forth with one accord.

2 In the arms of her who bore Him,
Virgin pure, behold Him lie,
While His aged saints adore Him,
Ere in perfect faith they die:
Alleluia! Alleluia!
Lo, the incarnate God most high!

3 Jesus, by Thy Presentation,
Thou, Who didst for us endure,
Make us see Thy great salvation,
Seal us with Thy promise sure;
And present us in Thy glory
To Thy Father cleansed and pure.

4 Prince and author of salvation,
Be Thy boundless love our theme!
Jesus, praise to Thee be given
By the world Thou didst redeem,
With the Father and the Spirit,
Lord of majesty supreme!

Amen.

The Hymnal: revised and enlarged as adopted by the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1892

Author: H. J. Pye

Pye, Henry John, M.A., son of H. J. Pye, of Clifton Hall, Staffordshire, was born circa 1825, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 1848, M.A. 1852.) Taking Holy Orders in 1850, he was presented by his father in 1851 to the Rectory of Clifton-Campville, Staffordshire. In 1868 he, together with his wife (only daughter of Bishop S. Wilberforce), joined the Roman Catholic Church. Mr. Pye published Two Lectures on the Church, 1852; Short Ecclesiastical History, 1854; and various Sermons. He also compiled a book of Hymns for use at Clifton-Campville in 1851. To that collection he contributed a few hymns, including:— 1. In His temple now behold Him. Purification of Blessed Virgin Mary. This hymn was repeated, in a slightly al… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In his temple now behold him
Author: H. J. Pye (1851)
Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7
Language: English

Tune

ST. THOMAS (Wade)

This tune is likely the work of the composer named here, but has also been attributed to others as shown in the instances list above.

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WESTMINSTER ABBEY


REGENT SQUARE (Smart)

Henry T. Smart (PHH 233) composed REGENT SQUARE for the Horatius Bonar (PHH 260) doxology "Glory be to God the Father." The tune was first published in the English Presbyterian Church's Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship (1867), of which Smart was music editor. Because the text editor of that hymna…

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Timeline

Media

The Cyber Hymnal #2833
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Instances

Instances (1 - 11 of 11)
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Breaking Bread (Vol. 39) #208

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Christian Worship #77

Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition #193

TextAudioPage Scan

Evangelical Lutheran Worship #417

Journeysongs (2nd ed.) #506

TextPage Scan

Journeysongs (3rd ed.) #488

TextPage Scan

Lutheran Service Book #519

Text

Lutheran Worship #186

Text

Moravian Book of Worship #314

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RitualSong (2nd ed.) #967

TextScoreAudio

The Cyber Hymnal #2833

Include 39 pre-1979 instances
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