1 Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace,
True God and Man art Thou!
Our mighty help in life and death,
O hear and help us now!
'Tis through Thy name alone we claim
The mercy of Thy Father.
2 The times are sore and perilous
With heavy woes and wars,
Whence no man can deliver us;
But do Thou plead our cause,
That God may lay His wrath away,
Nor deal with us in anger.
3 We have deserved, and patiently
Would bear, whate'er Thou wilt;
But grace is mightier far with Thee,
Than all our sin and guilt;
Forgive us then, dear Lord, again;
Thy love is ever faithful.
Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #496
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal #153||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace||1880||The Church Year | ; National Humiliation and Thanksgiving | Humiliation|
|American Lutheran Hymnal #496||Lord Jesus Christ, The Prince Of Peace||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace||RESIGNATION||Catherine Winkworth; Jacob Ebert||8 6 8 6 8 6||1930||Humiliation ||
|Chorale Book for England, The #182||Lord Jesu Christ, the Prince of Peace||Lord Jesu Christ, the Prince of Peace||Ebert, d. 1614||1863|
|Evangelical Lutheran hymnal: with music #153||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace||Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace||RESIGNATION||Jacob Ebert; Catherine Winkworth||No. 50||1908||The Church Year | National Humiliation|