O let the heart beat high with blissTranslator: Percy Dearmer
Published in 4 hymnals
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1 O let the heart beat high with bliss,
Yea, let it triumph at the sound
Of Jesus’ name, so sweet it is,
For every joy therein is found.
2 The name that comforteth in woe,
The name of Jesus healing sin,
The name that curbs the powers below
And drives away the death within:
3 The name that soundeth ever sweet
In speech or verse or holy song,
And bids us run with willing feet
Consoled, and comforted, and strong.
4 Then let the name of Jesus ring
With lofty praise in every place;
Let heart and voice together sing--
That name shall every ill efface.
5 Ah! Jesus, health of sinful men,
Give ear unto our loving prayer;
Guide thou our wandering feet again,
And hold our doings in thy care.
6 O Jesus, of a Virgin born,
Immortal honor be to thee;
Praise to the Father infinite,
And Holy Ghost eternally. Amen.
Source: The New English Hymnal #153a
|Instances (1 - 3 of 3)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|The Cyber Hymnal #5085||O Let the Heart Beat High with Bliss||O let the heart beat high with bliss||TRURO||Percy Dearmer||LM||15th Century <cite>Trim Breviary</cite> at Trinity College, Dublin (Book 3, number 12). Also in the <cite>Sarum</cite> of 1494, the <cite>Hereford</cite> of 1505, and the <cite>Aberdeen</cite> of 1510; translation in <cite>The English Hymnal</cite> (London: Oxford University Press, 1906), number 237|
|The New English Hymnal #153a||O let the heart beat high with bliss||EXULTET COR||Percy Dearmer, 1867-1936||1986||The Naming of Jesus or The Circumcision of Christ | January 1st; Office Hymn | ; The Christian Year | Festivals and Other Holy Days: Proper||Latin, 15th century|
|The New English Hymnal #153b||O let the heart beat high with bliss||CROMER||Percy Dearmer, 1867-1936||1986||The Naming of Jesus or The Circumcision of Christ | January 1st; Office Hymn | ; The Christian Year | Festivals and Other Holy Days: Proper||Latin, 15th century|