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The Prince of peace is come! Ye nations, shout and sing

The Prince of peace is come! Ye nations, shout and sing

Author: John Needham
Tune: CHRISMATA
Published in 8 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 The Prince of Peace is come,
Ye nations shout and sing;
Let men and angels join their songs,
To hail this glorious King.

2 He takes the servant’s form;
He lays His glory by;
His heavenly Father’s bosom leaves,
And throne of majesty.

3 Light of the world He comes,
The blind receive their sight;
The mind now feels His gladdening ray,
And all within is light.

4 Physician blest He came,
And well employs His art;
With ease He makes the bruisèd whole,
And heals the broken heart.

5 His tears, His sighs and pains
Ease to the wounded give;
The kind physician dies to make
The dying patients live.

6 The great Redeemer comes,
And sounds a jubilee:
He burst the prison doors, and bids
The captive souls go free.

7 Evangelist divine,
He makes the Gospel known;
The poor the joyful tidings hear,
And their great prophet own.

8 Whilst gracious God I hear
Thy Gospel’s joyful sound,
May my glad heart, my tongue, my life,
Be all obedience found.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9462

Author: John Needham

Needham, John, was the son of John Needham, Baptist Minister, of Hitchin, Herts, but the date of his birth is unknown. He would doubtless be educated by his father, who was a tutor and in repute as a learned man. In 1750 Needham became co-pastor with John Beddome at the Baptist meetinghouse in the Pithay, Bristol; but, two years later, Beddome having retired through age, a violent controversy arose in the Church with regard to a continuance of the plan of co-pastorship. As the result, Needham and a number of his friends removed to a Baptist meetinghouse in Callowhill Street, where a Mr. Foot was pastor. For a time the two societies used the same builing at different hours, but in 1755 they were united, with Mr. Needham and Mr. Foot as co-pa… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The Prince of peace is come! Ye nations, shout and sing
Author: John Needham
Language: English
Publication Date: 1846
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #9462
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  • Noteworthy Composer Score (NWC)

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