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Thus Hath The Son Of Jesse Said

Author: Philip Doddridge Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal Text Sources: Published posthumously in Hymns Founded on Various Texts in the Holy Scriptures, by Job Orton (J. Eddowes and J. Cotton, 1755)

Jesus, Who From Thy Father's Throne

Author: William Birchley Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 2 hymnals
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How Good and Pleasant Is the Sight

Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 7 hymnals Lyrics: 1 How good and pleasant is the sight when brethren make it their delight to dwell in blest accord; such love is like anointing oil that consecrates for holy toil the servants of the Lord. 2 Such love in peace and joy distills as o’er the slopes of Hermon’s hills refreshing dew descends; the Lord commands his blessing there, and they that walk in love shall share in life that never ends. 3 How good and pleasant is the sight when brethren make it their delight to dwell in blest accord; the Lord commands his blessing there, and they that walk in love shall share in life that never ends. Topics: Church Unity of; Christian Friendship Scripture: Psalm 133 Used With Tune: PRESSLY Text Sources: The Psalter, 1912

How Blest Are Hearts, Which Christ The Lord

Author: Christopher Wordsworth Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 How blest are hearts, which Christ the Lord Has joined, as with a silver cord, In spousal unity; And animated are with love, And inspirations from above, O Holy Ghost, by Thee! 2 When angels sang creation’s birth, Man, fashioned from the dust of earth, In Eden was alone; But God made Eve from Adam’s side, And brought her to him as a bride, And willed them to be one. 3 O holy wedlock, ratified In Heav’n; a knot for ever tied By God in paradise; O happiness beyond compare, What tongues of angels to declare Thy blessedness suffice? 4 Anthems angelical were heard, When Christ, the Everlasting Word, To wed His spouse did come, And take His consecrated bride, Cleansed by the life-blood from His side, Unto His heav’nly home. 5 At Cana’s feast, that heav’nly Guest Did first His Godhead manifest, And water change to wine; In wedlock, tears of sorrowing earth Are changed to wine of heav’nly mirth, By power and love divine. 6 Mirrored in nuptial purity The marriage of the Church we see, And Christ the Bridegroom’s love; Angels look down, and anthems sing, The Holy Dove, with golden wing, Sheds blessings from above. 7 Bless, ever bless, Thy servants, Lord, Whom Thou dost join in sweet accord. The bridegroom and the bride; In sorrow, sickness, and in health, In tribulation and in wealth, Be Thou their help and guide. 8 Be with them, Lord, as day by day They with one heart together pray, Thy Word together read, Together at Thine altar kneel, And with Thy blood their union seal, On Thee together feed. 9 May they for ever have Thee near, Making them to Thyself more dear, And each to each in Thee; So, when from earthly cares released, May they at Thine own marriage feast Be blest eternally. 10 To Father, whose paternal love Sends benedictions from above, Eternal praises be; And God the Son, Incarnate Word, With Holy Spirit, be adored; One God and Persons Three. Text Sources: The Holy Year (London: Rivingtons: 1862)

Quereis o que não pode ser?

Author: Charles Wesley; Joan Larie Sutton Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Quereis o que não pode ser

Light Of The World

Author: Charles Wesley Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 8 hymnals First Line: Light of the world, Thy beams I bless Topics: The Christian Life; Christian Maturity Trust And Confidence Scripture: 1 Peter 1:21

Happy the Men Who Jesus Knows

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 2 hymnals Lyrics: 1. Happy the men who Jesus knows, Who humbly walk with God below, His secret voice attend. From all tumultuous passion free, Their Guide invisible they see, And commune with their Friend. 2. O that I thus on Christ reclined, His quiet, meek, and even mind Might with Himself possess: I want the faith which works by hope, Which calmly to its Lord looks up, And waits for perfect peace. 3. Jesus, on me the power bestow To work, or rest, stand still, or go, As Thy design I feel: Redeemed from nature's hurrying strife, I would not take one step in life Without a beck from Thee. 4. No longer rash to act, or speak, To think or judge, I only seek To know Thine utmost will. I set my God a time no more, The Kingdom when Thou wilt restore, And all Thy love reveal. Used With Tune: VENETIA

They Come From Far A King To Seek

Author: Isabella J. Postgate Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 They come from far a king to seek, They find a babe and maiden meek, In low-roofed oxen stall: Yet rightly richest gifts they bring, For truly this Babe is King of all kings, The God and Lord of all. 2 Bright gold one offers now to Him, Whose glory makes the fine gold dim, His kingly state to show; And myrrh the bitter hour of strife, When He, who giveth all things life, In death’s dust lieth low. 3 One offers frankincense sweet and rare, The symbol meet of praise and prayer, Before the cradle-throne; For surely God is in this place, And in the blessèd Infant’s face The might of God is shown. 4 Lord, grant us, as the kings of old, By faith the glory to behold Which Thy poor form doth veil; Within the stable’s narrow bound To know a spot of holy ground And kneel our God to hail: 5 That, in dark shades of sinful night, Since Thou dost call us to Thy light, We may no longer roam; But, lifting heart and eyes to Heav’n, We follow the sign Thy love hath giv’n Until the star leads us home! Used With Tune: HABAKKUK Text Sources: A Christmas Legend, and Other Verses, 1899, alt.
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Ave Maria! blessèd Maid!

Author: J. Keble, 1792-1866 Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 4 hymnals

May We Thy Precepts, Lord, Fulfill

Author: Edward Osler Meter: 8.8.6 D Appears in 34 hymnals Topics: Likeness to Christ Used With Tune: MERIBAH


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