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O Boundless Joy! There Is Salvation

Author: J. T. Mueller; Ph. Fr. Hiller, 1699-1769 Hymnal: American Lutheran Hymnal #137 (1930) Meter: 9.8.9.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: American Lutheran Hymnal Lyrics: 1 O boundless joy! There is salvation For me, a sinner, vile and base. Though all unworthy of compassion, I oft have spurned the Savior's grace, Yet love prevailed, and mercy mild Sought out the lost and erring child. 2 Wrath should be mine and condemnation, And hell with all its endless pain! Yet here is heaven and salvation, Christ's saving blood to make me clean. O why such priceless gifts for me? 'Tis mercy, mercy vast and free! 3 O Lord, forever and forever, My ransomed soul should voice Thy praise! To Thy great mercy, blessed Savior, My ever-grateful hymns I raise. O wondrous Gospel, holy theme! Christ came us sinners to redeem! 4 O Mercy! never shall Thy glory Be dimmed by time and fade away. My hope is rooted in Thy story, With Thee I fear not when I pray, With Thee I dread no earthly loss, With Thee I bear each painful cross. 5 With Thee, when death's dark clouds shall lower, I take my journey not alone; With Thy sustaining hope and power, I come before the judgment throne, And there in endless praise of Thee I'll sing through all eternity. Topics: The Means of Grace Faith and Justification Languages: English Tune Title: SALVATION BY GRACE
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Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten

Hymnal: Deutsches Lieder- und Melodienbuch, mit einem Anhang englisher Lieder #212 (1895) Hymnal Title: Deutsches Lieder- und Melodienbuch, mit einem Anhang englisher Lieder Languages: German Tune Title: [Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten]
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Now I have found the firm foundation

Author: Johann Andreas Rothe; G. F. Krotel Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #251 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 Now I have found the firm foundation, Where evermore my anchor grounds! It lay there ere the world's creation, Where else, but in my Savior's wounds? Foundation, which unmoved shall stay, When earth and heaven pass away. 2 It is that mercy never ending Which all conception far transcends, Of Him, who, love's arms extending, To wretched sinners condescends; Whose heart with pity still doth break, Whether we seek Him or forsake. 3 Our ruin God has not intended, He wills salvation to bestow; For this the Son to earth descended, And then to heaven again returned; For this so loudly evermore He knocketh at our heart’s closed door. 4 O depth of love, in which, past finding, My sins through Christ's blood disappear; This is for wounds the safest binding, There is no condemnation here; For Jesus’ blood forever cries: Free mercy, mercy, to the skies! 5 I never will forget this crying; In faith I’ll trust it all my days, And, when o’er all my sins I’m sighing, I toward my Father’s heart will gaze; This always doth to me extend A mercy the will never end. 6 Be it with me as He is willing, Whose mercy is a boundless sea; May He himself my heart be stilling, That this may ne'er forgotten be; Then it will rest, in joy and woe, On mercy, while it beats below. 7 On this foundation, I, unshrinking, Will stand, while I on earth remain; This shall engage my acting, thinking, While I the breath of life retain; Then sin I in eternity, Unfathomed Mercy, still of Thee. Topics: The Catechism Justification; Septuagesima Languages: English Tune Title: SALVATION BY GRACE (Aus Gnaden soll ich selig werden)
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By grace I'm saved - grace free and boundless!

Author: C. L. Scheit; Rev. Matthias Loy, D. D. Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal #252 (1908) Hymnal Title: Evangelical Lutheran hymnal Lyrics: 1 By grace I'm saved—grace free and boundless! My heart, believ'st thou this or not? Why trembliest thou with terror groundless? Has ever God a falsehood taught? His Word is true—then this must be: By grace there is a crown for thee. 2 By grace! our works are all rejected, All claims of merit pass for naught; The mighty Savior, long expected, To us this blissful truth has brought, That He by death redeems our race, And we are saved alone by grace. 3 By grace! mark well this phrase's meaning, When sin rolls sorrows o'er thy breast, When Satan threats with pride o'erweening, When troubled conscience sighs for rest; What reason ne'er can comprehend It pleases God by grace to send. 4 By grace His Son, on earth appearing, Vouchsafed beneath thy woe to bend; Hadst thou, damnation justly fearing, Done aught to render Him thy friend? Was't not that He thy welfare sought, And but by grace deliverance wrought? 5 By grace! this ground of our salvation As long as God is true endures: What saints have penned by inspiration, What God to our poor souls secures, What all our faith must rest upon, Is grace, free grace through His dear Son. 6 By grace! but think not, thou who livest Securely on in godless ways, That thou, though all are called, receivest The promised rest that wakes our praise: By grace none find in heaven a place Who live in sin in hope of grace. 7 By grace! They who have heard this sentence Must bid hypocrisy farewell; For only after deep repentance The soul what grace imports can tell; To sin while grace a trifle seems, To faith it bright with glory beams. 8 By grace! the timid hearts that languish, Find access to the Father's heart, When conflicts fierce and bitter anguish Bid all their joy and hopes depart. Where, ofttimes, should I strength obtain, Did grace my anchor not remain! 9 By grace! on this in death I'll rest me, Rejoicing e'en though feeling naught; I know my sin—it oft oppressed me— But Him, too, who my soul hath bought: My heart exults—grief flees apace— Because my soul is saved by grace. 10 By grace! O sin and Satan hear it! I bear my flag of faith on hand, And pass, in spite of doubts, nor fear it, The Red Sea to the promised land; I hold the Word my Savior taught As certain, whether felt or not. Topics: The Catechism Justification; Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: SALVATION BY GRACE (Aus Gnaden soll ich selig werden)
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Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten

Author: G. Neumark Hymnal: Evangelisches Gesangbuch. Die kleine Palme, mit Anhang #253 (1895) Hymnal Title: Evangelisches Gesangbuch. Die kleine Palme, mit Anhang Languages: German Tune Title: [Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten]
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Es liegt die Macht in meinen Händen

Author: Meta Heusser-schweizer Hymnal: Evangeliums-Lieder 1 und 2 (Gospel Hymns) #314 (1897) Hymnal Title: Evangeliums-Lieder 1 und 2 (Gospel Hymns) Languages: German Tune Title: [Es liegt die Macht in meinen Händen]
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Aus Gnaden soll ich selig werden

Author: Scheidt Hymnal: Gesangbuch für deutche Gemeinden #367 (1901) Hymnal Title: Gesangbuch für deutche Gemeinden Languages: German Tune Title: [Aus Gnaden soll ich selig werden]
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Dem König, welcher Blut und Leben

Author: E. G. Woltersdorf Hymnal: Gute Botschaft #56 (1911) Hymnal Title: Gute Botschaft Languages: German Tune Title: [Dem König, welcher Blut und Leben]
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Dem König, welcher Blut und Leben

Author: E. G. Woltersdorf Hymnal: Jugendharfe #101 (1894) Hymnal Title: Jugendharfe Languages: German Tune Title: [Dem König, welcher Blut und Leben]

Lo, God Is Here!

Author: John Wesley, 1703-1791; Gerhard Tersteegen, 1697-1769 Hymnal: Pilgrim Hymnal #499 (1958) Hymnal Title: Pilgrim Hymnal First Line: Lo, God is here! Let us adore Languages: English Tune Title: AUS GNADEN SOLL ICH

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