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Now the Day Is Over

Author: S. Baring-Gould Meter: Appears in 907 hymnals Topics: Evening hymns; Children's Hymns for Children; Dismissal; Evening hymns; Service Music Closing Sentences

Speak, Lord, in the Stillness

Author: Emily Crawford Meter: Appears in 33 hymnals Topics: Jesus Christ Teacher; Intercession; Prayer Hymns of
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Glory Be to Jesus

Author: E. Caswall, 1814-78 Meter: Appears in 194 hymnals First Line: Glory be to Jesus, Who in bitter pains Lyrics: 1 Glory be to Jesus, Who in bitter pains Poured for me the life-blood From His sacred veins! 2 Grace and life eternal In that blood I find; Blest be His compassion, Infinitely kind! 3 Blest through endless ages Be the precious stream Which from endless torments Did the world redeem. 4 Abel's blood for vengeance Pleaded to the skies; But the blood of Jesus For our pardon cries. 5 Oft as earth exulting Wafts its praise on high, Angel hosts rejoicing Make their glad reply. 6 Lift we, then, our voices, Swell the mighty flood; Louder still and louder Praise the precious blood! Topics: Passion of Christ Scripture: Hebrews 9:11-12 Used With Tune: WEM IN LEIDENSTAGEN Text Sources: Italian, 18th cent.

Jesus, Stand Among Us

Author: W. Pennefather Meter: Appears in 61 hymnals First Line: Jesus, stand among us In thy risen power

Father, now behold us

Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith (born 1926) Meter: Appears in 3 hymnals Topics: God's Church Christian Initiation; Trinity Sunday The Trinity Used With Tune: NORTH COATES

We Sing of Your Glory

Author: S. T. Kimbrough Jr. Meter: Appears in 3 hymnals Topics: The Glory of the Triune God Praise and Thanksgiving Scripture: Deuteronomy 32:11 Used With Tune: RIO DE LA PLATA Text Sources: Latin American trad.

Listen to My Cry, Lord

Author: Henrietta Ten Harmsel Meter: Appears in 3 hymnals Topics: Church Year Lent; Church Year Passion/Palm Sunday; Church Year Transfiguration; Cry to God; Enemies; Exile; God as Refuge; God as Shelter; God as King; God's Safety; God's Will; God's Wings; God's Face; God's Love; God's Presence; God's Protection; God's Strength; Grace; Lament General; Longing for God; Mercy; Mocking; New Creation; People of God / Church Citizens of Heaven; People of God / Church Suffering; Prayer Answer to; Prayer; Remnant of Isarel; Rest; Sorrow; Temptation And Trial; Truth; Vows Scripture: Psalm 61 Used With Tune: WEM IN LEIDENSTAGEN

Lamb of God Unblemished

Author: Howell Elvet Lewis Meter: Appears in 1 hymnal

Glory in the highest!

Meter: Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: Glory in the highest! Hark, what angels sing Lyrics: Glory in the highest! Hark, what angels sing: Was there e'er such music Borne on rising wing? See, the gates of heaven On their portals rise, And the song that charms us Comes from Paradise. Glory in the highest! Christ our Lord is born; Hail His glorious advent On this happy morn; Ages long have waited 'Mid their brooding ills; Now the herald-voices Wake the silent hills. 73 Herdsmen in their watching Lift their eyes amazed; Sages from the sunland At the starlight gazed; And they bear their treasures, Gold for diadem, Meet to crown the Monarch Born at Bethlehem. Glory in the highest! With the sages bring What is best and fairest For an offering; Lay before the manger Where the Infant lies, All your heart's devotion, Love's best sacrifice.

Holy Spirit, hear us, Help us while we sing

Author: William H. Parker Meter: Appears in 65 hymnals


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