(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

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(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100. This is S S & S, otherwise known as Sacred Songs and Solos. It is a collection of spiritual worship hymns and songs for churches. Students use it in their assembly in many Christian schools.

S S & S songs are up to 1,000 hymns and counting. For the sake of convenience, we are splitting them into hundreds.



SS & S 51 Only Jesus feels and knows

  1. Only Jesus feels and knows
    All the weight of human woes;
    Full and free His mercy flows,–
    Blessed, blessed Jesus!
    Oh, that Name we love to hear,
    Name above all others dear!
    How it calms our every fear!
    Blessed, blessed Jesus!

2.  Only Jesus looks within,
Sees our hearts and all our sin;
Only He can make us clean ;
Blessed, blessed Jesus!

3.  Only Jesus answers prayer,
Lighter makes the cross we bear,
Bids us cast on Him our care ;
Blessed, blessed Jesus!

4 Safe in Him our souls abide,
Safe His hand our steps will guide,
Till we sing beyond the tide,
Blessed, blessed Jesus!



SS & S 52 Come near me, O my Saviour

  1. Come near me, O my Saviour!
    Thy tenderness reveal ;
    Oh, let me know the sympathy
    Which Thou for me dost feel!
    need Thee every moment ;
    Thine absence brings dismay ;
    But when the tempter hurls his darts,
    ‘Twere death with Thee away!

 

2.  Come near me, my Redeemer,
And never leave my side!
My bark, when tossed on trouble’s sea
The storm cannot outride,
Unless Thy word of power quell ;
Arrest the surging wave,
No voice but Thine its rage can
No arm but Thine can save!

 

3  Come near me, blessed Jesus!
I need Thee in my joy.
No less than when the direst ills
My happiness destroy;
For when the sun shines o’er me,
And flowers strew my way,
Without Thy wise and guiding hand,
More easily I stray.

 

4  Be near me, mighty Saviour,
When comes the latest strife!
For Thou hast through death’s
shadows passed,
And ope’d the gates of life;
And when among the ransomed
I stand with crown and palm,
To Thee, Divine, unfailing Friend,
I’ll raise th’ eternal psalm!



SS & S 53 Oh where is He that trod the sea

  1. Oh where is He that trod the sea?
    Oh where is He that spake,
    And demons from their victims flee,
    The dead their slumber break?
    The palsied rise in freedom strong,
    The dumb men talk and sing,
    And from blind eyes, benighted long,
    Bright beams of morning spring.

2 Oh where is He that trod the sea ?
‘Tis only He can save ;
To thousands hungering wearily made,
A wondrous meal He gave :
The Word, who all the worlds had
To His own creatures spake;
‘Twas spring-tide when He blest the bread,
And harvest when He brake.

3 Oh where is He that trod the sea ?
My soul, the Lord is here !
Let all thy fears be hushed in thee,
Be thine to know Him near :
Thy utmost needs He’ll satisfy:
Art thou diseased or dumb,
Or dost thou in thy hunger cry ?
I come, saith Christ, I come !

SS & S 54 Come, sing the sweet song of the ages —

  1. Come, sing the sweet song of the
    ages —
    The song of Immanuel sing!
    There comes through the portals eternal
    An anthem of praise to the King!
    Then loud let our carols of gladness
    Re-echo the song of the skies ;
    Once more to the tidings of glory
    The earth in its fulness replies.

2. Foretold by the word of the prophets ;
Decreed by the wisdom of God ;
We hail the fulfillment of mercy,
We praise our Redeemer and Lord.

 

3 The centuries sing of His coming ;
The nations His wonders proclaim ;
And ever-increasing in glory,
We sing of His wonderful name.
4 The song that is sweetest and noblest
We sing to the Lord we adore ;
And crown Him who comes to
redeem us —
Immanuel, King evermore!



SS &S 55 She only touched the hem of His

  1. She only touched the hem of His garment
    As to His side she stole,
    Amid the crowd that gathered around Him;
    And straightway she was whole.
    Oh, touch the hem of His garment!
    And thou, too, shalt be free ;
    His saving power this very hour
    Shall give new life to thee!

2.  She came in fear and trembling
before Him,
She knew her Lord had come ;
She felt that from Him virtue had
healed her ;
The mighty deed was done.

3 He turned with Daughter, be of good comfort,
Thy faith hath made thee whole !
And peace that passeth all under-standing
With gladness filled her soul.

ss & s 56 Like some sweet bird that upward flies,

  1. Like some sweet bird that upward
    flies,
    My soul to heavenly heights would rise
    And while I mount to worlds above,
    Would sing of Christ’s redeeming love.
    Redeeming love, . . . redeeming love ! . . .
    The grandest theme, all themes above ;
    My soul with joy . . . her wings would prove,
    And sing of Christ’s redeeming love.

2 Like some sweet flower of spring that wakes,
When sun and shower its slumber breaks,
My soul would rise from doubt and gloom,
And in His love eternal bloom.

3 Redeeming love ! oh, can it be
That Jesus shed His blood for me ?
His glorious name I will adore,
And praise and bless Him evermore.

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SS & S 57 Safe in the arms of Jesus

  1. Safe in the arms of Jesus,
    Safe on His gentle breast,
    Thereby His love o’ershaded,
    Sweetly my soul shall rest.
    Hark ! ’tis the voice of angels
    Borne in a song to me,
    Over the fields of glory,

Over the jasper sea.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on His gentle breast ;
There by His love o’ershaded,
Sweetly my soul shall rest.

2 Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe from corroding care,
Safe from the world’s temptations,
Sin cannot harm me there.
Free from the blight of sorrow,
Free from my doubts and fears ;
Only a few more trials,
Only a few more tears.

3 Jesus, my heart’s dear refuge,
Jesus has died for me;
Firm on the Rock of Ages
Ever my trust shall be.
Here let me wait with patience,
Wait till the night is o’er;
Wait till I see the morning
Break on the golden shore.

SS & S 58 Can it be that Jesus bought me

  1. Can it be that Jesus bought me,
    And on the shameful cross atoned for me,
    Loved me, chose me ere I knew Him?
    Oh, what a precious, precious
    Friend is He!
    Oh, it is wonderful, very, very wonderful,
    All His grace so rich and free!
    Oh, it is wonderful, very, very wonderful,
    All His love and grace to me!

2 Praise His name, He sought and
found me, [brought me near;
Saved me from wandering and
Freely now His grace bestowing,
Jesus is growing unto me more dear.

3 Oh, how long He had been waiting,
Waiting the dawning of the precious hour,
When I should at last be yielding,
Yielding to Jesus every ransomed power.

4 From that hour He has been seeking
How He may fill me with His
precious love ;
How He may through grace transform me,
Meet for the fellowship of saints above.



SS & S 59 In tenderness He sought me

  1. In tenderness He sought me,
    Weary and sick with sin,
    And on His shoulders brought me
    Back to His fold again ;
    While angels in His presence sang
    Until the courts of heaven rang.

Oh, the love that sought me!
Oh, the blood that bought me!
Oh, the grace that brought me to the fold!
Wondrous grace that brought me to the fold!

2 lie found me bruised and dying,
And poured in oil and wine ;
He whispered to assure me,
I’ve found thee — thou art
Mine!
I never heard a sweeter voice,
It made my aching heart rejoice!

3 He pointed to the nail-prints,
For me His blood was shed ;
A mocking crown so thorny
Was placed upon His head,
I wondered what He saw in me
To suffer such deep agony.

4 Fro sitting in His presence,
The sunshine of His face,
While with adoring wonder
His blessings I retrace.
It seems as if eternal days
Are far too short to sound His praise.

5 So while the hours are passing,
All now is perfect rest ;
I’m waiting for the morning,
The brightest and the best,
When He will call us to His side,
To be with Him, His spotless Bride.

60 SS & S Jesus, the very thought of Thee

  1. Jesus, the very thought of Thee
    With sweetness fills my breast;
    But sweeter far Thy face to see,
    And in Thy presence rest.

2 Nor voice can sing, nor heart can frame,
Nor can the memory find
A sweeter sound than Thy blest name,
O Saviour of mankind !

3 Oh hope of every contrite heart !
Oh, joy of all the meek !
To those who fall, how kind Thou art !
How good to those who seek !

4 And those who find Thee, find a bliss
Nor tongue nor pen can show ;
The love of Jesus,what it is
None but His loved ones know.
5 Jesus ! our only joy be Thou,
As Thou our prize wilt be;
Jesus ! be Thou our glory now,
And through eternity.

 SS & S 61 Master, the tempest is raging

Master, the tempest is raging!
The billows are tossing high I
The sky is o’er-shadowed with blackness
No shelter or help is nigh:,
Carest Thou not that we perish?
How canst Thou lie asleep,
When each moment so madly is threatening
A grave in the angry deep?
The winds and the waves shall obey My will!
Peace ! …be stilt ! . . .
Whether the wrath of the storm-tost sea.
Or demons, or men, or whatever it be,
No waters can swallow the ship where lies
The Master of ocean, and earth, and skies :
They all shall sweetly obey My will ;
Peace ! be still! Peace ! be still!
They all shall sweetly obey My will ;
Peace I peace ! be still!

 

2 Master, with anguish of spirit
I bow in my grief to-day;
The depths of my sad heart arc troubled ;
Oh, waken and save, I pray!
Torrents of sin and of anguish
Sweep o’er my sinking soul ;
And I perish! I perish! dear Master :
Oh, hasten, and take control.

3 Master, the terror is over,
The elements sweetly rest ;
Earth’s sun in the calm lake is mirrored,
And heaven’s within my breast ;
Linger, O blessed Redeemer,
Leave me alone no more :
And with joy I shall make the blest harbour,
And rest on the blissful shore.

SS & S 62 He is seeking for the lost

1. He is seeking for the lost,
For the lone and tempest-tost,
Hear the tender Shepherd calling day by day; . . .
Over the mountain, hill, and plain,
He is seeking for the wanderers far away.

Far away, . .  . far away, . . . He is seeking for the wanderers gone astray; . . .
Over the mountain, hill, and plain in the sunshine and the rain,
Hear the Shepherd tenderly calling day by day.

2. See His feet, all bleeding, torn,
Pierced with many cruel thorn,
While He struggles thro’ the valleys chill and lone; . .  .
But He presses eager on,
All the rocks and caves among,
Ever seeking to reclaim and save His own.

3. Oh, the night is closing round,
Have the lost ones all been found?
Are they coming from the mountains dark and cold?. . .
Let us heed the Shepherd’s voice,
Let us follow and rejoice,
While He leads us, gently leads us to the fold.

 



SS & S 63 Jesus, Thy boundless love to me

1. Jesus, Thy boundless love to me
No thought can reach, no tongue declare;
Oh, knit my thankful heart to Thee,
And reign without a rival there!
Thine wholly, Thine alone I am;
Lord, with thy love my heart inflame.

2. Oh, grant that nothing in my soul
May dwell, but Thy pure love alone!
Oh, may Thy love possess me whole-
My joy, my treasure, and my crown!
All coldness from my heart remove;
May every act, word, thought, be love.

3. O Love, how cheering is Thy ray!
All pain before Thy presence flies;
Care, anguish, sorrow, melt away,
Where’er Thy healing beams arise;
O Jesus, nothing may I see,
Nothing desire, or seek, but Thee.

4. In suffering be Thy love my peace;
In weakness be Thy love my power;
And when the storms of life shall cease,
Jesus, in that important hour,
In death, as life, be Thou my Guide,
And save me who for me hast died.

 

 

SS & S 64 Tenderly the shepherd

1. Tenderly the shepherd,
O’er the mountains cold,
Goes to bring his lost one
Back to His fold.

Seeking to save, seeking to save;
Lost one, ‘ tis Jesus seeking to save.
Seeking to save, seeking to save;
Lost one, ‘ tis Jesus seeking to save.

2. Patiently the owner
Seeks with earnest care,
In the dust and darkness,
Her treasure rare.

3. Lovingly the father
Sends the news around:
“He once dead now liveth-
Once lost is found.”

 

 

SS & S 65 One there is above all others

1. One there is above all others,
Oh, how He loves!
His is love beyond a brother’s,
Oh, how He loves!
Earthly friends may fail and leave us,
One day soothe, the next day grieve us;
But this Friend will ne’er deceive us;
Oh, how He loves!

2. ‘Tis eternal life to know Him,
Oh, how He loves!
Think, oh think, how much we owe Him.
Oh, how He loves!
With His precious blood He bought us,
In the wilderness He sought us,
To His fold He safely brought us,
Oh, how He loves!

3. Blessed Jesus! Would you know Him?
Oh, how He loves!
Give yourselves entirely to Him,
Oh, how He loves!
Think no longer of the morrow,
From the past new courage borrow,
Jesus carries all your sorrow:
Oh, how He loves!

4. All your sins shall be forgiven,
Oh, how He loves!
Backward shall your foes be driven,
Oh, how He loves!
Best of blessings He’ll provide you,
Naught but good shall e’er betide you,
Safe to glory He will guide you
Oh, how He loves!

 

 

SS & S 66 Who is He in yonder stall

1. Who is He in yonder stall,
At whose feet the shepherds fall?

‘Tis the Lord! O wondrous story!
‘Tis the Lord, the King of Glory!
At His feet we humbly fall-
Crown Him! Crown Him Lord of all!

2. Who is He in deep distress,
Fasting in the wilderness?

3. Who is He the people bless
For His words of gentleness?

4. Who is he to whom they bring
All the sick and sorrowing?

5. Who is He who stands and weeps
At the grave where Lazarus sleeps?

6. Who is He the gathering throng
Greet with loud triumphant song?

7. Lo, at midnight, who is He
Prays in dark Gethsemane?

8. Who is He on yonder tree
Dies in grief and agony?

9. Who is He who from the grave
Comes to succour, help, and save?

10. Who is He who from His throne
Rules through all worlds alone?

 



SS& S 67 Hail to the Lord’s Anointed

1. Hail to the lord’s Anointed,
Great David’s greater son;
Hail in the time appointed,
His reign on earth begun!
He comes to break oppression,
To set the captive free;
To take away transgression,
And rule in equity.

2. He shall come down like showers
Upon the fruitful earth:
And love, joy, hope, like flowers,
Spring in His path to birth.
Before Him on the mountains
Shall peace, the herald, go;
And righteousness on fountains
From hill to valley flow.

3. Kings shall fall down before Him,
And gold and incense bring;
All nations shall adore Him,
Hid praise all people sing.
For He shall have dominion
O’er river, sea, and shore,
For as the eagle’s pinion
Or dove’s light wing can soar.

4. For Him shall prayer unceasing,
And daily vows ascend;
His kingdom still increasing,
A kingdom without end.
The tide of time shall never
His covenant remove;
His name shall stand forever,
That name to us is-Love

 

SS & S 68 Did Christ o’er sinners weep

1. Did Christ o’er sinners weep?
And shall our tears be dry?
Let floods of penitential grief
Burst forth from every eye.

2. The son of God in tears
The wondering angels see:
Be thou astonished, O my soul?
He shed those tears for thee.

3. He wept that we might weep;
Each sin demands a tear:
In heaven alone no sin is found,
And there’s no weeping there.

 

SS & S 69 I will tell you the wonderful story again

1. I will tell you the wonderful story again,
Of Jesus, the mighty to save;
Who purchased salvation for all on the cross,
And triumphed o’er death and the grave.

Oh, hear it again, blessed story of love,
Redemption through Jesus from sin: . . .
He opened the portals of life to my soul,
And tenderly welcomed me in. . .

2. I will tell you the wonderful  again,
Of pardon to all that believe;
And, oh that the Spirit will help you just now,
The message of grace to receive!

3. I will tell you the wonderful story again,
So precious and dear to my heart;
‘Twill give you a comfort the world cannot give,
A joy it can never impart.

4. I will tell you the wonderful story again,
The wonderful story so true:
Oh, haste to the fountain of mercy divine,
Whose waters are flowing for you.

 



SS & S 70 He lives and loves, our Saviour King

1. He lives and loves, our saviour King;
With joyful lips your tribute bring;
Repeat His praise, exalt His Name,
Whose grace and truth are still the same.

His mercy flows, an endless stream,
To all eternity the same;
To all eternity, to all eternity,
To all eternity the same.

2. His hand is strong, His Word endures,
His sacrifice and death He doth redeem,
From sin and death He doth redeem,
His changeless love be all our theme.

3. His hand reveals His constant love,
With “mercies new” from heaven above;
Thro’ ages past His Word hath stood;
Oh, taste and see that He is good!

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

 

SS & S 71 Oh, precious words that Jesus said

1. Oh precious words that Jesus said!-
“The soul that comes to Me,
I will in no wise cast him out,
Whoever he may be.”

“Whoever he may be,
Whoever he may be:
I will in no wise cast him out,
Whoever he may be”.

2. Oh, precious words that Jesus said!-
“Behold, I am the Door;
And all that enters in by Me
Have life for evermore.”

“Have life for evermore,
Have life for evermore;
And all that enter in by Me
Have life for evermore.”

3. Oh, precious words that Jesus said!-
“Come, weary souls oppressed,
Come, take My yoke and learn of Me;
And I will give you rest.”

“And I will give you rest,
And I will give you rest:
Come, take My yoke and learn of Me;
And I will give you rest.”

4. Oh,precious words that Jesus said!-
“The world I overcame;
And they who follow where I lead,
Shall conquer in My name.”

“Shall conquer in My name,
Shall conquer in My name:
And they who follow where I lead,
Shall conquer in My name.”

 

SS & S 72 O Thou precious Saviour

O Thou precious Saviour,
So kind and good to me:
That I might live, thy blood was shed
On Calvary’s cruel tree.

O my precious Saviour,
So wonderfully kind!
Should I search the wide world over,
I could none like Jesus find.

2. O Thou precious Saviour,
To whose kind, loving heart
The burdened soul may tell its grief,
And in Thy love have part.

3. O Thou precious Saviour,
Who suffer’d long for me,
Thy power alone can save from guilt,
From Satan’s yoke set free.

4. O Thou precious Saviour,
Whose love will give the prize,
When life’s toils are o’er, my soul wings on
To realms beyond the skies.

5. O Thou precious Saviour,
Let all my added days
Be spent to serve and honour Thee,
Be spent to bring Thee praise.



SS & S 73 Oh, sweet is the story of Jesus

1. OH, sweet is the story of Jesus,
The wonderful saviour of men.
Who suffered and died for the sinner-
I’ll tell it again and again!

Oh, won – – -derful, wonderful sto – – -ry!
The dear- – -est  that was ever told; . .
I’ll repeat it in glo – – -ry, the wonderful  sto – – – ry
Where I . . . shall His beauty behold.

2. He came from the mansions of glory;
His blood as a ransom He gave
To purchase eternal redemption-
And oh, He is a mighty to save!

3. His mercy flows on like a river;
His love is unmeasured and free;
His grace is for ever sufficient,
It reaches and saves even me.

 

SS & S 74 Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul

1. Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soul!
He’ll ease thee of any burden, make thee whole;
Look up to Him, He only can forgive;
Believe on Him, and thou shalt surely live.

Go and tell Jesus –He only can forgive:
Go and tell Jesus –oh, turn to Him and live!
Go and tell Jesus! go and tell Jesus!
Go and tell Jesus! –He only can forgive.

2. Go and tell Jesus, when your sins arise
Like mountains of dark guilt before your eyes:
His blood was shed, His precious life He gave,
That mercy, peace, and pardon you might have.

3. Go and tell Jesus: He’ll dispel thy fears,
Will claim thy doubts, and wipe away thy tears;
He’ll take thee in His arms, and on His breast
Thou may’st be happy, and for ever blest.

 

SS & S 75 Who came down from heaven to earth

1. WHO came down from heaven to earth?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!
Came a child of lowly birth?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!

Sound the chorus loud and clear-
He hath brought salvation near;
None so precious, none so dear:
Jesus Christ our Saviour!

2. Who was lifted on the tree?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!
There to ransom you and me?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!

3. Who hath promised to forgive?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!
Who hath said, “Believe and live”!
Jesus Christ our Saviour!

4. Who is now enthrone above?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!
Whom should we obey and love?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!

5. Who again from heaven shall come?
Jesus Christ our saviour!
Take to glory all His own?
Jesus Christ our Saviour!



 

SS & S 76 O Love, that passeth knowledge

1. O LOVE, that passeth knowledge,
O Love, whose beams have shone
Through everlasting ages,
From God’s eternal throne:
What power Thy depths can fathom?
What tongue can speak Thy worth?
And yet Thou condescendest
To dwell with men on earth.

O Love, all love excelling;
Unnumbered hosts are telling,
In yonder blissful dwelling,
What Thou for them hast done.

2. O Love, that our redemption
Made perfect through the blood
Of Him whose life was offered,
To bring us near to God;
O Love, that now extendeth
A pardon full and free,
And bends with eyes full of pity
On sinners such as we.

3. We give our hearts’ devotion,
And grateful thanks we bring,
And lift our hearts and voices,
To praise our Lord and king;
O Love, all thought and surpassing,
What will rapture be,
When, safe beyond the river,
Our souls are lost in Thee!

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

 

SS & S 77 What means this eager, anxious throng

1. What means this eager, anxious throng,
Which moves with busy haste along-
These wondrous gatherings day by day:
What means this strange commotion, pray?
In accents hushed the throng reply,
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”

2. Who is this Jesus? Why should He
The city move so mightily?
A passing stranger, has He skill
To move the multitude at will?
Again the stirring tones reply,
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”

3. Jesus! ‘tis He who once below
Man’s pathway trod, ‘mid pain and woe;
And burdened ones, where’er He came,
Brought out their sick, and deaf, and lame:
The blind rejoiced to hear the cry,
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”

4. Again He comes! From place to place
His holy footprints we can trace;
He pauseth at our threshold-nay,
He enters-condescends to stay:
Shall we not gladly raise the cry?-
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”

5. Ho! all ye heavy-laden, come!
Here’s pardon, comfort, rest and home;
Ye wanderers from a Father’s face,
Return, accept His proffered grace;
Ye tempted ones, there’s refuge nigh;
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”

6. But if you still His call refuse,
And all His wondrous love abuse,
Soon will He sadly from you turn,
Your bitter prayer for pardon spurn.
“Too late! too late!” will be the cry-
“Jesus of Nazareth has passed by.”



SS & S 78 Once I was dead in sin

1. Once I was dead in sin,
And hope within me died;
But now I’m dead to sin,
With Jesus crucified.

And can it be that “He loved me,
And gave Himself for me”?

2. O height I cannot reach!
O depth I cannot sound:
O love, O boundless love,
In my Redeemer found!

3. O cold, ungrateful heart,
That can from Jesus turn,
When living fires of love
Should on His altar burn.

4. I live- and yet not I,
But Christ that lives in me,
Who from the law of sin
And death hath made me free.

 

SS & S 79 At even, ere the sun was set

1. AT even, ere the sun was set.
The sick, O Lord, around Thee lay;
Oh, in what divers pains they met!
Oh, with what joy they went away!

2. Once more ‘tis eventide, and we,
Oppressed with various ills, draw near
What if Thy form we cannot see!
We know and feel that Thou art here.

3. O Saviour Christ, our woes dispel!
For some are sick, and some are sad,
And some have never loved Thee well,
And some have lost the love they had:

4. And all, O Lord, crave perfect rest,
And to be wholly free from sin;
And they who fain would serve Thee best,
Are conscious most of wrong within.

5. O Saviour Christ, Thou too art man!
Thou hast been troubled, tempted, tried;
Thy kind but searching glance can scan
The very wounds that shame would hide:

6. Thy touch has still its ancient power;
No word from Thee can fruitless fall:
Hear in this solemn evening hour
And in thy mercy heal us all.

 

SS & S 80 There is love, true love, and the

1. THERE is love, true love, and the heart grows warm,
When the Lord to Bethany comes;
And the word of life has a wondrous charm,
When the Lord to Bethany comes.
There is joy, glad joy, and feast is spread,
When the Lord to Bethany comes;
For His heavenly voice brings to life the dead,
When the Lord to Bethany comes.

‘Twas a happy, happy day in the olden time,
When the Lord to Bethany came;
Open wide the door, let Him enter now;
For His love is ever the same!
His love is ever the same! . . His love is ever the same! . . .
Open wide the door, let Him enter now!
For His love is ever the same! 

2. There is peace, sweet peace and the life grows calm,
When the Lord to Bethany comes;
And the trusting soul sings a sweet, soft psalm,
When the Lord to Bethany comes.
There is faith, strong faith, and our home seems near,
When the Lord to Bethany comes;
And the crown more bright, and the cross more dear,
When the Lord to Bethany comes.

 

SS & S 81 Sing, oh sing the old, old story

1. Sing, oh sing the old, old story
Of our Saviour’s matchless love!
Sing of Jesus and His glory
With the ransomed host above!

Sing, oh sing . . the love of Je . . .sus!
Sound His prais – – es far and near! . .
Sind the won – -drous story over,
Till the whole . . wide world shall hear!

2. Sing of love, to you so precious-
Tell in song how Jesus died;
Let sweet music draw the nations
To the dear Redeemer’s side.

3. Ye redeemed ones, sing the story!
Sing it o’er and o’er again!
Till from every land the people
Join to sing the glad refrain.

 

SS & S82 Oh, how dark the night that wrapt

1. Oh how dark the night that wrapt my spirit round!
Oh, how deep the woe my Saviour found
When His blessed sunshine flooded all my soul,
Bade the darkness vanish: made me whole!

All the way to Calvary He went for me,
He went for me, He went for me;
All the way to Calvary He went for me,
He died to set me free.

2. Trembling a sinner bowed before His face,
Naught I knew of pardon-nor His grace;
Heard a voice so tender: “Cease thy wild regret=
I have bought thy pardon, paid thy debt.”

3. Oh, ‘twas wondrous love the Saviour showed for me,
When He left His throne for Calvary,
When He trod the winepress, trod it all alone:
Praise His name for ever-make it known!



 

SS & S 83 Blessed Redeemer, full of compassion

1. Blessed Redeemer, full of compassion,
Great is Thy mercy, boundless and free;
Now in my weakness, seeking Thy favour,
Lord, I am coming closer to Thee.

Blessed Redeemer, wonderful Saviour,
Fountain of wisdom, Ancient of days,
Hope of the faithful, Light of all ages,
Jesus, my Saviour, Thee will I praise.

2. Blessed Redeemer, Thou art my Refuge,
Under Thy watch-care, safe I shall be;
Gladly adoring, joyfully trusting,
Still I am coming closer to Thee.

3. Blessed Redeemer, gracious and tender,
Now and for ever dwell Thou in me;
Thou, my Protector, Shield and Defender,
Draw me and keep me closer to Thee.

 

SS & S 84 One offer of salvation

1. One offer of salvation,
To all the world made known;
The only sure foundation
Is Christ, the Corner-Stone.

No other name is given,
No other way is known;
‘Tis Jesus Christ, the First and Last-
He saves, and He alone!

2. One only door of heaven
Stands open wide to-day;
One sacrifice is given-
‘Tis Christ, the Living Way.

3. My only song and story
Is- Jesus died for me;
My only hope for glory-
The Cross of Calvary.

 

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

 

SS & S 85 Friend of sinners! Lord of glory

1. FRIEND of sinners! Lord of glory!
Lowly, mighty, Brother, King!
Musing o’er Thy wondrous story,
Grateful we thy praises sing.
Friend to help us, cheer us, save us,
In whom power and pity blend-
Praise we must the grace which gave us
Jesus Christ, the sinner’s Friend.

2. Friend who never fails nor grieves us-
Faithful, tender, constant, kind!
Friend who at all times receive us,
Sorrow soothing, joys enhancing,
Loving until life shall end-
Then conferring bliss entrancing,
Still in heaven the sinner’s Friend.

3. Oh to love and serve Thee better!
From all evil set us free;
Break, Lord, every sinful fetter,
Be each though conformed to Thee.
Looking for Thy bright appearing,
May our spirits upward tend;
Till, no longer doubting, fearing,
We behold the sinner’s Friend.

 

SS & S 86 Join all the glorious names

1. Join all the glorious names
Of wisdom, love, and power,
That mortals ever knew,
That angels ever bore:
All are too mean to speak His worth,
Too mean to set my Saviour forth.

2. Great Prophet of my God,
My tongue would bless Thy name;
By Thee the joyful news
Of our salvation came:
The joyful news of sins forgiven,
Of hell subdued, and peace with heaven.

3. Jesus, my great High Priest,
Offered His blood, and died;
My guilty conscience seeks
No sacrifice beside:
His powerful blood did once atone-
And now it pleads before the throne.

4. My dear Almighty Lord,
My conqueror and my King!
Thy matchless power and love,
Thy saving grace, I sing:
Thine is the power-oh, may I sit
In willing bonds beneath thy feet.

5. Then let my soul arise,
And tread the tempter down;
My captain leads me forth
To conquest and crown.
The feeblest saint shall win the day,
Though death and hell shall obstruct the way.

6. Should all the hopes of death,
And powers of hell unknown,
Put their most dreadful forms
Of rage and mischief on,
I shall be safe; for Christ displays
Superior power and guardian grace.

 

SS & S 87 Golden harps are sounding

1. Golden harps are sounding,
Angel voices ring,
Pearly gates are opened-
Opened for the King;
Christ, the King of Glory,
Jesus, King of Love,
Is gone up in triumph
To His throne above.

All His work is ended, joyfully we sing:
Jesus hath ascended-Glory to our King

2. He who came to save us,
He who bled and died,
Now is crowned with glory
At His Father’s side:
Nevermore to suffer,
Nevermore to die,
Jesus, King of Glory,
Is gone up on high.

3. Praying for His children
In that blessed place,
Calling them to glory,
Sending them His grace;
His bright home preparing,
Little ones for you,
Jesus ever liveth,
Ever loveth too.



SS & S 88 I’ve found the pearl of greatest price!

1. I’ve found the pearl of greatest price!
My heart doth sing for joy;
And sing I must, for Christ is mine!
Christ shall my song employ.

I’ve found the pearl of greatest price!
My heart doth sing for joy;
And sing I must, for Christ is mine!
Christ shall my song employ!

2. Christ is my Prophet, Priest and King;
My Prophet full of light,
My great High Priest before the throne,
My King of heavenly might.

3. For He indeed is Lord of lords,
And He the King of kings;
He is the Sun of righteousness,
With healing in His wings.

4. Christ is my peace; He died for me,
For me He shed His blood;
And as my wondrous Sacrifice,
Offered Himself to God.

5. Christ Jesus is my All in All,
My comfort, and my love;
My life below; and He shall be
My joy and crown above.

 

SS & S 89 The Great Physician now is near,

1. The great physician is near,
The sympathising Jesus;
He speaks the drooping heart to cheer,
Oh, hear the voice of Jesus!

Sweetest song in seraph song,
Sweetest name on mortal tongue,
Sweetest carol ever sung:
Jesus! Blessed Jesus!

2. Your many sins are all forgiven;
Oh, hear the voice of Jesus!
Go on your way in peace to heaven,
And wear a crown with Jesus.

3. All glory to the risen Lamb!
I now believe in Jesus;
I love the blessed Saviour’s name,
I love the name of Jesus.

4. His name dispels my guilt and fear,
No other name but Jesus!
Oh, how my soul delights to hear
The precious name of Jesus.

5. Come, brethren, help me sing His praise,
Oh, praise the name of Jesus!
Come, sisters, all your voices raise,
Oh, bless the name of Jesus.

6. The children, too, both great and small,
Who love the name of Jesus,
May now accept the gracious call
To work and live for Jesus.

7. And when to the bright world above
We rise to see our Jesus,
We’ll sing around the throne of love
His name, the name of Jesus.

 

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

 

SS & S 90 Jesus, my Saviour, is all things to me;

1. Jesus, my Saviour, is all things to me;
Oh, what a wonderful Saviour is He,
Guiding, protecting, o’er life’s troubled sea,
Mighty Deliverer-Jesus for me!

Jesus for me! Jesus for me!
All the time, everywhere, Jesus for me!

2. Jesus in sickness, and Jesus in health,
Jesus in poverty, comfort or wealth,
Sunshine or tempest, whatever it be,
He is my Safety-Jesus for me!

3. He is my Refuge, my Rock, and my Tower-
He is my fortress, my Strength and my Power;
Life Everlasting, my Daysman is He,
Blessed Redeemer-Jesus for me!

4. He is my Prophet, my Priest and my King;
He is my Bread of Life, Fountain and Spring;
Bright Sun of Righteousness, Day-star is He;
Horn of Salvation-Jesus for me!

5. Jesus in sorrow, in joy, or in pain:
Jesus my Treasure, in loss or in gain;
Constant Companion where’er I may be,
Living or dying-Jesus for me!



SS & S 91 Take the name of Jesus with you

1. TAKE the name of Jesus with you,
Child of sorrow and woe;
It will joy and comfort give you-
Take it then where’er you go.

Precious name, . . oh, how sweet! . .
Hope of earth and joy of heaven!
Precious name, . . oh, how sweet! . .
Hope of earth and joy of heaven.

2. Take the name of Jesus ever,
As a shield from every snare;
If temptations round you gather,
Breathe that holy name in prayer.

3. Oh, the precious name of Jesus!
How it thrills our souls with joy,
When His loving arms receive us,
And His songs our tongues employ.

4. At the name of Jesus bowing,
Falling prostrate at His feet,
King of Kings in heaven we’ll crown Him
When our journey is complete.

 

SS & S 92 In the hour when guilt assails me,

1. In the hour when guilt assails me,
On His gracious name I call,
Then I find the heavenly fullness,
Christ, my righteousness, my all!

All my song, when standing yonder,
Shall be- “Christ, my joy, my all!”
This shall ever be my anthem,
“Christ my glory, Christ my all!”
This shall ever be my anthem,
“Christ my glory, Christ my all!”

2. In the night when sorrow clouds me,
And the burning teardrops fall,
Then I sing the song of patience,
Christ, my Brother and my all!

3. In the day when this immortal
Shall fling off its mortal thrall,
Then my song of resurrection
Shall be- “Christ, my all in all!”

 

SS & S 93 Beautiful the fields beyond the river!

1. Beautiful the fields beyond the river!
Glorious the thousands gathered there!
But who in heaven, so full of grace and glory-
Who with Him, our saviour, can compare? . . .

Oh, He is the chief among ten thou – – -sand !  . . .
Roll His praise in joyful waves along! . . .
For “altogether, altogether love – –  -ly!”
Shall for ever be our happy song ! . . .

2. Altogether, altogether lovely!
He is calling tenderly to thee;
My soul, why not accept His great salvation,
Offered now so rich, so full, so free? . . .

3. Altogether, altogether lovely!
Hear His voice-how tender still the call:
“Come, come, ye weary ones and heavy-laden,
Come to Me, and let your burdens fall!” . .  .

 

 

SS & S 94 Crown Him, crown Him, Christ our Lord and King!

Crown Him, crown Him. Christ our Lord and King!
Through all ages let His praises ring!
Glory, honour to His name we’ll bring
Now and for evermore.

We will crown . Him, we will crown . Him;
In the glory land we’ll crown Him King!
Crown . Him, we will crown . Him-
Loud let His praises ring.

2. Hail Him, hail Him, angel-hosts on high,
To His throne with harps and songs draw nigh;
Let all nations join the joyful cry:
“Crown Him, the King of kings!”

3. He is victor, He has conquered sin;
Let His spirit rule ou hearts within;
In His name the victory we shall win:
Crown Him for evermore.

 



SS & S 95 He hath spoken, Be still, the Rebuker of seas

He hath spoken, “Be still,” the Rebuker of seas:
The command was for me, and my heart is at ease;
He hath hushed into silence the waves and the winds,
By applying His blood and removing my sins.

He’s the prince of peacemakers, all glory to God,
To redeem me, and cleanse me, He shed His own blood;
My adoption is sealed, I’m a child of the King,
And for ever and ever of Jesus I’ll sing.

2. He hath quickened my soul by a life from above;
It was done by the Spirit, its essence is love,
He hath pardoned and washed me as white as the snow,
And my heart with His love does this moment o’erflow.

3.He’s a wonderful Jesus, this Saviour of mine;
He’s the great son of God- a Redeemer Divine;
He’s my strength and my Wisdom, my Life and my Lord
And enthroned in my heart to be loved and adored.

4. I will love Him, and serve Him from now till I die;
For His Love fills my heart, and His beauty my eye,
He’s the fairest and dearest of all to my soul,
And our lives shall be one, while eternities roll.

 

 

SS & S 96 Oh, wondrous Name, by prophets

OH, wondrous Name, by prophets heard,
Long years before His birth;
They saw His coming from afar,
The Prince of Peace on earth.

The Wonderful! The Counsellor!
The Great and Mighty Lord!
The Everlasting Prince of Peace!
The King, the Son of God.

2. Oh, glorious Name the angels praise,
And ransomed saints adore-
The Name above all other names,
Our refuge evermore.

3. Oh, precious Name, exalted high,
To whom all power is given;
Through Him we triumph over sin,
By Him we enter heaven.

 

(S S & S) Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 51 to 100

 

SS & S 97 There were ninety and nine that

There were ninety and nine that safely lay
In the shelter of the fold,
But one was out on the hills away,
Far off from gates of gold-
Away on the mountains, wild and bare,
Away from the tender Shepherd’s care.

2. “Lord, Thou hast here Thy ninety and nine;
Are they not enough for Thee?”
But the Shepherd made answer:
“This of Mine has wandered away from Me;
And although the road be rough and steep,
I go to the desert to find My sheep.”

3. But none of the ransomed ever knew
How deep were the waters crossed;
Nor how dark was the night that the Lord passed through
Ere He found His sheep that was lost.
Out in the desert He heard its cry-
Sick and helpless, and ready to die.

4. “Lord, whence are those blood-drops all the way
That mark out the mountains track?”
“They were shed for one who had gone astray
Ere the Shepherd could bring him back.”
“Lord, whence are Thy hands so rent and torn?”
“They are pierced to-night by many a thorn.”

5. But all through the mountains, thunder-riven,
And up from the rocky steep,
There arose a cry to the gates of heaven,
“Rejoice! I have found My sheep!”
And the angels echoed around the throne,
“Rejoice, for the Lord brings back His own!”

 



SS & S 98 Thou art fairer than the morning,

Thou art fairer than the morning,
O my saviour and my King!
Of Thy grandeur and Thy beauty,
How my soul delights to sing.

Thou art fair – – – er than the morning,
Thou art brighter, brighter than the day;
At the glo – -ry of Thy presence
Clouds and darkness flee away.

2. Clothed in light as with a garment,
Crowned with majesty Divine,
Lo, the sceptre of dominion
Now and ever, Lord, is Thine.

3. Oh, the greatness of Thy mercy,
And the riches of thy grace!
Oh, the love that in Thy kingdom
Is preparing me a place!

4. When the silver cord is broken,
And this mortal life is o’er,
With ten thousand times ten thousand
I shall sing for evermore.

 

 

SS & S 99 Beautiful star of promise,

Beautiful star of promise,
Beautiful morning star;
Beaming with joy and gladness
Over the world afar.

Smile on me, smile on me,
Beautiful, beautiful morning star;
Smile on me, smile on me,
Beautiful morning star.

2. Beautiful star of promise,
Beacon of hope and rest;
Lighting the couch of sorrow,
Soothing the weary breast.

3. Beautiful star of promise,
Shining when waves are dark;
Into its long-sought haven
Guiding the lonely bark.

4. Beautiful star of promise,
Star of eternal love;
Thou wilt conduct me safely
Home to the realms above.

 



SS & S 100 In the Rifted Rock I’m resting,

In the Rifted Rock I’m resting,
Sure and safe from all alarm;
Storms and billows have united,
All in vain, to do me harm;
In the Rifted Rock I’m resting,
Surf is dashing at my feet,
Storm-clouds are o’er me hovering.
Yet my rest is all complete.

In the Rifted Rock I’m resting,
Sure and safe from all alarm:
Storms and billows have united,
All in vain, to do me harm.

2. Many a stormy sea I’ve traversed,
Many a tempest-shock have known;
Have been driven, without anchor,
On the barren shore and lone.
Yet I now have found a haven,
Never moved by tempest shock,
Where my soul is safe for ever,
In the blessed Rifted Rock.

 

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