Hymns Ancient & Modern Revised (Anglican Hymnal) 201- 250

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Ancient & Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 201- 250

Hymns Ancient and Modern is a compilation of Anglican English Hymn. It is known as Hymns Ancient and Modern Revised aka A&M. Ancient & Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 201- 250

Ancient and modern hymns are 636  hymns and still counting. So, for the sake of convenience and easy navigation, we split it into sections (in 50s).

The Igbo version is known as Ekpere na Abu. We have also compiled Abu Anglican Igbo 1 to 400. See them here:

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Hymn A&M 201 Jesus thy Mercy is untold

1. Jesus, thy mercies are untold
through each returning day;
thy love exceeds a thousandfold
whatever we can say;

2. That love which in thy passion drained
for us thy precious Blood;
that love whereby the saints have gained
the vision of their God;

3. ’tis thou hast loved us from the womb,
pure source of all our bliss,
our only hope of life to come,
our happiness in this;

4. Lord, grant us, while on earth we stay,
thy love to feel and know;
and, when from hence we pass away,
to us thy glory show.

 

Hymn A&M 202 Jesus, my Lord, my God, my All

1. Jesus, my Lord, my God, my All,
hear me, blest Savior, when I call;
hear me, and from thy dwelling-place
pour down the riches of thy grace;
Jesus, my Lord, I thee adore,
O make me love thee more and more.

2. Jesus, too late I thee have sought,
how can I love thee as I ought?
And how extol thy matchless fame,
the glorious beauty of thy Name?
Jesus, my Lord, etc.

3. Jesus, what didst thou find in me,
that thou hast dealt so lovingly?
How great the joy that thou hast brought,
so far exceeding hope or thought!
Jesus, my Lord, etc.

4. Jesus, of thee shall be my song,
to thee my heart and soul belong;
all that I have or am is thine,
and thou, blest Savior, thou art mine.
Jesus, my Lord, etc.

Hymn A&M 203 O Love, who formedst me

1. O Love, who formedst me to wear
the image of thy Godhead here;
who soughtest me with tender care
through all my wanderings wild and drear:
O Love, I give myself to thee,
thine ever, only thine to be.

2. O Love, who ere life’s earliest dawn
on me thy choice hast gently laid;
O Love, who here as man wast born,
and wholly like to us wast made:
O Love, etc.

3. O Love, who once in time wast slain,
pierced through and through with bitter woe!
O Love, who wrestling thus didst gain
that we eternal joy might know:
O Love, etc.

4. O Love, who once shalt bid me rise
from out this dying life of ours;
O Love, whose hand o’er yonder skies
shall set me in the fadeless bowers:
O Love, etc.

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Hymn A&M 204 Where high the heavenly temple

1. Where high the heavenly temple stands,
the house of God not made with hands,
a great High Priest our nature wears,
the Guardian of mankind appears.

2. He, who for men their surety stood,
and poured on earth his precious blood,
pursues in heaven his mighty plan,
the Savior and the Friend of man.

3. Though now ascended up on high,
he bends on earth a brother’s eye;
partaker of the human name,
he knows the frailty of our frame.

4. In every pang that rends the heart
the Man of Sorrows had a part;
he sympathizes with our grief,
and to the sufferer sends relief.

5. With boldness therefore at the throne
let us make all our sorrows known;
and ask the aid of heavenly power
to help us in the evil hour.

 

Hymn A&M 205 Love divine, all loves excelling

1. Love divine, all loves excelling,
joy of heaven, to earth, come down,
fix in us thy humble dwelling,
all thy faithful mercies crown.
Jesus, thou art all compassion,
pure, unbounded love thou art;
visit us with thy salvation,
enter every trembling heart.

2. Come, almighty to deliver,
let us all thy grace receive;
suddenly return, and never,
nevermore thy temples leave.
Thee we would be always blessing,
serve thee as thy hosts above,
pray, and praise thee without ceasing,
glory in thy perfect love.

3. Finish then thy new creation;
pure and spotless let us be;
let us see thy great salvation
perfectly restored in thee:
changed from glory into glory,
till in heaven, we take our place,
till we cast our crowns before thee,
lost in wonder, love, and praise.

 

Hymn A&M 206 Jesus still lead on till our rest be worn

1. Jesus, still lead on,
till our rest be won,
and, although the way be cheerless,
we will follow calm and fearless,
guide us by Thy hand
to our fatherland.

2. If the way be drear,
if the foe be near,
let no faithless fears o’ertake us,
let not faith and hope forsake us,
for through many a foe
to our home, we go.

3. Jesus, still lead on,
till our rest be won;
heavenly Leader, still direct us,
still support, control, protect us,
till we safely stand
in our fatherland.

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Hymn A&M 207 Son of God, eternal Saviour

1. Son of God, eternal Saviour,
Source of life and truth and grace,
Son of Man, whose birth incarnate
hallows all our human race,
thou, our Head, who, throned in glory,
for thine own dost ever plead,
fill us with thy love and pity,
heal our wrongs and help our needs.

2. As thou, Lord, hast lived for others
so may we for others live;
freely have thy gifts been granted,
freely may thy servants give.
Thine the gold and thine the silver,
thine the wealth of land and sea,
we but stewards of thy bounty,
held in solemn trust for thee.

3. Come, O Christ, and reign among us,
King of Love and Prince of Peace,
hush the storm of strife and passion,
bid its cruel discords cease;
by thy patient-years of toiling,
by thy silent hours of pain,
quench our fevered thirst of pleasure,
shame our selfish greed of gain.

4. Son of God, eternal Savior,
Source of life and truth and grace,
Son of Man, whose birth incarnate
hallows all our human race,
thou who prayedst, thou who willest
that thy people should be one,
grant, O grant our hope’s fruition:
here on earth thy will be done.

 

Hymn A&M 208 Immortal love, forever full

1. Immortal love, forever full,
forever flowing free,
forever shared, forever whole,
a never ebbing sea!

2. Our outward lips confess the name
all other names above;
love only knoweth whence it came,
and comprehendeth love.

3. We may not climb the heavenly steeps
to bring the Lord Christ down;
In vain we search the lowest deeps,
for him no depths can drown.

4. But warm, sweet, tender, even yet,
a present help is he;
and faith still has its Olivet,
and love its Galilee.

5. The healing of his seamless dress
is by our beds of pain;
we touch him in life’s throng and press,
and we are whole again.

6. Through him the first fond prayers are said
our lips of childhood frame,
the last low whispers of our dead
are burdened with his Name.

7. Alone, o love ineffable,
thy saving name is given;
to turn aside from thee is hell,
to walk with thee is heaven.

 

Hymn A&M 209 Light of the lonely pilgrim’s heart

1. Light of the lonely pilgrim’s heart,
Star of the coming day,
arise, and with thy morning beams
chase all our grief’s away.

2. Come, blessed Lord, bid every shore
and answering island sing
the praises of thy royal Name,
and own thee as their King.

3. Bid the whole world, responsive now
to the bright world above,
break forth in rapturous strains of joy
in memory of thy love.

4. Jesus, thy fair creation groans,
the air, the earth, the sea,
in unison with all our hearts,
and calls aloud for thee.

5. Thine was the cross, with all its fruits,
of grace and peace divine;
be thine the crown of glory now,
the palm of victory thine.

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Hymn A&M 210 Not the labour of my hands

1. Rock of ages, cleft for me,
let me hide myself in thee;
let the water and the blood
from thy riven side which flowed,
be of sin the double cure,
cleanse me from its guilt and power.

2. Not the labor of my hands
can fulfill thy law’s demands;
could my zeal no respite know,
could my tears forever flow,
all for sin could not atone;
thou must save, and thou alone.

3. Nothing in my hand I bring,
simply to thy cross I cling;
naked, come to thee for dress;
helpless look to thee for grace;
foul, I to the fountain fly;
wash me, Savior, or I die.

4. While I draw this fleeting breath,
when my eyelids close in death,
when I soar through tracts unknown
see thee on thy judgment throne,
Rock of ages, cleft for me,
let me hide myself in thee.

 

Hymn A&M 211 Jesus, grant me this, I pray

 

1. Jesus, grant me this, I pray,
ever in thy heart to stay;
let me evermore abide
hidden in thy wounded side.

2. If the world or satan lay,
tempting snares about my way,
I am safe when I abide
in thy heart and wounded side.

3. If the flesh, more dangerous still,
tempt my soul to deeds of ill,
naught I fear when I abide
in thy heart and wounded side.

4. Death will come one day to me;
Jesus, cast me not from thee:
dying let me still abide
in thy heart and wounded side.

 

Hymn A&M 212 Behold the Lamb of God!

1. Behold the Lamb of God!
O thou for sinners slain,
let it not be in vain
that thou hast died:
thee for my Savior let me take,
thee–thee alone my refuge make,
thy pierced side.

2. Behold the Lamb of God!
All hail–Incarnate Word!
Thou everlasting Lord,–
Saviour most blest!
Fill us with love that never faints,
grant us with all thy blessed saints
eternal rest.

3. Behold the Lamb of God!
Worthy is he alone
to sit upon the throne
of God above;
one with the Ancient of all Days,
one with the Comforter in praise,
all Light and Love.

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Hymn A&M 213 Jesus, meek and lowly

1. Jesus, meek and lowly,
Saviour, pure and holy,
on thy love relying
hear me humbly crying.

2. Prince of life and power,
my salvation’s tower,
on the cross I view thee
calling sinners to thee.

3. There behold me gazing
at the sight amazing;
bending low before thee,
helpless I adore thee.

4. By thy red wounds streaming,
with thy life-blood gleaming,
blood for sinners flowing,
pardon free bestowing;

5. By that fount of blessing,
thy dear love expressing,
all my aching sadness
turn thou into gladness.

6. Lord, in mercy guide me,
be thou e’er beside me;
in thy ways direct me,
‘neath thy wings protect me.

 

Hymn A&M 214 There is a green hill far away

1. There is a green hill far away,
outside a city wall,
where our dear Lord was crucified
who died to save us all.

2. We may not know, we cannot tell,
what pains he had to bear,
but we believe it was for us
he hung and suffered there.

3. He died that we might be forgiven,
he died to make us good,
that we might go at last to heaven,
saved by his precious blood.

4. There was no other good enough
to pay the price of sin,
he only could unlock the gate
of heaven and let us in.

5. O dearly, dearly has he loved!
And we must love him too,
and trust in his redeeming blood,
and try his works to do.

 

Hymn A&M 215 Inscribed upon the cross we see
in shining letters

 

1. We sing the praise of him who died,
of him who died upon the cross;
the sinner’s hope let men deride;
for this, we count the world but loss.

2. Inscribed upon the cross we see
in shining letters, God is love:
he bears our sins upon the tree:
he brings us mercy from above.

3. The cross: it takes our guilt away,
it holds the fainting spirit up;
it cheers with hope the gloomy day,
and sweetens every bitter cup.

4. It makes the coward spirit brave,
and nerves the feeble arm for fight;
it takes its terror from the grave,
and gilds the bed of death with light.

5. The balm of life, the cure of woe,
the measure and the pledge of love,
the sinner’s refuge here below,
the angel’s theme in heaven above.

Hymn A&M 216 Rejoice the Lord is King

1. Rejoice the Lord is King!
Your Lord and King adore!
mortals, give thanks and sing
and triumph evermore.
Lift up your heart!
lift up your voice!
Rejoice! again I say, rejoice!

2. Jesus, the Savior reigns,
the God of truth and love:
when he had purged our stains,
he took his seat above.
Lift up your heart, etc.

3. His kingdom cannot fail;
he rules o’er earth and heaven;
the keys of death and hell
are to our Jesus given.
Lift up your heart, etc.

4. He sits at God’s right hand
till all his foes submit,
and bow to his command,
and fall beneath his feet:
Lift up your heart, etc.

 

Hymn A&M 217 All hail the power of Jesus’ name!

1. All hail the power of Jesus’ name!
Let angels prostrate fall;
bring forth the royal diadem,
and crown him Lord of all!

2. Crown him, ye morning stars of light,
who fixed this floating ball;
now hail the Strength of Israel’s might,
and crown him Lord of all!

3. Crown him ye martyrs of your God,
who from his altar call:
extol the stem of Jesse’s rod,
and crown him Lord of all!

4. Ye seed of Israel’s chosen race,
ye ransomed of the fall,
hail him who saves you by his grace.
and crown him Lord of all!

5. Sinners, whose love can ne’er forget
the wormwood and the gall,
go spread your trophies at his feet,
and crown him Lord of all!

6. Let every tribe and every tongue
before him prostrate fall,
and shout in universal song
the crowned Lord of all!

 

Hymn A&M 218 The head that once was crowned with thorns

1. The head that once was crowned with thorns
is crowned with glory now;
a royal diadem adorns
the mighty Victor’s brow.

2. The highest place that heaven affords
is his, is his by right,
the King of kings, and Lord of lords,
and heaven’s eternal Light;

3. The joy all of all who dwell above,
the joy of all below,
to whom he manifests his love
and grants his Name to know.

4. To them the cross with all its shame,
with all its grace is given;
their name, an everlasting name;
their joy, the joy of heaven.

5. They suffer with their Lord below,
they reign with him above,
their profit and their joy to know
the mystery of his love.

6. The cross he bore is life and health,
though shame and death to him:
his people’s hope, his people’s wealth,
their everlasting theme.

 

Hymn A&M 219 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 comes, with succour speedy,
to those who suffer wrong;
to help the poor and needy,
and bid the weak be strong;
to give them songs for sighing,
their darkness turn to light,
whose souls, condemned and dying,
were precious in his sight.

3. He shall come down like showers
upon the fruitful earth;
love, joy, and hope, like flowers,
spring in his path to birth;
before him, on the mountains,
shall peace the herald go;
and righteousness, in fountains,
from hill to valley flow.

4. Arabia’s desert ranger
to him shall bow the knee;
the Ethiopian stranger
his glory come to see;
with offerings of devotion
ships from the isles shall meet,
to pour the wealth of ocean
in tribute at his feet.

5. Kings shall fall down before him,
and gold and incense bring;
all nations shall adore him,
his praise all people sing;
to him shall prayer unceasing
and daily vows ascend,
his kingdom still increasing,
a kingdom without end.

6. O’er every foe victorious,
he on his throne shall rest;
from age to age more glorious,
all-blessing and all-blest.
the tide of time shall never
his covenant remove;
his name shall stand forever,
his changeless Name of love.

Hymn A&M 220 Jesus shall reign where’er the sun

1. Jesus shall reign where’er the sun
doth his successive journeys run;
his kingdom stretch from shore to shore,
till moons shall wax and wane no more.

2. People and realms of every tongue
dwell on his love with sweetest song;
and infant voices shall proclaim
their early blessings on his Name.

3. Blessings abound where’er he reigns:
the prisoner leaps to lose his chains,
the weary find eternal rest,
and all the sons of want are blest.

4. To him shall endless prayer be made,
and praises throng to crown his head;
his Name like incense shall rise
with every morning sacrifice.

5. Let every creature rise and bring
peculiar honors to our King;
angels descend with songs again,
and earth repeat the loud Amen.

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Hymn A&M 221 Come, let us join our cheerful songs

 

1. Come, let us join our cheerful songs
with angels round the throne.
ten thousand thousand are their tongues,
but all their joys are one.

2. “Worthy the Lamb that died,” they cry,
“to be exalted thus!”
“Worthy the Lamb,” our lips reply,
“for he was slain for us!”

3. Jesus is worthy to receive
honor and power divine;
and blessings more than we can give,
be Lord, forever thine.

4. Let all creation join in one,
to bless the sacred Name
of him who sits upon the throne,
and to adore the Lamb.

 

Hymn A&M 222 Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem

 

1. Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem,
cleave the skies with shouts of praise;
sing to him who found the ransom,
Ancient of eternal days,
God of God, the Word incarnate,
whom the heaven of heaven obeys.

2. Ere he raised the lofty mountains,
formed of the seas, or built the sky,
love eternal, free and boundless,
moved the Lord of life to die,
fore-ordained the Prince of princes
for the throne of Calvary.

3. There, for us and our redemption,
see him for all his life-blood pour,
there he wins our full salvation,
dies that we may die no more;
then, arising, lives for ever,
reigning where he was before.

4. High on yon celestial mountains
stands his sapphire throne, all bright, and
midst unending alleluias
bursting from the sons of light;
Sion’s people tell his praises,
Victor after hard-won fight.

5. Bring your harps, and bring your incense,
sweep the string and pour the lay;
let the earth proclaim his wonders,
King of that celestial day;
he the lamb once slain is worthy,
who was dead, and lives for ay.

6. Laud and honor to the Father,
laud and honor to the Son,
laud and honor to the Spirit,
ever Three and ever One,
consubstantial, co-eternal,
while unending ages run.

 

Hymn A&M 223 When morning gilds the skies

 

1. When morning gilds the skies
my heart awaking cries:
may Jesus Christ be praised!
Alike at work and prayer,
to Jesus I repair:
may Jesus Christ be praised!

2. Whene’er the sweet church bell
peals over hill and dell,
may Jesus Christ be praised!
O hark to what it sings,
as joyously it rings,
may Jesus Christ be praised!

3. My tongue shall never tire
of chanting with the choir,
may Jesus Christ be praised!
This song of sacred joy,
it never seems to cloy,
may Jesus Christ be praised!

4. Does sadness fill my mind?
A solace here I find,
may Jesus Christ be praised!
Or fades my earthly bliss?
My comfort still is this,
may Jesus Christ be praised!

5. The night becomes as day
when from the heart we say:
may Jesus Christ be praised!
The powers of darkness fear
when this sweet chant they hear:
may Jesus Christ be praised!

6. Be this, while life is mine,
my canticle divine:
may Jesus Christ be praised!
be this the eternal song
through all the ages long:
may Jesus Christ be praised!

 

Hymn A&M 224 Crown him with many crowns

1. Crown him with many crowns,
the Lamb upon his throne.
Hark! How the heavenly anthem drowns
all music but its own.
Awake, my soul, and sing of him
of him who died for thee,
and hail him as thy matchless King
through all eternity.

2. Crown him the virgin’s Son,
the God incarnate born,
whose arm those crimson trophies won
which now His brow adorn;
fruit of the mystic rose,
as of that rose the stem;
the root whence mercy ever flows,
the Babe of Bethlehem.

3. Crown him the Lord of love,
behold his hands and side,
those wounds, yet visible above,
in beauty glorified.
No angel in the sky
can fully bear that sight,
but downward bends his burning eye
at mysteries so bright.

4. Crown him the Lord of peace,
whose power a scepter sways
from pole to pole, that wars may cease,
and all be prayer and praise.
his reign shall know no end,
and round his pierced feet
fair flowers of paradise extend
their fragrance ever sweet.

5. Crown him the Lord of years,
the Potentate of time,
Creator of the rolling spheres,
ineffably sublime.
all hail, Redeemer, hail!
For thou has died for me;
thy praise shall never, never fail
throughout eternity.

 

Hymn A&M 225 At the Name of Jesus
every knee shall bow

1. At the Name of Jesus
every knee shall bow,
every tongue confess him
King of glory now;
’tis the Father’s pleasure
we should call him Lord,
who from the beginning
was the mighty Word.

2. At his voice creation
sprang at once to sight,
all the angel faces,
all the hosts of light,
Thrones and Dominations,
stars upon their way,
all the heavenly orders,
in their great array.

3. Humbled for a season,
to receive a Name
from the lips of sinners,
unto whom he came,
faithfully he bore it
spotless to the last,
brought it back victorious,
when from death he passed;

4. Bore it up triumphant,
with its human light,
through all ranks of creatures,
to the central height,
to the throne of Godhead,
to the Father’s breast;
filled it with the glory
of that perfect rest.

5. Name him, brothers, name him,
with love as strong as death,
but with awe and wonder
and with bated breath;
he is God the Savior,
he is Christ the Lord,
ever to be worshiped,
trusted, and adored.

6. In your hearts enthrone him;
there let him subdue
all that is not holy,
all that is not true;
crown him as your Captain
in temptation’s hour;
let his will enfold you
in its light and power.

7. Brothers, this Lord Jesus
shall return again,
with his Father’s glory
with his angel train;
for all wreaths of empire
meet upon his brow,
and our hearts confess him
King of glory now.

 

Hymn A&M 226 Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim

 

1. Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim,
and publish abroad his wonderful Name;
the Name all-victorious of Jesus extol:
his kingdom is glorious; he rules overall.

2. God ruleth on high, almighty to save;
and still, he is nigh: his presence we have.
The great congregation his triumph shall sing,
ascribing salvation to Jesus our King.

3. Salvation to God who sits on the throne!
Let all cry aloud, and honour the Son.
The praises of Jesus the angels proclaim,
fall down on their faces, and worship the Lamb.

4. Then let us adore, and give him his right:
All glory and power, all wisdom and might,
and honor and blessing, with angels above,
and thanks never ceasing and infinite love.

Hymn A&M 227 O quickly come, dread Judge of all

1. O quickly come, dread Judge of all,
for, awful though thine advent be;
all shadows from the truth will fall,
and falsehood die, in sight of thee.
O quickly come, for doubt and fear
like clouds dissolve when thou art near.

2. O quickly come, great King of all;
reign all around us, and within;
let sin no more our souls enthrall,
let pain and sorrow die with sin.
O quickly come, for thou alone
canst make thy scattered people one.

3. O quickly come, true Life of all;
for death is mighty all around;
on every home his shadows fall,
on every heart his mark is found.
O quickly come, for grief and pain
can never cloud thy glorious reign.

4. O quickly come, sure Light of all
for gloomy night broods o’er our way;
and weakly souls begin to fall
with weary watching for the day.
O quickly come, for round thy throne
no eye is blind, no night is known.

Hymn A&M 228 That day of wrath, that dreadful day

1. That day of wrath, that dreadful day,
when heaven and earth shall pass away!
What power shall be the sinner’s stay?
How shall he meet that dreadful day?

2. When shriveling like a parched scroll,
the flaming heavens together roll;
when louder yet, and yet more dread;
swells the high trump that wakes the dead.

3. O on that day, that wrathful day
when man to judgment wakes from clay,
be thou, O Christ, the sinner’s stay,
though heaven and earth shall pass away.

 

Hymn A&M 229 Ye servants of the Lord

1. Ye servants of the Lord,
each in his office wait,
observant of his heavenly word,
and watchful at his gate.

2. Let all your lamps be bright,
and trim the golden flame:
gird up your loins, as in his sight,
for aweful is his Name.

3. Watch; ’tis your Lord’s command,
and while we speak, he’s near;
mark the first signal of his hand,
and ready all appear.

4. O happy servant he,
in such a posture found!
He shall his Lord with rapture see,
and be with honor crowned.

5. Christ shall the banquet spread
with his own royal hand,
and raise that faithful servant’s head
amid the angelic band.

 

Hymn A&M 230 Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed
his tender last farewell

 

1. Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed
his tender last farewell,
a Guide, a Comforter, bequeathed
with us to dwell.

2. He came sweet influence to impart,
a gracious, willing Guest,
while he can find one humble heart
wherein to rest.

3. And his that gentle voice we hear,
soft as the breath of even,
that checks each fault, that calms each fear,
and speaks of heaven.

4. And every virtue we possess,
and every conquest won,
and every thought of holiness,
are his alone.

5. Spirit of purity and grace,
our weakness, pitying, see:
O make our hearts thy dwelling place
and worthier thee.

 

Hymn A&M 231 O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace

 

1. O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace,
eternal Fount of love,
inflame, we pray, our inmost hearts
with fire from heaven above.

2. As thou in bond of love dost join
the Father and the Son,
so fill us all with mutual love,
and knit our hearts in one.

3. All glory to the Father be,
all glory to the Son,
all glory, Holy Ghost, to thee,
while endless ages run.

 

Hymn A&M 232 Come, Gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove

1. Come, Gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove,
with light and comfort from above;
be thou our guardian, thou our guide
o’er every thought and step preside.

2. The light of truth to us display,
and make us know and choose thy way;
plant holy fear in every heart,
that we from thee may ne’er depart.

3. Lead us to Christ, the living Way,
nor let us from his pastures stray;
lead us to holiness, the road
that we must take to dwell with God.

4. Lead us to heaven, that we may share
fullness of joy forever there;
lead us to God, our final rest,
to be with him forever blest.

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Hymn A&M 233 Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost

 

1. Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost,
taught by thee we covet most,
of thy gifts at Pentecost,
holy heavenly, love.

2. Love is kind and suffers long,
love is meek and thinks no wrong,
love than death itself more strong;
therefore, give us love.

3. Prophecy will fade away,
melting in the light of day;
love will ever with us stay;
therefore, give us love.

4. Faith will vanish into sight;
hope be emptied in delight;
love in heaven will shine more bright;
therefore give us love.

5. Faith and hope and love we see,
joining hand in hand agree,
but the greatest of the three,
and the best, is love.

6. From the overshadowing
of thy gold and silver wing
shed on us, who to thee sing,
holy, heavenly love.

 

Hymn A&M 234 O Holy Ghost, thy people bless

 

1. O Holy Ghost, thy people bless
who long to feel thy might,
and fain would grow in holiness
as children of the light.

2. To thee we bring, who art the Lord,
Our selves to be thy throne;
let every thought and deed and word
thy pure dominion own.

3. Life-giving Spirit, o’er us move,
as on the formless deep;
give life and order, light and love,
where now is death or sleep.

4. Great Gift of our ascended King,
his saving truth reveal;
our tongues inspire his praise to sing,
our hearts his love to feel.

5. True Wind of heaven, from south or north,
for joy or chastening, blow;
the garden-spices shall spring forth
if thou wilt bid them flow.

6. O Holy Ghost, of sevenfold might,
all graces come from thee;
grant us to know and serve aright
one God in Persons Three.

 

Hymn A&M 235 Come down, O love divine

 

1. Come down, O love divine,
seek thou this soul of mine,
and visit it with thine own ardour glowing;
O Comforter, draw near,
within my heart appear,
and kindle it, thy holy flame bestowing.

2. O let it freely burn,
till earthly passions turn
to dust and ashes in its heat consuming;
and let thy glorious light,
shine ever on my sight,
and clothe me round, the while my path illuming.

3. Let holy charity
mine outward vesture be,
and lowliness become mine inner clothing;
true lowliness of heart,
which takes the humbler part,
and o’er its own shortcomings weeps with loathing.

4. And so the yearning strong,
with which the soul will long,
shall far outpass the power of human telling;
for none can guess its grace,
till he becomes the place
wherein the Holy Spirit makes a dwelling.

 

Hymn A&M 236 Breathe on me, Breath of God

 

1. Breathe on me, Breath of God,
fill me with life anew,
that I may love what thou dost love,
and do what thou wouldst do.

2. Breathe on me, Breath of God,
until my heart is pure,
until with thee I will one will,
to do and to endure.

3. Breathe on me, Breath of God,
till I am wholly thine,
until this earthly part of me
glows with thy fire divine.

4. Breathe on me, Breath of God,
so shall I never die;
but live with thee the perfect life
of thine eternity.

 

Hymn A&M 237 O King enthroned on high

1. O King enthroned on high,
thou Comforter divine,
blest Spirit of all truth, be nigh
and make us thine.

2. Thou art the source of life,
thou art our treasure-store;
give us thy peace and end our strife
forevermore.

3. Descend, O heavenly Dove,
abide with us alway;
and in the fullness of thy love,
cleanse us, we pray.

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Hymn A&M 238 Love of the Father, Love of God the Son

 

1. Love of the Father, Love of God the Son,
from whom all came, in whom was all begun;
who formest heavenly beauty out of strife,
creation’s whole desire and breath of life:

2. Thou the All-holy, thou supreme in might,
thou dost give peace, thy presence maketh right;
thou with thy favor all things dost enfold,
with thine all-kindness free from harm wilt hold.

3. Hope of all comfort, splendor of all aid,
that dost not fail nor leave the heart afraid:
to all that cry thou dost all help accord,
the angels’ armour, and the saints’ reward.

4. Purest and highest, wisest and most just,
there is no truth save only in thy trust;
thou dost the mind from earthly dreams recall,
and bring, through Christ, to him for whom are all.

5. Eternal Glory, all men thee adore,
who art and shalt be worshiped evermore:
us whom thou madest, comfort with thy might,
and lead us to enjoy thy heavenly light.

 

Hymn A&M 239 Spirit divine, attend our prayers

1. Spirit divine, attend our prayers,
and make this house thy home;
descend with all thy gracious powers,
O come, great Spirit, come!

2. Come as the light; to us reveal
our emptiness and woe,
and lead us in those paths of life
where all the righteous go.

3. Come as the fire and purge our hearts
like sacrificial flame;
let our whole soul an offering be
to our Redeemer’s Name.

4. Come as the dew and sweetly bless
this consecrated hour;
may barrenness rejoice to own
thy fertilizing power.

5. Come as the dove, and spread thy wings,
the wings of peaceful love;
and let thy Church on earth become
blest as the Church above.

6. Come as the wind, with rushing sound
and Pentecostal grace,
that all of woman born may see
the glory of thy face.

7. Spirit divine, attend our prayers,
make a lost world thy home;
descend with all thy gracious powers;
O come, great Spirit, come!

 

Hymn A&M 240 Pleasant are thy courts above

 

1. Pleasant are thy courts above
in the land of light and love;
pleasant are thy courts below
in this land of sin and woe:
O my spirit longs and faints
for the converse of thy saints,
for the brightness of thy face,
for thy fullness, God of grace.

2. Happy birds that sing and fly
round thy altars, O Most High;
happier souls that find a rest
in a heavenly Father’s breast:
like the wandering dove, that found
no repose on earth around,
they can to their ark repair,
and enjoy it ever there.

3. Happy souls, their praises flow
even in this vale of woe;
waters in the desert rise,
manna feeds them from the skies;
on they go from strength to strength,
till they reach thy throne at length,
at thy feet adoring fall,
who hast led them safe through all.

4. Lord, be mine this prize to win,
guide me through a world of sin,
keep me by thy saving grace,
give me at thy side a place;
Sun and Shield alike thou art,
guide and guard my erring heart;
grace and glory flow from thee;
shower, O shower then, Lord, on me.

 

Hymn A&M 241 Hosanna to the living Lord!

1. Hosanna to the living Lord!
Hosanna to the incarnate Word!
To Christ, Creator, Savior, King,
let earth, let heaven, hosanna sing!
Hosanna in the highest!

2. O Savior, with protecting care
abide in this thy house of prayer,
where we thy parting promise claim.
assembled in thy sacred Name:
Hosanna in the highest!

3. But, chiefest, in our cleansed breast,
Eternal! bid thy Spirit rest;
and make our secret soul to be
a temple pure and worthy thee.
Hosanna in the highest!

4. To God the Father, God the son,
and God the Spirit, three in one,
be honour, praise, and glory given
by all on earth and all in heaven:
Hosanna in the highest!

 

Hymn A&M 242 We love the place, O God

1. We love the place, O God,
wherein thine honor dwells;
the joy of thine abode
all earthly joy excels.

2. It is the house of prayer,
wherein thy servants meet;
and thou, O Lord, art there
thy chosen flock to greet.

3. We love the sacred font;
for there the Holy Dove
to pour is ever won’t
his blessing from above.

4. We love thine altar, Lord;
O what on earth so dear?
For therein faith adored,
we find thy presence near.

5. We love the word of life,
the word that tells of peace,
of comfort in the strife,
and joys that never cease.

6. We love to sing below
for mercies freely given;
but O we long to know
the triumph-song of heaven.

7. Lord Jesus, give us grace
on earth to love thee more,
in heaven to see thy face,
and with thy saints adore.

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Hymn A&M 243 Christ is our corner-stone

1. Christ is our corner-stone,
on him alone we build;
with his true saints alone
the courts of heaven are filled:
on his great love
our hopes we place
of present grace
and joys above.

2. O then with hymns of praise
these hallowed courts shall ring;
our voices we will raise
the Three in One to sing;
and thus proclaim
in joyful song
both loud and long
that glorious Name.

3. Here, gracious Lord, do thou
forevermore draw nigh;
accept each faithful vow,
and mark each suppliant sigh:
in copious shower
on all who pray,
each holy day
thy blessings pour.

4. Here may we gain from heaven
the grace which we implore;
and may that grace, once given,
be with us evermore,
until that day
when all the blest
to endless rest
are called away.

 

Hymn A&M 244 O Lord, how joyful ’tis to see

 

1. O Lord, how joyful ’tis to see
the brethren join in love to thee;
on thee alone their heart relies,
their only strength thy grace supplies.

2. How sweet within thy holy place
with one accord to sing thy grace,
besieging thine attentive ear
with all the force of fervent prayer.

3. O may we love the house of God,
of peace and joy the blest abode;
O may no angry strife destroy
that sacred place, that holy joy.

4. The world without may rage, but we
will only cling more close to thee,
with hearts to thee more wholly given,
more weaned from earth, more fixed on heaven.

5. Lord, shower upon us from above
the sacred gift of mutual love;:
each other’s wants may we supply,
and reign together in the sky.

 

Hymn A&M 245 Jesus, where’er thy people meet

1. Jesus, where’er thy people meet,
there they behold thy mercy seat;
where’er they seek thee thou art found,
and every place is hallowed ground.

2. For thou, within no walls confined,
inhabitest the humble mind;
such ever bring thee where they come,
and, going, take thee to their home.

3. Dear Shepherd of thy chosen few,
thy former mercies here renew;
here, to our waiting hearts, proclaim
the sweetness of thy saving Name.

4. Here may we prove the power of prayer
to strengthen faith and sweeten care;
to teach our faint desires to rise,
and bring all heaven before our eyes.

5. Lord, we are few, but thou art near;
nor short thine arm, nor deaf thine ear;
O rend the heavens, come quickly down,
and make a thousand hearts thine own!

 

Hymn A&M 246 Angel voices, ever singing

1. Angel voices, ever singing,
round thy throne of light,
angel harps, for ever ringing,
rest not day or night;
Thousands only live to bless Thee,
and confess Thee
Lord of might.

2. Thou who art beyond the farthest
mortal eye can scan,
can it be that thou regardest
songs of sinful man?
Can we know that thou art near us
and wilt hear us?
Yea, we can.

3. Yea, we know that thou rejoicest
o’er each work of thine;
thou didst ears and hands and voices
for thy praise design;
craftsman’s art and music’s measure
for thy pleasure
all combine.

4. In thy house, great God, we offer
of thine own to thee;
and for thine acceptance proffer,
all unworthily,
hearts and minds and hands and voices,
in our choicest
psalmody.

5. Honor, glory, might and merit,
thine shall ever be,
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,
blessed Trinity!
Of the best that thou hast given
earth and heaven
render thee.

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Hymn A&M 247 Great Shepherd of thy people, hear

 

1. Great Shepherd of thy people, hear;
thy presence now display;
as thou hast given a place for prayer,
so give us hearts to pray.

2. Within these walls let holy peace
and love and concord dwell;
here give the troubled conscience ease;
the wounded spirit heal.

3. May we in faith receive thy Word,
in faith address our prayers;
and in the presence of the Lord
unbosom all our cares.

4. The hearing ear, the seeing eye,
the contrite heart bestow;
and shine upon us from on high,
that we in grace may grow.

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Hymn A&M 248 Lord of the worlds above

1. Lord of the worlds above,
how pleasant and how fair
the dwellings of thy love,
thine earthly temples are!
To thine abode,
my heart aspires
with warm desires
to see my God.

2. O happy souls that pray
where God appoints to hear!
O happy men that pay
their constant service there!
They praise thee still;
and happy they
that love the way
to Zion’s hill.

3. They go from strength to strength,
through this dark vale of tears,
till each arrives at length,
till each in heaven appears;
O glorious seat,
when God, our King,
shall thither bring
our willing feet.

 

Hymn A&M 249 Lo, God is here! let us adore

 

1. Lo, God is here! let us adore,
and own how dreadful is this place!
Let all within us feel his power,
and silent bow before his face:
who know his power, his grace who prove,
serve him with awe, with reverence love.

2. Lo, God is here! him day and night
rejoicing choirs of angels sing;
to him, enthroned above all height,
the host of heaven their praises bring.
Disdain not, Lord, our meaner song,
who praise thee with a faltering tongue.

3. Being of beings! may our praise
thy courts with grateful fragrance fill
still may we stand before thy face,
still hear and do thy sovereign will;
to thee may all our thoughts arise,
a true and ceaseless sacrifice.

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Hymn A&M 250 Lord, thy Word abideth

1. Lord, thy Word abideth,
and our footsteps guideth;
who its truth believeth
light and joy receiveth.

2. When our foes are near us,
then thy Word doth cheer us,
Word of consolation,
message of salvation.

3. When the storms are o’er us,
and dark clouds before us,
then its light directeth,
and our way protecteth.

4. Who can tell the pleasure,
who recount the treasure,
by thy Word imparted
to the simple-hearted?

5. Word of mercy, giving
succor to the living;
word of life, supplying
comfort to the dying!

6. O that we, discerning,
it’s most holy learning,
Lord, may love and fear thee,
evermore be near thee!

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