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1.THOU art the Way : to Thee aloneFrom sin and death we flee :And he who would the Father seekMust seek Him, Lord, by Thee.
2.Thou  art  the  Truth:Thy  wordalone True wisdom can impart; Thou only canst Inform the mind, And purify the heart.
3.Thou art the Life: the rending tombProclaims Thy  conquering arm; And those who put their trust in Thee Nor death nor hell shall harm.
4.Thou art the Way. the Truth, theLife: Grant us that Way to know, That Truth to keep, that Life to win, Whose joys eternal flow.    Amen.


1.ONE who is all unfit to countAs scholar in Thy school,Thou of Thy love hast named a friend O kindness wonderful!
2.So weak am I, O gracious Lord,So all unworthy Thee, That e'en the dust upon Thy feet Outweighs me utterly.
3.Thou dwellest in unshadowed light,All sin and shame above That Thou shouldst bear our sin and shame, How can I tell such love?
4.Ah, did not He the heavenly throneA little thing esteem, And not unworthy for my sake A mortal body deem?
5.When In His flesh they drove the nails, Did He not all endure? What name is there to fit a life So patient and so pure?
6.So, Love itself in human form, For love of me He came; I cannot look upon His face For shame, for bitter shame.
7.If there is aught of worth in me, It comes from Thee alone; Then keep me safe, for so. O Lord,Thou keepest but Thine own.


1.THOU say'st: Take up thy cross, O man, and follow Me,The night is black, the feet are slack; Yet we would follow Thee.
2.But, O dear Lord, we cry, That we Thy face could see : Thy blessed face one  moment's space Then might we follow Thee.
3.Dim tracts of time divideThose golden days from me; Thy voice comes strange o'er years of change; How can we follow Thee?
4.Comes faint and far Thy voiceFrom vales of Galilee;Thy vision fades in ancient shades? How should we follow Thee?
5.O heavy cross—of faithIn what we cannot see :As once of yore Thyself restore, And help to follow Thee.
6.If not as once Thou earnestIn true humanity,Come yet as Guest within the breast That burns to follow Thee.
7.Within our heart of heartsIn nearest nearness be;Set up Thy throne within Thine own; Go, Lord—we follow Thee


1.JESUS calls us! O'er the tumultOf our life's wild restless sea,Day by day His sweet voice soundeth, Saying:   Christian, follow Me
2.As, of old, apostles heard ItBy the Galilean lake, Turned from home and toll and kindred, Leaving all for His dear sake.
3.Jesus calls us from the worshipOf the vain world's golden store,From each Idol that would keep us,Saying : Christian, love Me more 
4.In our Joys and In our sorrows,Days of toll and hours of ease, Still He calls, in cares and pleasures, That  we  love Him  more  than these.
5.Jesus calls us I By Thy mercies,Saviour, make us hear Thy call,Give our hearts to Thine obedience,Serve and love Thee best of all.


1.O THOU, whom once they flocked to hear,Thy words to hear. Thy power to feel; Suffer the sinners to draw near, And graciously receive us still
2.They that be whole. Thyself hast said, No need of a physician have; But I am sick, and want Thine aid, And want Thine utmost power to save.
3.Thy power,and truth,and love divine, The same from age to age endure; A word, a gracious word of Thine, The most inveterate plague can cure.
4.Helpless howe'er my spirit lies,And long hath languished at the pool, A word of Thine shall make me rise, And speak me in a moment whole.
5.Make this the acceptable hour; Come,O my soul's physician Thou! Display Thy sanctifying power, And show me Thy salvation now. Amen.


1.HEAL us,Immanuel; hear  our prayer;We wait to feel Thy touch: Deep-wounded souls to Thee repair; And, Saviour, we are such.
2.Our faith Is feeble, we confess; We faintly trust Thy word : But wilt Thou pity us the less? Be that far from Thee, Lord.
3.Remember him who once applied With trembling for relief; Lord, I believe! with tears he cried, O help my unbelief!4.She, too, who touched Thee In the press, And healing virtue stole, Was  answered:   Daughter,  go  In peace, Thy faith hath made thee whole.
5.Like her, with hopes and fears we come, To touch Thee, If we may: O send us not despairing home, Send none unhealed away. Amen.


1.I HEARD the voice of Jesus say :    Come unto Me and rest; Lay down, thou weary one, lay downThy head upon My breast!I came to Jesus as I was,Weary, and worn, and sad;I found In Him a resting-place,And He has made me glad.
3.I heard the voice of Jesus say : Behold, I freely give The living water; thirsty one,Stoop down and drink, and live! I came to Jesus, and I drank Of that life-giving stream; My thirst was quenched, my soul revived, And now I live In Him.
3.1 heard the voice of Jesus say : I am this dark world's Light; Look unto Me, thy morn shall rise,And all thy day be bright! I looked to Jesus, and I foundIn Him my star, my sun; And in that light of life I'll walk Till travelling days are done.


1.JESUS, Thy far-extended fameMy drooping soul exults to hear; Thy name, Thy all-restoring name, Is music In a sinner's ear.
2.Sinners of old Thou didst receiveWith comfortable words and kind, Their sorrows cheer, their wants relieve, Heal the diseased, and cure the blind.
3.And art Thou not the Saviour still,In every place and age the same? Hast Thou forgot Thy gracious skill, Or lost the virtue of Thy name?
4.Faith in Thy changeless name Ihave;The good,the kind  physician, Thou Art able now our souls to save, Art willing to restore them now.
5.Wouldst  Thou the body's health restore, And not regard the Sin-sick soul? The sin-sick soul Thou lov'st much more, And surely Thou shalt make It whole.
6.All my disease, my every sin,To Thee, O Jesus, I,confess;In pardon, Lord, my cure begin,And perfect it in holiness.


1.WHAT means this eager, anxious throng,Which moves with busy haste along,These wondrous gatherings day by day?What means this strange commo¬tion, pray?In accents hushed the throng reply:Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.
2.Who is this Jesus? Why shouldHe 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 belowMan'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…


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 yonder cot, Bending to His toilsome lot?
3.Who Is He, In deep distress,Fasting in the wilderness?
4.Who Is He that stands and weepsAt the grave where Lazarus sleeps?
5.Lo, at midnight, who Is He Prays In dark Gethsemane?
6.Who Is He, In Calvary's throes, Asks for blessings on His foes?
7.Who is He that from the grave Comes to heal and help and save?
8.Who Is He that from His throne Rules through all the worlds alone?


1.THOU dldst leave Thy throneAnd Thy kingly crown,When Thou earnest to earth for me; But In Bethlehem's home Was there found no roomFor Thy holy nativity :O come to my heart, Lord Jesus;There is room In my heart for Thee.
2.Heaven's arches rangWhen the angels sang,Proclaiming Thy royal degree;But of lowly birthCam'st Thou, Lord, on earth, And In great humility :O come to my heart, Lord Jesus; There is room to my heart for Thee.
3.The foxes found rest,And the birds their nest,In the shade of the cedar-tree;But Thy couch was the sod,O Thou Son of God, In the deserts of Galilee:O come to my heart, Lord Jesus; There is room In my heart for Thee.
4.Thou earnest, O Lord,With the living wordThat should set Thy people free; But, with mocking scorn And with crown of thorn,They bore Thee to Calvary :O come to my heart, Lord Jesus;Thy Cross Is my only plea.
5.When heaven's arches ring,And her choirs shall sing,At Thy coming to victory,Let Thy voice call me home,Saying :   Yet there i…


1.AND didst Thou love the race that loved not Thee? And didst Thou take to heaven a human  brow? Dost plead with man's voice by the marvellous  sea? Art Thou his kinsman now? 
2.O God, O kinsman, loved, but not enough 0 Man, with eyes majestic after death !Whose feet have tolled along our pathways rough, Whose lips drawn human breath!
3.By that one likeness which Is ours and Thine,By that one nature which doth hold us kin, By that high heaven where, sinless,Thou dost shine,To draw us sinners in;
4.By Thy last silence In the Judgement hall, By long foreknowledge of  the deadly tree, By darkness, by the wormwood and the gall,1 pray Thee visit me.
5.Come, lest this heart should, cold and cast away, Die ere  the Guest adored  she entertain Lest  eyes  that  never  saw  Thine earthly day Should miss Thy heavenly reign. 


1.WE saw  Thee  not  when  Thou didst comeTo this poor world of sin and death,Nor e'er beheld Thy cottage homeIn that despised Nazareth; But we believe Thy footsteps trod Its streets and plains, Thou Son of God. 2.We did not see Thee lifted highAmid that wild and savage crew, Nor heard Thy meek, imploring cry: Forgive,they know not what they do! Yet we believe the deed was done, Which shook the earth and veiled the sun.
3.We stood not by the empty tombWhere late Thy sacred body lay, Nor sat within that upper room,Nor met Thee in the open way; But we believe that angels said : Why seek the living with the dead?
4.We did not mark the chosen few,When  Thou didst through the clouds ascend,First lift to heaven their wondering view, Then to the earth all prostrate bend; Yet we believe that mortal eyes Beheld that journey to the skies.
5.And now that Thou dost reign on high, And thence Thy waiting people bless, No ray of glory from the sky Doth shine upon our wilderness; But we believe Thy …


1.JESUS, who lived above the sky,     Came down to be a man and die; And in the Bible we may see How very good He used to be.
2.He went about—He was so kind— To cure poor people who were blind; And many who were sick and lame, He pitted them and did the same.
3.And more than that. He told them, too, The things that God would have them do; And was so gentle and so mild, He would have listened to a child.
4.But such a cruel death He died He was hung up and crucified;And those kind hands that did such good, They nailed them to a cross of wood.
5.And so He died—and this Is whyHe came to be a man and die;The Bible says He came from heaven,That we might have our sins forgiven.


1.WHEN the Lord of Love was here,Happy hearts to Him were dear, Though. His heart was sad; Worn and lonely for our sake, Yet He turned aside to make All the weary glad.
2.Meek and lowly were His ways;From His loving, grew His praise,From His giving, prayer : All the outcasts thronged to hear; All the sorrowful drew nearTo enjoy His care.
3.When He walked the fields,He drew From the flowers, and birds, and dew,Parables of God; For within His heart of love All the soul of man -did move,God had His abode.
4.Fill us, Lord, with Thy desireAll the sinful to inspireWith the Father's life; Free us from the cares that press On the heart of worldllness,From the fret and strife.
5.Lord, be ours Thy power to keep,In the very heart of griefAnd In trial, love; In our meekness to be wise, And through sorrow to ariseTo our God above.      Amen.


1.WHAT grace, O Lord, and beauty shoneAround Thy steps below; What patient love was seen In all Thy life and death of woe!
2.For ever on Thy burdened heartA weight of sorrow hung, Yet no ungentle, murmuring word Escaped Thy silent tongue.3.Thy foes might hate, despise, revile,Thy friends unfaithful prove. Unwearied  in  forgiveness still, Thy heart could only love.
4.O give us hearts to love like Thee,Like Thee, O Lord, to grieveFar more for others' sins, than allThe  wrongs  that we receive.
5.One with Thyself, may every eyeIn us, Thy brethren, see The gentleness and grace that Spring From union. Lord, with Thee.


1.MY song Is love unknown;My Saviour's love to me;Love to the loveless shown,That they might lovely be.O who am IThat for my sake, My Lord should takeFrail flesh, and die?
2.He came from His blest Throne,Salvation to bestow :But men made strange, and noneThe longed-for Christ would know.But O my Friend!My Friend indeed,Who at my needHis life did spend.
3.Sometimes they strew His way,And His sweet praises sing;Resounding all the day,Hosannas to their King.Then :  Crucify! Is all their breath, And for His deathThey thirst and cry.4.Why, what hath my Lord done? What makes this rage and spite? He made the lame to run, He gave the blind their sight. Sweet injuries! Yet they at these Themselves  displease, And 'gainst Him rise.
5.They rise and needs will have My dear Lord made away; A murderer they save; The Prince of life they slay. Yet cheerful He To suffering goes, That He His foes From thence might free.
6.In life, no house, no homeMy Lord on earth might have;In death, no friendly t…


1.GOOD Christian men, rejoiceWith heart and soul and voice I Give ye heed to what we say :News!  News! Jesus Christ is born today. Ox and ass before Him bow, And He is In the manger now : Christ is born to-day.
2.Good Christian men, rejoiceWith heart and soul and voice INow ye hear of endless bliss :Joy!  Joy! Jesus Christ was born for this. He hath oped the heavenly door, And man is blest for evermore. Christ was born for this.
3.Good Christian men, rejoice With heart and soul and voice! Now ye need not fear the grave:Peace! Peace! Jesus Christ was born to save; Calls you one, and calls you all, To gain His everlasting hall. Christ was born to save.


1.LET earth and heaven combine,Angels and men agree,To praise in songs divineThe incarnate Deity,Our God contracted to a span,Incomprehensibly made man.
2.He laid His glory by,He wrapped Him In our clay; Unmarked by human eye, The latent Godhead lay; Infant of days He here Became, And   bore   the   mild   Immanuel's
3.Unsearchable the loveThat hath the Saviour brought; The grace Is far aboveOr man or angel's thought: Suffice for us that God, we know, Our God, is manifest below.
4.He deigns in flesh to appear,Widest extremes to join; To bring our vileness near,And make us all divine : And we the life of God shall know, For God is manifest below.
5.Made perfect first in love,And sanctified by grace, We shall from earth remove, And see His glorious face : Then shall His love be fully showed, And man shall then be lost in God. 


1.LET earth and heaven combine,Angels and men agree,To praise in songs divineThe incarnate Deity,Our God contracted to a span,Incomprehensibly made man.
2.He laid His glory by,He wrapped Him In our clay; Unmarked by human eye, The latent Godhead lay; Infant of days He here Became, And   bore   the   mild   Immanuel's
3.Unsearchable the loveThat hath the Saviour brought; The grace Is far aboveOr man or angel's thought: Suffice for us that God, we know, Our God, is manifest below.
4.He deigns in flesh to appear,Widest extremes to join; To bring our vileness near,And make us all divine : And we the life of God shall know, For God is manifest below.
5.Made perfect first in love,And sanctified by grace, We shall from earth remove, And see His glorious face : Then shall His love be fully showed, And man shall then be lost in God. 


1.To us a child of royal birth,Heir of the promises, is given; The Invisible appears on earth, The  Son  of  man,  the   God of heaven.
2.A Saviour born, in love supremeHe  comes  our  fallen souls to raise; He comes His people to redeem With all His plenitude of grace.
3.The Christ, by raptured seers foretold, Filled with the eternal Spirit's power, Prophet,and Priest,and King behold, And lord of all 'the -worlds adore.
4.The Lord of hosts, the God most high,Who quits His throne on earth to live,With joy we welcome from the sky,With faith into our hearts receive.


1.GOD from on high hath heard;Let sighs and sorrows cease;The skies unfold, and lolDescends the gift of peace.
2.Hark I on the midnight airCelestial voices swell; The hosts of heaven proclaim God comes on earth to dwell.
3.Haste with the shepherds; see The mystery of grace : A manger-bed, a Child, Is all the eye can trace.
4.Is this the Eternal Son,Who on the starry throne Before the worlds  begun Was with the Father One?
5.Yes, faith can pierce the cloudWhich shrouds His glory now, And hail Him God and Lord, To whom all creatures bow.
6.Faith sees the sapphire throne,Where angels evermore Adoring tremble still, And trembling still adore.7.O Child! Thy silence speaks,And bids us not refuse To bear what flesh would shun, To spurn what flesh would choose.
8.Fill us with holy love,Heal Thou our earthly pride; Born in each lowly heart, For ever there abide.     Amen.


1.THE race that Jong in darkness pinedHas seen a glorious Light; The people dwell in day, who dwelt In death's surrounding night.
2.To hail Thy rise, Thou better Sun,The gathering nations come,Joyous as when the reapers bearThe  harvest-treasures  home.3. To us a Child of Hope is born, To us a Son is given; Him shall the tribes of earth obey, Him all the hosts of heaven.
4.His name shall be the Prince of Peace, For evermore adored,The Wonderful, the Counsellor, The great and mighty Lord.
5.His power Increasing still shall spread, His reign no end shall know: Justice shall guard His throne above, And peace abound below.


1.LOVE came down at Christmas,Love all lovely, Love Divine;Love was born at Christmas,Star and angels gave the sign.
2.Worship we the  Godhead,Love Incarnate, Love Divine; Worship we our Jesus : But wherewith for sacred sign?
3.Love shall be our token,Love be yours and love be mine, Love to God and all men,Love for plea and gift and sign. 


1.IN the bleak mid-winter,
Frosty wind made moan,
Earth stood hard as iron,
Water like a stone;
Snow had fallen, snow on snow,
Snow on snow,
In the bleak mid-winter,
Long ago.

2.Our God, heaven cannot hold Him,
Nor earth sustain;
Heaven and earth shall flee away
When He comes to reign:
In the bleak mid-winter
A stable-place sufficed
The Lord God Almighty,
Jesus Christ.

3.Angels and archaJigels
May have gathered there,
Cherubim and seraphim
Thronged the air;
But His mother oJily,
In her maiden bliss,
Worshipped the Beloved
With a kiss.

4.What can I give Him,
Poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd,
I would bring a Iamb;
If I were a wise man,
I would do my part;
Yet what I can I give Him—
Give my heart.


1.THE Maker of the stin and moon,
The Maker of our earth,
Lo! late in time, a fairer boon,
Himself is brought to birth.

2.How blest was all creation then,
When God so gave increase;
And Christ, to heal the heartsof men,
Brought righteousness and peace.

3.No star in all the heights of heaven
But burned to see Him go;
Yet unto earth alone was given
His human form to know.

4.His human form, by man denied,
Took death for human sin ;
His endless love, through faith descried,
Still lives the world to win.

5.0 perfect Love, outpassing sight,
O Light beyond our ken,
Come down through all the world tonight,
And heal the hearts of men!


1.STUPENDOUS height of heavenly love,
Of pitying tenderness divine;
It brought the Saviour from above,
It  caused the  springing day to shine;
The sun of righteousness to appear,
And gild our gloomy hemisphere.

2.God did in Christ Himself reveal,
To chase our darkness by His light,
Our sin and Ignorance dispel,
Direct our wandering feet aright;
And bring our souls, with pardon
blest, To realms of everlasting rest.

3.Come then, O Lord, Thy light impart,
The faith that bids our terrors cease;
Into Thy love direct our heart,
Into Thy way of perfect peace;
And cheer the souls of death afraid,
And guide them through the dreadful shade.

4.Answer Thy mercy's whole design,
My God incarnated for me;
My spirit make Thy radiant shrine,
My light and full salvation be;
And through the shades of death
unknown Conduct me to
Thy dazzling throne.


1.GLORY be to God on high,
And peace on earth descend :
God comes down. He bows the sky,
And shows Himself our Friend :
God the Invisible appears :
God, the blest, the great I AM,
Sojourns in this vale of tears,
And Jesus Is His name.

2.Him the angels all adored,
Their Maker and their King;
Tidings of their humbled Lord
They now to mortals bring.
Emptied of His majesty,
Of His dazzling glories shorn,
Being's source begins to be,
And God Himself Is bornl

3.See the eternal Son of God
A mortal Son of Man;
Dwelling in an earthly clod,
Whom heaven cannot contain.
Stand amazed, ye heavens, at this :
See the Lord of earth and skies;
Humbled to the dust He Is,
And in a manger lies.

4.We, the sons of men, rejoice,
The Prince of Peace proclaim;
With heaven's host lift up our voice,
And shout Emmanuel's name :
Knees and hearts to Him we bow;
Of our flesh and of our bone,
Jesus is our Brother now,
And God Is all our own.


1.FROM the eastern mountains
Pressing on they come,
Wise men in their wisdom,
To His humble home,
Stirred by deep devotion,
Hasting from afar,
Ever Journeying onward,
Guided by a star.

2.There their Lord and Saviour
Meek and lowly lay,
Wondrous light that led them
Onward on their way,
Ever now to lighten
Nations from afar,
As they Journey homeward
By that guiding star.

3.Thou who in a manger
Once hast lowly lain,
Who dost now in glory
O'er all kingdoms reign,
Gather in the lieathen,
Who in lands afar
Ne'er have seen the brightness
Of Thy guiding star.

4.Gather in the outcasts,
All who have gone astray,
Throw Thy rutliiinco o'er them,
Guide them on their way,
Thoso who nnvnr know Thee,
Thoso who havo wnmlored far,
Guide tliom by brightness
Of Thy guiding ndir.

5.Onward through the darkness
Of the lonely night,
Shining still before them
With thy kindly light,
Guide them, jew and gentle,
Honeward from afar
Young and old together,
By Thy guiding star.


1.AS with gladness men of old 
Did the guiding star behold,
As with Joy they hailed Its light,
Leading onward, beaming bright;
So, most gracious Lord, may we
Evermore be led to Thee.

2.As with loyful steps they sped,
Saviour, to Thy lowly bed,
There to bend the knee before
Thee, whom heaven and earth adore;
So may we with willing feet
Ever seek the mercy-seat.

3.As they offered girts most rare
At Thy cradle rude and bare;
So may we with holy Joy,
Pure, and free from sin's alloy,
All our costliest treasures bring,
Christ, to Thee, our heavenly King.

4.Holy Jesus, every day Keep us in the narrow way;
And, when earthly things are past,
Bring our ransomed souls at last
Where they need no star to guide,
Where no clouds Thy glory hide.

5.In the heavenly country bright
Need they no created light;
Thou its light, its joy, its crown,
Thou Its sun which goes not down;
There for ever may we sing
Hallelujahs to out- King.   


1 THE first Nowell the angel did say
Was to certain poor shepherds
in fields as they lay :
In fields where they lay a-keeping their sheep
On a cold winter's night that was so deep.
Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell,
Born is the King of Israel.

2.They looked up and Baw a star,
Shining in the east, beyond them far,
And to the earth it gave great light,
And so It continued both day and night.

3.And by the light of that same star,
Three wise men came from country far;
To seek for a King was their Intent,
And to follow the star wherever It went.

4.This star drew nigh to the north-west,
O'er Bethlehem It took its rest,
And there It did both stop and stay
Right over the place where Jesus lay.

5.Then entered in those wise men three,
Pull reverently upon their knee,
And offered there in His presence
Their gold and myrrh and frank-incense.

6.Then let us all with one accord
Sing praises to our Heavenly Lord,
That hath made heaven and earth of nought,
And witn His blood mankind hath bought.


1.WHILE shepherds watched their flocks by night,
All  seated on  the  ground,
The angel of the Lord came down,
And glory shorn around.

2.Fear not ! said he; for mighty dread
Had siezed thier troubled mind :
Glad tidings of great Joy i bring
To you and all  mankind.

3.To you, In David's town, this day
Is born, of David's line,
A Saviour, who la Christ the Lord;
And this shall be the sign :

4.The heavenly Babe you there shall
And To human view displayed,
All meanly wrapped in swaddling bands
And in a manger laid.

5.Thus spake the seraph; and forth¬with
Appeared a shining throng
Of angels praising God, and thus
Addressed their joyful song :

6.All glory be to God on high,
And to the earth be peace;
Good will henceforth from heaven to men
Begin and never cease!     


1.IT came upon the midnight clear,
That glorious song of old,
From angels bending near the earth
To touch their harps of gold :
Peace on the earth, good-will to men,
From heaven's all-gracious King!
The world in solemn stillness lay
To hear the angels sing.

2.Still through the cloven skies they come
With peaceful wings unfurled;
And still their heavenly music floats
O'er all the weary world;
Above its sad and lowly plains
They bend on hovering wing,
And ever o'er its Babel sounds
The  blessed .angels sing.

3.But with the Woes of sin and strife
The world  has suffered  long;
Beneath the angel strain have rolled
Two thousand years of wrong;
And man, at war with man, hears not
The love song which they bring:
O hush the noise, ye men of strife,
And hear the angels sing.

4.And ye, beneath life's crushing load
Whose forms are bending low,
Who toil along the climbing way
With painful steps and slow—
Look now! for glad and golden hours
Come swiftly on the wing :
O rest beside…

A VIRGIN MOST PURE, AS prophets do tell

1.A VIRGIN most pure,as the prophets do tell,
Hath brought forth a Baby, as it hath befel,
To be our Redeemer from  death,hell, and sin,
Which Adam's transgression hath .wrapped us in.
And therefore be merry, set sorrow aside;
Christ Jesus our Saviour was born on this tide.

2.In Bethlehem in Jewry, a city there was
Where Joseph and Mary together did pass,
All for to be taxSdwlth many one moe,
For C£esar commanded the same should be so.

3.But when they had entered the city so fair,
A number of people so mighty was there,
That Joseph and Mary, whose sub¬stance was small,
Could find in the inn there no lodging at all.

4.Then were they constrained in a stable to lie,
Where horses and asses they used for to tie :
Their lodging so simple they took it no scorn,
But against the next morning our Saviour was born.

5.The King of all kings to this world being brought,
Small store of fine linen to wrap Him was sought,
But  when  she  had  swaddled  her young son so sweet,
Within an ox-manger sh…


1. GIVE heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes:
Who is it in yon manger lies?
Who is this child so young and fair?
The blessed Christ Child lieth there.

2. Ah, Lord, who hast created all,
How hast Thou made  Thee weak and small,
That Thou must choose Thy Infant
bed Where ass and ox but lately fed?

3. Were earth a thousand times as fair,
Beset with gold and Jewels rare,
She yet were far too poor to be
A narrow cradle, Lord, for Thee.

4. Ah, dearest Jesus, holy child,
Make Thee a bed, soft, undented,
Within my heart, that it may be
A quiet chamber kept for Thee.

5. My heart for very Joy doth leap,
My lips no more their silence keep;
I too must sing with Joyful tongue
That sweetest ancient cradle-song:

6. Glory to God in highest heaven,
Who unto man His Son hath given;
While angels sing with pious mirth
A glad new year to all the earth.


1. CRADLED In a manger, meanly   
Laid the Son of Man His head;
Sleeping His first earthly slumber
Where the oxen had been fed.
Happy were those shepherds listening
To the holy angel's word;
Happy they within that stable,
Worshipping their infant Lord.

2. Happy all who hear the message
Of His coming from, above;
Happier still who hall His coming,
And with praises greet His love.
Blessed Saviour, Christ most holy,
In a manger Thou didst rest;
Canst Thou stoop again, yet lower,
And abide within my breast?

3. Evil things are there before Thee;
In the heart, where they have fed,
Wilt Thou pitifully enter,
Son of Man, and lay Thy head?
Enter, then, O Christ most holy;
Make a Christmas in my heart;
Make a heaven of my manger :
It is heaven where Thou art.

4. And to those who never listened
To the message of Thy birth,
Who have winter, but no Christmas
Bringing them Thy peaceonearth,
Bend to these the Joyful tidings;
By all people, in each home,
Be there heard the Christmas an¬them :


1. LITTLE town of Bethlehem,   
How still we Bee thee lie !
Above thy deep and dreamless sleep
The silent stars go by:
Yet in thy dark street shineth
The everlasting Light;
The hopes and fears of all the years
Are met In thee to-night.

2. 0 morning stars, together
Proclaim the holy birth,
And praises sing to God the King,
And peace to men on earth;
For Christ Is born of Mary;
And, gathered all above,
While mortals sleep.the angels keep
Their watch of wondering love.

3. How silently, how silently
The wondrous gift is given !
So God imparts to human hearts
The blessings of His heaven.
No ear may hear His coming;
But In this world of sin,
Where meek souls will receive Him, still
The dear Christ enters In.

4. O holy Child of Bethlehem,
Descend to us, we pray;
Cast out our sin, and enter In;
Be born in us to-day.
We hear the Christmas angels
The great glad tidings tell;
O come to us, abide with us,
Our Lord Immanuel.       Amen.


1. SEE, amid the winter's snow,
Born for us on earth below,
See, the Lamb of God appears,
Promised from eternal years.

      Hail, thou ever-blessSd mornl
      Hail, redemption's happy dawn!
      Sing through all Jerusalem:
      Christ is born in Bethlehem!

2. LO, within a manger lies
He who built the starry skies,
He who, throned in height sublime,
Sits amid the cherubim.

3. Say, ye holy shepherds, say,
What your Joyful news to-day;
Wherefore have ye left your sheep
On the lonely mountain steep?

4. As we watched at dead of night,
Lo, we saw a wondrous light:
Angels, singing peace on earth,
Told us of the Saviour's birth,

5. Sacred Infant, all divine,
What a tender love was Thine,
Thus to come from highest bliss
Down to such a world as this !

6. Teach, O teach UB, holy Child,
By Thy face so meek and mild,
Teach us to resemble Thee
In Thy sweet humility.


1. STILL the night, holy the night!
Sleeps the world; hid from sight,
Mary and Joseph in stable bare
Watch o'er the Child beloved and fair,
Sleeping In heavenly rest.

2. Still the night, holy the night !
Shepherds first saw the light,
Heard resounding clear and long,
Far and near, the angel-song,
Christ the Redeemer is here!

3. Still the night, holy the night!
Son of God, O how bright
Love is smiling from Thy face !
Strikes for us now the hour of grace,


1.BRIGBTEST and best
of the sons of the morning,
Dawn on our darkness, and lend
us thine aid;
Star of the East, the horizon adorning,
Guide where our Infant Redeemer
Is laid.

2.Cold on His cradle the dew-drops are shining;
Low lies His head with the beasts of the  stall;
Angels adore Him in slumber reclining,
Maker, and Monarch, and Saviour of all.

3.Say, shall we yield Him, In costly devotion,
Odours of Edom, and offerings divine,
Gems of the mountain and pearls of the ocean,
Myrrh  from the forest or gold from the mine?

4.Vainly we offer each ample oblation;
Vainly  with  gifts  would His favour secure;
Richer by far Is the heart's adora¬tion;
Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor.

5.Brightest and best of the sons of the morning,
Dawn on our darkness, and lend us thine aid;
Star of the East, the nonzon adorning,
Guide where our infant Redeemer Is laid.


1.ALL my heart this night rejoices,
As I hear, far and near,
Sweetest angel voices :
Christ is  born ! their choirs are singing,
Till the air, everywhere, Now with Joy is ringing.

2.Hark! a voice from yonder manger,
Soft and sweet, doth entreat:
Flee from woe and danger;
Brethren, come;from all doth grieve you,
You are freed; all you need I will surely give you.

3.Come then, let us hasten yonder;
Here let all, great and small,
Kneel in awe and wonder,Love Him who with love
Is yearning; Hall the Star, that from far
Bright with hope Is burning.

4.Thee, O Lord, with heed I'll cherish,
Live to Thee, and with Thee Dying,
shall not perish, But shall dwell with
Thee for ever Par on high, In the Joy
That can alter never.


1 CHRISTIANS, awake, salute thehappy morn,Whereon the Saviour of the worldwas born;Rise to adore the mystery of love,Which hosts of angels chantedfrom above;With thorn the Joyful tidings firstbegunOf God incarnate and the Virgin'sSon.

2 Then to the watchful shepherds Itwas told,Who heard the angelic herald'svoice : Behold,I bring good tidings of a Saviour'sbirthTo you and all the nations uponearth;This day hath God fulfilled Hispromised word,This day Is born a Saviour, Christthe Lord.

3 He spake; and straightway thecelestial choirIn hymns of Joy, unknown before,conspire.The praises of redeeming love theysang,And heaven's whole orb with hallelujahsrang;God's highest glory was their anthemstill,Peace upon earth, and unto mengood-will.

4 To Bethlehem straight the enlightenedshepherds ran.To see the wonder God had wroughtfor man :Then to their flocks, still praisingGod, return.And their glad hearts with holyrapture burn;Amazed, the wondrous tidings theyproclaim,The first…


1.ANGELS from the realms of glory,Wing your flight o'er all the earth;Ye, who sang creation's story,Now proclaim Messiah's birth;Come and worship, Worship Christ, the new-bornKing.
2.Shepherds In the Held abiding,Watching o'er your flocks by night, God with man is now residing, Yonder shines the Infant light;Come and worship, Worship Christ the new-bornKing.
3.Sages, leave your contemplations;Brighter visions beam afar; Seek the great Desire of nations; Ye have seen His natal star;Come and worship, Worship Christ, the new-born King.
4.Saints, before the altar bending,Watching long with hope and fear, Suddenly the Lord, descending, In His temple shall appear;Come and worship, Worship Christ,the new-bornKing.


1. O COME, all ye faithful,Joyful and triumphant,Come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem;Come and behold HimBorn the King of angels:O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord

2. True God of true God,Light of light eternal,Lo! He abhors not the virgin�s womb,Son of the Father,Begotten, not created :O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.

3. Sing, choirs of angels,Sing in exultation,Sing, all ye citizens of heaven above,Glory to GodIn the highest:O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.

4. Yea, Lord , we greet Thee,Born this happy morning;Jesus, to Thee be glory given,Word of the father,Now in flesh appearing:O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.


1.SING we the King who Is coming to reign, Glory to Jesus, the Lamb that was slain, Life and salvation His empire shall bring, Joy to the nations when Jesus is King.Come let us sing: Praise to our King, Jesus our King, Jesus our King; This is our song, who to Jesus belong: Glory to Jesus, to Jesus our King.
2.All men shall dwell in His marvellous light, Races long severed His love shall unite, Justice and truth from His sceptre shall spring, Wrong shall be ended when Jesus is King.
3.All shall be well In His kingdom of peace, Freedom shall flourish and wisdom Increase, Foe shall be friend when His triumph we sing, Sword shall be sickle when Jesus is King.
4.Souls shall be saved from the burden of sin, Doubt shall not darken His witness within, Hell  hath  no  terrors,  and  dearth hath no sting; Love Is victorious when Jesus is King.
5.Kingdom of Christ, for thy comingwe pray, Hasten, O Father, the dawn of theday When this new song Thy creation shall sing, Satan is vanquished and Jesus Is…


1.MY heart and voice I raise, To spread Messiah's praise; Messiah's praise let all repeat; The universal Lord, By whose almighty word Creation rose in form complete.
2.A servant's form He wore,And In His body boreOur dreadful curse on Calvary :He like a victim stood,And poured His sacred blood,To set the guilty captives free.
3.But soon the Victor rose Triumphant o'er His foes, And  led  the vanquished host in chains : He threw their empire down, His foes compelled to own O'er all the great Messiah reigns.
4.With mercy's mildest grace,He governs all our raceIn wisdom, righteousness, and love : Who to Messiah fly Shall find redemption nigh,And all His great salvation prove.
5.Hall, Saviour, Prince of Peace Thy kingdom shall Increase,Till all the world Thy glory see, And righteousness abound As the great deep profound,And fill the earth with purity.


1.LET earth and heaven agree,Angels and men be Joined,To celebrate with meThe Saviour of mankind; To adore the all-atoning Lamb, And bless the sound of Jesu's name.
2.Jesus, transporting sound The Joy of earth and heaven; No other help is found,No other name is given, By which we can salvation have; But Jesus came the world to save.
3.Jesus, harmonious name It charms the hosts above; They evermore proclaim And wonder at His love; Tis all their happiness to gaze, Tis heaven to see our Jesu's face.
4.His name the sinner hears,And is from sin set free; TIs music in his ears, Tis life and victory; New songs do now his lips employ, And dances his glad heart for Joy.
5.Stung by the scorpion sin,My poor expiring soul The healing sound drinks in, And Is at once made whole : See there my Lord upon the tree ! I hear, I feel, He died for me.
6.O unexampled love O all-redeeming grace! How swiftly didst Thou move To save a fallen race : What shall I do to make it known What Thou *or all mankind…


1.I BLESS the Christ of God;I rest on love divine;And with unfaltering lip and heart, I call the Saviour mine.
2.His Cross dispels each doubt:I bury in His tombEach thought of unbelief and fear, Each lingering shade of gloom.
3.I praise the God of grace;I trust His truth and might; He calls me His, I call Him mine, My God, my joy, my light.
4.In Him is only good,In me is only ill;My ILL but draws His goodness forth, And me He loveth still.
5."Tis He who saveth me,And freely pardon gives;I love because He loveth me, I live because He lives.
6.My life with Him Is hid,My death has passed away,My clouds have melted Into light, My midnight into day.


1.JESUS, these eyes have never seen   That radiant form of Thine; The veil of sense hangs dark between Thy blessed face and mine.
2.1 see Thee not, I hear Thee not, Yet art Thou oft with me; And earth hath ne'er so dear a spot, As where I meet with Thee.
3.Like some bright dream that comes unsought, When slumbers o'er me roll, Thy Image ever fills my thought, And charms my ravished soul.
4.Yet, though I have not seen, andstill Must rest in faith alone; I love Thee, dearest Lord, and will, Unseen but not unknown.
5.When death these mortal eyes shall seal, And still this throbbing heart, The rending veil shall Thee reveal All glorious as Thou art.


1.JESU, Lover of my soul,Let me to Thy bosom fly, While the nearer waters roll,While the tempest still is high: Hide me, O my Saviour, hide,Till the storm of life be past; Safe Into the haven guide,O receive my soul at last.
2.Other refuge have I none,Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Leave, ah! leave me not alone,Still support and comfort me: All my trust on Thee is stayed,All my help from Thee I bring; Cover my defenceless headWith the shadow of Thy wing.
3. Thou, O Christ, art all I want, More than all in Thee I find. Raise the fallen, cheer the faint, Heal the sick, and lead the blind : Just and holy Is Thy name,I am all unrighteousness;False and full of sin I am,Thou art full of truth and grace.
4.Plenteous grace with Thee is found, Grace to cover all my sin; Let the healing streams abound,Make and keep me pure within: Thou of life the fountain art, Freely let me take of Thee, Spring Thou up within my heart, Rise  to  all eternity.     Amen.


1.JESU, Thou Joy of loving hearts,Thou Fount of life, Thou Light of men, From the best bliss that earth imparts We turn unfilled to Thee again.
2.Thy  truth   unchanged  hath   ever stood; Thou savest those that on Thee call; To them that seek Thee Thou art good, To them that find Thee, all In all.
3.We taste Thee, O Thou living Bread,And long to feast upon Thee still; We drink of Thee, the fountain-head,And thirst our souls from Thee to fill.
4.Our restless spirits yearn for Thee,Where'er our changeful lot Is cast; Glad when Thy gracious smile we see, Blest when our faith can hold Thee fast.
5.0 Jesus, ever with us stay;Make all our moments calm and bright;Chase the dark night of sin away;Shed o'er the world Thy holy light.Amen.


1.JESU, 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.O Hope of every contrite heart, O Joy of all the meek, To those who fall how kind Thou art! How good to those who seek 
4.But what to those Who find? Ah!this Nor tongue nor pen can show: The love of Jesus, what it Is None but His loved ones know.
5.Jesu, our only joy he Thou,As Thou our prize wilt be; Jesu, be Thou our glory now, And  through  eternity.     Amen.


1.O JESUS, King most wonderful!Thou Conqueror renowned;Thou Sweetness most Ineffable,In whom all Joys are found 
2.When once Thou visitest the heart,Then truth begins to shine, Then earthly vanities depart, Then kindles love divine.
3.O Jesus, Light of all below Thou Fount of living fire, Surpassing all the joys we know, And all we can desire:
4.Jesus, may all confess Thy name,Thy wondrous love adore; And, seeking Thee,themselves Inflame To seek Thee more and more.
5.Thee may our tongues for ever bless, Thee may we love alone, And ever In our lives express The Image of Thine own.
6.Abide with us, and let Thy lightShine, Lord, on every heart; Dispel the darkness of our night, And Joy to all Impart.
7.Jesus, our Love and Joy, to Thee,The Father's holy Son, All might, and praise, and glory be, While endless ages run.Amen.


1.JESU The very thought is sweet,In  that  dear name  all  heart-joys meet;But sweeter than the honey far The glimpses of His presence are.
2.No word Is sung more sweet than this, No name is heard more full of bliss, No thought brings sweeter comfort nigh Than Jesus, Son of God most high. 
3.1  seek for Jesus in repose, When round my heart its chambers close; Abroad, and when I shut the door, I  long  for Jesus  evermore.
4.With Mary in the morning gloom I seek for Jesus at the tomb; For Him, with love's most earnest cry, I seek with heart and not with eye.
5.Jesus, to God the Father gone, Is seated on the heavenly throne: My heart hath also passed from me, That where He is there it may be.
6.We follow Jesus now, and raise The voice of prayer, the hymn of praiseThat He at last may make us meetWith Him to gain the heavenly seat.


1.JESUS, the First and Last, On Thee my soul is cast: Thou didst Thy work begin By blotting  out my sin; Thou wilt the root remove, And perfect me in love.
2.Yet when the work is done, The work is but begun: Partaker of Thy grace, I long to see Thy face; The first I prove below, The last I die to know.


1. THOU great Redeemer, dying Lamb,We love to hear of Thee;No musics like Thy charming name,Nor half so sweet can be.

2. Our Jesus shall be still our themeWhile in this world we stay:Well sing our Jesus lovely nameWhen all things else decay.

3. When we appear in yonder cloud,With all that favoured throng,Then will we sing more sweet, more loud,And Christ shall be our song.


1.O LORD and Master of us all,Whate'er our name or sign,We own Thy sway, we hear Thy call,We test our lives by Thine.
2.Thou judgest us :   Thy purityDoth all our lusts condemn; The love that draws us nearer Thee Is hot with wrath to them.
3.Our thoughts He open to Thy sight; And, naked to Thy glance, Our secret sins are In the light Of Thy pure countenance.
4.Yet, weak and blinded though we be,Thou dost our service own; We bring our varying gifts to Thee, And Thou rejectest none.
5.Apart from Thee all gain is loss,All labour vainly done; The solemn shadow of Thy Cross Is better than the sun.6.Our Friend, our Brother, and our Lord, What may Thy service be? Nor name, nor form, nor ritual word, But simply following Thee.
7.We faintly hear, we dimly see, In differing phrase we pray; But, dim or clear, we own in Thee The Light, the Truth, the Way.


1.TEST of the weary,Joy of the sad, Hope of the dreary, Light of the glad, Home of the stranger,Strength to the end, Refuge from danger, Saviour and Friend.
2.Pillow where, lying,Love rests Its head, Peace of the dying,Life of the dead, Path of the lowly,Prize at the end, Breath of the holy,Saviour  and  Friend.
3.When my feet stumble,I'll to Thee cry : Crown of the humble,Cross of the high. When my steps wander,Over me bend, Truer and fonder,Saviour and Friend.
4.Ever confessingThee, I will raise Unto Thee blessing,Glory, and praise; All   my endeavour,World without  end, Thine to be ever,Saviour  and Friend.


1.ONE there Is above all others,Well deserves the name of friend; His is love beyond a brother's, Costly, free, and knows no end: They who once His kindness prove, Find It everlasting love.
2.Which of all our friends, to save us,Could  or would have shed his blood? But our Jesus died to have us Reconciled In Him to God : This was boundless love Indeed; Jesus is a friend In need.
3.When He lived on earth abasedFriend of sinners was His name; Now above all glories raised, He rejoices in the same; Still He calls them brethren, friends, And to all their wants attends.
4.O for grace our hearts to soften Teach us, Lord, at length to love; We, alas I forget too oftenWhat a friend we have above; But  when  home  our  souls are brought, We shall love Thee as we ought. 


1.HOW sweet  the  name of Jesus soundsIn a believer's ear ! It  soothes  his  sorrows,heals his wounds, And drives away his fear.
2.It makes the wounded spirit whole,And calms the troubled breast; Tis manna to the hungry soul, And to the weary rest.
3.Dear name I the Rock on which I build, My shield, and hiding-place, My never-failing treasury, filled With boundless stores of grace!
4.Jesus, my Shepherd,Brother,Friend, My Prophet, Priest, and King, My Lord, my Life, my Way, my End, Accept the praise I bring.
5.Weak is the effort of my heart,And cold my warmest thought; But when I see Thee as Thou art I'll praise Thee as I ought.
6.Till then I would Thy love proclaimWith every fleeting breath; And may the music of Thy name Refresh my soul In death.Amen.


1.THOU hidden Source of calm repose,Thou all-sufficient Love divine, My help and refuge from my foes,Secure I am, If Thou art mine: And lol  from sin, and grief, andshame I hide me, Jesus, in Thy name.
2.Thy mighty  name  salvation  is,And keeps my happy soul above; Comfort it brings, and power, and peace, And joy, and everlasting love : To me, with Thy dear name, aregiven Pardon, and holiness, and heaven.3.Jesus, my all In all Thou art;My rest In toil, my ease in pain, The medicine of my broken heart,In war my peace, in loss my gain, My   smile   beneath   the   tyrant'sfrown, In shame my glory and my crown :
4.In want my plentiful supply,In weakness my almighty power, In bonds my perfect liberty,My light in Satan's darkest hour, In grief my Joy unspeakable, My life In death, my heaven in hell. 


1.O FILIAL Deity,Accept my new-born cry;Bee the travail of Thy soul,Saviour, and be satisfied;Take me now, possess me whole,Who for me, for me, hast died.
2.Of life the Fountain Thou,I know, I feel It now;Faint and dead no more I droop :Thou art In me;    Thy supplies,Every moment springing up,Into life eternal rise.
3.Thou the good Shepherd art,From Thee I ne'er shall part; Thou my Keeper and my Guide,Make me still Thy tender care; Gently lead me by Thy side, Sweetly in Thy bosom bear.
4.Thou art my dally Bread;O Christ, Thou art my Head; Motion, virtue, strength, to me, Me Thy living member, flow; Nourished I, and fed by Thee, Up to Thee In all things grow.
5.Prophet, to me revealThy Father's perfect will; Never mortal spake like Thee, Human prophet like divine; Loud and strong their voices be, Small, and still, and Inward Thine.
6.On Thee, my Priest, I call, Thy blood atoned for all; Still the Lamb as slain appears, Still  Thou  stand'st  before  the throne, Ever offering up…


1.JOIN all the glorious names  Of wisdom, love, and power, That ever mortals knew, That angels ever bore; All  are  too  mean  to  speak Hisworth, Too mean to set our Saviour forth.
2.But O what gentle means, What condescending ways, Doth our Redeemer use,To teach His heavenly grace; My soul, with Joy and wonder see What forms of love He bears for thee 
3.Arrayed In mortal fleshThe Covenant Angel stand, And holds the promises And pardons in His hands; Commissioned from His Father throne To make His grace to  mortal known.
4.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.
5.Be Thou my Counsellor,My Pattern, and my Guide; And through this desert landStill keep me near Thy side : O let my feet ne'er run astray, Nor rove, nor seek the crooked way 
6.I love my Shepherd's voice;His watchful eye shall keep My wandering soul among The thousands of His sheep ; He …


1.JESUS, Sun and Shield art Thou,    Sun and Shield for ever. Never canst Thou cease to shine,Cease to guard us, never. Cheer our steps as on we go, Come between us and the foe. 
2.Jesus, Bread and Wine art Thou, Wine and Bread for ever. Never canst Thou cease to feedOr refresh  us, never. Feed us still on bread divine, Drink we still of heavenly wine. 
3. Jesus, Love and Life art Thou, Life and Love for ever. Ne'er to quicken shalt Thou cease,Or to love us, never. All of life and love we need Is in Thee, in Thee Indeed.
4.Jesus, Peace and Joy art Thou,Joy and Peace for ever. Joy that fades not, changes not,Peace that leaves us never. Joy and peace we have In Thee. Now and through eternity.
5.Jesus, Song and Strength art Thou,Strength and Song for ever. Strength that never can decay,Song that ceaseth never. Still to us this strength and song, Through eternal days prolong.


1.NONE  other  Lamb, none  other Name,None other hope In heaven or earth or sea, None other hiding-place from guilt and  shame, None beside Thee.2.My faith bums low, my hope burns low; Only my heart's desire cries out in me, By the deep thunder of its want and woe, Cries out to Thee. 
3. Lord.Thou art life though I be dead; Love's Are Thou  art, however cold I be : Nor heaven have I, nor place to lay my head, Nor home, but Thee.


1.TO the Name of our salvation,  Laud and honour let us pay, Which for many a generationHid in God's foreknowledge lay, But with holy exultation We may sing aloud to-day.2.Jesus Is the Name we treasure,Name beyond what words can tell; Name of gladness. Name of pleasure,Ear and heart delighting well; Name of sweetness passing measure,Saving us from sin and helL
3.Tis the Name for adoration,Name for songs of victory, Name for holy meditationIn this vale of misery, Name for Joyful venerationBy the citizens on high.
4."Tis the Name that whoso preachethSpeaks like music to the ear; Who in prayer this Name beseechethSweetest comfort findeth near; Who its perfect wisdom reacheth,Heavenly joy possesseth here.
5.Jesus Is the Name exaltedOver every other name; In this Name, whene'er assaulted,We can put our foes to shame: Strength  to  them who  else  had halted,Eyes to blind, and feet to lame.
6.Therefore we In love adoring,This most blessed Name revere, Holy Jesu, Thee Imploring So t…


1. JESUS! the name high over all, In hell, or earth, or sky; Angels and men before It fall, And devils fear and fly. 
2.Jesus!  the name to sinners dear, The name to sinners given; It scatters all their guilty fear, It turns their hell to heaven. 
3.Jesus I the prisoner's fetters breaks, And  bruises  Satan's  head; Power Into strengthless souls It speaks, And life Into the dead. 
4.O that the world might taste and see The riches of His grace; The arms of love that compass me Would all mankind embrace.
5.His only righteousness I show,His saving grace proclaim;Tls all my business here below To cry :   Behold the Lamb!
6.Happy, If with my latest breathI might but gasp His name; Preach Him to all, and cry in death: Behold, behold the Lamb !


1.ALL hall the power of Jesu's name;
Let angels prostrate fall;
Bring forth the royal diadem
To crown Him Lord of all.

2.Crown Him, ye martyrs of our God,
Who from His altar call;
Extol Him In whose path ye trod,
And crown Him Lord of all.

3.Ye seed of Israel's chosen race,
Ye ransomed from the fall,
Hall Him who saves you by His grace,
And crown Him Lord of all.

4.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.

5.Let every tribe and every tongue
Before Him prostrate fall,
And shout In universal song
The crowned Lord of all. 

6.O that with yonder sacred throng
We at His feet may fall,
Join In the everlasting song,
And crown Him Lord of all


1.OBJECT of my first desire,
Jesus, crucified for me;
All to happiness aspire,
Only to be found In Thee.

2.Thee to praise, and Thee to know,
Constitute my bliss below;
Thee to see, and Thee to love,
Constitute my bliss above.

3.Lord, It Is not life to live,
If Thy presence Thou deny;
Lord, if Thou Thy presence give,
Tis no longer death to die.

4.Source and giver of repose,
Only from Thy smile It flows,
Peace and happiness are Thine;
Mine they are, If Thou art mine.

5.Let me but Thyself possess—
Total sum of happiness
Real bliss I then shall prove,
Heaven below and heaven above.


1.CHRIST,of all my hopes   the ground,
Christ, the spring of all my Joy,
Still In Thee may I be found,
Still for Thee my powers employ.

2.Let Thy love my heart Inflame,
Keep Thy fear before my sight,
Be Thy praise my highest aim,
Be Thy smile my chief delight.

3.When affliction clouds my sky,
And the wintry tempests blow,
Let Thy mercy-beaming eye
Sweetly cheer the night of woe.

4.When new triumphs of Thy name
Swell the raptured songs above,
May I feel a kindred flame,
Full of zeal, and full of love.

5.Life's best joy, to see Thy praise
Fly on wings of gospel light,
Leading on millennial days,
Scattering all the shades of night.

6.Fountain of o'erflowing grace,
Freely from Thy fullness give;
Till I close my earthly race,
May I prove It Christ to live.

7.Firmly trusting in Thy blood,
Nothing shall my heart confound;
Safely shall  I pass the flood,
Safely reach Immanuel's ground.

8.Thus, O thus, an entrance give
To the land of cloudless sky;
Having known It Christ to live,


1.WE know, by faith we surely know,
The Son of God Is come,
Is manifested here below,
And makes our hearts His home :
To us He hath, In gracious love,
An understanding given,
To recognize Htm from above
The Lord of earth and heaven.

2.The self-existing God supreme,
Our Saviour we adore,
Fountain of life eternal, Him
We worship evermore :
Out of His plenitude receive
Ineffable delight,
And shall through endless ages live
Triumphant in His sight.


1.JESUS comes with all His grace,   
Comes to save a fallen race :
Object of our glorious hope,
Jesus comes to lift us up.

2.Let the living stones cry out;
Let the sons of Abraham shout;
Praise we all our lowly King,
Give Him thanks, rejoice, and sing.

3.He hath our salvation wrought,
He our captive souls hath bought,
He hath reconciled to God,
He hath washed us in His blood.

4.We are now His lawful right,
Walk as children of the light;
We shall soon obtain the grace,
Pure In heart, to see His face.

5.We shall gain our calling's prize;
After God we all shall rise,
Filled with Joy, and love, and peace,
Perfected In holiness.


1.STRONG  Son  of  God,  immortal Love,
Whom we, that have not seen
Thy face, By faith, and faith alone, embrace,
Believing where we cannot prove;

2.Thou wilt not leave us In the dust :
Thou madest man, he knows not why :
He thinks he was not made to die;
And Thou hast made him:   Thou art  Just.

3.Thou seemest human and divine,
The highest,holiest manhood, Thou:
Our wills are ours, we know not how :
Our wills are ours, to make them Thine.

4. Our little systems have their day :
They have their day and cease to be :
They are but broken lights of Thee,
And Thou, O Lord, art more than they.


1.COME,letus Join OUT 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 hearts reply,
For He was slain for us.

3.Jesus Is worthy to receive
Honour and power divine;
And blessings, more than we can give,
Be, Lord, for ever Thine.

4.The whole creation Join In one
To bless the sacred name
Of Him that sits upon the throne,
And to adore the Lamb.


1.ALL glory, laud, and honour
To Thee, Redeemer, King,
To whom the lips of children
Made sweet hosannas ring!

2.Thou art the King of Israel,
Thou David's royal Son,
Who In the Lord's name comest,
The King and blessed One. All glory—

3.The company of angels
Are praising Thee on high,
And mortal men and all things
Created make reply. All glory—

4.The people of the Hebrews
With palms before Thee went;
Our praise, and prayer,and anthems
Before Thee we present. All glory—

5.To Thee before Thy passion
They sang their hymns of praise;
To Thee now high exalted
Our melody we raise. All glory—

6.Thou didst accept their praises;
Accept the prayers we bring,
Who in all good dellghtest,
Thou good and gracious King.All glory—


1.HARK the glad sound! the Saviour comes,
The Saviour promised long;
Let every heart prepare a throne,
And every voice a song.

2.He comes the prisoners to release,
In Satan's bondage held;
The gates of brass before Him burst,
The iron fetters yield.

3.He comes the broken heart to bind,
The bleeding soul to cure,
And with the treasures of His grace
To enrich the humble poor.

4.Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace,
Thy welcome shall proclaim,
And heaven's eternal arches ring
With Thy beloved name.


1.Of the Father's love begotten
Ere the worlds began to be,
He Is Alpha and Omega,
He the source, the ending, He,
Of the things that are,thathave been,
And that future years shall see,
Evermore and evermore.

2.By His word was all created;
He commanded and 'twas done;
Earth and sky and boundless ocean,
Universe of three in one,
All that sees the moon's soft radiance,
All that breathes beneath the sun.
Evermore and evermore.

3.This Is Ho whom seers In old time
Chanted of with one accord,
Whom the voices of tho prophets
Promised In their faithful word;
Now he shines, the long-expected;
Let creation praise Its Lord,
Evermore and evermore.

4.Now lot old and young uniting
Chant to Thee harmonious lays;
Maid and matron hymn Thy glory,
Infant lips their anthems raise,
Boys and girls together singing
With pure heart their song of praise.
Evermore and evermore.

5. O ye heights of heaven, adore Him;
Angel hosts, His praises sing;
All dominions, bow before Him,
And extol our God and …


1.NOT what what these hands have done
Can save this guilty soul;
Not what this toiling flesh has borne
Can make my spirit whole.

2.Not what I feel or do
Can give me peace with God;
Not all my prayers, and sighs,
and tears Can bear my awful load.

3.Thy work alone, O Christ,
Can ease this weight of sin;
Thy blood alone, O Lamb of God,
Can give me peace within.

4.Thy love to me, O God,
Not mine, O Lord, to Thee,
Can rid me of this dark unrest,
And set my spirit free.

5.Thy grace alone, O God,
To me can pardon speak;
Thy power alone, O Son of God,
Can this sore bondage break.

6.I bless the Christ of God,
I rest on love divine,
And with unfaltering lip and heart,
I call this Saviour mine.


1.THEE will I praise with all my heart,
And tell man kind how good Thou art,
How marvellous  Thy  works  of grace;
Thy name I will In songs record,
And joy and glory in my Lord,
Extolled  above  all  thanks  and praise.

2.The Lord will save His people here;
In times of need their help Is near
To all by sin and hell oppressed;
And they that know Thy name will
trust In Thee, who, to Thy promise Just,
Hast never left a soul distressed.

3.The Lord  is  by His  Judgements known;
He helps His poor afflicted one,
His sorrows all He bears in mind;
The mourner shall not always weep,
Who sows in tears in Joy shall reap,
With grief who seeks with joy shall find.

4.A helpless soul that looks to Thee
Is sure at last Thy face to see,
And all Thy goodness to partake;
The sinner who for Thee doth grieve,
And longs, and labours to believe,
Thou never, never wilt forsake.


1.PRAISE ye the Lord! Tis good to raise
Your hearts and voices In His praise :
His nature and His works Invite
To make this duty our delight.

2.He formed the stars, those heavenly flames,
He counts their numbers, calls their names;
His wisdom's vast, and knows no bound,
A deep where all our thoughts are drowned.

3.Sing to the Lord I Exalt Him high,
Who spreads His clouds along the sky;
There He prepares the fruitful rain,
Nor lets the drops descend In vain.

4.He makes the grass the hills adorn,
And clothes the smiling fields with corn;
The  beasts with food His hands supply,
And the young ravens when they cry.

5.What is the creature's skill or force?
The sprightly man,or warlike horse?
The piercing wit, the active limb?
All are too mean delights for Him.

6.But saints are lovely In His sight,
He views His children with delight;
He sees their hope, He knows their fear,
And looks, and loves His Image there.


1.WHAT shall I do my God to love,
My loving God to praise?
The length,and breadth,and height to prove,
And depth of sovereign grace?

2.Thy sovereign grace to all extends,
Immense and unconflned;
From age to age It never ends;
It reaches all mankind.

3.Throughout the world its breadth
is known, Wide as infinity;
So wide it never passed by one,
Or It had passed by me.

4.My trespass was grown up to heaven;
But far above the skies,
In Christ abundantly forgiven,
I see Thy mercies rise.

5.The depth of all-redeeming love
What angel tongue can tell?
0 may I to the utmost prove
The gift unspeakable.

6.Come Quickly, gracious Lord, and take
Possession of Thine own;
My longing heart vouchsafe to make
Thine everlasting throne.


1.THE King of love my Shepherd is,
Whose goodness falleth never;
I nothing lack If I am His
And He Is mine for ever.

2.Where streams of living water flow
My ransomed soul He leadeth,
And where the verdant pasturesgrow
With food celestial feedeth.

3.Perverse and foolish oft I strayed;
But yet in love He sought me,
And on His shoulder gently laid,
And home rejoicing brought me.

4.In death's dark vale I fear no ILL
With Thee, dear Lord, beside me;
Thy rod and staff my comfort still,
Thy Cross before to guide me.

5.Thou spread'st a table in my sight;
Thy unction grace bestoweth;
And O what transport of delight
From Thy pure chalice floweth !

6.And so through all the length of days
Thy goodness faileth never;
Good Shepherd, may I sing
Thy praise Within Thy house for ever!


1.FATHER, whose everlasting love
Thy only Son for sinners gave,
Whose grace to all did freely move,
And sent Him down the world to save:

2.Help us Thy mercy to extol,
Immense, unfathomed, unconfined;
To praise the Lamb who died for all,
The general Saviour of mankind.

3.Thy undistlnguishlng regard
Was cast on Adam's fallen race;
For all Thou hast in Christ prepared
Sufficient, sovereign, saving grace.

4.The world He suffered to redeem;
For all He hath the atonement made;
For those that will not come to Him
The ransom of His life was paid.

5.Arise, O God, maintain Thy cause !
The fullness of the Gentiles call;
Lift up the standard of Thy Cross,
And all shall own Thou dledst for all.


1.PRAISE to the Holiest in the height,
And in the depth be praise :
In all His words most wonderful;
Most sure In all His ways.

2.O loving wisdom of our God !
When all was sin and shame,
A second Adam to the fight
And to the rescue came.

3.O wisest love! that flesh and blood
Which did in Adam fall,
Should strive afresh against the foe,
Should strive and should prevail.

4.And that a higher gift than grace
Should flesh and blood refine,
God's presence, and His very self
And essence all-divine.

5.O generotis love ! that He, who smote
In man for man the foe,
The double agony to man
For man should undergo.

6.And In the garden secretly,
And on the Cross on high,
Should teach His brethren, and Inspire
To suffer and to die.

7.Praise to the Holiest In the height,
And In the depth be praise :
In all His words most wonderful;
Most sure In all His ways.


1.MY God, how wonderful Thou art,
Thy majesty how bright!
How beautiful Thy mercy-seat,
In depths of burning light!

2.How dread are Thine eternal years,
O everlasting Lord,
By prostrate spirits day and night
Incessantly adored!

3.How beautiful, how beautiful,
The sight of Thee must be,
Thine  endless wisdom,boundlesa power,
And awful purity !

4.O how I fear Thee, living God,
With deepest, tenderest fears,
And worship Thee with trembling hope
And penitential tears !

5.Yet I may love Thee too, O Lord,
Almighty as Thou art,
For Thou hast stooped to ask of me
The love of my poor heart.

6.No earthly father loves like Thee;
No mother, e'er so mild,
Bears and forbears as Thou hast done
With me, Thy sinful child.

7.Father of Jesus, love's reward,
What rapture will It be
Prostrate before Thy throne to He,
And gaze, and gaze on Thee.


1.BEGIN, my soul, some heavenly theme;
Awake, my voice, and sing
The mighty works, or mightier name,
Of our eternal King.

2.Tell of His wondrous faithfulness,
And sound His power abroad;
Sing the sweet promise of His grace,
The quickening word of God.

3.Proclaim salvation from the Lord,
For wretched, dying men :
His hand hath writ the sacred word
With an Immortal pen.

4.Engraved as in eternal brass,
The mighty promise shines;
Nor can the powers of darkness rase
Those everlasting lines.

5.His every word of grace Is strong
As that which built the skies;
The voice that rolls the stars along
Speaks all the promises.

6.Now shall my fainting heart rejoice
To know Thy favour sure :
I trust the all-creating voice,
And faith desires no more.


1.WE come unto our fathers' God;
Their Rock is our salvation;
The eternal arms, their dear abode,
We make our habitation; We  bring Thee,
Lord, the praise they brought;
We seek Thee as Thy saints have sought
In every generation.

2.The Are divine their steps that led
Still goeth bright before us;
The heavenly shield around them spread
Is still high holden o'er us;
The grace those sinners that subdued,
The strength those weaklings that renewed,
Doth vanquish, doth restore us.

3.The cleaving sins that brought them low
Are still our souls oppressing;
The tears that from their eyes did flow
Fall fast, our shame confessing;
As with Thee, Lord, prevailed their cry,
So our strong prayer ascends on high
And brlngeth down Thy blessing.

4.Their Joy unto their Lord we bring;
Their song to us descendeth;
The Spirit who in them did sing
To us His music lendeth;
His song in them, In us, is one;
We raise it high, we send It on,
The song that never endeth.

5.Ye saints to come, take up the str…


1.ALL my hope on God Is founded;
He doth still my trust renew,
Me through change and chance He guideth,
Only good and only true,God unknown,
He alone Calls my heart to be His own.

2.Pride of man and earthly glory,
Sword and crown betray his trust:
What with care and toil hebuildeth,
Tower and temple fall to dust,But God's power,
Hour by hour, Is my temple and my tower.

3.God's great goodness aye endureth,
Deep His wisdom passing thought :
Splendour,light,and life attend Him,
Beauty springeth out of nought.
Evermore From His store New-born worlds rise and adore.

4.Dally doth the Almighty Giver
Bounteous gifts on us bestow.
His desire our soul dellghteth,
Pleasure leads us where we go,Love doth stand
At His hand; Joy doth wait on His command.

5.Still from man to God eternal
Sacrifice of praise be done,
High above all praises praising
For the gift of Christ His Son.
Christ doth call One and all:
Ye who follow shall not fall.