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Hilf, dass ich doch nicht vergebens. Oder mir vielleieht zum Schaden. Sei zu deinem Tisch geladen! Lass mich durch dies Seelenessen. Deine Liebe recht ermessen,. Dass ich auch, wie jetzt auf Erden,. The composite translation is an altered form of that by Catherine Winkworth in her Lyra Germanica, second series, , and in her Chorale Book for England, , with the addition of Stanzas 3, 6, and 8, which she omitted. It belongs to the immortal hymns of the Lutheran Church and in a large number of congregations in Germany and America this hymn is sung regularly before communion.

The former president of the Norwegian Synod, Dr. Koren, employed this hymn in his church on Washington Prairie, Iowa, every Maundy Thursday during the course of his ministry, which extended over fifty years in that one congregation. The hymnologist, James Mearns, says that this hymn is possibly the most beautiful of all the German communion hymns. Danish versions were made by Brorson and Fr. There are in all eight or more English versions. There are two versions by Miss Winkworth. The first one appeared in her Lyra Germanica, , and is not in the meter of the original; the other, dating from , is in the same meter as the original.

In both versions, however, stanzas 3, 6, and 8 are omitted. Rede, liebster Jesu, rede,. Denn dein Kind gibt acht darauf;. Dass ich meinen Lebenslauf. Dir zur Ehre setze fort. Ach, lass stets dein heilig Wort. In mein Herz sein eingeschlossen,. Dir zu folgen unverdrossen! Dich, du liebster Menschenfreund? Alle herzlich wohl gemeint. Sie vertreiben alles Leid,. Selbst des Todes Bitterkeit. Muss vor deinen Worten weichen,. Nichts ist ihnen zu vergleichen. Jesu, dein Wort soll mich laben;. Will ich in mein Herz eingraben. Ach, nimm sie doch nimmermehr. Von mir weg in dieser Zeit,. Bis ich in der Ewigkeit.

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Unterdes vernimm meh Flehen;. Lass bei dir mich feste stehen;. So will ich dich ewiglich. Preisen mit Herz, Sinn und Mund,. Und deh hohes Lob besingen. The omitted Stanza 3 reads:. Deine Worte sind der Stecken,. Woran ich mich halten kann,. Wenn der Teufel mich will schrecken. Auf der schmalen Lebensbahn;. Mich selbst durch des Todes Tal,. Unter aller Kreuzeshitze. The translation is by George T.

Rygh, It appeared in The Lutheran Hymnary, It was translated into Norwegian by M. Walte, walte nah und fern,. Allgewaltig Wort des Herrn,. Wo nur seiner Allmacht Ruf. Wort vom Vater der die Welt. Und aus seinem Schoss herab. Seinen Sohn zum Heil ihr gab;. Der der Erde schwere Schuld. Ewig weggenommen hat;. Der den Weg zum Himmel weist. Wollen und Vollbringen schafft. Weithin wogt das weisse Feld;. Klein ist noch der Schnitter Zahl,.

Herr der Ernte gross und gut,. Wirk zum Werke Lust und Mut;. Schauen deines Lichtes Strahl! The translation is by Catherine Winkworth, Lyra Germanica, second series, , slightly altered. Word of Life, most pure and strong,. Lo, for thee the nations long;. Spread till from its dreary night. All the world awakes to light. THIS hymn was first published in a special edition in It is considered one of the best missionary hymns of the Church.

Our English rendering is by Miss Winkworth. It was published in Lyra Germanica, It passed over into many Lutheran and other hymnals. The melody St. Agnes , by J. Dykes, was composed especially for this hymn. Anne was composed by William Croft b. He was a prominent composer of church music. Croft died in and was buried in Westminster Abbey. It is generally ascribed to William Croft. Love, Scottish Church Music.

The melody is by Henri F. Hemy, England, , altered by James G. Walton, England, Christopher is by F. Maker, composer of songs, born , in England. Thorne, Magnus or Nottingham was written by Jeremiah Clarke, an English musician ? He was for some time organist of St. It first appeared in The Divine Companion, etc. Peter, or Christ Church is by A. Reinagle and is first found in his Psalm Tunes for the Voice and Pianoforte, circa , set to Psalm It was rearranged by the composer for Hymns Ancient and Modern.

The melody was written by D e mitri Stepanowich Bortnianski He studied music under Galuppi of St. Later he continued his studies in Venice. He served as conductor of the imperial choir of St. Petersburg and exerted a powerful influence upon church music in Russia. Bortniansky, Baker and was first published in the appendix to the original edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern, Julian states that in John M.

Thrones, principalities, virtues, and powers,. Where, with the living ones mystical four,. Cherubim, seraphim, bow and adore. The question whether the tune was first a dance tune or a church tune corrupted to dance use has not been answered. It is a very popular Lenten hymn in Lutheran circles. The melody Stuttgart was first published in Psalmodia Sacra, edited by A.

Ludwig and C. Witt, Gotha, Weissel intended this tune for his hymn. The version in The Lutheran Hymnary contains stanzas 3, 7, 8, 9, 12, and 13 of the original. Shorter or longer excerpts of this hymn are found in almost all hymnals in the English language. There are many translations into various languages, one into Latin by R. Bingham, and another Latin version by H. O mi Salvator! It is found in Introduction to Psalmody, c.

The original hymn did not gain great favor, but twenty-four of the lines were rewritten by W. With a few changes this hymn has found a place in many leading hymn books, as The Hymnary, Hymns Ancient and Modern, and many others. It has been translated into many languages. There are three Latin versions. Frances R. Havergal wrote this hymn on February 4, , in eleven two-line stanzas. She states:. There were ten persons in the house, some unconverted and long prayed for, some converted, but not rejoicing Christians.

Before I left the house, every one had got a blessing. The last night of my visit after I had retired, the governess asked me to go to the two daughters. They were crying, etc. The hymn was first published in her Royal Responses, The melody Tallis Canon is composed by Thomas Tallis ca. Care should be taken in singing it to bring out the tenor part, which forms a perfect canon in the octave with the treble.

For this reason the usual pauses at the ends of lines must be omitted. This hymn is found in all the leading hymn books. It was given this name in The Lutheran Hymnal in order to commemorate the birthplace Tesin of Juraj Tranovsky, who included both hymn and tune in his Tranoscius. See: These are the holy ten commands. Instantis adventum Dei. Poscamus ardenti prece,. Festique munus inclytum. Praeoccupemus canticis.

Aeterna proles feminae. Non horret includi sinu;. Fit ipse servus, ut iugo. Nos servitutis eximat. Mansuetus et clemens venit;. Occurre, festina, Sion:. Ultro tibi quam porrigit,. Ne dura pacem respuas. Mox nube clara fulgurans. Mundi redibit arbiter,. Suique membra corporis. Caelo triumphator vehet. Fetus tenebrarum, die. Cedant propinquo crimina;. Adam reformetur vetus,. Imego succedat novi. Qui liberator advenis,. Fili, tibi laus maxima. Cum Patre et almo Spiritu. Debilis cessent elementa legis;. Sat diu mentes timor occupavit;. Foedus aeterni stabilire Iesus. Coepit amoris. Sole de vero radius, paterni.

Luminis purus sine nube splendor,. Probra peccati puer ecce tinctus. Samguine praefert. Stillat excisos pueri per artus. Efficax noxas abolere sanguis:. Obligat morti pretiosa totum. Stilla cruorem. Haec dies nomen tibi comparavit,. O puer, pronus quad adoret orbis,. Et simul dici, simul ipse Iesus. Incipis esse. Summa laus Patri, simul aequa Nato,. Qui suo mundum redimit cruore;.

Par sit amborum tibi laus per omne,. Spiritus, aevum. Iam satis mentes timor occupavit. The version above is from the Paris Breviary, The translation is an altered form of that which was made by the compilers of Hymus Ancient and Modern, Hilf, Gott, dass wir nicht schlafen,. Von deinem Angesicht. Da werden wir mit Freuden. Den Heiland schauen an,. Der durch sein Blut und Leiden. Den Himmel aufgetan,. Die lieben Patriarchen,. Propheten allzumal,. Die werden uns annehmen. Uns mengen mitten ein. Wir werden alle treten. Zur Rechten Jesu Christ,. Als unsern Gott ambeten,.

Der unsers Fleisches ist. Gott wird sich zu uns kehren,. Und herzen freundlich drauf,. Mit Gaben mildiglich. Die rechten Saitenspiel;:. Die Musikkunst wird bringen. In Gott der Freuden viel. Die Engel werden singen,. Mit himmelischen Zumgen.


Ewig in Gottes Reich. Die Hochzeit zu bereiten. Zu seinem Lob und Preis. Aus Gottes Schatz und Bronne. Uns gar aus aller Not,. Von Trauern, Weh und Klagen,. Von Krankheit, Schmerz und Leid,. THIS is the first Lutheran hymn which sings of the glories of eternal life. Only centos and excerpts of this hymn are in use. In Wackernagel made up a selection of 21 stanzas.

The 4 stanzas numbered in Italics and translated by Dr. Kennedy, , are given in The Lutheran Hymnary. Thirty-one stanzas of the hymn were rendered into Danish by Hans Christensen Sthen and published in Copenhagen, Landstad himself composed the second stanza for his version. Both the Danish and the Norwegian version have been rendered into the meter of the original. The translation is by Matthias Loy, although we are not certain that Stanzas 5 and 7 are by him. This hymn was written in and printed the same year in Lyra Fidelium.

It contained seven stanzas. Later a revised version of five stanzas was printed in Hymns Ancient and Modern, An enlarged edition of ten stanzas was published in for use in the Salisbury Cathedral. He is the Head of the Body, the Church. Paul Cathedral, London, , when all the bishops of the Lambeth conference were gathered in meeting.

The second redaction of the hymn that of five stanzas is found in all the leading English hymnals and has been translated into many languages. Gustav Jensen translated it into Norwegian for his Utkast til ny salmebok for den norske kirke. Marshall, Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit,. Dass Gottes Sohn wird kommen.

In seiner grossen Herzlichkeit,. Wie Petrus davon schreibet. An aller Welt ihr Ende,. Darauf bald werden auferstehn. Die aber noch das Leben han,. Die wird der Herr von Stunden an. Verwandeln umd verneuen. Danach wird man ablesen bald. Ein Buch, darin geschrieben,. Was alle Menschen, jung und alt,. Da dann gewiss ein jedermann. In seinem ganzen Leben. O weh demselben, welcher hat. Des Herren Wort verachtet. Nach grossem Gut getrachkt!

O Jesu, hilf zur selben Zeit. Von wegen deiner Wunden,. Dass ich im Buch der Seligkeit. Daran ich denn auch zweifle nicht,. Und meine Schuld bezahlet. Wenn du nun wirst erscheinen. Und lies mich aus dem Buche frei,. Darinnen stehn die Deinen,. Den du uns hast erworben.

O Jesu Christ, du machst es lang. Den Menschen wird auf Erden bang. Von wegen vieler Plage. Komm doch, komm doch, du Richter gross,. Und mach uns in Genaden los. The translation is an altered form of that by Philip A. Peter used in the Ohio Lutheran Hymnal, AnastasewV hmera. Pasca Kuriou, pasca. Ek gar qanatou proV zwhn,. CristoV o qeoV. Kaqarqwmen taV aisqhseiV,. Cairete faskontoV. Ouranoi men epaxiwV.

CristoV gar eghgertai,. The hymn was presumably written about the middle of the 8th century, as John of Damascus died about It was rendered into English in by John M. It forms the first of the eight odes that make up this canon. The translation is an altered form of that by John M.

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Afplanat har han med sitt blod. Den handskrift, som emot oss stod;. Uti sin helga nattward, der. Hans heliga lekamen sann,. Som han har lofwat i sitt ord. Hos den, som har en stadig tro;. Och som will helgad bli i Gud,. Gif oss att tro af hjertans grund,. O Jesus Christ, our Brother dear,.

Unto Thy cross we now draw near;. Thy sacred wounds indeed make whole. A wounded and benighted soul. The translation is an altered form of that by Olof Olsson. Tradition has it that the author, Thomas Olivers, wrote this hymn at the home of his friend John Bakewell, at Westminster, in The hymn is a free Christian rendering of the Hebrew Yigdal, or Doxology, which summarizes in metrical form the thirteen articles of the Hebrew Creed. Who reigns enthroned above;. Ancient of everlasting days.

And God of Love:. By earth and heaven confest;. I bow and bless the sacred Name,. Forever blessed. Whose all-sufficient grace. Shall guide me all my happy days. In all my ways:. He calls a worm his friend!

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He calls himself my God! And he shall save me to the end. And earth and hell withstand,. At His command:. The watery deep I pass,. With Jesus in my view;. And through the howling wilderness. My way pursue. The goodly land I see,.

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With peace and plenty blessed;. A land of sacred liberty. And endless rest. There milk amd honey flow;. And oil and wine abound,. And trees of life forever grow,. With mercy crowned. There dwells the Lord, our King,. The Prince of Peace;. His kingdom still maintains;. And glorious with His saints in light. Forever reigns. He keeps His own secure,. He guards them by His side,. Arrays in garments, white and pure,. His spotless bride:. With streams of sacred bliss,. With groves of living joys—. With all the fruits of Paradise.

He still supplies. They all exulting stand;. And tell the wonders he hath done. Through all their land;. The listening spheres attend. And swell the growing fame. And sing the songs which never end,. The wondrous NAME. The God who reigns on high,. The great archangels sing,. The ransomed nations bow;. Forever new:. He shows His prints of love—. They kindle to a flame!

And sound through all the worlds above. The slaughtered LAMB. The hymn was published as a tract, A Hymn to the God of Abraham, undated, by Olivers, and passed through at least eight editions within a very short time. Notes on Grundtvig are given in Vol. I, No. The present translation was made by Charles Porterfield Krauth, Kelly was asked if anything he had seen or heard had changed his opinions.

What gave hope then, does so now. Biography of Kelly, Vol. This hymn was first published in the appendix to the original edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern, The English translation is by the Rev. It is considered probable that this hymn was composed about Louis, Missouri, and other hymnals. Bis hieher hat mich Gott gebracht. Bis hieher hat er Tag und Nacht. Bis hieher hat er mich erfreut,. Bis hieher mir geholfen. Hab Lob und Ehre, Preis und Dank. Die du, o Gott, mir lebenslang. Der Herr hat grosse Ding getan. An mir und mir geholfen. Hilf ferner auch, mein treuer Hort,.

Hilf mir zu allen Stunden! Hllf mir an all und jedem Ort,. Hilf mir durch Jesu Wunden;. Hilf mir im Leben, Tod und Not. Durch Christi Schmerzen, Blut und Tod:. Hilf mir, wie du geholfen! This is one of our most popular hymns of praise from the German. The translation is by Prof. August Crull, The English translation was rendered by the Rev. This is the famous metrical version of the 23d Psalm as it appeared in the Scottish Psalter, It is based on the version of Francis Rous, which reads:.

My Shepherd is the living Lord. And He that doth me feed;. How can I, then, lack anything. Whereof I stand in need? In pastures green and flourishing. He makes me down to lye:. And after drives me to the streames. Which run most pleasantly. And when I feele my selfe neere lost,. Then home He me doth take,. Conducting me in His right paths,. Even for His owne Names sake. Yet would I feare none ill;. Thy rod, Thy staff do comfort me,. And Thou art with me still. In presence of my foe;.

My head with oile Thou dost anoint,. My cup doth overflow. Thy grace and mercy all my daies. Shall surely follow me;. And ever in the house of God. My dwelling place shall be. Gelobet sei der Herr,. Mein Gott, mein Licht, mein Leben,. Von Mutterleibe an,. Mein Gott, mein Heil, mein Leben,.

Des Vaters liebster Sohn,. Mit seinem teuren Blut,. Der mir im Glauben schenkt. Mein Gott, mein Trost, mein Leben,. Des Vaters werter Geist,. Den mir der Sohn gegeben,. Der mir mein Herz erquickt,. Der mir gibt neue Kraft,. Der mir in aller Not. Rat, Trost und Hilfe schafft! Mein Gott, der ewig lebet,. Den alles lobet, was. Des Name heilig heisst:. Gott Vater, Gott der Sohn. Und Gott der werte Geist,. Dem wir das Heilig jetzt.

Mit Freuden lassen klingen. Und mit der Engel Schar. Das Heilig! Den herzlich lobt und preist. Die ganze Christenheit,. Gelobet sei mein Gott. In alle Ewigkeit! This is one of the best hymns of Johann Olearius. Originally written for Trinity Sunday and based on the Gospel for that feast, it was first published in his monumental hymnal Geistliche Singekunst, August Crull, altered.

See: How lovely shines the Morning Star. THIS is the first Lutheran hymn written by a woman. It has been characterized as a sublime evangelical hymn. There has been some doubt as to the authorship, principally for the reason that the woman referred to was hardly twenty years of age at the time the hymn was first printed. The hymn, with her name attached, would not have been printed in contemporary Lutheran hymnals unless she had actually written it.

This hymn is by John Morison, dated Our text is as altered for Hymns Ancient and Modern, , by the editors of that volume. Vexilla regis prodeunt,. Fulget crucis mysterium,. Quo carne carnis conditor. Suspensus est patibulo:. Quo vulneratus insuper. Mucrone diro lanceae,. Ut nos lavaret crimine,. Manavit unda et sanguine. Impleta sunt, quae cecinit. David fideli carmine,. Dicendo nationibus:. Regnabit a ligno Deus. Arbor decora et fulgida,. Ornata regis purpura,. Electa digno stipite,. Tam sancta membra tangere. Beata, cuius brachlis.

Pretium pependit seculi,. Statera facta est corporis. Praedam tulitque tartari. O crux ave, apes unica,. Hoc passionis tempore:. Auge piis iustitam. Reisque dona veniam. Te summa Deus Trinitas. Collaudat omnis spiritus:. Quos per crucis mysterium. Salvas, rege per secula. This cento comes to us from the sixth century. The account usually given about the origin of this hymn is very likely legendary. Fortunatus was then living at Poitiers, where his friend Queen Rhadegunda founded a nunnery.

Before the consecration of the nunnery church she desired to present certain relics to it, and among these she obtained from the Emperor Justin II a fragment of the so-called True Cross, from which circumstance the nunnery received its name of the Holy Cross. This relic was sent in the first instance to Tours and was left in charge of the Bishop in order that he might convey it to Poitiers. It was the 19th of November, The popularity of this hymn is attested by the fact that many have essayed to put it into English.

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Julian lists 37 English translations. The third stanza has been the crux of the translators. The translation otherwise is only partly based on Neale, Medieval Hymns, , his excellent first stanza being retained. FOR St. Hostis Herodes impie,. Christum venire quid times? Non eripit mortalia,. Qui regna dat caelestia. Ibant magi, quam viderant,. Stellam sequentes praeviam:. Lumen requirunt lumine,. Deum fatentur munere. Lavacra puri gurgitis. Caelestis Agnus attigit;. Peccata, quae non detulit,. Nos abluendo sustulit.

Novum genus potentiae,. Aquae rubescunt hydriae,. Vinumque iussa fundere. Mutsvit unda originem. Qui apparuisti hodie,. Cum Patre et Sancto Spiritu. Neale, in his Hymnal Noted, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Finita iam sunt praelia,. Est parta iam victoria;. Gaudeamus et canamus:.

Post fata mortis barbara. Devicit Iesus tartara;.