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  • Ah, Holy Jesus


    Herzliebster Jesu (usually translated into English as “Ah, Holy Jesus”) is a German hymn written in 1630 by Johann Heermann, a German poet and hymn-writer.

  • And Can It Be


    “And Can It Be” was first published in John Wesley’s Psalms and Hymns in 1738, then in Hymns and Sacred Poems in 1739. From middle of the nineteenth century on, “And Can It Be” has been set to SAGINA.

  • Doxology (Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow)


    This hymn was written in 1674 by Thomas Ken, a priest in the Church of England. The last stanza has come into widespread use as the Doxology, perhaps the most frequently used piece of music in public worship. At Ken's request, the hymn was sung at his funeral, fittingly held at sunrise.

  • This Is My Father’s World


    This is My Father's World is a hymn written by Maltbie Davenport Babcock, a minister from New York. The piece was published after his death in 1901 at age 42.

  • We Gather Together


    We Gather Together is a Christian hymn of Dutch origin. In the United States, it is popularly associated with Thanksgiving Day.