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    A Mighty Fortress*

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    A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (German, Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott) is the best known of Martin Luther's hymns.


  • Abide With Me

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    Abide with Me is a hymn by Scottish Anglican Henry Francis Lyte, most often sung to William Henry Monk’s tune “Eventide.”


  • Ah, Holy Jesus

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    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.


  • All Glory Laud and Honor

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    All Glory, Laud and Honor is based on verses written by Theodulph of Orleans (ca. 750-60 to 18 December 821). It is a Palm Sunday hymn, based on Matthew 21:1–11 and the occasion of Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem.


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    All Hail The Power*

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    All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name is often called the “National Anthem of Christendom.”


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    All That I Am I Owe To Thee

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    The words of the hymn All That I Am I Owe to Thee are taken from the 1912 Psalter, a project of 10 Presbyterian and Reformed denominations.


  • Amazing Grace*

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    Amazing Grace is a Christian hymn written by English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725-1807). Published in 1779, it is one of the most recognizable songs in the English-speaking world.


  • And Can It Be

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    “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.


  • Angels From the Realms of Glory*

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    Angels from the Realms of Glory is a Christmas carol written by Scottish poet James Montgomery. It was first printed in a English newspaper on Christmas Eve 1816.


  • Angels We Have Heard on High*

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    Angels We Have Heard on High is based on a traditional French carol known as Les Anges dans nos campagnes (literally, “Angels in our countryside”) composed by an unknown author in France.


  • Arise My Soul Arise

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    “Arise, my soul, arise,” written in 1742, is one of  Charles Wesley's most popular hymns. It has been published in 773 hymnals.


  • Away In A Manger*

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    Away in a Manger is a Christmas carol first published in 1885 in Philadelphia and used widely throughout the English-speaking world.


  • Be Still My Soul*

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    Be Still, My Soul”, written in German in 1752 by Katharina Amalia Dorothea von Schlegel (1697–1768) and translated into English in 1855 by Jane Laurie Borthwick (1813–1897).


  • Be Thou My Vision*

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    Be Thou My Vision is a traditional Christian hymn, which can be traced to Ireland but is now sung in English-speaking churches around the world.


  • Blessed Assurance

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    Blessed Assurance is one of the well-known hymn by blind hymn writer Fanny J. Crosby.


  • Blessing and Honor

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    Despite many griefs in Hoaratius Bonar’s life, he was able to pen the words of this hymn and others, including I heard the Voice of Jesus say; Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face; A few more years shall roll; and others.


  • Blest Be The Tie That Binds*

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    Upon making the decision to continue pastoring his beloved, but smaller church rather than taking a call from a larger congregation, John Fawcett wrote the words to Blessed Be the Tie that Binds.


  • Brightest and Best*

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    Brightest and Best was written in 1811 by the Anglican bishop Reginald Heber to be sung at the feast of Epiphany, a feast that commemorates the visit of the Magi to the Christ child.


  • Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands*

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    Luther was a prolific hymnodist (writer of hymns), authoring hymns such as “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”, based on Psalm 46, and the Easter hymn “Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands,” which was inspired by a medieval Easter hymn from approximately 1100 A.D. called “Christ Is Arisen”.


  • Christ the Lord is Risen Today*

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    Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, written by Charles Wesley, is the traditional processional hymn on Easter Sunday.


  • Come Ye Faithful Raise the Strain

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    Come Ye Faithful Raise the Strain is one of the Christian church's oldest hymns. It was written by John of Damascus who lived from around 675 to 749.


  • Come Ye Sinners Poor and Needy

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    Joseph Hart (1712 – 24 May 1768) was an 18th-century Calvinist minister in London. His works include Hart's Hymns, a much-loved hymn book amongst evangelical Christians throughout its lifetime of over 200 years, which includes the well-known hymn, Come ye sinners, poor and needy.


  • Come, Let Us Sing Unto The Lord

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    The tune “Duke Street” was composed for Psalm 98 by John Hatton.


  • Come, Thou Almighty King*

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    Charles Wesley published the words of over six thousand hymns, writing the words for a further two thousand, many of which are still popular, including Come, Thou Almighty King.


  • Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing*

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    Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing is a Christian hymn composed by the 18th century Methodist pastor and hymnist Robert Robinson.


  • Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus

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    Charles Wesley (18 December 1707 – 29 March 1788), author of Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus, published the words of over six thousand hymns, writing the words for a further two thousand, many of which are still popular.


  • Count Your Blessings

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    Count your Blessings is generally considered to be Oatman's finest hymn. One writer has stated, “Like a beam of sunlight it has brightened up the dark places of the earth.”


  • Crown Him With Many Crowns*

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    The text of Crown Him is a combination of two authors, both of whom were inspired by Revelation 19:12.


  • Doxology (Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow)

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    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.


  • Each Little Flower That Opens (All Things Bright and Beautiful)*

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    All Things Bright and Beautiful is the title of popular Anglican children's hymn written by Cecil Frances Humphreys-Alexander. The text may have been inspired by a verse from S. T. Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.


  • Fairest Lord Jesus

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    The lyrics to this beloved hymn among English speaking Christians first appeared in 1677. It is unknown who translated the song into English. The German title is Schönster Herr Jesu.


  • Gloria Patri

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    Glory Be to the Father, also known as Gloria Patri, is a doxology, a short hymn of praise to God in various Christian liturgies.


  • Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken*

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    Some think that this hymn by John Newton (author of Amazing Grace), is his best. The words were later set to the tune Austria by the famous classical composer F. Joseph Haydn.


  • Go Tell It On the Mountain*

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    Go Tell It on the Mountain is an African-American spiritual song It is considered a Christmas carol because its original lyrics celebrate the Nativity of Jesus.


  • God Is Our Refuge

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    The Psalter of 1912 also has a rendition of Psalm 46 that is entitled God is Our Refuge and Our Strength. Our arrangement is sung to the tune Materna (America the Beautiful).


  • God of our Fathers

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    God of Our Fathers is a 19th Century American Christian hymn, written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United States Declaration of Independence in 1876.


  • God Rest You Merry Gentlemen*

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    God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen is an English traditional Christmas carol. It is one of the oldest carols, dating back to the 16th century or earlier.


  • Good Christian Men Rejoice*

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    In dulci jubilo (“In sweet rejoicing”) is a traditional Christmas carol. The original song text is a combination of German and Latin that dates back to the 14th century.


  • Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah

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    William Williams wrote over 800 hymns, mostly in the Welsh language. The hymn was set to the beloved tune CWM RHONDDA. The Welsh to this day sing Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah at outdoor sporting events, especially rugby matches.


  • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!*

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    Charles Wesley (18 December 1707 – 29 March 1788), author of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing! was an English leader of the Methodist movement, son of Anglican clergyman and poet Samuel Wesley, and the younger brother of Anglican clergyman John Wesley, who founded the Methodist church.


  • Holy, Holy, Holy*

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    Holy, Holy, Holy is a hymn written by Reginald Heber (1783-1826). Its lyrics speak specifically about the Trinity.


  • How Firm a Foundation*

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    How Firm a Foundation was the favorite hymn of General Robert E. Lee and has been played at the funerals of several U.S. politicians.


  • I Know My Redeemer Lives*

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    Twenty of Samuel Medley's hymns are still used today, including I Know That My Redeemer Lives.


  • Jesus Christ is Risen Today*

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    Jesus Christ Is Risen Today was first written in Latin in the 14th century by an unknown author. In 1740 Charles Wesley added a fourth verse. The hymn is also noted for having Alleluia as a refrain after every line.


  • Jesus Lives and So Shall I*

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    Christian Gellert wrote “Jesus Lives and So Shall I” in 1757, the same year a collection of 54 of his hymns was first published. His hymns won universal admiration. He was only 35 years old when he died at Leipzig, on December 13, 1769.


  • Jesus Loves Me*

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    Anna Bartlett Warner (August 31, 1827 – January 22, 1915) was an American writer, and author of several hymns and religious songs for children. The best known of her songs is almost certainly Jesus Loves Me, This I Know.


  • Jesus, I Am Resting

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    Hudson Taylor's favorite hymn was Jesus, I Am Resting.  It was a great comfort to him as he served as a pioneering missionary in China.


  • Jesus! What A Friend for Sinners*

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    John Wilbur Chapman (June 17, 1859, Richmond, Indiana – December 25, 1918, New York, New York) was a Presbyterian evangelist, and author of Jesus! What A Friend for Sinners, in the late 19th Century.


  • Joy to the World*

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    “Joy to the World” is a popular Christmas carol written by Isaac Watts and based on Psalm 98.


  • Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee*

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    Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee is a poem written by Henry van Dyke in 1907 with the intention of musically setting it to the famous Ode to Joy melody of the final movement of Ludwig van Beethoven's final symphony, Symphony No. 9.