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  • Just As I Am

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    Just as I Am is a well-known hymn, written by Charlotte Elliott in 1835. In the latter half of the twentieth century the hymn was popularized as an altar call song in the Billy Graham crusades.

    Just as I Am is a well-known hymn, written by Charlotte Elliott in 1835. In the latter half of the twentieth century the hymn was popularized as an altar call song in the Billy Graham crusades.

  • Like A River Glorious

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    Frances Ridley Havergal scholastic achievements were extensive, embracing several modern languages, together with Greek and Hebrew. Her poems are permeated with the fragrance of her passionate love of Jesus. Some of her more well-known hymns include "Golden harps are sounding," "I gave my life for thee," "Jesus, Master, Whose I am," "Lord, speak to me," "O Master, at Thy feet," "Take my life and let it be," and "Tell it out among the heathen."

    Frances Ridley Havergal scholastic achievements were extensive, embracing several modern languages, together with Greek and Hebrew. Her poems are permeated with the fragrance of her passionate love of Jesus. Some of her more well-known hymns include “Golden harps are sounding,” “I gave my life for thee,” “Jesus, Master, Whose I am,” “Lord, speak to me,” “O Master, at Thy feet,” “Take my life and let it be,” and “Tell it out among the heathen.”

  • Low in the Grave (Christ Arose)

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    * Robert Lowry is most remembered as a composer of gospel music and a hymn writer, including working with Fanny J. Crosby. He was responsible for around 500 compositions, including "Nothing But the Blood," "Christ Arose" ("Low in the Grave He Lay"), "Shall We Gather At The River?," and "How Can I Keep From Singing?"

    * Robert Lowry is most remembered as a composer of gospel music and a hymn writer, including working with Fanny J. Crosby. He was responsible for around 500 compositions, including “Nothing But the Blood,” “Christ Arose” (“Low in the Grave He Lay”), “Shall We Gather At The River?,” and “How Can I Keep From Singing?”

  • Man of Sorrows

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    Philip Paul Bliss wrote many well-known hymns, including Almost Persuaded; Hallelujah, What a Saviour! (Man of Sorrows); Wonderful Words of Life, and the tune for Horatio Spafford's It Is Well with My Soul.

    Philip Paul Bliss wrote many well-known hymns, including Almost Persuaded; Hallelujah, What a Saviour! (Man of Sorrows); Wonderful Words of Life, and the tune for Horatio Spafford's It Is Well with My Soul.

  • More Love To Thee

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    Elizabeth Payson Prentiss (26 October 1818 - 13 August 1878) was an author, well known for her hymn More Love to Thee, O Christ.

    Elizabeth Payson Prentiss (26 October 1818 – 13 August 1878) was an author, well known for her hymn More Love to Thee, O Christ.

  • My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less (On Christ the Solid Rock)

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    * "My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less (On Christ the Solid Rock)" was written by Edward Mote, a pastor at Rehoboth Baptist Church in Horsham, West Sussex, in 1834.

    * “My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less (On Christ the Solid Rock)” was written by Edward Mote, a pastor at Rehoboth Baptist Church in Horsham, West Sussex, in 1834.

  • My Jesus I Love Thee

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    My Jesus I Love Thee is a poem written by William Ralph Featherston around 1864. Featherston is said to have been either 12 or 16 years old when he wrote the poem.

    My Jesus I Love Thee is a poem written by William Ralph Featherston around 1864. Featherston is said to have been either 12 or 16 years old when he wrote the poem.

  • Now Thank We All Our God

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    Now Thank We All Our God is a German hymn written around 1636 by Martin Rinkart. It was translated into English in the 19th century by Catherine Winkworth.

    Now Thank We All Our God is a German hymn written around 1636 by Martin Rinkart. It was translated into English in the 19th century by Catherine Winkworth.

  • O Come All Ye Faithful

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    * Adeste Fideles is the tune name. The original text has been from time to time attributed to various groups and individuals, including St. Bonaventure in the 13th century or King John IV of Portugal in the 17th.

    * Adeste Fideles is the tune name. The original text has been from time to time attributed to various groups and individuals, including St. Bonaventure in the 13th century or King John IV of Portugal in the 17th.

  • O Come O Come Emmanuel

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    * O come, O come, Emmanuel is a Christian hymn for Advent. The tune most familiar in the English-speaking world has its origins in 15th-century France.

    * O come, O come, Emmanuel is a Christian hymn for Advent. The tune most familiar in the English-speaking world has its origins in 15th-century France.

  • O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing

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    To commemorate the renewal of his faith following a particularly difficult illness, Charles Wesley wrote an 18-stanza poem, beginning with the opening lines Glory to God, and praise, and love,/Be ever, ever given. It was published in 1740. The seventh verse, which begins, O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing.

    To commemorate the renewal of his faith following a particularly difficult illness, Charles Wesley wrote an 18-stanza poem, beginning with the opening lines Glory to God, and praise, and love,/Be ever, ever given. It was published in 1740. The seventh verse, which begins, O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing.

  • O Little Town of Bethlehem

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    * The text was written by Phillips Brooks (1835–1893), an Episcopal priest, who served a church in Philadelphia. In 1865, he visited the village of Bethlehem. Inspired by his memory of that visit, he wrote the poem, "O Little Town of Bethlehem" for his church.

    * The text was written by Phillips Brooks (1835–1893), an Episcopal priest, who served a church in Philadelphia. In 1865, he visited the village of Bethlehem. Inspired by his memory of that visit, he wrote the poem, “O Little Town of Bethlehem” for his church.

  • O Sacred Head Now Wounded

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    * O Sacred Head, Now Wounded is a Christian Passion hymn based on a long medieval Latin poem with stanzas addressing the various parts of Christ's body hanging on the Cross. The last part of the poem, from which the hymn is taken, is addressed to Christ's head.

    * O Sacred Head, Now Wounded is a Christian Passion hymn based on a long medieval Latin poem with stanzas addressing the various parts of Christ's body hanging on the Cross. The last part of the poem, from which the hymn is taken, is addressed to Christ's head.

  • O The Deep Deep Love of Jesus

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    O the Deep Deep, Love of Jesus was written by the London merchant Samuel Francis. As a teenager, he had contemplated suicide one night on a bridge over the River Thames. The Lord converted him and he went on to author many poems and hymns.

    O the Deep Deep, Love of Jesus was written by the London merchant Samuel Francis. As a teenager, he had contemplated suicide one night on a bridge over the River Thames. The Lord converted him and he went on to author many poems and hymns.

  • O Worship the King

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    * "O Worship the King" was written by Robert Grant, who was a British politician and lawyer. This hymn is based on Psalms 104.

    * “O Worship the King” was written by Robert Grant, who was a British politician and lawyer. This hymn is based on Psalms 104.

  • Once in Royal David’s City

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    * Once in Royal David's City is a Christmas carol originally written as a poem by Cecil Frances Alexander.

    * Once in Royal David’s City is a Christmas carol originally written as a poem by Cecil Frances Alexander.

  • Praise to the Lord

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    * Praise to the Lord, the Almighty is a hymn of God's creation. The title is taken from the first line: "Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation." It is an English translation by Catherine Winkworth.

    * Praise to the Lord, the Almighty is a hymn of God's creation. The title is taken from the first line: “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation.” It is an English translation by Catherine Winkworth.

  • Saviour of the Nations, Come

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    Saviour of the Nations, Come was written by Ambrose who lived in the 4th century (340-397).

    Saviour of the Nations, Come was written by Ambrose who lived in the 4th century (340-397).

  • Silent Night

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    * Silent Night (German: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht) is a popular Christmas carol. The carol has been translated into about 140 languages.

    * Silent Night (German: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht) is a popular Christmas carol. The carol has been translated into about 140 languages.

  • Stricken, Smitten and Afflicted

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    Stricken, Smitten and Afflicted was written by Thomas Kelly. The music is set to a German chorale text, "O mein Jesu, ich muss sterben" (O my Jesus, I must die).

    Stricken, Smitten and Afflicted was written by Thomas Kelly. The music is set to a German chorale text, “O mein Jesu, ich muss sterben” (O my Jesus, I must die).

  • Sun of my Soul

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    John Keble (25 April 1792 - 29 March 1866) was an English churchman and poet. He wrote dozens of hymns, including Sun of my soul, and God, the Lord, a King remaineth.

    John Keble (25 April 1792 – 29 March 1866) was an English churchman and poet. He wrote dozens of hymns, including Sun of my soul, and God, the Lord, a King remaineth.

  • The First Noel

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    * "The First Noel" is a traditional classical English Christmas carol. “Noel” is an early English word that means "Christmas."

    * “The First Noel” is a traditional classical English Christmas carol. “Noel” is an early English word that means “Christmas.”

  • The Old Rugged Cross

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    As a Methodist evangelist, Bennard wrote the first verse of "The Old Rugged Cross" in Albion, Michigan, in the fall of 1912 after he was ridicule during a revival meeting. Several days later he completed it and sang it as a duet at another one of his meetings.

    As a Methodist evangelist, Bennard wrote the first verse of “The Old Rugged Cross” in Albion, Michigan, in the fall of 1912 after he was ridicule during a revival meeting. Several days later he completed it and sang it as a duet at another one of his meetings.

  • There is Power in the Blood

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    In an interview with Preacher Magazine in 1950, Lewis Edgar Jones (who wrote Power in the Blood) said, "In regard to the writing of my songs, [I] would say that a great many came from sentences in a pastor’s sermons ... I remember that ‘Power in the Blood’ was written during a camp meeting at Mountain Lake Park, Maryland."

    In an interview with Preacher Magazine in 1950, Lewis Edgar Jones (who wrote Power in the Blood) said, “In regard to the writing of my songs, [I] would say that a great many came from sentences in a pastor’s sermons … I remember that ‘Power in the Blood’ was written during a camp meeting at Mountain Lake Park, Maryland.”

  • Trust and Obey

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    * The music for Trust and Obey was composed by D. B. Towner, the first director of music at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

    * The music for Trust and Obey was composed by D. B. Towner, the first director of music at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

  • We Gather Together

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

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

  • What A Friend We Have In Jesus

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    What a Friend We Have in Jesus is a Christian hymn originally written by Joseph M. Scriven as a poem in 1855 to comfort his mother who was living in Ireland while he was in Canada.

    What a Friend We Have in Jesus is a Christian hymn originally written by Joseph M. Scriven as a poem in 1855 to comfort his mother who was living in Ireland while he was in Canada.

  • What Can Wash Away My Sins?

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    * Robert Lowry was responsible for around 500 compositions, including Nothing But the Blood, Low in the Grave He Lay (words and music), Shall We Gather At The River?, and How Can I Keep From Singing?

    * Robert Lowry was responsible for around 500 compositions, including Nothing But the Blood, Low in the Grave He Lay (words and music), Shall We Gather At The River?, and How Can I Keep From Singing?

  • What Child Is This?

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    * Beginner Version What Child Is This? is a Christmas carol whose lyrics were written by William Chatterton Dix, in 1865.

    * Beginner Version
    What Child Is This? is a Christmas carol whose lyrics were written by William Chatterton Dix, in 1865.

  • When He Cometh

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    William Orcutt Cushing wrote a large number of songs that found wide popularity in Sunday school.

    William Orcutt Cushing wrote a large number of songs that found wide popularity in Sunday school.

  • When I Survey

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    * The hymn, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, was written by Isaac Watts, and published in Hymns and Spiritual Songs in 1707.

    * The hymn, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, was written by Isaac Watts, and published in Hymns and Spiritual Songs in 1707.

  • When Peace Like A River

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    * It Is Well With My Soul (also known as "When Peace Like A River") was written after several traumatic events in Spafford's life, including losing his daughters in a shipping accident.

    * It Is Well With My Soul (also known as “When Peace Like A River”) was written after several traumatic events in Spafford's life, including losing his daughters in a shipping accident.

  • While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

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    While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks is a Christmas carol describing the Annunciation to the Shepherds.

    While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks is a Christmas carol describing the Annunciation to the Shepherds.

  • Who Is This So Weak and Helpless?

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    * Beginner Version William Walsham How (December 13, 1823 - August 10, 1897) published several volumes of sermons and wrote a good deal of verse, including such well-known hymns as Who is this so weak and helpless; O Word of God Incarnate; and, O Jesus, thou art standing.

    * Beginner Version William Walsham How (December 13, 1823 – August 10, 1897) published several volumes of sermons and wrote a good deal of verse, including such well-known hymns as Who is this so weak and helpless; O Word of God Incarnate; and, O Jesus, thou art standing.