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to worship the Lord! to worship the Lord! to worship the Lord! hasten to worship the Lord!
hither, Oh come ye, come hither,
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Mary With the Chris-tian
Henry John Gauntlett, (1805-1876) 1856.
Where a mother
laid her Ba-by, In a man ger for His bed:
was that mother mild,
4 Oh, our eyes at last shall see Him, 5 Not in that poor lowly stable,
Through His own redeeming love,
And He leads His children on
With the oxen standing by,
REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708-1788) 1739.
HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SING.
"Mendelssohn." 7s. D.
1. Hark! the herald an-gels sing, "Glo - ry to the new-born King, 2. Hail the heaven-born Prince of Peace! Hail the Son of Right-eous - ness!
Peace on earth, and mer - cy
Felix Mendelssohn, (1809-1847) 1840.
mild, God and sin - ners wings, Light and life to
Join the triumphs of the skies; Born that man no more may die,
With th' an-gelic host pro - claim, "Christ is born in
Born to raise the sons of earth, Born to give them second birth;
With th' an-gel
ic host pro-claim, "Christ is born in Beth - le - hem."
Born to raise the sons of earth, Born to give them second birth.
JOSEPH MOHR, (1792-1848) 1818.
1. Ho ly night! peace-ful night!
2. Ho ly night!
HOLY NIGHT! PEACEFUL NIGHT!
peace-ful night! On
si - lent sleep, Rests in heav-en-ly peace,
Franz Gruber, (1787-1863) 1818.
Yonder where they sweet vigil keep O'er the Babe, who in Came blest visions of an gel-throngs With their loud al- leThou didst smile on us when Thou wast born! Blest in deed was that
Rests in heav-en-ly peace.
HARK! A BURST OF HEAVENLY MUSIC.
MRS. M. N. MEIGS.
1. Hark! a burst of heavenly mu-sic From a
So they bear the joyful tidings,
band of seraphs bright, might-y Lord of all, o'er the world be-low,
To the shepherds of Ju-de- a, Watch-ing in the ear-llest dawn,
“Je - sus, Prince of peace, is born." To re- store our fall- en race. In the fields of Beth-le-hem?