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1. We sing a loving Jesus Who left His throne above, And came on earth to
ran-som The children of His love. It is an oft-told story, And yet we love to Cit-y, The pure and stainless child. O teach us, blessed Sa-vior, Thy heavenly grace to anguish, His face was marred and sad; In deep humiliation He came, His work to
tell How Christ, the King of glory, Once deigned with man to dwell.
4 We sing a mighty Jesus,
Whose voice could raise the dead; The sightless eyes He opened,
The famished souls He fed. Thou camest to deliver
Mankind from sin and shame; Redeemer and Life-giver,
We praise Thy holy Name.
5 We sing a coming Jesus;
The time is drawing near,
In glory shall appear;
save us, we entreat Thee, In this Thy day of grace, That we may gladly meet Thee
And see Thee face to face.
THERE CAME THREE KINGS.
R. F. Smith.
1. There came three kings, ere break of day, All E - piph -a 2. The Star shone brightly ver - head, The air was calm and 3. An old man knelt at a man - ger low, A Babe lay in the
Their gifts they bare both rich and rare, All, all, Lord Christ for
'Thee: Gold, frank-in-cense, and myrrh are there, Where is the King ? O We see
no throne, no pal - ace fair, Where is the King? O all; A Maid - en bent o'er the Babe in prayer--There is the King! 0
There? where? where? O where? there! 0 there !
the King ?
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE.
Rey. JOHN HENRY HOPKINS, (1820—
"The Morning Star," 1862.
1. We three kings of O-ri-ent are; Bearing gifts, we traverse a far.
Field and foun-tain, moor and moun-tain, Fol - low-ing yon - der Star.
all to reign. Prayer and prais-ing all men rais · ing, Worship Him, God on high. Sorrowing, sigh-ing, bleed-ing, dy ing, Sealed in the stone-cold tomb. Heav - en sings “hal - le - lu - jah!” Hal - le - lu - jah!"earth re - plies.
Star of won-der, Star of night, Star with roy.al beau-ty bright,
West-ward lead-ing, Still pro-ceed - ing, Guide us to Thy per-fect light.
LOVE DIVINE, ALL LOVE EXCELLING.
“Beecher.” 88. & 78. D. REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708–1788) 1746.
Johann Zundel, (1815-1882) 1870.
1. Love di - vine, all loves ex-cel-ling,-Joy of heaven, to earth come down! 2. Breathe, oh, breathe Thy loving Spirit, In • to ev · ery troub-led breast ! 3. Fin-ish then Thy new cre - a-tion, Pure, un - spot - ted may we
humble dwelling ; All Thy faith - ful mer - cies crown. all in Thee in - her - it, Let us find the prom - ised rest. see our whole sal-va-tion, Per- fect · ly se - cured by Thee !
Je-sus ! Thou art all compassion, Pure, un-bound-ed love Thou art; Come, al-might-y to de- liv - er, Let us all Thy life re ceivel Changed from glo-ry in .to glo - ry, Till in heaven we take our place ;
Vis - it us with Thy sal - va-tion, En - ter ev - ery trembling heart.
be · hold,
with joy they hailed
Lead - ing
on - ward, beam - ing bright,
Lord, may we
Ev · er - more be
A - men.
2 As with joyful steps they sped
To that lowly manger-bed,
Ever seek the mercy-seat.
At that manger rude and bare,
4 Holy Jesus, every day
Keep us in the narrow way;
Where no clouds Thy glory hide. 5 In the heavenly country bright
Need they no created light,