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O JESUS, THOU ART STANDING.
"St. Hilda (St. Edith).” 7s. & 6s.

Justin Heinrich Knecht, (1752—1817) 1799. BP. WILLIAM WALSHAM How, (1823-1897) 1854.

Rev. E. Husband, (1843— 1871.

1. O Je - sus, Thou art standing Out-side the fast-closed door, 2. O Je - sus, Thou art knocking, And lo! that hand is scarred, 3. O Je - sus, Thou art pleading In ac - cents meek and low,

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In low - ly pa - tience wait- ing To pass the thres-hold o’er. And thorns Thy brow en cir - cle, And tears Thy face have marred. “I died for you, My chil - dren, And will ye treat Me so ?”

We bear the name of Chris- tians, His name and sign we bear.
Oh, love that pass - eth knowledge, So pa - tient - ly to wait !
O Lord, with shame and sor - row We pen now the door;

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Oh, shame, thrice shame upon us ! To keep Him standing there!
Oh, sin that hath no e - qual, So fast to bar the gate!
Dear Sa - vior, en - ter, en - ter, And leave us nev - er - more! Amen.

PALM SUNDAY.

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ALL GLORY, LAUD AND HONOR.

78. & 6s. D. THEODULPH, BP. OF ORLEANS, ( -821) TR. BY REV. JOHN MASON NEALE, (1818–1866) 1356.

Samuel P. Warren, (1841f

) 1886.

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1. All glo - ry, laud and hon or To Thee, Re-deem - er, King, 2. Thou art the King of Is - rael, Thou Da - vid's roy al Son, 3. Thou didst ac - cept their prais - es ; AC - cept the prayers we bring.

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To whom the lips of chil-dren Made sweet ho - san - nas ring !
Who in the Lord's name com - est, The King and bless - ed One.
Who in all good de · light-est, Thou good and gra - cious King!

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RIDE ONI RIDE ON IN MAJESTY !

“Rousseau.” L. M. (First Tune.) DEAN HENRY HART MILMAN, (1791–1868) 1827.

William W. Rousseau.

1. Ride

on! ride on

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ma - jes - ty! Hark ! all the tribes “Ho-san-va” cry;

O Sa-vior meek, pursue Thy road With palms and scattered garments strowed.

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RIDE ON! RIDE ON IN MAJESTY !

“Russia.” L. M. (Second Tune.) DEAN HENRY HART MILMAN, (1791–1868 ) 1827. Alexis Feodorovitch Lvoff, (1799–1870 ) 1833.

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O Sa-vior meek, pursue Thy road With palms and scat- tered garments strowed.

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To whom the lips of chil - dren Made sweet ho-san - nas ring.

A-men.

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Nor did their zeal of - fend Him, But as He rode 'a · long,
We'll flock a - round His
ban - ner Who sits up - on

the throne, But shall we on ly ren der The trib- ute of our words?

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