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155 LYONS 10.10.11.11.
1 Ye servants of God, your Mas-ter pro- claim, And pub-lish a-broad His
Arr. from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
glorious, and rules 0
torious, of Jesus ex ·
2 God ruleth on high, almighty to save;
3 Salvation to God who sits on the throne!
Fall down on their faces and worship the Lamb.
4 Then let us adore, and give Him His right,
A - MEN.
Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer, Who makes the woeful heart to sing. 3 Fair is the sunshine,
Fairer still the moonlight,
Than all the angels heaven can boast, Anon. (German, 17th century). Trans. by Anon. 1850
1 All hail the power of
CORONATION C. M.
Jesus' Name! Let angels pros-trate
Bring forth the royal di - a - dem, And crown Him Lord
Bring forth the royal di- a-dem, And crown Him Lord
2 Crown Him, ye morning stars of light,
Oliver Holden, 1793
MILES LANE C. M.
3 Crown Him, ye martyrs of your God 6 Let every kindred, every tribe,
Who from His altar call;
On this terrestrial ball,
And crown Him Lord of all.
5 Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget
4 Ye seed of Israel's chosen race,
7 O that with yonder sacred throng
Hail Him who saves you by His grace,
And crown Him Lord of all.
Rev. Edward Perronet, 1779-80: verse 1, line 4, alt., verse 6 recast, verse 7 added by Rev. John Rippon, 1787
William Shrubsole, 1779
1 All hail the power of Je-sus' Name! Let an-gels prostrate fall; Bring forth the roy - ai
di - a - dem,And crown Him, crown Him,crown Him, crown Him Lord of
eat Quest OFFICE
158 STOBEL 220.127.116.11.6.6.4.
- Je - sus, my Lord: O Thou art all
Noth ing a - part from Thee,
2 Thou, blessèd Son of God,
O how great is Thy love,
3 When unto Thee I flee,
(See also BRAUN, No. 160)
J. D. Müller's "Choral Buch," 1754: arr. by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1860
oth - er
to me; Nothing to please I see,
names a - bove.
159 ARIEL 18.104.22.168.8.6.
10 could I speak the match - less worth, O could I sound the glo-ries forth
Arr. from Mozart, by Lowell Mason, 1836
2 I'd sing the precious blood He spilt,
Of sin, and wrath Divine:
soar, and touch the heaven-ly strings, }
In notes almost Di- vine, In notes al- most
(See also BREMEN, No. 609)
Di - vine.
3 I'd sing the characters He bears,
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise,
4 Well, the delightful day will come
When my dear Lord will bring me home,
Triumphant in His grace.
Rev. Samuel Medley, 1789
160 BRAUN 22.214.171.124.6.6.4.
1 Shep - herd of ten der youth, Guiding in
2 Thou art our Holy Lord, The all-subduing Word, Healer of strife:
Through devious ways: Christ, our tri -um- phant King, We come Thy
Name to sing; Hither our children bring, To shout Thy praise.
(See also STOBEL, No. 158)
Thou didst Thyself abase,
Johann G. Braun, 1675
3 Thou art the Great High Priest, Thou hast prepared the feast
Of heavenly love:
While in our mortal pain,
4 Ever be Thou our Guide,
5 So now and till we die,
Infants, and the glad throng
To Christ our King.
Ascribed to Clement of Alexandria (c. 220).