Hymns of the Eastern Church: tr. by J.M. Neale, Issue 161
1863 - 16 pages
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acrostich Adam adore Angel blest called Canon Catavasia Cento commemorated compositions Constantine Constantinople Cosmas Council of Nicĉa cry with heart's darkness death Dies Irĉ dost thou earth earthly Eastern Church ecclesiastical poetry eternal evermore faith Fathers gladness glorious glory grace Greek Hymnology Gregory Nazianzen Habakkuk hath heart heart's endeavour Heav'n heavenly Hirmos Holy art Thou Hymnographers hymns Iconoclast Icons Idiomela immortality Incarnate JESUS John Damascene King Latin Leo the Armenian light LORD Manichĉism Martyrs mercy mighty Monarch Monothelite mortal never night o'er Octoechus Pascha peace Pentecostarion poet praise Priest Quinquagesima Resurrection rhymes SACKVILLE COLLEGE Saints SAVIOUR Septuagesima Sequence shalt sing song Sophronius sorrow soul SPIRIT stanzas STICHERA Studium Sunday Synaxarion Thee Theodore Thine Throne to-day tomb Tone Triodion triumph troparia Troparion verse victory Virgin Wherefore we cry wondrous words ἐκ ἐν καὶ τὰ τὴν τῆς τὸν τοῦ τῶν
Page 86 - Hath He marks to lead me to Him, If He be my guide ? " In His feet and hands are wound-prints And His side.
Page 38 - And, listening to His accents, May hear, so calm and plain, His own "All hail !" and, hearing, May raise the victor-strain.
Page 127 - The cross that Jesus carried he carried as your due: the crown that Jesus weareth he weareth it for you.
Page 129 - SAFE HOME, SAFE HOME IN PORT. (From the Greek.) AFE home, safe home in port ! Rent cordage, shattered deck, Torn sails, provisions short, And only not a wreck...
Page 55 - THOSE eternal bowers Man hath never trod, Those unfading flowers Round the throne of GOD. Who may hope to gain them After weary fight ? Who at length attain them Clad in robes of white ? He, who gladly barters All on earthly ground ; He who, like the martyrs, Says ' I will be crowned ' : He, whose one oblation Is a life of love ; Clinging to the nation Of the blest above.
Page 6 - The toils of day are over: I raise the hymn to Thee, And ask that free from peril The hours of fear may be : O Jesu, keep me in Thy sight, And guard me through the coming night...
Page 58 - Neither might the gates of death, Nor the tomb's dark portal, Nor the watchers, nor the seal, Hold Thee as a mortal : But to-day amidst the Twelve Thou didst stand, bestowing That Thy peace, which evermore Passeth human knowing.
Page 6 - Be Thou my soul's preserver, O GOD ! for Thou dost know How many are the perils Through which I have to go: Lover of men, O hear my call, And guard and save me from them all.
Page 3 - Lower thy crest ! Wail of Euroclydon, Be thou at rest! Sorrow can never be, Darkness must fly, Where saith the Light of Light, "Peace! It is I.
Page xxx - The kings of the earth stand up, and the rulers take counsel together : against the Lord, and against his Anointed. 3 Let us break their bonds asunder : and cast away their cords from us.