Sunday, September 8, 2019

September 8: Proper 18


Opening: Have Thine own way, Lord! 145, LEVAS
Sequence: Seek ye first 711, Hymnal
Offering: As we gather at your table 763, WLP
Communion: I am the bread of life 335, Hymnal
Closing: God of grace and God of glory 594, Hymnal


Hymnody

L 145

L 243
(Gloria)

H 711

W 763

Sancto
W785

Christ has died
L 258

Our Father
L 264

Jesus, Lamb of God
S 164

H 335

Hymn 232

H 594

L 001




Alternative Offering:  L136


LEVAS2 (145): Have Thine own way, Lord


Piano    PARTS


1 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Thou art the potter,
I am the clay!
Mold me and make me
After thy will,
While I am waiting,
Yielded and still.
2 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Search me and try me,
Master, today!
Purer than snow, Lord,
Wash me just now,
As in thy presence
Humbly I bow.
3 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Wounded and weary,
Help me, I pray!
Power all power
Surely is thine!
Touch me and heal me,
Savior divine!

4 Have thine own way, Lord!
Have thine own way!
Hold o’er my being
Absolute sway!
Fill with thy Spirit
’Til all shall see
Christ only, always,
Living in me!


Hymnal 1982 (711): Seek ye first

Recordings:   Piano    Parts    
Seek ye first the Kingdom of God
And His righteousness
And all these things shall be added unto you
Allelu, Alleluia
Refrain:
Al - le - lu - ia
Al - le - lu - ia
Al - le - lu - ia
Al - le - lu, Al - le - lu - ia
Ask and it shall be given unto you
Seek and ye shall find
Knock and it shall be opened unto you
Allelu, Alleluia
[Refrain]

WLP (763): As we gather at Your table


Piano    Parts


1 As we gather at your table,
as we listen to your Word,
help us know, O God, your presence;
let our hearts and minds be stirred.
Nourish us with sacred story
till we claim it as our own;
teach us through this holy banquet
how to make Love’s vict’ry known.
2 Turn our worship into witness
in the sacrament of life;
send us forth to love and serve you,
bringing peace where there is strife.
Give us, Christ, your great compassion
to forgive as you forgave;
may we still behold your image
in the world you died to save.

3 Gracious Spirit, help us summon
other guests to share that Feast
where triumphant Love will welcome
those who had been last and least.
There no more will envy blind us
nor will pride our peace destroy,
as we join with saints and angels
to repeat the sounding joy.


Hymnal 1982 (335): I am the bread of life

Recordings:    Parts     

1 I am the bread of life
They who come to me shall not hunger
They who believe in me shall not thirst
No one can come to me
Unless the Father draw them.

[Refrain]
And I will raise them up
And I will raise them up
And I will raise them up
On the last Day!

2. The bread that I will give

Is my flesh for the life of the world
And they who eat of this bread
They shall live forever,
They shall live forever! [Refrain]

3. Unless you eat

Of the flesh of the Son of Man
And drink of his blood
You shall not have life within you,
You shall not have life within you. [Refrain]

4. I am the resurrection

I am the life
They who believe in me
Even though they die
They shall live forever. [Refrain]

5. Yes, Lord, we believe

That you are the Christ
The Son of God
Who has come
Into the world. [Refrain]




Hymnal 1982 (594): God of grace and God of glory

Recordings:    PIANO    PARTS    SOPRANO    ALTO    TENOR    BASS

Sheet Music:  SCAN



1 God of grace and God of glory,
on thy people pour thy power;
crown thine ancient Church’s story;
bring her bud to glorious flower.

Grant us wisdom, grant us courage,

for the facing of this hour,

for the facing of this hour.



2 Lo! the hosts of evil round us

scorn thy Christ, assail his ways!
From the fears that long have bound us
free our hearts to faith and praise:
grant us wisdom, grant us courage,
for the living of these days,
for the living of these days.

3 Cure thy children’s warring madness,
bend our pride to thy control;
shame our wanton, selfish gladness,
rich in things and poor in soul.
Grant us wisdom, grant us courage,
lest we miss thy kingdom’s goal,
lest we miss thy kingdom’s goal.

4 Save us from weak resignation
to the evils we deplore;
let the gift of thy salvation
be our glory evermore.
Grant us wisdom, grant us courage,
serving thee whom we adore,
serving thee whom we adore.

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