God rest you merry, gentlemen

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uit Engeland

uit Engeland


God rest you merry, gentlemen,
let nothing you dismay!
for Jesus Christ our saviour
was born on Christmas Day,
to save us all from Satan's power
when we had gone astray:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
At Bethlehem in Judah
the holy babe was born;
they laid him in a manger
on this most happy morn,
at which his mother Mary
did neither fear nor scorn:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
From God our heavenly Father
a holy angel came;
the shepherds saw the glory
and heard the voice proclaim
that Christ was born in Bethlehem
and Jesus is his name:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
Fear not, then said the angel,
let nothing cause you fright;
to you is born a saviour
in David's town tonight,
to free all those who trust in him
from Satan's power and might:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
The shepherds at these tidings
rejoiced in heart and mind,
and on the darkened hillside
they left their flocks behind,
and went to Bethlehem straightway
this holy child to find:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
And when to Bethlehem they came
where Christ the infant lay;
they found him in a manger
where oxen fed on hay,
and there beside her newborn child
his mother knelt to pray:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!
Now to the Lord sing praises,
all people in this place!
with Christian love and fellowship
each other now embrace,
and let this Christmas festival
all bitterness displace:
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy;
O tidings of comfort and joy!

Bron: UM49 onbekend


Wij trekken in een lange stoet / A.F. Troost (1948) - UM54,W138



Chief Shepherd of Thy chosen sheep / John Newton (1725-1807) - EL65
I heard the voice of Jesus say / H. Bonar (1808-1889) - UM229
Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart / M.E. Byrne, E.H. Hull - UM235
The churchís one foundation / S.J.Stone (1839-1900) - UM118
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds / John Newton (1725-1807) - W458
God and God alone / Phill McHugh - YouTube
You servants of God, your Master proclaim / C. Wesley (1707-1788),H. Hasper (1886-1974) - JH840,W94
The Lordís my shepherd, Iíll not want / J.S. Irvine (1836 Ė 1887) - Scotish Psalter
Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning / Onbekend - Traditioneel
Amazing grace! how sweet the sound / John Newton (1725-1807) - TZ10
Morning has broken / E. Farjeon (1881-1965) - UM24
While shepherds watched their flocks by night / Nahum Tate (1652-1715) - MK34
Holy, holy, holy! Lord God almighty / Reginald Heber (1826) - UM5
Take my life, and let it be / F.R. Havergal (1836-1879) - UM179,GH124
Once in royal David's city / C.F. Alexander (1818-1895) - UM38
O God, our help in ages past / Isašc Watts (1674-1748) - UM16



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