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1 Lutheran Service Book 2006

2 Hymnody Committee Stephen Everette Lorraine Florindez Henry Gerike Joseph Herl Janet Muth Richard Resch Stephen Starke Daniel Zager Paul Grime ex officio Jon Vieker ex officio

3 God of the Prophets, Bless the Prophets’ Sons LSB 682 stanza 1 God of the prophets, bless the prophets’ sons; Elijah’s mantle o’er Elisha cast. Each age its solemn task may claim but once; Make each one nobler, stronger than the last. Denis Wortman,

4 Come, Holy Ghost, Creator Blest stanzas 1 and 6 LSB 498 Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest, And make our hearts Your place of rest; Come with Your grace and heav’nly aid, And fill the hearts which You have made. Teach us to know the Father, Son, And You, from both, as Three in One That we Your name may ever bless And in our lives Your truth confess. Rabanus Maurus, ; tr. Edward Caswall,

5 Criteria For Hymn Selection Theological Christocentric, biblically-grounded, Law/Gospel rightly distinguished, theology of the cross Linguistic doctrinal precision, poetical integrity/ language issues, corporate nature of the text Musical music as servant of the text, the proper union of text and tune, musical integrity of the tune and setting, churchly character of the tune Liturgical lectionary/Church Year/liturgical usage, sacramental focus, supportive of daily devotional life, ability of text and tune to withstand repeated usage Pastoral catechetical use, cultivating faith and piety, restoration of hymns, sensitivity to LC-MS “tradition” Catholic historic universality, ethnic catholicity

6 Theological Criteria Christocentric Biblically-grounded Law/Gospel rightly distinguished Theology of the cross

7 Christocentric The life and salvific work of Jesus Christ will be the heart and center of the chosen hymn texts. Hymns which reflect the Second Article of the Apostles’ Creed will predominate because only through Christ can we properly understand and receive the creating work of the Father (First Article) and the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit (Third Article). We will extol the beauty of truth and Christ’s righteousness over the beauty of nature. Person and Work of Christ Redeemer LSB Justification LSB

8 Since our Great High Priest, Christ Jesus stanzas 1 and 3 LSB 529 Since our great High Priest, Christ Jesus Bears the name above all names, Reigning Son of God, surpassing Other titles, pow’rs and claims— Since to heav’n our Lord has passed, Let us hold our witness fast. Sacrifice and suff’ring over, Now He sits at God’s right hand, Crowned with praise, no more an outcast, His preeminence long-planned; Such a great High Priest we have, Strong to help, supreme to save. Christopher M. Idle, b. 1938

9 Jesus Has Come and Brings Pleasure stanza 3 LSB 533 Redeemer Jesus has come as the mighty Redeemer. See now the threatening strong one disarmed! Jesus breaks down all the walls of death’s fortress, Brings forth the pris’ners triumphant, unharmed. Satan, you wicked one, own now Your master! Jesus has come! He the mighty Redeemer! Johann Ludwig Conrad Allendorf, ; tr. Oliver C. Rupprecht,

10 How Wide the Love of Christ stanzas 1, 3, and 4 LSB 535 How wide the love of Christ! It knows not class or race But holds our one humanity Within its broad embrace. How high the love of Christ! Beyond all thought it soars, And yet upon our passing lives Unmeasured mercy pours. How deep the love of Christ, Descending to a cross! He bears within His wounded hands All human pain and loss. Herman G. Stuempfle Jr., b. 1923

11 Praise Be to Christ stanza 3 LSB 538 Praise be to Him who, Lord Most High, The fullness of the Godhead shares; And yet our human nature bears, Who came as man to bleed and die. And from His cross there flows our peace Who chose for us the path He trod, That so might sins and sorrows cease And all be reconciled to God. Timothy Dudley-Smith, b

12 Lamb of God stanza 2 LSB 550 Your Gift of love they crucified, They laughed and scorned Him as He died: The humble King they named a fraud, And sacrificed the Lamb of God. Refrain: O Lamb of God, sweet Lamb of God. I love the holy Lamb of God! O wash me in His precious blood, My Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God. Twila Paris, b

13 Thy Works, Not Mine, O Christ stanzas 1 and 3 LSB 565 Thy works, not mine, O Christ, Speak gladness to this heart; They tell me all is done, They bid my fear depart. Refrain: To whom save Thee, Who canst alone For sin atone Lord, shall I flee? Thy cross, not mine, O Christ, Has borne the crushing load Of sins that none could bear But the incarnate God. Refrain Horatius Bonar,

14 The Lamb stanzas 2 and 4 LSB 547 The Lamb, the Lamb, One perfect final offering. The Lamb, the Lamb, Let earth join heaven His praise to sing. Refrain: Worthy is the Lamb whose death makes me His own! The Lamb is reigning on His throne! He sighs, He dies, He takes my sin and wretchedness. He lives, forgives, He gives me His own righteousness Refrain Gerald P. Coleman, b

15 My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less stanzas 1 and 3 LSB 575, 576 My hope is built on nothing less Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness; No merit of my own I claim But wholly lean on Jesus’ name. Refrain: On Christ, the solid rock, I stand; All other ground is sinking sand. His oath, His covenant and blood Support me in the whelming flood; When ev’ry earthly prop gives way, He then is all my hope and stay. Refrain Edward Mote,

16 O Jesus Christ, Thy Manger Is stanzas 1 and 2 LSB 372 O Jesus Christ, Thy manger is My paradise at which my soul reclineth. For there, O Lord, Doth lie the Word Made flesh for us; herein Thy grace forth shineth. He whom the sea And wind obey Doth come to serve the sinner in great meekness. For Thou, God’s Son, With us, art one, Dost join us and our children in our weakness. Paul Gerhardt, , tr. The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941

17 Christ Jesus Lay In Death’s Strong Bands stanzas 2 and 3 LSB 458 No son of man could conquer death, Such ruin sin had wrought us. No innocence was found on earth, And therefore death had brought us Into bondage from of old And ever grew more strong and bold And held us as its captive. Alleluia! Christ Jesus, God’s own Son came down, His people to deliver; Destroying sin, He took the crown From death’s pale brow forever; Stripped of power, no more it reigns; An empty form alone remains; Its sting is lost forever. Alleluia! Martin Luther, ; tr. Richard Massie,

18 The Advent of Our King stanzas 1, 2, and 6 LSB 331 The advent of our King Our prayers must now employ, And we must hymns of welcome sing In strains of holy joy The everlasting Son Incarnate deigns to be, Himself a servant’s form puts on To set His people free. All glory to the Son, Who comes to set us free, With Father, Spirit, ever one Through all eternity. Charles Coffin, ; tr. John Chandler,

19 Before You, Lord, We Bow stanzas 4 and 5 LSB 966 Earth, hear your Maker’s voice; Your great Redeemer own; Believe, obey, rejoice, And worship Him alone. Cast down your pride, Your sin deplore and bow before The Crucified And when in pow’r He comes, Oh, may our native land From all its rending tombs Send forth a glorious band, A countless throng, With joy to sing to heav’n’s high King Salvation’s song! Frances Scott Key,

20 Biblical grounding “All hymns used in Lutheran worship must be in accord with the Word of God, as expounded in the Book of Concord. Doctrinal fidelity must be paramount, even when this means emending or excluding particular hymns.” Translations Committee Lutheran Hymnal Project Sanctification Awake, O Sleeper, Rise From Death LSB 697 Eph. 5:1-14; Eph. 3:16-19; 4:3-6

21 Biblical Grounding Trust Children of the Heavenly Father LSB 725 Rom. 8:14-17; 35-39; Matt. 6:26-27; Eph Society “Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive” LSB 843 Luke 11:4; Matt. 18:21-35; Eph. 4:31-32; Matt. 5:23-24

22 Biblical Grounding New Year Now Greet the Swiftly Changing Year LSB 896 Ps. 65:11; 107:8; Luke 2:21; Eph. 3:20-21 Advent What Hope! An Eden Prophesied LSB 342 Is. 11:1, 6-10; 12-16

23 God’s Word Is Our Great Heritage single stanza LSB 582 God’s Word is our great heritage And shall be ours forever; To spread its light from age to age Shall be our chief endeavor. Through life it guides our way, In death it is our stay. Lord, grant while worlds endure, We keep its teachings pure Throughout all generations. Ps. 119:105, 111; John 14:23; Luke 11:28 Nikolai Fredrik Severin Grundtvig, tr. Ole G. Belsheim,

24 Law and Gospel Rightly Distinguished The Word of God The Law of God Is Good and Wise LSB 579 Ps. 19:7-8; Gal. 3:10-11; Gal. 2:15-16; Rom. 5:6-11 The Word of God The Gospel Shows the Father’s Grace LSB 580 Rom. 1:16-17; John 3:16; 1 John 4:9-10; Heb. 9:28

25 Salvation Unto Us Has Come stanza 8 LSB 555 The Law reveals the guilt of sin And makes us conscience stricken; But then the Gospel enters in The sinful soul to quicken. Come to the cross, trust Christ, and live; The Law no peace can ever give, No comfort and no blessing. Paul Speratus, tr. The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941

26 Baptismal Waters Cover Me stanzas 1, 2, 4 LSB 616 Baptismal waters cover me As I approach on bended knee; My Father’s mercy here I plead, For grievous sins of thought and deed. I look to Christ upon the tree, His body broken there for me; I lay before Him all my sin, My darkest secrets from within. From Your own mouth comes forth a word; Your shepherd speaks, but You are heard; Through him Your hand now stretches out, Forgiving sin, destroying doubt. Kurt E. Reinhardt, b. 1969

27 No Saint on Earth Lives Life to Self Alone stanzas 1 and 2 LSB 747 No saint on earth lives life to self alone Or dies alone, for we with Christ are one. So if we live, for Christ alone we live, And if we die, to Christ our dying give. In living and in dying this confess: We are the Lord’s, safe in God’s faithfulness. For to this end our Lord by death was slain, That to new life He might arise again. Through sorrow on to triumph Christ has led, And reigns o’er all, the living and the dead. In living and in dying, Him we bless; We are the Lord’s, safe in God’s faithfulness. Norman J. Kansfield, b. 1940

28 The Tree of Life stanzas 3 and 4 LSB 561 What mercy God showed to our race, A plan of rescue by His grace: In sending One from woman’s seed, The One to fill our greatest need— For on a tree uplifted high His only Son for sin would die, Would drink the cup of scorn and dread To crush the ancient serpent’s head! Now from that tree of Jesus’ shame Flows life eternal in His name; For all who trust and will believe, Salvation’s living fruit receive. And of this fruit, so pure and sweet The Lord invites the world to eat, To find within this cross of wood The tree of life with ev’ry good. Stephen P. Starke, b. 1955

29 Theology of the Cross The highest glory of God is hidden in the weakness of the cross of Christ and His suffering and death. The cross of Christ is also the Christian’s glory, a cross mirrored in the life of the believer through the suffering the Christian experiences for the sake of the Gospel. A theology of the cross is the exact opposite of a theology of glory.

30 When I Behold Jesus Christ stanzas 1 and 2 LSB 542 When I behold Jesus Christ True God who died for me, I wonder much at His love As He hung on the tree. Refrain: What kind of love is this? What kind of love is this? You showed Your love, Jesus, there to me on Calvary. What kind of love is this? You showed Your love, Jesus, there to me on Calvary. For me You gave all Your love, For me You suffered pain; I find no words, nothing can Your selflessness explain. Refrain Almaz Belhu b. 19??.

31 In Silent Pain the Eternal Son stanza 1 LSB 432 In silent pain the eternal Son Hangs derelict and still; In darkened day His work is done, Fulfilled His Father’s will. Uplifted for the world to see He hangs in strangest victory, For in His body on the tree He carries all our ill. Christopher M. Idle, b

32 When Peace, Like a River stanzas 2 and 3 LSB 763 Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come, Let this blest assurance control, That Christ hath regarded my helpless estate And has shed His own blood for my soul. Refrain: It is well with my soul, It is well, it is well with my soul. He lives—oh, the bliss of this glorious thought; My sin, not in part, but the whole, Is nailed to the cross, and I bear it no more. Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O my soul! Refrain Horatio G. Spafford, b

33 All For Christ I Have Forsaken stanzas 1, 3, 5 LSB 753 All for Christ I have forsaken And have taken up my cross; Worldly joy, its fame and fortune, Now I count as worthless dross. Gone the past, unknown the future— Grace supplies my daily breath; Strong in Christ through death’s dark valley, Firm and faithful unto death. Though the road ahead be thorny, Though dark clouds all light obscure, Though my cross-shaped path grows steeper, With the Lord, I am secure. Calvin Chao, ; tr. Stephen P. Starke, b. 1955

34 Linguistic Criteria Doctrinal precision Poetical integrity/language issues Corporate nature of a hymn text

35 Doctrinal Precision Doctrine is teaching. Hymns teach the faith as truths are sung. The hymnal is a doctrinal textbook for the laity. Doctrine in hymns must be presented clearly. Clarity of Lutheran confession is necessary. Lord, Help Us Ever to Retain stanza 1 LSB 865 Lord, help us ever to retain The catechism’s doctrine plain As Luther taught the Word of truth In simple style to tender youth. Ludwig Hembold, ; tr. Matthias Loy,

36 Poetical Integrity/Language Issues Poetical integrity: rhyme scheme and meter Use of language: “downdating,” imagery, freshness of expression, archaic v.s. obsolete Retranslation of stanzas to improve both doctrinal and linguistic clarity and poetical integrity Restoration of “lost” stanzas, addition of new stanzas or newly translated stanzas Preach You the Word stanza 5 LSB 586 Of all his scattered plenteousness One-fourth waves ripe on hill and flat, And bears a harvest hundredfold: “Ah, what of that, Lord, what of that!” Martin H. Franzmann,

37 Corporate Nature of a Text Hymns connect us to other worshipers. Hymns are not merely private meditations. Hymns objectively confess objective Scriptural truth as well as subjective perspectives of faith and piety held in common by Christians. O Little Flock, Fear Not the Foe stanza 3 LSB 666 As true as God’s own Word is true Not earth nor hell’s satanic crew Against us shall prevail. Their might? A joke, a mere facade! God is with us and we with God—Our vict’ry cannot fail. Jacob Fabricius, ; tr. Catherine Winkworth, , alt.

38 Savior of the Nations, Come stanzas 3, 6, and 7 LSB 332 Here a maid was found with child, Yet remained a virgin mild. In her womb this truth was shown: God was there upon His throne. For You are the Father’s Son Who in flesh the vict’ry won. By Your mighty pow’r make whole All our ills of flesh and soul. From the manger newborn light Shines in glory through the night. Darkness there no more resides; In this light faith now abides. Lutheran Service Book, 2006, st. 3, 6 Gifford A. Grobien, b. 1973, st. 7

39 We Praise You, Jesus, at Your Birth stanzas 1, 3, and 6 LSB 382 We praise You, Jesus, at Your birth; Clothed in flesh You came to earth. The virgin bears a sinless boy And all the angels sing for joy. Alleluia! The virgin Mary’s lullaby Calms the infant Lord Most High. Upon her lap content is He Who keeps the earth and sky and sea. Alleluia! In poverty He came to earth Showing mercy by His birth; He makes us rich in heav’nly ways As we, like angels, sing His praise. Alleluia! Ambrose of Milan, German version, tr. Martin Luther, English version, tr. Gregory J. Wismar, b. 1946, sts. 1, 6 tr. Lutheran Service Book 2006, st. 3

40 Christ, the Word of God Incarnate stanza 2 LSB 540 Christ, the living bread from heaven, Food for body, food for soul; Christ, the manna daily given, Nourish, strengthen, make us whole. Feed us with the food of heaven, Foretaste of the feast to be; Quench our thirst with living water Springing up eternally.. Steven P. Mueller, b. 1964

41 What Is This Bread stanzas 1 and 4 LSB 629 What is this bread? Christ’s body risen from the dead: This bread we break, This life we take, Was crushed to pay for our release. O taste and see—the Lord is peace. Yet is God here? Oh yes! By Word and promise clear, In mouth and soul He makes us whole— Christ truly present in this meal. O taste and see—the Lord is real. Frederic W. Baue, b

42 Wake, Awake, For Night Is Flying stanza 2 LSB 516 Zion hears the watchmen singing, And all her heart with joy is springing; She wakes, she rises from her gloom. For her Lord comes down all-glorious, The strong in grace, in truth victorious; Her star is ris’n, her light is come. Now come, Thou blessed One, Lord Jesus, God’s own Son, Hail! Hosanna! We enter all The wedding hall To eat the Supper at Thy call. Philipp Nicolai, ; tr. Catherine Winkworth, , alt.

43 Christ Sits At God’s Right Hand stanzas 2 and 3 LSB 564 Christ was that priest God swore, Uniquely First and Last Who would in righteous and love Be unsurpassed: “A priest forevermore,” An oath God would not break, “A priest within the order of Melchizedek.” Christ’s altar was the tree Where on the world’s behalf He shed a blood unlike the blood Of goat or calf, To seal God’s guarantee Of grace that cannot fail; With blood He entered for our good Behind the veil. Stephen P. Starke, b. 1955

44 These Are the Holy Ten Commands stanzas 1 and 9 LSB 581 These are the holy Ten Commands God gave to us through Moses’ hands When high on Sinai’s mount he stood, Receiving them for our good. Have mercy, Lord! “Bear no false witness nor defame Your neighbor, nor destroy his name, But view him in the kindest way; Speak truth in all that you say.” Have mercy, Lord! Martin Luther, , tr. Joseph Herl, b. 1959, st. 1 tr. Christian Worship, 1993, st. 9

45 Joy to the World stanzas 1 and 2 LSB 387 Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive her king; Let ev’ry heart prepare Him room And heav’n and nature sing, And heav’n, and heav’n and nature sing. Joy to the earth, the Savior reigns! Let men their songs employ, While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains Repeat the sounding joy, Repeat, repeat the sounding joy. Isaac Watts,

46 See, the Lord Ascends in Triumph stanzas 1 and 4 LSB 494 See, the Lord ascends in triumph; Conquering King is royal state, Riding on the clouds, His chariot, To His heav’nly palace gate. Hark! The choirs of angel voices Joyful alleluias sing, And the portals high are lifted To receive their heav’nly King. Now our heav’nly Aaron enters With His blood within the veil; Joshua now is come to Canaan, And the kings before Him quail. Now He plants the tribes of Israel In their promised resting place; Now our great Elijah offers Double portion of His grace. Christopher Wordsworth,

47 For All the Faithful Women stanza 13 LSB 855 Eunice and Lois For Eunice and for Lois We sing our thanks and praise. Young Timothy they nurtured And led him in Your ways. Raise up in ev’ry household True teachers of Your Word Whose lives will bear clear witness To Christ, our risen Lord. Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr. b. 1923

48 By All Your Saints in Warfare stanza 27 LSB 518 St. James of Jerusalem We sing of James, Christ’s brother, Who at Jerusalem Told how God loved the Gentiles And, in Christ, welcomed them. Rejoicing in salvation May we too, by God’s grace, Extend Christ’s invitation To all the human race. Gregory J. Wismar, b. 1946

49 The Death of Jesus Christ, Our Lord stanzas 4 and 5 LSB 634 His Word proclaims and we believe That is this Supper we receive His very body, as He said, His very blood for sinners shed. We dare not ask how this can be, But simply hold the mystery And trust this word where life begins: “Given and shed for all your sins.” Haquin Spegel, , st. 4; tr. Olof Olsson, composite, st. 5

50 Hail Thee, Festival Day stanzas 1 and 2 LSB 489 Pentecost Bright in the likeness of fire, On those who await His appearing, He whom the Lord had foretold Suddenly, swiftly descends; Hark! For in myriad tongues Christ’s own, His chosen apostles, Preached to the ends of the earth Christ and His wonderful works: Refrain Venantius Honorius Fortunatus, c tr. Lutheran Book of Worship, st. 1-P tr. The English Hymnal, st. 2-P

51 Lift High the Cross stanzas 4 and 5 LSB 837 O Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree, As Thou hast promised, draw us all to Thee. Let ev’ry race and ev’ry language tell Of Him who saves our lives from death and hell. George W. Kitchin,

52 O Darkest Woe stanzas 2, 4, and 6 LSB 448 O sorrow dread! Our God is dead, Upon the cross extended, There His love enlivened us As His life was ended. Thy Bridegroom dead! God’s Lamb has bled Upon thy sin forever, Pouring out His sinless self In this vast endeavor. O Virgin’s Son, what Thou hast won Is far beyond all telling: How our God, detested, died, Hell and devil felling. Johann Rist, ; tr. Joseph Herl, b. 1959

53 Musical Criteria Music as servant of the text Proper union of text and tune Musical integrity of the tune and setting Churchly character of the tune

54 Music As Servant of the Text “Music is the handmaiden of theology.” Martin Luther “Theology is doxology. Theology must sing.” Martin Franzmann

55 Familiar Tunes With New Texts LSB 856 O Christ, Who Called the Twelve TERRA BEATA LSB 477 Alleluia, Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven HYMN TO JOY LSB 521 Christ, the Lord of Hosts, Unshaken FORTUNATUS NEW LSB 596 All Christians Who Have Been Baptized NUN FREUT EUCH LSB 620 Jesus Comes Today With Healing ALLES IST AN GOTTES SEGEN LSB 828 We are Called to Stand Together ASCENDED TRIUMPH

56 New Tunes With Familiar Texts LSB 345 Hark! A Thrilling Voice Is Sounding MERTON LSB 402 O Savior of Our Fallen Race PUTNAM LSB 699 I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say SARAH-ELIZABETH LSB 824 May God Bestow on Us His Grace ELVET BANKS LSB 576 My Hope is Built on Nothing Less THE SOLID ROCK LSB 754 Entrust Your Days and Burdens SUFFICIENTIA

57 New Tunes With New Texts LSB 552 O Christ, Who Shared Our Mortal Life LORD OF LIFE LSB 654 Your Kingdom, O God, Is My Glorious Treasure GLORIOUS TREASURE LSB 339 Lift Up Your Heads, You Everlasting Doors CONRAD LSB 486 If Christ Had Not Been Raised From Death UNION CITY LSB 695 Not For Tongues of Heaven’s Angels BRIDEGROOM LSB 602 The Gifts Christ Freely Gives DENBY

58 Familiar Tunes With Familiar Texts LSB 478 The Day of Resurrection LANCASHIRE LSB 664 Fight the Good Fight MENDON LSB 920 Forth in the Peace of Christ We Go ANGELUS LSB 571 God Loved the World So That He Gave ST. CRISPIN LSB 441 Ride On, Ride On in Majesty WINCHESTER NEW LSB 453 Upon the Cross Extended O WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSEN

59 A word about hymn settings Return to four-part settings similar to those found in TLH Chant tunes have settings which suit that style of a tune Certain tunes have both piano and organ settings Some more challenging tunes also have simplified settings 20% of hymns in LSB have only melody line and text: 1. hymn tunes that are meant to be sung in unison 2. hymn tunes that are more difficult 3. lengthy hymn tunes taking two or more pages 4. space considerations during the layout of LSB enabled more hymns to be included (some shorter hymns were fit into the leftover space and were thus included with melody line only)

60 Liturgical Criteria Lectionary/Church Year/liturgical usage Sacramental focus Supportive of daily devotional life Ability of text and tune to withstand repeated usage

61 Lectionary, Church Year, and Liturgical Usage LSB 552 O Christ, Who Shared Our Mortal Life LSB 612 As Rebels, Lord, Who Foolishly Have Wandered LSB 962/963 Agnus Dei—I and II LSB 949 Heavenly Hosts in Ceaseless Worship LSB 536 One Thing’s Needful LSB 727 On Eagles’ Wings LSB 485 Long Before the World Is Waking

62 Sacramental Focus LSB 602 The Gifts Christ Freely Gives LSB 596 All Christians Who Have Been Baptized LSB 597 Water, Blood, and Spirit Crying LSB 616 Baptismal Waters Cover Me LSB 639 Wide Open Stand the Gates LSB 645 Built on the Rock, st. 4 LSB 605 Father Welcomes

63 Supportive of Daily Devotional Life LSB 885 I Lie, O Lord, Within Your Care LSB 739 Precious Lord, Take My Hand LSB 773 Hear Us, Father, When We Pray LSB 777 Grant Peace, We Pray, In Mercy, Lord LSB 754 Entrust Your Days and Burdens LSB 736 Consider How the Birds Above LSB 720 We Walk by Faith and Not by Sight

64 Ability to Withstand Repeated Usage LSB 881 Christ, Mighty Savior LSB 476 Who Are You Who Walk in Sorrow LSB 653 In Christ There Is No East or West LSB 630 Now, My Tongue, the Mystery Telling LSB 547 The Lamb LSB 558 Not Unto Us LSB 941 We Praise You and Acknowledge You, O God

65 Pastoral Criteria Catechetical use Cultivating faith and piety Restoration of hymns Sensitivity to LC-MS “tradition”

66 Catechetical Use LSB 581 These are the Holy Ten Commands TEN COMMANDMENTS LSB 953/954 We All Believe in One True God APOSTLES’ CREED LSB 766 Our Father, Who from Heaven Above LORD’S PRAYER LSB 596 All Christians Who Have Been Baptized HOLY BAPTISM LSB 616 Baptismal Waters Cover Me OFFICE OF THE KEYS AND CONFESSION LSB 627 Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior SACRAMENT OF THE ALTAR LSB 865 Lord, Help Us Ever to Retain SIX CHIEF PARTS OF THE CATECHISM

67 Cultivating Faith and Piety LSB 540 Christ, the Word of God Incarnate REDEEMER LSB 555 Salvation Unto Us Has Come JUSTIFICATION LSB 602 The Gifts Christ Freely Gives BAPTISMAL LIFE LSB 611 Chief of Sinners Though I Be CONFESSION AND ABSOLUTION LSB 636 Soul, Adorn Yourself with Gladness THE LORD’S SUPPER LSB 665 Be Strong in the Lord THE CHURCH MILITANT LSB 677 For All the Saints THE CHURCH TRIUMPHANT

68 Cultivating Faith and Piety LSB 683 Jesus, Thy Boundless Love to Me SANCTIFICATION LSB 708 Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart TRUST LSB 760 What God Ordains Is Always Good HOPE AND COMFORT LSB 769 Eternal Spirit of the Living Christ PRAYER LSB 784 Take My Life and Let It Be STEWARDSHIP LSB 801 How Great Thou Art PRAISE AND ADORATION LSB 826/827 Hark the Voice of Jesus Crying/Calling MISSION AND WITNESS

69 Cultivating Faith and Piety LSB 843 Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive SOCIETY LSB 855 For All the Faithful Women VOCATION LSB 860 Gracious Savior, Grant Your Blessing MARRIAGE LSB 861 Christ Be My Leader CHRISTIAN HOME AND EDUCATION LSB 872 Come, Thou Bright and Morning Star MORNING LSB 880 Now Rest Beneath Night’s Shadow EVENING LSB 928 Song of Hannah BIBLICAL CANTICLES

70 Restoration of Hymns Restoration to a more familiar version of the hymn LSB 347 (TLH 61) Comfort, Comfort Ye My People LSB 434 (TLH 146) Lamb of God, Pure and Holy Restoration of “lost” stanzas LSB 439 stanzas 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 O Dearest Jesus LSB 644 stanza 3 The Church’s One Foundation Restoration of “lost” hymns LSB 567 Not What These Hands Have Done LSB 898 The Ancient Law Departs

71 Sensitivity to LC-MS “Tradition” LSB 341 Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates MILWAUKEE LSB 371 Let Our Gladness Banish Sadness ĈAS RADOSTI LSB 392 God Loves Me Dearly GOTT IST DIE LIEBE LSB 470 O Sons and Daughters of the King GELOBT SEI GOTT LSB 480 He’s Risen, He’s Risen WALTHER LSB 910 Now the Silence NOW LSB 911 Lord, This Day We’ve Come to Worship GLORIOUS NAME

72 Catholic Criteria Historic universality Ethnic catholicity

73 Historic Universality LSB 864 Shepherd of Tender Youth text: Clement of Alexandria, c tr. Henry M. Dexter, tune: ITALIAN HYMN, Felice de Giardini, setting: Lutheran Book of Worship: Select Hymns, 1985

74 Historic Universality LSB 332 Savior of the Nations, Come Ambrose of Milan, German version, Martin Luther, stanzas 1, 2 tr. William M. Reynolds, stanzas 4, 5, 8 tr. F. Samuel Janzow, stanza 7 tr. Gifford A. Grobien, b stanzas 3,6 tr. Lutheran Service Book, 2006 tune: NUN KOMM DER HEIDEN HEILAND, Geystliche gesangk Buchleyn, Wittenberg, 1524, ed. Johann Walter setting: Lutheran Service Book, 2006

75 Historic Universality LSB 489 Hail Thee, Festival Day text: Venantius Honorius Fortunatus, c tr. The English Hymnal, 1906 tr. Lutheran Book of Worship, 1978 tune: SALVE FESTA DIES, Ralph Vaughan Williams,

76 Historic Universality LSB 403 O Savior of Our Fallen Race text: Latin, c. 5 th -10 th century tr. Gilbert E. Doan, b.1930 tune: PUTNAM, Stephen R. Johnson, b. 1966

77 Historic Universality LSB 516 Wake, Awake, for Night Is Flying text: Philipp Nicolai, tr. Catherine Winkworth, tune: WACHET AUF, Philipp Nicolai, setting: Württembergishes Neues Choralbuch, 1956

78 Historic Universality LSB 596 All Christians Who Have Been Baptized text: Paul Gerhardt, tr. Jon D. Vieker, b tune: NUN FREUT EUCH, Etlich Cristlich lider, Wittenberg, 1524 setting: The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941

79 Historic Universality LSB 594 God’s Own Child, I Gladly Say It text: Erdmann Neumeister, tr. Robert E. Voelker, b tune: BACHOFEN, Johann Caspar Bachofen,

80 Historic Universality LSB 669 Come, We That Love the Lord text, stanzas: Isaac Watts, text, refrain. Robert Lowry, tune: MARCHING TO ZION, Robert Lowry,

81 Historic Universality LSB 363 Silent Night text, Franz Joseph Mohr, tr. John F. Young, Spanish tr. Federico Fliedner, tune: STILLE NACHT, Franz Xaver Gruber, setting: Traditional

82 Historic Universality LSB 578 Thy Strong Word text: Martin Franzmann, tune: EBENZER, Thomas J. Williams, setting: Richard Hillert, b. 1923

83 Historic Universality LSB 922 Go, My Children, with My Blessing text: Jaroslav J. Vajda, b tune: AR HYD Y NOS, Welsh, 18 th century setting: Ralph Vaughan Williams,

84 Historic Universality LSB 552 O Christ, Who Shared Our Mortal Life text: Herman G. Stuempfle, b tune: LORD OF LIFE, Kevin J. Hildebrand, b. 1973

85 Historic Universality LSB 558 Not Unto Us text: Kurt J. Eggert, tune: NOT UNTO US, Kurt J. Eggert,

86 Historic Universality LSB 680 Thine the Amen, Thine the Praise text: Herbert F. Brokering, b tune: THINE, Carl F. Schalk, b. 1929

87 Historic Universality LSB 949 Heavenly Hosts in Ceaseless Worship text: Timothy Dudley-Smith, b tune: LOVE’S LIGHT, Amanda Husberg, b. 1940

88 Historic Universality LSB 486 If Christ Had Not Been Raised From Death text: Christopher M. Idle, b tune: UNION CITY, Phillip Magness, b. 1963

89 Historic Universality LSB 950 Splendor and Honor text: Carl P. Daw, b tune: SHADES MOUNTAIN, K. Lee Scott, b. 1950

90 Historic Universality LSB 605 Father Welcomes text: Robin Mann, b tune: FATHER WELCOMES, Robin Mann, b. 1949

91 Historic Universality LSB 727 On Eagles’ Wings text: Michael Joncas, b tune: ON EAGLES’ WINGS, Michael Joncas, b. 1951

92 Historic Universality LSB 597 Water, Blood, and Spirit Crying text: Stephen P. Starke, b tune: FILTER, Jeffrey N. Blersch, b. 1967

93 Historic Universality LSB 654 Your Kingdom, O God, Is My Glorious Treasure text: David Rogner, b tune: GLORIOUS TREASURE, Joseph Herl, b. 1959

94 Historic Universality LSB 828 We Are Called to Stand Together text: Martin E. Leckebusch, b tune: ASCENDED TRIUMPH, Henry V. Gerike, b. 1948

95 Ethnic Catholicity IRISH POLISH DANISH SWEDISH SPANISH CHINESE GERMAN ETHIOPIAN AMERICAN AFRICAN AMERICAN SPIRITUAL SLOVAKIAN NORWEGIAN BOHEMIAN WELSH ENGLISH JAMAICAN SILESIAN TANZANIAN BRAZILIAN HEBREW FINNISH FRENCH KENYAN BASQUE GAELIC LATIN

96 The Church’s One Foundation stanza 1 LSB 644 The Church’s one foundation Is Jesus Christ, her Lord She is His new creation By water and the Word. From heav’n He came and sought her To be His holy bride; With His own blood He bought her, And for her life He died. Un solo fundamento y sólo un fundador la santa iglesia tiene en Cristo, su Señor, haciéndola su esposa, del cielo descendió, y por su propia sangre su libertad compró. Samuel J. Stone, Spanish tr. Lefferd M. A. Haughwout,

97 We Praise You and Acknowledge You, O God stanzas 3 and 4 LSB 941 You, Christ, are King of glory, the everlasting Son, Yet You, with boundless love, sought to rescue ev’ryone: You laid aside Your glory, were born of virgin’s womb, Were crucified for us and were placed into a tomb; Then by Your resurrection You won for us reprieve You opened heaven’s kingdom to all who would believe. You sit in splendid glory, enthroned at God’s right hand, Upholding earth and heaven by forces You command. We know that You will come as our Judge that final day, So help Your servants You have redeemed by blood, we pray; May we with saints be numbered where praises never end, In glory everlasting. Amen, O Lord, amen! Stephen P. Starke, b. 1955


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