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Hymns the catholicity of time

Hymns…the Catholicity of Time

Connected

to the Church of Every Age


Connected to bible times

Connected to Bible Times

Old Testament poetry

The “praise of God”(Augustine’s definition of a hymn)did not begin with the New Testament. New Testament song developed naturally from a large variety of Old Testament patterns. Much of the Old Testament is in poetic form: Song of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, Proverbs, Job, and of course, the book of Psalms.

Psalms was the hymn book of the Old Testament. There are psalms of lament, psalms of praise and thanksgiving, psalms of instruction, psalms of ascent (sung as pilgrims approached Jerusalem and went ‘up’ to the Temple), just to name a few.


Connected to bible times1

Connected to Bible Times

Old Testament biblical canticles

Song of Moses and Israel LSB 925

Cantemus Domino Exodus 15:1-6, 11-13, 17-18

Song from Deuteronomy LSB 926

Audite, coeli Deuteronomy 32:1-4, 8-12, 36a, 39, 43

First Song of Isaiah LSB 927

Confitebor tibi, Domini Isaiah 12:1-6

Song of Hannah LSB 928

Exultavit cor meum I Samuel 2:1-10

Song of Jonah electronic LSB 985

Clamavi de tribulatione mea Jonah 2:2-9

All You Works of the Lord LSB 931

Benedicite, omnia opera The Song of the Three Young Men


Connected to bible times2

Connected to Bible Times

Praise of God

in the New Testament

The New Testament contains excerpts from creeds, prayers, doxologies, and benedictions. St. Paul refers to psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs in Col. 3:16.

The most widely known and recognized examples of New Testament hymns are the three great lyric portions connected to the account of Christ’s nativity in the Gospel according to St. Luke: the Magnificat, the Benedictus, and the Nunc Dimittis. One can also mention the Gloria in Excelsis, the Beatitudes of our Lord from His Sermon on the Mount, and the Dignus es: the songs of praise to the Lamb from the book of Revelation.


Connected to bible times3

Connected to Bible Times

New Testament biblical canticles

My Soul Rejoices LSB 933

Magnificat Luke 1:46-55

My Soul Now Magnifies the Lord LSB 934

Magnificat Luke 1:46-55

Tell Out, My Soul, the Greatness of the Lord LSB 935

Magnificat Luke 1:46-55

Sing Praise to the God of Israel LSB 936

Benedictus Luke 1:68-79


Connected to bible times4

Connected to Bible Times

New Testament biblical canticles

Glory to God, We Give You Thanks and Praise LSB 946

Gloria in Excelsis Luke 2:14

All Glory Be to God on High LSB 947

Gloria in Excelsis Luke 2:14

All Glory Be to God Alone LSB 948

Gloria in Excelsis Luke 2:14

Lord, Bid Your Servant God in Peace LSB 937

Nunc Dimittis Luke 2:29-32

In Peace and Joy I Now Depart LSB 938

Nunc DimittisLuke 2:29-32


Connected to bible times5

Connected to Bible Times

Other New Testament biblical canticles

Jesus Sat with His Disciples LSB 932

Beatitudes Matthew 5:1-12

Blest Are They electronic LSB 982

Beatitudes Matthew 5:1-12

Heavenly Hosts in Ceaseless Worship LSB 949

Dignus es Rev. 4:1-11; 5:1-14

Splendor and Honor LSB 950

Dignus es Rev. 4:1-11; 5:1-14


Connected to the early church

Connectedto the Early Church

Greek hymnody

“Who does not know about…all the psalms and hymns that were written by faithful Christians from the beginning, which sing of the Christ as the Word of God and treat him as God?”

Eusebius, 4th century Church historian quoting Hippolytus of Rome (c. 170-236)

“…on a stated day they (the Christians) were accustomed to gather before daybreak and to sing responsively a song to Christ as to a God.” Pliny, governor of Bythinia, written in the early 2nd century to Emperor Trajan


Connected to the early church1

Connectedto the Early Church

Paraphrase from early Christian writings and Greek hymns

Father, We Thank Thee LSB 652

Didache 2nd Century

Shepherd of Tender Youth LSB 864

Clement of Alexandria c. 170-220 A.D.

O Gladsome Light LSB 888

Phos hilaron 4th Century

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence LSB 621

Liturgy of St. James 5th Century

The Day of Resurrection LSB 478

John of Damascus c. 696-754

Stars of the Morning LSB 520

Joseph the Hymnographer c. 810-886


Connected to the church of the middle ages

Connectedto the Church of the Middle Ages

Latin hymnody

Latin hymnody began to flourish in the 4th century as the Greek language began to decline in the West and the liturgy became Latinized. Latin hymnody was also a response to heresy. Hymnody became a very important teaching tool to counteract such false teaching and to rightly teach the truths of the Word of God.


Connected to the church of the middle ages1

Connectedto the Church of the Middle Ages

Latin hymns before 800 A.D.

in Continental Europe

Savior of the Nations, Come LSB 332

O Splendor of God’s Glory Bright LSB 874

Ambrose of Milan (340-397)

Of the Father’s Love Begotten LSB 384

Aurelius Prudentius Clemens (348-413)

Holy God, We Praise Thy Name LSB 940

Author unknown 5th Century

The Royal Banners Forward Go LSB 455

Sing, My Tongue LSB 454

Hail Thee, Festival Day LSB 489

Venantius Honorius Fortunatus (530-609)

Christ is Our Cornerstone LSB 912

Author unknown 8th Century


Connected to the church of the middle ages2

Connected to the Church of the Middle Ages

Latin hymns before 800 A.D.

in Ireland, Britain and elsewhere

I Bind unto Myself Today LSB 604

Patrick (372-466)

From East to West LSB 385

The Star Proclaims the King is HereLSB 399

Coelius Sedulius 5th Century

Christ Is the World’s Redeemer LSB 539

attr. Columba (521-597)

A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing LSB 493

The Venerable Bede (673-735)

At the Lamb’s High Feast LSB 633

Author unknown 5th -10th Centuries

The Lord’s Prayer LSB 957

Origin unknown 5th- 10th Centuries

O Savior of Our Fallen Race LSB 403

Author unknown 5th – 10th Centuries


Connected to the church of the middle ages3

Connected to the Church of the Middle Ages

Latin hymns in Europe, 800-1400 A.D.

All Glory, Laud, and Honor LSB 442

Theodulf of Orléans (762-821)

Father Most Holy LSB 504

Author unknown 10th Century?

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded LSB 449

Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153)

Christians, to the Paschal Victim Victimae paschali laudes LSB 460

Wipo of Burgundy c. 1050

Jerusalem the Golden LSB 672

Bernard of Cluny 12th Century

Now, My Tongue, the Mystery LSB 630

Thee We Adore, O Hidden Savior LSB 640

Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)

Jesus Christ Is Risen Today LSB 457

Author unknown 14th Century

O Love, How Deep LSB 544

Thomas à Kempis (1380-1471)


Connected to the lutheran reformation

Connectedto the Lutheran Reformation

The Reformation era

1517-1550

Of all the contributions of the Lutheran Reformation,

perhaps the greatest is Luther’s restoration of singing to the laypeople, so much so that the Lutheran Church is often called the “singing church” to this very day.

Luther viewed hymnody as liturgical song. Hymns were not merely opportunities for people to sing during the liturgy, but a way in which they could sing theliturgy. Many hymns of the early Reformation show the interest that Luther and the other Reformers had in providing liturgical hymnody for the people. Many other hymns of this era boldly speak of the truths of salvation by God’s grace through faith in Christ alone.


Connected to the lutheran reformation1

Connectedto the Lutheran Reformation

The Reformation era, 1520-1550

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God LSB 657

Dear Christians, One and All, Rejoice LSB 556

Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands LSB 458

From Heaven Above to Earth I Come LSB 358

In Peace and Joy I Now Depart LSB 938

Isaiah, Mighty Seer in Days of Old LSB 960

May God Bestow on Us His Grace LSB 823

Our Father, Who From Heaven Above LSB 766

These Are the Holy Ten Commands LSB 581

To Jordan Came the Christ, Our Lord LSB 406

We All Believe in One True God LSB 954

Martin Luther (1483-1546)


Connected to the lutheran reformation2

Connectedto the Lutheran Reformation

The Reformation era

1520-1550

All Mankind Fell in Adam’s Fall LSB 562

Lazarus Spengler (1479-1534)

“As Surely As I Live,” God Said LSB 614

Nicolaus Herman (1480-1561)

Salvation unto Us Has Come LSB 555

Paul Speratus (1484-1551)

The Only Son from HeavenLSB 402

Elisabeth Cruciger (1500-1535)

Lord Jesus Christ, with Us Abide LSB 585

Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560)

My Soul, Now Praise Your Maker LSB 820

Johann Gramann (1487-1541)

The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us LSB 514

Johann Walter (1496-1570)


Connected to the post reformation era

Connectedto the post-Reformation era

The age of confessionalization

1550-1618

When in the Hour of Deepest Need LSB 615

Paul Eber (1511-1569)

The Day is Surely Drawing Near LSB 508

Bartholomäus Ringwaldt (1532-1599)

Lord, Thee I Love With All My Heart LSB 708

Martin Schalling (1532-1608)

In Thee Is Gladness LSB 818

Johann Lindemann (1549-1631)

O Morning Star, How Fair and Bright LSB 395

Wake, Awake, for Night Is Flying LSB 516

Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608)

O Blessed, Holy Trinity LSB 876

Martin Behm (1557-1622)

Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming LSB 359

German, Catholic 16th Century


Connected to hymnody of the 17 th century

Connectedto Hymnody of the 17th Century

The Thirty Years’ War

1618-1648

During the 17th century, Lutheran hymnody took a turn toward a closer relationship to real life situations, due in part to the ravages of the Thirty Years’ War. The poetry was metrically more regular and smoother and the theological content “warmer.”

Paul Gerhardt writes during these troubled times, expertly combining doctrinal content with a most fervent faith, often expressed introspectively. His hymns remain among the most popular in Lutheran hymnals to this day.


Connected to hymnody of the 17 th century1

Connectedto Hymnody of the 17th Century

The Thirty Years’ War

1618-1648

Jesus, Grant That Balm and Healing LSB 421

Johann Heermann (1585-1647)

Now Thank We All Our God LSB 895

Martin Rinckart (1586-1649)

Abide, O Dearest Jesus LSB 919

Josua Stegmann (1588-1632)

O Little Flock, Fear Not the Foe LSB 666

Jacob Fabricius (1593-1654)

Lord of Our Life LSB 659

Matthäus A. von Löwenstern (1594-1648)

O Living Bread from Heaven LSB 642

Johann Rist (1607-1667)

Oh, How Blest Are They LSB 679

Simon Dach (1605-1659)


Connected to hymnody of the 17 th century2

Connectedto Hymnody of the 17th Century

The Thirty Years’ War, 1618-1648

A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth LSB 438

All Christians Who Have Been Baptized LSB 596

Awake, My Heart with Gladness LSB 467

Entrust Your Days and Burdens LSB 754

Evening and Morning LSB 726

If God Himself Be for Me LSB 724

Jesus, Thy Boundless Love to Me LSB 683

Now Rest Beneath Night’s Shadow LSB 880

O Lord, How Shall I Meet You LSB 334

O Jesus Christ, Thy Manger Is LSB 372

Rejoice, My Heart, Be Glad and Sing LSB 737

Upon the Cross Extended LSB 453

Why Should Cross and Trial Grieve Me LSB 756

Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676)


Connected to hymnody of the 17 th century3

Connectedto Hymnody of the 17th Century

Postwar Germany, 1648-1670

Comfort, Comfort Ye My People LSB 347

Johann Olearius (1611-1684)

Jesus Christ, My Sure Defense LSB 741

Otto von Schwerin (1616-1679)

Jesus, Priceless Treasure LSB 743

Lord, to You I Make Confession LSB 608

Soul, Adorn Yourself with Gladness LSB 636

Johann Franck (1618-1677)

Let the Earth Now Praise the Lord LSB 352

Heinrich Held (1620-1659)

If Thou But Trust in God to Guide Thee LSB 750

Georg Neumark (1621-1681)

Jesus, I Will Ponder Now LSB 440

Sigismund von Birken (1626-1681)


Connected to the17 th and mid 18 th centuries

Connectedto the17th and mid- 18th centuries

Hymns of Pietism

The subjective tendency of the late 17th century gradually developed into a movement called “Pietism,” a reaction against formalism and “dead orthodoxy” of the time. The more subjective, emotional, and sentimental hymns of Pietism were not suited to the sturdy chorale tunes of earlier days. Waltz-like triple meters became common and the more rhythmic chorale tunes were evened out (isorhythmic). Pietism’s lack of intellectual strength ushered in a movement known as Rationalism or the Enlightenment which shook the foundations of the Christian faith. Hymns were revised to suit the intellectual demands of the time, causing great harm.


Connected to the17 th and mid 18 th centuries1

Connectedto the17th and mid-18th centuries

Hymns of Pietism

Draw Us to Thee LSB 701

Friederich Funcke (1642-1699)

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty LSB 790

Joachim Neander (1650-1680)

Renew Me, O Eternal Light LSB 704

Johann Ruopp (1672--1708)

Oh, That I Had a Thousand Voices LSB 811

Johann Mentzer (1658-1734)

Behold a Host, Arrayed in White LSB 676

Hans Adolf Brorson (1694-1764)

God Himself Is Present LSB 907

Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769)

Beautiful Savior LSB 537

Münsterisch Gesangbuch (1650-1680)


Connected to the mid 18 th and19 th centuries

Connectedto the mid-18thand19th centuries

Hymns of the Enlightenment

Silent Night, Holy Night LSB 363

Franz Joseph Mohr (1792-1848)

God Loved the World LSB 571

Heiliges Lippen-und Hertzens-Opffner c. 1778

Jesus Comes Today with Healing LSB 620

Heinrich Puchta (1808-1858)

Wide Open Stand the Gates LSB 639

Wilhelm Loehe (1808-1872)

God Loves Me Dearly LSB 392

August Rische (1819-1906)

Children of the Heavenly Father LSB 725

Carolina Sandell Berg (1832-1903)

How Great Thou Art LSB 801

Carl Gustaf Boberg (1859-1940)


Connected to english hymnody

Connectedto English hymnody

The Hymns of Watts and Wesley

Jesus Shall Reign LSB 832

Joy to the World LSB 387

O God, Our Help in Ages Past LSB 733

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross LSB 425

From All That Dwell Below the Skies LSB 816

Come, We That Love the Lord LSB 669

Isaac Watts (1674-1748)

Christ the Lord Is Risen Today LSB 469

Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus LSB 338

Hark! The Herald Angels SingLSB 380

Love Divine, All Loves ExcellingLSB 700

Charles Wesley (1707-1788)


Connected to english hymnody 18th century

Connectedto English hymnody18th Century

Amazing Grace LSB 744

Glorious Things of You Are Spoken LSB 648

How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds LSB 524

On What Has Now Been Sown LSB 921

John Newton (1725-1807)

God Moves in a Mysterious Way LSB 765

William Cowper (1731-1800)

I Know That My Redeemer Lives LSB 461

Samuel Medley (1738-1799)

Rock of Ages LSB 761

August Toplady (1740-1778)

Come, Thou Fount of Ev’ry Blessing LSB 686

Robert Robinson (1735-1790)


Connected to english hymnody1

Connectedto English hymnody

19th Century—The Victorian era

Just As I Am LSB 570

Charlotte Elliot (1789-1871)

Abide with Me LSB 878

Henry Lyte (1793-1847)

Alleluia, Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven LSB 477

Songs of Thankfulness and Praise LSB 394

Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885)

I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say LSB 699

Not What These Hands Have Done LSB 567

Horatius Bonar (1806-1889)

At the Name of Jesus LSB 512

Caroline M. Noel (1740-1778)

The Day Thou Gavest LSB 886

John Ellerton (1826-1893)


Connected to the 19 th century

Connectedto the 19th century

American Traditional Hymns

My Faith Looks Up to Thee LSB 702

Ray Palmer (1808-1887)

It Came upon the Midnight Clear LSB 366

Edmund Sears (1810-1876)

Hark, the Voice of Jesus Crying LSB 826

Daniel March (1816-1909)

Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me LSB 715

Edward Hopper (1818-1888)

Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus LSB 660

George Duffield, Jr. (1818-1888)

God Bless Our Native Land LSB 965

Charles T. Brooks (1813-1883)

When Peace, Like a River [It is Well] LSB 763

Horatio Spafford (1828-1888)


Connected to the 19 th century1

Connectedto the 19th century

African American Spirituals

Give Me Jesus electronic LSB 976

Go Tell It on the Mountain LSB 388

My Lord, What a Morning electronic LSB 968

There Is a Balm in Gilead LSB 749

Were You There LSB 456


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Britain, the U.S., Canada and Australia

Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee LSB 803

Henry Van Dyke (1852-1933)

Great Is Thy Faithfulness LSB 809

Thomas O. Chisholm (1886-1960)

O God of Light LSB 836

Sarah E. Taylor (1883-1954)

Precious Lord, Take My Hand LSB 739

Thomas Dorsey (1899-1993)

Lord, Whose Love through Humble Service LSB 848 Albert F. Bayly (1901-1984)

Lord of All Hopefulness LSB 738

Jan Struther (1901-1953)

Christ Be My Leader LSB 861

Timothy Dudley-Smith b. 1926


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries1

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Britain, the U.S., Canada and Australia

New Songs of Celebration Render LSB 792

Erik Routley (1917-1982)

Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us With Your Love electronic LSB 980

Tom Colvin (1925-2000)

When Aimless Violence LSB 764

Joy Patterson b. 1931

Jesus on the Mountain Peak LSB 415

Brian Wren b. 1936

No Saint on Earth Lives Life to Self AloneLSB 747 Norman J. Kansfield b. 1940

These Things Did Thomas Count as Real LSB 472

Thomas Troeger b. 1945

Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart LSB 806

Henry Smith b. 1952


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries2

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Lutheran Hymn Writers

Thy Strong Word LSB 578

Preach You the Word LSB 586

Our Paschal Lamb, That Sets Us Free LSB 473

Martin H. Franzmann (1907-1976)

Lord, When You Came as Welcome Guest LSB 859

F. Samuel Janzow (1913-2001)

Lord of all Nations, Grant Me Grace LSB 844

Olive Wise Spannaus b. 1916

Go, My Children, with My Blessing LSB 922

See This Wonder in the MakingLSB 593 Where Shepherds Lately Knelt LSB 369

Jaroslav J. Vajda (1919-2008)

Love in Christ Is Strong and Living LSB 706

Dorothy R. Schultz b. 1934

On Galilee’s High Mountain LSB 835

Henry L. Letterman b. 1932-1996


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries3

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Lutheran Hymn Writers

What Is This Bread LSB 629

Frederic W. Baue b. 1946

In Holy Conversation LSB 772

Gregory J. Wismar b. 1946

The Gifts Christ Freely Gives LSB 602

Richard R. Resch b. 1947

The Lamb LSB 547

Gerald P. Coleman b. 1953

The Tree of Life LSB 561

We Praise You and Acknowledge You, O God LSB 941

In the Shattered Bliss of EdenLSB 572

Stephen P. Starke b. 1955

Your Kingdom, O God, Is My Glorious Treasure LSB 654

David W. Rogner b. 1960

Christ, the Word of God Incarnate LSB 540

Steven P. Mueller b. 1964


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries4

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Lutheran Hymn Writers

Let the Vineyards Be Fruitful LSB 955

John W. Arthur (1922-1980)

For All the Faithful Women LSB 855

O Christ, Who Shared Our Mortal Life LSB 552

Voices Raised to You We Offer LSB 795

Herman G. Stuempfle (1923-2007)

Alleluia! Jesus Is Risen LSB 474

Thine the Amen, Thine the PraiseLSB 680

Herbert F. Brokering (1926- 2009)

O Blessed Spring LSB 595

Susan Palo Cherwien b. 1953

Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness LSB 849

Rusty Edwards b. 1955

Not unto Us LSB 558

Kurt J. Eggert (1923-1993)


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries5

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Other Hymn Writers

Our Father, by Whose Name LSB 863

F. Bland Tucker (1895-1984)

If Christ Had Not Been Raised from Death LSB 486

In Silent Pain the Eternal Son LSB 432

Christopher Idle b. 1938

O Light Whose Splendor LSB 891

We Sing for All the Unsung SaintsLSB 678

Carl P. Daw, Jr. b. 1944

We Are Called to Stand Together LSB 828

Martin E. Leckebusch b. 1962

You Satisfy the Hungry Heart LSB 641

Omer E. Westendorf (1916-1997)

On Eagles’ Wings LSB 727

Michael Joncas b. 1951

Lamb of God LSB 550

Twila Paris b. 1958


Connected to the 20 th and 21 st centuries6

Connectedto the 20thand 21st centuries

Ethnic Hymnody

O Sing to the Lord LSB 808

Brazilian Folk Song

The Lord Is My LightLSB 723

Alberto Taulé b. 1932

Lord’s Prayer [Padre Nuestro] LSB 958/959

Carlos Rosas b. 1939

Eat This Bread LSB 638

Jesus, Remember MeLSB 767

Taizé Community

I Lie, O Lord, within Your Care LSB 885

Jochen Klepper (1903-1942)

Listen, God Is Calling LSB 833

Kenyan

Greet the Rising Sun LSB 871

Zhao Zichen (1888-1979)


Hymns the catholicity of time1

Hymns…the Catholicity of Time

Connected

to the Church of Every Age