' HERR JESU CHRtST, AHR'R MENSCH UND GOTT'
(' Lord Jesu Christ , Thou Man and God ')
Relayed from ST. ANN'S CHURCH. MANCHESTER
Lord Jesu Christ who Man became,
And knew Man's sorrow, grief and shame, Who on the Cross for me didstdie.
So Grace ight come from God on high. 0 Thou, our trials who didst know To me a sinner mercy show t
II.—-Recitative (Tenor) :
Yea. though mv soul, when that gread hoar appeareth, Shall fear the icy hand of death, and shrink before him when he nearrth,
Yea when my voice can nought but bitter sighings make,
And when my heart shall break : enough.
I trust in Him that saith,
' Behold, I am with theo ' ; 'twas He who died upon the Cross for me,
'Tis He. my soul to peace through tr&vai' leadeth,
And for my pardon lntercedeth. m.-Aria (Soprarw) :
My sou! shall rest in Jesu's keeping. When Earth this mortal body takes.
Oh, ring out soon, ye bells that call me
Of death no terror doth appal me.
With Jesus then my soul awakes.
IV.—Revitative and Aria (Bass):
When man at last Thy trumpet Heareth
And when the sea and land,
Yea, all that man doth cherish In ruin disappearcth,
Have mercy, Lord, nor let me perish ;
Thy servant. I before Thy Throne sha ! stand,
A guilty stnner humbly praying .. Do Thou abide with me
My Jesu ; my trust is in Thee,
O comfort Thou my spirit, saying.—
In truth I say to thec,
Though Heav'n and the earth are destroyed for ever,
So fear not, Thy Saviour forsakeththee never.
1.0, In that Day they shall not grieve. Nor shall they perish, that believe, Put all thy trust, my child, in Me;
I'or life everlasting to mankind I gave.
O'ercoming the power of death and the grave."
Oh, Lord, forgive Thy children all. And teach us to await Thy call
With gladsome heart and trusting soul; Oh, let Thy Spirit make us whole,
And give us Grace Thy way to keep, Until in Thee we fall on sleep.
(English Text by D. Millar Craig.
Copyright B.B.C. 1929.)
Cantatas for the next four weeks are :—
Match 9. No. 80.—Ein' feste Burg tst unser Gott (A Strong-hold Sure).
March 16. No. 114.—Ach, tteben Christen, Bed getrost (Beloved
Christians, weep no more).
March 23. Ko. 140.—Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Sleepers, wake).
March 30. No. 1.—Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (How brightly shines the Morning Star).
From the Studio
Conducted by the REVEREND ARCHIBALD FLEMING , D.D.,
Minister of St. Columba's, Pont Street
(Assisted by the CHOIR of ST. COLUMBA'S, under the direction of Mr. ARNOLD FULTON)
THE DUTIES OF LIFE
Hymn (Ancient and Modern, 292), Praise the Lord. ye heavens adore Him '
Hallowing Introduction Thanksgiving
Prayer from Scripture
Hymn (Ancient and Modern, 197), ' The King of Love my Shepherd is '
Bible Lesson: Isaiah Iviii, 6-12 ; St. James i,
Hymn (Ancient and Modem, 108), 'When I survey the Wondrous Cross '
Address by Dr. ARCHIBALD FLEMING Evening Prayer
Hymn (Ancient and Modem, 27).
* Abide with Me *