Category Archives: The Lord’s Baptism

Now Jesus Lifts His Prayer On High

This hymn was used for Lauds and Vespers II for the Octave of Epiphany (January 13 – The Feast of the Lord’s Baptism) in the Paris Breviary(1736). This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns … Continue reading

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The Voice Of Him Who Cries Aloud

This hymn was used for Vespers I for the Octave of Epiphany (January 13 – The Feast of the Lord’s Baptism) in the Paris Breviary(1736). This is the original text of the hymn from John Chandler’s 1837 Hymns of the Primitive … Continue reading

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Emergit Undis Et Deo

This hymn was used for Lauds and Vespers II for the Octave of Epiphany (January 13 – The Feast of the Lord’s Baptism) in the Paris Breviary(1736). Emergit undis, et Deo Fundit preces homo Deus: Patet polorum regia, Adest repente … Continue reading

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Non Abluunt Lymphæ Deum

This hymn was used for Nocturns for the Octave of Epiphany (January 13 – The Feast of the Lord’s Baptism) in the Paris Breviary(1736). Non abluunt lymphæ Deum, Sed abluit lymphas Deus; Carnisque contactu sacræ Vim dat lavandi criminis. Promissus … Continue reading

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Clamantis Ecce Vox Sonans

This hymn was used for Vespers I for the Octave of Epiphany (January 13 – The Feast of the Lord’s Baptism) in the Paris Breviary(1736). Clamantis ecce vox sonans Deserta Iudææ quatit: Mox ad Ioannem cunfluunt, Quos criminum moles gravat. … Continue reading

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I Come The Great Redeemer Cries

“I come,” The great Redeemer cries “To do Thy will, O Lord!” At Jordan’s flood, behold! He seals The sure prophetic word. “Thus it becomes Us to fulfill All righteousness,” He said; He spake obedient, and beneath The yielding wave … Continue reading

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To Jordan’s Stream The Savior Goes

To Jordan’s stream the Savior goes To do His Father’s will, His breast with sacred ardor glows, Each precept to fulfill. Behold Him buried in the flood, The emblem of His grave, Who from the bosom of His God Came … Continue reading

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