Friday, September 05, 2014

The A Team

This is a list of hymns and songs culled from a spreadsheet I made years ago from OCP. This is in response to a Chant Cafe post by Kathleen Pluth regarding what we think are "songs that everyone knows" or "should know" in the average American/Anglophone parish.


When John Baptized By Jordan's River
Rendez a dieu
Out Into the Wilderness
Hurd
Led by the Spirit
Kingsfold
Parce Domine
In These Days of Lenten Journey
Manalo
At the Cross Her Station Keeping
Stabat Mater
Tis Good, Lord, to be Here
Swabia
All Glory, Laud and Honor
St. Theodulph
Sing My Tongue, the Savior's Glory
Pange Lingua
O Sacred Head, Surrounded
Passion Chorale
O Sacred Head, Surrounded
B.Hurd
Ye Sons and Daughters
O Filii et filiae
Jesus Christ is Risen Today
Easter Hymn
Alleluia, Alleluia
Ode to Joy
Regina Caeli
plainsong
Christ, the Lord is Risen Today
Llanfair
Jesus is Risen
Lasst uns erfreuen
Three Days
Thaxted
Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise
Llanfair
Creator Spirit, by Whose Aid
Lasst uns erfreuen
Veni Sancte Spiritus
C. Walker
Veni Creator Spiritus
plainsong
Come, O Holy Spirit
Ode to Joy
Holy God, We Praise Thy Name
Grosser Gott
Praise to the Lord
Lobe den Herren
Now Thank We All Our God
Nun Danket
Immaculate Mary
Lourdes
Hail Holy Queen
Salve Regina
Holy, Holy, Holy
Nicaea
God, We Praise You
Nettleton
O Love of God/Amor de Dios
B Hurd
Come to the Feast/Ven al Banquete
B Hurd
Here at this Table
Sullivan Whitaker
All People That on Earth Do Dwell
Old 100th
Amen: El Cuerpo de Cristo
Schiavone
Ubi Caritas
B Hurd
I Am the Bread of Life
Toolan
Pan de Vida
B Hurd
Come to Me and Drink
Hurd
Ave Verum Corpus
plainsong
Jesu, Dulcis Memoria
Jesu, dulcis…
God Has Chosen Me
B. Farrel
Celtic Alleluia: Sending Forth
O'Carroll
The Summons
Kelvingrove
Jesus, Remember Me
Berthier
Church of God, Elect and Glorious
Hyfrydol
The Church's One Foundation
Aurelia
All the Earth
Deiss
Canticle of the Sun
Haugen
Ubi Caritas
plainsong
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
Hyfrydol
Be Not Afraid
Dufford
We Will Rise Again
Haas
On Eagles' Wings
Joncas
You are Near
Schutte
Come Holy Ghost
Lambilotte
 

 
By the Waking of Our Hearts
Manalo
In Every Age
Sullivan Whitaker
I Heard the Voice of Jesus
Kingsfold
 
 
The King of Love My Shepherd Is
St. Columba
Faith of our Fathers
St. Catherine
Center of My Life
Inwood
Those Called by Christ
Detroit
Pescador de Hombres
Gabarain
Only This I Want
Schutte
Dwelling Place
Foley
Psalm 42
O waly waly
We Walk by Faith/In Times of Trouble
chant/Bridge
Christ Be Our Light
Farrell
Jesu, Joy of Our Desiring
Werde Munter
Adoro te Devote
chant
Holy Wisdom, Lamp of Learning
Beach Spring
O God Beyond All Praising
Thaxted
All Creatures of Our God
Lasst uns
Praise the Lord Ye Heavens
Ode to Joy
Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee
Ode to Joy
Sacred Silence
Booth
Laudate, Laudate Dominum
Walker
Praise God From Whom All Blessings
Old 100th
Sing With All the Saints in Glory
Ode to Joy
 
 
The Strife is O'er
Victory
Stand By Me
Tindley/Kendzia
For the Beauty of the Earth
Dix
Thanks Be to God
Dean
All Good Gifts
Keil
River of Glory
Schutte
Turn to Me
Foley
Hear Us Now, Our God and Father
Hyfrydol
God, Who Created Hearts to Love
Lasst uns
The Lord is My Light
Walker
Parable
Ridge
Fly Like a Bird
Canedo
Be Still My Soul
Finlandia
Healing River of the Spirit
Beach Spring
Salve Regina
mode 5
Ave Maria
mode 1
O God, Almighty Father
Gott Vater
All Hail Adored Trinity
Old 100th
Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones
Lasst uns
For All the Saints
Sine Nomine
To Jesus Christ, Our Sovreign King
Ich glaub an Gott
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name
Coronation
The King of Kings, Christ Jesus Reigns
Ich glaub an Gott
At the Name of Jesus
Walker
Crown Him With Many Crowns
Diademata
Alleluia, Sing to Jesus
Hyfrydol

2 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

FAITH ALONE----REALLY? BY STEVE FINNELL

There are those who profess that God saves by faith alone. They contend that anyone who believes that water baptism is essential to forgiveness of sins is being saved by works. The problem is that the faith alone crowd believe it is essential say a form of the "sinner's prayer" in order to be saved. In other words, faith + the sinner's prayer saves. Using their reasoning, saying the sinner's prayer would be a work.

Example of a sinner's prayer: Lord Jesus, I come before you and confess that I am a sinner. Jesus, I believe that you died on the cross, and that Almighty God raised you from the dead. I pray that you forgive me my sin, and be my Lord and Savior. In the name of Christ Jesus I pray this request. Amen.

The problem is under the new covenant the Bible never instructs a non-Christian to pray for forgiveness. A proof text used is 1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. (NKJV) John was addressing Christians. John was not telling unbelievers to say the sinner's prayer and be forgiven. John was not telling unbelievers to say a sinner's prayer so that they might be saved.

Proof text number two: The tax collector (publican) prayed and was forgiven. Luke 18:9-14.....13"And the tax collector, standing afar off, would not so much as raise his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying. 'God be merciful to me a sinner!" 14 "I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other; for everyone who exalts himself will be abased,
and he who humbles himself will be exalted."(NKJV)

The tax collector (publican) was not a pagan. The tax collector was a member of the Jewish religion. He collected taxes for the Romans. The tax collector was already part of a synagogue. The tax collector did not become a Jew by saying a sinner's prayer.

There is no Scripture that states that saying the "sinner's prayer" grants forgiveness to non-Christians. Saying a sinner's prayer does not add anyone to the body of Christ. Saying a sinner's prayer cannot save anyone.

What do men have to do to be saved?

Believe: John 3:16
Confess: Romans 10:9-19
Repent: Acts 2:38
Be Immersed in water: Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16, 1 Peter 3:21, Mark 16:16



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Dick Martin said...

To believe happens in your (Heart)or your spirit. To Confess means to agree with. Agree with what? What the Instructions say to do to be Saved. Faith can only work where the WILL of God is known. Faith is agreeing with God or confessing. it's very simple. the written history of man being reconciled back to God was a total failure from Adam to Jesus's death. how became our substitute. see 2nd.Corth.5:21;(The Great Exchange)Believe and Confess and you will be Saved. NOTHING you can do;( Works ) can save you . ONLY Jesus is our Propitiation; Meaning- total appeasement. Baptism is something you do after Believing and confessing. being saved has to involve your understanding. Water can not save anyone. Baptize means (to become ONE with.) Put this in your scripture references and it will be correct. Love in Jesus - Dick.