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  1. Authoritative information about the hymn text O sacred head now wounded, with lyrics, PDF files, printable scores, MIDI files, audio recordings, piano resources, and products for worship planners.
  2. O sacred Head, now wounded, with grief and shame weighed down; now scornfully surrounded with thorns, thine only crown; O sacred Head, what glory, what bliss till now was thine! Yet, though despised and gory, I joy to call thee mine. What thou, my Lord, has suffered was all for sinners’ gain.
  3. O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing (3) O Sacred Head Now Wounded (3) Onward Christian Soldiers (2) Os­kar Ahn­felt (1) Palm Sunday (1) Philip Bliss (3) praise (1) Psalm 46 (1) Ray Palmer (1) Rejoice the Lord is King (3) Richard Storrs Willis (2) Robert Lowry (4) Sabine Baring-Gould (2) Sam Duncan (2) Stuart Hine (3) Take My Life and Let It Be.
  4. Mar 22,  · O Sacred Head, Now Wounded Authorship Unknown Tr. By Paul Gerhardt, Tr. By James Waddel Alexander Hans Leo Hassler Harmonized by Johann Sebastian Bach
  5. O Come, All Ye Faithful O Come, O Come, Emmanuel O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing O Holy Night O Little Town of Bethlehem O Sacred Head, Now Wounded Praise Him! Praise Him! Praise to the Lord, the Almighty Rock of Ages Shall We Gather at the River? Silent Night! Holy Night! Standing on the Promises Take My Life and Let It Be The First Noel The.
  6. O sacred Head, now wounded, with grief and shame weighed down, Now scornfully surrounded with thorns, Thine only crown; How pale Thou art with anguish with sore abuse and scorn How does that visage languish, which once was bright as morn? What Thou, my Lord, hast suffered, Was all for sinners’ gain; Mine, mine was the transgression.
  7. O sacred Head, now wounded, with grief and shame weighed down, Now scornfully surrounded with thorns, Thine only crown; How pale Thou art with anguish, with sore abuse and scorn! How does that visage languish, which once was bright as morn! What Thou, my Lord.
  8. Hallel (Heb. “praise”).Psalms or hymns of praise were used in the OT (Ez ; 2 Ch ).In the course of time the name Hallel came to denote various groups of Psalms, e.g., –, – (or ), –, –; the word Hallelujah* occurs at the beginning and/or end of most of these. The name Great Hallel has been attached to Ps –, or –, or alone.

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