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Jul 21, 'God be with you till we meet again' When the gray Psalter Hymnal came along, Rankin's text was set, instead, to a lovely, far better. God be with you till we meet again, By His counsels guide, uphold you, With His sheep securely fold you, God be with you till we meet again. Refrain: Till we. God Be With You Till We Meet Again · Paul CardallFrom the album The Hymns Collection (2 Disc Set). Start Station God The Eternal Father. Play God The.
Each star emits a harmonic tone which is in perfect accord with the tones produced by all the other stars. Furthermore, should the harmony fail for one single moment the whole solar system would crumble and disintegrate. See the Ten Commandments, for example. Cosmic law has been made known to him as fast as he was able to comprehend it.
He must also learn of the Law of Cause and Effect, coupled with that of Rebirth. We may then become teachers ready and willing to carry the message to all who are able to receive it and free themselves from the false delusions which hold them ensnared.
We must strive diligently if we would acquire it; and when once it is acquired, it behooves us to live it if we desire to be of real value in spreading the Light. The words of this song as written by Max Heindel when analyzed reveal as many deep spiritual truths as are to be found in the opening hymn.
Nearer My God to Thee, when played in the key of F Major, one flat, strikes the keynote of Sagittarius, the Lords of Mind, who radiated from their own beings into mankind the germ of mind.
Any music played in this key will help to develop the mind of man. When this song is played in G Major, one sharp, which is the keynote of Capricorn, the archangelic life wave of which Christ was the highest Initiate, the vibration set into action has a direct effect on the further development of the desire body, as the Archangels are experts at building form out of desire stuff, and are now working with man from the invisible plane, influencing him subconsciously in the way to build his desire body and how best to use it.
Twice a day those at Headquarters have an opportunity in united effort to take advantage of the impetus given to mind development when Nearer My God to Thee is being sung in the Chapel, as the key used in there is F Major, which is one flat.
The Doxology sung in the chapel at the close of the daily morning service is tuned to the key of G Major, which has one sharp, F, the keynote of the Capricornians, who are Archangels. The morning service thus closes with praise to God the Creator of our solar system from all creatures here below and the heavenly hosts above, not forgetting to remember the Father, highest Initiate of the Sagittarians, Lords of Mind, the Son, Christ, highest Initiate of the Capricornian lifewave, the Archangels, and the Holy Ghost, Jehovah, the highest Initiate of the angelic life wave, all of which are working faithfully to assist man in furthering his evolutionary development.
It is a custom in churches or at lectures to go up to the speaker at the close of the lecture and compliment him. To follow this custom, many people feel forced to make hypocrites of themselves, and if the compliments are not forthcoming, the speaker feels he has not been appreciated.
This is entirely wrong. There is some good in the feeblest effort, and that good we should take.
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The one who speaks usually gets the most benefit from the lecture, which should be sufficient for him or her without expressions from others Many a good and worthy man or woman has been lost because his or her appetite for adulation grew as it was fed to them. Applause, when it is spontaneous, shows that we have spoken to the emotions but when our innermost soul has been touched we are speechless, for there are no words adequate to express what we then feel.
Therefore, a speaker should discourage expressions concerning his effort, and auditors should refrain from giving them Ecclesia no word is spoken, either of praise or blame, no matter who the speaker. We are learning not to discuss lectures, but to take that which has been given regardless of the source, for what we think it is worth to us. Of the countless thousands of hymns ever composed, only the strongest have survived.
Most hymnals have their fair share of duff tunes and mediocre words. The best of them have melodies which, even though they may be unfamiliar, take you where you hope they will go.
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Memorable after a couple of verses, they have a life of their own, the words supporting the melody and vice-versa. Strangely, proportionately few Great Composers have contributed popular successes to the Anglican hymnody: Nearer our own time, more took up the challenge: But the greatest writers of the best-known hymn tunes are not, by and large, well known.
Who can name any of the hymns for which they wrote their immortal music? Lesser composers they may have been, but it takes a kind of genius to write a classic hymn tune that goes round the world and survives for centuries.
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It did not matter when we first sang some hymns that the allusions in some of the lyrics were not immediately apparent. What do they mean exactly?
Like some passages from Shakespeare and the Book of Common Prayer, we got the gist of the mystical, metaphysical or Biblical references and they were oddly reassuring. Hidden meanings have a deeper resonance than the immediately accessible.
The canon of the traditional Anglican hymnody tells the whole story.
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These are notable for the paucity of their musical and lyrical invention with their three-chord tricks for guitar and the cheap sentiments of a greetings card. Make me a channel of your peace with its scrambled, ungainly word-setting, is a particular horror. Dignity and nobility are in short supply. Some of the old favourites are deemed non-PC in many churches where the incumbent is too dim or unimaginative to realise that not every hymn lyric is meant to be taken literally.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus has been banned in some churches for fear of upsetting people in wheelchairs. Through the night of doubt and sorrow offends some feminists because of the penultimate line of the second verse: But banned or not, my point is that the entire Anglican hymnody is in danger of extinction. Because we live in an increasingly secular society.God be With You Till We Meet Again
Because many schools no longer have any formal service of worship and youngsters have no other opportunity to sing hymns unless their parents drag them to church and away from their mobile phones. Rather than offend or be seen as non-inclusive, we have put our hands up and surrendered. My generation was one of the last to sing hymns on a regular daily basis. If things continue as they are, there will be few people who know any of them by the end of my lifetime.
Talking of which, my own favourite since you ask is down to be sung at my funeral: