202. Ungkab Labah na Majenges

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1. Ungkab labah na majenges rumah ni Naibatakin;
Ai hujin do au maringgas bani ari Minggu in.
Hupindahi do ijin bohi ni Naibatangkin.

2. Domma roh au Ham Tuhanku, roh ma use Ham hujon.
Ai i rumah ianan-Mu hamegahon do tongtong.
Masuk ham bai uhurhon, rumah-Mu ma in tongtong.

3. Sai hormat ma parlahouhu dompak bohi-Mu ijin.
Suruh Ham ma bai uhurhu, Tonduymu Napansing in.
Ase sai tongtong torsa tonggo ’pa dodinghu da.

4. Doskon tanoh na lambutan ma au on Bamu tongtong
Sai sihatkon hadearon hubahas uhurhu tong.
Sai tumpaki Hata-Mu, ’se marbuah haganup.

5. Sai toguh haporsayaon bahen Ham bai uhurhon.
Ase ulang be rampason ni sibolis artangkon
Togu Ham ma au tongtong bani dalan na sintong.

6. Parsahapkon au Tuhanku, ase hutangihon Ham.
Patuduhkon Ham hubangku dalan pasangapkon Ham.
Sai pabosur Ham tongtong tonduyhon na loja on.

Choral Buch 197, Bremen, 1680; Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty
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“Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty”

by Benjamin Schmolck, 1672-1737
Translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1829-18781. Open now Thy gates of beauty,

1 Zion, let me enter there,
Where my soul in joyful duty
Waits for Him who answers prayer.
Oh, how blessed is this place,
Filled with solace, light, and grace!

2. Lord, my God, I come before Thee,
Come Thou also unto me;
Where we find Thee and adore Thee,
There a heaven on earth must be.
To my heart, oh, enter Thou,
Let it be Thy temple now!
3. Here Thy praise is gladly chanted,
Here Thy seed is duly sown;
Let my soul, where it is planted,
Bring forth precious sheaves alone,
So that all I hear may be
Fruitful unto life in me.

4. Thou my faith increase and quicken,
Let me keep Thy gift divine,
Howsoe’er temptations thicken;
May Thy Word still o’er me shine
As my guiding star through life,
As my comfort in my strife.

5. Speak, O God, and I will hear Thee,
Let Thy will be done indeed;
May I undisturbed draw near Thee
While Thou dost Thy people feed.
Here of life the fountain flows,
Here is balm for all our woes.

The Lutheran Hymnal
Hymn #1
Text: Ps. 100:4
Author: Benjamin Schmolck, 1732, cento
Translated by: Catherine Winkworth, 1863, alt.
Titled: “Tut mir auf die schoene Pforte”
Composer: Joachim Neander, 1680
Tune: “Neander”

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