Hymns by Dr. Bradley Lehman (b. 1964),
A CHRISTMAS PRAYER C.M.D. O God of justice, truth, and love - Wesley L. Forbis
ABUNDANCE II C.M.D. Thy causeless unexhausted love - Charles Wesley
BRIDGE 220.127.116.11. Love makes a bridge - Brian Wren
CMC25 18.104.22.168. God, whose faithful guidance brought us here - Peter C Blum
DAILY PEACE S.M.D. Our earth needs rest and peace - Bradley Lehman and Wilmer D Swope
DEVOTED 8 8. 8 8. 8 8. O God, what offering shall I give - Joachim Lange, tr. John Wesley
DOL 22.214.171.124.7.7. Throned upon the awful tree - John Ellerton;
EARTH 7 6. 7 6. with refrain All things bright and beautiful - Cecil F Alexander
ELOQUENCE 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. Prayer is the language of the heart - Charles Wesley
EUNICE MAY C.M. O for a heart to praise my God - Charles Wesley
EVEN L.M. At even, when the sun was set - Henry Twells
FIRSTFRUITS 8 4. 8 4. 8 8 8. 4. For the fruit of all creation - Fred Pratt Green
FIRSTHAND 7 6. 7 6. D. Where restless crowds are thronging - Thomas C Clark
FLORENCE 126.96.36.199. 6.6. How good to thank our God - Brian Wren
FREI ABER EINSAM 8. 7. 6. 8. 8. 6. Lord, if thou know'st it good for me - Charles Wesley
GLORIA DEO irregular Glory be to God (inclusive-language Gloria Patri) - Bradley Lehman
GLOWING PRIMROSE C.M.D. Your hand, O Lord, in days of old - Edward H Plumptre
GOD OF BETHEL C.M. O God of Jacob, by whose hand - Philip Doddridge
GUIDEBOOK C.M. O hear and speak the scripture truth - Wilmer D Swope and Bradley Lehman
HAIL 7 6. 7 6. D. Hail to the Lord's anointed - James Montgomery
HEALING HEM L.M. with refrain By Peter's house - Anne Metzler Albright
JOYOUS DAISY 7 6. 7 6. D. How lovely is your dwelling - from Psalter (Psalm 84)
KALANCHOE 7 6. 7 6. D. Sometimes a light surprises - William Cowper
KINDLE L.M.D. O thou who camest from above - Charles Wesley
LAMB 6 6 4. 6 6 6 4. Shepherd of tender youth - Clement of Alexandria, tr. Henry Martyn Dexter
LAZARUS C.M. At Bethany, where Christ had friends - Wilmer D Swope and Bradley Lehman
LILY L.M. Eternal beam of light divine - Charles Wesley
MEEKNESS 8.8. 8.6. What meekness and what majesty - Terry W. York
MKO's 50TH 8 6. 8 6. 7 5 9. Sing to the Lord with vibrant voice - Janeen Bertsche Johnson (written for celebration of Mary Oyer's 50th year of teaching, 1998) It includes a descant, and is a good choral anthem.
MOUNTAIN PEAK 7 8. 7 8. with alleluias Christ upon the mountain peak - Brian Wren
OFFERING L.M. Pour down thy spirit from above - William Romanis
ORCHIDS 5 4. 5 5. 7. We are your people - Brian Wren
OYER 7 7. 7 7. Prince of peace, control my will - Mary Ann Serrett Barber
PASSAMEZZO COURTSHIP C.M.D. All good, all wise, almighty Lord - Charles Wesley
PASSAMEZZO GHOST 8.7. 8.7. D. Son of God, eternal savior - Somerset Corry Lowry (composed for Community Mennonite Church, Lenten series 2016)
PLANET 8.7. 8.7. As we live upon this planet - Bradley Lehman (the third phrase of each stanza quotes the title of another well-known hymn)
PRAYER C.M. Prayer is the soul's sincere desire - James Montgomery
PROMISE 7 6. 7 6. D. O Jesus, I have promised - John E Bode
QUIETUDE 188.8.131.52. Daily we come, dear master - Fred Pratt Green
RAW PASSION 184.108.40.206.6. O that I could cast all my load - Charles Wesley
SINCERITY 220.127.116.11.8.8. Try me, O Lord, and search my heart - Charles Wesley
STANDING AGAPE 8.8.6. 8.8.6. O love divine, how sweet thou art - Charles Wesley
STORM 7 7. 7 7. 7 7. Holy Spirit, storm of love - Brian Wren
SYMPATHY 6 6. 6 6. 8 8. Thou God of truth and love - Charles Wesley
THE ONE 8.7. 8.7. Praise the one whose love conceived us - Kenneth Gibble
TOUCH C.M. Heal us, Immanuel, hear our prayer - William Cowper
TRANSCENDENCE 11 10. 12 10. Born of beginnings - Larry Warkentin
TRINITY 7 7. 7 7. 6. Glorious mystery of God - Anne Metzler Albright
TRUEST SINGING 10.9.10.7. I sing to you from summers of my heart - Jean Janzen (the poem goes through all four seasons of the year)
TRUST 6 6. 6 6. 10. Another year has gone - Rae E Whitney
TURN 8 7. 8 7. Cross of Jesus, cross of sorrow - William
John Sparrow Simpson;
UNLESS 18.104.22.168. Gentle Jesus, meek and mild - Charles Wesley
VENI C.M. Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire - Charles Wesley
VIRTUE'S REWARD 22.214.171.124.D. Christ, my life, my only treasure - Charles Wesley
WATERFORD 50 7.6. 7.6. 9.6.6. We gather here to honor a people and a place - Gloria Rhodes (commissioned by Waterford Mennonite Church for the 50th anniversary of the congregation)
WATERFORD C.M. O God of truth, whose living word - Thomas Hughes
WATTS' 23RD C.M.D. My shepherd will supply my need - Isaac Watts
WHISPER 7 6. 7 6. 7 7. 7 6. Open, Lord, my inward ear - Charles Wesley
WILLST DU DEIN HERZ MIR SCHENCKEN 7 6. 7 6. D. O day of rest and gladness - Christopher Wordsworth (This tune is arranged from a melody in the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach)
WINGS L.M. O God, thou art my God alone - James Montgomery
"Our earth needs rest and peace" (text only) is published in The Hymn, April 1993.
MOUNTAIN PEAK has been transposed to C and republished as #209 in The Covenant Hymnal: A Worshipbook (Evangelical Covenant Church), 1996.
MKO's 50TH is published in Canadian Mennonite, April 11 1998.
WHISPER is recorded in a two-piano arrangement by Marilyn Houser Hamm, on the CD/cassette Hymnal Masterworks: Solo Piano (Faith & Life Press, Newton KS, 1994).
WHISPER and OYER are recorded by a choir from Eastern Mennonite University, on the companion cassette to the book Praying with the Anabaptists by Marlene Kropf & Eddy Hall (Faith & Life Press, Newton KS, 1994).
FIRSTFRUITS was featured in a summer 1995 workshop presentation by the Hymn Society in the US and Canada. It was republished 1996 in a collection from Brethren Press.
Most of these hymns have been featured as anthems and introits by the choir of University Reformed Church, Ann Arbor MI, and elsewhere. Many of the unpublished hymns have also been sung congregationally in hymnsings and worship services led by the composer, in Washington DC, Philadelphia PA, Elkhart IN, Ann Arbor MI, Waterloo ON, Champaign IL, and Harrisonburg VA.
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