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by Peter Sipple Proper 18-Year C-II; Easter 7-Year B; Epiphany 6 Year C Psalm 1; Proper 25-Year A-II; Proper 20-Year B
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by Tomás Luis de Victoria
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Proper 18 (II) Psalm 1 - Sipple

Peter Sipple Proper 18-Year C-II; Easter 7-Year B; Epiphany 6 Year C Psalm 1; Proper 25-Year A-II; Proper 20-Year B

Happy are they who have not walked in the counsel of the wicked; nor lingered in the way of sinners, nor sat in the seats of the scornful!
2. Their delight is in the law of the Lord, and they meditate on his law day and night.
3. They are like trees planted by streams of water, bearing fruit in due season, with leaves that do not wither; everything they do shall prosper.
Happy are they who have not walked in the counsel of the wicked; nor lingered in the way of sinners, nor sat in the seats of the scornful!
4. it is not so with the wicked; they are like chaff which the wind blows away.
5. Therefore the wicked shall not stand upright when judgment comes, nor the sinner in the council of the righteous.
6. For the Lord knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked is doomed.
Happy are they who have not walked in the counsel of the wicked; nor lingered in the way of sinners, nor sat in the seats of the scornful!

Easter Sunday - Psalm 118 1-2, 14-24 - Sipple

Peter Sipple - Easter Sunday-Years A, B, and C

On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
1. Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his mercy endures for ever.
2. Let Israel now proclaim, "His mercy endures for ever.
On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
14. The Lord is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation.
15. There is a sound of exultation and victory in the tents of the righteous.
16."The right hand of the Lord has triumphed! the right hand of the Lord is exalted! the right hand of the Lord has triumphed!"
On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
17. I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord.
18. The Lord has punished me sorely, but he did not hand me over to death.
19. Open for me the gates of righteousness; I will enter them; I will offer thanks to the Lord.
20. "This is the gate of the Lord; he who is righteous may enter.
On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
21. I will give thanks to you, for you answered me and have become my salvation.
22. The same stone which the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone.
23. This is the Lord's doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes.
On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.

St. John Passion

Tomás Luis de Victoria

The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ according to John.
At that time: Jesus went out with his disciples across the Kidron valley to a place where there was a garden, which he and his disciples entered. Now Judas, who betrayed him, also knew the place, because Jesus often met there with his disciples. So Judas brought a detachment of soldiers, together with police from the chief priests and the Pharisees, and they came there with lanterns and torches and weapons. Then Jesus, knowing all that was to happen to him, came forward and asked them,
"Whom are you looking for?"
They answered,
Jesus of Nazareth.
Jesus replied,
"I am he.”
Judas, who betrayed him was standing with them. When Jesus said to them, "I am he," they stepped back and fell to the ground. Again he asked them,
"Whom are you looking for?"
And they said,
Jesus of Nazareth.
Jesus answered, "I told you that I am he. So if you are looking for me, let these men go."
This was to fulfill the word that he had spoken, "I did not lose a single one of those whom you gave me." Then Simon Peter, who had a sword, drew it, struck the high priest's slave, and cut off his right ear. The slave's name was Malchus. Jesus said to Peter,
"Put your sword back into its sheath. Am I not to drink the cup that the Father has given me?"
So the soldiers, their officer, and the Jewish police arrested Jesus and bound him. First they took him to Annas, who was the father-in-law of Caiaphas, the high priest that year. Caiaphas was the one who had advised the Jews that it was better to have one person die for the people. Simon Peter and another disciple followed Jesus. Since that disciple was known to the high priest, He went with Jesus into the courtyard of the high priest, But Peter was standing outside at the gate. So the other disciple, who was known to the high priest, went out, spoke to the woman who guarded the gate, And brought Peter in. The woman said to Peter,
"You are not also one of this man's disciples, are you?"
He said,
"I am not."
Now the slaves and the police had made a charcoal fire because it was cold, and they were standing around it and warming themselves. Peter also was standing with them and warming himself. Then the high priest questioned Jesus about his disciples and about his teaching. Jesus answered,
“I have spoken openly to the world; I have always taught in synagogues and in the temple, where all the Jews come together. I have said nothing in secret. Why do you ask me? Ask those who heard what I said to them; they know what I said."
When he had said this, one of the police standing nearby struck Jesus on the face, saying,
"Is that how you answer the high priest?"
Jesus answered.
"If I have spoken wrongly, testify to the wrong. But if I have spoken rightly, why do you strike me?"
Then Annas sent him bound to Caiaphus the high priest. Now Simon Peter was standing and warming himself. They asked him,
You are not also one of his disciples, are you?
He denied it and said,
"I am not.”
One of the slaves of the high priest, a relative of the man whose ear Peter had cut off, asked,
"Did I not see you in the garden with him?"
Again Peter denied it, And at that moment the cock crowed. Then they took Jesus from Caiaphas to Pilate's headquarters. It was early in the morning. They themselves did not enter the headquarters, so as to avoid ritual defilement and to be able to eat the Passover. So Pilate went out to them and said,
"What accusation do you bring against this man?"
They answered,
“If he were not a criminal we would not have not handed him over to you.”
Pilate said to them,
"Take him yourselves and judge him according to your law."
The Jews replied,
“We are not permitted to put anyone to death.”
This was to fulfill what Jesus had said when he indicated the kind of death he was to die. Then Pilate entered the headquarters again, summoned Jesus, and asked him, "Are you the King of the Jews?"
Jesus answered,
"Did you ask this on your own, or did others tell you about me?"
Pilate replied,
"I am not a Jew, am I? Your own nation and the chief priests have handed you over to me. What have you done?"
Jesus answered,
"My kingdom is not from this world. If my kingdom were from this world, my followers would be fighting to keep me from being handed over to the Jews. But as it is, my kingdom is not from here."
Pilate asked him,
"So you are a king?"
Jesus answered,
"You say that I am a king. For this was I born, and for this I came into the world to testify to the truth. Ev'ryone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice."
Pilate asked him,
“What is truth?”
After he had said this, he went out to the Jews again and told them,
"I find no case against him. But you have a custom that I release someone for you at the Passover. Do you want me to release for you the King of the Jews?"
They shouted in reply,
“Not this man, but Barabbas.!”
Now Barabbas was a bandit. Then Pilate took Jesus and had him flogged. And the soldiers wove a crown of thorns and put it on his head, and they dressed him in a purple robe. They kept coming up to him, saying,
“Hail, King of the Jews.”
and striking him on the face. Pilate went out again and said to them,
"Look, I am bringing him out to you to let you know that I find no case against him." So Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. Pilate said to them,
"Here is the man!"
When the chief priests and the police saw him, they shouted,
“Crucify him! Crucify him!”
Pilate said to them,
"Take him yourselves and crucify him; I find no case against him."
The Jews answered him.,
“We have a lawy, and according to that law he out to die because he has claimed to be the Son of God.”
Now when Pilate heard this, he was more afraid than ever. He entered his headquarters again and asked Jesus,
"Where are you from?"
But Jesus gave him no answer. Pilate therefore said to him,
"Do you refuse to speak to me? Do you not know that I have power to release you, and power to crucify you?"
Jesus answered him,
"You would have no power over me unless it had been given you from above; therefore the one who handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin."
From then on Pilate tried to release him, but the Jews cried out,
“If you release this man you are no friend of the Emperor. Everyone who claims to be a king sets himself against the Emperor.”
When Pilate heard these words, he brought Jesus outside and sat on the judge's bench at a place called The Stone Pavement, or in the Hebrew Gabbatha. Now it was the day of Preparation for the Passover; and it was about noon. He said to the Jews, "Here is your King!"
They cried out,
“Away with him! Away with him!”
Pilate asked them,
"Shall I crucify your King?"
The chief priests answered,
“We have no king but the Emperor.”
Then he handed him over to them to be crucified. So they took Jesus; and carrying the cross by himself, he went out to what is called The Place of the Skull, which in Hebrew is called Golgotha. There they crucified him, and with him two others, one on either side, with Jesus between them. Pilate also had an inscription written and put on the cross. It read, "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews." Many of the Jews read this inscription, because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city; and it was written in Hebrew, in Latin, and in Greek. Then the chief priests of the Jews said to Pilate,
“Do not write “the king of the Jews.” But “This man said I am the king of the Jews.”
Pilate answered.
"What I have written, I have written."
When the soldiers had crucified Jesus, they took his clothes and divided them into four parts, one for each soldier. They also took his tunic; now the tunic was seamless, woven in one piece from the top. So they said to one another,
“Let us not tear it, but cast lots for it to see who will get it.”
This was to fulfill what the scripture says, "They divided my clothes among themselves, and for my clothing they cast lots." And this is what the soldiers did. Meanwhile standing near the cross of Jesus were his mother, and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing beside her, He said to his mother,
"Woman, here is your son."
Then he said to the disciple.
"Here is your mother."
And from that hour the disciple took her into his own home. After this, when Jesus knew that all was now finished, he said (in order to fulfill the scripture),
"I am thirsty.”
A jar of sour wine was standing there. So they put a sponge full of the wine on a branch of hyssop and held it to his mouth. When Jesus had received the wine, he said,
"It is finished.”
Then he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

Since it was the Day of Preparation, the Jews did not want the bodies left on the cross during the Sabbath, especially because that Sabbath was a day of great solemnity. So they asked Pilate to have the legs of the crucified men broken and the bodies removed. Then the soldiers came and broke the legs of the first and of the other who had been crucified with him. But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was already dead, they did not break his legs. Instead, one of the soldiers pierced his side with a spear, and at once blood and water came out. (He who saw it has testified so that you also may believe. His testimony is true, and he knows that he tells the truth.) These things occurred so that scripture might be fulfilled, "None of his bones shall be broken. And again another passage of scripture says, "They will look on the one whom they have pierced." After these things, Joseph of Arimathea, who was a disciple of Jesus, though a secret one because of his fear of the Jews, asked Pilate to let him take away the body of Jesus. Pilate gave him permission; so he came and removed his body. Nicodemus, who had first come to Jesus by night, also came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, weighing about a hundred pounds. They took the body of Jesus and wrapped it with the spices in linen cloths, according to the burial custom of the Jews. Now there was a garden in the place where he was crucified, and in the garden there was a new tomb in which no one had ever been laid. And so, because it was the Jewish Day of Preparation, and the tomb was nearby, they laid Jesus there.

Proper 11 (I) - Psalm 139: 1-11, 22-23 - Sipple

Peter Sipple - Proper 11-Year A

Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.
2. You trace my journeys and my resting places and are acquainted with all my ways.
3. Indeed, there is not a word on my lips, but you, O Lord, know it altogether.
4. You press upon me behind and before and lay your hand upon me.
5. Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is so high that I cannot attain to it.
Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.
6. Where can I go then from your Spirit? where can I flee from your presence?
7. If I climb up to heaven, you are there; if I make the grave my bed, you are there also.
8. If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea.
9. Even there your hand will lead me and your right hand hold me fast.
Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.
10. If I say, "Surely the darkness will cover me, and the light around me turn to night."
11. Darkness is not dark to you; the night is as bright as the day; darkness and light to you are both alike.
Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.
22. Search me out, O God, and know my heart; try me and know my restless thoughts.
23. Look well whether there be any wickedness in me and lead me in the way that is everlasting.
Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.

This joyful Eastertide

harmonized by Wood

1. This joyful Eastertide,
away with sin and sorrow!
My love, the Crucified,
has sprung to life this morrow.

Had Christ, who once was slain,
not burst his three-day prison,
our faith had been in vain.
But now has Christ arisen, arisen, arisen, arisen.

2. My flesh in hope shall rest
and for a season slumber
till trump from east to west
shall wake the dead in number.

Had Christ, who once was slain,
not burst his three-day prison,
our faith had been in vain.
But now has Christ arisen, arisen, arisen, arisen.

3. Death's flood has lost its chill
since Jesus crossed the river.
Lover of souls, from ill
my passing soul deliver.

Had Christ, who once was slain,
not burst his three-day prison,
our faith had been in vain.
But now has Christ arisen, arisen, arisen, arisen.

Amen - Mass of Welcome

Revie

Amen, amen, amen.

Proper 18 (II) Psalm 119:33-40 - Sipple

Peter Sipple - Epiphany 7 - Year A; also Proper 18 - Year A-II

Happy are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lord!
33. Teach me, O Lord, the way of your statutes, and I shall keep it to the end.
34. Give me understanding, and I shall keep your law; I shall keep it with all my heart.
Happy are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lord!
35. Make me go in the path of your commandments, for that is my desire.
36. Incline my heart to your decrees and not to unjust gain.
37. Turn my eyes from watching what is worthless; give me life in your ways.
Happy are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lord!
38. Fulfill your promise to your servant, which you make to those who fear you.
39. Turn away the reproach which I dread, because your judgments are good.
40. Behold, I long for your commandments; in your righteousness preserve my life.
Happy are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lord!

Proper 19 (I) Psalm 19 - Sipple

Peter Sipple Psalm 19: 7-14 Epiphany 3-Year C; Lent 3-Year B; also Proper 19-Year B, Proper 21-Year B-

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight. O Lord, my strength and my redeemer.
7. The law of the Lord is perfect and revives the soul; the testimony of the Lord is sure and gives wisdom to the innocent.
8. The statutes of the Lord are just and rejoice the heart; the commandment of the Lord is clear and gives light to the eyes.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight. O Lord, my strength and my redeemer.
9. The fear of the Lord is clean and endures for ever; the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether.
10. More to be desired are they than gold, more than much fine gold, sweeter far than honey, than honey in the comb.
11. By them also is your servant enlightened, and in keeping them there is great reward.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight. O Lord, my strength and my redeemer.
12. Who can tell how often he offends? cleanse me from my secret faults.
13. Above all, keep your servant from presumptuous sins; let them not get dominion over me; then shall I be whole and sound, and innocent of a great offence.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight. O Lord, my strength and my redeemer.

Proper 12 (I) Psalm 85 - Sipple

Peter Sipple Psalm 85 Proper 12-Year C

Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
1. You have been gracious to your land, O Lord, you have restored the good fortune of Jacob.
2. You have forgiven the iniquity of your people and blotted out all their sins.
3. You have withdrawn all your fury and turned yourself from your wrathful indignation.
4. Restore us then, O God our Savior; let your anger depart from us.
Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
5. Will you be displeased with us for ever? will you prolong your anger from age to age?
6. Will you not give us life again, that your people may rejoice in you?
7. Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
8. I will listen to what the Lord God is saying, for he is speaking peace to his faithful people, and to those who turn their hearts to him.
9. Truly, his salvation is very near to those who fear him, that his glory may dwell in our land.
Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
10. Mercy and truth have met together, righteousness and peace have kissed each other.
11. Truth shall spring up from the earth, and righteousness shall look down from heaven.
Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.
12. The Lord will indeed grant prosperity, and our land will yield its increase.
13. Righteousness shall go before him, and peace shall be a pathway for his feet.
Show us your mercy, O Lord, and grant us your salvation.

Lord, who throughout these forty days

John's Day Psalter

1 Lord, who throughout these forty days
for us did fast and pray,
teach us with you to mourn our sins
and close by you to stay.

2 As you with Satan did contend,
and did the victory win,
O give us strength in you to fight,
in you to conquer sin.

3 As you did hunger and did thirst,
so teach us, gracious Lord,
to die to self, and so to live
by your most holy Word.

4 And through these days of penitence,
and through your Passiontide,
forevermore, in life and death,
O Lord, with us abide.

5 Abide with us, that through this life
of doubts and hope and pain,
an Easter of unending joy
we may at last attain!
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