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The Hymnal, 1940

The Episcopal Church , USA
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     1     Come, thou long expected Jesus, Stuttgart
     2     O come, O come, Emmanuel, Veni Emmanuel
     3     Wake, awake, for the night is flying, Sleepers, Awake
     4     Rejoice, rejoice, believers, Greenland
     5     Lo! he comes, with clouds descending, St. Thomas
     5/2  Lo! he comes, with clouds descending, Helmsley
     6     Creator of the stars of night, Conditor Alme
     6/2  Creator of the stars of night, Breslau
     7     Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comes, Bristol
     9     Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding, Merton
   10     On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Winchester New
   11     The King shall come when morning dawns, St. Stephen
   12     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
   13     While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, Winchester Old
   13/2  While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, Carol
   14     Now yield we thanks and praise, Darmstadt
   15     Shout the glad tidings, exultingly sing, Avison
   16     Christians, awake, salute the happy morn, Yorkshire
   17     I know a rose-tree springing, Rosa Mystica
   18     A great and mighty wonder, Rosa Mystica
   19     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
   19/2  It came upon the midnight clear, Carol
   21     O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green
   21/2  O little town of Bethlehem, St. Louis
   22     From heaven high (Part 1), From Heaven High
   23     From heaven high (Part 2), From Heaven High
   24     Calm on the list'ning ear of night, St. Agnus
   25     Break forth, O beauteous heav'nly light, Schop
   26     Sing, O sing, this blessed morn, England's Lane
   27     Hark! the herald angels sing, Mendelssohn
   28     Angels, from the realms of glory, Regent Square
   29     Dost thou in a manger lie, Dies est Laetitiae
   29/2  Dost thou in a manger lie, Mauburn
   30     The first Nowell the angel did say, The First Nowell
   31     Good Christian men, rejoice, In Dulci Jubilo
   32     All my heart this night rejoices, Ebeling
   33     Silent night, holy night, Holy Night
   34     Unto us a boy is born!, Puer Nobis Nascitur
   35     He whom joyous shepherd praised, Quem Pastores
   36     What child is this, who, laid to rest, Greensleeves
   37     Gentle Mary laid her child, Weimar
   38     Here betwixt ass and oxen, mild, Gevaert
   39     A babe lies in the cradle, Corner
   40     God rest you merry, gentlemen, God rest you merry
   41     The snow lay on the ground, Venite Adoremus
   42     Angels we have heard on high, Gloria
   43     Away in a manger, Cradle Song
   44     In the bleak mid winter, Cranham
   45     Joseph dearest, Joseph mine, Resonet in Laudibus
   46     Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Morning Star
   46/2  Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Stewart
   47     What star is this, with beams so bright, Puer Nobis
   48     Earth has many a noble city, Stuttgart
   49     From the eastern mountains, Valour
   50     Saw you never, in the twilight, Chartres
   50/2  Saw you never, in the twilight, The wise men
   51     We three kings of Orient are, Three Kings of Orient
   52     As with gladness men of old, Dix
   53     Songs of thankfulness and praise, Salzburg
   54     Alleluia, song of gladness, Dulce Carmen
   55     Forty days and forty nights, Heinlein
   56     Kind Maker of the world, Jesu Dulcis Memoria
   57     Lord, in this thy mercy's day, Holy Ghost
   57/2  Lord, in this thy mercy's day, St. Philip
   58     Weary of earth, and laden with my sin, Langran
   59     Lord, who throughout these forty days, St. Flavian
   60     With broken heart and contrite sigh, Babylon's Stream
   61     The glory of these forty days, Spires
   62     All glory, laud, and honor, St. Theodulp
   63/2  The royal banners forward go, Parker
   64     Ride on! ride on in majesty!, The King's Majesty
   64/2  Ride on! ride on in majesty!, Winchester New
   64/3  Ride on! ride on in majesty!, St. Drostane
   65     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
   65/2  There is a green hill far away, Meditation
   66     Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle, Pange Lingua
   67     See the destined day arise!, Halle
   68     Alone thou goest forth, O Lord, Bangor
   69     Drop, drop, slow tears, Song 46
   70     Go to dark Gethsemane, Petra
   71     Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended, Herzliebster Jesu
   72     Sweet moments, rich in blessing, Batty
   73     O thou, who through this holy week, Wetherby
   74     O come and mourn with me awhile, St. Cross
   75     O sacred head, sore wounded, Passion Chorale
   76     At the cross her station keeping, Mainz
   77     His are the thousand sparkling rills, Isleworth
   78     It is finished! Christ hath known, Sebastian
   79     When our heads are bowed with woe, St. Prisca
   80     Were you there when they crucified my Lord?, Were You There
   81     Sunset to sunrise changes now, Kedron
   82     Jesus, in thy dying woes, Swedish Litany
   82/2  Jesus, in thy dying woes, Ton-man
   83     O sorrow deep! Who would not weep, O Traurigkeit
   84     O who shall roll away the stone, New England
   85     Jesus Christ is ris'n today, Easter Hymn
   86     Hail thee, festival day!, Salve Festa Dies
   87     Welcome, happy morning, Fortunatus
   88     Jesus lives! thy terrors now, St. Albinus
   89     At the Lamb's high feast, Salzburg
   90     He is risen, he is risen!, Neander
   91     Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!, Victory
   92     Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts and voices, Lux Eoi
   93     Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise, Eisenach
   94     Come, ye faithful, raise the strain, Gaudeamus Pariter
   94/2  Come, ye faithful, raise the strain, St. Kevin
   95     Christ the Lord is ris'n today, Nassau
   95/2  Christ the Lord is ris'n today, Gwalchmai
   96     The day of resurrection!, Ellacombe
   96/2  The day of resurrection!, All Hallows
   98     That Easter Day with joy was bright, Puer Nobis
   99     Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts! O sons and daughters, O Filii Et Filiae
 100     The Sabbath day was by, Dexter Street
 101     O Jesus, crowned with all renown, Kingsfold
 102     Hail thee, festival day!, Salve Festa Dies
 103     See the Conqu'ror mounts in triumph, In Babilone
 103/2  See the Conqu'ror mounts in triumph, Rex Gloriae
 104     Hail the day that sees him rise, Ascension
 104/2  Hail the day that sees him rise, Llanfair
 105     Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious, Coronae
 106     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus
 107     Hail the day that sees him rise, Salve Festa Dies
 108     O come, Creator Spirit, Veni Creator
 108/2  O come, Creator Spirit, Grace Church
 109/2  Come, thou Holy Spirit, come!, Veni Sancte Spiritus
 110     Hail thee! Spirit, Lord eternal, Cowley
 111     Spirit of mercy, truth, and love, Melcombe
 113     The ancient law departs, St. Michael
 114     We sing the glorious conquest, Munich
 115     Hail, to the Lord who comes, Old 120th
 116     O Sion, open wide thy gates, Bedford
 117     Sing of Mary, pure and lowly, Pleading Saviou
 118     Praise we the Lord this day, St. George (Gauntlett)
 119     O wondrous type! O vision fair, Wareham
 120     Around the throne of God a band, Abends
 121     Stars of the morning, so glorious bright, Trisagion
 122     Angels and ministers, spirits of grace, Slane
 123/2  Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels, Coelites Plaudant
 124     For thy dear saints, O Lord, St. George (Gauntlett)
 125     Hark! the sound of holy voices, Moultrie
 126     For all the saints, Sine Nomine
 126/2  For all the saints, Sarum
 127     How bright these glorious spirits shine!, Ballerma
 128     The saints of God! their conflict past, Jervaulx Abbey
 128/2  The saints of God! their conflict past, Beati
 129     Joy and triumph everlasting, Bourgeois
 130     Who are these like stars appearing, All Saints
 131     God, deigning man to be, Little Cornard
 132/2  The eternal gifts of Christ, Guidetti
 133     Come sing, ye choirs exultant, Praetorius
 134     Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measure, Cobb
 135     Blessed feasts of blessed martyrs, Alta Trinita Beata
 136     Let us now our voices raise, Tempus adest Floridum
 137     Come, ye thankful people, come, St. George's Windsor
 138     We plow the fields, and scatter, Claudius
 139     Praise God, from whom all blessings flow, Old 100th
 140     Praise to God, immortal praise, Dix
 141     My country, 'tis of thee, America
 142     O say can you see, by dawn's early light, John S. Smith
 143     God of our fathers, National Hymn
 144     Lord God, we worship thee!, Nun Danket Alle Gott
 146     God bless our native land, America
 147     God of our fathers, known of old, Old 112th
 148     O God, beneath thy guiding hand, Duke Street
 149     Awake, my heart, and render, Selnecker
 150     Forth in thy Name, O Lord, Pixham
 151     Awake, my soul, and with the sun, Morning Hymn
 152     All praise to Thee, who safe hast kept, Morning Hymn
 153     Christ whose glory fills the skies, Ratisbon
 154     Come, my soul, thou must be waking, Richter
 154/2  Come, my soul, thou must be waking, Carman
 155     New ev'ry morning is the love, Melcombe
 156     Awake, awake to love and work!, Morning Song
 157/2  Father, we praise thee, Christe Sanctorum
 158/2  O Splendor of God's glory bright, Puer Nobis
 159/2  Now that the daylight fills the sky, Herr Jesu Christ
 160/2  Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son, Vetter
 161     O God of truth, O Lord of might, Vetter
 162     O God, creation's secret force, Vetter
 163/2  O blest Creator of the light, Bromley
 165     All praise to thee, my God, this night, Tallis' Canon
 166     Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, Hursley
 167     Now it is evening; time to rest from labor, Diva Servatrix
 168     At even, when the sun was set, Angelus
 169     God, that madest the earth and heaven, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 169/2  God, that madest the earth and heaven, Nutfield
 170     Now from the altar of my heart, Naomi
 171/2  O Trinity of blessed light, Bromley
 172     Now the day is over, Eudoxia
 172/2  Now the day is over, Merrial
 173     O brightness of the immortal Father's face, St. Nicholas
 174     Lord, keep us safe this night, Combe Martin
 175     Our day of praise is done, Garden City
 176     O gladsome light, O grace, Nunc Dimittis
 177     Softly now the light of day, Lew Trenchard
 177/2  Softly now the light of day, Seymour
 178     Saviour, breathe an evening blessing, Vesper Hymn
 179     The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, Commandments
 179/2  The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, St. Clement
 180     God of all grace, thy mercy send, St. Gabriel
 181     The duteous day now closeth, Innsbruck
 182     O Saviour, bless us ere we go, St. Matthias
 183     The sun is sinking fast, Irons
 184     The day is past and over, St. Anatolius
 185     O Jesus Christ, our Lord most dear, St. Catherine
 186     Blessed Jesus, here we are, Liebster Jesu
 187     As when, in far Samaria, Ellacombe
 188     O heav'nly grace in holy rite descending, Charterhouse
 189     And now, O Father, mindful of the love, Unde et Memores
 190     Let thy Blood in mercy poured, Luise
 191     Thou, who at thy first Eucharist didst pray, Sacramentum Unitatis
 192     O Food of men wayfaring, O Esca Viatorum
 193/2  Sion, praise thy Saviour, singing, Weman
 194/2  Very Bread, good Shepherd, tend us, Unitas Fratrum
 195     Father, we thank thee who hast planted, Rendez a dieu
 196     Bread of the world, in mercy broken, Eucharistic Hymn
 197     Let all mortal flesh keep silence, Picardy
 198     O God, unseen yet ever near, St. Flavian
 198/2  O God, unseen yet ever near, Meditation
 199     Now, my tongue, the myst'ry telling, Pange Lingua
 199/2  Now, my tongue, the myst'ry telling, St. Thomas
 202     Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord, Garden
 202/2  Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord, Lammas
 203     My God, thy table now is spread, Rockingham
 204     Humbly, I adore thee, Adoro Devote
 205     Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants, Oblation
 208     Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face, Penitentia
 208/2  Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face, Peel Castle
 209/2  O saving Victim, opening wide, St. Vincent
 210     Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness, Schmuecke Dich
 211     Come with us, O blessed Jesus, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring
 212     Bread of heav'n, on thee we feed, Bread of Heaven
 213     Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless, St. Agnes
 214     O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, Sandringham
 216     May the grace of Christ our Saviour, Petersen
 217     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator
 217/2  Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Come Holy Ghost
 218     Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest, Mendon
 219     Lord, pour thy Spirit from on high, Hamburg
 220     God of the prophets, Toulon
 221     Ye Christian heralds, go, proclaim, Missionary Chant
 222     For those we love within the veil, Gaza
 223     Jesus, Son of Mary, Fount of life alone, Adoro Devote
 224     Now the laborer's task is o'er, Pax
 224/2  Now the laborer's task is o'er, Requiescat
 225     God of the living, in whose eyes, Old 112th
 226     O Lord, to whom the spirits live, Winkworth
 227     All things are thine; no gift have we, Gardiner
 228/2  Only begotten, Word of God eternal, Rouen
 229     God the Father, God the Son (1st Part), St. Alban's Tune Book
 230     God the Father, God the Son (2nd Part), Westerly
 231     God the Father, God the Son (3rd Part), Farnaby
 232     Jesus, Son of God most high, Peacefield
 233     Jesus, with thy Church abide, Litany of the Passion
 233/2  Jesus, with thy Church abide, Hervey's Litany
 234     Spirit blest, who art adored, Scheffler
 234/2  Spirit blest, who art adored, Evelyn
 235     Advent tells us Christ is near, Innocents
 236     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 237     Behold a little child, Arthur's Seat
 238     Father of mercy, St. Elisabeth
 239     God my Father, loving me, Vienna
 240     Father, we thank thee for the night, Wainwright
 241     Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me, Evening Prayer
 241/2  Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me, Brocklesbury
 243     I sing a song of the saints of God, Grand Isle
 244     God whose Name is Love, Haslemere
 245     Can you count the stars that brightly , Twinkling Stars
 246     I think when I read that sweet story of old, Luke
 247     Saviour, like a shepherd lead us, Sicilian Mariners
 248     God who made the earth, Cura Dei
 249     Thy Gospel, Jesus, we believe, St. Stephen
 250     Lord, Jesus, from thy throne above, Worship
 251     Lamb of God, I look to thee, Gentle Jesus
 252     I worship thee, Lord Jesus, Christ is my Life
 253     Spread, O spread, tho mighty word, Luebeck
 254     From Greenland's icy mountains, Missionary Hymn
 255     Awake, thou Spirit of the watchman, Crasselius
 256     O Spirit of the living God, Melcombe
 257     Hasten the time appointed, Lancashire
 258     Christ is the world's true Light, St. Joan
 259     Fling out the banner!, Palmarum
 259/2  Fling out the banner!, Waltham
 260     How wondrous and great Thy works, Old 104th
 261     O Sion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling, Tidings
 262     Remember all the people, Far Off Lands
 263     In Christ there is no East or West, McKee
 263/2  In Christ there is no East or West, Bourne
 264     The morning light is breaking!, Webb
 266     Holy, Holy, Holy, Nicaea
 267     Holy Father, Creator, source of mercy, Regent Square
 268     I bind unto myself today, St. Patrick
 269     Round the Lord in glory seated, Moultrie
 270     Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts, St. Athanasius
 271     Come, thou almighty King, Moscow
 272     Thou, whose almighty word, Moscow
 273     Holy God, we praise thy Name, Te Deum
 274     Ancient of Days, who sittest throned in glory, Albany
 275     Holy Father, cheer our ways, Capetown
 276     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
 277     From all that dwell below the skies, Old 100th
 278     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
 279     Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation, Praise to the Lord
 280     God, my King, thy might confessing, Stuggart
 281     Joyful, joyful, we adore thee, Alleluia
 282     Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Lauda Anima ©
 283     Our God, to whom we turn, Steadfast
 284     My God, how wonderful thou art, Windsor
 285     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
 285/2  The God of Abraham praise, Covenant
 286     Praise to the living God!, Leoni
 287     Give praise and glory unto God, Elbing
 288     O worship the King, Hanover
 289     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 290     Let all the world in ev'ry corner sing, Universal Praise
 291     Lord of all being, Mendon
 292     Songs of praise the angels sang, Riley
 292/2  Songs of praise the angels sang, Innocents
 293     O bless the Lord, my soul!, Doncaster
 294     Sing, my soul, his wondrous love, St. Bees
 295     Lord of all majesty and might, David's Harp
 296     For the beauty of the earth, England's Lane
 297     When all thy mercies, O my God, Durham
 298     The great Creator of the world's, Tallis' Ordinal
 299     Sing praise to God, who spoke through man, Elbing
 300     Before the Lord Jehovah's throne, Winchester New
 301     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio
 302     O that I had a thousand voices, Mentzer
 303     We come unto our fathers' God, To God on High
 304     There's a wideness in God's mercy, Beecher
 305     O Lord of heav'n and earth and sea, Almsgiving
 306     I praised the earth, in beauty seen, Carey
 307     Most High, omnipotent, good Lord, Assisi
 308     Let us, with a gladsome mind, Monkland
 309     The spacious firmament on high, Creation
 310     God moves in a mysterious way, London New
 311     All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
 312     The Lord will come and not be slow, York
 312/2  The Lord will come and not be slow, Balfour
 313     We thank you, Lord of Heaven, Shining Day
 314     We sing of God, the mighty source, Magdalen College
 315     We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing, Kremser
 316     Hark! the voice eternal, Prince Rupert
 317     A message came to a maiden young, Annunciation
 318     Hosanna to the living Lord!, Hosanna
 319     Joy to the world! the Lord is come, Richmond
 320     O Most Mighty! O Most Holy!, Steiner
 321     Thou didst leave thy throne and thy kingly crown, Margaret
 322     Jesus, good above all other, Quem Pastores
 323     Jesus! Name of wondrous love!, Holy Name
 323/2  Jesus! Name of wondrous love!, St. Bees
 324     Conquering kings their titles take, Orientis Partibus
 325     O for a thousand tongues to sing, Stracathro
 325/2  O for a thousand tongues to sing, Arlington
 326     To the Name of our salvation, Oriel
 327     The Lord is come! On Syrian soil, Jordan
 328     By cool Siloam's shady rill, Belmont
 329     How bright appears the Morning Star, Frankfort
 331     When Jesus left his Father's throne, Kingsfold
 332     Saviour, when in dust to thee, Spanish Chant
 333     O Jesus, crucified for man, Intercession
 334     In the hour of trial, Penitence
 335     Glory be to Jesus, Caswall
 336     In the cross of Christ I glory, Rathbun
 337     When I survey the wondrous cross, Rockingham
 338     Behold the Lamb of God!, Wigan
 339     O Lamb of God, still keep me, St. Christopher
 340     We sing the praise of him who died, Breslau
 341     Beneath the cross of Jesus, St. Christopher
 342     Jesus, Name all names above, St. Theoctistus
 343     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Newman
 343/2  Praise to the Holiest in the height, Gerontius
 344     O love, how deep, how broad, how high, Deus Tuorum Militum
 345     The King of love my shepherd is, St. Columba
 345/2  The King of love my shepherd is, Dominus Regit Me
 346     Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature, Fairest Lord Jesus
 346/2  Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature, St. Elizabeth
 347     Alleluia! sing to Jesus, Alleluia
 347/2  Alleluia! sing to Jesus, Hyfrydol
 348     Jesus, gentlest Saviour, Eudoxia
 349     O Saviour, precious Saviour, Watermouth
 350     Rejoice, the Lord is King!, Jubilate
 350/2  Rejoice, the Lord is King!, Resurrection
 351     Praise the Lord, through ev'ry nation, Sleepers, wake
 352     Crown him with many crowns, Diademata
 353     Majestic sweetness sits enthroned, Caithness
 354/2  And have the bright immensities, Halifax
 355     All hail the power of Jesus' Name, Coronation
 355/2  All hail the power of Jesus' Name, Miles' Lane
 356     At the Name of Jesus, King's Weston
 356/2  At the Name of Jesus, Evelyns
 357     Hail, thou once despised Jesus!, In Babilone
 358     Jesus, meek and gentle, St. Constantine
 359     Golden harps are sounding, St. Theresa
 360     Immortal Love, for ever full, Bishopthorpe
 360/2  Immortal Love, for ever full, Albano
 361     Thou are the Way, to thee alone, St. James
 362     Master of eager youth, Monks Gate
 363     Lord of all hopefulness, Slane
 364     O Son of man, Charterhouse
 366     All praise to thee, for thou, O King divine, Engelberg
 367     When morning gilds the skies, Laudes Domini
 368     Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed, St. Cuthbert
 369     Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly Dove, St. Agnes
 370     Spirit divine, attend our prayers, Graefenberg
 371     Creator Spirit, by whose aid, Attwood
 372     O Holy Spirit, God, Venice
 373     Life of ages, richly poured, Culbach
 374     O King, enthroned on high, Temple
 375     Breathe on me, Breath of God, Swabia
 375/2  Breathe on me, Breath of God, Nova Vita
 377     Holy Spirit, Truth divine, Lew Trenchard
 378/2  Come, gracious Spirit, heav'nly Dove, Mendon
 379     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Capetown
 381     Triumphant Sion, lift thy head, Wareham
 382     O where are kings and empires now, Tallis' Ordinal
 383/2  Blessed city, heavenly Salem, Oriel
 384     Christ is made the sure foundation, Regent Square
 385     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Austria
 386     City of God, how broad and far, Richmond
 387     The Church of God a kingdom is, St. Bavon
 388     I love thy kingdom, Lord, St. Thomas (Williams)
 389     Rise, crowned with light, Woodlands
 389/2  Rise, crowned with light, National Hymn
 390     O 'twas a joyful sound to hear, Mount Sion
 391     Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee, St. Flavian
 393     Faith of our fathers! living still, St. Catherine
 394     Through the night of doubt and sorrow, St. Asaph
 395     Lord of our life, and God of our salvation, Cloisters
 396     The Church's one foundation, Aurelia
 397     Let saints on earth in concert sing, Dundee
 398     We love the place, O God, Quam Dilecta
 399     Lord, thy word abideth, Ravenshaw
 400     Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace, Graefenberg
 401     Behold a Sower! from afar, Weymouth ©
 402     O Word of God incarnate, Munich
 403     Book of books, our people's strength, Liebster Jesu
 404     My God, accept my heart this day, Song 67
 405     I sought the Lord, and afterward, Artavia
 406     Art thou weary, art thou laden, Stephanos
 407     O Jesus, thou art standing, St. Hilda
 408     Take my life, and let it be, Hollingside
 409     Just as I am, without one plea, Saffron Walden
 409/2  Just as I am, without one plea, St. Crispen
 409/3  Just as I am, without one plea, Woodworth
 410     Lord, when we bend before thy throne, Burford
 410/2  Lord, when we bend before thy throne, Martyrdom
 411     O thou to whose all-searching sight, Grace Church
 412     Jesus, my Saviour, look on me, Hanford
 413     Lord, as to thy dear cross we flee, St. Bernard
 414     O for a heart to praise my God, Kilmarnock
 415     Jesus, Lover of my soul, Aberystwyth
 415/2  Jesus, Lover of my soul, Hollingside
 415/3  Jesus, Lover of my soul, Martyn
 416     O for a closer walk with God, Caithness
 416/2  O for a closer walk with God, Beatitudo
 417     Lord Jesus, think on me, St. Bride
 418     Blest are the pure in heart, Franconia
 420     My God, my Father, while I stray, Wimbledon
 420/2  My God, my Father, while I stray, Hanford
 421     From ev'ry stormy wind that blows, Retreat
 422     What a friend we have in Jesus, Erie
 423     Jesus, and shall it ever be, Federal Street
 424     I heard the voice of Jesus say, Vox Dilecti
 424/2  I heard the voice of Jesus say, Third Mode Melody
 425     Jesus, lead the way, Rochelle
 426     He leadeth me!, Aughton
 427     Thine for ever! God of love, Savannah
 428     Saviour, teach me, day by day, Buckland
 429/2  Day by day, Dear Lord, Sumner
 430     Lead, kindly Light, Sandon
 430/2  Lead, kindly Light, Lux Benigna
 431     In heav'nly love abiding, Nyland
 433     Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace, Song 22
 433/2  Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace, Langran
 434     Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, St. Oswald
 435     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Hermann
 435/2  Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Rest
 436     Peace, perfect peace, Song 46
 436/2  Peace, perfect peace, Pax Tecum
 438     I need thee ev'ry hour, Need
 439     My soul with patience waits, Franconia
 440     Watchman, tell us of the night, Watchman
 440/2  Watchman, tell us of the night, Aberystwyth
 441     I know not what the future hath, Wiltshire
 442     O very God of very God, Bangor
 443     Sometimes a light surprises, Light
 444     O thou in all thy might so far, Irish
 446     Commit thou all that grieves thee, Passion Chorale
 447     Father, whate'er of earthly bliss, Lystra
 448     Call Jehovah thy salvation, Trust
 449     My faith looks up to thee, Olivet
 450     As pants the heart for cooling streams, Martyrdom
 451     Lord, for ever at thy table, Song 13
 452     Jesus, my strength, my hope, Chalvey
 453     Jesus, all my gladness, Jesus, all my gladness
 454     Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise thee, St. Chad
 455     How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 456     My God, I love the; not because, St. Fulbert
 457     O love that cats out fear, Moseley
 458/2  O love that wilt not let me go, St. Margaret
 459     Hark, my soul! it is the Lord, Campian
 460     Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all, St. Chrysostom
 461     More love to thee, O Christ!, Propior Dro
 462     Jesus, the very thought of thee, Windsor
 462/2  Jesus, the very thought of thee, Sawley
 463     O thou who camest from above, Hereford
 464     Thou hidden love of God, whose height, St. Catherine
 465     Nearer, my God, to thee, Bethany
 466     God be in my head, Lytlington
 467     Abide with me: fast falls the eventide, Eventide
 469     Saviour, when night involves the skies, Hesperus
 470     Where is death's sting?, Song 1
 471     Rock of ages, cleft for me, Petra
 471/2  Rock of ages, cleft for me, Toplady
 472     Hark, hark my soul!, Pilgrims
 473     High o'er the lonely hills, Dawn
 474     O day of rest and gladness, Woodbird
 476     Teach me, my God and King, Sandys
 477     God himself is with us, Tysk
 479     Love divine, all loves excelling, Hyfrydol
 479/2  Love divine, all loves excelling, Love Divine
 480     Holy off'rings, rich and rare, Holy Offerings
 481     We give thee but thine own, Yattendon 46
 482/2  Lift up your hearts! We lift the Lord, to thee, Magda
 483     Come, ye disconsolate, Consolation
 484     Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates, Truro
 485     Jesus, thou Joy of loving hearts, Abends
 486     Now once again for help that never faileth, Welwyn
 487     Saviour, again to thy dear Name we raise, Ellers
 488     And now the wants are told that brought, Stracathro
 489     Lord, dismiss us with thy blessings, Sicilian Mariners
 489/2  Lord, dismiss us with thy blessings, Dismissal
 490     God be with you till we meet again, Kemper
 491     City not made with hands, Old 120th
 492     From glory to glory advancing, St. Keverne
 493     O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brother, Intercessor
 494     O holy city, seen of John,, Morning Song
 495     Blest be the tie that binds, Boylston
 495/2  Blest be the tie that binds, Dennis
 496     When wilt thou save the people?, Kendal
 497     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Dundee
 498     Where cross the crowded ways of life, Gardiner
 499     Before thy throne, O God, St. Petersburg
 500     Son of God, eternal Saviour, Supplication
 501     O Lord, and Master of us all, Walsall
 504     Our Father, by whose Name, Rhosymedre
 505     Our Father, by whose servants, Commemoration
 506     Father in heav'n, who lovest all, Lledrod
 507     O thou whose feet have climbed life's hill, St. Magnus
 508     O God of youth, whose Spirit in our hearts is stirring, Lynne
 509     Father, we come, with youth and vigor pressing, St. Osyth
 510     All labor gained new dignity, Labor
 511     Jesus, thou divine Companion, Pleading Saviour
 512     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 513     Almighty Father, strong to save, Melita
 514     Holy Father, in thy mercy, Westridge
 515     From thee all skill and science flow, Albano
 516     Father, whose will is life and good, Stoerl
 517     Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old, St. Matthew
 518     Judge eternal, throned in splendor, St. Leonard
 519     Once to ev'ry man and nation, Ebenezer
 520     Rejoice, O land, in God thy might, Wareham
 521     O God of earth and altar, King's Lynn
 522     Lord Christ, when first thou cam'st to men, Bohemian Brethern
 523     God the Omnipotent, Russia
 524     God of grace and God of glory, Mannheim
 525     O Day of God, draw nigh, Bellwoods
 526/2  Give peace, O God, the nations cry, Lynchburg
 528     O God of love, O King of peace, Hesperus
 531     O valiant hearts, who to your glory came, Birmingham
 532     Father eternal, Ruler of creation, Langham
 533     Our Father, thy dear Name doth show, Bethlehem
 534     Thy kingdom come, O Lord, Hosmer
 535     Rise up, O men of God, Festal Song
 536     Turn back, O man, forswear thy foolish ways, Old 124th
 537     Christ for the world we sing!, Moscow
 538     God is working his purpose out, Purpose
 539     Soon may the last glad song arise, Armes
 539/2  Soon may the last glad song arise, Truro
 540     Through north and south and east and west, Old 100th
 542     Jesus shall reign where're the sun, Duke Street
 544     Thy Kingdom come, O Lord, St. Cecila
 545     Hail to the Lord's Annointed, Woodbird
 545/2  Hail to the Lord's Annointed, Zoan
 546     Forward through the ages, Blencathra
 547     O God of truth, whose living Word, Martyrs
 547/2  O God of truth, whose living Word, Marlow
 549     The Son of God goes forth to war, All Saints New
 550     Am I a soldier of the cross, Marlow
 551     A mighty fortress is our God, Ein' Feste Burg
 552     Soldiers of Christ, arise, Silver Street
 553     Go forward, Christian soldier, Lancashire
 554     Lead on, O King eternal, Lancashire
 555     My soul, be on thy guard, Heath
 556     Christian, dost thou see them, Sohren
 556/2  Christian, dost thou see them, St. Andrew of Crete
 557     Onward, Christian soldiers, St. Gertrude
 558     Oft in danger, oft in woe, University College
 559     Brightly gleams our banner, Sion
 560     Fight the good fight with all thy might, Rushford
 560/2  Fight the good fight with all thy might, Pentecost
 561     Forward! be our watchword, St. Boniface
 562     Stand up, stand up, for Jesus, Webb
 563     He who would valiant be, St. Dunstan's
 564     How firm a foundationee, Lyons
 565     Breast the wave, Christian, Fortitude
 566     Jesus call us; o'er the tumult, Chester
 566/2  Jesus call us; o'er the tumult, Galilee
 567     Lead us, heav'nly Father, lead us, Dulce Carmen
 568     On our way rejoicing, Hermas
 569     Lo! what a cloud of witnesses, St. Flavian
 570     O Jesus, I have promised, Llanfyllin
 570/2  O Jesus, I have promised, Day of Rest
 571     Not always on the mount may we, Mont Richarded
 571/2  Not always on the mount may we, Oneonta
 572     O Master, let me walk with thee, Maryton
 573     Go, labor on! spend and be spent, Angel's Song (Song 34)
 574     Lord, speak to me, Wilderness
 574/2  Lord, speak to me, Holley
 575     Lord, who didst send, by two and two before thee, Lombard Street
 576     Come, labor on. Who dares stand idle, Ora Labora
 577     Awake, my soul, stretch ev'ry nerve, Christmas
 578     Children of the heav'nly King, Brasted
 578/2  Children of the heav'nly King, Pleyel's Hymn
 579     Rejoice, ye pure in heart!, Carlisle
 579/2  Rejoice, ye pure in heart!, Marion
 580     Saviour, blessed Saviour, Edina
 581     Those eternal bowers, St. Alban's
 582     For the brave of ev'ry race, Anima Christi
 583     Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise, Martins
 584     O mother dear, Jerusalem, Southwell
 584/2  O mother dear, Jerusalem, Materna
 585     Jerusalem, my happy home, Land of Rest
 585/2  Jerusalem, my happy home, Diana
 586     There is a land of pure delight, Capel
 587     Light's abode, celestial Salem, Regent Square
 587/2  Light's abode, celestial Salem, Ad Perennis
 588     O Paradise, O Paradise, Paradise
 589     O what their joy and their glory must be, O Quanta Qualia
 590     Ten thousand times ten thousand, Alford
 591     There is a blessed home, Beulah
 592     O heavenly Jerusalem, Christ is my life
 592/2  O heavenly Jerusalem, All hallows
 593     I heard a sound of voices, Gresham
 593/2  I heard a sound of voices, Patmos
 594     Jerusalem! high tower thy glorious walls, Melchior
 595     The world is very evil, Pearsall
 596     Brief life is here our portion, Oslo
 596/2  Brief life is here our portion, St. Alphege
 597     Jerusalem the golden, Ewing
 598     For thee, O dear, dear country, Meirionydd
 598/2  For thee, O dear, dear country, Homeland
 598/3  For thee, O dear, dear country, Ely Catherdral
 599     Ye watchers and ye holy ones, Vigiles et Sancti
 600     Ye holy angels bright, Darwall


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