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Methodist, 1933

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     1     O for a thousand tongues to sing, Richmond
     1/2  O for a thousand tongues to sing, Lydia
     2     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
     3     Before Jehovah's awful throne, Old 100th
     4     From all who dwell below, St. Francis (Lasst Uns Erfreuen)
     5     Let all the world in every corner sing, Dallas
     6     Eternal Power! whose high abode, Saul (Fertile Plains)
     7     O Heavenly King, Look down from above, Houghton
     8     O worship the King, Hanover
     9     O worship the Lord, Woodhouse Grove
     9/2  O worship the Lord, Sanctissimus
   10     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
   11     With gladness we worship, Datchet
   12     Praise my soul the King of heaven, J. Goss ©
   12/2  Praise my soul the King of heaven, Regent Square
   13     Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore Him, Laus Deo
   14     Praise the Lord who reigns above, Russell Place
   15     Praise to the living God, Leoni
   16     Raise the psalm: let earth adoring, Austria
   17     Meet and right it is to sing, Amsterdam
   18     Let us with a gladsome mind, Ever Faithful
   19     Praise, O praise our God and King, Monkland
   20     Come, O come, in pious lays, Te Deum Laudamus
   21     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
   22     Come, let us all unite and sing, Better World
   23     King of glory, King of peace, Gwalchmai
   24     O God, my strength and fortitude, Palatine
   25     Round the Lord in glory seated, Wurzburg
   26     Ye holy angels bright, Croft's 136th
   27     Angels holy, high and lowly, Lytham St. Annes
   27/2  Angels holy, high and lowly, Seraphim
   28     All creatures of our God, St. Francis (Lasst uns Erfreuen)
   29     All things praise Thee, Lord most high, Te Laudant Omnia
   30     From glory to glory advancing, Sheen
   31     God reveals His presence, Compton
   32     Lord of all being, throned afar, Maryton
   33     Infinite God, to Thee we raise, Strasburg
   34     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio
   35     For the beauty of the earth, Noricum
   36     Holy, holy, holy, Lord God almighty, Nicea
   37     Hail! holy, holy, holy Lord, Dunfermline
   38     Father of heaven, whose love profound, Rivaulx
   39     Father, in whom we live, Fairfield
   40     We give immortal praise, Croft's 136th
   41     God is a name my soul adores, Breslau
   42     O God, thou bottomless abyss, Vom Himmel Hoch (Erpurt)
   43     There is a book, who runs may read, St. Flavian
   45     My soul, praise the Lord, Old 104th
   46     I sing the almighty power of God, St. Saviour
   47     Father of all! whose powerful voice, Eisenach
   48     High in the heavens, eternal God, Berkshire
   49     Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love, University
   50     The Lord's my shepherd, Kilmarnock
   51     The God of love my Shepherd is, St. Columba
   52     O love of God, how strong and true, Martham
   53     God is love: His mercy brightens, Sussex
   53/2  God is love: His mercy brightens, Unser Herrscher
   54     My soul, repeat His praise, Selma
   55     Lord God, by whom all change is wrought, Kingston
   56     Sweet is the memory of Thy grace, St. Stephen
   57     In all my vast concerns with Thee, Wiltshire
   58     The Lord Jehovah reigns, Adoration
   59     Good Thou art, and good Thou dost, Elevation
   60     Ere God had built the mountains, Pearsall
   61     Earth, with all thy thousand voices, Exultation
   62     O love, how deep, how broad, O Amor Quam Exstaticus
   63     Eternal depth of love divine, Ossett
   64     Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, Lobe Den Herren
   65     O God of God, in whom combine, Tarsus
   66     O God of all grace, Harwich
   67     O God, of good the unfathomed sea, Dresden
   68     None is like Jeshurun's God, Jeshurun
   69     This, this is the God we adore, Celeste
   70     All my hope on God is founded, Meine Hoffnung
   71     We come unto of fathers' God, Luther
   72     Begin, my soul, some heavenly theme, St. Magnus
   73     My God, how wonderful Thou art, Westminster
   74     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Gerontius
   75     Father, whose everlasting love, Melcombe
   76     The King of love my Shepherd is, Hardwicke
   76/2  The King of love my Shepherd is, Dominus Regit Me
   77     What shall I do my God to love, Jerusalem
   78     How shall I sing that Majesty, Soll's Sein
   79     Praise ye the Lord! 'Tis good to raise, Justification
   80     Thee will I praise with all my heart, Dresden
   81     Not what these hands have done, St. Bride
   82     Hark the glad sound!, Bristol
   83     Of the Father's love begotten, Corde Natus
   84     All glory, laud and honour, St. Theodulph
   85     Come, let us join our cheerful songs, Nativity
   86     Strong Son of God, immortal Love, Song 5
   87     Jesus comes with al His grace, Orientis Partibus
   87/2  Jesus comes with al His grace, Savannah (Herrnhut)
   88     We know, by faith we surely know, St. Asaph
   89     Christ, of all my hopes the ground, Lubeck
   90     Object of my first desire, Theodora
   91     All hail the power of Jesu's name, Miles Lane
   92     Jesus! the name high over all, Lydia
   93     To the Name of our Salvation, Grafton
   94     None other Lamb, none other Name, All Hallows
   95     Jesus, Sun and Shield art Thou, Coldrey
   96     Join all the glorious names, Southampton
   97     O Filial Deity, Eccles
   99     How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 100     One there is above all others, All Saints
 101     Rest of the weary, Theodora
 102     Immortal Love, for ever full, Stracathro
 103     O Lord and Master of us all, St. Hugh
 104     Thou great Redeemer, dying Lamb, Hensbury
 105     Jesus, the First and Last, St. Olave
 106     Jesu! The very thought is sweet, Pavia
 107     O Jesus, King most wonderful, Bishopthorpe
 108     Jesu, the very thought of Thee, Kilmarnock
 109     Jesu, Thou Joy of loving hearts, Wareham
 110     Jesu, Lover of my soul, Hollingside
 111     Jesus, these eyes have never seen, Southwell
 112     I bless the Christ of God, Narenza
 113     When morning gilds the skies, Laudes Domini
 114     Let earth and heaven agree, Millennium
 115     My heart and voice I raise, Ascalon
 116     Sing we the King who is coming to reign, C.L. Wiseman
 116/2  Sing we the King who is coming to reign, The Glory Song
 117     Hark! the herald-angels sing, Berlin
 118     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
 119     Angels from the realms of glory, Woodford Green
 119/2  Angels from the realms of glory, Iris
 120     Christians, awake, salute the happy morn, Yorkshire
 121     All my heart this night rejoices, Bonn
 122     Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Spean
 122/2  Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Epiphany Hymn
 123     Still the night, holy the night!, Stille Nacht
 124     See, amid the winter's snow, Oxford
 125     O little town of Bethlehem, Bethlehem
 126     Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes, Vom Himmel Hoch (Erfurt)
 127     Cradled in a manger, meanly, Oran Na Prasaich
 127/2  Cradled in a manger, meanly, St. Winifred
 128     A virgin most pure, Sandy's Collection
 129     While shepherds watched their flocks, Winchester Old
 130     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
 131     The first Nowell the angel did say, The first nowell
 132     As with gladness men of old, Orient
 133     From the eastern mountains, Kirkbraddan
 133/2  From the eastern mountains, Foundation
 134     Glory be to God on high, Hatfield
 135     Stupendous height of heavenly love, Dura
 136     The Maker of the sun and moon, Newbury
 137     In the bleak mid-winter, Cranham
 139     The race that long in darkness pined, Dunfermline
 140     God from on high hath heard, St. Cecilia
 141     To us a child of royal birth, Berkshire
 143     Good Christian men, rejoice, In Dulci Jubilo
 145     What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone, Clinton
 146     Jesus, who lived above the sky, Philippine
 147     When the Lord of Love was here, Salvator
 148     We saw Thee not when Thou didst come, Credo
 149     And didst Thou love the race, Artavia
 150     Thou didst leave Thy throne, Margaret
 151     Who is He, in yonder stall, Who is he
 152     What means this eager, anxious throng, Nazareth
 153     Jesus, Thy far-extended fame, Antwerp
 154     I heard the voice of Jesus say, Kingsfold
 154/2  I heard the voice of Jesus say, Vox Dilecti
 155     Heal us, Immanuel, Bedford
 156     O Thou, whom once they flocked to hear, St. Luke
 157     Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult, St. Catherine
 158     Thou say'st: Take up thy cross, Submission
 159     One who is all unfit to count, Fingal
 160     Thou art the Way: to Thee alone, Redhead No. 66
 161     Tell me the old, old story, W.H. Doane
 162     Thou art my life, Lowenstern
 163     Dear Master, in whose life I see, c
 164     Behold a little Child, Shebbear College
 165     Forty days and forty nights, Heinlein
 166     It fell upon a summer day, Childhood
 167     Fierce raged the tempest, St. Aelred
 168     Lord! it is good for us to be, Stanley
 169     My Saviour, Thou Thy love to me, Sidmouth
 170     O the bitter shame and sorrow, All of Thee
 171     Jesus, I will trust Thee, I.D. Sankey
 172     With glorious clouds encompassed round, Manchester
 173     Would Jesus have the sinner die?, Euphony
 174     I met the good Shepherd, St. Wilfrid
 175     Weep not for Him who owned bears, St. Mary
 176     Man of sorrows! What a name, Gethsemane
 177     Ah, holy Jesu, who hast Thou offended, Herzliebster
 178     When my love to Christ grows weak, Simplicity
 180     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
 181     Lamb of God, whose dying love, Atonement
 182     When I survey the wondrous Cross, Rockingham
 183     In the Cross of Christ I glory, Love Divine
 184/2  The royal banners forward go, Breslau
 185     At the Cross, her station keeping, Stabat Mater
 186     O Love divine! what hast Thou done?, God of the living
 187     O come and mourn with me awhile, St. Cross
 188     All ye that pass by, Darlington
 189     Throned upon the awful Tree, Nicht so Traurig
 190     O perfect life of love, Fons Amoris
 191     God of unexampled grace, Pelham
 192     Ride on, ride on in majesty!, St. Drostane
 193     Behold the Saviour of mankind, Burford
 194     Go to dark Gethsemane, Llyfnant
 195     He dies! the Friend of Sinners dies!, Merthyr Tydfil
 196     We sing the parise of Him who died, Church Triumphant
 197     Beneath the Cross of Jesus, I.D. Sankey
 198     Never further than Thy Cross, Cross
 199     Jesus, keep me near the Cross, W.H. Doane
 200     O Jesus, my hope, Old German
 201     There is a fountain filled with blood, Martyrdom
 202     O sacred Head once wounded, Passion Chorale
 203     How shall a sinner find, Shaftesbury
 204     Christ the Lord is risen today, Easter Morn
 205     Jesus Christ is risen today, Llanfair
 206     Christ is risen! Hallelujah, Morgenlied
 207     Christ the Lord is risen today, Wurtemberg
 208     The day of resurrection, Ellacombe
 209     On wings of living light, Gratitude
 210     Christ Jesus lay in death's strong bands, Christ lag in Todesbanden
 211     Low in the grave He lay, Christ Arose
 212     Welcome, happy morning!, Salve, Festa Dies
 213     Thine be the glory, Maccabaeus
 214     Awake, glad soul, awake, Belgrave
 215     The strife is o'er, the battle done, Victory
 216     Jesus lives! thy terrors now, St. Albinus
 217     Ye humble souls that seek the Lord, Wetherby
 219     God is gone up on high, Dudley
 220     God is ascended up on high, German 16th Cent
 221     Hail the day that sees Him rise, Ascension
 222     Our Lord is risen from the dead, Hermann
 223     See the Conqueror mounts in triumph, Rex Gloriae
 224     The golden gates are lifted up, London New
 225     Christ, above all glory seated, Dulcina
 226     Look, ye saints! The sight is glorious, Triumph
 227     Conquering Prince and Lord, Salzburg
 228     Hail, Thou once despised Jesus, Austria
 229     Ye faithful souls who Jesus know, Festus
 230     Rejoice and be glad, Revival Tune Book
 231     Away with gloom, away with doubt!, Blairgowrie
 232     Entered the holy place above, Adam
 233     Jesus, to Thee we fly, Irene
 234     Not all the blood of beasts, Cambridge
 235     I know that my Redeemer lives, Torquay
 236     With joy we meditate the grace, Oldham Street
 237     There is no sorrow, Lord, too light, Windsor
 238     My faith looks up to Thee, Harlan
 239     Lord Jesus, think on me, Southwell
 240     O word of pity, for our pardon pleading, L'Omnipotent
 241     O Son of Man, our hero strong and tender, Welwyn
 242     Come, Thou long-expected Jesus, Stuttgart
 243     Jesus, the Conqueror, reigns, Ishmael
 244     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus
 245     Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Lancashire
 245/2  Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Herrnhut
 246     Earth, rejoice, our Lord is King, Ephraim
 247     Rejoice, the Lord is King!, Gopsal
 248     Jesu, the word bestow, St. George
 249     In the Name of Jesus, Evelyns
 250     Salvation! O the joyful sound!, Ashley
 251     Omnipotent Redeemer, Worship
 252     God is with us, Pilgrim Brothers
 253     Break, day of God, O break, Burton
 253/2  Break, day of God, O break, Arncliffe
 254     Hark what a sound, Highwood
 255     Wake, awake, for night is flying, Sleepers, wake
 256     There's a light upon the mountains, M.L. Wostenholm
 257     O come, O come, Immanuel, Veni Immanuel (Ephratah)
 258     Thou art coming, O my Saviour, Beverley
 259     And art Thou come with us to dwell, St. Sepulchre
 260     Mine eyes have seen the glory, Vision
 261     Light of those whose dreary dwelling, Saltash
 262     All thanks be to God, Derbe
 263     See how great a flame aspires, St. George's Windsor
 264     Lo! He comes with clouds descending, Helmsley
 265     Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass, Broomsgrove
 266     From north and south and east and west, Meyer (Es Ist Kein Tag)
 267     Lord, her watch Thy Church is keeping, Alleluia
 268     Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart, Nox Praecessit
 269     Saviour, we know Thou art, St. Godric
 270     My heart is full of Christ, Worsley
 271     Crown Him with many crowns, Diademata
 272     Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Truro
 274     Lord, we believe to us and ours, Winchester New
 275     Jesus, we on the word depend, Newhaven (Luton)
 276     When God of old came down from heaven, Winchester Old
 277     Granted in the Saviour's prayer, Buckland
 278     Away with our fears, Ardwick
 279     O Holy Spirit, God, Drumcondra
 280     I want the Spirit of power within, Lusatia
 281     Go not, my soul, in search of Him, Walsall
 282     Spirit of wisdom, turn our eyes, Pembroke
 283     Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed, St. Cuthbert
 284     Father, if justly still we claim, Illsley
 285     O Breath of God, breathe on us now, Calm
 286     Holy Spirit, hear us, North Coates
 287     Holy Ghost, my comforter, Stabat Mater
 288     Holy Spirit, truth Divine, Christus
 289     Spirit Divine, attend our prayers, St. Agnes
 290     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Charity
 291     Gracious Spirit, dwell with me, Cassel
 292     Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, Manchester
 293     Creator Spirit; by whose aid, Attwood
 294     Come, holy celestial Dove, Sion
 295     Spirit blest, who art adored, Joseph
 296     Holy Spirit, pity me, Heinlein
 297     Come to our poor nature's nigh, Angelus
 298     Lord God the Holy Ghost, Bowden
 299     Come, Holy Ghost, all-quickening fire, Arne's
 300     Breathe on me, Breath of God, St. Beuno
 301     On all the earth Thy Spirit shower, Simeon
 302     Father of mercies, in Thy word, Tiltey Abbey
 303     O Word of God incarnate, Bentley
 303/2  O Word of God incarnate, Nyland
 304     Father of all, in whom alone, Tallis' Ordinal
 305     Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, Richmond
 306     Come, divine Interpreter, Spanish Chant
 307     The Spirit breathes upon the word, St. James
 308     Lord, Thy word abideth, Ravenshaw
 310     When quiet in my house I sit, Companion
 311     The faithfulness, Lod, each moment we find, Montgomery
 312     Behold the Lamb of God, who bears, New 113th
 313     To God be the glory, W.H. Doane
 314     Come let us sing of a wonderful love, Wonderful Love
 315     Hark! the gospel news is sounding, St. Raphael
 316     We have heard a joyful sound:, Jesus Saves
 317     Whosoever heareth!, P. Bliss
 318     Souls of men, why will ye scatter, Cross of Jesus
 318/2  Souls of men, why will ye scatter, Omni Die
 319     Weary souls that wander wide, Wellspring
 320     Art thou weary, art thou languid, Stephanos
 321     Lord, I hear of showers of blessing, W.B. Bradbury
 321/2  Lord, I hear of showers of blessing, Even Me
 322     Sinners Jesus will receive, Christ Receiveth
 323     Come, sinner, to the gospel feast, Fulda
 324     Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched, Bryn Calfaria
 325     O come, ye sinners, to your Lord, Elim (Hesperus)
 326     Sinners, obey the gospel word, Liverpool (Newmarket)
 327     Sinners, turn ; why will ye die ?, Anima Christi
 328     Come unto Me, ye weary, J.B. Dykes
 329     Ye neighbours and friends of Jesus, Old 104th
 330     O Jesus, Thou art standing, Llangloffan
 331     Behold Me standing at the door, J.F. Knaff
 332     Behold! a Stanger at the door, Entreaty
 333     Come let us, who in Christ believe, Attercliffe
 334     There were ninety and nine, Good Shepherd
 334/2  There were ninety and nine, I.D. Sankey
 335     Pass me not, O gentle Saviour, W.H. Doane
 336     In loving-kindness Jesus came, He lifted me
 337     God loved the world of sinners lost, Wondrous Love
 338     Rescue the perishing, care for the dying, Rescue
 339     Come, O Thou Traveller unknown, Wrestling Jacob
 340     Come, O Thou Traveller unknown, David's Harp
 341     When shall Thy love constrain, Shirland
 342     Come, let us to the Lord our God, Byzantium
 343     Wherewith, O God, shall Idraw near, Jena
 344     Jesus, the sinner's Friend, to Thee, Dorchester
 345     Drawn to the Cross which Thou hast blest, Isleworth
 346     O Jesus, full of truth and grace, Valete
 347     Come, O Thou all-victorius Lord, York
 348     Saviour, Prince of Israel's race, Christopher
 349     Jesus, if still the same Thou art, Carey's
 350     With broken heart and contrite sigh, Plaistow
 351     I hear Thy welcome voice, Calvary
 352     Oppressed with sin and woe, St. Bride
 353     Just as I am, without one plea, Misericordia
 353/2  Just as I am, without one plea, Gainsworth
 354     No, not despairingly, St. Werburgh
 355     Weary of earth and laden with my sin, Dalkeith
 356     Great God of wonders!, Sovereignty
 357     Jesus, in whom the weary find, Marienbourn
 358     Depth of mercy! can there be, Redhead 47
 359     Out of the depth I cry to Thee, St. Martin
 360     Happy the man that finds the grace, Blockley
 361     Where shall my wandering soul begin?, Old 23rd
 362     Author of faith, eternal Word, Mainzer
 363     Spirit of faith, come down, Ich Halte Treulich Still
 364     Ah! wither should I go, Wirksworth
 365     God of my salvation, hear, Faith
 366     Jesus! Redeemer, Saviour, Lord, Epworth
 367     Day after day I sought the Lord, Lincoln
 368     Arise, my soul, arise, St. Swithin
 369     Thee, Jesus, Thee, the sinner's Friend, Purleigh
 370     Jesu, Thy blood and righteousness, Confidence
 371     And can it be that I should gain, Sagina
 371/2  And can it be that I should gain, Lansdown
 372     The God of love, to earth He came, Arlington
 373     Lord, I was blind!, A babe is born
 373/2  Lord, I was blind!, Ely
 374     Jesus hath died and hath risen again, unknown
 375     Now I have found the ground wherein, Madrid
 375/2  Now I have found the ground wherein, Anchor
 376     Thou great mysterious God unknown, Traveller
 377     How can a sinner know, St. Michael
 378     Eternal Sun of Righteousness, Dublin
 379     The people that in darkness lay, Nunhead
 380     I will sing the wondrous story, Hyfrydol
 381     I am not skilled to understand, Keston
 382     Let Him to whom we now belong, Byzantium
 383     Being of beings, God of love, Tottenham
 384     My soul, through my Redeemer's care, Angel's Song
 385     Jesus, I fain would find, Tytherton
 386     O Thou who camest fom above, Wilton
 387     My God! I know, I feel Thee mine, Warwick
 388     My Saviour! how shall I proclaim, Angel's Song
 389     Great God, indulge my humble claim, Warrington
 390     Give me the faith which can remove, Mount Sion
 391     Thy life was given for me, Baca
 392     I bind unto myself, St. Patrick
 393     I give my heart to Thee, Ich Halte Treulich Still
 394     Just as I am, without one plea, Just as I am
 394/2  Just as I am, Thine own to be, Howcroft
 395     Saviour, while my heart is tender, Shipston
 396     Lord, in the fullness of my might, Skelmorlie
 397     Lord of Life and King of Glory, Calvary
 398     When Thy soldiers take their swords, Nutbourne
 399     What shall I render to my God, Morna
 400     Take my life, and let it be, Consecration
 401     God's trumpet wakes the slumbering world, Nativity
 402     Faith of our fathers, A.E. Tozer
 403     My heart is fixed, eternal God, Christ for me
 404     How blest is life if lived for Thee, David's Harp
 405     God be in my head, H. Walford Davies
 406     My God, I am Thine, Harwich
 407     How happy are they, Hungerford
 408     My God, the spring of all my joys, St. Bernard
 409     The glory of the spring how sweet, Sharon
 410     Come, ye that love the Lord, Ridge
 410/2  Come, ye that love the Lord, Ascension
 411     Head of Thy Church triumphant, Dying Stephen
 411/2  Head of Thy Church triumphant, Deliverance
 412     Worship, and thanks and blessing, Dying Stephen
 412/2  Worship, and thanks and blessing, Deliverance
 413     When all Thy mercies, O my God, Harington
 414     We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earth, Holly
 415     Sing praise to God who reigns above, Mit Freuden Zart
 416     Life and light and joy are found, Charterhouse
 417     Come, Thou Fount of every blessing, Normandy
 418     Awake, our souls! Away, our fears, Samson
 419     Happy are they, they that love God, Binchester
 420     O what shall I do my Saviour to praise, St. Merryn
 421     I am so glad that our Father in heaven, P. Bliss
 422     Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine, J.F. Knaft
 423     I've found a Friend: O such a Friend!, Constance
 424     O bless the Lord, my soul, Mount Ephraim
 425     My God, my King, Springtime Hour
 426     Ye servants of God, Laudate Dominum
 427     Through all the changing scenes of life, Wiltshire
 428     I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Monmouth
 429     God of my life, through all my days, F.L. Wiseman
 429/2  God of my life, through all my days, Heaton Norris
 430     Jesu, Thy boundless love to me, Giessen
 431     Love divine, all loves excelling, Love Divine
 431/2  Love divine, all loves excelling, Bithynia
 432     Hark, my soul! it is the Lord, St. Bees
 433     Thou hidden love of God, Aldersgate Street
 434     O Love divine, how sweet Thou art, Allgutiger, mein Preisgesang
 435     Love is the key of life and death, Lovest Thou Me
 436     It passeth knowledge, I.D. Sankey
 437     My Jesus, I love Thee, Unknown
 438     Jesu, my Lord, my God, my All, St. Chrysostom (Barnby)
 439     O Saviour, I have nought to plead, Saffron Walden
 440     Far off we need not rove, Fulneck
 441     Riches Unsearchable, Dominica
 442     Happy the heart where graces reign, Lynton
 443     Loved with everlasting love, Loughborough College
 444     Beloved, let us love, Frogmore
 445     Thee will I love, my strength, my tower, New 113th
 446     My God, I love Thee - not because, Culross
 447     O love, who formedst me to wear, Aldersgate Street
 448     O Love, that will not let me go, St. Margaret
 449     O Lord, enlarge our scanty thought, Eden
 450     Now let us see Thy beauty, Lord, Edgware
 451     I lift my heart to Thee, Sursum Corda
 452     What shall I do my God to love, Stella
 453     O my Saviour, hear me, H.P. Main
 454     I would commune with Thee, my God, St. Frances
 455     As pants the hart for cooling streams, Martyrdom
 456     For ever here my rest shall be, Martyrdom
 457     Thou Shepherd of Israel, and mine, Arabia
 458     Long did I toil, and knew no earthly rest, Song 1
 459     To the haven of Thy breast, St. Dorothea
 460     Talk with us, Lord, Thyself reveal, Tiverton
 461     O for a closer walk with God, Cheshire
 462     I hunger and I thirst, Ibstone
 463     O Jesus Christ, grow Thou in me, Westminster New
 464     Jesus, the all-restoring Word, Coleshill
 465     Open, Lord, my inward ear, Leamington
 466     My soul, there is a country, Pastor
 467     My spirit longs for Thee, Psalm 32
 468     Nearer, my God, to Thee, Horbury
 468/2  Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee
 469     That mystic Word of Thine, Song 24
 470     Still with Thee, O my God, Selma
 471     O God, my God, my all Thou art, Berkshire
 472     Come in, O come! The door stands open now, Battle
 473     My heart is resting, O my God, Nettleham
 474     Still, still with Thee, Alverstoke
 475     I need Thee every hour, R. Lowry
 476     From trials unexempted, Greenland
 478     Jesus, my Saviour, Brother, Friend, Angel's Song
 479     Fainting soul, be bold, be strong, Hotham
 480     Ah! Lord, with trembling I confess, Babylon's Streams
 481     Hark, how the watchmen cry, Victory
 482     Hark, 'tis the watchman's cry, Clarion
 484     Soldiers of Christ, arise, From Strength to Strength
 485     I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, Azmon
 486     Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, Justification
 487     Come on, my partners in distress, Praise
 488     Oft in danger, oft in woe, University College
 489     Workman of God! O lose not heart, Grainger
 490     Fight the good fight with all thy might, Shepton-Beauchamp
 491     Christian, seek not yet repose, Camberwell
 492     I the good fight have fought, Holy Rood
 493     Love of love, and Light of light, Ratisbon
 494     A safe stronghold our God is still, Ein' Feste Burg
 495     Who puts his trust, Walton
 496     Eternal beam of light divine, Invitation
 497     To the hills I lift mine eyes, St. Hilary
 498     Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Redhead No 76
 499     O safe to the Rock that is higher than I, Shelter
 500     Peace, doubting heart!, Leicester
 501     Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin, Song 46
 501/2  Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin, Pax Tecum
 502     Omnipotent Lord, my Saviour and King, Laudate Dominum
 503     God moves in a mysterious way, Irish
 504     Leave God to order all thy ways, Bremen
 505     O Thou to whose all searching sight, Psalm 8 (Whitehall)
 506     My spirit on Thy care, In Memoriam
 507     Commit thou all thy griefs, Franconia
 507/2  Commit thou all thy griefs, Song 20
 508     As helpless as a child who clings, Christmas Carol
 509     The Galilean fishers toil, St. Leonard's
 510     Away, my needless fears, Clifton
 511     Begone, unbelief; my Saviour is near, Spetisbury
 512     Lord, as to Thy dear Cross we flee, Wigtown
 513     Who fathoms the eternal thought, Green Hill
 514     He that is down needs fear no fall, Assurance
 514/2  He that is down needs fear no fall, St. Hugh (Dovedale)
 515     Thy way, not mine, O Lord, Moab
 516     When we walk with the Lord, D.B. Towner
 517     Simply trusting every day, I.D. Sankey
 518     Jesu, priceless treasure, Jesu, Meine Freude
 519     Thee, Jesus, full of truth and grace, Abridge
 520     I bring my sins to Thee, Carinthia
 521     I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus, Eastergate
 521/2  I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus, Trust
 522     I could not do without Thee, Magdalena
 523     I will not let Thee go, Tenax
 524     My God, I thank Thee, who hast made, Wentworth
 525     Through the love of God our Saviour, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 526     O Jesus I have promised, Norwick
 526/2  O Jesus I have promised, Wolvercote
 527     Sometimes a light surprises, Petition
 528     In heavenly love abiding, Penlan
 529     O blessed life! the heart at rest, Redhead No. 4
 530     Oft I in my heart have said, Barnabas
 531     Light of the world, Thy beams I bless, Hull
 532     Let everlasting glories crown, St. Gregory
 533     Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Nox Praecessit
 534     Jesus, Thou sovereign Lord of all, St. Werbergh
 535     From every stormy wind that blows, Pavia
 536     My God, is any hour so sweet, Memoria
 536/2  My God, is any hour so sweet, Southport
 537     Tis not to ask for gifts alone, Reverence
 538     What a Friend we have in Jesus, C.C. Converse
 539     Lord, teach us how to pray aright, Farrant
 540     Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, Christ Chapel
 541     Pray, without ceasing pray, Bonar
 542     Jesus, my strength, my hope, Leominster
 543     Hear Thou my prayer, O Lord, Egypt
 544     Eternal Light! Eternal Light!, Newcastle
 544/2  Eternal Light! Eternal Light!, Royal Fort
 545     O disclose Thy lovely face, Arfon
 546     Come, Saviour, Jesus, from above, Wareham
 547     The thing my God doth hate, Aynhoe
 548     All things are possible to him, Holy Faith
 549     Lord, that I may learn of Thee, Simplicity
 550     O for a heart to praise my God, Abridge
 551     O Lord, how happy should we be, Plymouth
 552     Jesus, all-atoning Lamb, Keine Schonheit Hat Die Welt
 553     Come, Holy Ghost, all-quickening fire!, Tarsus
 554     O come and dwell with me, Huddersfield
 555     When, my Saviour, shall I be, Pleyel
 556     Deepen the wound Thy hands have made, Bangor
 557     What is our calling's glorious hope, Stafford
 558     Saviour from sin, I wait to prove, St. Catherine
 559     Come, O my God, the promise seal, Ballerma
 560     Jesus hath died that I might live, Devizes
 561     Father of Jesus Christ, my Lord, Solomon
 562     God of all power, and truth, and grace, Ombersley
 563     Lord, I believe a rest remains, Redhead No. 66
 564     Father, I dare believe, Ripon
 565     I know that my Redeemer lives, Crediton
 566     God of all redeeming grace, Benevento
 567     In full and glad surrender, St. Victor
 568     Since the Son hath made me free, Crowland
 569     Thine for ever! God of love, Newington
 570     Holy, and true, and righteous Lord, Uffingham
 571     Blessed are the pure in heart, Tichfield
 572     Behold the servant of the Lord, Mozart
 573     O God, what offering shall I give, Pater Omnium
 574     Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Wellspring
 575     Servant of all, to toil for man, St. James
 576     Be in my only wisdom here, Grosvenor
 577     O loving Lord, who art for ever seeking, Zu Meinem Herrn
 578     A charge to keep I have, Cambridge
 579     Saviour, Thy dying love, R. Lowry
 580     Dismiss me not Thy service Lord, Spohr
 581     Ye servants of the Lord, St. Ethelwald
 582     Brightly beams our Father's mercy, P. Bliss
 583     How blessed, from the bonds of sin, Beulah
 584     Thou, Jesu, Thou my breast inspire, Old 113th
 585     Rise up, O men of God!, Watchman
 586     Stay, Master, stay upon this heavenly hill, Unde et Memores
 587     O Lord of every lovely thing, Nicolaus (Lost Gott)
 588     Awake, awake to love and work, Sheltered Dale
 589     Go, labour on; spend and be spent, Grenoble
 590     Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I go, Antwerp
 591     Believe not those who say, St. Thomas
 592     I hoped that with the brave and strong, Cripplegate
 593     O'er the harvest reaped or lost, Retirement
 594     Lord, in the strength of grace, St. Michael
 595     God of almighty love, Carlisle
 596     Make me a captive, Lord, Llanllyfni
 597     Teach me, my God, and King, Sandys
 598     Holy Lamb, who Thee confess, Syria
 599     Sow in the morn thy seed, Swabia
 600     O Master, let me alk with Thee, Kettering
 601     They who tread the path of labour, Everton
 602     Father, I know that all my life, Arabia
 602/2  Father, I know that all my life, Lebanon
 603     Jesus, let all Thy lovers shine, Attercliffe
 604     Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God, St. Fulbert
 604/2  Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God, Beatitudo
 605     Jesus, the gift divine I know, Colchester
 606     Come, all whoe'er have set, Warsaw
 607     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Tallis' Ordinal
 608     Captain of Israel's host, and Guide, Marienlyst
 609     Saviour, like a shepherd lead us, Lewes
 610     Leader of faithful wouls, and Guide, Mount Beacon
 611     Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Mannheim
 612     Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom, Sandon
 613     Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace, All souls
 614     Heavenly Father, Thou hast brought us, Salvator
 615     Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, Cwm Rhondda
 615/2  Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, Oriel
 616     Through the night of doubt and sorrow, Ebenezer
 617     Brightly gleams our banner, Armageddon
 618     O happy band of pilgrims, Knecht
 619     Forward! be our watchman, H. Alford
 620     Who would true valour see, Monks Gate
 621     Jesus the good Shepherd is, Bread of Heaven
 622     Show me the way, O Lord, Cords of Love
 623     I dared not hope that Thou, Nachtlied
 624     Jesus, still lead on, Spire
 625     I to the hills will lift mine eyes, Dundee (French)
 626     I want a principle within, Albano
 627     How happy every child of grace, Spes Celestis
 628     Ye that do your Master's will, Truro
 629     All as God wills, who wisely heeds, St. Austin
 630     O grant us light, that we may know, Alstone
 631     Walk in the light: so shall thou know, Tiltey Abbey
 632     Be Thou my Vision, Slane
 633     O King of mercy, from Thy throne, St. Cyril
 634     Will your anchor hold, W.J. Kirkpatrick
 635     Jesu, my Truth, my Way, Potsdam
 636     Light of the world, faint were our weary feet, Barton
 637     The sands of time are sinking, Rutherford
 638     To God, the only wise, St. Augustine
 641     While ebbing nature grieves, Annue Christe
 642     When on my days of life the nigh is falling, Gifford
 643     When this passing world is done, Pressburg
 644     Thou Judge of quick and dead, Dinbych
 645     That day of wrath, that dreadful day, Llef
 646     Day of wrath! O day of mourning, Dies Irae
 647     Lord, it belongs not to my care, Cheshire
 648     Away with our sorrow and fear, Uxbridge
 649     There is a land of pure delight, Beulah
 650     Jerusalem, my happy home, Jerusalem
 651     Hark, hark, my soul!, La Suissesse
 651/2  Hark, hark, my soul!, Pilgrims
 652     Brief life is here our portion, Ewing
 652/2  Brief life is here our portion, St. Alphege
 653     Sweet place: sweet place alone, Christchurch
 654     The homeland! , Homeland
 655     Jerusalem, my happy home, Bocking
 655/2  Jerusalem, my happy home, Diana
 656     Around the throne of God in heaven, Glory
 657     For those we love within the veil, Meyer (Es Ist Kein Tag)
 658     For ever with the Lord, Nearer Home
 659     O day of rest and gladness, Munich
 660     This is the day of light, Dulwich College
 661     Come, let us with our Lord arise, Plymouth Dock
 662     Sweet is the sunlight after rain, F.A.G. Ouseley
 663     Light of light, enlighten me, Luneburg
 664     O how blest the hour, Lord Jesus, St. Oswald
 665     Sweet is the work, my God, my King, Eignbrook
 666     We rose today with anthems sweet, Norwood
 667     The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended, Radford
 667/2  The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended, St. Clement
 667/3  The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended, Les Commandemens de Dieu
 668     Angel voices, ever singing, Eide
 668/2  Angel voices, ever singing, Angel Voices
 669     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Georgia
 670     Jesus, Thou soul of all our joys, Grosvenor
 671     Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise, Alleluia Perenne
 672     Saviour, blessed Saviour, Norfolk Park
 673     Summer suns are glowing, Ruth
 674     O Love Divine! whose constant beam, Boston
 675     Jesus, where'er Thy people meet, Redhead No 4
 676     Great is the Lord our God, St. George
 677     We love the place, O God, Quam Dilecta
 678     Lord of the worlds above, Darwall's 148th
 679     Pleasant are Thy courts above, Maidstone
 680     Glad was my heart to hear, Falcon Street
 681     God of mercy, God of grace, Dix
 682     God of pity, God of grace, Huddersfield
 682/2  God of pity, God of grace, Capetown
 683     Lo, God is here! Let us adore, Vater Unser (Old 112th)
 684     Jesus, stand among us, Caswall
 685     Stand up and bless the Lord, Doncaster (Bethlehem)
 686     Lift up your hearts!, Birmingham
 686/2  Lift up your hearts!, Woodlands
 687     I bow in silence at Thy feet, Erskine
 688     O God our Father, who dost make us one, Morecambe
 689     At even, ere the sun was set, Angelus
 690     Our day of praise is done, Franconia
 691     Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise, Ellers
 691/2  Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise, Adoro Te
 692     O Saviour, bless us ere we go, St. Matthias
 693     Lord, dismess is with Thy blessing, Dismissal
 694     Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling, Dettingen
 695     Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion waits, Mainzer
 696     Children of the heavenly King, Trull
 696/2  Children of the heavenly King, Melling
 697     Blest are the humble souls that see, Abney
 698     Abide among us with Thy grace, Abbey
 699     Great is our redeeming Lord, Josiah
 700     Who in the Lord confide, Ishmael
 701     The Church's one foundation, Aurelia
 702     Christ is our corner-stone, Harewood
 703     City of God, how broad and far, Richmond
 703/2  City of God, how broad and far, Bristol
 704     Be the holy hills surrounded, Sleepers, wake
 705     God is the refuge of His saints, Lasus
 706     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Lux Eoi
 707     O Thou not made with hands, Old 120th
 708     We love Thy Kingdom, Lord, St. Giles
 709     And are we yet alive, Falcon Street
 710     Brethern in Christ, and well beloved, Otterbourne
 711     How pleasant, how divinely fair, Nicomachus
 712     Blest be the dear uniting love, Tiverton
 713     Let us join - 'tis God commands -, Love Feast
 714     He wants not friends that hath Thy love, O Jesu Mi Dulcissime
 715     For the might of Thine arm, Mountain Christians
 716     Thou God of truth and love, St. Godric
 717     Help us to help each other, Lord, Lunenburg
 718     Jesus, we look to Thee, Reuben
 719     See, Jesus, Thy disciples see, Bishopthorpe
 720     Christ, from whom all blessings flow, Vienna
 721     Jesus, united by Thy grace, St. David
 722     Lift up your heads to things above, Chimes
 723     O God of our forefathers, hear, Vater Unser (Old 112th)
 724     Jesus, Lord of life and glory, Jordan
 725     Lord, in this Thy mercy's day, St. Philip
 726     Saviour, when in dust to Thee, Aberystwyth
 727     Jesus, with Thy Church abide, Agape
 728     O God of mercy, God of might, Amor Dei
 729     Lord of our life, and God of our salvation, Cloisters
 731     O Christ, our God, who with Thine , Coena Domini
 732     Sweetly the holy hymn, Southport
 733     Jesus, Sun of Righteousness, Lux Prima
 734     Jesus, meek and gentle, St. Constantine
 735     When the weary, seeking rest, Intercession
 736     Shepherd divine, our wants relieve, Arnold's
 737     Jesu, to Thee our hearts we lift, Cheshunt College
 738     Revive Thy work, O Lord, W.H. Doane
 739     Our Father, hear our longing prayer, Aberdeen
 740     Father of all, to Thee, Bevan
 741     We have not known Thee as we ought, Credo
 742     Thy kingdom come - on bended knee, Blackburn
 743     Not for our sins alone, Frilford
 744     O happy day, Wesleyan Sacred Harp
 745     All praise to our redeeming Lord, Lucius
 746     I am Thine, O Lord, W.H. Doane
 747     All thanks to the Lamb, St. Ignatius
 748     Come, and let us sweetly join, Hart's
 749     Come, let us use the grace divine, Dundee (French)
 750     O God, how often hath Thine ear, Eaton
 751     See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand, Dublin
 752     Blessed Jesus, here we stand, St. Mark
 753     Friend of the home, as when in Galilee, Ffigysbren
 754     Stand, soldier of the Cross, Kerry
 755     Lord Jesus Christ, our Lord most dear, St. Chrysostom
 756     Bread of the world, in mercy broken, Rendez a dieu
 757     Spread the table of the Lord, Culbach
 758     I am not worthy, holy Lord, Leicester
 759     And now, O Father, mindful of the love, Unde et Memores
 760     Saviour, and can it be, Devotion
 761     Jesus, we thus obey, St. Augustine
 762     In memory of the Saviour's love, Arnold's
 763     According to Thy gracious word, Abbey
 764     Author of life divine, Wesley
 765     Come, Thou everlasting Spirit, Sicilian Mariners
 766     Be known to us in breaking bread, Belmont
 767     Come, Holy Ghost, Thine influence shed, Hampstead
 768     O Bread to pilgrims given, Passion Chorale
 769     Bread of heaven, on Thee I feed, Spanish Chant
 770     Jesus, to Thy table led, Ttholland
 771     Victim divine, Thy grace we claim, Euphony
 772     Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face, St. Agnes
 773     By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored, Memoria
 773/2  By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored, Willenhall
 774     O God of love, to Thee we bow, Saffron Walden
 775     The voice that breathed o'er Eden, St. Alphege
 776     O Father, all creating, Day of Rest
 777     O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, O Perfect Love
 778     How beauteous are the feet, Day of Praise
 779     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator
 780     Master speak! Thy servant heareth, St. Leonard
 780/2  Master speak! Thy servant heareth, Ottawa
 781     Lord, speak to me, that I may speak, Galilee
 782     Shine Thou upon us, Lord, Supplication
 783     Shall I, for fear of feeble man, Birstal
 784     What shall we offer our good Lord, Duke Street
 785     Jesus, if we aright confess, Old 44th
 786     Lord, grant us, like the watching five, Lothian
 787     Lord of the harvest, hear, Avon
 788     Disposer Supreme, and Judge of the earth, St. Merryn
 789     Forget them not, O Christ, who stand, Fritwell
 790     Look from Thy sphere of endless day, Fulda
 791     Jesus, Thy wandering sheep behold, Elim (Hesperus)
 792     Lord, if at Thy command, Mount Ephraim
 793     Lord, of the living harvest, Herrnhut
 794     Eternal Son, eternal Love, St. Pancras
 795     O Church of God, arise, Kingsland
 796     Lord, Thy ransomed Church is waking, Contemplation
 797     Once again, dear Lord, we pray, Staples
 798     Far around the world, Parting
 799     The fields are all white, Colvend
 800     Saviour, quicken many nations, Bethany
 801     From Greenland's icy mountains, Missionary
 802     The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord, New Sabbath
 803     Thou whose almighty word, Malvern
 804     Spread, O spread, thou mighty word, Dent Dale
 805     Christ for the world, se sing, Doxford
 805/2  Christ for the world, se sing, Edinburgh
 806     Let the song go round the earth, Heaven
 807     And let our bodies part, Bethlehem (Doncaster)
 807/2  And let our bodies part, Canada
 808     Speed Thy servants, Saviour, speed them, St. Thomas
 809     I cannot tell why He, whom angels worship, Londonderry air
 810     Father, let Thy kingdom come, Da Christus Geboren War
 811     Thy kingdom come, O God, St. Cecilia
 812/2  God is working His purpose out, Purpose
 813     The Lord will come, and not be slow, Grafenberg
 814     Head of Thy Church, whose Spirit fills, Doversdale
 815     Hills of the North, rejoice, Little Cornard
 816     The Son of God goes forth to war, Fight of faith
 817     Fling out the banner ! Let it float, Pentecost
 818     Happy the souls to Jesus joined, St. Leonard
 820     Who is on the Lord's side, Hermas
 821     Stand up, stand up for Jesus, Morning Light
 822     Onward ! Christian soldiers, St. Gertrude
 823     Our life is hid with Christ in God, St. Lawrence
 824     Come, let us join our friends above, St. Matthew
 825     The saints of God, their conflict past, Rest
 826     O God, to whom the faithful dead, St. Justin
 827     Their names are names of kings, Frogmore
 828     Ten thousand times ten thousand, Alford
 829     Hark! The song of jubilee, Thanksgiving
 830     Hark! The sound of holy voices, Deerhurst
 831     Give me the wings of faith to rise, Mylon
 832     For all the saints, Sine Nomine
 832/2  For all the saints, J. Barnby
 833     What are these arrayed in white, Benevento
 834     Above the clear blue sky, Children's Voices
 835     When, His salvation bringing, Tours
 836     Hosanna, loud hosanna, Ellacombe
 837     Children of Jerusalem, Infant Praise
 838     Jesus, high in glory, Glenfinlas
 839     There's a Friend for little children, In Memoriam
 840     God, my Father, loving me, Peacefield
 841     Jesus, Friend of little children, Westridge
 841/2  Jesus, Friend of little children, Derwent
 842     Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, Innocents
 842/2  Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, Gentle Jesus
 843     In our dear Lord's garden, Castle Eden
 844     Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me, Evening Prayer
 845     God make my life a little light, Capel
 846     Lord, when we have not any light, This Endris Nyght
 847     O Jesus, we are well and strong, Solothurn
 848     Hushed was the evening hymn, Samuel
 849     Father, lead me day by day, Supplication
 850     Looking upward every day, Excelsior
 851     All things bright and beautiful, W.H. Monk
 851/2  All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
 852     All things which live below the sky, Rodmell
 853     A little child may know, Newland
 854     It is a thing most wonderful, Herongate
 855     I love to think, though I am young, Newbury
 856     I love to hear the story, Angel's Story
 857     God has given us a Book, C.B. Jutson
 858     Tell me the stories of Jesus, Stories of Jesus
 859     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 860     Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, W.J. Kirkpatrick
 861     O come little children, Temple Fortune
 862     Wise men, seeking Jesus, Worship
 863     The shepherds had an angel, Christina
 864     Remember all the people, Holmbridge
 865     I think, when I read that sweet story of old, Athens
 866     When mothers of Salem, Salem
 867     Day by day we magnify Thee, Slingsby
 868     Lord and Saviour, true and kind, Boyce (Sharon)
 869     Praise to our God, who with love, Bede
 870     Lord, behold us with Thy blessing, Pilgrimage
 870/2  Lord, behold us with Thy blessing, Tonbridge School
 871     In our work and in our play, Ashburton
 872     We bless Thee, Lord, for all this common life, Chilton Foliat
 873     Thou gracious God, whose mercy lends, Wendell
 874     Away with our fears, Builth
 875     O happy home where Thou are loved, Strength and Stay
 876     Omnipresent God, whose aid, Benevento
 877     How do Thy mercies close me round, Saxby
 878     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 879     God save our gracious Queen, National Anthem
 880     God bless our native land !, Moscow
 881     Lord, while for all mankind we pray, Lincoln
 882     Rejoice, O land, in God thy might, Gonfalon Royal
 883     Judge eternal, throned in splendour, Rhuddlan
 884     Before Thy throne, O God, we kneel, Strasburg
 886     To Thee our God we fly, Gratitude
 887     God of our fathers, unto Thee, Sannox
 888     O King of kings, O Lord of hosts, Rex Regum
 889     God of our fathers, know of old, Lest we forget
 892     Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round, Song 1
 893     O ye who taste that love is sweet, Delhi
 894     Father, who on man dost shower, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 895     Where cross the crowded ways of life, St. Bartholomew
 896     Now praise we great and famous men, Brynhyfryd
 897     What service shall we render Thee, Forest Green
 898     Once to every man and nation, Adrian
 900     I vow to thee, my country, Thaxted
 901     God the All-terrible ! , Russia
 902     All glory to God in the sky, St. Cyprian
 903     O God of love, O King of peace, Erhalt' Uns. Herr
 904     Behold, the mountain of the Lord, Glasgow
 905     Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, Grenoble
 906     Lord Christ, when first Thou cam'st to men, Elberfeld
 907     Almighty Father, who dost give, Vermont
 908     Life of ages, richly poured, Brandenburg
 909     When wilt Thou save the people, Commonwealth
 910     These things shall be: a loftier race, Arizona
 911     O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brother, Intercessor
 912     Turn back, O man, Old 124th
 913     With the sweet word of peace, Verbum Pacis
 914     God be with you till we met again, Randolph
 916     Holy Father, in Thy mercy, St. Helen's
 917     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 918     O Love divine, that stooped to share, St. Petrox
 919     Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old, St. Matthew
 920     Thou to whom the sick and dying, Evensong
 921     From Thee all skill and science flow, Land of Rest
 922     O Thou before whose presence, Komm, Seele
 923     We give Thee but Thine own, Windermere
 924     Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Heathlands
 925     The star of mourn has risen, Moseley
 926     My Father, for another night, St. Timothy
 927     O timely happy, timely wise, Melcombe
 928     Morning comes with light all-cheering, Gounod
 929     Come, my soul, thou must be waking, Meine Armuth
 930     O Lord of life, Thy quickening voice, Dorking
 931     Awake, my soul, and with the sun, Morning Hymn
 932     O Splendour of God's glory bright, St. Venantius
 932/2  O Splendour of God's glory bright, Deventer
 933     At Thy feet, O Christ, we lay, St. John
 934     All praise to Him who dwells in bliss, Epworth
 935     Father Divine, I come to Thee, Motherland
 936     O gladsome light, O grace, Brindley
 938     Father, in high heaven dwelling, Evening Hymn
 939     The sun is sinking fast, St. Columba
 940     The radiant morn hath passed away, St. Gabriel
 941     Lord Jesus, in the days of old, Companion
 942     Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear, Hursley
 942/2  Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear, Abends
 943     Glory to Thee, my God, this night, Tallis Canon
 944     Now the day is over, Eudoxia
 945     The night is come, wherein at last we rest, The blessed rest
 946     Now all the woods are sleeping, Innsbruck
 947     Ere I sleep, for every favour, Evensong
 948     Abide with me, fast falls the eventide, Eventide
 949     Behold us, Lord, a little space, St. Bernard
 950     Blest are the pure in heart, Egham
 951     The day is past and over, St. Anatolius (1)
 951/2  The day is past and over, St. Anatolius (2)
 952     God the Father, be Thou near, Palestine
 953     O Lord, who by Thy presence hast made light, Toulon
 954     Another year is dawning, Another Year
 954/2  Another year is dawning, Cherry Tree Carol
 955     Standing at the portal, Fylde
 956     Come, let us anew, Derbe
 957     Father, let me dedicate, Dedication
 958     O God, the Rock of Ages, Heber
 959     Sing to the great Jehovah's praise, Northrop
 960     Join, all ye ransomed sons of grace, Winchester Old
 961     Across the sky the shades of nigh, The Golden Chain
 962     Come, ye thankful people, come, St. George's Windsor
 963     We plough the fields, and scatter, Wir Pflugen
 964     To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, Golden Sheaves
 964/2  To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, Bishopgarth
 965     The springs again is here, Sandys
 966     Earth below is teeming, Princethorpe
 967     Now the year is crowned with blessing, Morgenlied
 968     Yes, God is good - in earth and sky, Daniel
 968/2  Yes, God is good - in earth and sky, Williams
 969     O Lord of heaven and earth and sea, Almsgiving
 970     Hear us, O Lord, from heaven, Peel Castle
 971     A gladsome hymn of praise we sing, The Blessed Name
 972     Here, Lord, we offer Thee all that is fairest, Springfield
 973     Rejoice for a brother deceased, David
 974     God of the living, in whose eyes, God of the Living
 975     When the day of toil is done, Irene
 976     Now the labourer's task is o'er, Requiescat
 977     Safe home, safe home in port, Safe Home
 978     When our heads are bowed with woe, Redhead No. 47
 979     Our Father, by whose servants, Meirionydd
 980     O Light, from age to age the same, St. Francis Xavier
 981     Christ is the foundation, Goshen
 982     Father of men, in whom are one, Exeter
 983     Be with us, gracious Lord, to-day, Winchester New
 984     O Thou whose hand hath brought us, Jubilate