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The English Hymnal, 1933

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     3     Behold the Bridegroom cometh, Second Mode Melody
     4     Great God, what can I see and hear!, Luther's Hymn
     5     Hark! a herald voice is calling, Merton
     6     Hark the glad sound!, Bristol
     7     Lo! he comes with clouds descending, Helmsley
     8     O come, O come, Emmanuel, Veni Emmanuel
     9     On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Winchester New
   11     The advent of our God, St. Thomas
   12     Wake, O wake! with tidings thrilling, Wachet Auf
   13     When came in flesh the incarnate Word, Walsall
   14     Come thou Redeemer of the earth, Puer Nobis Nascitur
   15     O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green
   16     The Maker of the sun and moon, Newbury
   17     Jesu, The Father's only Son, Vom Himmel Hoch
   18     From East to west, from shore to shore, Rouen
   19     A great and mighty wonder, Es Ist Ein' Ros' Entsprungen
   20     Behold the great Creator makes, This Endris Nyght
   21     Christians, awake, salute the happy morn, Yorkshire
   23     Hark, how all the welkin rings!, Dent Dale
   24     Hark! the herald Angels sing, Mendelssohn
   25     In the bleak mid-winter, Cranham
   26     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
   27     Let sighing cease and woe, St. Michael
   28     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
   29     The great God of heaven, A Virgin Unspotted
   30     While shepherds watched, Winchester Old
   31     Saint of God, elect and precious, St. Thomas
   32     The Lord and King of all things, Wohlauf, Thut Nicht Verzagen
   34     All hail, ye little Martyr flowers, Sarratt
   35     The hymns for conquering Martyrs raise, Wer Da Wonet
   36     O happy day, when first was poured, Das Walt' gott vater
   37     Conquering kings their titles take, Innocents (211)
   38     Why, impious Herod, shouldst thou fear, St. Venantius
   39     As with gladness men of old, Dix
   40     Bethlehem, of noblest cities, Stuttgart
   41     Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Liebster Immanuel
   42     O worship the Lord, Was Lebet, Was Schwebet
   43     The race that long in darkness pined, Dundee
   44     What star is this, with beams so bright, Ein kind gebor'n
   45     Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Cruger
   47     Songs of thankfulness and praise, St. Edmund
   48     The Lord is come! On Syrian soil, Cantate Domino
   49     Creator of the earth and sky, St. Gregory
   50     This day the first of days was made, Andernach
   51     O blest Creator of the light, Lucis Creator
   52     O Splendour of God's glory bright, Wareham
   53     The winged herald of the day, Wareham
   54     Ye clouds and darkness, hosts of night, Gaude, Regina Gloriae
   55     Lo! golden light rekindles day, Gaude, Regina Gloriae
   56     Eternal Glory of the sky, Richard
   57     The dawn is sprinkling in the east, Richard
   58     O boundless Wisdom, God most high, O Invidenda Martyrum
   59     Earth's mighty Maker, whose command, O Invidenda Martyrum
   60     Most holy Lord and God of heaven, O Invidenda Martyrum
   61     Almighty God, who from the flood, Illsley
   62     Maker of man, who from thy throne, Illsley
   63     Alleluya, song of sweetness, Tantum Ergo
   64     Maker of earth, to thee alone, Dunfermline
   65     The fast, as taught by holy love, Jesu Corona
   66     O kind Creator, bow thine ear, Cannons
   67     Now is the healing time decreed, Jena
   68     The glory of those forty days, Erhalt' uns, herr
   69     O Jesu Christ, from thee began, Plaistow
   70     Ah, holy Jesu, how hast thou offended, Herzliebster Jesu
   71     All ye who seek a comfort sure, St. Bernard
   72     Christian, dost thou see them, Gute Baume Bringen
   73     Forty days and forty nights, Aus der Tiefe
   74     Have mercy, Lord, on me, St. Bride
   75     Jesus, Lord of Life and glory, St. Raphael
   75/2  Jesus, Lord of Life and glory, Llanilar
   76     Lord, in this thy mercy's day, Heiliger Geist
   77     Lord Jesus, think on me, Southwell
   78     Lord, teach us how to pray aright, First Mode Melody
   79     Lord, when we bend before thy throne, Hunnys
   80     My God, I love thee; not because, Solomon
   81     O Christ, who art the Light and Day, St. Bartholomew
   82     O For a heart to praise my God, Stockton
   83     O help us, Lord; each hour of need, Bedford
   84     O Lord, turn not away thy face, St. Mary
   85     O Thou from whom all goodness flows, Harington
   86     O Thou who doest accord us, Innsbruck
   87     Saviour, when in dust to Thee, Aberystwyth
   88     Sinful, sighing to be blest, Tunbridge
   89     Soul of Jesus, make me whole, Anima Christi
   90     To my humble supplication, De Profundis
   91     Weary of earth and laden with my sin, Valor
   92     When, rising from the bed of death, Third Mode Melody
   93     The God of love my Shepherd is, University
   97     Dost thou truly seek renown, Das ist meine Freude
   98     Drop, drop, slow tears, Song 46
   99     Glory be to Jesus, Boundary
 100     Go to dark Gethsemane, Nicht so Traurig
 101     My God! my God! and can it be, Der Tag Bricht An
 102     O sacred head, sore wounded, Passion Chorale
 103     O sinner, raise the eye of faith, Allein Gott in der Hoh
 104     Servant of God, remember, Nun Lasst Uns Geh'n
 105     Sweet the moments, rich in blessing, Batty
 106     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
 107     When I survey the wondrous Cross, Rockingham
 108     Who is this with garments gory, Ebenezer
 109     O Thou who through this holy week, Cheshire
 110     See the destined day arise!, Nun Komm, Der Heiden Heiland
 111     O come and mourn with me awhile, St. Cross
 112     Forgive them, O my Father, St. Mary Magdalene
 113     Lord, when thy kingdom comes, Song 46
 114     The dying robber raised his aching brow, Old 124th
 115     At the cross her station keeping, Stabat Mater
 115/2  At the cross her station keeping, Christi Mutter Stund
 116     Throned upon the awful Tree, Arfon
 117     His are the thousand sparkling rills, Saffron Walden
 118     It is finished! Christ hath known, Jesu Meines Glaubens Zier
 119     And now, beloved Lord, thy soul resigning, Zu Meinem Herrn
 120     It is finished! Blessed Jesus, Omni Die
 121     By Jesus' grave on either hand, O Mensch Sieh
 122     Ye choirs of new Jerusalem, Montesano
 125     The Lamb's high banquet we await, Rex Gloriose
 126     A brighter dawn is breaking, Nun Lasst Uns Gott Dem Herren
 127     Alleluya! Alleluya!, Wurzburg
 128     At the Lamb's high feast we sing, Salzburg
 129     Christ the Lord is risen again, Orientis Partibus
 131     Come, ye faithful, raise the strain, Ave Virgo Virginum
 132     He is risen, he is risen, Gott Des Himmels
 133     Jesus Christ is risen today, Easter Hymn
 134     Jesus lives! thy terrors now, Christ ist erstanden
 134/2  Jesus lives! thy terrors now, St. Albinus
 135     Love's redeeming work is done, Savannah
 136     On the Resurrection morning, Resurrection Morning
 137     The Day of Resurrection!, Ellacombe
 138     Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise, Mach's Mit Mir Gott
 138/2  Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise, Dies Ist Der Tag
 139     Ye choirs of new Jerusalem, St. Fulbert
 140     Lord, in thy name thy servants plead, Lincoln
 141     Eternal Monarch, King most high, Gonfalon Royal
 142     O Christ, our joy, to whom is given, Gonfalon Royal
 143     Hail the day that sees him rise, Llanfair
 144     O Christ, our hope, our hearts' desire, Bromsgrove
 145     See the conqueror mounts in triumph, In Babilone
 146     Sing we triumphant hymns of praise, Tugwood
 147     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus (244)
 148     The Lord ascendeth up on high, Nun Freut Euch
 149     Thou art gone up on high, Old 25th
 150     When Christ our Lord has passed once more, Monte Cassino
 151     Rejoice! the year upon its way, Aeterna Christi Munera
 153     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator
 154     Come, O Creator Spirit, come, Veni Creator
 155     Come, thou holy Paraclete, Veni Sancte Spiritus
 156     Creator Spirit, by whose aid, Attwood
 157     Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed, Wicklow
 158     When God of old came down from heaven, Stroudwater
 159     Be present, Holy Trinity, Adesto Sancta Trinitas
 160     Father most holy, merciful and tender, Christe du Beistand
 161     Have mercy on us, God most high, St. Flavian
 162     Holy, holy. holy! Lord God Almighty!, Nicea
 163     O unity of threefold light, Old 22nd
 164     O Trinity of blessed light, Hilariter
 165     Father we praise thee, now the night is over, Christe Sanctorum
 166     Christ is gone up; yet ere he passed, St. David
 167     Pour out thy Spirit from on high, Duke Street
 168     The earth, O Lord, is one great field, Manchester
 169     Blessed City, heavenly Salem, Urss Coelestis
 170     Christ is made the sure Foundation, Urss Coelestis
 171     O Word of God above, St. Edmund
 173     All things are thine; no gift have we, Herr Jesu Christ
 174     Lord of Creation, bow thine ear, Annue Christe
 175     The eternal gift of Christ the King, Aeterna Christi Munera
 176     Let the round world with songs rejoice, Auctoritate Saeculi
 177     Captains of the saintly band, Harts
 178     Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth, Old 104th
 179     Come sing, ye choirs exultant, Ach Gott, vom Himmelreiche
 180     Martyr of God, whose strength was steeled, Leighton
 181     O God, thy soldiers' crown and guard, Deus Tuorum Militum
 182     The merits of the Saints, Das Herrlich Hohe Fest
 183     O glorious King of Martyr hosts, Rex Gloriose
 184     Blessed feasts of blessed Martyrs, Alta Trinita Beata
 186     Come, let us join the Church above, Balfour
 187     Let our choir new anthems raise, Weimar
 188     He, whose confession God of old accepted, Iste Confessor
 189     O Thou whose all-redeeming might, Auctoritatate Saeculi
 190     O Shepherd of the sheep, Carlisle
 193     The praises of that Saint we sing, St. Ambrose
 194     Receive, O Lord, in heaven above, St. Ambrose
 195     Another year completed, Bremen
 196     For all thy Saints, O Lord, Mount Ephraim
 197     Give me the wings of faith to rise, Song 67
 198     Hark! the sound of holy voices, Vision
 199     Thine bright these glorious spirits shine, Ballerma
 200     Joy and triumph everlasting, Psalm 42
 201     Psalms of glory, raiment bright, Boyce
 202     The Son of God goes forth to war, Stettin (Nun Seht)
 203     What are these that glow from afar, Ymdaith Mwngc
 204     Who are these, like stars appearing, All Saints
 205     Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult, Herald
 206     O Thou, who didst with love untold, Crediton
 207     We sing the glorious conquest, Llangloffan
 208     All prophets hail thee, Diva Servatrix
 209     Hail to the Lord who comes, Old 120th
 210     The highest and the holiest place, Jackson
 211     We praise thy name, all-holy Lord, Old 44th
 212     I bind unto myself today, St. Patrick
 213     Hail, O Star that pointest, Ave Maris Stella
 219     Lord God of Hosts, within whose hand, Falkland
 220     The Saint who first found grace to pen, Brockham
 221     The winter's sleep was long and deep, King's Langley
 222     The Son of Consolation!, Rhyddid
 223     Let thine example, holy John, remind us, Herr, Deinen Zorn
 224     E'en in thy childhood, 'mid the desert places, Herr, Deinen Zorn
 225     Hail, harbinger of morn, Hail harbinger of morn
 226     With golden splendour , Childhood
 227     Forsaken once, and thrice denied, Childhood
 228     Now in holy celebration, Oriel
 229     Portal of the world's salvation, Collaudemus
 230     Sing we all the joys and sorrows, Collaudemus
 232     Lord, who shall sit beside thee, Christus Der Ist Mein
 233     An image of that heavenly light, Nostre Dieu
 234     O Light of light, by love inclined, Whitehall
 235     O Master, it is good to be, Tallis' Lamentation
 236     Tis good, Lord, to be here!, Carlisle
 237     O let the heart beat high with bliss, Cromer
 238     Jesu! the very though is sweet, Jesu Dulcis Memoria
 239     Saints of God! Lo, Jesu's people, Sussex
 240     He sat to watch o'er customs paid, Alfreton
 241     Thee, O Christ, the Father's splendour, Neander
 242     Christ, the fair glory of the Angels, Coelites Plaudant
 243     Around the throne of God a band, Solothurn
 244     O God the Son eternal, thy dread might, St. Michael New
 245     Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright, Quedlinburg
 246     They come, God's messengers of love, Daniel
 247     Saviour, who didst healing give, Jesus Ist Das Schonste Licht
 248     Thou who sentest thine Apostles, Bryntiron
 249     O Saviour Jesu, not alone, Deo Gracias
 250     If there be that skills to reckon, Lewes
 251     O heavenly Jerusalem, Paderborn
 252     Our Father's home eternal, Au Fort De Ma Detresse
 253     Spouse of Christ, in arms contending, Gott Will's Machen
 256     At Thy feet, O Christ, we lay, Voller Wunder
 257     Awake, my soul, and with the sun, Morning Hymn
 258     Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Ministres De L'Eternel
 259     Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I go, Angel's Song
 260     New every morning is the love, Melcombe
 263     Blest are the moments, doubly blest, Warrington
 264     Before the ending of the day, Te Lucis Ante Terminum
 265     As now the sun's declining rays, St. Nicholas
 266     At even when the sun was set, Angelus
 267     Glory to thee, my God, this night, Tallis' Canon
 268     God, that madest earth and heaven, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 269     O gladsome light, O grace, Nunc Dimittis
 270     Holy Father, cheer our way, Ton-Man
 271     O strength and stay upholding all creation, School House
 272     Round me falls the night, Seelenbrautigam
 273     Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise, Magda
 274     Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, Birling
 274/2  Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, Herr Gott Vater
 275     Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go, Lodsworth
 276     The day is past and over, Hominum Amator
 277     The day thou gavest Lord, is ended, Les Commandemens Dieu
 278     The duteous day now closeth, Innsbruck
 279     The radiant morn hath passed away, Gaza
 280     The sun is sinking fast, Speer
 281     Through the day thy love has spared us, Dretzel
 282     Now the busy week is done, Jesu, Meine Zuversicht
 283     Most glorious Lord of life, Farley Castle
 284     O day of rest and gladness, Herzlich Thut Mich Erfreuen
 285     Another year is dawning, Cherry Tree
 286     For thy mercy and thy grace, Culbach
 287     Kindly spring again is here, Da Christus Geboren
 288     The summer days are come again, Soll's Sein
 289     Come, ye thankful people, come, St. George
 290     Fair waved the golden corn, Selma
 291     O sing to the Lord, 67th Psalm
 292     To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, St. Gall
 293     We plough the fields and scatter, Wir Pflugen
 294     The year is swiftly waning, Devonshire
 295     Tis winter now; the fallen snow, Danby
 296     Hark, my soul, how everything, Lyne
 297     The spacious firmament on high, London (Addison)
 298     Thou art, O God, the life and light, New 113th
 299     When spring unlocks the flowers, Gosterwood
 300     According to thy gracious word, Bangor
 301     Alleluya, sing to Jesus, Hyfrydol
 302     And now, O Father, mindful of the love, Song 1
 303     Author of life divine, Lovely
 304     Bread of heaven, on thee we food, Christopher
 305     Bread of the world in mercy broken, Rendez a Dieu
 306     Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness, Schmucke Dich
 307     Draw nigh, and take the Body of the Lord, Draw Nigh
 308     Father, see thy children bending at thy throne, Adoro Te (No. 2)
 309     For the beauty of the earth, England's Lane
 310     From glory to glory advancing, Sheen
 312     Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face, Congleton
 314     Holy Jesus! God of love!, Freuen Wir Uns
 315     Jesu, gentlest Saviour, Eudoxia
 315/2  Jesu, gentlest Saviour, Caswall
 316     Just as I am, without one plea, Saffron Walden
 318     Let all mortal flesh, Picardy
 319     Lord, enthroned in heavenly beauty, Bryn Calfaria
 320     My God, and is thy Table spread, Simeon
 321     O food of men wayfaring, In Allen Meinen Thaten
 322     O lead my blindness by the hand, Leicester
 323     O most merciful!, Schonster Herr Jesu
 324     O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray, Ffigysbren
 325     O Word immortal of eternal God, Song 24
 326     Of the glorious Body telling, Tantum Ergo (No 2)
 327     Once, only once, and once for all, Albano
 328     See, Father, thy beloved Son, Hymnus Eucharisticus
 329     Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands, Ach Gott Und Herr
 330     The Word of God, proceeding forth, O Salutaris
 331     Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee, Adoro Te
 332     There is a fountain filled with Blood, Windsor
 333     Victim Divine, thy grace we claim, Coleraine (Vicenza)
 334     We pray thee, heavenly Father, Caerlleon
 335     Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants, Christe Fons Jugis
 336     Blessed Jesu! here we stand, Liebster Jesu
 337     In token that thou shalt not fear, St. Stephen
 338     Lord Jesu Christ, our Lord most dear, In Einen Kripplein Lag Ein
 339     With Christ we share a mystic grave, Farrant
 340     Behold us, Lord, before thee met, Lambeth
 341     My God, accept my heart this day, St. James
 342     Lord, in thy presence dread and sweet, Advent
 343     O Thou who camest from above, Affection
 344     Thine for ever! God of love, Horsham
 345     O Father all creating, Dank Sei Gott in Der Hohe
 346     O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, Welwyn
 347     O Thou who gavest power to love, Kent
 348     The voice that breathed o'er Eden, St. Alphege
 349     Thou, Lord, hast power to heal, Dolgelly
 350     Christ, enthroned in highest heaven, Ad Perennis Virae Fontem
 352     Father of spirits, whose divine control, Old 124th
 353     Gentle Shepherd, thou hast stilled, Jesu Meines Glaubens Zier
 354     Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims, Wigton
 355     In Paradise reposing, Hambridge
 356     Jesu, Son of Mary, Dun Aluinn
 357     Lord Jesu, who at Lazarus' tomb, Song 18
 358     Now the labourer's toils are o'er, Pressburg (Nicht So Traurig)
 359     O Lord, to whom the spirits live, South Cerney
 360     What sweet of life endureth, Christus Der Ist Mein Leben
 361     A few more years shall roll, Leominster
 362     A safe stronghold our God is still, Ein' Feste Burg
 363     Abide with me, Eventide
 364     All hail the power of Jesu's name, Miles Lane
 365     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
 366     Art thou weary, art thou languid, Cuttle Mills
 367     As pants the hart for cooling streams, Martyrdom
 368     At the name of Jesus, King's Weston
 369     Be thou my Guardian and my Guide, Abridge
 370     Blest are the pure in heart, Franconia
 371     Brief life is here our portion, Thule
 372     Bright the vision that delighted, Redhead No. 46
 373     Children of the heavenly King, Melling
 374     Children, seek not yet repose, Morgenglanz Der Ewigkeit
 375     City of God, how broad and far, Richmond
 376     Come, let us join our cheerful songs, Cheerful
 377     Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, Louez Dieu
 378     Come, O thou Traveller unknown, David's Harp
 379     Come unto me, ye weary, Rusper
 380     Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem, Neander
 381     Crown him with many crowns, Milites
 381/2  Crown him with many crowns, Corona
 382     Days and moments quickly flying, Goldschmidt
 383     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Repton
 384     Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round, Song 1
 385     Father, hear the prayer we offer, Sussex
 386     Father of all, to thee, Warsaw
 387     Father of heaven, whose love profound, Das Leiden Des Herrn
 388     Fierce was the wild billow, St. Issey
 389     Fight the good fight with all thy might, Shepton-Beauchamp
 390     Firmly I believe and truely, Shipston
 391     For ever with the Lord, Llanllyfni
 392     For thee, O dear, dear country, Magdalena
 393     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Austrian Hymn
 394     God moves in a mysterious way, London New
 395     God of mercy, God of grace, Heathlands
 396     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Dian
 397     Guide me, O thou great Redeemer, Caersalem
 398     Happy are they, they that love God, Binchester
 399     Hark! hark, my soul!, Pilgrims of the night
 400     Hark, my soul! it is the Lord, White Ladies Aston
 401     He wants not friends that hath thy love, Cameronian Midnight Hymn
 402     He who would valiant be, Monks Gate
 403     Hold thou my hands!, Miserere Mei
 404     How shall I sing that Majesty, Old 137th
 405     How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 406     I look to thee in every need, O Jesu
 407     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio
 408     Immortal love for ever full, Bishopthorpe
 409     In the Cross of Christ I glory, Wychbold
 410     In the hour of my distress, Holy Comfort
 411     Jerusalem on high, Christchurch
 412     Jerusalem the golden, Ewing
 413     Jesu, grant me this, I pray, Song 13
 414     Jesu, Lover of my soul, Hollingside
 414/2  Jesu, Lover of my soul, Aberystwyth
 415     Jesu, meek and gentle, Belsize
 416     Jesu, meek and lowly, St. Martins (Ett)
 417     Jesu, my Lord, my God, my All, Gesius
 418     Jesu, name all names above, Werde Munter
 419/2  O Jesu, King most wonderful, King's Norton
 420     Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Truro
 421     Jesus, these eyes have never seen, Nun Danket All
 422     Jesus, where'er thy people meet, St. Sepulchre
 423     Judge eternal, throned in splendour, Rhuddlan
 424     King of glory, King of peace, Gwalchmai
 425     Lead, kindly light, Lux Benigna
 426     Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Mannheim
 427     Let all the world in every corner sing, High Road
 428     Let saints on earth in concert sing, Dundee
 429     Lift up your hearts!, Birmingham
 430     Lighten the darkness of our life's long night, Erfyniad
 431     Lights abode, celestial Salem, Regent Square
 432     Long did I toil, and knew no earthly rest, Battle
 433     Lord, it belongs not to my care, Dibdin
 434     Lord of all being, throned afar, Uffingham
 435     Lord of our life, and God of our nation, Iste Confessor
 436     Lord, thy word abideth, Ravenshaw
 437     Love Divine, all loves excelling, Moriah
 438     Love of the Father, love of God the Son, Song 22
 439     My faith looks up to thee, Denbigh
 440     My God and Father, while I stray, Layriz (Ins Feld Geh)
 441     My God, how wonderful thou art, Westminster
 442     My Lord, my Life, my Love, Song 20
 443     My Spirit longs for thee, Maria Jung Und Zart
 444     Nearer, my God, to thee, Horbury
 445     O for a closer walk with God, Caithness
 445/2  O for a closer walk with God, Stracathro
 446     O for a thousand tongues to sing, O God of love
 447     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Burford
 448     O God of mercy, God of might, Fitzwilliam
 449     O God of truth, whose living word, Martyrs
 450     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 451     O God, thy power is wonderful, Melrose
 452     O happy band of pilgrims, Knecht
 453     O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace, Tallis' Ordinal
 454     O King enthroned on high, Temple
 455     O let him whose sorrow, Clewer
 456     O Lord, and Master of us all, Blackbourne
 457     O Lord, how happy should we be, Magdalen College
 458     O Lord of hosts, all heaven possessing, Neumark
 459     O Love, how deep, how broad, how high, Eisenach
 460     O Love, who formedst me to wear, Christchurch
 461     O praise our great and gracious Lord, Old 81st
 462     O quickly come, dread Judge of all, Vater Unser
 463     O thou in all thy might so far, Crowle
 464     O thou not made with hands, Old 120th
 465     O what their joy and their glory must be, Regnator Orbis
 466     O worship the King, Hanover
 467     Oft in danger, oft in woe, University College
 468     Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin?, Song 46
 469     Pleasant are thy courts above, Benevento
 470     Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Praise my Soul ©
 471     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Richmond
 472     Pray that Jerusalem may have, York
 473     Pray when the morn is breaking, Meirionydd
 474     Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Wigton
 475     Rejoice, O land, in God thy might, Wareham
 476     Rejoice, the Lord is King, Gopsal
 477     Rock of ages, cleft for me, Redhead No. 76
 478     Sing praise to God who reigns above, Wittenberg
 479     Soldiers of Christ, arise, St. Ethelwald
 480     Soldiers, who are Christ's below, Orientis Partibus
 481     Songs of praise the Angels sang, Riley
 483     Strong Son of God, immortal Love, Song 5
 484     Take up thy cross, the Saviour said, Breslau
 485     Teach me, my God and King, Sandys
 486     Ten thousand times ten thousand, Komm, Seele
 487     That day of wrath, that dreadful day, Babylon's Streams
 488     The Church of God a kingdom is, Capel
 489     The Church's one foundation, Aurelia
 490     The King of love my Shepherd is, St. Columba
 491     The Lord my pasture shall prepare, Surrey
 492     The Lord will come and not be slow, Coleshill
 493     The roseate hues of early dawn, Old 107th
 495     The world is very evil, Pearsall
 496     There is a blessed home, 7th Mode Melody
 496/2  There is a blessed home, Hawarden
 497     There is a book who runs may read, Relief
 498     There is a land of pure delight, Mendip
 499     There's a wideness in God's mercy, Zum Frieden
 500     They whose course on earth is o'er, Vienna
 501     Three in One, and One in Three, Capetown
 502     Through all the changing scenes of life, Wiltshire
 504     Thy kingdom come! on bended knee, Irish
 505     Thy way, not mine, O Lord, Psalm 32
 506     To Mercy, Pity, Peace, and Love, Epsom
 507     To the name that brings salvation, Oriel
 508     We love the place, O God, Quam Dilecta
 509     We saw thee not when thou didst come, Farmborough
 510     We sing the praise of him who died, Calvisius
 511     When all thy mercies, O my God, Belgrave
 512     When morning gilds the skies, O Seigneur
 513     When our heads are bowed with woe, Redhead No. 47
 514     Who is this so weak and helpless, Llansanna
 515     Wilt thou forgive that sin, by man begun, So Giebst Du (Dresden)
 516     Work is sweet, for God has blest, Voller Wunder
 517     Ye holy Angels bright, Darwall's 148th
 518     Ye servants of the Lord, Narenza
 519     Ye watchers and ye holy ones, Lasst Uns Erfreuen
 520     Holy Father, in thy mercy, Eastergate
 521     O Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea, Es Ist Kein Tag
 522     We give thee but thine own, Windermere
 523     Lord, behold us with thy blessing, Dismissal
 524     God be with you till we meet again, Randolph
 525     From thee all skill and science flow, Farnham
 525/2  From thee all skill and science flow, Culross
 526     Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old, St. Matthew
 527     Thou to whom the sick and dying, St. Leonard
 528     Father of men, in whom are one, Exeter
 529     Son of God, eternal Saviour, Lugano
 530     Lord of life, and King of glory, Calvary
 531     Father, who on man dost shower, Charing
 532     Let us, with a gladsome mind, Monkland
 533     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
 534     Praise the Lord of heaven, Laus Tibi Christe
 535     Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him, Praise
 536     Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, Hast Du Denn, Jesu
 537     Rejoice today with one accord, Ein' Feste Burg
 538     Father, to thee we look in all our sorrow, L'omnipotent
 539     O Lord of hosts, who didst upraise, Llangoedmor
 540     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 541     Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep, White Gates
 542     How are thy servants blest, O Lord, Kilmarnock
 543     Lord, the wind and sea obey thee, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 545     Thy hand, O God, has guided, Thornbury
 546     Fling out the banner!, Cathcart
 547     From Greenland's icy mountain, Calcutta
 548     God is working his purposes, Purpose
 549     Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass, Praetorius (Fur Dein)
 550     O North, with all thy vales of Green, Auch Jetzt Macht
 551     Saviour, sprinkle many nations, Hope
 552     Spread, O spread, thou mighty word, Gott Sei Dank
 553     Thou whose almighty Word, Moscow
 554     Thy kingdom come, O God, Kingsland
 555     Dismiss me not thy service, Lord, Brunswick
 556     Go, labour on; spend, and be spent, Llangollen (Lledrod)
 557     From foes that would the land devour, Isleworth
 558     God of our fathers, known of old, Folkingham
 559     God of our fathers, unto thee, Etona
 560     God save our gracious Queen, National Anthem
 561     Lord, while for all mankind we pray, Aberdeen
 562     O God of earth and altar, King's Lynn
 563     Once to every man and nation, Yn Y Glyn
 564     The King, O God, his heart, Donne Secours
 565     To thee our God we fly, Croft's 136th
 566     When wilt thou save the people?, Kendal
 567     Beneath the Cross of Jesus, Gloria
 568     Daily, daily sing the praises, Daily, daily
 569     Evensong is hushed in silence, Evening Hymn
 570     Ho! my comrades, see the signal, Hold the fort
 571     Holy Ghost, come down upon thy children, Bossiney
 572     I could not do without thee, Gosterwood
 573     I hear thy welcome voice, I hear thy welsome
 574     I heard the voice of jesus say, Kingsfold
 575     I lay my sins on Jesus, Prysgol
 576     I need thee, precious Jesu, Prysgol
 577     O Jesus, I have promised, Missionary Hymn
 578     O Jesu, thou art standing, In Der Wiegen
 579     Rest of the weary, Fortunatus
 580     Safe in the arms of jesus, Arms of Jesus
 581     Stand up! stand up for Jesus, Morning Light
 582     Take my life, and let it be, Ives
 583     Tell me the old, old story, W.H. Doane
 584     There were ninety and nine, The ninety and nine
 585     Thou didst leave thy throne, Margaret
 586     Advent tells us, Christ is near, Keine Schonheit Had Die Welt
 587     All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
 588     Behold a little Child, Wesley
 589     Do no sinful action, Newland
 590     Every morning the red sun, Langdale
 591     Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, Farnaby
 591/2  Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, Lew Trenchard
 592     Hail the sign, the Sign of Jesus, Groombridge
 593     Heavenly Father, send thy blessing, Pleading Saviour
 594     I love to hear the story, Gosterwood
 595     I think when I read that sweet story of old, East Horndon
 596     In our work and in our play, Lyne
 597     It is a thing most wonderful, Herongate
 598     Jesus, good above all other, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 599     Jesu, tender shepherd, hear me, Shipston
 600     Little drops of water, Gott Ein Vater
 601     Lord, I would own thy tender care, Eardisley
 602     Loving Shepherd of thy sheep, Gentle Jesus
 603     Now the day is over, Euxodia
 604     O dearest Lord, by all adored, Mit Freuden Zart
 605     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 606     Sing to the Lord the children's hymn, St. Hugh
 607     There's a Friend for little children, Ingrave
 608     There is a happy land, Happy Land
 609     Through the night thy Angels kept, Peacefield
 610     We are but little children poor, Puer Nobis Nascitur
 611     When Christ was born in Bethlehem, Rodmell
 612     Who is he in yonder stall, Resonet in Laudibus
 613     Of the Father's heart begotten, Divinum Mysterium
 614     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
 615     From the eastern mountains, Sutton Valence
 616     Hail, thou Source of every blessing, Rex Gloriae
 619     Come, faithful people, come away, C. Bicknell
 620     Ride on! ride on in majesty!, Winchester New
 622     All glory, laud, and honour, St. Theodulph
 623     Now my soul, thy voice upraising, St. Thomas
 624     Hail thee, Festival Day!, Salve Festa Dies
 625     The strife is o'er, the battle done, Victory
 626     Alleluya!, O Filii et Filiae
 627     The Lord is risen indeed!, Narenza
 629     O King most high of earth and sky, Parsifal
 631     Spirit of mercy, truth, and love, Melcombe
 632     Eternal Light, Divinity, Montgomery
 633     All hail, adored Trinity, Mont Richard
 635     Eternal Power, whose high abode, O Jesu Mi Dulcissime
 636     Only-Begotten, Word of God eternal, Iste Confessor (2)
 637     Lo! God is here! let us adore, Old 117th
 638     Jerusalem, my happy home, St. Austin
 638/2  Thy Saints are crowned with glory great, Southill
 638/3  Quiet through the streets with silver sound, Stalham
 638/4  Quiet through the streets with silver sound, Dunstan
 639     The Church triumphant in thy love, Eatington
 640/2  Virgin born, we bow before thee, Urquell Aller Seligkeiten
 641     For all the Saints who from their labours rest, Sine Nomine
 641/2  For all the Saints who from their labours rest, Luccombe
 642     Forward! be our watchword, Upwick
 643     Onward Christian Soldiers, Haydn
 643/2  Onward Christian Soldiers, St. Gertrude
 644     Rejoice, ye pure in heart, Ich Halte Treulich Still
 645     Saviour, blessed Saviour, Nous Allons
 646     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
 647     God the Father, God the Son, Tres Magi De Gentibus

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