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Mission Praise, 2005

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     1     A new commandment I give unto you, Roy Cabtree
     2     A safe stronghold our God is still, Ein' Feste Burg
     4     Abide with me; fast falls the eventide, Eventide
     7     All creatures of our God and King, Lasst Uns Erfreuen
     9     All glory, laud, and honor, St. Theodulph
   13     All hail the power of Jesus' name, Miles Lane
   13/2  All hail the power of Jesu's name, Diadem
   15     All heaven waits, G. Kendrick & C. Rowlinson ©
   16     All my hope on God is founded, Michael ©
   19     All praise to our redeeming Lord, Lucius
   20     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
   22     All the way my Savior leads me, Robert Lowry
   23     All things bright and beautiful, All things bright
   23/2  All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
   24     All things praise thee, Lord most high, Te Laudant Omnia
   25     All to Jesus I surrender, Winfield S. Weeden
   26     All you that pass by, Wareham
   29     Alleluia (x8), Betty Pulkingham
   31     Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, Amazing Grace
   33     And can it be that I should gain, Sagina
   34     Angel voices ever singing, Angel Voices
   35     Angels, from the realms of glory, Iris
   39     As with gladness men of old, Dix
   41     At the Name of Jesus, Evelyns
   43     At even, ere the sun was set, Angelus
   47     Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, Cradle Song
   48     Be still and know that I am God, Anon
   51     Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart, Slane
   53     Because your love is better than life, Phil Potter ©
   55     Beneath the cross of Jesus, St. Christopher
   57     Bless the Lord, O my soul (Fudge), Anon
   59     Blessed assurance, Blessed Assurance
   60     Blest be the tie that binds, Dennis
   63     Break forth into joy, Anon
   64     Break thou the bread of life, Lathbury
   65     Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Epiphany Hymn
   67     Breathe on me, Breath of God, Trentham
   70     Children of Jerusalem, Children's Praise
   71     Child in the manger, Bunessan
   73     Christ is made the sure foundation, Westminster Abbey
   74     Christ is risen, Alleluia!, Morgenlied
   75     Christ is surely coming, Land of Hope and Glory
   76     Christ the Lord is risen today (Wesley), Easter Hymn
   79     Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Ratisbon
   80     Christians, awake! salute the happy morn, Yorkshire
   81     Clap your hands, you people all, Ephraim
   86     Come and see the shining hope, Marching through Georgia
   88     Come, bless the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord, Anon
   90     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator ©
   92     Come, let us praise the Lord, Chilean Venite
   93     Come, let us join our cheerful songs, Nativity
   94     Come, let us sing of a wonderful love, Wonderful Love
   96     Come, let us worship Christ, I am the bread of life ©
   98     Come now with awe, Finlandia ©
 101     Come sing the praise of Jesus, American Traditional
 102     Come, thou long-expected Jesus, Stuttgart
 103     Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem, Neander
 106     Come, ye thankful people, come, St. George's Windsor
 107     Cradled in a manger, Pleading Saviour
 107/2  Cradled in a manger, St. Winifred
 109     Crown him with many crowns, Diademata
 111     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Repton
 114     Ding dong! merrily on high, Branle De L'Official
 122     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 126     Facing a task unfinished, Aurelia
 130     Father God, the Lord, Creator, Waltham
 132     Father, hear the prayer we offer, Sussex
 136     Father, sending your anointed Son, St. Andrew
 142     Father, we love you, we worship and adore you, Donna Adkins ©
 143     Fight the good fight with all thy might, Duke Street
 146     Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, St. Fulbert
 146/2  Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, Richmond
 147     Fill your hearts with joy and gladness, Richmond
 148     For all the saints who from their labors rest, Sine Nomine
 152     For the beauty of the earth, England's Lane
 154     For the might of thine arm we bless thee, Mountain Christians
 156     For unto us a child is born (Burt), Anon
 159     Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go, Angel's Song
 160     Forty days and forty nights, Heilein
 166     Give me a sight, O Savior, Katherine A.M. Kelly
 167     Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning, A. Sevison
 168     Give me the faith which can remove, Giessen
 171     Give to our God immortal praise, Rimington
 173     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Austria
 175     Glory be to God in heaven, Regent Square
 176     Glory to thee, my God, this night, Tallis' Canon
 179     Go tell it on the mountain, Traditional
 183     God holds the key, George C. Stebbins
 184     God is building a house, Anon
 186     God is in his temple, Groningen
 189     God is working his purpose out, Benson
 192     God of grace and God of glory, Westminster Abbey
 192/2  God of grace and God of glory, Rhuddlan
 193     God moves in a mysterious way, London New
 194     God save our gracious Queen, National Anthem
 196     Good Christian men, rejoice, In Dulci Jubilo
 197     Great God of wonders, all thy ways, Carey (Surrey)
 198     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Charity
 200     Great is thy faithfulness, William M. Runyan ©
 201     Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, Cwm Rhondda
 202     Hail the day that sees him rise, Llanfair
 203     Hail, thou once-despised Jesus, Lux Eoi
 204     Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Cruger
 207     Alleluia, sing to Jesus, Hallelujah
 209     Hark, my soul! it is the Lord, St. Bees
 210     Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes, St. Saviour
 211     Hark, the herald angels sing, Mendelssohn
 212     Have thine own way, Lord, George C. Stebbins
 219     He that is in us, Graham Kendrick ©
 220     He is Lord, he is Lord, Marvin Frey
 224     He who would valiant be, Monks Gate
 225     He's got the whole world in his hands, D.J. Crawshaw
 226     Healing God, almighty Father, Hyfrydol
 228     Here from the world we turn, Tryst
 230     Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face, Toulon
 231     Hevenu shalom, Israel Traditional Song
 232     His hands were pierced, Douglas Woods
 233     His Name is higher, Anonymous
 237     Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty, Nicea
 239     Holy, holy, holy is the Lord (Warren), Anonymous
 243     How firm a foundation, Montgomery
 244     How good is the God we adore, Celeste
 245     How great is our God, Anonymous
 247     How lovely is thy dwelling-place (Asprey), Scottish Traditional Melody
 248     How lovely is thy dwelling-place (Burt), Anonymous
 249     How lovely on the mountains are the feet of him, Leonard E. Smith
 250     How shall they hear, who have not heard, William H. Gladstone
 251     How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 253     Hushed was the evening hymn, Samuel
 254     I am a new creation, Dave Bilbrough ©
 257     I am not skilled to understand, Ewhurst
 258     I am trusting thee, Lord Jesus, Bullinger
 261     I am the bread of life, S. Suzanne Toolan ©
 262     I am waiting for the dawning, There's A Light
 263     I am weak but thou art strong, Spiritual
 266     I cannot tell why he, whom angels, Londonderry Air
 272     I have decided to follow Jesus, Anon
 275     I heard the voice of Jesus say, Vox Dilecti
 275/2  I heard the voice of Jesus say, Kingsfold
 278     I know that my Redeemer lives, Church Triumphant
 278/2  I know that my Redeemer lives, Philippine
 279     I know not why God's wondrous grace, James McGranahan
 288     I need thee every hour, I Need Thee
 293     I sing the almighty power of God, Jackson
 296     I stand amazed in the presence, My Saviour's Love
 302     I want to walk with Jesus Christ, Swiss Melody
 312     I will rejoice in you, Anonymous
 315     I will sing the wondrous story, Hyfrydol
 317     I will wait upon the Lord, Andy Silver ©
 320     I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Monmouth
 322     I'm confident of this very thing, Anonymous
 323     I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, Jackson
 327     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio
 328     Immortal love for ever full, Stracathro
 329     In Christ there is no East or West, St. Stephen
 330     In full and glad surrender, St. Alphege
 331     In heavenly love abiding, Penlan
 333     In loving-kindness Jesus came, Charles H. Gabriel
 337     In the bleak midwinter, Cranham
 338     In the Cross of Christ I glory, St. Oswald
 339     In the name of Jesus (Fudge), Anonymous
 342     Infant holy, Infant lowly, Infant Holy
 345     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
 346     It is a thing most wonderful, Brookfield
 347     It may be at morn, O Lord Jesus How Long
 349     It passeth knowledge, that dear love of thine, It Passeth Knowledge
 352     I've found a Friend; O such a Friend, Constance
 353     I've got peace like a river, Traditional
 354     Jehovah Jireh, Merla Watson ©
 357     Jesus Christ is risen today, Llanfair
 358     Jesus Christ is alive today, Anon
 359     Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult, St. Andrew
 362     Jesus, I am resting, resting, Tranquility
 372     Jesus, lover of my soul, Aberystwyth
 373     Jesus lives! thy terrors now, St. Albinus
 377     Jesus, Prince and Savior, St. Gertrude
 379     Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Truro
 380     Jesus, stand among us, Caswell
 383     Jesus the Lord of love and life, Maryton
 384     Jesus, the Lord sad, "I am the bread", Yisu Ne Kaha
 385     Jesus the name high over all, Lydia
 386     Jesus, the very thought of thee, St Agnes
 392     Join all the glorious names, St. Godric
 393     Joy to the world! The Lord is come, Antioch
 395     Judge eternal, throned in splendor, Rhuddlan
 396     Just as I am, without one plea, Woodworth
 396/2  Just as I am, without one plea, Misericordia
 397     King of glory, King of peace, Gwalchmai
 399     Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom, Sandon
 400     Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Mannheim
 401     Let all that is within me, Anonymous
 409     Let saints on earth in concert sing, Dundee
 414     Let us break bread together on our knees, Calhoun Melody
 415     Let us with a gladsome mind, Monkland
 416     Lift Jesus higher, Anonymous
 421     Like a river glorious, Wye Valley
 424     Lo, he comes with clouds descending, Helmsley
 426     Look, ye saints! the sight is glorious, Triumph
 431     Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor, St. Helen
 433     Lord, I was blind; I could not see, Saxby
 433/2  Lord, I was blind; I could not see, Bodmin
 434     Lord, it is eventide, Christ's own peace
 438     Lord, may we see, Jerusalem ©
 439     Lord of all being, throned afar, Maryton
 439/2  Lord of all being, throned afar, Ombersley
 441     Lord of our life, and God of our salvation, Cloisters
 442     Lord of the Church, we pray for our renewing, Londonderry Air
 444     Lord, speak to me, that I may speak, Whitburn
 446     Lord, thy word abideth, Ravenshaw
 449     Love divine, all loves excelling, Blaenwern
 450     Love lifted me, Love lifted me
 452     Loved with everlasting love, Everlasting Love
 453     Low in the grave he lay, Christ Arose
 455     Make me a captive, Lord, Leominster
 458     Man of sorrows, wrapped in grief, Gethsemane
 459     Master, speak, thy servant heareth, Magister
 463     May the mind of Christ my Savior, St. Leonards ©
 467     Morning has broken, Bunessan
 468     My God, how wonderful thou art, Westminster
 469     My faith looks up to thee, Olivet
 470     My goal is God himself, Morecambe
 471     My God, I thank thee, who hast made, Wentworth
 473     My hope is built on nothing less, St. Catherine
 479     My soul doth magnify the Lord, Anonymous
 480     New every morning is the love, Melcombe
 481     Name of all majesty, Majestas ©
 482     Nearer, my God, to thee, Propior Deo
 485     Now I have found the ground wherein, Anchor
 486     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
 487     Not what these hands have done, St. Beunes
 490     O come, let us adore him, Adeste Fideles
 491     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
 493     O come, O come Emmanuel, Veni Immanuel
 494     O for a closer walk with God, Cheshire
 495     O for a heart to praise my God, Abridge
 496     O for a thousand tongues to sing, Lyngham
 498     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 501     O Jesus, I have promised, Day of Rest
 503     O little town of Bethlehem, Christmas Carol ©
 503/2  O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green
 506     O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder, Stuart K. Hine ©
 514     O Love of God, how strong and true, Martham
 515     O Love that wilt not let me go, St. Margaret
 516     O my Savior, lifted, Derby
 517     O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, O Perfect Love
 518     O praise ye the Lord! praise him in the height, Houghton
 519     O Savior Christ, I now confess, Walton
 520     O sacred head, once wounded, Passion Chorale
 521     O teach me what it meaneth, Rutherford
 522     O the deep, deep love of Jesus, Ebenezer
 524     O the bitter shame and sorrow, St. Jude
 525     O thou who camest from above, Wilton
 527     O Word of God incarnate, Bentley
 528     O worship the King all glorious above, Hanover
 529     O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, Sanctissimus
 532     O! O! O! how good is the Lord, Anonymous
 533     Oft in danger, oft in woe, University College
 536     On a hill far away, George Bernard
 537     On Christmas night all Christians sing, Sussex Carol
 538     On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Winchester New
 539     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 540     One day when heaven was filled with his praises, Charles H. Marsh
 542     One there is above all others, well deserves, Gounod
 543     Onward, Christian soldiers, St. Gertrude
 544     Open my eyes that I may see, Open my eyes
 548     Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed, St. Cuthbert
 549     Our eyes have seen the glory, American Traditional
 551     Out of my bondage, Jesus, I come
 552     Our Father who is in heaven, Caribbean Lord's Prayer
 554     Peace is flowing like a river, Anonymous
 555     Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin, Pax Tecum
 555/2  Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin, Song 46
 559     Praise him praise him! Jesus, our blessed Redeemer, Praise Him
 560     Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Praise, my soul ©
 563     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Gerontius
 564     Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation, Lobe Den Herren
 567     Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Nox Praecessit
 573     Rejoice and be glad! the Redeemer hath come, John J. Husband
 575     Rejoice, the Lord is King, Gopsal
 577     Rejoice in the Lord always, Traditional
 578     Revive thy work, O Lord, Swabia
 580     Ride on, ride on in majesty, St. Drostane
 582     Rock of ages, cleft for me, Petra
 582/2  Rock of ages, cleft for me, Toplady
 584     Savior, again to thy dear name we raise, Ellers
 586     Savior, thy dying love, Phelps
 587     Search me, O God, and know, Maori Melody
 588     See amid the winter's snow, Humility
 593     Send forth the gospel! Let it run, Ombersley
 595     Set my spirit free, Anonymous
 597     Silent night! Holy night!, Stille Nacht
 598     Silver and gold, Anonymous
 600     Sing to God new songs of worship, Ode to Joy
 602     Sing we the King, The Glory Song
 604     Soldiers of Christ, arise, From Strength to Strength
 607     Souls of men! why will ye scatter, Cross of Jesus
 608     Speak, Lord, in the stillness, Quietude
 611     Spirit of holiness, wisdom and faithfulness, Blow the wind Southerly
 614     Spirit divine, attend our prayers, Emmaus ©
 615     Stand up, and bless the Lord, St. Michael
 617     Stand up, stand up for Jesus, Morning Light
 618     Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear, Abends
 620     Sweet is the work, my God, my King, Deep Harmony
 622     Take, eat, this is my Body, Paul Simmons ©
 623     Take heart and praise our God, David Mowbray
 624     Take my life, and let it be, Nottingham
 625     Take time to be holy, George C. Stebbins
 626     Teach me thy way, O Lord, The Path Divine
 628     Tell me the old, old story, Tell Me
 629     Tell me the stories of Jesus, Stories of Jesus
 631/2  Tell out, my soul, the greatness of the Lord, Woodlands
 633     Thank you, Jesus, Alison Revell
 638     Thank you, God, for sending Jesus, Anonymous
 640     The Church's one foundation, Aurelia
 641     The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, St. Clement
 644     The first Nowell the angel did say, The First Nowell
 645     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
 647     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus
 649     The King of love my Shepherd is, Dominus Regit Me
 651     The kingdom of God is justice and joy, Hanover
 653     The Lord has given, Anonymous
 656     The Lord is King! lift up thy voice, Church Triumphant
 656/2  The Lord is King! lift up thy voice, Niagara
 660     The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want, Crimond
 664     The Spirit lives to set us free, Damien Lundy
 670     The strife is o'er, the battle done, Victory ©
 671     There is a fountain filled with blood, St. Mary
 674     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
 676     There is no love like the love of Jesus, The love of Jesus
 679     There's a light upon the mountains, Maurice L. Wostenholm
 680     There's a song for all the children, In Memoriam
 682     There's a way back to God, E.H. Swinstead
 683     There's a wideness in God's mercy, Cross of Jesus
 689     Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son, Maccabaeus
 693     Thou art the everlasting word, Palmyra
 695     Thou art the way: to thee alone, St. James
 697     Thou didst leave thy throne and thy kingly crown, Margaret
 698     Thou, Lord, hast given thyself, Springfield
 699     Thou, whose almighty word, Moscow
 700     Thou who wast rich beyond all splendor, Fragrance
 701     Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, Anonymous
 702     Through all the changing scenes of life, Wiltshire
 704     Through the love of God our Savior, Southgate
 705     Thy hand, O God, has guided, Thornbury
 706     Thy loving-kindness, Hugh Mitchell
 708     To God be the glory, great things he has done, William H. Doane
 711     True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyal, True-hearted
 714     Unto us a boy is born, Puer Nobis
 723     We come as guests invited, Passion Chorale
 724     We come unto our fathers' God, The Golden Chain
 727     We are gathering together, Anonymous
 728     We have a gospel to proclaim, Fulda
 730     We have heard a joyful sound, Limpsfield
 731     We love the place, O God, Quam Dilecta
 732     We plow the fields, and scatter, Wir Pflugen
 733     We praise you, we bless you, St. Luke
 735     We rest on thee, our shield and our defender, Finlandia ©
 736     We see the Lord, Anonymous
 738     We sing the praise of him who died, Warrington
 740     We three kings of Orient are, John H. Hopkins
 744     We've a story to tell to the nations, Message
 745     Were you there when they crucified my Lord?, American Folk Hymn
 746     What a Friend we have in Jesus, Converse
 747     What a mighty God we serve, Zulu working song
 748     What a wonderful change, Charles H. Gabriel
 749     What child is this, who, laid to rest, Greensleeves
 751     When all thy mercies, O my God, Contemplation
 755     When I survey the wondrous Cross, Rockingham
 756     When morning gilds the skies, Laudes Domini
 757     When peace like a river, Philip P. Bliss
 759     When the trumpet of the Lord, Roll Call
 760     When we walk with the Lord, Trust and Obey
 761     When to our world the Savior came, Church Triumphant
 762     Wherever I am, Anonymous
 764     While shepherds watched their flocks by night, Winchester Old
 767     Who is he in yonder stall, Benjamin R. Hanby
 769     Who is on the Lord's side, Armageddon
 770     Will your anchor hold, William J. Kirkpatrick
 773     With harps and viols, The New Song
 774     With joy we meditate the grace, St. Stephen
 780     Worthy is the Lamb (Fudge), Anonymous
 783     Ye holy angels bright, Darwell's 148th
 784     Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim, Laudate Dominum
 786     Yes, God is good, Williams
 787     Yesterday, today, for ever, James H. Burke
 789     You are coming, Beverley
 797     Your love is to me, Richard Taylor ©
 804     Awake, my soul, and with the sun, Morning Hymn
 814     City of God, how broad and far, Richmond
 822     Eternal God, your love's tremendous glory, Charterhouse
 823     Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature, Schonster Herr Jesu
 827     Father of heaven, whose love profound, Rivaulx
 831     God has spoken by his prophets, Ebenezer
 840     Heaven's throne ascending, Jesu, Meine Freude
 853     I love to hear the story, Thornbury
 876     Let the song go round the earth, Moel Llys
 878     Lord God almighty, Father of all mercies, Christe Sanctorum
 882     Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy, Slane
 886     Lord, when the storms of life arise, Repton
 888     Loving Shepherd of thy sheep, Buckland
 889     More about Jesus, J.R. Sweney
 894     My Jesus, I love thee, Clarendon Street
 901     Now is Christ risen from the dead, Lasst Uns Erfreuen
 907     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Burford
 910     O Lord, whose saving Name, Darwall's 148th
 911     O spread the tidings, Comforter
 915     Open our eyes, O Lord, Bishopthorpe
 920     Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him, Austria
 929     Sing to the Lord a joyful song, Antwerp
 932     Standing on the promises, R.K. Carter
 934     Sweet feast of love divine, Franconia
 935     Take up thy cross, the Savior said, Breslau
 940     The love of God comes close, John D. Edwards
 942     There is a place of quiet rest, Cleland B. McAfee
 945     There shall be showers of blessing, James McGranahan
 948     Through the night of doubt and sorrow, All for Jesus
 949     Thy Kingdom come, O God, St. Cecilia
 950     Thy way, not mine, O Lord, Ibstone
 954     We are marching in the light of God, South African
 956     We turn to Christ alone, Dinbych
 967     Years I spent in vanity and pride, Daniel B. Towner
 972     Yours for ever! God of love, Newington
 987     Here is love, vast as the ocean, Dim Ond Iesus
 1075     Jesus, all for Jesus, J. Atkinson & R. Mark ©
 1126     When I survey, Celtic Version

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