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Methodist, 1983

     1     All people that on earth do dwell, Old 100th
     2     Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme, St. Magnus
     3     Father in heaven, Halad
     4     Father in whom we live, Ridge
     5     Father most holy, Ad Tuum Nomen (Angers)
     6     Hail! holy, holy, holy Lord!, Dunfermline
     7     Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!, Nicea
     8     How shall I sing that majesty, Soll's Sein
     9     Immortal, invisible, God only wise, St. Denio (Joanna)
   11     Lord of all being, throned afar, Maryton
   11/2  Lord of all being, throned afar, Ombersley
   12     My God, my King, thy various praise, St. Bartholomew
   13     Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Praise my Soul
   13/2  Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Regent Square
   14     Praise the Lord, his glories show, Llanfair
   15     Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore him, Austria
   15/2  Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore him, Laus Deo (Redhead 46)
   16     Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, Lobe Den Herren
   17     Sing to the Lord a joyful song, Gonfalon Royal
   17/2  Sing to the Lord a joyful song, Solemnis Haec Festivitas
   18     We give immortal praise, Croft's 136th
   19     With gladness we worship, Datchet
   20     Ye holy angels bright, Darwall's 148th
   21     Father of all, whose powerful voice, Eisenach
   22     Give to our God immortal praise, Warrington
   22/2  Give to our God immortal praise, Truro
   23     God speaks and all things come to be, Es Sing Doch Selig Alle
   24     God is a name my soul adores, Breslau
   25     He's got the whole world,
   26     High in the heavens, eternal God, Duke Street
   27     Let us with a gladsome mind, Monkland
   27/2  Let us with a gladsome mind, Temple Chant
   28     O worship the King, Hanover
   29     Thou whose almighty word, Moscow
   31     Come, let us all unite and sing, Better World
   32     Ere God had built the foundation, Es Flog Ein Kleins Walvogelein
   33     Come, let us to the Lord our God, Kilmarnock
   34     Eternal depth of love divine, Invitation
   37     Good thou art, and good thou dost, Elevation
   38     Great God of wonders! All thy ways, Sovereignty
   39     Lord God, by whom all change is wrought, Grosvenor
   41     Thee will I praise with all my heart, Dresden (Lucerne)
   42     O love of God, how strong and true, Martham
   43     The God of love my Shepherd is, University
   45     The great love of God, Thailand
   45/2  The great love of God, Normandy
   46     What shall I do my God to love, Abridge (St. Stephen)
   46/2  What shall I do my God to love, Jerusalem
   47     What shall I do my God to love, Stella
   48     Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love, University
   49     Eternal Power, whose high abode, Eisenach
   50     Behold, the mountain of the Lord, Glasgow
   51     My God, how wonderful thou art, Westminster(Turle)
   52     O God, thou art the Father, Llangloffan
   52/2  O God, thou art the Father, Durrow
   54     O God, thy being who can sound?, Vom Himmel Hoch
   55     Praise the Lord who reigns above, Josiah
   56     Praise to the living God, Leoni
   58     The Lord is King!, Church Triumphant
   58/2  The Lord is King!, Niagara
   59     The Lord Jehovah reigns, St. John (Adoration)
   60/2  Timeless love! We sing the story, All Saints
   61     Sing to the Lord with joyful voice, Old 100th
   62     Captain of Israel's host, and Guide, Marienlyst
   63     All my hope on God is founded, Meine Hoffnung
   63/2  All my hope on God is founded, Michael
   63/3  All my hope on God is founded, Groeswen
   64     God has spoken by his prophets, Arfon
   65     God moves in a mysterious way, London New
   65/2  God moves in a mysterious way, Irish
   67/2  Lead, kindly Light, Lux Benigna
   68     Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Mannheim
   68/2  Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, Feniton Court
   69     The King of love my shepherd is, Dominus Regit Me
   70     The Lord's my shepherd, Crimond
   71     Lord, you have searched and known my ways, Winscott
   72     In all my vast concerns with thee, Wiltshire
   73     Through all the changing scenes of life, Wiltshire
   74     At the name of Jesus, Evelyns
   74/3  At the name of Jesus, Cuddesdon
   75     Christ, our King before creation, Pilgrim Brothers
   76     Can we by searching find out God, Kilmarnock
   77     Joy to the world, the Lord is come!, Antioch
   78     Join all the glorious names, Eastview ©
   79     Of the Father's love begotten, Divinum Mysterium
   80     To the Name of our salvation, Regent Square
   81     Come, thou long-expected Jesus, Stuttgart
   81/2  Come, thou long-expected Jesus, Cross of Jesus
   82     Hark the glad sound!, Bristol
   83     Long ago, prophets knew, Theodoric
   84     On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Winchester New
   85     O come, O come, Immanuel, Veni Immanuel
   86     Tell out, my soul, Woodlands
   87     The Angel Gabriel from heaven came, Gabriel's message
   88     The Holly and the Ivy, The Holly and the Ivy
   89     The race that long in darkness pined, Dundee
   90     A great and mighty wonder, Es Ist Ein' Ros'
   91     All my heart this night rejoices, Bonn
   92     Angels, from the realms of glory, Iris
   92/2  Angels, from the realms of glory, Feniton Court
   94     Away in a manger, W.K. Kirkpatrick
   96     Christians awake, Yorkshire (Stockport)
   98     Cradled in a manger, meanly, Saltash
   98/2  Cradled in a manger, meanly, St. Winifred
   99     From east to west, This Endris Nyght
 100     From heaven above to earth I come, Vom Himmel Hoch
 101     Glory be to God on high, Amsterdam
 102     God from on high has heard, St. Cecilia
 103     God rest you merry, gentlemen, English Traditional
 104     Good Christians all, rejoice, In Dulci Jubilo
 106     Hark! the herald angels sing, Mendelssohn
 107     In the bleak mid-winter, Cranham
 108     It came upon the midnight clear, Noel
 109     Let earth and heaven combine, St. John (Adoration)
 110     O come, all ye faithful, Adeste Fideles
 111     O little one sweet, O Jesulein Suss
 112     Silent night, holy night, Stille Nacht
 113     O little town of Bethlehem, Forest Green
 113/2  O little town of Bethlehem, Kingsfold
 114     Once in royal David's city, Irby
 115     On Christmas night all Christians sing, Sussex Carol
 117     See, amid the winter's snow, Humilty (Oxford)
 119     The first Nowell, The first Nowell
 120     While shepherds watched their flocks, Winchester Old
 120/2  While shepherds watched their flocks, Lyngham
 121     As with gladness men of old, Dix
 122     Bethlehem of noblest cities, Stuggart
 123     Brightest and best, Spean
 123/2  Brightest and best, Jesmian
 125     Hail to th Lord's Anointed, Cruger (Herrenhut)
 126     Hail to the Lord who comes, Old 120th
 127     Unto us a boy is born, Puer Nobis
 128     Wise men, seeking Jesus, Glenfinlas
 128/2  Wise men, seeking Jesus, Worship
 129     Christ, when for us you were baptised, Crucis Victoria
 130     Forty days and forty nighs, Heinlein (Aus Der Tiefe)
 130/2  Forty days and forty nights, Buckland
 131     Lord, who throughout these forty days, Grainger
 131/2  Lord, who throughout these forty days, Caithness
 132     When Jesus came to Jordan, Pearsall
 134     Forgive our sins as we forgive, St. Bernard
 135     Go, tell it on the mountain, Go tell it
 136     I heard the voice of Jesus say, Vox Dilecti
 137     Jesus the Lord said, 'I am the Bread', Yisu Ne Kaha
 141     Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult, St. Catherine
 141/2  Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult, Wraysbury
 142     At even, when the sun was set, Angelus
 143     Behold a little child, St. John (Calkin)
 144     Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep, St. Aelred
 145     Jesu, Jesu, fill us with your love, Chereponi
 146     Jesus, friend of little children, Westridge
 146/2  Jesus, Friend of little children, Derwent
 147     Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy grace, Chorus Angelorum
 148     Jesus thy far-extended fame, Antwerp
 149     One there is above all others, All Saints
 149/2  One there is above all others, St. Leonard
 150     O thou, whom once they flocked to hear, St. Sepulchre
 152     Son of the Lord most high, Lawes' Psalm 47
 153     Tell me the stories of Jesus, Stories of Jesus
 153/2  Tell me the stories of Jesus, Kilgetty
 154     Thou didst leave Thy throne, Margaret
 156     How good, Lord, to be here!, Venice
 158     Stay, Master, upon this heavenly hill, Unde et Memores
 159     Ride on, ride on in majesty, Winchester New
 160     All glory, laud, and honour, St. Theodulph
 161     The glory of our King, King's Langley
 163     Children of Jerusalem, Children's Praise
 164     Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended, Herzliebster Jesu
 165     Beneath the cross of Jesus, Beneath the Cross
 165/2  Beneath the cross of Jesus, Helder
 166     God of unexampled grace, Pelham
 168     Jesus comes with all his grace, Orientus Partibus
 169     Jesus in the olive grove, Heiliger Geist
 171     My God, I love Thee - not because, St. Francis Xavier
 171/2  My God, I love Thee - not because, Song 67 (St. Matthias)
 172     O dearest Lord, thy sacred head, Nun Danket All (Grafenberg)
 174     Nature with open volume stands, Nurnberg
 174/2  Nature with open volume stands, Eltham
 175     O love divine, what hast thou done!, Leicester (Bedford)
 176     O sacred Head, sore wounded, Passion Chorale
 177     Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle, Pange Lingua
 178     There is a green hill far away, Horsley
 179     The royal banners forward go, Gonfalon Royal
 180     When I survey the wondrous cross, Rockingham
 181     Were you there, Were you there
 182/2  We sing the praise of him who died, Church Triumphant
 183     When my love to Christ grows weak, Song 13
 184     With glorious clouds encompassed round, St. Gregory
 185/2  Would Jesus have the sinner die?, Didsbury
 187     Away with gloom, away with doubt!, Blairgowrie
 188     All ye that seek the Lord who died, Warrington
 189     Christ, above all glory seated, Wychbold
 189/2  Christ, above all glory seated, Sicilian Mariners
 190     Christ is alive! let Christians sing, Truro
 191     Good Christians all, rejoice and sing, Vulpius
 192     Christ the Lord is risen again!, Wurtemberg
 192/2  Christ the Lord is risen again!, Orientus Partibus
 193     Christ the Lord is risen today, Easter Hymn
 194     Come, ye faithful, raise the strain, Ave Virgo Virginum
 195     Good Joseph had a garden, Cherry Tree Carol
 196     I know that my Redeemer lives, Torquay
 197     Hail the day that sees him rise, Ascension
 198     Jesus lives! Thy terrors now, St. Albinus
 199     Jesus, Lord, Redeemer, King's Weston
 200     When Easter to the dark world came, At Eastertide
 201     Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious, Triumph
 201/2  Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious, Regent Square
 202     Low in the grave he lay, Christ Arose
 203     Now is eternal life, Christchurch
 204     Now the green blade rises, Noel Nouvelet
 205     O sons and daughters, let us sing, O Filii et Filiae
 206     Our Lord is risen from the dead!, Hermann
 207     Rejoice and be glad! , Rejoice and be glad
 208     The day of resurrection, Ellacombe
 209     The head that once was crowned with thorns, St. Magnus
 210     The Lord ascendeth up on high, Ascendit Deus
 211     The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, Gonfalon Royal
 212     Thine be the glory, Maccabaeus
 213     This joyful Eastertide, Vruechten
 214     The strife is o'er, the battle done, Victory
 215     Amazing Grace, Amazing Grace
 216     And can it be, Sagina
 216/2  And can it be, Didsbury
 217     Arise, my soul, arise, St. John (Adoration)
 218     Father of peace, and God of love, Caithness
 219     Christ is the world's Redeemer, Moville
 220     God is love: his the care, Theodoric
 221     I am not skilled to understand, Keston
 222     Hail, thou once despised Jesus, Austria
 223     I will sing the wondrous story, Calon Lan
 224     It is a thing most wonderful, Herongate
 225     Jesus, thy blood and righteousness, Antwerp
 226     Let earth and heaven agree, Millennium
 227     Lift up your heads, ye gate of brass, Crucis Victoria
 228     Man of Sorrows! What a name, Gethsemane
 230     There's a wideness in God's mercy, Cross of Jesus
 231     Praise to the Holiest in the height, Gerontius
 231/2  Praise to the Holiest in the height, Billing
 232     Tell me the old, old story, Tell me
 233     The Saviour died, but rose again, St. Andrew
 234     Thou art the Way, to thee alone, St. James
 235     With joy we meditate the grace, Salzburg
 236     Hark what a sound, Highwood
 237     Hills of the north, rejoice, Little Cornard
 238     I cannot tell why He, whom angels worship, Londonderry Air
 239     Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Galilee
 239/2  Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Rimington
 240     Lift up your heads, you mighty gates, Truro
 241     Lo, he comes with clouds descending, Helmsley
 242     Mine eyes have seen the glory, Battle Hymn
 243     Rejoice, the Lord is King!, Gopsal
 244     Sing we the King who is coming to reign, The glory song
 245     The Lord will come, and not be slow, St. Stephen (Newington)
 246     There's a light upon the mountains, M.L. Wostenholm
 247     Thou Judge of quick and dead, Llanllyfni
 248     Ye servants of the Lord, Narenza
 249     Wake, O Wake! with tidings thrilling, Wachet Auf
 251     All for Jesus - all for Jesus, All for Jesus
 252     All hail the power of Jesu's name!, Miles Lane
 252/2  All hail the power of Jesu's name!, Diadem
 255     Crown him with many crowns, Diademata
 256     He is Lord, he is Lord, He is Lord
 257     How sweet the name of Jesus sounds, St. Peter
 258     Jesu, thou joy of loving hearts, Wareham
 259     Jesu, priceless treasure, Jesu, Meine Freude
 261     Jesus, sun and shield art thou, Coldrey
 262     Jesus, the Conqueror, reigns, Ishmael
 263     Jesus the good Shepherd is, Gethsemane (Dykes)
 264     Jesus - the name high over all, Lydia
 265     Jesus, the very thought of thee, Metzler's Redhead
 265/2  Jesus, the very thought of thee, Land of Rest
 266     Let all mortal flesh keep silence, Picardy
 267     Love divine, all loves excelling, Blaenwern
 267/2  Love divine, all loves excelling, Love Divine
 267/3  Love divine, all loves excelling, Westminster
 268     My heart and voice I raise, Ascalon
 269     O Jesus, King most wonderful, Land of Rest
 269/2  O Jesus, King most wonderful, Metzler's Redhead
 271     None other lamb, none other name, All hallows
 272     Ride on, Jesus, all-victorious, Hyfrydol
 273     Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Petra
 274     Saviour, blessed Saviour, Norfolk Park
 275     Thou hidden source of calm repose, Colchester
 275/2  Thou hidden source of calm repose, St. Chrysostom
 276     When morning gilds the skies, Laudes Domini
 277     This, this is the God we adore, Celeste
 278     Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim, Laudate Dominum (Gauntlett)
 278/2  Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim, Laudate Dominum (Parry)
 279     Born by the Holy Spirit's breath, Church Triumphant
 280     Breathe on me, Breath of God, Dominica
 280/2  Breathe on me, Breath of God, St. George
 283     Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire, Veni Creator
 284     Come, thou Holy Spirit, come, Veni, Sancte Spiritus
 285     Creator Spirit, by whose aid, Attwood (Veni Creator)
 286     Gracious Spirit, dwell with me, Wellspring
 287     Granted is the Saviour's prayer, Buckland
 288     Holy Spirit, come, confirm us, Drake's Broughton
 289     Holy Spirit, truth divine, Harts
 291     I want the Spir't of power within, Bickley
 293     O come and dwell in me, Hampton (Huddersfield)
 296     Away with our fears, Ardwick
 297     Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, Manchester
 298/2  Come, Thou everlasting Spirit, Cross of Jesus
 299     Father, if justly still we claim, Illsley
 300     Father of everlasting grace, Stamford
 301     Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Charity
 301/2  Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost, Capetown
 302     Hail thee, Festival Day!, Salve Festa Dies
 303     Holy Spirit, ever dwelling, Everton
 304     Holy Spirit, hear us, Glenfinlas
 306     Lord God the Holy Ghost, Watchman
 306/2  Lord God the Holy Ghost, Doncaster
 307     Lord, we believe to us and ours, Winchester New
 308     O Breath of God, breathe on us now, Abends
 308/2  O Breath of God, breathe on us now, Calm
 310     O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace, Tallis' Ordinal
 311     O King, enthroned on high, Temple
 312     Our blest Redeemer, St. Cuthbert
 314     Filled with the Spirit's power, Chilswell
 316     Head of the Church, Fulda
 318     Jesus, the gift divine I know, Aldersgate Street
 320     Of all the Spirit's gifts to me, Ripponden
 321     On all the earth thy Spirit shower, Simeon
 322     O Spirit of the living God, Mainzer
 322/2  O Spirit of the living God, St. Bartholomew
 325     Spirit of faith, come down, Ich Halte Treulich Still
 327     Spirit divine, attend our prayers, St. Agnes
 328     Upon the day of Pentecost, Glasgow
 328/2  Upon the day of Pentecost, King's Langley
 329     All creatures of our God and King, St. Francis
 330     All things bright and beautiful, All Things Bright
 330/2  All things bright and beautiful, Royal Oak
 331     All things praise thee, Lord most high, Te Laudant Omnia
 333     For the beauty of the earth, Lucerna Laudoniae
 333/2  For the beauty of the earth, England's Lane
 334     I sing the almighty power of God, Montrose
 334/2  I sing the almighty power of God, St. Saviour
 335/2  Lord of the boundless curves of space, London New
 337     O Lord of heaven and earth and sea, Almsgiving
 337/2  O Lord of heaven and earth and sea, Portland
 338     Praise ye the Lord! 'Tis good to raise, Justification
 338/2  Praise ye the Lord! 'Tis good to raise, Galilee
 339     The spacious firmament on high, London (Kettering)
 340     There is a book (who runs may read), St. Paul (Aberdeen)
 341     Father, who on man dost shower, Charing
 342/2  For the fruits of his creation, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 343/2  God in his love for us lent us this planet, Quedlinburg
 344     God, whose farm is all creation, Shipston
 345     God, you have given us power to sound, Bangor
 346     Hear us, O Lord, from heaven, Peel Castle
 350     Praise and thanksgiving, Bunessan
 351     Praise God for the harvest of farm and of field, Miniver
 352     We plough the fields and scatter, Wir Pflugen
 353     With wonder, Lord, we see your works, Es Ist Kein Tag (Meyer)
 354     Come, let us anew, Derby
 355     Come, ye thankful people, come, St. George's windsor
 356     Great God, we sing that mighty hand, Wareham
 357     Lord, hear our prayers, Solothurn
 358     O God, our help in ages past, St. Anne
 359     Praise, O praise our God and King!, Monkland
 360     Sing to the great Jehovah's praise, Northrop
 361     Summer suns are glowing, Ruth
 362     To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, Bishopgarth
 363     Yes, God is good - in earth and sky, Festus
 363/2  Yes, God is good - in earth and sky, Williams
 364     As man and woman we were made, Sussex Carol
 365     Jesus, Lord, we pray, Seelenbrautigam
 366     Happy the home that welcomes you, Strength and Stay
 367     Lord of the home, your only Song, Vermont
 370     O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, O Perfect Love
 371     Our Father, by whose name, Rhosymedre
 372     Our Father, whose creative love, Contemplation
 374     Thou God of truth and love, St. Godric
 375/2  Almighty Father of all things that be, Chilton Foliat
 376     Behold us, Lord, a little space, Farrant
 377     Come to us, creative Spirit, Angel Voices
 378     Be thou my vision, Slane
 379     Eternal Father, strong to save, Melita
 380     Come, workers for the Lord, Watchman
 381     Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go, Song 34 (Angels' Song)
 382     Life and light and joy are found, Charterhouse
 383     Servant of all, to toil for man, St. Leonard
 384     Lord God, in whom all worlds, Harewood
 385     Spirit of wisdom, turn our eyes, Pembroke
 385/2  Spirit of wisdom, turn our eyes, Chapel Royal
 386     Thou who dost rule on high, St. John (Adoration)
 387     Your light, O God, was given to earth, Alstone
 388     When, in our music, God is glorified, Engelberg
 389     From Thee all skill and science flow, Crediton
 390     Heal us, Immanuel! Hear our prayer, Kenwyn
 391     I greet Thee, who my sure Redeemer art, Farley Castle
 392/2  Immortal Love, forever full, Stracathro
 393     Jesus' hands were kind hands, Au Clair de la Lune
 394     Lord Christ, who on thy heart didst bear, Eton
 395     O Christ, the Healer, we have come, Invitation
 396     O God, by whose almighty hand, St. Matthias
 397     Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old, St. Matthew
 399     Almighty Father, who dost give, Vermont
 400     All glory to God in the sky, St. Cyprian
 401     Almighty Father, who for us thy Son didst give, Netherlands (Wilhelmus)
 402     For the healing of the nations, Grafton
 404     It is God who holds the nations, Vision
 405     Lift up your hearts! , Woodlands
 407     The law of Christ alone can make us free, Love is the fulfilling
 409     Judge eternal, throned in splendour, Rhuddlan
 411     Thy love, O God, has all mankind created, Intercessor
 412     We turn to you, O God of every nation, Intercessor
 413     We pray for peace, Herstmonceux
 415     And art thou come with us to dwell, St. Sepulchre
 416     As pants the hart for cooling streams, Martyrdom
 417     Can I forget bright Eden's grace, St. John (Welsh)
 418     Come, O thou all-victorious Lord, Warwick
 419     Creator of the earth and skies, Plaistow
 420     In Adam we have all been one, St. Mary
 420/2  In Adam we have all been one, St. Nicholas
 421     How blest is life if lived for thee, Broadmead (David's Harp)
 422     I want a principle within, St. Leonard
 423     Lord, I was blind!, Ely
 424     O crucified Redeemer, Llangloffan
 425     Lord, save thy world; in bitter need, Breslau
 426     O God of earth and altar, King's Lynn
 427     O lift us up, strong Son of God, Oxford New
 428     There is no moment of my life, Kenwyn
 429     Out of the depths I cry to thee, St. Martin
 430     What Adam's disobedience cost, Hermon
 431     Where cross the crowded ways of life, Fulda
 432     Who fathoms the eternal thought?, Clinton
 433     Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, Truro
 433/2  Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, Deus Tuorum Militum (Grenoble)
 434     Come, O thou Traveller unknown, Wrestling Jacob
 434/2  Come, O thou Traveller unknown, David's Harp
 435     For the might of thine arm, Mountain Christians
 435/2  For the might of thine arm, Tanworth
 436     Father, hear the prayers we offer, Gott Will's Machen
 436/2  Father, hear the prayers we offer, Sussex
 437     Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, CWM Rhondda
 438     Great is our redeeming Lord, Josiah
 439     I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Monmouth
 439/2  I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Dresden (Lucerne)
 440     Omnipotent Redeemer, Hosanna in Excelsis
 440/2  Omnipotent Redeemer, Worship
 441/2  Through the night of doubt and sorrow, Ebenezer
 442     O God of Bethel, by whose hand, Salzburg
 443     We praise, we worship thee, O God, Church Triumphant
 444     As Jacob with travel was weary one day, Jacob's Ladder
 445     Bright the vision that delighted, Laus Deo (Redhead 46)
 446     Hast thou not known, St. Mary
 448     How glorious Zion's courts appear, Irish
 449     How gracious are their feet, Venice
 449/2  How gracious are their feet, Day of Praise
 451/2  Nearer, my God, to thee, Horbury
 452     The God of Abraham praise, Leoni
 453     We come unto our father's God, Luther
 454     The God who sent the prophets, King's Lynn
 455     Christ is the world's Light, Christe Sanctorium
 456     Christ is the world's true Light, Rinkart (Kommt Seelen)
 457     Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Heathlands
 457/2  Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Ratisbon
 458/2  Eternal Light! , Newcastle
 460     Come, sinners, to the gospel feast, Fulda
 461     O splendour of God's glory bright, Winchester New
 462     Stupendous height of heavenly love, Dura
 462/2  Stupendous height of heavenly love, Bickley
 463     To God be the glory, W.H. Doane
 464     Walk in the light; so shalt thou know, Tiltey Abbey
 465     We have a gospel to proclaim, Fulda
 466     Almighty God, thy word is cast, Clifton
 468     Come, divine Interpreter, Spanish Chant
 469     Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, Nun Danket All (Grafenberg)
 469/2  Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, St. Columba
 470     Come, Lord, to our souls come down, Veni, Domine
 470/2  Come, Lord, to our souls come down, Melling
 472     God, who has caused to be written, Causa Divina
 473     Heavenly Father, may your blessing, Saltash
 474     Help us, O lord, to learn, Sandys
 475     Lord, I have made thy word my choice, Southwell
 476     Lord, thy word abideth, Ravenshaw
 477     Not far beyond the sea nor high, Manna
 477/2  Not far beyond the sea nor high, Cornwall
 478     O Word of God incarnate, Bentley
 478/2  O Word of God incarnate, Nyland
 479     Powerful in making us wise to Salvation, Liebster Immanuel
 480     Spirit of truth, essential God, Jenna (Das Neugeborne Kindelein)
 481     The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord, New Sabbath
 481/2  The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord, St. Bartholomew
 482     Your words to me are life and health, Capel
 484     Angel voices, ever singing, Angel Voices
 485     Blessed city, heavenly Salem, Westminster Abbey
 487     Come, we that love the Lord, Mount Ephraim
 487/2  Come, we that love the Lord, Ascension (Gauntlett)
 488     Command thy blessing from above, Brockham
 489     From all that dwell below the skies, St. Francis (Lasst Uns Erfreuen)
 490     Great Shepherd of thy people, hear, Wetherby
 491     New songs of celebrations render, Rendez a Dieu
 492     Give me joy in my heart, Sing Hosanna
 494     God is in His temple, Groningen (Gott Ist Gegenwartig)
 495     He wants not friends that hath thy love, Vermont
 495/2  He wants not friends that hath thy love, Whitehall
 496     I to the hills will lift mine eyes, Dundee
 497     How pleased and blest was I, Ascalon
 499     King of Glory, King of Peace, Gwalchmai
 501     Meet and right it is to sing, Amsterdam
 504     O heavenly King, look down from above, Houghton
 505     O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, Was Lebet
 506     Praise him, praise him, Anon
 508     Praise the Lord with joyful cry, Monkland
 509     Praise ye the Lord, ye servants, Old 124th
 510     Pray that Jerusalem may have, York
 511     Sing praise to God who reigns above, Mit Freuden Zart
 512/2  Songs of praise the angels sang, Northampton
 513     Stand up, and bless the Lord, Carlisle
 513/2  Stand up, and bless the Lord, Doncaster
 514     Sweet is the work, my God, my King, Deep Harmony
 515     The Church's one foundatin, Aurelia
 516     Ye gated, lift up your heads, St. George's Edinburgh
 517     Come, thou fount of every blessing, Nettleton
 517/2  Come, thou fount of every blessing, Normandy
 518     Father God in heaven, Le P'ing
 519     Father of heaven, whose love profound, Rivaulx
 520     Father, whose everlasting love, Melcombe
 521     Hark, my soul! It is the Lord, St. Bees
 521/2  Hark, my soul! It is the Lord, Petersfield
 522     Dear Master, in whose life I see, Herongate
 523     Hushed was the evening hymn, Samuel
 524     I need thee every hour, R. Lowry
 525     Kum ba ya, my Lord, Kum ba ya
 526     It passeth knowledge, that dear love of thine, I.D. Sankey
 527     Jesus, Saviour ever mild, Resonet in Laudibus
 528     Jesus, lover of my soul, Aberystwyth
 528/2  Jesus, lover of my soul, Hollingside
 529     Jesus, if still the same thou art, Carey (Surrey)
 530     Jesus, stand among us, Caswall
 531     Lo, God is here, let us Adore, Veni Cito
 533     Lord Jesus, think on me, Southwell
 534     Now let us see thy beauty, Lord, Edgware
 535     Master, speak! Thy servant heareth, Ottawa
 535/2  Master, speak! Thy servant heareth, Morgen, Kinder
 536     O for a heart to praise my God, Stockton
 536/2  O for a heart to praise my God, Abridge (St. Stephen)
 537     O send thy light forth and thy truth, Nun Danket All (Grafenberg)
 538     O the bitter shame and sorrow, All of thee
 539     One who is all unfit to count, Fingal
 540     Open, Lord, my inward ear, Leamington
 541     Saviour, and can it be, Devotion
 541/2  Saviour, and can it be, Dich, Jesu, Loben Wir (Irene)
 542     Talk with us, Lord, thyself reveal, St. Nicholas
 542/2  Talk with us, Lord, myself reveal, Tiverton
 544     Thou hidden love of God, Rest
 546     Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, Theodora
 546/2  Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, Savannah (Herrnhut)
 547     Head of the church, our risen Lord, Nurnberg
 549     Jesus, where'er thy people meet, Wareham
 550     Lamb of God, whose dying love, Atonement
 552     Lord of all hopelessness, Lord of all joy, Slane
 552/2  Lord of all hopelessness, Lord of all joy, Miniver
 553     Lord, speak to me, that I may speak, Galilee
 554     O God of our forefathers, hear, David's Harp
 555     O that mine eyes might closed be, Charminster
 556     Pray for the Church, afflicted and oppressed, Song 1
 557     Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Nox Praecessit
 557/2  Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Wigtown
 558     Shepherd divine, our wants relieve, St. Etheldreda
 559     What a friend we have in Jesus, What a friend
 559/2  What a friend we have in Jesus, Manor House
 560     Shine thou upon us, Lord, Supplication
 562     How do thy mercies close me round!, Lasus
 563     My God, I am thine, Harwich
 564     My God, I thank thee, who hast made, Wentworth
 565     Praise him, praise him, all his children, Praise Him
 566     Now thank we all our God, Nun Danket
 566/3  Now thank we all our God, Gracias
 567     O come, and let us to the Lord, Irish
 568     O Lord, enlarge our scant thought, Eden
 569     O what shall I do my Saviour to praise, Hanover
 571     Sometimes a light surprises, Jubilate
 571/2  Sometimes a light surprises, Petition
 573     When all thy mercies, O my God, Contemplation
 573/2  When all thy mercies, O my God, Harington (Retirement)
 574     Worship, and thanks, and blessing, Dying Stephen
 574/2  Worship, and thanks, and blessing, Deliverance
 575     Come, let us with our Lord arise, Sussex Carol
 575/2  Come, let us with our Lord arise, Madrid
 577     This is the day the Lord has made, Broomsgrove
 579     A mighty mystery we set forth, St. Magnus
 580     Come, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Antwerp
 581     Glory and praise to God, St. Cecilia
 582     Praise to God, almighty maker, Wychbold
 583     Jesus, we follow thee, St. Bride
 584     Lord, here is one to be baptized, Alstone
 585     Lord Jesus, once a child, Franconia
 586     Lord, look upon this helpless child, Tallis' Ordinal
 587     Lord, let your grace descend on those, Farrant
 588     See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand, Dublin (Howard)
 589     This child from God above, Windermere
 590     Now in the name of him who sent, Herongate
 591     Stand, soldier of the cross, St. Michael
 592     Alleluia! Sing to Jesus, Hyfrydol
 593     And now, O Father, mindful of the love, Unde et Memores
 594     An Upper Room did our Lord prepare, Folksong
 595     As your family, Lord, Kum ba ya
 596     Author of life divine, Raleigh
 597     Be known to us in breaking bread, Belmont
 598     Because thou hast said, Paderborn
 599     Bread of the world, in mercy broken, Rendez a Dieu
 600     By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored, Ripponden
 601     Christian people, raise your song, Ave, Virgo Virginum
 602     Come, Holy Ghost, Thine influence shed, Abridge (St. Stephen)
 603     Father, we give you thanks, who planned, Les Commandemens
 604/2  Here, Lord, we take the broken bread, Dominus Regit Me
 605/2  Come, risen Lord, and deign to be our guest, Borough
 606     Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness, Schmucke dich
 607     Father, who in Jesus found us, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 608     Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face, St. Agnes
 608/2  Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face, Anima Christi
 610/2  I come with joy to meet my Lord, Kilmarnock
 612     Jesus invites his saints, Galway
 613     Jesus, to your table led, Tyholland
 614     Jesus, we thus obey, Gildas
 615     Let us break bread together, Spiritual
 616/2  Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour, Bryn Calfaria
 618     Lord of our highest love!, Franconia
 619     Now let us from this table rise, Niagara
 619/2  Now let us from this table rise, Solothurn
 620     O Bread to pilgrims given, Passion Chorale
 621     O thou who this mysterious bread, Land of rest
 622     See where our great High Priest, Christchurch
 624     Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's glory, Pange Lingua
 625     Spread the table of the Lord, Culbach
 626     Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands, Ach Gott Und Herr
 627     The Son of God proclaim, Mount Ephraim
 628     Upon thy table, Lord, we place, Brockham
 629     Victim divine, thy grace we claim, Credo
 629/2  Victim divine, Thy grace we claim, Euphony
 630     At thy feet, O Christ, we lay, Heathlands
 631     Awake, awake to love and work, Sheltered Dale
 632     Awake, my soul, and with the sun, Morning Hymn
 633     Father, we praise thee, now the night is over, Christe Sanctorum
 634     Lord, as I wake I turn to you, Whitehall
 635     Morning has broken, Bunessan
 636     New every morning is the love, Melcombe
 637     O Lord of life, Thy quickening voice, Dorking
 638     Ere I sleep, for every favour, Thanet
 638/2  Ere I sleep, for every favour, Evensong
 640     Father, in high heaven dwelling, Evening Hymn
 641     God, that madest earth and heaven, Ar Hyd Y Nos
 642     Glory to thee, my God, this night, Tallis' Canon
 643     Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise, Ellers
 645     Lord Jesus, in the days of old, Companion
 646     Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, Hursley
 646/2  Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, Abends
 647     The duteous day now closes, Innsbruck
 648     The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, St. Clement
 649     Come, let us use the grace divine, Dundee
 650     Father, your church with thankfulness, Collingwood
 651     God be with you till we meet again, Randolph
 652     Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, Dismissal
 653     God is here! As we his people, Bethany
 654     Lord of the living, in your name assembled, Christe Sanctorum
 655     O how blest the hour, Lord Jesus, Halton Holgate
 655/2  O how blest the hour, Lord Jesus, St. Oswald
 656     O thou not made with hands, Golden Treasury
 658     That mighty resurrected Word, Aldersgate Street
 659     This stone to thee in faith we lay, Wareham
 660     In our day of thanksgiving, St. Catherine's Court
 661     A safe stronghold our God is still, Ein' Feste Burg
 662     Author of faith, eternal Word, Mainzer
 663     Awake, our souls; away, our fears, Samson
 665     Abide with me; fast falls the eventide;, Eventide
 666     Behold the amazing gift of love, St. Stephen
 667     Begone, unbelief, Old 104th
 667/2  Begone, unbelief, Laudate Dominum
 668     Blessed assurance, Blessed Assurance
 669     Blest be the everlasting God, Bishopthorpe
 670     Blest are the saints, O God, Mount Ephraim
 670/2  Blest are the saints, O God, Cambridge
 672     Commit thou all thy griefs, Foster
 673     Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Repton
 674     Happy the man that finds the grace, Antwerp
 674/2  Happy the man that finds the grace, Blockley
 676/2  He that is down needs fear no fall, Wigtown
 677     I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, Arden
 678     In heavenly love abiding, Penlan
 679     Lord, it belongs not to my care, St. Hugh
 679/2  Lord, it belongs not to my care, Ashwell
 680     Jesus, my strength, my hope, Ich Halte Treulich Still
 681     Light of the world, thy beams I bless, Hull
 681/2  Light of the world, thy beams I bless, Allgutiger, Mein Preisgesang
 682     My faith, it is an oaken staff, The Staff of Faith
 683     My faith looks up to thee, Olivet (Harlan)
 684     Now I have found the ground wherein, Madrid
 684/2  Now I have found the ground wherein, Anchor
 685     O love that wilt not let me go, St. Margaret
 687     When we walk with the Lord, Trust and Obey
 688     Who would true valour see, Monk's Gate
 689     Will your anchor hold in the storms of life, W.J. Kirkpatrick
 690     Being of beings, God of love, Tottenham
 691     Come, let us sing of a wonderful love, Wonderful Love
 692     Enthroned thy God within thy heart, Tiltey Abbey
 693     Father of Jesus Christ - my Lord, St. Magnus
 694     God be in my head, Walford Davies
 695     I bind unto myself today, St. Patrick
 696     Jesus, thy boundless love to me, David's Harp
 697     Just as I am, without one plea, Misericordia
 697/2  Just as I am, without one plea, Saffron Walden
 698     Let him to whom we now belong, Byzantium
 699     Lord of creation, to you be all praise, Slane
 700     Lord, we have come at your own invitation, Was Lebet
 700/2  Lord, we have come at your own invitation, Epiphany Hymn
 701     My God, accept my heart this day, St. Peter
 702     O happy day that fixed my choice, Festus
 703     What shall I render to my God, Epworth
 704     O Jesus, I have promised, Wolvercote
 704/2  O Jesus, I have promised, Day of Rest
 705     Take my life, and let it be, Consecration
 706     Where shall my wondering soul begin?, Crucifixion
 706/2  Where shall my wondering soul begin?, Carey's (Surrey)
 707     And are we yet alive, Falcon Street
 708     Believe not those who say, St. Thomas
 710     Fight the good fight, Duke Street
 710/2  Fight the good fight, Job
 711     Happy are they, they that love God, Binchester
 712     God of grace and God of glory, Rhuddlan
 712/2  God of grace and God of glory, Lingwood
 713     If thou but suffer God to guide thee, Nicht Das Ich's Schon Ergriffen
 714     Make me a captive, Lord, Leominster
 715     Oft in danger, oft in woe, University College
 716     March on, my soul, with strength, Christchurch
 717/2  O Lord and Master of us all, St. Hugh
 718     Onward, Christian soldiers, St. Gertrude
 719     Soldiers of Christ arise, From Strength to Strength
 719/2  Soldiers of Christ arise, St. Ethelwald
 721     Stand up! Stand up for Jesus, Morning Light
 722     Who is on the Lord's side, Armageddon
 722/2  Who is on the Lord's side, Rachie
 723     All things are possible to them, Colchester
 724     Blest are the pure in heart, Franconia
 725     Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell, Cross Deep
 725/2  Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell, Eton
 726     God of all power, and truth and grace, Ombersley
 727     God of all-redeeming grace, Salzburg
 728     How can we sinners know, St. Michael
 730     I hunger and I thirst, Ibstone
 731     I know that my Redeemer lives, Crediton
 732     Jesus, good above all ther, Quem Pastores Laudavere
 733     Jesus has died that I might live, Collingwood
 734     Jesus, my Truth, My Way, Potsdam
 735     Jesus, the First and Last, St. Olave
 735/2  Jesus, the First and Last, Watford
 736     Lord, I believe a rest remains, Metzler's Redhead
 737     Lord, that I may learn of thee, Simplicity (Song 13)
 738     Loving Jesus, gentle Lamb, Innocents
 738/2  Loving Jesus, gentle Lamb, Gentle Jesus
 739/2  May the mind of Christ me Saviour, St Leonards (Gould)
 740     My God! I know, I feel thee mine, Warwick
 740/2  My God! I know, I feel thee mine, Belgrave
 741     My gracious Lord, I own thy right, Warrington
 742     O Jesus Christ, grow thou in me, Westminster New
 743     My Saviour, how shall I proclaim, Montgomery
 744     O for a thousand tongues to sing, Lydia
 744/2  O for a thousand tongues to sing, Richmond
 744/3  O for a thousand tongues to sing, University
 745     O thou who camest from above, Hereford
 745/2  O thou who camest from above, Wilton
 747     Saviour from sin, I wait to prove, St. Catherine (Hemy)
 748     Teach me, O Lord, thy holy way, Solothurn
 749     What is our calling's glorious hope, Crediton
 750     Thou Shepherd of Israel, Shepherd
 750/2  Thou Shepherd of Israel, Trewen
 751     Ye faithful souls who Jesus know, Festus
 752     Blest be the dear uniting love, Tiverton
 753     All praise to our redeeming Lord, St. Stephen (Newington)
 753/2  All praise to our redeeming Lord, Lucius
 754     Blest be the tie that binds, Falcon Street
 755     Come, let us, who in Christ believe, Attercliffe
 756     Come, and let us sweetly join, Love Feast
 756/2  Come, and let us sweetly join, Da Christus Geboren War
 757     Here in Christ we gather, Ubi Caritas
 758     In Christ there is no east or west, McKee
 758/2  In Christ there is no east or west, Kilmarnock
 759     Jesus, Lord, we look to thee, Theodora
 760     Jesus, we look to thee, Reuben
 762     May the grace of Christ our Saviour, Gott Des Himmels
 763     See, Jesus, thy disciples see, Bishopthorpe
 764     Christ, from whom all blessings flow, Vienna
 765     Come, all who look to Christ today, Tallis' Canon
 766     Eternal Son, eternal Love, St. Pancras
 767     Give me the faith which can remove, Mount Sion
 768     Jesus, the word bestow, St. George
 769     God is working his purpose out, Benson
 771     Lord, if at Thy command, Mount Ephraim
 772     Jesus, Thy wandering sheep behold, Elim (Hesperus)
 772/2  Jesus, Thy wandering sheep behold, Hereford
 773     Jesus, united by thy grace, St. Bernard
 773/2  Jesus, united by thy grace, Lunenburg
 775     Lord, we your church are deaf and dumb, Breslau
 777     O breath of life, come sweeping through us, Islington
 778     O God our Father, who dost make us one, Morecambe
 779     O thou who at thy eucharist didst pray, Song 1
 780     Revive thy work, O Lord, W.H. Doane
 781     See how great a flame aspires, St. George's Windsor
 783     Thy kingdom come, O God, St. Cecilia
 784     Thy hand, O God, has guided, Thornbury
 785     A charge to keep I have, Cambridge
 785/2  A charge to keep I have, St. George
 786     Be it my only wisdom here, Grosvenor
 787     A glorious company we sing, Ladywell
 788     Behold the servant of the Lord!, Mozart
 790     Father, lead me day by day, Supplication
 791     Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Noricum
 792     Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, St. Fulbert
 792/2  Fill thou my life, O Lord my God, Beatitudo
 793     God of almighty love, Shere
 793/2  God of almighty love, Carlisle
 794     Go, labour on, spend, and be spent, Wilderness
 795     Jesus, I fain would find, Windermere
 795/2  Jesus, I fain would find, Tytherton
 796     Lord of light, whose name shines brighter, Bethany
 797     Lord of all good, our gifts we bring to thee, Cliff Town ©
 798     O loving Lord, who art for ever seeking, Zu Meinem Herrn
 799     My heart is full of Christ, and longs, Worsley
 800     Lord, in the strength of grace, St. Michael
 801     O God, what offering shall I give, Pater Omnium
 802     O Master, let me walk with thee, London (Kettering)
 803     Teach me, my God and King, Sandys
 804     The Church of Christ, in every age, Herongate
 805     Thy faithfulness, Lord, Laudate Dominum
 806     What shall our greeting be, Moscow
 807     What shall we offer our good Lord, Duke Street
 808     Behold the temple of the Lord!, Dresden (Lucerne)
 809     City of God, how broad and far, Richmond
 810     Come, let us join our cheerful songs, Nativity
 811     Earth, rejoice, our Lord is King!, Ephraim
 812     Come, let us join our friends above, St. Matthew
 813     Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem, Neander
 814     For all the saints, Sine Nomine
 815     Give me the wings of faith to rise, Mylon
 816     Happy the souls to Jesus joined, Eatington
 817     Glorious things of thee are spoken, Austria
 818     Head of thy church triumphant, Dying Stephen
 820     Lift up your hearts to things above, St. Lawrence
 821     Sing we the song of those who stand, Nativity
 822     There is a land of pure delight, Mendip
 822/2  There is a land of pure delight, Beulah
 823     Ye choirs of new Jerusalem, St. Fulbert

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