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The English Hymnal (1933)

Denomination: Church of England - Published by Unknown Publisher

1. Creator of the starry height Thy peoples by Latin tr/ad by John Mason Neale
2. High Word of God, who once didst come by Latin, tenth century;
3. Behold the Bridegroom cometh by Greek, ca. eighth century;
4. Great God what do I see and hear by Bartholomäus Ringwaldt tr/ad by William Bengo Coll
5. Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding by Latin, sixth century;
6. Hark the glad sound the Saviour comes by Philip Doddridge
7. Lo, He Comes with Clouds Descending by John Cennick, Charles Wesley, Martin Madan
8. O Come, O Come Emmanuel by
9. On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry by Charles (Carolo) Coffin tr/ad by John Chandler &am
10. Savior eternal! Health and life of the world by Latin, before the eleventh century;
11. The advent of our God by Charles Coffin, 1736;
12. Wake O wake With tidings thrilling by Philipp Nicolai tr/ad by Francis Crawford Burkitt
13. When came in flesh the incarnate Word by Joseph Anstice, 1836
14. Come, thou Redeemer of the earth by Ambrose of Milan (340-397);
15. O Little Town of Bethlehem by Phillips Brooks, Lewis H. Redner
16. The Maker of the sun and moon by Laurence Housman, 1906
17. Jesus, the Father's only Son by Latin, sixth century;
18. From east to west, from shore to shore by
19. A great and mighty wonder A full by Germanus of Constantinople tr/ad by John Mason Nea
20. Behold, the great Creator makes by Thomas Pestel (ca. 1586-1660), 1639
21. Christians, awake! salute the happy morn by John Byrom (1692-1763), 1750
22. Come rejoicing, Faithful men by The English Hymnal, 1906
23. Hark, how all the welkin rings by Charles Wesley, 1739;
24. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing by Felix Mendelssohn
25. In the bleak midwinter by Gustav Theodore Holstm 1874-1934
26. It Came upon the Midnight Clear by Richard Storrs Willis (1850)
27. Let sighing cease and woe by Charles Coffin (1676-1749);
28. O Come, All Ye Faithful by John Francis Wade
29. The great God of heaven is come down to earth by Henry Ramsden Bramley (1833-1917)
30. While shepherds watched their flocks by night by MacNeil Robinson II, b. 1943
31. Saint of God, elect and precious by Latin;
32. The Lord and King of all things by Anatolius, eight century;
33. Word supreme, before creation by John Keble, 1857
34. All hail, ye little Martyr flowers by Prudentius (fourth century);
35. The hymn for conquering martyrs raise by The Venerable Bede (673-735);
36. O happy day, when first was poured by Sebastien Besnault (d. 1724);
37. Conquering kings their titles take by Nevers Breviary, 1727;
38. Why, impious Herod, should'st thou fear by Caelius Sedulius, ca. 450;
39. As With Gladness Men of Old by William C. Dix
40. Bethlehem, of noblest cities by Prudentius (348-410), O sola magnarum urbium;
41. Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning by James P. Harding (1892)
42. O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness by John Samuel Bewley Monsell, 1863
43. The race that long in darkness pined by
44. What star is this, with beams so bright by
45. Hail to the Lord's anointed by Samuel S. Wesley (1864)
46. In stature grows the heavenly Child by Jean-Baptiste de Santeüil (1630-1697);
47. Songs of thankfulness and praise by George J. Elvey (1858)
48. The Lord is come! On Syrian soil by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, 1872
49. Creator of the earth and sky by Ambrose of Milan, fourth century;
50. This day the first of days was made by attributed to Gregory the Great (540-604);
51. O blest Creator of the light by Latin, sixth century;
52. O splendor of God's glory bright by William Knapp (1738)
53. The winged herald of the day by Prudentius (348-ca. 413);
54. Ye clouds and darkness, hosts of night by Nox et tenebrae et nubila, Aurelius Clemens Prude
55. Lo, golden light rekindles day by Prudentius, fourth century;
56. Eternal Glory of the sky by Latin, sixth century;
57. The dawn is sprinkling in the east by Latin;
58. O boundless Wisdom, God most high by Latin, sixth century;
59. Earth's mighty Maker, whose command by Latin, seventh century;
60. Most holy Lord and God of heaven by Latin, fourth or fifth century;
61. Almighty God, who from the flood by Latin, sixth or seventh century;
62. Maker of man, who from thy throne by Latin, seventh century;
63. Alleluia, song of sweetness by Latin, eleventh century;
64. Maker of earth, to thee alone by
65. The fast, as taught by holy lore by Latin, sixth century;
66. O kind Creator, bow thine ear by attributed to Gregory the Great, sixth century;
67. Now is the healing time decreed by Latin, before the twelfth century;
68. The glory of these forty days by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685-1750
69. O Jesus Christ, from thee began by Latin, ca. ninth century;
70. Ah, Holy Jesus by Johann Crüger (1640)
71. All ye who seek for sure relief by Latin, eighteenth century;
72. Christian, dost thou see them by Greek, seventh century;
73. Forty days and forty nights by
74. Have mercy, Lord, on me by Tate and Brady, 1698
75. Jesus, Lord of life and glory by James J. Cummins, 1839
76. Lord, in this thy mercy's day by Isaac Williams, 1842
77. Lord Jesus, think on me by Synesius of Cyrene tr/ad by Allen William Chatfiel
78. Lord, teach us how to pray aright by James Montgomery, 1819
79. Lord, when we bend before thy throne by Joseph Dacre Carlyle, 1802
80. My God, I love thee; not because by Latin, seventeenth century;
81. O Christ, who art the Light and Day by Latin, eighth century;
82. O For A Heart to Praise My God by Thomas Haweis (1792)
83. O help us, Lord! each hour of need by Henry Hart Milman, 1827
84. O Lord, turn not thy face from me by John Marckant, 1561
85. O thou, from whom all goodness flows by Thomas Haweis, 1791 or earlier;
86. O thou who dost to man accord by Latin;
87. Savior, when in dust to thee by Robert Grant, 1815
88. Sinful, sighing to be blest by John Samuel Bewley Monsell, Jr., 1857
89. Soul of my Savior, sanctify my breast by Latin, fourteenth century;
90. To My Humble Supplication by
91. Weary of earth, and laden with my sin by Samuel J. Stone, 1866
92. When, rising from the bed of death by Joseph Addison (1672-1719)
93. The God of love my Shepherd is by George Herbert, 1633
94. The royal banners forward go by
95. Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle by Carl F. Schalk (1967)
96. Thirty years among us dwelling by Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus, 569;
97. Dost thou truly seek renown by Latin, fourteenth or fifteenth centuries;
98. Drop, drop, slow tears by Phineas Fletcher (1582-1650)
99. Glory be to Jesus by Friedrich Filitz, 1804-1860
100. Go to Dark Gethsemane by Richard Redhead
101. My God, my God, and can it be by Frederick William Faber (1814-1863)
102. O sacred head, sore wounded by Robert Bridges, 1899
103. O sinner, lift the eye of faith by Latin, seventeenth century;
104. Servant of God, remember by Prudentius (348-413);
105. Sweet the moments, rich in blessing by John Stainer (1887)
106. There is a green hill far away by William Horsley, 1744-1858
107. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross by Lowell Mason
108. Who is this with garments gory by Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1818-1896)
109. O thou, who through this holy week by
110. See the destined day arise by Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus, 569;
111. O come and mourn with me awhile by Frederick William Faber
112. Forgive them, O my Father by Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875
113. Lord, when thy Kingdom comes, remember me by William Dalyrimple Maclagan, 1875
114. The dying robber raised his aching brow by Thomas Alexander Lacey, 1906
115. At the cross her station keeping Stood by Unknown tr/ad by Edward Caswall
116. Throned upon the awful tree by
117. His are the thousand sparkling rills by Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875
118. It is finished! Christ hath known by Gabriel Gillett, 1906
119. And now, beloved Lord, thy soul resigning by Eliza Sibbald Alderson, 1875
120. It is finished! blessed Jesus by William Dalrymple Maclagan, 1875
121. By Jesus' grave on either hand by Isaac Gregory Smith, 1855
122. Ye choirs of new Jerusalem by Chorus novae Jerusalem, Fulbert of Chartres (c.96
123. The day draws on with golden light by Latin, fourth century;
124. His cheering message from the grave by Latin, fourth or fifth centuries;
125. The Lamb's high banquet we await by Latin, sixth century;
126. A brighter dawn is breaking by Percy Dearmer, 1906
127. Alleluia, alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise by
128. At the Lamb's high feast we sing Praise by Latin tr/ad by Robert Campbell
129. Christ The Lord Is Risen Today by Charles Wesley, 1707-1788
130. Christians to the Paschal Victim by Author Unknown
131. Come, ye faithful, raise the strain by Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
132. He is risen, he is risen by Cecil Frances Alexander, 1846
133. Jesus Christ is risen today by Robert Williams
134. Jesus lives! thy terrors now by Henry John Gauntlett
135. Love's redeeming work is done by Robert Sherlaw Johnson, b. 1932
136. On the resurrection morning by Sabine Baring-Gould, 1864
137. The Day of Resurrection by Henry T. Smart
138. Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise by
140. Lord, in thy name thy servants plead by John Keble, 1856
141. Eternal Monarch, King most high by Latin, fifth century;
142. O Christ, our joy, to whom is given by Latin, fifth century;
143. Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise by Charles Wesley, William Henry Monk
144. O Christ our hope, our heart's desire by Latin, eighth century;
145. See the Conqueror mounts in triumph by Christopher Wordsworth
146. Sing we triumphant hymns of praise by The Venerable Bede (673-735);
147. The head that once was crowned with thorns by Author Unknown
148. The Lord ascendeth up on high by Michael Praetorius, 1571-1621
149. Thou art gone up on high by Emma Leslie Toke, 1852
150. When Christ our Lord had passed once more by Latin, fourth century;
151. Rejoice, the year upon its way by Richard Ellis Roberts, 1906
152. Come down, O Love divine by Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958
153. Come Holy Ghost our souls inspire by Rhabanus (Hrabanus) Maurus tr/ad by John Cosin
154. Come, O Creator Spirit, come by Latin, tenth century;
155. Come, thou holy Paraclete by Latin, thirteenth century;
156. Creator Spirit, by whose aid by Henry Carey, 1690?-1743
157. Our blest Redeemer ere He breathed by Harriet Auber
158. When God of old came down from heaven by John Keble, 1827
159. Be present, holy Trinity by Adesto, Sancta Trinitas, ca. tenth century;
160. Father most holy, merciful and loving by Latin;
161. Have mercy on us, God most high by Frederick William Faber, 1849
162. Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty by Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827
163. O Unity of threefold light by Metrophanes, Bishop of Smyrna, ca. 900;
164. O Trinity of blessed light by Franz Joseph Haydn, 1732-1809 (alt.)
165. Father, we praise thee, now the night is over by
166. Christ is gone up; yet ere he passed by John Mason Neale, 1843
167. Pour out thy Spirit from on high by James Montgomery (1771-1854)
168. The earth, O Lord, is one wide field by John Mason Neale, 1843
169. Blessed city, heavenly Salem by Caspar Ett , 1788-1847
170. Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation by Joachim Neander
171. O Word of God above by Charles Guiet (1601-1664);
172. Zion's daughters, Sons of Jerusalem by Latin, twelfth century, attributed to Adam of St.
173. All things are thine; no gift have we by Author Unknown
174. Lord of Creation, bow thine ear, O Christ, to hear by Latin, before the eleventh century;
175. The eternal gifts of Christ the King by Percy Carter Buck, 1871-1947
176. Let the round world with songs rejoice by Latin, tenth century;
177. Captains of the saintly band by Jean-Baptiste de Santeüil, 1686;
178. Disposer supreme and Judge of the earth by Jean-Baptiste de Santeüil tr/ad by Isaac Williams
179. Come, sing, ye choirs exultant by Adam of St. Victor, ca. 1170;
180. Martyr of God, whose strength was steeled by Latin, tenth century
181. O God, thy soldiers' crown and guard by Latin, sixth century;
182. The merits of the Saints by Latin, eighth century;
183. O glorious King of martyr hosts by Latin, sixth century;
184. Blessed feasts of blessed martyrs by
185. Blest Martyr, let thy triumph-day by Prudentius (fourth century);
186. Come, let us join the Church above by Athelstan Riley, 1906
187. Let our choir new anthems raise by Joseph the Hymnographer, ninth century
188. He, whose confession God by Latin, eighth century;
189. O thou whose all redeeming might by Latin, eighth century;
190. O Shepherd of the sheep by Vincent Stratton Stuckey Coles, 1906
191. Son of a Virgin, Maker of thy mother by Latin, eighth century;
192. Jesus, the Virgins' Crown, do thou by Ambrose of Milan, fourth century;
193. The praises of that Saint we sing by Silvio Antoniano (b. 1540);
194. Receive, O Lord, in heaven above by Ephraim the Syrian, fourth century;
195. Another year completed by Paulinus of Nola (353-431);
196. For all thy saints, O Lord by Richard Mant, 1837
197. Give me the wings of faith to rise by Isaac Watts, 1709
198. Hark, the sound of holy voices by Christopher Wordsworth, 1862
199. How bright these glorious spirits shine by Isaac Watts, 1707;
200. Joy and triumph everlasting by Adam of St. Victor, twelfth century;
201. Palms of glory, raiment bright by James Montgomery, 1829
202. The Son of God goes forth to war by Henry S. Cutler (1872)
203. What are these that glow from afar by Christina G. Rossetti (1830-1894)
204. Who are these like stars appearing by
205. Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult by Cecil Frances Alexander, (1818-1895) 1852
206. O thou, who didst with love untold by Emma Toke and William Denton, 1851
207. We sing the glorious conquest by
208. All prophets hail thee, from of old announcing by Ascribed to Rabanus Maurus, ninth century;
209. Hail to the Lord who comes by
210. The highest and the holiest place by Henry Alford, 1844
211. We praise thy name, all holy Lord by Ebenezer Newell, 1896
212. I Bind unto Myself Today by Patrick tr/ad by Cecil Frances (Humphreys) Alexand
213. Hail, O star that pointest by Latin, ninth century;
214. The God whom earth and sea and sky by attributed to Fortunatus, sixth century;
215. O glorious Maid, exalted far by Latin, ninth century;
216. Ave Maria, blessed Maid! by John Keble (1792-1866)
217. Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born by Thomas Ken (1637-1711)
218. Ye who own the faith of Jesus by Vincent Stucky Stratton Coles (1845-1929), 1906
219. Lord God of Hosts, within whose hand by Laurence Housman, 1906
220. The Saint who first found grace to pen by Laurence Housman, 1906
221. The winter's sleep was long and deep by Percy Dearmer, 1906
222. The son of Consolation by Maud Coote (1852-1935)
224. Ere in thy childhood, mid the desert places by Paul the Deacon, eighth century;
225. Hail, harbinger of morn by The Venerable Bede (673-735);
226. With golden splendor and with roseate hues of morn by
227. Forsaken once, and thrice denied by Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875
228. Now in holy celebration by Latin, fifteenth century;
229. Portal of the world's salvation by Latin, fifteenth century; trans. Laurence Housman
230. Sing we all the joys and sorrows by Philippe de Grève (d. 1236);
231. Mary, weep not, weep no longer by Philippe de Grève, (d. 1236);
232. Lord, who shall sit beside thee by William Romanis, 1878
233. An image of that heavenly light by Latin, fifteenth century;
234. O Light of light, by love inclined by Latin, tenth century;
235. O Master, it is good to be by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1815-1881), alt.
236. Tis good, Lord, to be here by Joseph Armitage Robinson, 1888
237. O let the heart beat high with bliss by Latin, fifteenth century;
238. Jesus, the very thought is sweet by Bernard of Clairvaux, twelfth century;
239. Saints of God! Lo, Jesus' people by Athelstan Riley, 1906
240. He sat to watch o'er customs paid by
241. Thee, O Christ, the Father's splendor by attributed to Rabanus Maurus, ninth century;
242. Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels by
243. Around the throne of God a band by John Mason Neale, 1843
244. O God the Son eternal, thy dread might by Reginald Heber and John Keble
245. Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright by Greek, attributed to Joseph the Hymnographer, nin
246. They come, God's messengers of love by Robert Campbell, 1850
247. Savior, who didst healing give by Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley, 1906
248. Thou who sentest thine apostles by John Ellerton, 1875
249. O Savior Jesus, not alone by Latin, ninth century
250. If there be that skills to reckon by attributed to Thomas à Kempis (1379-1471);
251. O heavenly Jerusalem by Latin, eighteenth century;
252. Our Father's home eternal by ascribed to Thomas à Kempis;
253. Spouse of Christ, in arms contending by
254. Now that the daylight fills the sky by
255. Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son by Latin;
256. At thy feet, O Christ, we lay by William Bright, 1867
257. Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun by Thomas Ken and Melody Fracois H. Barthelemon
258. Christ, whose glory fills the skies by Malcolm Williamson, b. 1931
259. Forth in Thy name O Lord I go My daily by Charles Wesley
260. New Every Morning Is The Love by John Keble and Samuel Webbe the elder
261. O God of truth, O Lord of might by
262. O God, creation's secret force by Author Unknown
263. Blest are the moments, doubly blest by William Wordsworth (1770-1850)
264. Before the ending of the day Creator of by Ambrose of Milan. tr/ad by John Mason Neale
265. As now the sun's declining rays by Charles Coffin, 1736;
266. At even, ere the sun was set by Henry Twells, 1868
267. Glory be to thee, my God, this night by
268. God, that Madest Earth and Heaven by Reginald Heber, Richard Whately
269. O gladsome light O grace by Greek tr/ad by Robert Seymour Bridges
270. Holy Father, cheer our way by Richard Hayes Robinson, 1869
271. O strength and stay upholding all creation by attributed to Ambrose of Milan, fourth century;
272. Round me falls the night by William Romanis, 1903
273. Savior, again to thy dear Name we raise by Edward John Hopkins, 1818-1901
274. Sun of My soul, Thou Savior Dear by John Keble
275. Sweet Savior, bless us ere we go by Frederick William Faber, 1852
276. The Day Is Past and Over by Bartholomäus Gesius (1601)
277. The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended by Clement Cotterill Scholefield, 1839-1904
278. The Duteous Day Now Closes by Paul Gerhardt, tr. Robert Seymour Bridges
279. The radiant morn hath passed away by Godfrey Thring, 1864
280. The sun is sinking fast by Latin, ca. eighteenth century;
281. Through the day thy love has spared us by Thomas Kelly, 1806
282. Now the busy week is done by John Samuel Jones
283. Most glorious Lord of life that on this by Edmund Spenser
284. O day of rest and gladness by Christopher Wordsworth, 1862
285. Another year is dawning by Samuel S. Wesley
286. For Thy mercy and Thy grace Constant by Henry Downton
287. Kindly spring again is here by John Newton, 1779
288. The summer days are coming again by Samuel Longfellow (1819-1892), alt.
289. Come, Ye Thankful People by George J. Elvey
290. Fair waved the golden corn by John Hampden Gurney, 1851
291. O sing to the Lord, whose bountiful hand by Richard Frederick Littledale, 1867
292. To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise by William Chatterton Dix, 1861
293. We plow the fields, and scatter by Matthias Claudius, 1782;
294. The year is swiftly waning by William Walsham How, 1871
295. 'Tis winter now; the fallen snow by Samuel Longfellow, 1864
296. Hark, my soul! how everything by John Austin (1613-1669)
297. The spacious firmament on high by Joseph Addison
298. Thou art, O God, the life and light by Thomas Moore (1779-1852)
299. When spring unlocks the flowers by Reginald Heber (1783-1826)
300. According to Thy Gracious Word by James Montgomery
301. Alleluia! Sing to Jesus by Rowland Hugh Prichard, 1811-1887
302. And now, O Father, mindful of the love by William Henry Monk, 1823-1889
303. Author of life divine Who hast a table by John Wesley
304. Bread of heaven on Thee we feed by Josiah Conder
305. Bread of the World, in Mercy Broken by Reginald Heber and Fr. Henri Chapieu
306. Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness by Johann Crüger (1653)
307. Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord by David Ashley White, b. 1944
308. Father, see thy children by William Jervois (1852-1905) and W.B. Trevelyan (1
309. For the beauty of the earth For the by Folliott Sandford Pierpont
310. From glory to glory advancing, we praise thee, O Lord by Craig Sellar Lang, 1891--1971
311. Hail, true Body, born of Mary by Latin, fourteenth century;
312. Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face by Warren Swenson, b. 1937
313. Holy Ghost, we offer here by Percy Dearmer, 1906
314. Holy Jesus! God of love by Thomas Parnell (1679-1717)
315. Jesus, gentlest Savior by Frederick William Faber, 1854
316. Just as I am, without one plea by William Batchelder Bradbury , 1816-1868
317. Laud, O Zion, thy salvation by Thomas Aquinas (1127-1274);
318. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence by French Carol
319. Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor by
320. My God, and is thy table spread by Philipp Doddridge, 1755
321. O food of men wayfaring by Latin, ca. 1661;
322. O lead my blindness by the hand by William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898)
323. O most merciful by Reginald Heber, 1827
324. O thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray by William Harry Turton, 1881
325. O Word immortal of eternal God by Justinian (483-565);
326. Of the glorious body telling by Thomas Aquinas (1227-1274);
327. Once, only once, and once for all by William Bright, 1866
328. See, Father, thy beloved Son by William Henry Hammond Jervois (1852-1905)
329. Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands by David McKinley Williams, 1887-1978
330. The Word of God proceeding forth by Thomas Aquinas (1227-1274);
331. Thee we adore, O hidden Savior, thee by Thomas Aquinas, thirteenth century;
332. There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood by William Cowper
333. Victim divine, thy grace we claim by Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
334. We pray thee, heavenly Father by Vincent Stuckey Stratton Coles, 1871
335. Wherefore O Father we thy humble by William Henry Hammond Jervois
336. Blessed Jesus, Mary's Son by Benjamin Schmolck (1672-1737), 1706;
337. In token that thou shalt not fear by Henry Alford, 1832
338. Lord Jesus Christ, our Lord most dear by Heinrich von Laufenburg, 1459;
339. With Christ we share a mystic grave by John Mason Neale, 1853
340. Behold us, Lord, before thee met by William Bright (1824-1901), 1865
341. My God, accept my heart this day by
342. Lord, in thy presence dread and sweet by Anonymous, ca. 1850;
343. O thou who camest from above by Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1810-1876
344. Thine for ever! God of love by Mary Fawler Hooper Maude, 1847
345. O Father, all creating by John Ellerton, 1876
346. O perfect Love, all human thought transcending by Dorothy Frances Blomfield Gurney, 1883
347. O thou who gavest power to love by Mandell Creighton, 1900
348. The voice that breathed o'er Eden by John Keble, 1857
349. Thou, Lord, hast power to heal by John Brownlie, 1906
350. Christ, enthroned in highest heaven by Latin, thirteenth century;
351. Day of wrath O day of mourning See by Thomas de Celano tr/ad by William Josiah Irons
352. Father of spirits, whose divine control by
353. Gentle Shepherd, thou hast stilled by J. W. Meinhold (1797-1851);
354. Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims by
355. In Paradise reposing by Richard Frederick Littledale (1833-1890)
356. Jesus, Son of Mary by Edmund S> Palmer, 1902, 1906
357. Lord Jesus, who at Lazarus' tomb by Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley (1850-1920)
358. Now the laborer's task is o'er by John Ellerton, 1871
359. O Lord, to whom the spirits live by Richard Frederick Littledale, 1864
360. What sweet of life endureth by John Damascene, eighth century;
361. A few more years shall roll by Horatius Bonar, 1842
362. A safe stronghold our God is still by Martin Luther, 1529;
363. Abide with Me by Henry Francis Lyte, William Henry Monk
364. All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name by Edward Perronet/Oliver Holden
365. All People That on Earth Do Dwell by Louis Bourgeois (or William Kethe & Scottish Psalt
366. Art thou weary, art thou languid by
367. As pants the hart for cooling streams by New Version of the Psalms of David, 1696
368. At the Name of Jesus by James Mountain
369. Be thou my guardian and my guide by Isaac Williams (1802-1865), 1842
370. Blest Are the Pure In Heart by John Keble & William John Hall
371. Brief life is here our portion by
372. Bright the vision that delighted Once by Richard Mant
373. Children of the heavenly King As ye by John Cennick
374. Christian, seek not yet repose by Charlotte Elliott, 1836
375. City of God how broad and far Outspread by Samuel Johnson
376. Come let us join our cheerful songs by Isaac Watts
377. Come, my soul, thy suit prepare by John Newton, 1780
378. Come, O thou Traveler unknown by Eric Routley, 1917-1982
379. Come unto Me ye weary And I will by William Chatterton Dix
380. Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem by Job Hupton (1762-1849), 1805 and John Mason Neale
381. Crown Him With Many Crowns by George J. Elvey
382. Days and moments quickly flying by Edward Caswall (1814-1878) and others
383. Dear Lord and Father of mankind by Frederick C. Maker
384. Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round by John White Chadwick
385. Father, hear the prayer we offer by
386. Father of all, to thee by John Julian
387. Father of heaven, whose love profound by Author Unknown
388. Fierce was the wild billow by Anatolius, eighth century;
389. Fight the good fight with all thy might by William Boyd, 1847-1928
390. Firmly I believe and truly God is Three by John Henry Newman
391. For ever with the Lord Amen so let it be by James Montgomery
392. For thee O dear dear country Mine eyes by Bernard of Cluny (Morlaix) tr/ad by John Mason Nea
393. Glorious things of thee are spoken by Franz Joseph Haydn
394. God Moves in a Mysterious Way by William Croft
395. God of mercy, God of grace by David Evans, 1874-1948
396. Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost by Daniel Moe, b. 1926
397. Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah by William Williams
398. Happy are they, they that love God by Charles Coffin, 1736
399. Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs are swelling by Frederick William Faber, 1854
400. Hark, my soul! it is the Lord by William Cowper, 1768
401. He wants not friends that hath thy love by Richard Baxter, 1681
402. He who would valiant be by Charles Winfred Douglas, 1867-1944
403. Hold thou my hands by William Canton (1845-1926)
404. How shall I sing that majesty by John Mason, 1683
405. How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds by Thomas Hastings
406. I look to thee in every need by
407. Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise by Walter C. Smith
408. Immortal love for ever full by John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892), 1867
409. In the Cross of Christ I glory by Ithamar Conkey
410. In the hour of my distress by Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
411. Jerusalem on high by Samuel Crossman, 1664
412. Jerusalem the golden by Alexander Ewing
413. Jesus, grant me this, I pray by Latin, 1753;
414. Jesus lover of my soul Let me be to by Charles Wesley
415. Jesus Meek And Gentle by
416. Jesus, meek and lowly by Henry Collins, 1854
417. Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all by Henry Collins, 1854
418. Jesus, Name all names above by Theoctistus, ca. 890;
419. Jesus, the very thought of thee by John B. Dykes
420. Jesus shall reign where'er the sun by John Hatton, d. 1793
421. Jesus, these eyes have never seen by Ray Palmer, 1858
422. Jesus, where'er thy people meet by Author Unknown
423. Judge eternal, throned in splendor by
424. King of glory, King of peace by David Charles Walker, b. 1938
425. Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom by
426. Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us by
427. Let all the world in every corner sing by Robert G. McCutchan
428. Let saints on earth in concert sing by
429. Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee by Henry Montague Butler, 1881
430. Lighten the darkness of our life's long night by Frances M. Owen (1842-1883)
431. Light's abode, celestial Salem by
432. Long did I toil, and knew no earthly rest by John Quarles (1624-1665) and Henry Francis Lyte
433. Lord, it belongs not to my care by Richard Baxter, 1681
434. Lord of all being, throned afar by
435. Lord of our life, and God of our salvation by Philip Pusey, 1840;
436. Lord, thy Word abideth by Edvard Grieg, 1843-1907
437. Love Divine, All Loves Excelling by Charles Wesley
438. Love of the Father love of God the Son by Latin tr/ad by Robert Seymour Bridges
439. My faith looks up to thee by Lowell Mason, 1792-1872
440. My God and Father, while I stray by
441. My God, How Wonderful Thou Art by Frederick W. Faber and Thomas Ravenscroft
442. My Lord, my Life, my Love by Yattendon Hymnal, 1900
443. My spirit longs for thee by John Byrom (1691-1763)
444. Nearer My God To Thee by Sarah Fuller Flower Adams & Edward Henry Bicke
445. O for a closer walk with God by John Bacchus Dykes, 1823-1876
446. O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing by Charles Wesley, 1707-88
447. O God of Bethel, by whose hand by
448. O God of mercy, God of might by Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)
449. O God of truth, whose living word by Thomas Hughes, 1859
450. O God Our Help In Ages Past by Isaac Watts, William Croft, Tommy Walker
451. O God, thy power is wonderful by The New English Hymnal, 1985
452. O happy band of pilgrims by John Mason Neale, 1862
453. O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace by Charles Coffin, 1736;
454. O King enthroned on high by Greek, eighth century;
455. O let him whose sorrow by Heinrich Sigmund Oswald, 1826;
456. O Lord and Master of us all by John Greenleaf Whittier, 1866
457. O Lord, how happy should we be by Joseph Anstice, 1836
458. O Lord of hosts, all heaven possessing by Edward Henry Plumptre (1821-1891)
459. O love, how deep, how broad, how high by Anonymous (1415)
460. O Lord, who formedst me to wear by John Scheffler, 1657;
461. O praise our great and gracious Lord by Harriet Auber (1773-1862)
462. O quickly come, dread Judge of all by Lawrence Tuttiett, 1854
463. O thou in all thy might so far by Frederick Lucian Hosmer, 1876
464. O thou not made with hands by Francis Turner Palgrave, 1867
465. O what their joy and their glory must be by Peter (Pierre) Abelard tr/ad by John Mason Neale
466. O Worship the King, All Glorious Above by William Kethe, William Gardiner, Robert H. Grant
467. Oft in danger, oft in woe by Henry Kirke White (1785-1806), printed 1812;
468. Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin by Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1875
469. Pleasant are thy courts above by Henry Francis Lyte, 1834
470. Praise, My Soul, The King Of Heaven by Ludwig Van Beetoven
471. Praise to the Holiest in the height by John Bacchus Dykes, 1823-1876
472. Pray that Jerusalem may have by Scottish Psalter, 1650
473. Pray when the morn is breaking by Jane Cross Simpson (1811-1886) and others
474. Prayer Is the Soul's Sincere Desire by James Montgomery
475. Rejoice, O land, in God thy might by Robert Bridges, 1900
476. Rejoice, The Lord is King by John Darwall
477. Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me by Thomas Hastings
478. Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above by Johann J. Schutz, trans. by Frances E. Cox
479. Soldiers of Christ, Arise by Charles Wesley
480. Soldiers, who are Christ's below by Latin, 1736;
481. Songs of praise the angels sang by John Antes
482. Still will we trust, though earth seem dark by William Henry Burleigh (1812-1871)
483. Strong Son of God, immortal Love by
484. Take up thy cross, the Savior said by Author Unknown
485. Teach me, my God and King by Charles Lockhart, 1745-1815
486. Ten thousand times ten thousand by Henry Alford, 1867
487. That day of wrath, that dreadful day by Walter Scott, 1805
488. The Church of God a kingdom is by Lionel B.C.L. Muirhead, 1899
489. The Church's One Foundation by Samuel J. Stone
490. The King of love my Shepherd is Whose by Henry Williams Baker
491. The Lord my pasture shall prepare by Joseph Addison, 1712
492. The Lord will come and not be slow by Jeremiah Clarke (1701)
493. The roseate hues of early dawn by Cecil Frances Alexadner, 1852
494. The strain upraise of joy and praise by Balbulus Notker (840-912);
495. The world is very evil by Bernard of Cluny, twelfth century;
496. There is a blessed home by Henry Williams Baker, 1861
497. There is a book, who runs may read by John Keble, 1827
498. There is a land of pure delight by Isaac Watts, 1707
499. There's a Wideness in God's Mercy by Frederick William Faber & Johann Ludwig Steiner
500. They whose course on earth is o'er by John Mason Neale, 1843
501. Three in One, and One in Three by Gilbert Rorison (1821-1869), 1849
502. Through all the changing scenes of life by Nicholas Brady
503. Through the night of doubt and sorrow by Bernhardt Severin Ingemann, 1825;
504. "Thy kingdom come!" on bended knee by Frederick Lucian Hosmer
505. Thy way, not mine, O Lord by Horatius Bonar, 1857
506. To Mercy, Pity, Peace and Love by William Blake, 1789
507. To the Name of our salvation by Caspar Ett, 1788-1847
508. We love the place, O God by
509. We saw thee not when thou didst come by Ann Richter (1792-1857) and John Hampden Gurney (
510. We sing the praise of him who died by Thomas Kelly
511. When All Thy Mercies, O My God by Joseph Addison and William Gardiner
512. When morning gilds the skies My heart by Katholisches Gesangbuch tr/ad by Edward Caswall &a
513. When our heads are bowed with woe by Henry Hart Milman, 1827
514. Who is this, so weak and helpless by William Walsham How, 1867
515. Wilt thou forgive that sin where I begun by John Donne
516. Work is sweet, for God has blessed by Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)
517. Ye Holy Angels Bright by William Croft
518. Ye servants of the Lord by Philip Doddridge (1702-1751), 1755
519. Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones by Straslund Gesangbuch
520. Holy Father, in thy mercy by Isabel S. Stevenson, 1889
521. O Lord of heaven and earth and sea by Christopher Wordsworth, 1863
522. We Give Thee But Thine Own by Joseph Barnby
523. Lord, behold us with thy blessing by Henry James Buckoll, 1843
524. God be with you till we meet again by William G. Tomer (1880)
525. From thee all skill and science flow by Charles Kingsley
526. Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old by
527. Thou to whom the sick and dying by Godfrey Thring, 1870
528. Father of men, in whom are one by H.C. Shuttleworth (1850-1900)
529. Son of God, eternal Savior by Somerset Corry Lowry (1855-1932), 1893
530. Lord of life and King of glory by Christian Burke, 1904
531. Father, who on man dost shower by Percy Dearmer, 1906
532. Let us with a gladsome mind by Author Unknown
533. Now Thank We All Our God by Martin Rinkart, Music by Johann C ruger
534. Praise the Lord of heaven, praise him in the height by Thomas Browne Browne, 1844
535. Praise the lord! Ye Heavens, Adore Him by Rowland H. Prichard
536. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty by Joachim Neander
537. Rejoice today with one accord Sing out by Henry Williams Baker
538. Father, to thee we look in all our sorrow by Frederick Lucian Hosmer (1840-1929)
539. O Lord of hosts, who didst upraise by Arthur Christopher Benson, 1900
540. Eternal Father Strong to save Whose arm by William Whiting & Robert Nelson Spencer &
541. Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep by Godfrey Thring, 1862
542. How are thy servants blest, O lord by Joseph Addison, 1712;
543. Lord, the wind and sea obey thee by Percy Dearmer, 1906
544. O faith of England, taught of old by Thomas Alexander Lacey, 1906
545. Thy hand, O God, has guided by Author Unknown
546. Fling out the banner let it float Sky by George Washington Doane
547. From Greenland's icy mountains by Lowell Mason
548. God is working his purpose out by Martin Fallas Shaw, 1875-1958
549. Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass by James Montgomer, 1843
550. O North, with all thy vales of green by William Cullen Bryant, 1869
551. Savior, sprinkle many nations by Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1851
552. Spread, O spread, thou mighty word by
553. Thou, whose almighty word by Felice de Giardini, 1716-1796
554. Thy kingdom come, O God by Leighton George Hayne, 1836-1883
555. Dismiss me not thy service, Lord by
556. Go, labor on; spend, and be spent by Horatius Bonar, 1843
557. From foes that would the land devour by Reginald Heber (1783-1826)
558. God of our fathers, known of old by Rudyard Kipling, 1897
559. God of our fathers, unto thee by A.C. Ainger (1841-1919)
560. God save our gracious Queen by
561. Lord, while for all mankind we pray by John Reynell Wreford, 1837
562. O God of earth and altar by
563. Once to Every Man and Nation by John Zundel
564. The Queen, O God, her heart by Robert Bridges, 1899
565. To thee our God we fly by William Walsham How, 1874
566. When wilt thou save the people? by Ebenezer Elliott, 1850
567. Beneath The Cross Of Jesus by Elizabeth Cecilia Douglas Clephane