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Index of Songs of Praise, Enlarged Edition, 1931


While not strictly for church use, this hymnal for schools was so widely used in English schools and became so identified with Anglican music, that it would be impossible to leave it out of this survey. This is the enlarged edition of 1931, still in print, edited by Percy Dearmer, Martin Shaw and Ralph Vaughan Williams. The original edition appeared in 1925

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Part I: Times and Seasons

New Year

001 For thy mercy and thy grace

Spring

002 Kindly spring again is here

003 Lift your hidden faces

004 Spring has now unwrapped the flowers

005 Spring bursts today

006 The year's at the spring

Summer

007 Summer suns are glowing

008 The summer days are coming again

Harvest

009 Come, ye thankful people, come

010 Fair waved the golden corn

011 Fields of corn, give up your ears

012 Let us with a gladsome mind

013 To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise

014 We plow the fields, and scatter

Autumn

015 The year is swiftly waning

Winter

016 Tis winter now; the fallen snow

Seasons: General

017 All the scenes of nature quicken

018 By the breadth of the blue

019 Hark, my soul! how everything

020 Thou art, O God, the life and light

021 When spring unlocks the flowers

Sunday

022 Most glorious Lord of life, that on this day

023 This is the day the Lord hath made

Morning

024 At thy feet, O Christ, we lay

025i Awake, my soul, and with the sun

025ii Glory to thee, who safe hast kept

025iii Wake, and lift up thyself, my heart

026 Christ, whose glory fills the skies

027 Come, thou bright and morning star

028 Father, we praise thee, now the night is over

029 Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go

030 Morning has broken

031 New every morning is the love

032 Now the morn new light is pouring

033 O splendor of God's glory bright

034 So here hath been dawning

035 The splendors of thy glory, Lord

036 When virgin morn doth call thee to arise

037 Ye clouds and darkness, hosts of night

038 You that have spent the silent night

039 Behold us, Lord, a little space

040 Blest are the moments, doubly blest

Evening

041 And now the wants are told, that brought

042 At even, ere the sun was set

043 Behold the sun, that seemed but now

044 Creator of the earth and sky

045 Glory to thee, my God, this night

046 God, that madest earth and heaven

047 Holy Father, cheer our way

048 Now God be with us

049 Now the day is over

050 O gladsome light, O grace

051 O Trinity of blessed Light

052 Round me falls the night

053 Savior, again to thy dear name we raise

054 Savior, shed an evening blessing

055 Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear

056 The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended

057 The duteous day now closeth

058 The night is come like to the day

Part II: The Church's Year

Advent

059 Ah, think not, "The Lord delayeth'

060 Christ is the world's true Light

061 Hark, a herald voice is calling

062 Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes

063 High o'er the lonely hills

064 Hills of the north, rejoice

065 Lo, he comes with clouds descending

066 O come, O come Emmanuel

067 On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry

068 The advent of our God

069 With Jesus for hero, for teacher and friend

Christmas Day and the Christmas Season

070 A great and mighty wonder

071 Angels, from the realms of glory

072 Behold, the great Creator makes

073 Christians, awake! salute the happy morn

074 Hark, the herald angels sing

075 In the bleak midwinter

076 It came upon the midnight clear

077 It was the calm and silent night

078 O come, all ye faithful

079 O little town of Bethlehem

080 The holy Son of God most high

081 Thou whose birth on earth

082 While shepherds watched their flocks by night

Epiphany Season

083 As with gladness men of old

084 Bethlehem, of noblest cities

085 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

Epiphany and the Sundays after

086 By weary stages

087 Hail to the Lord's Anointed

088 Hark, how all the welkin rings

089 Hearts at Christmas time

090 How brightly beams the Morning Star

091 In Asia born, from Asia hailed

092 Love came down at Christmas

093 O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness

094 The greatness of God in his love has been shown

095 The Lord is come! On Syrian soil

096 The race that long in darkness pined

Lent

097 Forty days and forty nights

098 Now quit your care

Lenten Hymns

099 Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended

100 Be thou my guardian and my guide

101 Jesus, Name all names above

102 Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace

103 Lighten the darkness of our life's long night

104 Long did I toil, and knew no earthly rest

105 Lord, it belongs not to my care

106 Lord Jesus, think on me

107 Lord, thou hast told us that there be

108 Lord, when we bend before thy throne

109 Lord, who hast made me free

110 My God, I love thee; not because

111 My spirit longs for thee

112 O for a closer walk with God

113 O for a heart to praise my God

114 O help us, Lord! each hour of need

115 O let him whose sorrow

116 O Lord, turn not thy face from me

117 O thou, from whom all goodness flows

118 Shepherd divine, our wants relieve

119 Take up thy cross, the Savior said

120 Thou say'st, "Take up thy cross"

121 To my humble supplication

122 When the unquiet hours depart

123 Wilt thou forgive that sin, where I begun

Passiontide

124 A voice upon he midnight air

125 Drop, drop, slow tears

126 Into the woods my Master went

127 My song is love unknown

128 O sacred head, sore wounded

129 Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle

130 The royal banners forward go

131 There is a green hill far away

132 We sing the praise of him who died

133 When I survey the wondrous Cross

134 When my love to Christ grows weak

135 All glory, laud, and honor

136 Come, faithful people, come away

137 Ride on, ride on in majesty

138 In the place of sorrow, waiting

139 It is finished! Christ hath known

140 O come and mourn with me awhile

141 Throned upon the awful Tree

142 At eve, when now he breathed no more

Easter Day and the Sunday after

143 Ye sons and daughters of the King

144 Come, ye faithful, raise the strain

145 Jesus Christ is risen today

146 The day of Resurrection

147 The strife is o'er, the battle done

Easter Day to Ascension Day

148 A messenger within the grave

149 All the toil and sorrow done, Alleluia

150 Alleluia, Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise

151 Awake, arise, lift up your voice

152 Christ is risen! Christ is risen

153 Christ the Lord is risen again

154 Good Christian men, rejoice and sing

155 Jesus lives! thy terrors now

156 Let all the multitudes of light

157 Let us rejoice, the fight is won

158 Life is good, for God contrives it

159 Lo, when the day of rest was past

160 Love's redeeming work is done

161 Rejoice and be glad! he lives who was slain

162 Round the earth the message runs

163 Sing, all ye Christian people

164 Sing, brothers, sing and praise your King

165 Sing, men and angels, sing

166 Take heart, friends and neighbors

167 The whole bright world rejoices now

168 Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise

Easter Day to Trinity Sunday

169 How great the harvest is

Rogationtide

170 God of mercy, God of grace

171 Lord, in thy name thy servants plead

Ascensiontide

172 Hail the day that sees him rise

173 See the Conqueror mounts in triumph

174 The eternal gates lift up their heads

175 The head that once was crowned with thorns

176 To God, with heart and cheerful voice

Whitsuntide

177 Come down, O Love divine

178 Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire

179 Come, O Creator Spirit, come

180 Come, thou holy Paraclete

181 Creator Spirit, by whose aid

182 Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed

183 Our Lord, his passion ended

184 Spirit of mercy, truth and love

185 When Christ had shown God's dawning Reign

Trinity Sunday

186 Father most holy, merciful and tender

187 Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty

188 Most ancient of all mysteries

Dedication Festivals and Anniversaries

189 All things are thine; no gift have we

190i Blessed city, heavenly Salem

190ii Christ is made the sure foundation

191 Lo, God is here! let us adore

192 O Light, from age to age the same

193 Sing, all good people gathered

194 Our Father, by whose servants

Part III: The Communion of Saints

The Church in Heaven

195 For ever with the Lord

196 I would choose to be a doorkeeper

197 Jerusalem on high

198 Jerusalem the golden

199 Light's abode, celestial Salem

200 O what their joy and their glory must be

201 There is a land of pure delight

The Saints

202 For all the saints who from their labors rest

203 For thy dear saint, O Lord

204 Give me the wings of faith to rise

205 Hail, glorious spirits, heirs of light

206 Hark, the sound of holy voices

207 How bright these glorious spirits shine

208 Rejoice, ye dead, where'er your spirits dwell

209 What are these that glow from afar

210 Who are these like stars appearing

Apostles and Prophets

211 Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth

212 Prophets, teachers, true recorders

213 Servants of God, or sons

Evangelists

214 Virtue supreme, thy mighty stream

Martyrs

215 Let us now our voices raise

216 The Son of God goes forth to war

Special Days and Occasions (St. Andrew to All Saints)

217 Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult

217 Jesus calls us! o'er the tumult

218 Who dreads, yet undismayed

219 When Stephen, full of power and grace

220 On the moorland of life God's Shepherd is seen

221 When Christ was born in Bethlehem

222 To Damascus! Paul had shouted

223 When Mary brought her treasure

224 When Judas did his Lord reject

225 We praise thy name, all holy Lord

227 Lord God of Hosts, within whose hand

228 A message came to a maiden young

228 The Saint who first found grace to pen

229 The winter's sleep was long and deep

230 True Son of Man, thou crown of human valor

231 Let thine example, holy John

232 Look up, by failure daunted

233 Unto Mary, demon-haunted

234 Lord, who shall sit beside thee

235 O Master, it is good to be

236 O saint of summer, what can we sing for you

237 He sat to watch o'er customs paid

238 Angels and ministers, spirits of grace

239 Around the throne of God a band

240 Service and strength, God's angels and archangels

241 Great is their joy who hide their own

242 Christ is the King, O friends rejoice

243 For the brave of every race

244 Unknown and unrewarded

The Church on Earth

245 Christ hath a garden walled around

246 O faith of England, taught of old

247 Sing alleluia forth in loyal praise

248 The Church of God a kingdom is

249 The Church's one foundation

Baptism

250 In token that thou shalt not fear

251 O Lord, thy people gathered here

Confirmation, Adult Baptism, and Self-Dedication

252 Father of all, to thee

253 Just as I am, without one plea

254 My God, accept my heart this day

255 O Jesus, I have promised

256 O thou who camest from above

257 Take my life, and let it be

258 Thine for ever! God of love

Communion

259 According to thy gracious word

260 Alleluia, sing to Jesus

261 And now, O Father, mindful of the love

262 As the disciples, when thy Son had left them

263 Author of life divine

264 Bread of heaven, on thee we feed

265 Bread of the world in mercy broken

266 Come, risen Lord, and deign to be our guest

267 Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness

268 Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord

269 Father, we greet thee, God of love, whose glory

270 Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face

271 Holy Father, we show forth here

272 I hunger and I thirst

273 Let all mortal flesh keep silence

274i Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor

274ii Draw us in the Spirit's tether

275 O God, in whom we live and move

276 O most merciful

277 O Savior victim

278 Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands

279 Thee we adore, O hidden Savior, thee

280 Therefore we, before him bending

281 Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants

Marriage

282 God, whose eternal mind

283 O perfect Love, all human thought transcending

284 O thou who gavest power to love

The Sick: Hospital Sunday

285 From thee all skill and science flow

286 Life and health are in the name

287 Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old

The Life Beyond: Funerals and Commemorations

288 Christ who knows all his sheep

289 For those we love within the veil

290 How can I cease to pray for thee

291 Joy and triumph everlasting

292 Now thy earthly work is done

293 O valiant hearts, who to your glory came

294 They are all gone into the world of light

295 They whose course on earth is o'er

296 Where is death's sting? We were not born to die

Ministerial Service

297 Dismiss me not thy service, Lord

298 Pour out thy Spirit from on high

Service Oversea

299 Far round the world thy children sing their song

300 God is working his purpose out

301 Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass

302 Servants of the great adventure

303 Thou, whose almighty word

Part IV: Social Service, General

304 All the past we leave behind

305 Little things that run and quail

306 Men, whose boast it is that ye

307 O brother man, fold to thy heart

308 O God of earth and altar

309 Once to every man and nation

310 The day of the Lord is at hand, at hand

311 The world's great age begins anew

312 These things shall be! A loftier race

313 Through all the long dark night of years

314 When wilt thou save the people?

315 With wonderful, deathless ditties

Social Service: National

316 England, arise! the long, long night is over

317 God of our fathers, known of old

318 God save our gracious Queen

319 I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above

320 Lord, while for all mankind we pray

321 Men of England, who inherit

322 O beautiful, my country

323 O Lord almighty, thou whose hands

324 The Queen, O God, her heart

325 What heroes thou hast bred

326 Father eternal, ruler of creation

327 Sound over all waters, reach out from all lands

328 The night is ended and the morning nears

329 Turn back, O Man, forswear

Part V: Special Occasions

Absent Friends

330 Father all-seeing, friend of all creation

Almsgiving

331 Thine are all the gifts, O God

332 We give thee but thine own

Assembly and Dismissal

333 Lord, behold us with thy blessing

Farewell

334 God be with you till we meet again

Greeting

335 O welcome in our midst

For those at Sea

336 Eternal Father, strong to save

337 Lord, in the hollow of thy hand

Societies: General

338 Father of men, in whom are one

339 Son of God, eternal Savior

Friendly and Temperance Societies

340 Father, who on man dost shower

Medical Gatherings and Health Societies

341 Quick sympathy, hands that brought health

Mothers

342 Lord of life, who once wast cradled

Songs for Camps and Meetings

343 Lord God, from whom all life

344 Lord, who didst send, by two and two before thee

345 Working together, wary and strong

Teachers

346 Lord, from whose hand we take our charge

Times of Stress or Trouble

347 Father, to thee we look in all our sorrow

348 In this world, the Isle of Dreams

349 Lord of our life, and God of our salvation

Thanksgiving

350 Now thank we all our God

351 O praise ye the Lord! praise him in the height

Part VI: For Children

352 A little child on the earth has been born

353 Away in a manger, no crib for a bed

354 Daisies are our silver

355 Father, we thank thee for the night

356 Gentle Jesus, meek and mild

357 God my Father, loving me

358 God who made the earth

359 God whose Name is love

360 Hark, a hundred notes are swelling

361 I love God's tiny creatures

362 In another land and time

363 Jesus, Friend of little children

364 Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me

365 Little drops of water

366 Loving Shepherd of thy sheep

367 O dear and lovely Brother

368 Once in royal David's city

369 Remember all the people

370 Savior, teach me day by day

371 Sing to the Lord the children's hymn

372 The shepherds had an angel

373 The wise may bring their learning

374 Thou who once on mother's knee

375 Through the night thy angels kept

376 To God who makes all lovely things

377 When a knight won his spurs

378 When lamps are lighted in the town

379 When the herds were watching

380 Winter creeps

Five Short Carols

381 From out of a wood did a cuckoo fly

382 Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber

383 Little Jesus, sweetly sleep

384 The first Nowell the angel did say

385 Unto us a boy is born

Sunday Kindergarten

386i Good day to you all, good day to each one

386ii Here we come with gladness

386iiia We wish you many happy returns of the day

386iiib Who has seen the wind

386iv Our babies' names are on the roll

386v Praise him, praise him, all his children

386vi Good-bye! Our school is over

Part VII: Processional

387 Of the Father's love begotten

388 From the eastern mountains

389 Hail thee, festival day!

390 Welcome, day of the Lord

391 Holy Spirit, make us strong

392 At the Name of Jesus

393 City of Peace, our mother dear

394 Forward through the ages

395 Jerusalem, my happy home

396 O Father above us, our father in might

397 Onward, Christian soldiers

398 The God of Abraham praise

Part VIII: Verses and Doxologies

Graces and other verses

399 Day by day

400 Dear Father, keep me through this day

401 Enrich, Lord, heart, mouth, hands in me

402 Here a little child I stand

403 Our Father, for our daily bread

404 Thank you for the world so sweet

405 We thank thee, loving Father

Doxologies, etc.

406 All praise and thanks to God

407 Be, Lord, the happy guide

408 From all that dwell below the skies

409 Honor and glory, power and salvation

410 I to the hills will lift mine eyes

411 I will arise and to my Father go

412 In God rejoice! his good endures

413 Praise God, from whom all blessings flow

414 Praise the Lord of heaven, praise him in the height

415 Through north and south and east and west

416 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost

417 To thee, who makest all

418 Worship, honor, glory, blessing

Part IX: Canticles, etc. (not included here)

419-434 Part X: General

435 A brighter dawn is breaking

436 A safe stronghold our God is still

437 Abide with me; fast falls the eventide

438 All as God wills, who wisely heeds

439 All creatures of our God and King

440 All hail the power of Jesus' name

441 All hail to the Power who giveth men might

442 All my hope on God is founded

443 All people that on earth do dwell

444 All things bright and beautiful

445 All things which live below the sky

446 And did those feet in ancient time

447 And didst thou love the race that loved not thee

448 Angels holy, high and lowly

449 As pants the hart for cooling streams

450 Awake, awake to love and work

451 Awake, our souls; away, our fears

452 Before thy feet I fall

453 Believe not those who say

454 Beyond, beyond that boundless sea

455 Blest are the pure in heart

456 Blest be the day when moved I was

457 Book of books, our people's strength

458 Breathe on me, Breath of God

459 Brief life is here our portion

460 Bright the vision that delighted

461 Can I see another's woe

462 Can you count the stars that brightly

463 Children of the heavenly King

464 Christ is our cornerstone

465 Christ, of all my hopes the ground

466 Christian, dost thou see them

467 Christian, seek not yet repose

468 City of God, how broad and far

469 Close by the heedless worker's side

470 Come, kindred, upstand in the valor of Jesus

471 Come, labor on

472 Come, let us join our cheerful songs

473 Come, my soul, thy suit prepare

474 Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life

475 Come now, all people, keep high mirth

476 Come, O thou Traveler unknown

477 Come, ye people, raise the anthem

478 Cometh sunshine after rain

479 Commit thou all thy griefs

480 Crown him upon the throne

481 Dear Lord and Father of mankind

482 Enduring Soul of all our life

483 Enter thy courts, thou word of life

484 Eternal Father, who didst all create

485 Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round

486 Everything changes

487 Father, hear the prayer we offer

488i Father in heaven, who lovest all

488iiLand of our birth, we pledge to thee

489 Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep

490 Fierce was the wild billow

491 Fight the good fight with all thy might

492 Fill thou my life, O Lord my God

493 For mercy, courage, kindness, mirth

494 For the beauty of the earth

495 For the might of thine arm we bless thee

496 From glory to glory advancing, we praise thee, O Lord

497 Gather us in, thou love that fillest all

498 Gird on thy sword, O man, thy strength endue

499 Glad that I live am I

500 Glorious things of thee are spoken

501 God be in my head

502 God is love, his the care

503 God moves in a mysterious way

504 God, who created me

505 Good cheer

506 Gracious Spirit, dwell with me

507 Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost

508 Guide me, O thou great Redeemer

509 Happy are they, they that love God

510 Hark, my soul! it is the Lord

511 Hark, what a sound, and too divine

512 Hast thou not known, hast thou not heard

513 He that is down needs fear no fall

514 He wants not friends that hath thy love

515 He who would valiant be

516 Heavenly Father, may thy blessing

517 Help us to help each other, Lord

518 Here in the country's heart

519 Hold thou my hands

520 Holy Spirit, Truth divine

521 Hosanna! Music is divine

522 How are thy servants blest, O lord

523 How blest are they whose hearts are pure

524 How happy is he born and taught

525 How lovely are thy dwellings fair

526 How shall I sing that majesty

527 How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds

528 I bind unto myself today

529 I heard the voice of Jesus say

530 I know not what the future hath

531 I learned it in the meadow path

532 I look to thee in every need

533 I praised the earth, in beauty seen

534 I sought thee round about, O thou my God

535 Immortal, invisible, God only wise

536 Immortal love for ever full

537 In Christ there is no East or West

538 In our work and in our play (Piggott)

539 It fell upon a summer day

540 Jesus, good above all other

541 Jesus, Lord, we look to thee

542 Jesus, lover of my soul

543 Jesus, meek and gentle

544 Jesus, priceless treasure

545 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun

546 Jesus, so lowly

547 Jesus, the very thought of thee

548 Jesus, the very thought is sweet

549 Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts

550 Jesus, these eyes have never seen

551 Jesus, where'er thy people meet

552 Judge eternal, throned in splendor

553 King of glory, King of peace

554 Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom

555 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us

556 Let all the world in every corner sing

557 Let saints on earth in concert sing

558 Let the whole creation cry

559 Life of ages, richly poured

560 Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee

561 Lo, in the wilderness a voice

562 Lord Christ, when first thou cam'st to men

563 Lord, my weak thought in vain would climb

564 Lord of all being, throned afar

565 Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy

566 Lord of all majesty and might

567 Lord of health, thou life within us

568 Lord of the strong

569 Lord, thou who gav'st me all I have

570 Lord, thy word abideth

571 Lord, when the wise men came from afar

572 Lord, who thyself hast bidden us to pray

573 Love divine, all loves excelling

574 Love of the Father, Love of God the Son

575 Made lowly wise, we pray no more

576 Make me a captive, Lord

577 Mercy thou art, Creator, Friend

578 Mine eyes have seen the glory

579 More lovely than the noonday rest

580 My faith looks up to thee

581 My God, how wonderful thou art

582 My God, I thank thee, who hast made

583 My God, my Father, make me strong

584 My Lord, my Life, my Love

585 My soul, there is a country

586 Nearer, my God, to thee

587 Never weather-beaten sail more willing bent

588 No coward soul is mine

589 Not always on the mount may we

590 Not with a choir of angels without number

591 Now in life's breezy morning

592 Now join, ye comrades true

593 O Christ, who holds the open gate

594 O for a faith that will not shrink

595 O for a thousand tongues to sing

596 O God of Bethel, by whose hand

597 O God of truth, whose living word

598 O God, our help in ages past

599 O happy band of pilgrims

600 O heavenly Beauty, lovelier far

601 O Holy Spirit, God

602 O life that makest all things new

603 O Lord and Master of us all

604 O Lord, how happy should we be

605 O Lord, in me there lieth nought

606 O Lord of hosts, all heaven possessing

607 O Love of God, how strong and true

608 O Love, who formedst me to wear

609 O sing to the Lord now, his greatness

610 O sometimes gleams upon our sight

611 O Son of Man, our hero strong and tender

612 O source divine, and life of all

613 O sweeter than the marriage-feast

614 O thou in all thy might so far

615 O thou not made with hands

616 O thou that movest all, O Power

617 O world invisible, we view thee

618 O worship the King all glorious above

619 Oft in danger, oft in woe

620 Our Father, while our hearts unlearn

621 Our God, to whom we turn

622 Poor Soul, the center of my sinful earth

623 Praise, my soul, the King of heaven

624 Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him

625 Praise to the Holiest in the height

626 Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation

627 Praise we the Lord, who made all beauty

628 Pray that Jerusalem may have

629 Pray when the morn is breaking

630 Prayer is the soul's sincere desire

631 Rejoice, O land, in God thy might

632 Rejoice, the Lord is King

633 Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky

634 Ring out, ye crystal spheres

635 Rise up, O men of God

636 Rock of ages, cleft for me

637 Say not "The struggle nought availeth"

638 Shall God not share

639 Sing a song of joy, praise our God with mirth

640 Sing praise to God who spoke through man

641 Soldiers of Christ, arise

642 Soldiers of the Cross, arise

643 Sometimes a light surprises

644 Songs of praise the angels sang

645 Spread, O spread, thou mighty word

646 Stand up, stand up for Jesus

647 Stern daughter of the voice of God

648 Strong Son of God, immortal Love

649 Sunset and evening star

650 Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright

651 Sweet infancy

652 Teach me, my God and King

653 The God of love my Shepherd is

654 The King of love my Shepherd is

655 The Lord is in his holy place

656 The Lord my pasture shall prepare

657 The Lord of heaven confess

658 The Lord will come and not be slow

659 The spacious firmament on high

660 The Spirit of the Lord revealed

661 Thee will I love, my God and King

662 Then welcome each rebuff

663 There a myriad means, O Lord

664 There is a book, who runs may read

665 There is no sorrow, Lord, too light

666 There's a wideness in God's mercy

667 There's heaven above, and night by night

668 They all were looking for a king

669 Those who love and those who labor

670 Thou art my life; if thou but turn away

671 Thou hidden love of God, whose height

672 Thou Judge by whom each empire fell

673 Thou long disowned, reviled, oppressed

674 Thou true Vine, that heals the nations

675 Thou wast, O God, and thou wast blest

676 Though lowly our lot may be

677 Through all the changing scenes of life

678 Through the night of doubt and sorrow

679 Thy heaven, on which 'tis bliss to look

680 Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee

681 To God, the everlasting, who abides

682 To Mercy, Pity, Peace and Love

683 To the Name of our salvation

684 To thee whose eye all nature owns

685 To us in Bethlem city

686 Up to those bright and gladsome hills

687 Wake, awake, for night is flying

688 We love the place, O God

689 We saw thee not when, far away

690 We sing of God, the mighty source

691 We thank thee, Lord, for this fair earth

692 We thank you, Lord of Heaven

693 What conscience dictates to be done

694 When all thy mercies, O my God

695 When by fear my heart is daunted

696 When morning gilds the skies

697 When on my day of life

698 When through the whirl of wheels

699 Where is thy God, my soul

700 Who within that stable cries

701 Ye holy angels bright

702 Ye servants of the Lord

703 Zeal of the Lord, for ever burning


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