Hymnal Contents

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#TitleOriginal TitleAuthorTuneComposer
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001Every Morning Mercies NewRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863: verse 1, lines 1, 2 alteredEvery MorningEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
002aO God, Before Thy Sun’s Bright BeamsRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1826
002bO God, Before Thy Sun’s Bright BeamsRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863SouthwellHerbert S. Irons, 1861
003aLord, in the Morning Thou Shalt HearRev. Isaac Watts, 1719MearWelsh Air: Aaron William’s Collection, 1763
003bLord, in the Morning Thou Shalt HearRev. Isaac Watts, 1719WarwickSamuel Stanley, 1800
004Awake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken, 1695 (Text of 1709)Morning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1791
005O Jesus, Lord of Heavenly GraceSplendor paternae gloriaeAmbrose of Milan (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837ElyBishop Thomas Turton, 1844
006New Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1822MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
007aAs the Sun Doth Daily RiseMatutinus altioraAnonymous (Latin), Translation by “O.B.C.” Recast by Earl Nelson, 1864Confidence (Merrill)Rev. William P. Merrill, 1895
007bAs the Sun Doth Daily RiseMatutinus altioraAnonymous (Latin), Translation by “O.B.C.” Recast by Earl Nelson, 1864InnocentsOld French Melody
008Now, When the Dusky Shades of Night, RetreatingAnonymous, Hedge and Huntington’s Hymns for the Church of Christ, 1853Laus MatutinaSir John Stainer, 1872
009aChrist, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley, 1740RatisbonOld German Melody: Werner’s Choralbuch, 1815
009bChrist, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley, 1740Day-StarSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
010aCome, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz, published 1700, Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll, 1841HaydnArranged from Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
010bCome, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz, published 1700, Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll, 1841Lux PrimaSir John Stainer, 1872
011aThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864The Radiant MornCharles F. Gounod, 1872
011bThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864St. GabrielRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, Bart., 1868
012The Sun Is Sinking FastSol praeceps rapiturAnonymous (Latin), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall 1858St. ColumbaHerbert S. Irons, 1861
013As Now the Sun’s Declining RaysLabente jam solis rotaCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Holy TrinitySir Joseph Barnby, 1861
014Now God Be with Us, for the Night Is ClosingDie Nacht ist kommen, drin wir ruhen sollenRev. Petrus Herbert, 1566, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1863Now God Be with UsSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
015aThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806. Doxology added.Through the DaySir Joseph Barnby, 1872
015bThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806. Doxology added.AlbertHeinrich Albert, 1643
016Sun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820HursleyAscribed to Peter Ritter, 1792, arranged by William H. Monk, 1861
017aAll Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1693 (text of 1709)Tallis’ Evening HymnAltered from Thomas Tallis, 1560
017bAll Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1693 (text of 1709)QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
018O Light of Life, O Savior DearFrancis T. Palgrave, 1865AbendsSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874
019aThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853, 1862St. Anatolius (Barnby)Sir Joseph Barnby, 1869
019bThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853, 1862St. Anatolius (Brown)Arthur H. Brown, 1862
019cThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853, 1862St. Anatolius (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
020aThe Day Is Gently Sinking to a CloseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863NachtliedHenry Smart, 1872
020bThe Day Is Gently Sinking to a CloseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863SundownJohn H. Gower, 1890
021aAt Even, Ere the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868AngelusAltered from Georg Josephi, 1657
021bAt Even, Ere the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868St. FidelisSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
022aAgain, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1859VespersJames W. Elliott (1833-1915)
022bAgain, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1859StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1875
023Savior, Breathe an Evening BlessingJames Edmeston, 1820Evening PrayerGeorge C. Stebbins, 1878
024aAbide with Me: Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847EventideWilliam H. Monk, 1861
024bAbide with Me: Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847Abide with MeSir John Goss, 1872
025All Praise to Him Who Dwells in BlissRev. Charles Wesley, 1741St. SaviorFrederick G. Baker, 1876
026aThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870St. ClementRev. Clement C. Scholefield, 1874
026bThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870RadfordSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1874
027aNow from the Altar of My HeartRev. John Mason, 1683St. HughEdward J. Hopkins, 1862
027bNow from the Altar of My HeartRev. John Mason, 1683EvanRev. William H. Havergal, 1846
028aThe Shadows of the Evening HoursMiss Adelaide Anne Procter, 1862: verse 4, line 7, alteredSt. Leonard (Hiles)Henry Hiles, 1868
028bThe Shadows of the Evening HoursMiss Adelaide Anne Procter, 1862: verse 4, line 7, alteredPaxJohn Kinross, 1887
029Softly Now the Light of DayBishop George W. Doane, 1824SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
030The Day, O Lord, Is SpentRev. John Mason Neale, 1842St. IgnatiusSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
031aOur Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1869, 1871SchumannAscribed to Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
031bOur Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1869, 1871Garden CityHoratio W. Parker, 1890
032This Night, O Lord, We Bless TheeRev. James D. Burns, 1856AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
033My God, How Endless Is Thy Love!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709CanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
034aSavior, When Night Involves the SkiesRev. Thomas Gisborne, 1803: verse 2, line 1, alteredSwedenHenry Hiles, 1868
034bSavior, When Night Involves the SkiesRev. Thomas Gisborne, 1803: verse 2, line 1, alteredAlsaceArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
035Lord of Power, Lord of MightRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862Mount ZionSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
036aMy Lord, My Love, Was CrucifiedRev. John Mason, 1683BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
036bMy Lord, My Love, Was CrucifiedRev. John Mason, 1683BelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
037aThis Is the Day the Lord Hath MadeRev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. John’s CollegeGeorge M. Garrett, 1872
037bThis Is the Day the Lord Hath MadeRev. Isaac Watts, 1719ArlingtonArranged from Thomas A. Arne, 1762
038aWelcome, Delightful Morn“Hayward,” in Dobell’s Selection, 1806AspirationWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
038bWelcome, Delightful Morn“Hayward,” in Dobell’s Selection, 1806LischerArranged from Friedrich J. C. Schneider (1786-1853), by Lowell Mason, 1841
039Light of Light, Enlighten MeLicht vom Licht, erleuchte michRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1714, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858HinchmanUzziah C. Burnap, 1869
040Lord of the Sabbath, Hear Us PrayRev. Philip Doddridge, 1737, altered, Cotterill’s Selection, 1819, and elsewhereGermanyWilliam Gardiner’s Sacred Melodies, 1815
041Sweet Is the Work, My God, My KingRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Grace ChurchArranged from Ignace Pleyel, 1815
042Another Six Day’s Work Is DoneRev. Joseph Stennett, published 1732, altered in Ash and Evans’ Collection, 1769ErnanLowell Mason, 1850
043aThis Day, at Thy Creating WordBishop William W. How, 1854, 1872LaudsOld Latin Melody, arranged by Richard Redhead, 1853
043bThis Day, at Thy Creating WordBishop William W. How, 1854, 1872MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
044aWelcome, Sweet Day of RestRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 4, lines 3, 4, alteredLisbonDaniel Read, 1785
044bWelcome, Sweet Day of RestRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 4, lines 3, 4, alteredChiselhurstSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
045This Is the Day of LightRev. John Ellerton, 1867SwabiaOld German Chorale: arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1847
046aO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862RotterdamBerthold Tours, 1875
046bO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. AnselmSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
046cO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862MendebrasGerman Melody, arranged by Lowell Mason, 1839
047Hail, Thou Bright and Sacred MornMrs. Julia Anne Elliott, 1833Sacred MornWilliam H. Squires, 1895
048aSafely Through Another WeekRev. John Newton, 1774, alteredTorontoEdward J. Hopkins, 1880
048bSafely Through Another WeekRev. John Newton, 1774, alteredSabbathLowell Mason, 1824
049aPleasant Are Thy Courts AboveRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834MaidstoneWalter B. Gilbert, 1862
049bPleasant Are Thy Courts AboveRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834St. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1859
050aTo Thy Temple I RepairJames Montgomery, 1812SpringfieldEdward Minshall, 1887
050bTo Thy Temple I RepairJames Montgomery, 1812DallasArranged from Maria L. Cherubini (1760-1842)
051Lord, When We Bend Before Thy ThroneRev. Joseph D. Carlyle, 1802DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1872
052Spirit Divine, Attend Our PrayersRev. Andrew Reed, 1829LambethWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
053O God of Hosts, the Mighty LordTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696, 1698St. NathanielSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
054aHow Charming Is the PlaceRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787MorningtonArranged from a Chant by the Earl of Mornington, 1760
054bHow Charming Is the PlaceRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787St. MichaelAbridged from Genevan Psalter, 1543
055Hosanna to the Living Lord!Bishop Reginald Heber, 1811 (Text of 1827)HosannaRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
056Open Now Thy Gates of BeautyThut mir auf die schöne PforteRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1732, Translation by Catherine Winkworth, 1863Unser HerrscherRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
057Lord, on Thy Returning DayRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Holy DayJohn H. Gower, 1895
058Come, Thou Almighty KingAnonymous, circa 1757TrinityFelice de Giardini, 1769
059Come, Holy Spirit, Calm My MindAnonymous, Lock Chapel Collection, 1803, verse 3, added, 1833SaxbyRev. Timothy R. Matthews, 1883
060Father of Heaven, Whose Love ProfoundRev. Edward Cooper, 1805MainzerJoseph Mainzer, circa 1845
061aJesus, Where’er Thy People MeetWilliam Cowper, 1769KebleRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
061bJesus, Where’er Thy People MeetWilliam Cowper, 1769HebronLowell Mason, 1830
062Ye Holy Angels BrightRev. Richard Baxter, 1681: recast by Rev. Richard R. Chope, 1857Laus DeoJohn H. Gower, 1895
063Christ Is Our CornerstoneAngularis fundamentumAnonymous (Latin, 6th or 7th Century), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837St. John (Parish Choir)Old English Melody: Parish Choir, 1851
064Lord of the Worlds AboveRev. Isaac Watts, 1719: verse 4, arrangedDarwall’s 148thRev. John Darwall, 1770
065Father of All, to Thee with Loving HeartsRev. John Julian, 1874Way of PeaceWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
066Lord, We Come Before Thee NowRev. William Hammond, 1745St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
067Father, Again in Jesus’ Name We MeetLady Lucy E. G. Whitmore, 1824LongwoodSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
068aWhat Shall I Render to My God?Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. FrancesGeorge A. Löhr, 1861
068bWhat Shall I Render to My God?Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719DownsLowell Mason, 1832
069Star of Morn and EvenFrancis T. Palgrave, 1862Star of Morn and EvenJames Tilleard, 1868
070May the Grace of Christ Our SaviorRev. John Newton, 1779SardisArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
071aSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849St. MatthiasWilliam H. Monk, 1861
071bSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849MelitaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
072Now May He, Who from the DeadRev. John Newton, 1779SolitudeLewis T. Downes, 1851
073aSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866 (Text of 1868)EllersEdward J. Hopkins, 1867
073bSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866 (Text of 1868)Pax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
074Almighty God, Thy Word Is CastRev. John Cawood, 1816Tiverton“Grigg”: Rippon’s Selection, 1806
075And Now the Wants Are Told That BroughtRev. William Bright, 1865ElmJ. Varley Roberts, 1889
076aStill with Thee, O My GodRev. James D. Burns, 1857AberWilliam H. Monk, 1875
076bStill with Thee, O My GodRev. James D. Burns, 1857DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
077The Lord Be with Us as We BendRev. John Ellerton, 1870NorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
078Lord of the Hearts of MenSupreme motor cordiumCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford, 1863GortonArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
079aLord, Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingAnonymous, 1773 (ascribed to Rev. John Fawcett (1740-1817)): verse 1, line 6, altered; verse 3, recast by Rev. Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)Sicilian MarinersSicilian Melody
079bLord, Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingAnonymous, 1773 (ascribed to Rev. John Fawcett (1740-1817)): verse 1, line 6, altered; verse 3, recast by Rev. Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)EtonSir Joseph Barnby, 1886
080Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!Bishop Reginald Heber, published 1827NicæaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
081aRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837MantIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
081bRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837St. OswaldRev. John B. Dykes, 1857
082God Eternal, Lord of AllTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th Century), Translation by Rev. James E. Millard, 1848RosebankAnonymous
083aHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts! WhenJames Montgomery, 1832HonitonEdwin Flood, 1845
083bHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts! WhenJames Montgomery, 1832Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
084O Holy, Holy, Holy LordRev. James W. Eastburn, 1815RivaulxRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
085Eternal Father, When to TheeRev. Hervey D. Ganse, 1872WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
086aHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. AthanasiusEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
086bHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862RatisbonOld German Melody: Werner’s Choralbuch, 1815
086cHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862HallettJ. Hallett Sheppard (1835-1879)
087aO God, We Praise Thee; and ConfessTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th Century), Translation from Tate and Brady’s Supplement, circa 1700DundeeArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
087bO God, We Praise Thee; and ConfessTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th Century), Translation from Tate and Brady’s Supplement, circa 1700St. AnneWilliam Croft, 1708
088aO God, the Rock of AgesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1860MagdalenaSir John Stainer, 1875
088bO God, the Rock of AgesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1860SchubertArranged from Franz Schubert (1797-1828) by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
089aGod, the Lord, a King RemainethRev. John Keble, 1839Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
089bGod, the Lord, a King RemainethRev. John Keble, 1839CoronæWilliam H. Monk, 1871
090aAround the Throne of GodRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1823St. John (Parish Choir)Old English Melody: Parish Choir, 1851
090bAround the Throne of GodRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1823WitherspoonWilliam S. Waith, 1895
091The God of Abraham PraiseRev. Thomas Olivers, circa 1779LeoniJewish Melody
092aPraise the Lord: Ye Heavens Adore HimVerses 1, 2, Anonymous; Verse 3, Edward Osler, 1836FabenJohn H. Willcox, 1849
092bPraise the Lord: Ye Heavens Adore HimVerses 1, 2, Anonymous; Verse 3, Edward Osler, 1836St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
093aGod, My King, Thy Might ConfessingBishop Richard Mant, 1824StuttgartGotha Cantional, 1715
093bGod, My King, Thy Might ConfessingBishop Richard Mant, 1824Newton FernsSamuel Smith, 1865
094With Songs and Honors Sounding LoudRev. Isaac Watts, 1719BelfieldWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
095Great God, How Infinite Art Thou!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707WindsorArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
096My God, How Wonderful Thou ArtRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1848WestminsterJames Turle, 1843
097Give to Our God Immortal PraiseRev. Isaac Watts, 1719WarringtonRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
098The Spacious Firmament on HighJoseph Addison, 1712CreationArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1798
099The Lord Is King! Lift Up Thy VoiceJosiah Conder, 1824Church TriumphantJames W. Elliott, 1874
100All People That on Earth Do DwellRev. William Kethe, 1561Old HundredthGenevan Psalter, 1551
101Kingdoms and Thrones to God BelongRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Missionary ChantHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1830
102From All That Dwell Below the SkiesRev. Isaac Watts, 1719MarkenBerthold Tours, 1872
103Before Jehovah’s Awful ThroneRev. Isaac Watts, 1706, 1719: verse 1, lines 1, 2, altered by Rev. John Wesley (1703-1791)Park StreetArranged from Frederick M. A. Venua, circa 1810
104All Things Praise Thee, Lord Most HighRev. George W. Conder, 1874WaithWilliam S. Waith, 1895
105Come, Sound His Praise AbroadRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
106aLord, Thou Hast Searched and Seen Me ThroughRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Intercession OldOld Latin Melody
106bLord, Thou Hast Searched and Seen Me ThroughRev. Isaac Watts, 1719HumilitySamuel P. Tuckerman, 1848
107Let Us with a Gladsome MindJohn Milton, 1624, alteredMonklandArranged by John B. Wilkes, 1861
108Praise the Lord, His Glories ShowRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834ThanksgivingWalter B. Gilbert, 1862
109Songs of Praise the Angels SangJames Montgomery, 1819PosenArranged from Georg C. Strattner (1650-1705), by Johann A. Freylinghausen, 1705
110Angel Voices, Ever SingingRev. Francis Pott, 1861Angel VoicesSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
111With Glory Clad, with Strength ArrayedTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696, 1698MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1824
112Lo! God Is Here: Let Us AdoreGott ist gegenwärtigGerhard Tersteegen, 1729, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739, altered and arrangedEllesmereAlexander R. Reinagle, 1868
113aO Worship the King All Glorious AboveSir Robert Grant, 1833HanoverSupplement to the New Version, 1708
113bO Worship the King All Glorious AboveSir Robert Grant, 1833HoughtonHenry J. Gauntlett, 1861
114aO Bless the Lord, My SoulRev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. Thomas (Williams)Aaron Williams, 1763
114bO Bless the Lord, My SoulRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Day of PraiseCharles Steggall, 1867
115Through All the Changing Scenes of LifeTate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698DownsLowell Mason, 1832
116Our God, Our Help in Ages PastRev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. AnneWilliam Croft, 1708
117O God, My Strength and FortitudeThomas Sternhold, 1561, recast by George Rawson (1807-1889)HermannAltered from Nicolaus Hermann, 1560
118Lord of All Being, Throned AfarOliver Wendell Holmes, 1848Sun of My SoulRev. H. Percy Smith, 1874
119Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion WaitsRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834, verse 1, line 1, alteredSeftonJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
120High in the Heavens, Eternal GodRev. Isaac Watts, 1719WareGeorge Kingsley, 1838
121A Mighty Fortress Is Our GodEin’ feste Burg ist unser GottRev. Martin Luther, 1529, Translation by Rev. Frederick H. Hedge, 1853Ein’ feste BurgRev. Martin Luther, 1529
122aLord, with Glowing Heart I’d Praise TheeFrancis Scott Key, 1823SanctuaryRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
122bLord, with Glowing Heart I’d Praise TheeFrancis Scott Key, 1823FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
123Thou, Lord, Art Love; and EverywhereRev. James D. Burns, 1858BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
124aGod of Mercy, God of GraceRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834HallettJ. Hallett Sheppard (1835-1879)
124bGod of Mercy, God of GraceRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834DixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
125Begin, My Tongue, Some Heavenly ThemeRev. Isaac Watts, 1707ManoahArranged from Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868)
126O Love of God, How Strong and True!Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1861BrookfieldThomas B. Southgate (1814-1868)
127Thee Will I Love, My Strength, My TowerIch will dich lieben, meine StärkeJohann Scheffler, 1657, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739: verse 1, lines 5, 6, alteredWavertreeWilliam Shore, 1840: Harmonization by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
128O Render Thanks to God AboveTate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698Winchester NewAltered from Hamburger Musikalisches Handbuch, 1690
129My Soul, Repeat His PraiseRev. Isaac Watts, 1719CambridgeRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
130Come, We That Love the LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 2, line 3, alteredPeterborough (Monk)William H. Monk, 1863
131Stand Up, and Bless the LordJames Montgomery, 1824St. MichaelAbridged from Genevan Psalter, 1543
132aThank and Praise Jehovah’s NameJames Montgomery, 1822TheodoraArranged from George F. Handel, 1749
132bThank and Praise Jehovah’s NameJames Montgomery, 1822ViennaJustin H. Knecht, 1797
133aPraise, My Soul, the King of HeavenRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Benedic AnimaSir John Goss, 1867
133bPraise, My Soul, the King of HeavenRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
134God Is Love; His Mercy BrightensSir John Bowring, 1825LucerneT. A. Willis, 1876
135aWhen All Thy Mercies, O My GodJoseph Addison, 1712St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1826
135bWhen All Thy Mercies, O My GodJoseph Addison, 1712GenevaJohn Cole, 1800
136aLord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-PlaceThomas H. Gill, 1864The Golden ChainSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
136bLord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-PlaceThomas H. Gill, 1864Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1535
137aO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordRex Christe, factor omniumGregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Grace ChurchArranged from Ignace Pleyel, 1815
137bO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordRex Christe, factor omniumGregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858LeighAlexander R. Reinagle, 1867
138a’Tis for Conquering Kings to GainVictis sibi cognominaAnonymous, Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837ViennaJustin H. Knecht, 1797
138b’Tis for Conquering Kings to GainVictis sibi cognominaAnonymous, Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837InnocentsOld French Melody
139aAll Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name!Rev. Edward Perronet, 1779-1780: Verse 1, line 4, altered, verse 6, recast, verse 7, added, Rev. John Rippon, 1787St. Leonard (Smart)Henry Smart, 1867
139bAll Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name!Rev. Edward Perronet, 1779-1780: Verse 1, line 4, altered, verse 6, recast, verse 7, added, Rev. John Rippon, 1787CoronationOliver Holden, 1793
140Mighty God, While Angels Bless TheeRev. Robert Robinson, 1774: verse 1, line 2, alteredAlleluia (Lowe)Albert Lowe, circa 1860
141The Head That Once Was Crowned with ThornsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1820LaudRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
142Rejoice, the Lord Is KingRev. Charles Wesley, 1744Arthur’s SeatArranged from Sir John Goss (1800-1880), by Uzziah C. Burnap, 1874
143O Jesus, King Most WonderfulJesu dulcis memoriaBernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849Holy CrossArranged by James C. Wade, 1865
144aTo Him Who for Our Sins Was SlainRev. Arthur T. Russell, 1851MoraviaAlbert A. Stanley
144bTo Him Who for Our Sins Was SlainRev. Arthur T. Russell, 1851St. BotolfJohn H. Gower, 1890
145When Morning Gilds the SkiesBeim frühen MorgenlichtAnonymous (German), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1853, 1858Laudes DominiSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
146O for a Thousand Tongues to SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1738: verse 4, line 1, alteredNativityHenry Lahee, 1855
147To Our Redeemer’s Glorious NameMiss Anne Steele, 1760St. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
148Come, Let Us Join Our Cheerful SongsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707DedhamWilliam Gardiner, 1812
149Alleluia! Sing to Jesus!William C. Dix, 1866Alleluia (Wesley)Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1868
150Hail, Thou Once Despised JesusRev. John Bakewell, 1757, enlarged in Martin Madan’s Collection, 1760: altered by Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776St. HildaSir Joseph Barnby, 1861
151At the Name of JesusMiss Caroline M. Noel, 1870: verse 3, line 4, alteredSt. CephasRev. Howard A. Crosbie, 1875
152aSavior, Blessed SaviorRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862EdinaSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1868
152bSavior, Blessed SaviorRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862ColytonWilliam H. Monk, 1881
153aAwake, and Sing the SongRev. William Hammond, 1745: altered by Rev. George Whitefield, 1753, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1760Day of PraiseCharles Steggall, 1867
153bAwake, and Sing the SongRev. William Hammond, 1745: altered by Rev. George Whitefield, 1753, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1760St. Thomas (Williams)Aaron Williams, 1763
154aYe Servants of God, Your Master ProclaimRev. Charles Wesley, 1744: verse 3, line 3, alteredLyonsArranged from Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
154bYe Servants of God, Your Master ProclaimRev. Charles Wesley, 1744: verse 3, line 3, alteredHanoverSupplement to the New Version, 1708
155Fairest Lord JesusSchönster Herr JesuAnonymous (German), Translation is Anonymous, 1850Crusader’s HymnOld German Melody, arranged by Richard S. Willis, 1850
156aShepherd of Tender YouthAscribed to Clement of Alexandria (?-circa 220), Translation by Rev. Henry M. Dexter, 1846BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
156bShepherd of Tender YouthAscribed to Clement of Alexandria (?-circa 220), Translation by Rev. Henry M. Dexter, 1846Fiat LuxRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
157Jesus, Thy Name I LoveRev. James G. Deck, 1842StobelOld German Melody
158Glory to God on High!Rev. James Allen, 1761StobelOld German Melody
159aO Could I Speak the Matchless WorthRev. Samuel Medley, 1789ArielArranged from Mozart, by Lowell Mason, 1836
159bO Could I Speak the Matchless WorthRev. Samuel Medley, 1789RavendaleWalter Stokes, 1876
160Christ, Above All Glory SeatedAeterne Rex altissimeAnonymous (Latin, 6th or 7th century), Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford, 1852St. OswaldRev. John B. Dykes, 1857
161aO Savior, Precious SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1870ZoanRev. William H. Havergal, 1845
161bO Savior, Precious SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1870LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
162Crown Him with Many CrownsMatthew Bridges, 1851DiademataSir George J. Elvey, 1868
163aHark! Ten Thousand Harps and VoicesRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806PrescottSir Robert P. Stewart, 1868
163bHark! Ten Thousand Harps and VoicesRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806HarwellLowell Mason, 1840
164Who Is This That Comes from Edom?Rev. Thomas Kelly, 1809EdomAlbert L. Peace, 1885
165Look, Ye Saints; the Sight Is GloriousRev. Thomas Kelly, 1809CoronæWilliam H. Monk, 1871
166aDraw Nigh, Draw Nigh, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelAnonymous (Latin, circa 12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: alteredVeni Emmanuel (Gounod)Charles F. Gounod, 1872
166bDraw Nigh, Draw Nigh, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelAnonymous (Latin, circa 12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: alteredHopeWilliam H. Squires, 1895
167aHark, the Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735St. SaviorFrederick G. Baker, 1876
167bHark, the Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735BelfieldWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
168Come, Thou Long-Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744StuttgartGotha Cantional, 1715
169aHark! What Mean Those Holy Voices?Rev. John Cawood, 1819Angel ChoirJohn H. Gower, 1895
169bHark! What Mean Those Holy Voices?Rev. John Cawood, 1819Austrian HymnF. Joseph Haydn, 1797
170O Come, All Ye FaithfulAdeste fidelusAnonymous (Latin, 17th or 18th century), Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1841: verse 1, lines 1, 2, alteredAdeste FidelesCantus Diversi, 1751
171aJoy to the World! The Lord Is ComeRev. Isaac Watts, 1719AntiochArranged from George F. Handel, 1742
171bJoy to the World! The Lord Is ComeRev. Isaac Watts, 1719NativityHenry Lahee, 1855
172aHe Has Come, the Christ of GodRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Glad DayWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
172bHe Has Come, the Christ of GodRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857MunusJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
173Hark! The Herald Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1739; altered by George Whitefield, 1753, Rev. Martin Madan, 1760, Supplement to New Version, circa 1782, John Kempthorne, 1810MendelssohnArranged from Felix Mendelssohn, 1840 by William H. Cummings, 1850
174It Came Upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1850CarolRichard S. Willis, 1850
175A Thousand Years Have Come and GoneRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1868NoelTraditional Air, arranged by Sir Arthur S. Sullivan, 1871
176Christians, Awake! Salute the Happy MornJohn Byrom, published 1773YorkshireJohn Wainwright, 1760
177aAngels, from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1816: doxology addedWildersmouthEdward J. Hopkins, 1879
177bAngels, from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1816: doxology addedRegent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
178aO Little Town of BethlehemBishop Phillips Brooks, 1868EphratahUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
178bO Little Town of BethlehemBishop Phillips Brooks, 1868St. LouisLewis H. Redner, 1868
179Blessed Night, When First That PlainRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Blessed NightWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
180Calm on the Listening Ear of NightRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1834 (Text of 1875)BethlehemOld Carol
181aWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1702ShackelfordFrederick H. Cheeswright, circa 1889
181bWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1702ChristmasArranged from George F. Handel, 1728
182Sing, O Sing, This Blessed MornBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Laudes ChristiRev. R. Riach Thom, 1893
183All My Heart This Night RejoicesFröhlich soll mein Herze springenRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Nativity NewFrederick C. Maker, 1881
184All Praise to Thee, Eternal LordGelobet seist du, Jesu ChristRev. Martin Luther, 1524, Translation Anonymous in Sabbath Hymn Book, 1858CanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
185From the Eastern MountainsRev. Godfrey Thring, 1873RosmoreHenry G. Trembath, 1893
186As with Gladness Men of OldWilliam C. Dix, 1861DixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
187aBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811St. NinianRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
187bBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811EpiphanyEdward J. Hopkins, 1868
188The Race That Long in Darkness PinedRev. John Morison, 1781St. Leonard (Smart)Henry Smart, 1867
189aHail, Thou Source of Every BlessingRev. Basil Woodd, circa 1810-1820: verse 5, line 1, alteredDay by DayRev. Edmund S. Carter, 1874
189bHail, Thou Source of Every BlessingRev. Basil Woodd, circa 1810-1820: verse 5, line 1, alteredStuttgartGotha Cantional, 1715
190aForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856: altered by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861HeinleinNürnberger Gebetbuch, 1677
190bForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856: altered by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861SolitudeLewis T. Downes, 1851
191aWhat Grace, O Lord, and Beauty ShoneSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1839St. Bernard (Richardson)Arranged by John Richardson, 1863
191bWhat Grace, O Lord, and Beauty ShoneSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1839SabbataCrown of Jesus Music, 1865
192aO Ye Immortal ThrongRev. Philip Doddridge, 1737Christ ChurchCharles Steggall, 1865
192bO Ye Immortal ThrongRev. Philip Doddridge, 1737Laus DeoJohn H. Gower, 1895
193O Master, Let Me Walk with TheeRev. Washington Gladden, 1879SaxbyRev. Timothy R. Matthews (1826-1910)
194My Dear Redeemer and My LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Federal StreetHenry K. Oliver, 1832
195Thou Say’st, “Take up Thy Cross”Francis T. Palgrave, 1865St. IgnatiusSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
196Fierce Was the Wild BillowAnatolius (unknown), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862St. SophroniusArthur H. Brown, 1880
197aDid Christ O’er Sinners Weep?Rev. Benjamin Beddome, 1787RhodesC. Warwick Jordan, 1875
197bDid Christ O’er Sinners Weep?Rev. Benjamin Beddome, 1787DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
198Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of OldRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1864DeliveranceSir Joseph Barnby, 1867
199O Where Is He That Trod the Sea?Rev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Land of RestRichard S. Newman, 1879
200On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s CryJordanis oras praeviaCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Winchester NewAltered from Hamburger Musikalisches Handbuch, 1690
201Teach Me, O Lord, Thy Holy WayRev. William T. Matson (1833-1899)StaincliffeRobert W. Dixon, 1875
202aBehold, the Master Passeth By!Bishop William W. How, 1871 (verses 4, 5, altered from Bishop Ken, published 1721)St. LawrenceRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1863
202bBehold, the Master Passeth By!Bishop William W. How, 1871 (verses 4, 5, altered from Bishop Ken, published 1721)WardOld Scotch Melody, arranged by Lowell Mason, 1830
203Lord, Thou in All Things Like Wast MadeJoseph Anstice, 1836: verse 1, lines 1, 3, alteredSt. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
204aLord, as to Thy Dear Cross We FleeRev. John H. Gurney, 1838Green HillAlbert L. Peace, 1885
204bLord, as to Thy Dear Cross We FleeRev. John H. Gurney, 1838NaomiArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1836
205O Mean May Seem This House of ClayThomas H. Gill, 1850St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
206How Shall I Follow Him I Serve?Josiah Conder, 1824, 1836AlsaceArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
207O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How HighO Amor quam ecstaticusAnonymous (Latin, 15th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854OmbersleyWilliam H. Gladstone, 1872
208O Who Like Thee So Calm, So BrightBishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1840MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
209A Voice by Jordan’s ShoreRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
210aThou Art the Way: to Thee AloneBishop George W. Doane, 1824St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
210bThou Art the Way: to Thee AloneBishop George W. Doane, 1824ArlingtonArranged from Thomas A. Arne, 1762
211Lord Jesus, on the Holy MountRev. John Anketell, 1889TransfigurationRev. John Anketell, 1895
212O How Shall I Receive Thee?Wie soll ich dich empfangen?Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1653, Translation of verses 1, 2, 4, Rev. Arthur T. Russell, 1851: verse 3, John C. Jacobi, 1722, alteredBarnbySir Joseph Barnby, 1883
213All Glory, Laud, and HonorGloria, laus, et honorTheodulph of Orleans, circa 820, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854: verse 1, line 1, verse 5, altered in Hymns Ancient and ModernSt. TheodulphMelchior Teschner, 1615
214Ride On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827: verse 1, line 3, alteredSt. DrostaneRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
215Throned Upon the Awful TreeRev. John Ellerton, 1875GethsemaneRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, Bart., 1869
216Go to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1820 (text of 1853)AjalonRichard Redhead, 1853
217aO Sacred Head, Now WoundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation into German by Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Rev. James W. Alexander, 1830Passion ChoraleHans Leo Hassler, 1601; Harmonization by J. S. Bach, 1729
217bO Sacred Head, Now WoundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation into German by Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Rev. James W. Alexander, 1830GerhardtJoseph P. Holbrook, 1862
218Sweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. Walter Shirley, 1770 (based on Rev. James Allen, 1757): verse 3, line 4, alteredDorrnanceIsaac B. Woodbury, 1848
219Alas! And Did My Savior BleedRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 3, line 3, alteredMartyrdomHugh Wilson, circa 1825
220Weep Not for Him Who Onward BearsRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1870CheshireEste’s Psalter, 1592
221O Thou, the Eternal Son of GodWilliam C. Dix, 1864St. MaryAltered from Prys’ Welsh Psalter, 1621
222’Tis Midnight; and on Olive’s BrowWilliam B. Tappan, 1822ZephyrWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
223aWhen I Survey the Wondrous CrossRev. Isaac Watts, 1707HamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
223bWhen I Survey the Wondrous CrossRev. Isaac Watts, 1707St. CrossRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
224A Voice Upon the Midnight AirRev. James Martineau, 1840Crux CrudelisAlbert L. Peace, 1885
225aIn the Cross of Christ I GlorySir John Bowring, 1825OxfordSir John Stainer, 1887
225bIn the Cross of Christ I GlorySir John Bowring, 1825RathbunIthamar Conkey, 1851
226aHark! The Voice of Love and MercyRev. Jonathan Evans, 1784Vox SalutisSir Joseph Barnby, 1886
226bHark! The Voice of Love and MercyRev. Jonathan Evans, 1784ZionThomas Hastings, 1830
227Jesus, in Thy Dying WoesRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1870The Seven WordsArranged by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
228O Perfect Life of Love!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1875AberWilliam H. Monk, 1875
229My Lord, My Master, at Thy Feet AdoringEst-ce vous que je vois?Rev. Jacques Bridaine (1701-1767), Translation by Rev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1887Strength and StayRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
230All Is O’er, the Pain, the SorrowRev. John Moultrie, 1836, verse 1, lines 5, 6, altered by Rev. John EllertonRequiemWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1868
231“Welcome, Happy Morning!” Age to Age Shall SaySalve, festa diesVenantius H. C. Fortunatus (c. 530-609), arranged, Translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1868FortunatusSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
232aThe Day of Resurrection!John of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 1, line 1 alteredLancashireHenry Smart, 1836
232bThe Day of Resurrection!John of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 1, line 1 alteredRotterdamBerthold Tours, 1875
233aCome, Ye Faithful, Raise the StrainJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859Chestnut HillRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
233bCome, Ye Faithful, Raise the StrainJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859St. KevinSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
234Christ the Lord Is Risen TodayRev. Charles Wesley, 1739: verse 3, line 3, alteredUniversity CollegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
235The Morning Purples All the SkyAurora coelum purpuratAnonymous (Latin, circa 6th century), Translation by Rev. Alexander R. Thompson, 1867Prince of PeaceRev. John B. Dykes, 1874
236To Thee and to Thy Christ, O GodMrs. Anne Ross Cousin, 1876ChristosIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
237Lift Your Glad Voices in Triumph on HighRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1817FilbyWilliam C. Filby, 1861
238Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to HeavenBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Lux EoiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
239Angels, Roll the Rock AwayRev. Thomas Scott, 1769; refrain addedEaster AngelsGeorge William Warren, 1895
240The Strife Is O’er, the Battle DoneFinita jam sunt praeliaAnonymous (Latin), Translation by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861PalestrinaArranged from Giovanni P. da Palestrina, 1588
241Lift Up, Lift Up Your Voices NowCento, based on Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
242The Son of David Bowed to DieJoseph Anstice, 1836: verse 3 arrangedVictor FunerisDavid D. Wood, 1895
243Christ the Lord Is Risen AgainChristus ist erstandenRev. Michael Weisse, 1531, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858: verse 1, line 3 alteredWirtemburgHundert Geistliche Arien, Dresden, 1694
244Jesus Christ Is Risen TodaySurrexit Christus hodieVerse 1, Anonymous (based on the Latin, 14th century), 1708, line 3, altered: verses 2, 3, Arnold’s Compleat Psalmodist, 1749; altered in Supplement to New Version, circa 1816: verse 4, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740Easter HymnLyra Davidica, 1708
245Hail the Day That Sees Him RiseRev. Charles Wesley, 1739: verse 1, line 2, verse 2, line 1, verse 6, line 1, alteredAscensionWilliam H. Monk, 1861
246See, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
247Thou Art Gone Up on HighMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1851Olivet (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1870
248aThe Golden Gates Are Lifted UpMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852, 1858St. FulbertHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
248bThe Golden Gates Are Lifted UpMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852, 1858Holy CrossArranged by James C. Wade, 1865
249O Thou, the Contrite Sinner’s FriendMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1835: verse 5, line 2, alteredElmhurstEdwin Drewett, 1887
250The Atoning Work Is DoneRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806Christ ChurchCharles Steggall, 1865
251Where High the Heavenly Temple StandsMichael Bruce, published 1781: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, lines 1, 3, 4, altered Scottish Translations and ParaphrasesBrookfieldThomas B. Southgate (1814-1868)
252All Faded Is the Glowing LightRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Holy TrinitySir Joseph Barnby, 1861
253Light of the Lonely Pilgrim’s HeartSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1842EagleyJames Walch, 1860
254aJesus Came, the Heavens AdoringRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864Benedic AnimaSir John Goss, 1867
254bJesus Came, the Heavens AdoringRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864CorinthSamuel Webbe’s Collection, 1792
255aRejoice, All Ye BelieversErmuntert euch, ihr FrommenLaurentius Laurenti, 1700, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1854LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
255bRejoice, All Ye BelieversErmuntert euch, ihr FrommenLaurentius Laurenti, 1700, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1854GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
256O God, Mine Inmost Soul ConvertRev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 1, lines 5, 6, alteredMeribahLowell Mason, 1839
257aCome, Lord, and Tarry NotRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846SiennaJohn H. Deane, 1869
257bCome, Lord, and Tarry NotRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846LangtonMrs. Charlotte S. Streatfeild, 1874
258Light of Those Whose Dreary DwellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1744: verse 4, line 3, alteredBrocklesburyMrs. Charlotte A. Barnard (1830-1869)
259aLo! He Comes, with Clouds DescendingVerses 1, 2, 5, 6, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758; verses 3, 4, Rev. John Cennick, 1752: arranged and altered by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760.HolywoodSamuel Webbe’s Collection, 1792
259bLo! He Comes, with Clouds DescendingVerses 1, 2, 5, 6, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758; verses 3, 4, Rev. John Cennick, 1752: arranged and altered by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760.St. Peter’s, WestminsterJames Turle, 1863
260That Day of Wrath, That Dreadful DayDies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., 1805WindhamDaniel Read, 1785
261Wake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf! Ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1599, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858, 1863Wachet AufRev. Philip Nicolai, 1592
262O Quickly Come, Dread Judge of AllRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1854PenielJosiah Booth, 1887
263Day of Wrath! O Day of Mourning!Dies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Rev. William J. Irons, 1848: verse 1, line 2, verse 19, alteredDies IraeRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
264Thou Art Coming, O My SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873BeverleyWilliam H. Monk, 1875
265Lift Up Your Heads, RejoiceRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1856The Blessed HomeSir John Stainer, 1875
266Great God, What Do I See and Hear!Verse 1, Anonymous 1802; verses 2, 3, 4, Rev. William B. Collyer, 1812: altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1820Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1535
267aOur Blest Redeemer, Ere He BreathedMiss Harriet Auber, 1829St. CuthbertRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
267bOur Blest Redeemer, Ere He BreathedMiss Harriet Auber, 1829WrefordRev. Edmund S. Carter, 1874
268Hear Us, Thou That BroodedstRev. Godfrey Thring, 1873DaniaFrank G. Ilsley, 1887
269Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls InspireVeni, Creator SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 10th century), Translation by Bishop John Cosin, 1627Veni Creator (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1875
270Come, Holy Spirit, ComeRev. Joseph Hart, 1759NewlandHenry J. Gauntlett, 1858
271Spirit of God, Descend Upon My HeartRev. George Croly, 1854MorecambeFrederick C. Atkinson, 1870
272Blest Comforter DivineMrs. Lydia H. Sigourney, 1824WoolwichCharles E. Kettle, 1876
273Spirit Blest, Who Art AdoredRev. Thomas B. Pollock (1836-1896)Monk’s LitanyWilliam H. Monk, 1875
274aTo Thee, O Comforter DivineMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1872St. BotolfJohn H. Gower, 1890
274bTo Thee, O Comforter DivineMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1872MoraviaAlbert A. Stanley
275O Heavenly Fount of Light and LoveBishop William W. How, 1871ElmhurstEdwin Drewett, 1887
276aGracious Spirit, Holy GhostBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862AtkinsonWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
276bGracious Spirit, Holy GhostBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862CharitySir John Stainer, 1868
277aCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 4, line 1, alteredSt. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
277bCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 4, line 1, alteredSt. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
278Come to Our Poor Nature’s NightGeorge Rawson, 1853, 1876Lux VesperaGraham W. White, 1885
279Holy Spirit, Truth DivineRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864BeethovenArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
280aCome, Holy Ghost, in LoveVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 13th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
280bCome, Holy Ghost, in LoveVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 13th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Olivet (Mason)Lowell Mason, 1832
281Gracious Spirit, Dove DivineJohn Stocker, 1777MercyArranged from Louis M. Gottschalk, 1867
282Come, O Creator Spirit BlestVeni, Creator SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 10th century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 2, line 4, alteredGuildhallSir Joseph Barnby, 1883
283Holy Spirit, Lord of LightVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 13th century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849St. PhilipWilliam H. Monk, 1861
284O Grant Us Light, That We May KnowRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1864QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
285Come, Dearest Lord, Descend and DwellRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Federal StreetHenry K. Oliver, 1832
286Come, Gracious Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Simon Browne, 1720, altered in Ash and Evans’ Collection, 1769, and elsewhereGuardianIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
287aO Word of God IncarnateBishop William W. How, 1867MunichJohann Georg Christian Störl’s Würtemberg Gesangbuch, 1711, Harmonization by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
287bO Word of God IncarnateBishop William W. How, 1867AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
288Lamp of Our Feet, Whereby We TraceBernard Barton, 1836Nox PræcessitJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1875
289Father of Mercies, in Thy WordMiss Anne Steele, 1760BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
290How Precious Is the Book DivineRev. John Fawcett, 1782BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
291The Spirit Breathes Upon the WordWilliam Cowper, 1779OrtonvilleThomas Hastings, 1837
292The Heavens Declare Thy Glory, LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1719UxbridgeLowell Mason, 1830
293Christ in His Word Draws NearRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Kirby BedonEdward Bunnett, 1887
294God, in the Gospel of His SonVerses 1, 2, Rev. Benjamin Beddome, 1787, altered; verses 3, 4, 5, Rev. Thomas Cotterill 1810Rockingham NewLowell Mason, 1830
295Lord, Thy Word AbidethRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861St. CyprianRev. Richard R. Chope, 1862
296City of God, How Broad and FarRev. Samuel Johnson, 1864MirfieldArthur Cottman, 1872
297aArise, O King of Grace, AriseRev. Isaac Watts, 1719London NewScottish Psalter, 1635
297bArise, O King of Grace, AriseRev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. FulbertHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
298Glorious Things of Thee Are SpokenRev. John Newton, 1779Austrian HymnF. Joseph Haydn, 1797
299Jesus, with Thy Church AbideRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1872: altered in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1875Clay’s LitanyFrederic E. Clay, 1874
300aI Love Thy Kingdom, LordRev. Timothy Dwight, 1800NarenzaOld German Chorale, arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1849
300bI Love Thy Kingdom, LordRev. Timothy Dwight, 1800ShirlandSamuel Stanley, 1805
301Head of Thy Church TriumphantRev. Charles Wesley, 1745: verse 2, line 6, alteredLostwithielJames Turle, 1854
302Christ Is Made the Sure FoundationAngularis fundamentumAnonymous (Latin, 7th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: altered in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
303aOn the Mountain’s Top AppearingRev. Thomas Kelly, 1802CorinthSamuel Webbe’s Collection, 1792
303bOn the Mountain’s Top AppearingRev. Thomas Kelly, 1802ZionThomas Hastings, 1830
304aThe Church’s One FoundationRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1866AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
304bThe Church’s One FoundationRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1866GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
305aTriumphant Zion, Lift Thy HeadRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755: verse 4, alteredTruroThomas Williams’ Psalmodia Evangelica, 1789
305bTriumphant Zion, Lift Thy HeadRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755: verse 4, alteredMozartArranged from Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791)
306Lord of Our Life, and God of Our SalvationChriste, du Beistand deiner KreuzgemeinePhilip Pusey, 1840, based on Matthäus A. von Löwenstern, 1644CloistersSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
307O Where Are Kings and Empires Now?Bishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1839: altered and arrangedSt. AnneWilliam Croft, 1708
308Savior, Who Thy Flock Art FeedingRev. William A. Mühlenberg, 1826BrocklesburyMrs. Charlotte A. Barnard (1830-1869)
309O Holy Lord, Content to FillBishop William W. How, 1850, 1871AbendsSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874
310See Israel’s Gentle Shepherd StandRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755SohoSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
311aBy Cool Siloam’s Shady RillBishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827)SiloamIsaac B. Woodbury, 1842
311bBy Cool Siloam’s Shady RillBishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827)SabbataCrown of Jesus Music, 1865
312aStand, Soldier of the CrossBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1870Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
312bStand, Soldier of the CrossBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1870Day of PraiseCharles Steggall, 1867
313aJesus, and Shall It Ever BeRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: altered by Rev. Benjamin Francis, 1787BrookfieldThomas B. Southgate (1814-1868)
313bJesus, and Shall It Ever BeRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: altered by Rev. Benjamin Francis, 1787HebronLowell Mason, 1830
314aNow I Resolve with All My HeartMiss Anne Steele, 1760: verse 1, line 1, alteredRockingham NewLowell Mason, 1830
314bNow I Resolve with All My HeartMiss Anne Steele, 1760: verse 1, line 1, alteredGuardianIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
315Arm These Thy Soldiers, Mighty LordBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862: verse 1, line 1, alteredPeterborough (Goss)Sir John Goss, 1864
316Thine Forever! God of LoveMrs. Mary F. Maude, 1847DallasArranged from Maria L. Cherubini (1760-1842)
317People of the Living GodJames Montgomery, 1819HerveyRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey, 1872
318aMy God, Accept My Heart This DayMatthew Bridges, 1848St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1826
318bMy God, Accept My Heart This DayMatthew Bridges, 1848DundeeArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
319I’m Not Ashamed to Own My LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
320Lord, I Am Thine, Entirely ThineRev. Samuel Davies, published 1769GennesaretRev. William H. Havergal, 1859
321My God, and Is Thy Table Spread?Rev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755Rockingham OldArranged by Edward Miller, 1790
322Shepherd of Souls, Refresh and BlessVerses 1, 2, 3, anonymous: verses 4, 5, James Montgomery, 1825St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
323How Sweet and Awful Is the PlaceRev. Isaac Watts, 1707DundeeArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
324aHow Condescending and How KindRev. Isaac Watts, 1707Holy CrossArranged by James C. Wade, 1865
324bHow Condescending and How KindRev. Isaac Watts, 1707AlexandriaAnonymous
325Here, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855Pax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
326Not Worthy, Lord, to Gather up the CrumbsBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1872MorecambeFrederick C. Atkinson, 1870
327aBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857, 1876ShorehamRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
327bBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857, 1876In MemoriamFrederick C. Maker, 1876
328aAccording to Thy Gracious WordJames Montgomery, 1825DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1872
328bAccording to Thy Gracious WordJames Montgomery, 1825EvanRev. William H. Havergal, 1846
329Zion, to Thy Savior SingingLauda Sion SalvatoremThomas Aquinas, circa 1260, Translation by Rev. Alexander R. Thompson, 1883Stabat MaterRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
330Jesus, to Thy Table LedRev. Robert H. Baynes, 1864Melford“M.B.F.”, 1886
331Bread of the World in Mercy BrokenBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827Eucharistic HymnRev. John S. B. Hodges, 1869
332O Bread to Pilgrims GivenO Esca viatorumAnonymous (Latin, circa 17th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Festum DeiWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
333Bread of Heaven, on Thee I FeedJosiah Conder, 1824Mount ZionSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
334Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving HeartsJesu dulcedo, cordiumSt. Bernard of Clairvaux, circa 1150, Arrangement and Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
335At the Lamb’s High Feast We SingAd regias Agni dapesAnonymous (Latin, 6th century), Translation by Rev. Robert Campbell, 1849: verse 1, lines 3, 6, 8, verse 2, line 5, alteredSt. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1859
336A Parting Hymn We SingRev. Aaron R. Wolfe, 1858SchumannAscribed to Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
337Lord of the Harvest, HearRev. Charles Wesley, 1742OlmutzArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
338Bow Down Thine Ear, Almighty LordRev. Thomas E. Powell, 1864Intercession OldOld Latin Melody
339O Spirit of the Living GodJames Montgomery, 1823MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
340“Go, Preach My Gospel,” Saith the LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 1, line 4, alteredMendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1824
341aHow Beauteous Are Their FeetRev. Isaac Watts, 1707St. MichaelAbridged from Genevan Psalter, 1543
341bHow Beauteous Are Their FeetRev. Isaac Watts, 1707ThatcherArranged from George F. Handel, 1732
342Soldiers of Christ, AriseRev. Charles Wesley, 1749Soldiers of ChristRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
343Ye Servants of the LordRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755LabanLowell Mason, 1830
344Go, Labor On: Spend, and Be SpentRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843WilliamsGeorge Kingsley, 1853
345Lord, Speak to Me, That I May SpeakMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1872CanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
346aO Christ, Our True and Only LightO Jesu Christe, wahres LichtRev. Johann Heermann, 1650, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858BreslauJoseph Clauder’s Psalmodia Nova, 1630
346bO Christ, Our True and Only LightO Jesu Christe, wahres LichtRev. Johann Heermann, 1650, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Federal StreetHenry K. Oliver, 1832
347aStand Up, Stand Up for JesusRev. George Duffield, 1858WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
347bStand Up, Stand Up for JesusRev. George Duffield, 1858GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
348O Brothers, Lift Your VoicesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1848LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
349aTake My Life, and Let It BeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1874Mary Magdalene (Sullivan)Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
349bTake My Life, and Let It BeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1874PatmosRev. William H. Havergal, 1869
350Through Good Report and Evil, LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866HanfordSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
351Jesus Calls Us, O’er the TumultMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852: verse 2, line 1, alteredLowtonAlbert Lowe, 1875
352Lead On, O King EternalRev. Ernest W. Shurtleff, 1888TennentUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
353He That Goeth Forth with WeepingThomas Hastings, 1836StockwellDarius E. Jones, 1851
354aThe Son of God Goes Forth to WarBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827All Saints NewHenry S. Cutler, 1872
354bThe Son of God Goes Forth to WarBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827WarriorRev. Archibald Macdonald, 1877
355O Still in Accents Sweet and StrongRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864St. MarkHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
356aJesus, I My Cross Have TakenRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1824 (Text of 1833)CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
356bJesus, I My Cross Have TakenRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1824 (Text of 1833)EllesdieArranged from Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791), by Joseph P. Holbrook, 1865
357In the Vineyard of Our FatherThomas MacKellar, 1845KelvedenRev. William Blow, Jr., 1867
358Who Is on the Lord’s Side?Miss Frances R. Havergal, 1877ArmageddonArranged by Sir John Goss, 1871
359Work, for the Night Is ComingMrs. Anna L. Coghill, circa 1860, alteredWork SongLowell Mason, 1864
360aOft in Danger, Oft in WoeFirst 10 lines, Henry K. White, 1806; altered by Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1833, and Rev. W. J. Hall, 1836: the remainder, Frances S. Colquhoun, 1827University CollegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
360bOft in Danger, Oft in WoeFirst 10 lines, Henry K. White, 1806; altered by Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1833, and Rev. W. J. Hall, 1836: the remainder, Frances S. Colquhoun, 1827Confidence (Merrill)Rev. William P. Merrill, 1895
361Hark! The Voice of Jesus CryingRev. Daniel March, 1868EllesdieArranged from Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791), by Joseph P. Holbrook, 1865
362Soldiers Who to Christ BelongPugnate, Christi militesAnonymous, Breviary of Châlons-sur-Marne, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams, 1839: recast in The Hymnary, 1872MunusJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
363Dear Lord and Master MineThomas H. Gill, 1868FergusonGeorge Kingsley, 1843
364O Happy Band of PilgrimsRev. John Mason Neale, 1862: based on Joseph the Hymnographer, circa 840KocherJustin H. Knecht, 1799
365Revive Thy Work, O LordAlbert Midlane, 1858St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
366aMust Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?Verse 1, Rev. Thomas Shepherd, 1693, altered: verse 2, anonymous, circa 1810; verse 3, anonymous, 1849: verses 4, 5, Rev. Charles Beecher, 1855FaithRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
366bMust Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?Verse 1, Rev. Thomas Shepherd, 1693, altered: verse 2, anonymous, circa 1810; verse 3, anonymous, 1849: verses 4, 5, Rev. Charles Beecher, 1855MaitlandGeorge N. Allen, 1850
367aHow Blessed, from the Bonds of SinO hochbeglückte SeeleRev. Carl J. P. Spitta, 1833, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1854BlendenCharles E. Kettle, 1876
367bHow Blessed, from the Bonds of SinO hochbeglückte SeeleRev. Carl J. P. Spitta, 1833, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1854St. Leonard (Hiles)Henry Hiles, 1868
368On Our Way RejoicingRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863, 1873: verse 1, lines 6, 8, alteredColytonWilliam H. Monk, 1881
369aO Jesus, I Have PromisedRev. John E. Bode, 1869Angel’s StoryArthur H. Mann, 1883
369bO Jesus, I Have PromisedRev. John E. Bode, 1869Jesu, Magister BoneRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
370aOnward, Christian SoldiersRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865St. GertrudeSir Arthur Sullivan, 1871
370bOnward, Christian SoldiersRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865The New YearArthur H. Mann, 1885
371Savior, Thy Dying LoveRev. S. Dryden Phelps, 1862WintertonSir Joseph Barnby, 1892
372Teach Me, My God and KingRev. George Herbert, 1633: verses 2, 3, 4, recast by Rev. John Wesley, 1738EmmausSir Joseph Barnby, 1862
373So Let Our Lips and Lives ExpressRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 2, line 3, alteredWarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
374Lord, Lead the Way the Savior WentRev. William Croswell, 1831AlbanoVincent Novello, 1868
375Thou Lord of Life, Our Saving HealthRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1886HursleyAscribed to Peter Ritter, 1792, arranged by William H. Monk, 1861
376We Give Thee but Thine OwnBishop William W. How, 1864DedicationJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
377O Lord of Heaven and Earth and SeaBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863 (Text of 1872)AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
378O Praise Our God TodayRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861VigilArranged for St. Alban’s Tune Book, 1865
379O Daughters Blest of GalileeBishop William W. How, 1867InasmuchUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
380O God of Mercy, God of MightRev. Godfrey Thring, 1877: verse 6, line 4, alteredElmhurstEdwin Drewett, 1887
381O Thou Through Suffering Perfect MadeBishop William W. How, 1871Intercession OldOld Latin Melody
382Soldiers of the Cross, AriseBishop William W. How, 1854Redhead No. 45Old French Melody: arranged by Richard Redhead, 1853
383Hark! The Song of JubileeJames Montgomery, 1818ThanksgivingWalter B. Gilbert, 1862
384Hasten, Lord, the Glorious TimeMiss Harriet Auber, 1829ElthamLowell Mason, 1840
385Hail to the Lord’s AnointedJames Montgomery, 1821St. AnselmSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
386The Morning Light Is BreakingRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1832WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
387O That the Lord’s SalvationRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
388Look from the Sphere of Endless DayWilliam Cullen Bryant, 1859MainzerJoseph Mainzer, circa 1845
389Fling out the Banner! Let It FloatBishop George W. Doane, 1848WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
390Jesus Shall Reign Where’er the SunRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Park StreetArranged from Frederick M. A. Venua, circa 1810
391Hail to the Brightness of Zion’s Glad Morning!Thomas Hastings, 1831WesleyLowell Mason, 1830
392aWatchman, Tell Us of the NightSir John Bowring, 1825: verse 1, line 6, verse 2, line 8, alteredWatchmanLowell Mason, 1830
392bWatchman, Tell Us of the NightSir John Bowring, 1825: verse 1, line 6, verse 2, line 8, alteredMaidstoneWalter B. Gilbert, 1862
393aO Lord Our God, AriseAnonymous, 1800: enlarged in Wardlaw’s Selection, 1803St. EthelwaldWilliam H. Monk, 1861
393bO Lord Our God, AriseAnonymous, 1800: enlarged in Wardlaw’s Selection, 1803Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
394aO’er the Gloomy Hills of DarknessRev. William Williams, 1772: verse 1, re-written; verse 2, line 2, and verse 3, alteredWildersmouthEdward J. Hopkins, 1879
394bO’er the Gloomy Hills of DarknessRev. William Williams, 1772: verse 1, re-written; verse 2, line 2, and verse 3, alteredZionThomas Hastings, 1830
395aBlow Ye the Trumpet, BlowRev. Charles Wesley, 1750LenoxLewis Edson, 1782
395bBlow Ye the Trumpet, BlowRev. Charles Wesley, 1750St. John (Parish Choir)Old English Melody: Parish Choir, 1851
396Ye Christian Heralds, Go ProclaimRev. Bourne H. Draper, 1803: verse 1, lines 1, 3, verse 2, line 1, alteredMissionary ChantHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1830
397And Is the Time Approaching?Miss Jane Borthwick, 1859SchubertArranged from Franz Schubert (1797-1828) by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
398Light of the World, We Hail TheeRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Light of the WorldWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
399Savior, Sprinkle Many NationsBishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1851FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
400From Greenland’s Icy MountainsBishop Reginald Heber, 1819Missionary HymnLowell Mason, 1823
401Christ for the World We SingRev. Samuel Wolcott, 1869Fiat LuxRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
402aThou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, circa 1813: verse 4, line 1, alteredStobelOld German Melody
402bThou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, circa 1813: verse 4, line 1, alteredDortLowell Mason, 1832
403O God of Truth, Whose Living WordThomas Hughes, 1859St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
404Thy Kingdom Come, O GodRev. Lewis Hensley, 1867EdenRev. Oswald M. Feilden, 1862
405Soon May the Last Glad Song AriseAnonymous, Ascribed to Mrs. Vokes, 1816Duke StreetJohn Hatton, circa 1793
406Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates of BrassJames Montgomery, 1843: verse 4, lines 2, 3, alteredPresbyterWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
407Who Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes Throne?Rev. Heinrich T. Schenk, 1719, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841, 1864All Saints OldDarmstädter Gesangbuch, 1698, arranged by Johann Georg Christian Störl, 1711
408aWe Come Unto Our Fathers’ GodThomas H. Gill, 1868The Golden ChainSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
408bWe Come Unto Our Fathers’ GodThomas H. Gill, 1868Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s Geistliche Lieder, Wittenberg, 1535
409For All the Saints Who from Their Labors RestBishop William W. How, 1864SarumSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
410From All Thy Saints in WarfareHoratio, Earl Nelson, 1864OlivantWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
411aChildren of the Heavenly KingRev. John Cennick, 1742Pleyel’s HymnArranged from Ignace Pleyel, 1790
411bChildren of the Heavenly KingRev. John Cennick, 1742University CollegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
412What Are These in Bright Array?James Montgomery, 1819CulfordEdward J. Hopkins, 1867
413Blessed Are the Sons of GodRev. Joseph Humphreys, 1743, arranged and verse 2, line 2, alteredRosefieldRev. H. A. César Malan, 1834
414How Sweet, How Heavenly Is the SightRev. Joseph Swain, 1792SiloamIsaac B. Woodbury, 1842
415aAlleluia, Song of SweetnessAlleluia, dulce carmenAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Translation of verses 1, 2, 4, Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851; verse 4, line 3, altered; verse 3, Cooke and Denton's Hymnal, 1853Alleluia Dulce CarmenEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
415bAlleluia, Song of SweetnessAlleluia, dulce carmenAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Translation of verses 1, 2, 4, Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851; verse 4, line 3, altered; verse 3, Cooke and Denton's Hymnal, 1853CorinthSamuel Webbe’s Collection, 1792
416Happy the Souls to Jesus JoinedRev. Charles Wesley, 1745St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
417Hark! The Sound of Holy VoicesBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862SanctuaryRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
418aThrough the Night of Doubt and SorrowIgjennem Nat og TrængselBernhardt S. Ingemann, 1825, Translation by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1867, 1875St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
418bThrough the Night of Doubt and SorrowIgjennem Nat og TrængselBernhardt S. Ingemann, 1825, Translation by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1867, 1875Lux EoiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
419Father of All, from Land and SeaBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1871AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
420aOne Sole Baptismal SignGeorge Robinson, 1842: verse 2, lines 5, 6, alteredUnityR. Huntington Woodman, 1895
420bOne Sole Baptismal SignGeorge Robinson, 1842: verse 2, lines 5, 6, alteredChrist ChurchCharles Steggall, 1865
421aGive Me the Wings of Faith to RiseRev. Isaac Watts, 1709WestminsterJames Turle, 1843
421bGive Me the Wings of Faith to RiseRev. Isaac Watts, 1709DedhamWilliam Gardiner, 1812
422The Saints of God! Their Conflict PastArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1870Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
423aCome, Let Us Join Our Friends AboveRev. Charles Wesley, 1759PresbyterWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
423bCome, Let Us Join Our Friends AboveRev. Charles Wesley, 1759Land of RestRichard S. Newman, 1879
424Sing Alleluia Forth in Duteous PraiseAlleluia piis edite laudibusAnonymous (Latin, circa 5th century), Translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1865 (Text of 1868)Alleluia PerenneWilliam H. Monk, 1868
425aBlest Be the Tie That BindsRev. John Fawcett, 1782BoylstonLowell Mason, 1832
425bBlest Be the Tie That BindsRev. John Fawcett, 1782St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
426aO What, if We Are Christ’sRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1852AberystwythRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, Bart., 1861
426bO What, if We Are Christ’sRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1852VigilArranged for St. Alban’s Tune Book, 1865
427Not All the Blood of BeastsRev. Isaac Watts, 1709OlmutzArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
428Not What These Hands Have DoneRev. Horatius Bonar, 1861St. AndrewSir Joseph Barnby, 1866
429Praise to the Holiest in the HeightCardinal John H. Newman, 1865WestminsterJames Turle, 1843
430O Mystery of Love DivineThomas H. Gill, 1864AlbanoVincent Novello, 1868
431Plunged in a Gulf of Dark DespairRev. Isaac Watts, 1707HermonLowell Mason, 1832
432aO the Darkness, O the SorrowThomas MacKellar, 1886Cross of JesusSir John Stainer, 1887
432bO the Darkness, O the SorrowThomas MacKellar, 1886DorrnanceIsaac B. Woodbury, 1848
433Thy Life Was Given for MeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1858: recast, Church Hymns, 1871DevotionJohn H. Gower, 1895
434Salvation! O the Joyful SoundRev. Isaac Watts, 1709AzmonArranged from Carl G. Gläser, 1828, by Lowell Mason, 1839
435aThere Is a Fountain Filled with BloodWilliam Cowper, 1772HorsleyWilliam Horsley, 1844
435bThere Is a Fountain Filled with BloodWilliam Cowper, 1772CowperLowell Mason, 1830
436Nature with Open Volume StandsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 3, line 2, alteredHamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
437Grace! ’Tis a Charming SoundRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
438aWas There Ever Kindest Shepherd?Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854ChamouniGeorge Lomas, 1876
438bWas There Ever Kindest Shepherd?Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
439aCome, Ye Disconsolate, Where’er Ye LanguishVerses 1, 2, Thomas Moore, 1816, altered; verse 3, Thomas Hastings, 1832BeebeWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
439bCome, Ye Disconsolate, Where’er Ye LanguishVerses 1, 2, Thomas Moore, 1816, altered; verse 3, Thomas Hastings, 1832AlmaArranged from Samuel Webbe, 1792
440Hark, My Soul, It Is the Lord!William Cowper, 1768St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
441Come to the Savior NowJohn M. Wigner, 1871InvitationFrederick C. Maker, 1881
442“Come,” Said Jesus’ Sacred VoiceAnna L. Barbauld, 1792: verse 4, line 1, alteredForgivenessGeorge M. Garrett, 1872
443Return, O Wanderer, ReturnRev. William B. Collyer, 1812ReturnWilliam H. Squires, 1895
444aGod Calling Yet! Shall I Not Hear?Gott rufet noch, sollt ich nicht endlich hörenGerhard Tersteegen, 1735, Translation by Sarah B. Findlater, 1855; recast, Sabbath Hymn Book, 1858ClolataW. St. Clair Palmer, 1893
444bGod Calling Yet! Shall I Not Hear?Gott rufet noch, sollt ich nicht endlich hörenGerhard Tersteegen, 1735, Translation by Sarah B. Findlater, 1855; recast, Sabbath Hymn Book, 1858Rockingham OldArranged by Edward Miller, 1790
445Behold! A Stranger’s at the DoorRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: verse 4, line 3, alteredZephyrWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
446Come Unto Me, Ye WearyWilliam C. Dix, 1867Come Unto MeRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
447Today Thy Mercy Calls MeOswald Allen, 1861BlairgowrieRev. John B. Dykes, 1872
448Tell Me the Old, Old StoryMiss Katherine Hankey, 1866: refrain added.EvangelistJohn H. Gower, 1895
449aArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 7, line 3, alteredBullingerRev. Ethelbert W. Bullinger, 1877
449bArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 7, line 3, alteredStephanosRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868
450Sinners, Turn; Why Will Ye Die?Rev. Charles Wesley, 1741BeneventoArranged from Samuel Webbe, 1792
451“Take Up Thy Cross,” the Savior SaidRev. Charles W. Everest, 1833QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
452aFrom the Cross Uplifted HighRev. Thomas Haweis, 1792Rock of AgesSir George J. Elvey (1816-1893)
452bFrom the Cross Uplifted HighRev. Thomas Haweis, 1792RosefieldRev. H. A. César Malan, 1834
453O Jesus, Thou Art StandingBishop William W. How, 1867St. EdithJustin H. Knecht, 1799, and Rev. Edward Husband, 1871
454Today the Savior CallsRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1831, altered by Thomas Hastings (1784-1872)TodayLowell Mason, 1831
455The Lord Is Rich and MercifulRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1868Land of RestRichard S. Newman, 1879
456“Yet There Is Room:” the Lamb’s Bright Hall of SongRev. Horatius Bonar, 1879CantusUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
457Tomorrow, Lord, Is ThineRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755VigilArranged for St. Alban’s Tune Book, 1865
458The Spirit in Our HeartsBishop Henry U. Onderdonk, 1826St. AndrewSir Joseph Barnby, 1866
459Sinful, Sighing to Be BlestRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1857WoodmanR. Huntington Woodman, 1895
460Father, Hear Thy Children’s CallRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1875Gower’s LitanyJohn H. Gower, 1891
461Depth of Mercy! Can There Be?Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
462O Thou That Hear’st When Sinners CryRev. Isaac Watts, 1719HamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
463No, Not DespairinglyRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866KedronEnglish, ascribed to Miss Ann Baird Spratt (1829-?)
464With Broken Heart and Contrite SighRev. Cornelius Elven, 1852St. LukeAltered from Jeremiah Clarke, 1701
465aI Was a Wandering SheepRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843Pastor BonusAlfred J. Caldicott (1842-1897)
465bI Was a Wandering SheepRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843LebanonJohn Zundel, 1855
466aLord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams, 1844: verse 3, lines 1, 2, alteredSt. PhilipWilliam H. Monk, 1861
466bLord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams, 1844: verse 3, lines 1, 2, alteredMelford“M.B.F.,” 1886
467aCome, Let Us to the Lord Our GodRev. John Morison, 1781SohoSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
467bCome, Let Us to the Lord Our GodRev. John Morison, 1781St. FlavianAbridged from John Daye’s Psalter, 1562
468aO Lord, Turn Not Thy Face AwayRev. John Marckant, 1561: recast by Bishop Reginald Heber, published 1827St. MaryAltered from Prys’ Welsh Psalter, 1621
468bO Lord, Turn Not Thy Face AwayRev. John Marckant, 1561: recast by Bishop Reginald Heber, published 1827SouthwoldHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
469How Oft, Alas! This Wretched HeartMiss Anne Steele, 1760SalzburghArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
470aSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant, 1815BlumenthalArranged from Jacques Blumenthal, 1847
470bSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant, 1815Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
471Weary of Earth, and Laden with My SinRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1866LangranJames Langran, 1862
472We Have Not Known Thee as We OughtRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1889Jesu, DomineSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
473Have Mercy, Lord, on MeTate and Brady’s New Version, Edition of 1698St. IgnatiusSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
474Out of the Deep I CallRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868St. BrideSamuel Howard, 1762
475aMy Sins, My Sins, My Savior!Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863MonsellAnonymous
475bMy Sins, My Sins, My Savior!Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863St. EdithJustin H. Knecht, 1799, and Rev. Edward Husband, 1871
476aLord, to Thee Alone We TurnRev. Albert E. Evans, 1867RamothJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
476bLord, to Thee Alone We TurnRev. Albert E. Evans, 1867MartynSimeon B. Marsh, 1834
477aJust as I Am, Without One PleaMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1836Just as I AmSir Joseph Barnby, 1893
477bJust as I Am, Without One PleaMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1836WoodworthWilliam B. Bradbury, 1849
478aRock of Ages, Cleft for MeRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776: verse 4, line 2, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1815RelianceJohn H. Gower, 1895
478bRock of Ages, Cleft for MeRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776: verse 4, line 2, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1815TopladyThomas Hastings, 1830
478cRock of Ages, Cleft for MeRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776: verse 4, line 2, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1815AjalonRichard Redhead, 1853
479Forth from the Dark and Stormy SkyBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827St. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
480O Gift of Gifts! O Grace of Faith!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849FaithRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
481Jesus, Thou Art the Sinner’s FriendRev. Richard Burnham, 1796: verses 1, 4, alteredSawleyJames Walch, 1860
482Approach, My Soul, the Mercy-SeatRev. John Newton, 1779DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1872
483aI Heard the Voice of Jesus SayRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846Vox DilectiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
483bI Heard the Voice of Jesus SayRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846Audite Audientes MeSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
484O Jesus, Savior of the LostBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1849MartyrdomHugh Wilson, circa 1825
485aI Lay My Sins on JesusRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843MoscowJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
485bI Lay My Sins on JesusRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843MiriamJoseph P. Holbrook, 1865
485cI Lay My Sins on JesusRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843WaringSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
486Lord, I Believe; Thy Power I OwnRev. John R. Wreford, 1837LambethWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
487Thou Didst Leave Thy ThroneMiss Emily E. S. Elliott, 1864MargaretRev. Timothy R. Matthews (1826-1910)
488Beneath the Cross of JesusMiss Elizabeth C. Clephane, published 1872St. ChristopherFrederick C. Maker, 1881
489aJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740HollingsideRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
489bJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740MartynSimeon B. Marsh, 1834
489cJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740New St. AndrewJohn Gill
490My Hope Is Built on Nothing LessRev. Edward Mote, circa 1834: verse 1, arrangedHopeWilliam H. Squires, 1895
491aTake Me, O My Father, Take MeRev. Ray Palmer, 1864The Hymn of JoyArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven, 1824
491bTake Me, O My Father, Take MeRev. Ray Palmer, 1864FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
492aMy Faith Looks Up to TheeRev. Ray Palmer, 1830Olivet (Mason)Lowell Mason, 1832
492bMy Faith Looks Up to TheeRev. Ray Palmer, 1830BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
493aHoly Father, Hear My CryRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843HeinleinNürnberger Gebetbuch, 1677
493bHoly Father, Hear My CryRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843SolitudeLewis T. Downes, 1851
494aLift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty GatesMacht hoch die ThürRev. Georg Weissel, 1642, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855: each verse abridged; verse 6, arrangedSeftonJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
494bLift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty GatesMacht hoch die ThürRev. Georg Weissel, 1642, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855: each verse abridged; verse 6, arrangedMendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1824
495O Help Us, Lord; Each Hour of NeedRev. Henry H. Milman, 1827St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
496Awake, My Soul, Stretch Every NerveRev. Philip Doddridge (1702-1751)ChristmasArranged from George F. Handel, 1728
497Am I a Soldier of the Cross?Rev. Isaac Watts, circa 1723MarlowRev. John Chetham’s Psalmody, 1718
498aIn the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery, 1834: verse 1, line 2, alteredPenitence (Lane)Spencer Lane, 1879
498bIn the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery, 1834: verse 1, line 2, alteredMary Magdalene (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
499aJesus, Lord of Life and GloryJames J. Cummins, 1839St. AustinArranged from Gregorian Chant for Bristol Tune Book, 1876
499bJesus, Lord of Life and GloryJames J. Cummins, 1839EtonSir Joseph Barnby, 1886
500Gently, Lord, O Gently Lead UsThomas Hastings, 1831, 1850AutumnLouis von Esch, circa 1810
501aI Need Thee Every HourMrs. Annie S. Hawks, 1872: refrain added by Rev. Robert Lowry (1826-1899)NeedRev. Robert Lowry, 1872
501bI Need Thee Every HourMrs. Annie S. Hawks, 1872Every HourRev. Philip R. Sleeman, 1863
502Jesus, Savior, Pilot MeRev. Edward Hopper, 1871PilotJohn E. Gould, 1871
503Christian, Seek Not Yet ReposeMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1839: verse 1, line 2, alteredVigilateWilliam H. Monk, 1868
504Jesus, My Savior, Look on MeMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1869HanfordSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
505Fight the Good Fight with All Thy MightRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863MozartArranged from Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791)
506Jesus, Still Lead OnJesu, geh voranCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721: arranged, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1846BorthwickJohn H. Gower, 1895
507aStand Up, My Soul; Shake Off Thy FearsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
507bStand Up, My Soul; Shake Off Thy FearsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1824
508My Soul, Be on Thy GuardRev. George Heath, 1781: verse 3, lines 2, 4, verse 4, alteredSunderlandHenry Smart, 1867
509A Charge to Keep I HaveRev. Charles Wesley, 1762LabanLowell Mason, 1830
510Surrounded by Unnumbered FoesGerald Massey, 1869WavertreeWilliam Shore, 1840: Harmonization by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
511Father, Whate’er of Earthly BlissMiss Anne Steele, 1760, altered by Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776NaomiArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1836
512The King of Love My Shepherd IsRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868Dominus Regit MeRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
513God Is My Strong SalvationJames Montgomery, 1822TennentUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
514Wait, My Soul, Upon the LordWilliam F. Lloyd (1791-1853)St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
515If Thou but Suffer God to Guide TheeWer nur den lieben Gott lässt waltenGeorg Neumark, 1641, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855, 1863NeumarkGeorg Neumark, 1657
516aCast Thy Burden on the LordAnonymous in Rowland Hill’s Psalms and Hymns, 1783SpringfieldEdward Minshall, 1887
516bCast Thy Burden on the LordAnonymous in Rowland Hill’s Psalms and Hymns, 1783MercyArranged from Louis M. Gottschalk, 1867
517aLead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead UsJames Edmeston, 1821CorinthSamuel Webbe’s Collection, 1792
517bLead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead UsJames Edmeston, 1821GounodCharles F. Gounod, 1872
518aThere Is a Safe and Secret PlaceRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Green HillAlbert L. Peace, 1885
518bThere Is a Safe and Secret PlaceRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834EvanRev. William H. Havergal, 1846
519Father of Love, Our Guide and FriendRev. William J. Irons, 1844St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
520While Thee I Seek, Protecting PowerMiss Helen M. Williams, 1786BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
521O God of Bethel, by Whose HandVerses 1-4, Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1737, recast by Rev. John Logan, 1781: verse 1, line 1, altered and verse 5, added, Scottish Translations and Paraphrases, 1781St. HughEdward J. Hopkins, 1862
522The Lord’s My Shepherd, I’ll Not WantScottish Psalter, 1650: based on Francis Rous, Sir William Mure, and othersBalermaArranged by Robert Simpson, 1833
523Who Trusts in God, a Strong AbodeWer Gott vertraut, hat wohl gebautVerse 1, Rev. Joachim Magdeburg, 1572: verses 2, 3, Anonymous, 1597, Translation by Rev. Benjamin H. Kennedy, 1863: altered by Bishop William W. How, 1864ConstanceSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
524aGuide Me, O Thou Great JehovahArglwydd arwain trwy’r anialwchRev. William Williams (Welsh), 1745, Translation by (verse 1) Rev. Peter Williams, 1771; (verses 2, 3) Rev. William Williams, circa 1772TurnerWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
524bGuide Me, O Thou Great JehovahArglwydd arwain trwy’r anialwchRev. William Williams (Welsh), 1745, Translation by (verse 1) Rev. Peter Williams, 1771; (verses 2, 3) Rev. William Williams, circa 1772OliphantArranged from Pierre M. F. de S. Baillot, 1830, by Lowell Mason, 1832
525aLead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling GloomCardinal John H. Newman, 1833Lux BenignaRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
525bLead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling GloomCardinal John H. Newman, 1833Lux BeataAlbert L. Peace, 1885
525cLead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling GloomCardinal John H. Newman, 1833SandonCharles H. Purday, 1860
526Sometimes a Light SurprisesWilliam Cowper, 1779BentleyJohn Hullah, 1867
527In Heavenly Love AbidingMiss Anna L. Waring, 1850WaringSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
528My Jesus, as Thou Wilt!Mein Jesu, wie du willtRev. Benjamin Schmolck, circa 1704, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1854JewettArranged from Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826), by Joseph P. Holbrook, 1862
529aThy Way, Not Mine, O LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Holy GuideUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
529bThy Way, Not Mine, O LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Via RecteSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
530aHe Leadeth Me: O Blessed ThoughtRev. Joseph H. Gilmore, 1862: lines 3, 4 of refrain addedHe Leadeth MeWilliam B. Bradbury, 1864
530bHe Leadeth Me: O Blessed ThoughtRev. Joseph H. Gilmore, 1862HumilitySamuel P. Tuckerman, 1848
531God Is the Refuge of His SaintsRev. Isaac Watts, 1719: verse 5, line 2, alteredWardOld Scotch Melody, arranged by Lowell Mason, 1830
532aMy God and Father, While I StrayMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834Troyte’s ChantArthur H. D. Troyte, 1857
532bMy God and Father, While I StrayMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834SunsetSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
533How Firm a Foundation“K,” in Rippon’s Selection, 1787Adeste FidelesCantus Diversi, 1751
534Lord, It Belongs Not to My CareRev. Richard Baxter, 1681: verse 1, line 1, verse 2, line 4, alteredTallis’ OrdinalThomas Tallis, 1560
535Supreme in Wisdom as in PowerRev. Isaac Watts, 1707, altered in Scottish Translations and Paraphrases, 1745, 1781DundeeArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
536aGod Moves in a Mysterious WayWilliam Cowper, 1774St. NathanielSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
536bGod Moves in a Mysterious WayWilliam Cowper, 1774HermonLowell Mason, 1832
537The Lord My Shepherd IsRev. Isaac Watts, 1719NewlandHenry J. Gauntlett, 1858
538Commit Thou All Thy GriefsBefiehl du deine WegeRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739ThatcherArranged from George F. Handel, 1732
539Your Harps, Ye Trembling SaintsRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1772SchumannAscribed to Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
540My Times Are in Thy HandWilliam F. Lloyd, circa 1838EmmausSir Joseph Barnby, 1862
541How Gentle God’s CommandsRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
542Call Jehovah Thy SalvationJames Montgomery, 1822MoultrieGerard F. Cobb (1838-1904)
543When Gathering Clouds Around I ViewSir Robert Grant, 1806 (Text of 1812)MelitaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
544The Lord My Pasture Shall PrepareJoseph Addison, 1712Pater OmniumHenry J. E. Holmes, 1875
545I Bow My Forehead to the DustJohn G. Whittier, 1867: arrangedAmesburyUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
546aJesus, the Very Thought of TheeJesu, dulcis memoriaSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 4, line 4, alteredHoly TrinitySir Joseph Barnby, 1861
546bJesus, the Very Thought of TheeJesu, dulcis memoriaSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 4, line 4, alteredMetzlerRichard Redhead, 1839
546cJesus, the Very Thought of TheeJesu, dulcis memoriaSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 4, line 4, alteredBelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
547I Could Not Do Without TheeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873MagdalenaSir John Stainer, 1875
548aTo Thee, O Dear, Dear SaviorRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Savoy ChapelJ. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
548bTo Thee, O Dear, Dear SaviorRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Festum DeiWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
549aO Holy Savior, Friend UnseenMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834DerryRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
549bO Holy Savior, Friend UnseenMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834WoodworthWilliam B. Bradbury, 1849
550O Lord, I Would Delight in TheeRev. John Ryland, 1777St. FrancesGeorge A. Löhr, 1861
551If Christ Is Mine, Then All Is MineRev. Benjamin Beddome, published 1817EckhardtsheimHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1833
552I’ve Found a Friend; O Such a Friend!Rev. James G. Small, 1864ConstanceSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
553aAwake, My Soul, in Joyful LaysRev. Samuel Medley, 1782LaudsOld Latin Melody, arranged by Richard Redhead, 1853
553bAwake, My Soul, in Joyful LaysRev. Samuel Medley, 1782AlstoneChristopher E. Willing, 1868
554Jesus, I Love Thy Charming NameRev. Philip Doddridge (1702-1751)HeberGeorge Kingsley, 1838
555aI Know That My Redeemer LivesRev. Charles Wesley, 1742BradfordArranged from George F. Handel, 1741
555bI Know That My Redeemer LivesRev. Charles Wesley, 1742Holy CrossArranged by James C. Wade, 1865
556How Sweet the Name of Jesus SoundsRev. John Newton, 1779: verse 5, line 1, alteredSt. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1826
557aMy God, I Love Thee, Not BecauseO Deus, ego amo teAscribed to Francis Xavier (1506-1552), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 1, line 3, 4, alteredFlensburgLouis Spohr (1784-1859), harmonization by Sir Joseph Barnby, 1867
557bMy God, I Love Thee, Not BecauseO Deus, ego amo teAscribed to Francis Xavier (1506-1552), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 1, line 3, 4, alteredXavierSir John Stainer, 1875
558Jesus, These Eyes Have Never SeenRev. Ray Palmer, 1858SawleyJames Walch, 1860
559aLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 2, lines 4, 5, alteredLove Divine (Le Jeune)George F. Le Jeune, 1887
559bLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 3, line 4, verse 4, line 1, alteredLove Divine (Stainer)Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
559cLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 2, lines 4, 5, alteredFalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
559dLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 3, line 4, verse 4, line 1, alteredSardisArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
560One There Is, Above All OthersRev. John Newton, 1779AlbertHeinrich Albert, 1643
561Immortal Love, Forever FullJohn G. Whittier, 1866FaithRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
562aMy God, the Spring of All My JoysRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 2, line 3, alteredBurlingtonJohn F. Burrowes, 1830
562bMy God, the Spring of All My JoysRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 2, line 3, alteredSouthwellHerbert S. Irons, 1861
563aMajestic Sweetness Sits EnthronedRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787: verse 1, line 2, alteredHorsleyWilliam Horsley, 1844
563bMajestic Sweetness Sits EnthronedRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787: verse 1, line 2, alteredOrtonvilleThomas Hastings, 1837
564Jesus, My Lord, My God, My AllRev. Henry Collins, 1854Jesu, DomineSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
565Jesus, Thy Boundless Love to MeO Jesu Christ, mein schönstes LichtRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1653, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739: verse 3, line 6, alteredSt. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
566O Lamb of God, Still Keep MeRev. James G. Deck, 1842St. George’s, BoltonJames Walch, 1875
567Christ, of All My Hopes the GroundRev. Ralph Wardlaw, 1817HendonRev. H. A. César Malan, 1827
568O Love That Wilt Not Let Me GoRev. George Matheson, 1882St. MargaretAlbert L. Peace, 1885
569Jesus, Sun and Shield Art ThouRev. Horatius Bonar, 1869Sun and ShieldHoratio W. Parker, 1895
570My Spirit on Thy CareRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834GortonArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
571Peace, Perfect Peace, in This Dark World of SinBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1875Pax TecumGeorge T. Caldbeck, 1877
572aMy God, Is Any Hour So Sweet?Miss Charlotte Elliott, 1835 (text of 1836)HerbertRev. Richard R. Chope, 1862
572bMy God, Is Any Hour So Sweet?Miss Charlotte Elliott, 1835 (text of 1836)AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
573Prayer Is the Soul’s Sincere DesireJames Montgomery, 1819ByefieldThomas Hastings, 1840
574There Is an Eye That Never SleepsRev. James C. Wallace (circa 1793-1841)NorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
575When the Weary, Seeking RestRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866Intercession NewWilliam H. Callcott, 1867: the last two lines from Felix Mendelssohn, 1846
576O Thou That Hearest PrayerJohn Burton, Jr., 1824WavertonRobert Jackson, 1876
577aCome, My Soul, Thy Suit PrepareRev. John Newton, 1779BeethovenArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
577bCome, My Soul, Thy Suit PrepareRev. John Newton, 1779SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
578Son of Man, to Thee I CryBishop Richard Mant, 1828, altered and arranged in Cooke and Denton Hymnal, 1853PalgraveH. de la Haye Blackith, 1893
579When Cold Our Hearts, and Far from TheeRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1837ElizabethtownGeorge Kingsley, 1838
580aLord, I Hear of Showers of BlessingMrs. Elizabeth Codner, 1860: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, line 3, alteredEven MeWilliam B. Bradbury, 1862
580bLord, I Hear of Showers of BlessingMrs. Elizabeth Codner, 1860: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, line 3, alteredBeatriceRev. William W. Coe, 1895
581aFrom Every Stormy Wind That BlowsRev. Hugh Stowell, 1827, 1831BreslauJoseph Clauder’s Psalmodia Nova, 1630
581bFrom Every Stormy Wind That BlowsRev. Hugh Stowell, 1827, 1831RetreatThomas Hastings, 1842
582Lord of Mercy and of MightBishop Reginald Heber, 1811CharitySir John Stainer, 1868
583Behold the Throne of Grace!Rev. John Newton, 1779State StreetJonathan C. Woodman, 1844
584Sweet Is Thy Mercy, LordRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1862St. AndrewSir Joseph Barnby, 1866
585Blest Are the Pure in HeartVerses 1, 3, Rev. John Keble, 1819: verses 2, 4, added, Mitre Hymn Book, 1836St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
586aO for a Closer Walk with GodWilliam Cowper, 1772DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1872
586bO for a Closer Walk with GodWilliam Cowper, 1772AlexandriaAnonymous
587As Pants the Hart for Cooling StreamsTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696, 1698Cooling StreamsIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
588When I Can Read My Title ClearRev. Isaac Watts, 1707BelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
589aCome, Thou Fount of Every BlessingRev. Robert Robinson, 1758TrustArranged from Felix Mendelssohn, 1840
589bCome, Thou Fount of Every BlessingRev. Robert Robinson, 1758NettletonRev. Asahel Nettleton, 1825
590Rise, My Soul, and Stretch Thy WingsRev. Robert Seagrave, 1742AmsterdamThe Foundery Collection, 1742
591O for a Faith That Will Not ShrinkRev. William H. Bathurst, 1831CoventryArranged by Lowell Mason, 1841
592O Very God of Very GodRev. John Mason Neale, 1846St. MarkHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
593aO for a Heart to Praise My GodRev. Charles Wesley, 1742 (Text of 1782)BrownWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
593bO for a Heart to Praise My GodRev. Charles Wesley, 1742 (Text of 1782)EvanRev. William H. Havergal, 1846
594Forward! Be Our WatchwordRev. Henry Alford, 1871ForwardHenry Smart, 1872
595I Do Not Ask, O Lord, That Life May BeMiss Adelaide A. Procter, 1862SubmissionAlbert L. Peace, 1889
596Thou Hidden Love of God, Whose HeightVerborgne Gottes Liebe duGerhard Tersteegen, 1729, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1736 (Text of 1780)Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
597O Light, Whose Beams Illumine AllRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1864St. MatthiasWilliam H. Monk, 1861
598aO Thou, to Whose All-Searching SightSeelenbräutigam, O du GotteslammCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721 (verse 4, Rev. Johann A. Freylinghausen, 1704), Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1738: verse 3, line 4, alteredBeraJohn E. Gould, 1849
598bO Thou, to Whose All-Searching SightSeelenbräutigam, O du GotteslammCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721 (verse 4, Rev. Johann A. Freylinghausen, 1704), Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1738: verse 3, line 4, alteredGrace ChurchArranged from Ignace Pleyel, 1815
599Lead Us, O Father, in the Paths of PeaceRev. William H. Burleigh, 1868LongwoodSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
600My God, Permit Me Not to BeRev. Isaac Watts, 1709GuardianIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
601aNearer, My God, to TheeMrs. Sarah F. Adams, 1841: verse 1, line 5, alteredHorburyRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
601bNearer, My God, to TheeMrs. Sarah F. Adams, 1841: verse 1, line 5, alteredBethanyArranged by Lowell Mason, 1856
601cNearer, My God, to TheeMrs. Sarah F. Adams, 1841: verse 1, line 5, alteredPropior DeoSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
602More Love to Thee, O ChristMrs. Elizabeth P. Prentiss, 1869Nearer to TheeWilliam R. Braine, 1861
603O One with God the FatherBishop William W. How, 1871WaringSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
604’Tis by the Faith of Joys to ComeRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Duke StreetJohn Hatton, circa 1793
605Walk in the Light: So Shalt Thou KnowBernard Barton, 1826Nox PræcessitJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1875
606O Everlasting LightRev. Horatius Bonar, 1861DomenicaSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874
607We Bless Thee for Thy Peace, O GodAnonymousNorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
608aBehold What Wondrous GraceRev. Isaac Watts, 1707LeightonHenry W. Greatorex, 1849
608bBehold What Wondrous GraceRev. Isaac Watts, 1707NewlandHenry J. Gauntlett, 1858
609Far from My Heavenly HomeRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834LyteJohn B. Wilkes, 1861
610No, No, It Is Not DyingNon, ce n’est pas mourirRev. H. A. César Malan, 1832, Translation by Rev. Robinson P. Dunn, 1859WakefieldWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
611It Is Not Death to DieNon, ce n’est pas mourirRev. H. A. César Malan, 1832, Translation by Rev. George W. Bethune, 1847GreenwoodJoseph E. Sweetser, 1849
612aA Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, 1844LeominsterGeorge William Martin, 1862, Harmonization by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
612bA Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, 1844ChalveyRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1868
613Beyond the Smiling and the WeepingRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857A Little WhileWilliam A. Tarbutton
614aOne Sweetly Solemn ThoughtMiss Phoebe Cary, 1852 (Text of 1869)CaryWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
614bOne Sweetly Solemn ThoughtMiss Phoebe Cary, 1852 (Text of 1869)Jacobs’ ChantRev. William Jacobs, 1829
615I Would Not Live AlwayRev. William A. Mühlenberg, circa 1824 (Text of 1826)FrederickGeorge Kingsley, 1833
616We Sing His Love, Who Once Was SlainAnonymous, in Supplement to Rev. Rowland Hill’s Psalms and Hymns, 1796 (ascribed to him)Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
617There Is a Blessed HomeRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861The Blessed HomeSir John Stainer, 1875
618The Sands of Time Are SinkingMrs. Anne R. Cousin, 1857RutherfordArranged from Chrétien Urhan, 1834, by Edward F. Rimbault, 1867
619I’m but a Stranger HereRev. Thomas R. Taylor, published 1836Heaven Is My HomeSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
620aHark! Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854: verse 4, line 3, verse 5, lines 3, 4, alteredPilgrimsHenry Smart, 1868
620bHark! Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854: verse 4, line 3, verse 5, lines 3, 4, alteredVox AngelicaRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
621aJerusalem, My Happy HomeAnonymous (ascribed to James Montgomery), Eckington Collection, circa 1796 (based on “F. B. P.,” in manuscripts of 16th or 17th centuries)SouthwellHerbert S. Irons, 1861
621bJerusalem, My Happy HomeAnonymous (ascribed to James Montgomery), Eckington Collection, circa 1796 (based on “F. B. P.,” in manuscripts of 16th or 17th centuries)Holy CrossArranged by James C. Wade, 1865
622O Mother Dear, Jerusalem“F. B. P.,” in manuscripts of 16th or 17th centuries: verse 1, line 1, from William Prid, 1585MaternaSamuel A. Ward, 1882
623aO Paradise! O Paradise!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1862: verse 4, added, Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1868Paradise (Barnby)Sir Joseph Barnby, 1866
623bO Paradise! O Paradise!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1862: verse 4, added, Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1868Paradise (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1868
623cO Paradise! O Paradise!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1862: verse 4, added, Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1868Paradise (Smart)Henry Smart, 1868
624Ten Thousand Times Ten ThousandRev. Henry Alford, 1867AlfordRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
625Forever with the Lord!James Montgomery, 1835Nearer HomeIsaac B. Woodbury, 1852, harmonization by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
626When This Passing World Is DoneRev. Robert M. McCheyne, 1837Mount ZionSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
627Brief Life Is Here Our PortionHic breve viviturSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 6, line 1, alteredSt. AlphegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
628O Where Shall Rest Be FoundJames Montgomery, 1818 (text of 1825)St. Paul’s CollegeGeorge Lomas, 1876
629The World Is Very EvilHora novissimaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1858: verse 5, recast in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861St. George’s, BoltonJames Walch, 1875
630For Thee, O Dear, Dear CountryO bona patriaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: arranged, verse 5, recast in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861The HomelandSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
631aJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aureaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 1, lines 6, 8, verse 2, line 2, alteredEwingAlexander Ewing, 1853
631bJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aureaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 1, lines 6, 8, verse 2, line 2, alteredUrbs BeataGeorge F. Le Jeune, 1887
632The Roseate Hues of Early DawnMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852Castle RisingRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey, 1867
633aThere Is a Land of Pure DelightRev. Isaac Watts, 1707St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
633bThere Is a Land of Pure DelightRev. Isaac Watts, 1707MeditationJohn H. Gower, 1890
634Light’s Abode, Celestial SalemJerusalem luminosaAnonymous (Latin, 15th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1858Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
635Blessed City, Heavenly SalemUrbs beata JerusalemAnonymous (Latin, 6th or 7th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 2, lines 2, 3, 4, alteredGounodCharles F. Gounod, 1872
636Upward Where the Stars Are BurningRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866BonarJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
637Daily, Daily Sing the PraisesRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865Daily, DailyHenri F. Hemy, 1865
638Now the Laborer’s Task Is O’erRev. John Ellerton, 1871RequiescatRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
639aAsleep in Jesus! Blessed SleepMrs. Margaret Mackay, 1832Asleep in JesusDavid D. Wood, 1895
639bAsleep in Jesus! Blessed SleepMrs. Margaret Mackay, 1832Rest (Bradbury)William B. Bradbury, 1843
640Sunset and Evening StarAlfred, Lord Tennyson, 1889Crossing the BarSir Joseph Barnby, 1893
641When Our Heads Are Bowed with WoeRev. Henry H. Milman, 1827: verse 3, lines 1, 2; line 4, of each verse, alteredRedhead No. 47Richard Redhead, 1853
642Gentle Shepherd, Thou Hast StilledGuter Hirt, du hast gestilltRev. Johann W. Meinhold, 1835, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858ConsolationFrancis Cramer, 1879
643Sleep Thy Last SleepRev. Edward A. Dayman, 1868The Last SleepSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
644O Love Divine, That Stooped to ShareOliver Wendell Holmes, 1859St. LukeAltered from Jeremiah Clarke, 1701
645When the Dark Waves Round Us RollBishop William W. How, 1864WoodmanR. Huntington Woodman, 1895
646With Tearful Eyes I Look AroundMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1841ThirskW. A. Wrigley, 1885
647God of My Life, to Thee I CallWilliam Cowper, 1779LouvanVirgil C. Taylor, 1847
648aO Let Him, Whose SorrowWem in LeidenstagenHeinrich S. Oswald, 1826, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841Mary Magdalene (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
648bO Let Him, Whose SorrowWem in LeidenstagenHeinrich S. Oswald, 1826, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841Penitence (Lane)Spencer Lane, 1879
649While with Ceaseless Course the SunRev. John Newton, 1774BeneventoArranged from Samuel Webbe, 1792
650aAt Thy Feet, Our God and FatherRev. James D. Burns, 1867CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
650bAt Thy Feet, Our God and FatherRev. James D. Burns, 1867AutumnLouis von Esch, circa 1810
651Days and Moments Quickly FlyingRev. Edward Caswall, 1858, recast in Church Hymns, 1871St. SylvesterRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
652aGreat God, We Sing That Mighty HandRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755OmbersleyWilliam H. Gladstone, 1872
652bGreat God, We Sing That Mighty HandRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755GermanyWilliam Gardiner’s Sacred Melodies, 1815
653aBreak, New-Born Year, on Glad Eyes BreakThomas H. Gill, 1855MirfieldArthur Cottman, 1872
653bBreak, New-Born Year, on Glad Eyes BreakThomas H. Gill, 1855SalzburghArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
654aFor Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton, 1841St. AustellArthur H. Brown, 1876
654bFor Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton, 1841DallasArranged from Maria L. Cherubini (1760-1842)
655House of Our God, with Hymns of Gladness RingRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755, recast by Rev. John Ellerton, 1871New Year’s DayUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
656Now Thank We All Our GodNun danket alle GottRev. Martin Rinkart (1586-1649), Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Nun DanketJohann Crüger’s Praxis Pietatis Melica, 1648
657To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We RaiseWilliam C. Dix, 1864Golden SheavesSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
658O Throned, O Crowned with All RenownArchbishop Edward W. Benson, 1860: verse 4, lines 5-8, Rev. Benjamin H. Kennedy, 1863MorganIrvin J. Morgan, 1895
659Sing to the Lord of HarvestRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1866GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
660Come, Ye Thankful People, ComeRev. Henry Alford, 1844St. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1859
661Praise to God, Immortal PraiseMrs. Anna L. Barbauld, 1772NurembergAltered from Johann R. Ahle, 1664
662O God, Beneath Thy Guiding HandRev. Leonard Bacon, 1833 (text of 1845)WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
663O Lord of Hosts, Almighty KingOliver Wendell Holmes, 1861MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1824
664O God of Love, O King of PeaceRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
665My Country, ’Tis of TheeRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1832AmericaHarmonia Anglicana, 1744
666God Bless Our Native LandGott segne Sachsenland1st 5 lines Rev. Charles T. Brooks, circa 1833: the remainder, Rev. John S. Dwight, 1844DortLowell Mason, 1832
667God of Our Fathers, Whose Almighty HandRev. Daniel C. Roberts, 1876National HymnGeorge William Warren, 1892
668aTo Thee, Our God, We FlyBishop William W. How, 1871WitherspoonWilliam S. Waith, 1895
668bTo Thee, Our God, We FlyBishop William W. How, 1871WavertonRobert Jackson, 1876
669Great King of Nations, Hear Our PrayerRev. John H. Gurney, 1838MearWelsh Air, Aaron William’s Collection, 1763
670God the All-Terrible! King, Who OrdainestHenry F. Chorley, 1842: verse 2, line 3, alteredRussian HymnAlexis Lwoff, 1833
671Dread Jehovah, God of NationsAnonymous, 1804, altered by Rev. Edward Bickersteth, 1833StuttgartGotha Cantional, 1715
672O Lord, Be with Us When We CallRev. Edward A. Dayman, 1865DundeeArranged from Christopher Tye, 1553
673Eternal Father, Strong to SaveWilliam Whiting, 1860 (Text of 1869)MelitaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
674Star of Peace to Wanderers WearyMrs. Jane C. Simpson, 1830WaveArranged by William B. Bradbury, 1844
675O Lord of Hosts, Whose Glory FillsRev. John Mason Neale, 1844WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
676Thou, Whose Unmeasured Temple StandsWilliam Cullen Bryant, 1820St. AnneWilliam Croft, 1708
677aFounded on Thee, Our Only LordRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1894PentecostRev. William Boyd, 1868
677bFounded on Thee, Our Only LordRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1894WarringtonRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
678aO Holy Lord, Our GodJohn F. Young, 1843DortLowell Mason, 1832
678bO Holy Lord, Our GodJohn F. Young, 1843StobelOld German Melody
679O Risen Christ, Who from Thy ThroneRev. Louis F. Benson, 1894MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
680With the Sweet Word of PeaceGeorge Watson, 1867: altered in Church Hymns, 1871Verbum PacisGeorge Lomas, 1876
681God Be with You Till We Meet AgainRev. Jeremiah E. Rankin (1828-1904)God Be with YouWilliam G. Tomer (1832-1896)
682O Thou, Before Whose PresenceRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1889Jesu, Magister BoneRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
683Now Rest, Ye Pilgrim HostRossiter W. Raymond, 1879, 1893The Pilgrim HostWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
684Let Children Hear the Mighty DeedsRev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. Martin’sWilliam Tans’ur, 1735
685Lord, When in Simon’s House of YoreSarah E. Henshaw, 1878BeraJohn E. Gould, 1849
686O Perfect Love, All Human Thought TranscendingMiss Dorothy F. Blomfield, 1883: doxology (Rev. John Ellerton, 1875) addedPerfect LoveSir Joseph Barnby, 1889
687aThe Voice That Breathed O’er EdenRev. John Keble, 1857: verse 3, line 7, alteredWedding-DayEdward G. McCollin, 1895
687bThe Voice That Breathed O’er EdenRev. John Keble, 1857: verse 6, line 3, alteredSt. AlphegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
688O Christ, Who Didst Our Tasks FulfillRev. Louis F. Benson, 1894Log CollegeGeorge William Warren, 1895
689Here, Lord, We Offer Thee All That Is FairestRev. A. Gerald W. Blunt, 1879BlumenUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
690Great Giver of All GoodAsa Fitz, 1854, recast by Rev. Godfrey Thring, 1882SwabiaOld German Chorale, arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1847
691Jesus, Meek and GentleRev. George R. Prynne, 1856ErnsteinJ. Frederick Swift, 1879
692aNow the Day Is OverRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865ReposeAnonymous
692bNow the Day Is OverRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865MerrialSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
693Around the Throne of God in HeavenMrs. Anne H. Shepherd, circa 1835: verse 4, line 3, and refrain, alteredChildren’s PraisesArranged by Henry E. Matthews, 1841
694Thine Are All the Gifts, O GodJohn G. Whittier, 1878BruceAnonymous
695From Heaven Above to Earth I ComeVom Himmel hoch da komm ich herRev. Martin Luther, 1535, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855Cradle-SongHoratio W. Parker, 1895
696Once in Royal David’s CityMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1848IrbyHenry J. Gauntlett, 1849
697When, His Salvation BringingRev. John King, 1830ToursBerthold Tours, 1872
698aThere Is a Green Hill Far AwayMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1848HorsleyWilliam Horsley, 1844
698bThere Is a Green Hill Far AwayMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1848MeditationJohn H. Gower, 1890
699Hushed Was the Evening HymnRev. James D. Burns, 1857SamuelSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
700Brightly Gleams Our BannerRev. Thomas J. Potter, 1860: recast in Morrell and How’s Psalms and Hymns, 1867, and S.P.C.K. Psalms and Hymns, 1869St. TheresaSir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900)
701On Wings of Living LightBishop William W. How, 1872MansfieldSir Joseph Barnby, 1893
702Golden Harps Are SoundingMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1871HermasMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1871
703Standing at the PortalMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873The New YearArthur H. Mann, 1885
704aRejoice, Ye Pure in HeartRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1865MarionArthur H. Messiter, 1883
704bRejoice, Ye Pure in HeartRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1865Peterborough (Monk)William H. Monk, 1863
705How Shall the Young Secure Their Hearts?Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719SohoSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
706Savior, Teach Me, Day by DayMiss Jane E. Leeson, 1842LonsdaleRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey (1846-1910)
707I Love to Tell the StoryMiss Katherine Hankey, 1870: refrain addedI Love to Tell the StoryWilliam G. Fischer, 1869
708Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead UsAnonymous, circa 1836WallheadThomas Wallhead, 1879
709We Plow the Fields and ScatterWir pflügen und wir streuenMatthias Claudius, 1782, Translation by Miss Jane M. Campbell, 1861Wir PflügenJohann A. P. Schulz (1747-1800)
710aJesus, Merciful and MildThomas Hastings, 1858MessiahArranged from Louis J. F. Herold (1791-1833), by George Kingsley, 1838
710bJesus, Merciful and MildThomas Hastings, 1858New St. AndrewJohn Gill
711In the Morning I Will RaiseRev. William H. Furness, 1840FerrierRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
712Quiet, Lord, My Froward HeartRev. John Newton, 1779ReynoldstoneRev. Timothy R. Matthews (1826-1910)
713aDay by Day the Manna FellJosiah Conder, 1836Woodward’s LitanyWilliam W. Woodward, 1863
713bDay by Day the Manna FellJosiah Conder, 1836MercyArranged from Louis M. Gottschalk, 1867
714My God, I Thank Thee, Who Hast MadeMiss Adelaide A. Proctor, 1858WentworthFrederick C. Maker, 1876
715Another Day Begun!Rev. John Ellerton, 1871RhodesC. Warwick Jordan, 1875
716Tarry with Me, O My SaviorMrs. Caroline L. Smith, 1853, recast in Plymouth Collection, 1855, and Songs of the Church, 1862St. SylvesterRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
717Thou Knowest, Lord, the Weariness and SorrowMiss Jane Borthwick, 1859Central ChurchRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
718Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I GoRev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 2, line 4, alteredCanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
719Calm Me, My God, and Keep Me CalmRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857LyndhurstFrederick C. Maker, 1876
720I Love to Steal Awhile AwayMrs. Phoebe H. Brown, 1818, altered in Village Hymns, 1824WoodstockDeodatus Dutton, Jr., 1829
721aO Thou, from Whom All Goodness FlowsRev. Thomas Haweis, 1791 (Text of 1792)BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
721bO Thou, from Whom All Goodness FlowsRev. Thomas Haweis, 1791 (Text of 1792)MartyrdomHugh Wilson, circa 1825
722Jesus, My Strength, My HopeRev. Charles Wesley, 1742 (Text of 1780)ChalveyRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1868
723Father, I Know That All My LifeMiss Anna L. Waring, 1850CalvaryWilliam H. Squires, 1895
724Thou Art My Hiding Place, O LordRev. Thomas Raffles, 1833ChesterOratory Hymns, 1868