Hymnal Contents

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#TitleOriginal TitleAuthorTuneComposer
001aEvery Morning Mercies NewRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863: verse 1, lines 1, 2 alteredEvery MorningEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
001bEvery Morning Mercies NewRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863: verse 1, lines 1, 2 alteredDixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
002aNow, When the Dusky Shades of Night RetreatingAnonymous in Hedge and Huntington’s Hymns, etc., 1853DawnSir John Stainer, 1872
002bNow, When the Dusky Shades of Night RetreatingAnonymous in Hedge and Huntington’s Hymns, etc., 1853CroftonEdward, Lord Crofton, 1893
003aLord, in the Morning Thou Shalt HearPsalm 5, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719SouthwellHerbert S. Irons, 1861
003bLord, in the Morning Thou Shalt HearPsalm 5, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719WarwickSamuel Stanley, 1800
004Awake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken, 1692 (Text of 1709)Morning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1791
005O Splendor of God’s Glory BrightSplendor paternæ gloriæAmbrose of Milan (circa 340-397), Translation compiled by Rev. Louis F. Benson, 1910Winchester NewAltered from Musikalisches Handbuch, Hamburg, 1690
006New Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1822 (Text of 1827)MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
007As the Sun Doth Daily RiseMatutinus altioraAnonymous (Latin), Translation by “O.B.C.” Recast by Earl Nelson, 1864InnocentsThe Parish Choir, 1850
008In the Morning I Will RaiseRev. William H. Furness, 1840Palms of GloryArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875
009O God, Before Thy Sun’s Bright BeamsRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1836
010aCome, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz, published 1700, Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll, 1841: verse 5, alteredHaydnArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1791
010bCome, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz, published 1700, Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll, 1841: verse 5, alteredMatinsSir John Stainer, 1872
011aChrist, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley, 1740Lux PrimaCharles F. Gounod, 1872
011bChrist, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley, 1740RatisbonOld German Melody, arranged in Johann Gottlob Werner’s “Choralbuch,” 1815
012Round Me Falls the NightRev. William Romanis, 1878SeelenbräutigamAdam Drese, 1698
013aThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864The Radiant MornCharles F. Gounod, 1872
013bThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864SunsetSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
013cThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
014The Sun Is Sinking FastSol praeceps rapiturAnonymous, 1805 (Latin), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1858St. ColumbaHerbert S. Irons, 1861
015Now God Be with UsDie Nacht ist kommen drin wir ruhen sollenRev. Petrus Herbert, 1566, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1863HorebSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
016aThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806, Doxology addedThrough the DaySir Joseph Barnby, 1872
016bThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806, Doxology addedAlbertAltered from Heinrich Albert, 1643
017Sun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820 (Text of 1827)HursleyAltered from Katholisches Gesangbuch, Vienna, circa 1774
018aAll Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1688, 1695Tallis’s Evening HymnAltered from Thomas Tallis, 1560
018bAll Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1688, 1695QuebecHenry Baker, 1862
019O Light of Life, O Savior DearFrancis T. Palgrave, 1865AbendsSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874
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, when the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868: verse 1, line 1, alteredAngelusAltered from Georg Josephi, 1657, in Cantica Spiritualia, 1847
021bAt Even, when the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868: verse 1, line 1, alteredHolleyGeorge Hews, 1835
022The Day, O Lord, Is SpentRev. John Mason Neale, 1843 (Text of 1844)FergusonGeorge Kingsley, 1843
023Again, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1859AlsaceArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
024Abide with Me: Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847Eventide (Monk)William H. Monk, 1861
025This Night, O Lord, We Bless TheeRev. James D. Burns, 1856AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
026aThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870St. ClementRev. Clement C. Scholefield, 1874
026bThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870Eucharistic HymnRev. John S. B. Hodges, 1869
027Savior, Breathe an Evening BlessingJames Edmeston, 1820Evening PrayerGeorge C. Stebbins, 1878
028aAll Praise to Him Who Dwells in BlissRev. Charles Wesley, 1741St. SaviorFrederick G. Baker, 1876
028bAll Praise to Him Who Dwells in BlissRev. Charles Wesley, 1741BrownWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
029aThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853, 1862St. Anatolius (Brown)Arthur H. Brown, 1862
029bThe 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
030aNow from the Altar of My HeartRev. John Mason, 1683EvanArranged from Rev. William H. Havergal, 1846
030bNow from the Altar of My HeartRev. John Mason, 1683BelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
031The Shadows of the Evening HoursMiss Adelaide Anne Proctor, 1862: verse 4, line 7, alteredSt. Leonard (Hiles)Henry Hiles, 1867
032Softly Now the Light of DayBishop George W. Doane, 1824SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
033And Now the Sun’s Declining RaysLabente jam solis rotaCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Holy TrinitySir Joseph Barnby, 1861
034aOur Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1869, 1871SchumannMason and Webb’s Cantica Laudis, Boston, 1850
034bOur Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1869, 1871Garden CityHoratio W. Parker, 1890
035Day Is Dying In the WestMiss Mary A. Lathbury, 1877Evening PraiseWilliam F. Sherwin, 1877
036aMy Lord, My Love, Was CrucifiedRev. John Mason, 1683BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
036bMy Lord, My Love, Was CrucifiedRev. John Mason, 1683Eventide (Smart)Henry Smart, 1876
037aLight of Light, Enlighten MeLicht vom Licht, erleuchte michRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1714, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858MeinholdLüneburgisches Gesangbuch, 1686
037bLight of Light, Enlighten MeLicht vom Licht, erleuchte michRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1714, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858HinchmanUzziah C. Burnap, 1869
038aWelcome, Delightful Morn“Hayward,” in Dobell’s Selection, 1806HarewoodSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1839
038bWelcome, Delightful Morn“Hayward,” in Dobell’s Selection, 1806LischerArranged from Friedrich J. C. Schneider (1786-1853), by Lowell Mason, 1841
039aHail, Thou Bright and Sacred MornMrs. Julia Anne Elliott, 1833Voller WunderJohann G. Ebeling (1620-1676)
039bHail, Thou Bright and Sacred MornMrs. Julia Anne Elliott, 1833Every MorningEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
039cHail, Thou Bright and Sacred MornMrs. Julia Anne Elliott, 1833DixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
040Lord of the Sabbath, Hear Us PrayRev. Philip Doddridge, 1737, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1819, and othersGermanyWilliam Gardiner’s Sacred Melodies, 1815
041Sweet Is the Work, My God, My KingPsalm 92, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Grace ChurchArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1815
042Another Six Days’ Work Is DoneRev. Joseph Stennett, published 1732, altered in Ash and Evans’ Collection, 1760CanaArranged from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
043Hail! Sacred Day of Earthly RestRev. Godfrey Thring, 1863 (Text of 1871)WrefordRev. Edmund S. Carter, 1874
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, alteredTrenthamRobert Jackson, 1894
045This Is the Day of LightRev. John Ellerton, 1867DomenicaSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874
046aO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862RotterdamBerthold Tours, 1875
046bO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862MendebrasArranged from a German Melody by Lowell Mason, 1839
047aThis Is the Day the Lord Hath MadePsalm 118, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719MirfieldArthur Cottman, 1872
047bThis Is the Day the Lord Hath MadePsalm 118, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719ArlingtonArranged by Rev. Ralph R. Harrison, 1784, from Thomas A. Arne, 1762
048aFather, Again in Jesus’ Name We MeetLady Lucy E. G. Whitmore, 1824: verse 3, line 2, verse 4, line 4, alteredLongwoodSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
048bFather, Again in Jesus’ Name We MeetLady Lucy E. G. Whitmore, 1824: verse 3, line 2, verse 4, line 4, alteredEllersEdward J. Hopkins, 1869
048cFather, Again in Jesus’ Name We MeetLady Lucy E. G. Whitmore, 1824: verse 3, line 2, verse 4, line 4, alteredPax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
049aPleasant Are Thy Courts AbovePsalm 84, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834MaidstoneWalter B. Gilbert, 1862
049bPleasant Are Thy Courts AbovePsalm 84, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834St. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1850
050aTo Thy Temple I RepairJames Montgomery, 1812St. AustellArthur H. Brown, 1876
050bTo Thy Temple I RepairJames Montgomery, 1812HendonRev. H. A. César Malan, 1827
051Lord, When We Bend Before Thy ThroneRev. Joseph D. Carlyle, 1802DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1874
052Spirit Divine, Attend Our PrayersRev. Andrew Reed, 1829LambethWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
053O God of Hosts, the Mighty LordPsalm 84, Tate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698St. SaviorFrederick G. Baker, 1876
054Safely Through Another WeekRev. John Newton, 1774, each verse alteredSabbathLowell Mason, 1824
055Hosanna to the Living Lord!Bishop Reginald Heber, 1811 (Text of 1827)HosannaRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
056aOpen Now Thy Gates of BeautyThut mir auf die schöne PforteRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1732, Translation by Catherine Winkworth, 1863Unser HerrscherRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
056bOpen Now Thy Gates of BeautyThut mir auf die schöne PforteRev. Benjamin Schmolck, 1732, Translation by Catherine Winkworth, 1863Village VespersRev. T. Richard Matthews, 1883
057Upward Where the Stars Are BurningRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866BonarJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
058Come, Holy Spirit, Calm My MindAnonymous in Lock Chapel Collection, 1803, verse 3 added, 1833SaxbyRev. T. Richard Matthews, 1883
059Father of Heaven, Whose Love ProfoundRev. Edward Cooper, 1805RivaulxRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
060aJesus, Where’er Thy People MeetWilliam Cowper, 1769KebleRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
060bJesus, Where’er Thy People MeetWilliam Cowper, 1769HebronLowell Mason, 1830
061Come, Thou Almighty KingAnonymous, circa 1757TrinityFelice de Giardini, 1769
062aLord of the Worlds AbovePsalm 84, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719, verse 4 arrangedDarwall’s 148thRev. John Darwall, 1770
062bLord of the Worlds AbovePsalm 84, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719, verse 4 arrangedSt. GodricRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
063Lord, We Come Before Thee NowRev. William Hammond, 1745St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
064Forth from the Dark and Stormy SkyBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827St. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
065aYe Holy Angels BrightRev. Richard Baxter, 1681: recast by Rev. Richard R. Chope, 1857Laus DeoJohn H. Gower, 1895
065bYe Holy Angels BrightRev. Richard Baxter, 1681: recast by Rev. Richard R. Chope, 1857Darwall’s 148thRev. John Darwall, 1770
066What Shall I Render to My God?Psalm cxvi. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719DownsLowell Mason, 1832
067aGod of Mercy, God of GracePsalm 67, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834HallettJ. Hallett Sheppard (1835-1879)
067bGod of Mercy, God of GracePsalm 67, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834RatisbonOld German Melody, arranged in Johann Gottlob Werner’s “Choralbuch,” 1815
068aHow Charming Is the PlaceRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787LeightonHenry W. Greatorex, 1849
068bHow Charming Is the PlaceRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787MorningtonArranged from a Chant by the Earl of Mornington, 1760
069Lord, on Thy Returning DayRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Holy DayJohn H. Gower, 1895: alt.
070Lord of the Hearts of MenSupreme motor cordiumCharles Coffin, 1736. Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford, 1863GortonArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
071aStill with Thee, O My GodRev. James D. Burns, 1857DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
071bStill with Thee, O My GodRev. James D. Burns, 1857AberWilliam H. Monk, 1875
072aSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849St. MatthiasWilliam H. Monk, 1861
072bSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849StellaOld Melody, arranged in “Easy Hymn Tunes,” 1851
073Now May He Who from the DeadRev. John Newton, 1779SolitudeLewis T. Downes, 1851
074aSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866 (Text of 1868)EllersEdward J. Hopkins, 1869
074bSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866 (Text of 1868)Pax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
075aAnd Now the Wants Are Told That BroughtRev. William Bright, 1865ElmJ. Varley Roberts, 1889
075bAnd Now the Wants Are Told That BroughtRev. William Bright, 1865SerenityArranged from William V. Wallace, 1856
075cAnd Now the Wants Are Told That BroughtRev. William Bright, 1865DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1874
076Tarry with Me, O My SaviorMrs. Caroline L. Smith, 1853: recast in "Plymouth Coll.", 1855, and "Songs of the Church," 1862St. SylvesterRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
077May the Grace of Christ Our SaviorRev. John Newton, 1779SardisArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven, 1805
078The Lord Be with Us as We BendRev. John Ellerton, 1870 (Text of 1888)Eventide (Smart)Henry Smart, 1876
079Almighty God, Thy Word Is CastRev. John Cawood, 1816CoolingAlonzo J. Abbey, 1858
080aLord, 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 MarinersArranged from a Sicilian Melody
080bLord, 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)DismissalWilliam L. Viner, 1845
081Part in Peace: Is Day Before Us?Mrs. Sarah F. Adams, 1841BeatriceRev. William W. Coe, 1895
082Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!Bishop Reginald Heber, published 1826NicæaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
083Ancient of Days, Who Sittest Throned in GloryBishop William C. Doane, 1886Ancient of DaysJ. Albert Jeffery, 1886
084aGod Eternal, Lord of AllTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th century), Translation by Rev. James E. Millard, 1848Woodward’s LitanyWilliam W. Woodward, 1863
084bGod Eternal, Lord of AllTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th century), Translation by Rev. James E. Millard, 1848HortonArranged from Xavier Schnyder (1786-1868)
085aHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. AthanasiusEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
085bHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
085cHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of HostsBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862HallettJ. Hallett Sheppard (1835-1879)
086aO God, We Praise Thee; and ConfessTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th Century), Translation from Tate and Brady’s “Supplement,” circa 1700DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
086bO God, We Praise Thee; and ConfessTe Deum laudamusAnonymous (Latin, 5th Century), Translation from Tate and Brady’s “Supplement,” circa 1700St. Anne“Supplement to the New Version,” 1708: probably by William Croft
087aRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837MoultrieGerard F. Cobb (1838-1904)
087bRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
088aHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts! WhenJames Montgomery, 1832New St. AndrewJohn Gill
088bHoly, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts! WhenJames Montgomery, 1832BlumenthalArranged from Jacques Blumenthal, 1847
089aO God, the Rock of AgesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1860SchubertArranged from Schubert by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
089bO God, the Rock of AgesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1860AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
090aGod, the Lord, a King RemainethPsalm xciii. Rev. John Keble, 1839Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
090bGod, the Lord, a King RemainethPsalm xciii. Rev. John Keble, 1839CoronæWilliam H. Monk, 1871
091aAround the Throne of GodRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1823UnityR. Huntington Woodman, 1895: altered
091bAround the Throne of GodRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1823Darwall’s 148thRev. John Darwall, 1770
092aPraise the Lord: Ye Heavens Adore HimVerses 1, 2, Anonymous, circa 1801; verse 3, Edward Osler, 1836FabenJohn H. Willcox, 1849
092bPraise the Lord: Ye Heavens Adore HimVerses 1, 2, Anonymous, circa 1801; verse 3, Edward Osler, 1836Austrian HymnF. Joseph Haydn, 1797
092cPraise the Lord: Ye Heavens Adore HimVerses 1, 2, Anonymous, circa 1801; verse 3, Edward Osler, 1836St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
093The Spacious Firmament on HighJoseph Addison, 1712CreationArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1798
094The God of Abraham PraiseRev. Thomas Olivers, circa 1770LeoniArranged from a Jewish Melody
095With Songs and Honors Sounding LoudPsalm 147, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. Leonard (Smart)Henry Smart, 1867
096aGreat God, How Infinite Art Thou!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 1, line 2; verse 5, line 2, alteredWindsorMelody arr. from Christopher Tye, 1553, in "Booke of the Musicke of Wm. Damon," 1591
096bGreat God, How Infinite Art Thou!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 1, line 2; verse 5, line 2, alteredDundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
096cGreat God, How Infinite Art Thou!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 1, line 2; verse 5, line 2, alteredHermonLowell Mason, 1832
097aMy God, How Wonderful Thou ArtRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1848AzmonArranged from Carl G. Gläser, 1828, by Lowell Mason, 1839
097bMy God, How Wonderful Thou ArtRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1848WestminsterJames Turle, 1843
097cMy God, How Wonderful Thou ArtRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1848ManoahArranged in Henry W. Greatorex’s “Collection,” Boston, 1851
098Angel Voices, Ever SingingRev. Francis Pott, 1861Angel VoicesSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
099aO Worship the King All Glorious AbovePsalm civ. Sir Robert Grant, 1833Hanover“Supplement to the New Version,” 1708: probably by William Croft
099bO Worship the King All Glorious AbovePsalm civ. Sir Robert Grant, 1833LyonsArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
100All People That on Earth Do DwellPsalm 100, Rev. William Kethe, 1561The Old HundredthThe Genevan Psalter, 1551, altered
101Kingdoms and Thrones to God BelongPsalm lxviii. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Missionary ChantHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1832
102From All That Dwell Below the SkiesPsalm 117, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Duke StreetJohn Hatton, circa 1793
103With Glory Clad, with Strength ArrayedPsalm 93, Tate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
104aBefore Jehovah’s Awful ThronePsalm 100, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1705, 1719: verse 1, lines 1, 2, altered by Rev. John Wesley (1703-1791)Park StreetArranged from Frederick M. A. Venua, circa 1810
104bBefore Jehovah’s Awful ThronePsalm 100, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1705, 1719: verse 1, lines 1, 2, altered by Rev. John Wesley (1703-1791)The Old HundredthThe Genevan Psalter, 1551, altered
105Come, Sound His Praise AbroadPsalm 95, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
106aLord, Thou Hast Searched and Seen Me ThroughPsalm cxxxix. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719HumilitySamuel P. Tuckerman, 1848
106bLord, Thou Hast Searched and Seen Me ThroughPsalm cxxxix. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Intercession“Easy Music for Church Choirs,” 1853
107Let Us with a Gladsome MindPsalm cxxxvi. John Milton, 1624: alt.MonklandArranged by John B. Wilkes, 1861
108Songs of Praise the Angels SangJames Montgomery, 1819PosenArranged from Georg C. Strattner (1650-1705), by J. A. Freylinghausen, 1705
109Lord, My Weak Thought in Vain Would ClimbRev. Ray Palmer, 1858CanonburyArranged from Robert A. Schumann, 1839
110Give to Our God Immortal PraisePsalm cxxxvi. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719WarringtonRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
111The Lord Is King! Lift Up Thy VoiceJosiah Conder, 1824Church TriumphantJames W. Elliott, 1874
112God, My King, Thy Might ConfessingPsalm 145, Bishop Richard Mant, 1824StuttgartArranged from "Psalmodia Sacra," Gotha, 1715
113O Thou, in All Thy Might So FarRev. Frederick L. Hosmer, 1856SerenityArranged from William V. Wallace, 1856
114Lo! God Is Here: Let Us AdoreGott ist gegenwärtigGerhard Tersteegen, 1729, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739, altered and arrangedPenitence“St. Alban’s Tune Book,” 1875
115Joyful, Joyful, We Adore TheeRev. Henry Van Dyke, 1907The Hymn to JoyArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven, 1824
116Through All the Changing Scenes of LifePsalm 34, Tate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698DownsLowell Mason, 1832
117Our God, Our Help in Ages PastPsalm xc. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. Anne“Supplement to the New Version,” 1708: probably by William Croft
118O God, My Strength and FortitudePsalm xviii. Thomas Sternhold, publ. 1561St. MagnusJeremiah Clarke, 1709
119O Love of God, How Strong and True!Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1861BrookfieldThomas B. Southgate, 1855
120Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion WaitsPsalm 65, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834: verse 1, line 1, alteredMigdolLowell Mason, 1840
121High in the Heavens, Eternal GodPsalm 36, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719WareGeorge Kingsley, 1838
122A 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
123aLord, with Glowing Heart I’d Praise TheeFrancis Scott Key, 1817SanctuaryRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
123bLord, with Glowing Heart I’d Praise TheeFrancis Scott Key, 1817FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
124Thou, Lord, Art Love; and EverywhereRev. James D. Burns, 1858St. Leonard (Jackson)Robert Jackson (1842-1914)
125aFor the Beauty of the EarthFolliott S. Pierpont, 1864: each verse slightly alt.St. HughArthur St. G. Patton, 1880
125bFor the Beauty of the EarthFolliott S. Pierpont, 1864: each verse slightly alt.DixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
126Begin, My Tongue, Some Heavenly ThemeRev. Isaac Watts, 1707ManoahArranged in Henry W. Greatorex’s “Collection,” Boston, 1851
127Lord of All Being, Throned AfarOliver Wendell Holmes, 1848Sun of My SoulRev. H. Percy Smith, 1874
128aI Look to Thee in Every NeedRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864PalmyraJoseph Summers, 1863
128bI Look to Thee in Every NeedRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864HastingsThomas Hastings, 1831
129aMy God, How Endless Is Thy Love!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709LouvanVirgil C. Taylor, 1847
129bMy God, How Endless Is Thy Love!Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709CanonburyArranged from Robert A. Schumann, 1839
130O Bless the Lord, My SoulPsalm ciii. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. MichaelAbridged from Genevan Psalter, 1543
131Come, We That Love the LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 2, line 3, alteredSt. Thomas (Williams)Aaron Williams, 1763
132Stand Up, and Bless the LordJames Montgomery, 1824 (Text of 1825)LabanLowell Mason, 1830
133Fill Thou My Life, O Lord My GodRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866LambethWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
134aPraise, My Soul, the King of HeavenPsalm 103, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Praise, My SoulSir John Goss, 1869
134bPraise, My Soul, the King of HeavenPsalm 103, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
135aGod Is Love; His Mercy BrightensSir John Bowring, 1825LucerneT. A. Willis, 1876
135bGod Is Love; His Mercy BrightensSir John Bowring, 1825WilmotArranged from Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826)
136aWhile Thee I Seek, Protecting PowerMiss Helen M. Williams, 1786BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
136bWhile Thee I Seek, Protecting PowerMiss Helen M. Williams, 1786Brattle StreetArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel (1757-1831)
137When All Thy Mercies, O My GodJoseph Addison, 1712St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1836
138aLord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-PlaceThomas H. Gill, 1864The Golden ChainSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
138bLord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-PlaceThomas H. Gill, 1864Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s “Geistliche Lieder,” Wittenberg, 1535
139aThe Lord Is Rich and MercifulRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1850RiponWilliam Gawler's “Hymns and Psalms,” 1789
139bThe Lord Is Rich and MercifulRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1850St. Leonard (Hiles)Henry Hiles, 1867
140aAt the Name of JesusMiss Caroline M Noel, 1870: verse 3, line 4, alteredSt. CephasRev. Howard A. Crosbie, 1875
140bAt the Name of JesusMiss Caroline M Noel, 1870: verse 3, line 4, alteredMorleyThomas Morley, 1867
141Mighty God, While Angels Bless TheeRev. Robert Robinson, 1774: verse 1, line 2, alteredAlleluia (Lowe)Albert Lowe, 1868
142The Head That Once Was Crowned with ThornsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1820St. MagnusJeremiah Clarke, 1709
143Rejoice, the Lord Is KingRev. Charles Wesley, 1746: verse 1, line 3, alteredArthur’s SeatArranged from Sir John Goss (1800-1880), by Uzziah C. Burnap, 1874
144O Jesus, King Most WonderfulJesu dulcis memoriaAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849BelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
145aSavior, When Night Involves the SkiesRev. Thomas Gisborne, 1803: verse 2, line 1, alteredAlsaceArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
145bSavior, When Night Involves the SkiesRev. Thomas Gisborne, 1803: verse 2, line 1, alteredSwedenHenry Hiles, 1868
146When Morning Gilds the SkiesBeim frühen MorgenlichtAnonymous (German, circa 1800), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1853, 1858Laudes DominiSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
147O for a Thousand Tongues to SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1738: verse 4, line 1, alteredNativityHenry Lahee, 1855
148To Our Redeemer’s Glorious NameMiss Anne Steele, 1760St. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
149Come, Let Us Join Our Cheerful SongsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707DedhamWilliam Gardiner, 1812
150aAlleluia! Sing to Jesus!William C. Dix, 1866Alleluia (Wesley)Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1868
150bAlleluia! Sing to Jesus!William C. Dix, 1866Lux EoiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
151aHail, Thou Once Despised JesusRev. John Bakewell, 1757, enlarged by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760: altered by Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776St. HildaSir Joseph Barnby, 1861
151bHail, Thou Once Despised JesusRev. John Bakewell, 1757, enlarged by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760: altered by Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776NettletonRev. Asahel Nettleton, 1825
152aSavior, Blessed SaviorRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862 (Text of 1882)ErlingG. Edward Stubbs, 1889
152bSavior, Blessed SaviorRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862 (Text of 1882)PapworthEdward J. Hopkins, 1870
153Crown His Head with Endless BlessingPsalm cxviii. Rev. William Goode, 1811WilmotArranged from Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826)
154Awake, and Sing the SongRev. William Hammond, 1745: altered by Rev. George Whitefield, 1753, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1760MorningtonArranged from a Chant by the Earl of Mornington, 1760
155Ye Servants of God, Your Master ProclaimRev. Charles Wesley, 1744: verse 3, line 3, alteredLyonsArranged from J. Michael Haydn (1737-1806)
156Fairest Lord JesusSchönster Herr JesuAnonymous (German, 17th century), Translation anonymous, 1850Schönster Herr JesuSilesian folksong: in "Schleischen Volkslieder," Leipzig, 1842
157aAll Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name!Rev. Edward Perronet, 1779-80: Verse 1, line 4, altered, verse 6 recast, verse 7 added by Rev. John Rippon, 1787CoronationOliver Holden, 1793
157bAll Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name!Rev. Edward Perronet, 1779-80: Verse 1, line 4, altered, verse 6 recast, verse 7 added by Rev. John Rippon, 1787Miles LaneWilliam Shrubsole, 1779
158aJesus, Thy Name I LoveRev. James G. Deck, 1842: each verse, alteredStobelJ. D. Müller's “Choral Buch,” 1754, Arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1860
158bJesus, Thy Name I LoveRev. James G. Deck, 1842: each verse, alteredBraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
159aO Could I Speak the Matchless WorthRev. Samuel Medley, 1789ArielWolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791), by Lowell Mason, 1836
159bO Could I Speak the Matchless WorthRev. Samuel Medley, 1789BremenThomas Hastings, 1836
160aShepherd of Tender YouthAscribed to Clement of Alexandria (?-circa 220), Translation by Rev. Henry M. Dexter, 1846BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
160bShepherd of Tender YouthAscribed to Clement of Alexandria (?-circa 220), Translation by Rev. Henry M Dexter, 1846StobelJ. D. Müller's “Choral Buch,” 1754, Arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1860
161aO Savior, Precious SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1870ZoanRev. William H. Havergal, 1845
161bO Savior, Precious SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1870Jesu DilectissimeRobert H. McCartney (1844-1895)
162Crown Him with Many CrownsMatthew Bridges, 1851DiademataSir George J. Elvey, 1868
163aO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordRex Christe, factor omniumGregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Grace ChurchArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1815
163bO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordRex Christe, factor omniumGregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858GermanyWilliam Gardiner’s “Sacred Melodies,” 1815
164aChrist, Above All Glory SeatedAeterne Rex altissimeAnonymous (Latin, 6th or 7th century), Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford, 1852St. OswaldRev. John B. Dykes, 1857
164bChrist, Above All Glory SeatedAeterne Rex altissimeAnonymous (Latin, 6th or 7th century), Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford, 1852TrustArranged from Felix Mendelssohn, 1840
165’Tis for Conquering Kings to GainAnonymous, Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Innocents“The Parish Choir,” 1850
166aHark! Ten Thousand Harps and VoicesRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806Kensington NewJames Tilleard, 1866
166bHark! Ten Thousand Harps and VoicesRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806HarwellLowell Mason, 1840
167Who Is This That Comes from Edom?Rev. Thomas Kelly, 1809EdomAlbert L. Peace, 1885
168Look, Ye Saints; the Sight Is GloriousRev. Thomas Kelly, 1809CoronæWilliam H. Monk, 1871
169Draw Nigh, Draw Nigh, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelAncient Antiphons (Latin), versified in 18th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: altered in "The Hymnary," 1871Veni Emmanuel (Gounod)Charles F. Gounod, 1872
170aHark, the Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735St. SaviorFrederick G. Baker, 1876
170bHark, the Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735ChristmasArranged from George F. Handel, 1728
171Come, Thou Long-Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744StuttgartArranged from "Psalmodia Sacra," Gotha, 1715
172Hark! What Mean Those Holy VoicesRev. John Cawood, 1819Angel ChoirJohn H. Gower, 1895
173O Come, All Ye FaithfulAdeste fidelusAnonymous (Latin, 18th century), Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1841, verse 1, lines 1, 2, alteredAdeste FidelesUnknown: probably 18th century
174Hark! The Herald Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1739; altered by George Whitefield, 1753, Rev. Martin Madan, 1760, hymns added to the "New Version," circa 1782. John Kempthorne, 1810MendelssohnArranged from Mendelssohn, 1840, by William H. Cummings, 1850
175aSing, O Sing, This Blessed MornBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Laudes ChristiRev. R. Riach Thom, 1893
175bSing, O Sing, This Blessed MornBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Voller WunderJohann G. Ebeling (1620-1676)
176aAngels, from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1816: doxology addedWildersmouthEdward J. Hopkins, 1879
176bAngels, from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1816: doxology addedRegent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
177It Came Upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1850CarolRichard S. Willis, 1850
178Calm on the Listening Ear of NightRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1834 (Text of 1875)BethlehemGottfried W. Fink, 1842
179Christians, Awake! Salute the Happy MornArranged from John Byrom, 1750, verse 4, line 1, verse 5, line 6, alteredStockportJohn Wainwright, 1760
180aJoy to the World! The Lord Is ComePsalm xcviii. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719AntiochLowell Mason, 1836: based on George F. Handel, 1742
180bJoy to the World! The Lord Is ComePsalm xcviii. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719NativityHenry Lahee, 1855
181O Little Town of BethlehemBishop Phillips Brooks, 1868St. LouisLewis H. Redner, 1868
182A Thousand Years Have Come and GoneRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1868EphratahUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
183Blessed Night, When First That PlainRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857St. EanswythJoseph W. Sidebotham, 1881
184aWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1702St. MagnusJeremiah Clarke, 1709
184bWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1702ShackelfordFrederick H. Cheeswright, circa 1889
185aThe Race That Long in Darkness PinedRev. John Morison, 1781: in Scottish "Translations and Paraphrases"St. Leonard (Smart)Henry Smart, 1867
185bThe Race That Long in Darkness PinedRev. John Morison, 1781: in Scottish "Translations and Paraphrases"St. MagnusJeremiah Clarke, 1709
186All My Heart This Night RejoicesFröhlich soll mein Herze springenRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Nativity NewFrederick C. Maker, 1881
187aAll Praise to Thee, Eternal LordGelobet seist du, Jesu ChristRev. Martin Luther, 1524, Translation Anonymous in "Sabbath Hymn Book," 1858CanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
187bAll Praise to Thee, Eternal LordGelobet seist du, Jesu ChristRev. Martin Luther, 1524, Translation Anonymous in "Sabbath Hymn Book," 1858WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
188Shout the Glad Tidings, Exultingly SingRev. William A. Mühlenberg, 1826AvisonArranged from Charles Avison (circa 1710-1770)
189As with Gladness Men of OldWilliam C. Dix, 1861DixArranged from Conrad Kocher, 1838
190aBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811St. NinianRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
190bBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811EpiphanyEdward J. Hopkins, 1868
190cBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811BlumenUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
191aFrom the Eastern MountainsRev. Godfrey Thring, 1873RosmoreHenry G. Trembath, 1893
191bFrom the Eastern MountainsRev. Godfrey Thring, 1873St. AlbanArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1774 by Rev. John B. Dykes, 1868
192aForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856: altered by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861HeinleinM. H. in "Nürnbergisches Gesangbuch," 1677: altered
192bForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856: altered by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861SolitudeLewis T. Downes, 1851
193Thou Didst Leave Thy ThroneMiss Emily E. S. Elliott, 1864: slightly alteredMargaretRev. T. Richard Matthews, 1876
194aYe Fair Green Hills of GalileeRev. Eustace R. Conder, 1887Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
194bYe Fair Green Hills of GalileeRev. Eustace R. Conder, 1887St. MatthiasWilliam H. Monk, 1861
194cYe Fair Green Hills of GalileeRev. Eustace R. Conder, 1887StellaOld Melody: arr. in “Easy Hymn Tunes,” 1851
195Dear Lord and Father of MankindJohn G. Whittier, 1872Rest (Maker)Frederick C. Maker, 1887
196O Master, Let Me Walk with TheeRev. Washington Gladden, 1879SaxbyRev. T. Richard Matthews, 1883
197My Dear Redeemer and My LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Federal StreetHenry K. Oliver, 1832
198Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of OldRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1864BeaufortA. A. Wild, 1894
199O Where Is He That Trod the Sea?Rev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855AnagolaThomas H. H. Crossley, 1876
200On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s CryJordanis oras praeviaCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Winchester NewAltered from “Musikalisches Handbuch,” Hamburg, 1690
201Teach Me, O Lord, Thy Holy WayRev. William T. Matson, 1866Penitence“St. Alban’s Tune Book,” 1875
202aBehold, the Master Passeth By!Bishop W. Walsham How (verses 4, 5, altered from Bishop Ken, publ. 1721) 1871GermanyWilliam Gardiner’s “Sacred Melodies,” 1815
202bBehold, the Master Passeth By!Bishop W. Walsham How (verses 4, 5, altered from Bishop Ken, publ. 1721) 1871Grace ChurchArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1815
203What Grace, O Lord, and Beauty ShoneSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1839SiloamIsaac B. Woodbury, 1842
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. Benjamin Webb, 1854 (Text of 1872)OmbersleyWilliam H. Gladstone, 1872
208O Who Like Thee So Calm, So BrightBishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1840 (with later revisions)MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1792
209Thou Say’st, “Take up Thy Cross”Francis T. Palgrave, 1865MarshallRev. G. Jarvis Geer, 1870
210Fierce Was the Wild BillowAscribed to Anatolius (Greek; date unknown), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862St. HelenaAlfred Reginald Allen, 1911
211Thou Art the Way: to Thee AloneBishop George W. Doane, 1824ArlingtonArranged by Rev. Ralph R. Harrison, 1784, from Thomas A. Arne, 1762
212A Voice by Jordan’s ShoreRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
213Fierce Raged the Tempest O’er the DeepRev. Godfrey Thring, 1861St. ÆlredRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
214aLord Jesus, on the Holy MountRev. John Anketell, 1889ValentiaArranged from T. Max Eberwein (1775-1831), by George Kingsley, 1853
214bLord Jesus, on the Holy MountRev. John Anketell, 1889TransfigurationMelody by Rev. John Anketell, 1895, harmonization by Charles Steggall
215aO How Shall I Receive Thee?Wie soll ich dich empfangen?Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1653. Verses 1, 2, 4, Translation by Rev. Arthur T. Russell, 1851: verse 3, by John C. Jacobi, 1722, alteredBarnbySir Joseph Barnby, 1883
215bO How Shall I Receive Thee?Wie soll ich dich empfangen?Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1653. Verses 1, 2, 4, Translation by Rev. Arthur T. Russell, 1851: verse 3, by John C. Jacobi, 1722, alteredHodnetArranged from Sigismund Thalberg (1812-1871)
216All 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 Modern"St. TheodulphMelchior Teschner, 1615
217aRide On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827: verse 1, line 3, alteredSt. DrostaneRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
217bRide On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827: verse 1, line 3, alteredWinchester NewAltered from “Musikalisches Handbuch,” Hamburg, 1690
218Go to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1820 (text of 1853)Ajalon (Redhead No. 76)Richard Redhead, 1853
219Throned Upon the Awful TreeRev. John Ellerton, 1875Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
220aO Sacred Head, Now WoundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation (into German) by Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656. Trans. (from the German) by Rev. James W. Alexander, 1830Passion ChoraleHans Leo Hassler, 1601, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1729
220bO Sacred Head, Now WoundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation (into German) by Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656. Trans. (from the German) by Rev. James W. Alexander, 1830GerhardtJoseph P. Holbrook, 1862
221Alas! And Did My Savior BleedRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 1, line 4; verse 3, line 3, alteredMartyrdomHugh Wilson, circa 1825
222O Thou, the Eternal Son of GodWilliam C. Dix, 1864HorsleyWilliam Horsley, 1844
223There Is a Green Hill Far AwayMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1848MeditationJohn H. Gower, 1890
224’Tis Midnight; and on Olive’s BrowWilliam B. Tappan, 1822Olive’s BrowWilliam B. Bradbury, 1853
225When I Survey the Wondrous CrossRev. Isaac Watts, 1707 (Text of 1709)HamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
226aSweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. Walter Shirley, 1770 (based on Rev. James Allen, 1757): verse 3, line 4, altered: verse 5 added in Cooke and Denton’s “Hymnal,” 1853DorrnanceIsaac B. Woodbury, 1848
226bSweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. Walter Shirley, 1770 (based on Rev. James Allen, 1757): verse 3, line 4, altered: verse 5 added in Cooke and Denton's "Hymnal," 1853Cross of JesusSir John Stainer, 1887
227Jesus, in Thy Dying WoesRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1870The Seven WordsSt. Alban’s Tune Book, 1875
228aO Perfect Life of Love!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1875AberWilliam H. Monk, 1875
228bO Perfect Life of Love!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1875SchumannMason and Webb’s “Cantica Laudis,” Boston, 1850
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
230Near the Cross Her Vigil KeepingAnonymous (Latin, 13th century; ascribed to Jacopone da Todi), Translation compiled by Rev. Louis F. Benson, 1910Stabat MaterRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
231aHark! The Voice of Love and MercyRev. Jonathan Evans, 1784Redhead No. 1Richard Redhead, 1870
231bHark! The Voice of Love and MercyRev. Jonathan Evans, 1784ZionThomas Hastings, 1830
232In the Cross of Christ I GlorySir John Bowring, 1825RathbunIthamar Conkey, 1851
233aO Savior, Where Shall Guilty Man?Mrs. Caroline E. May, 1858: verse 2, line 3, alteredNewcastleHenry L. Morley, 1875
233bO Savior, Where Shall Guilty Man?Mrs. Caroline E. May, 1858: verse 2, line 3, alteredRest (Maker)Frederick C. Maker, 1887
234aThe Day of ResurrectionJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 1, line 1, alteredLancashireHenry Smart, 1836
234bThe Day of ResurrectionJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 1, line 1, alteredRotterdamBerthold Tours, 1875
235aCome, Ye Faithful, Raise the StrainJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859St. KevinSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
235bCome, Ye Faithful, Raise the StrainJohn of Damascus, 8th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859Chestnut HillRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
236aTo Thee and to Thy Christ, O GodMrs. Anne R. Cousin, 1876Filius DeiAlfred R. Gaul, circa 1859
236bTo Thee and to Thy Christ, O GodMrs. Anne R. Cousin, 1876Ellacombe“Gesang Buch der Herzogl. Wirtembergischen Katholischen Hofkapelle,” 1784
237Angels, Roll the Rock AwayRev. Thomas Scott, 1769. The refrain added.ArimatheaCharles F. Roper (1843-?)
238aAlleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to HeavenBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Lux EoiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
238bAlleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to HeavenBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862SanctuaryRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
239a“Welcome, Happy Morning!” Age to Age Shall SaySalve, festa diesVenantius H. C. Fortunatus (circa 530-609), Arranged and translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1868: the refrain arrangedSt. AlbanArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1774 by Rev. John B. Dykes, 1868
239b“Welcome, Happy Morning!” Age to Age Shall SaySalve, festa diesVenantius H. C. Fortunatus (circa 530-609), Arranged and translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1868: the refrain arrangedRosmoreHenry G. Trembath, 1893
240How Calm and Beautiful the MornThomas Hastings, 1831HastingsThomas Hastings, 1831
241Lift Up, Lift Up Your Voices NowCento, based on Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
242Jesus Lives! Thy Terrors NowJesus lebt, mit ihm auch ichChristian F. Gellert, 1757, Translation by Frances E. Cox, 1841: altered and arrangedSt. AlbinusHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
243Christ the Lord Is Risen AgainChristus ist erstandenRev. Michael Weisse, 1531, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858: verse 1, line 3 alteredWirtemburg“Hundert 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
245aChrist the Lord Is Risen TodayRev. Charles Wesley, 1739: verse 3, line 3, alteredUniversity CollegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
245bChrist the Lord Is Risen TodayRev. Charles Wesley, 1739: verse 3, line 3, alteredClarionEdward F. Rimbault, 1866
246The Strife Is O’er, the Battle WonFinita jam sunt praeliaAnonymous (Latin), Translation by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861PalestrinaArranged from Giovanni P. da Palestrina, 1591
247I Say to All Men, Far and NearGeorg F. P. von Hardenberg, 1802, Translation by Catherine Winkworth, 1858Holy CrossArranged by Samuel Smith (1821-1917) from Thomas Hastings, 1831
248The Golden Gates Are Lifted UpMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852 (Text of 1858)MirfieldArthur Cottman, 1872
249aSee, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
249bSee, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Daily, DailyHenri F. Hemy, 1865
250aHail 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
250bHail the Day That Sees Him RiseRev. Charles Wesley, 1739: verse 1, line 2, verse 2, line 1, verse 6, line 1, alteredWirtemburg“Hundert Geistliche Arien,” Dresden, 1694
251He Is Gone: a Cloud of LightRev. Arthur P. Stanley, circa 1859 (Text of 1870)St. PatrickSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
252Thou Art Gone Up on HighMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1851ChalveyRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1868
253aWhere High the Heavenly Temple StandsMichael Bruce, published 1781: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, lines 1, 3, 4, altered in Scottish “Translations and Paraphrases”BrookfieldThomas B. Southgate, 1855
253bWhere High the Heavenly Temple StandsMichael Bruce, published 1781: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, lines 1, 3, 4, altered in Scottish “Translations and Paraphrases”HebronLowell Mason, 1830
254O Jesus, Lord Most MercifulRev. James Hamilton, 1867Lux MundiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
255aO Thou, the Contrite Sinner’s FriendMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1835: verse 5, line 2, alteredElmhurstEdwin Drewett, 1887
255bO Thou, the Contrite Sinner’s FriendMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1835: verse 5, line 2, alteredFlemmingArranged from Friedrich F. Flemming, 1810
256aLight of the Lonely Pilgrim’s HeartSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1842EagleyJames Walch, 1860
256bLight of the Lonely Pilgrim’s HeartSir Edward Denny, Bart., 1842EckhardtsheimHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1833
257aCome, Lord, and Tarry NotRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846SiennaJohn H. Deane, 1869
257bCome, Lord, and Tarry NotRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846LyteJohn B. Wilkes, 1861
258aRejoice, All Ye BelieversErmuntert euch, ihr FrommenLaurentius Laurenti, 1700, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1854LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
258bRejoice, All Ye BelieversErmuntert euch, ihr FrommenLaurentius Laurenti, 1700, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1854GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn in B. Jacob’s “National Psalmody,” 1819
259Lift Up Your Heads, RejoiceRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1856The Blessed HomeSir John Stainer, 1875
260Thou Art Coming, O My SaviorMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873BeverleyWilliam H. Monk, 1875
261aTen Thousand Times Ten ThousandRev. Henry Alford, 1867AlfordRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
261bTen Thousand Times Ten ThousandRev. Henry Alford, 1867PatmosHenry J. Storer, 1891
262Wake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf! Ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1599, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858, 1863Wachet AufRev. Philip Nicolai, 1599
263The King Shall Come When Morning DawnsRev. John Brownlie, 1907: based on the GreekSt. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
264aJesus Came, the Heavens AdoringRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864Praise, My SoulSir John Goss, 1869
264bJesus Came, the Heavens AdoringRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864Corinth“Essay on the Church Plain Chant,” 1782
265aLo! He Comes, with Clouds DescendingVerses 1,2,5, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758; verses 3,4, Rev. John Cennick, 1752: arranged and altered by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760.HolywoodJ. F. Wade’s “Cantus Diversi,” 1751
265bLo! He Comes, with Clouds DescendingVerses 1,2,5, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758; verses 3,4, Rev. John Cennick, 1752: arranged and altered by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760.Redhead No. 1Richard Redhead, 1870
265cLo! He Comes, with Clouds DescendingVerses 1,2,5, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758; verses 3,4, Rev. John Cennick, 1752: arranged and altered by Rev. Martin Madan, 1760.ZionThomas Hastings, 1830
266Great God, What Do I See and Hear!Verse 1, Anon. 1802; verses 2, 3, 4, Rev. William B. Collyer, 1812: alt. by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1820Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s “Geistliche Lieder,” Wittenberg, 1535
267Behold, the Bridegroom Cometh in the Middle of the NightMidnight Office of the Greek Church, Translation by Rev. Gerard Moultrie, 1864BridegroomSir George A. Macfarren, 1874
268Day of Wrath! O Day of Mourning!Thomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Rev. William J. Irons, 1848: verse 1, line 2, verse 19, alteredDies IraeRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
269O God, Mine Inmost Soul ConvertRev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 1, lines 5, 6, alteredMeribahLowell Mason, 1839
270O Quickly Come, Dread Judge of AllRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1854MelitaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
271That Day of Wrath, That Dreadful DayDies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., 1805St. CrossRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
272Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls InspireVeni, Creator SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 10th century), Translation by Bishop John Cosin, 1627Veni Creator (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1875
273aSpirit of God, Descend Upon My HeartRev. George Croly, 1854MorecambeFrederick C. Atkinson, circa 1870
273bSpirit of God, Descend Upon My HeartRev. George Croly, 1854EllersEdward J. Hopkins, 1869
274Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Richard F. Littledale, 1867, and Rev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1868: arranged in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1875Hervey’s LitanyRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey, 1875
275To Thee, O Comforter DivineMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1872St. BotolfJohn H. Gower, 1890
276Our Blest Redeemer, Ere He BreathedMiss Harriet Auber, 1829St. CuthbertRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
277Gracious Spirit, Holy GhostBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862CharitySir John Stainer, 1868
278aCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 4, line 1, alteredSt. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
278bCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 4, line 1, alteredSt. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
279aCome to Our Poor Nature’s NightGeorge Rawson, 1853, 1876CapetownFriedrich Filitz, 1847
279bCome to Our Poor Nature’s NightGeorge Rawson, 1853, 1876IreneRev. Clement C. Scholefield, 1874
280Holy Spirit, Truth DivineRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864BeethovenArranged from Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
281aCome, Holy Ghost, in LoveVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 12th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
281bCome, Holy Ghost, in LoveVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 12th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Olivet (Mason)Lowell Mason, 1832
282Gracious Spirit, Dove DivineJohn Stocker, 1777MercyArranged from Louis M. Gottschalk, 1867
283Come, O Creator Spirit BlestVeni, Creator SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 10th century), Translation compiled by Rev. Louis F. Benson, 1910Mater MisericordiæArranged from Sir Alfred S. Scott-Gatty, 1899; by Alfred R. Allen, 1910
284aHoly Spirit, Lord of LightVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 12th century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1848St. PhilipWilliam H. Monk, 1861
284bHoly Spirit, Lord of LightVeni, Sancte SpiritusAnonymous (Latin, 12th century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1848Melford“M.B.F.,” 1886
285O Grant Us Light, That We May KnowRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1864QuebecHenry Baker, 1862
286Come, Dearest Lord, Descend and DwellRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Federal StreetHenry K. Oliver, 1832
287Come, Gracious Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Simon Browne, 1720, altered in Ash and Evans’ “Collection,” 1769, and elsewhereHolleyGeorge Hews, 1835
288O Thou That Hearest PrayerJohn Burton, Jr., 1824: verse 4, lines 3, 6, alteredWavertonRobert Jackson, 1876
289aO Word of God IncarnateBishop William W. How, 1867Munich“Neu-vermehrtes Meiningisches Gesangbuch,” 1693
289bO Word of God IncarnateBishop William W. How, 1867BernoArthur H. Mann, 1895
290How Precious Is the Book DivineRev. John Fawcett, 1782SabbataHenri F. Hemy, 1865
291Lamp of Our Feet, Whereby We TraceBernard Barton, 1836Nox PræcessitJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1875
292Break Thou the Bread of LifeMiss Mary A. Lathbury, 1877Bread of LifeWilliam F. Sherwin, 1877
293Father of Mercies, in Thy WordMiss Anne Steele, 1760BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
294The Heavens Declare Thy Glory, LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1719, Psalm 19UxbridgeLowell Mason, 1830
295Christ in His Word Draws NearRev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1855Kirby BedonEdward Bunnett, 1887
296God, in the Gospel of His SonVerses 1, 2, Rev. Benjamin Beddome, 1787, altered; verses 3, 4, 5, Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1819Rockingham NewLowell Mason, 1830
297Lord, Thy Word AbidethRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861St. CyprianRev. Richard R. Chope, 1862
298The Spirit Breathes Upon the WordWilliam Cowper, 1779OrtonvilleThomas Hastings, 1837
299City of God, How Broad and FarRev. Samuel Johnson, 1864Nox PræcessitJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1875
300aI Love Thy Kingdom, LordPsalm 137, Rev. Timothy Dwight, 1800VeniSir John Stainer, 1890
300bI Love Thy Kingdom, LordPsalm 137, Rev. Timothy Dwight, 1800ShirlandSamuel Stanley, 1805
301Glorious Things of Thee Are SpokenRev. John Newton, 1779Austrian HymnF. Joseph Haydn, 1797
302aChrist 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
302bChrist Is Made the Sure FoundationAngularis fundamentumAnonymous (Latin, 7th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: altered in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1861Corinth“Essay on the Church Plain Chant,” 1782
303aThrough the Night of Doubt and SorrowIgjennem Nat og TrængselBernhardt S. Ingemann, 1825, Translation by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1867, 1875St. AsaphWilliam S. Bambridge, 1872
303bThrough the Night of Doubt and SorrowIgjennem Nat og TrængselBernhardt S. Ingemann, 1825, Translation by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1867, 1875Lux EoiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
303cThrough the Night of Doubt and SorrowIgjennem Nat og TrængselBernhardt S. Ingemann, 1825, Translation by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1867, 1875AutumnArranged from Psalm xlii in the Genevan Psalter, 1551
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 in B. Jacob’s “National Psalmody,” 1819
305aJesus, with Thy Church AbideRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1871: altered in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1875Litany of the Last ThingsWilliam H. Monk, 1875
305bJesus, with Thy Church AbideRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1871: altered in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1875Hervey’s LitanyRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey, 1875
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
307Rise, Crowned with Light, Imperial Salem, Rise!Arranged from Alexander Pope’s Messiah, 1712: verse 3, line 4; verse 4, line 4, alteredRussian HymnAlexis Lwoff, 1833
308aO ’Twas a Joyful Sound to HearPsalm 122, Tate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698HummelHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1832
308bO ’Twas a Joyful Sound to HearPsalm 122, Tate and Brady’s “New Version,” 1696, 1698NativityHenry Lahee, 1855
309Triumphant Zion, Lift Thy HeadRev. Philip Doddridge, publ. 1755: verse 4, alteredTruroThomas Williams’ “Psalmodia Evangelica,” 1789
310O Where Are Kings and Empires Now?Bishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1839: altered and arrangedSt. Anne“Supplement to the New Version,” 1708: probably by William Croft
311aOne Sole Baptismal SignGeorge Robinson, 1842: verse 2, lines 5, 6, alteredUnityR. Huntington Woodman, 1895: altered
311bOne Sole Baptismal SignGeorge Robinson, 1842: verse 2, lines 5, 6, alteredSt. GodricRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
312Arise, O King of Grace, ArisePsalm cxxxii. Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719St. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
313Father of All, from Land and SeaBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1871AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
314Savior, Who Thy Flock Art FeedingRev. William A. Mühlenberg, 1826BrocklesburyMrs. Charlotte A. Barnard, 1868
315See Israel’s Gentle Shepherd StandRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755SohoSir Joseph Barnby, 1881
316aBy Cool Siloam’s Shady RillBishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827)SiloamIsaac B. Woodbury, 1842
316bBy Cool Siloam’s Shady RillBishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827)SabbataHenri F. Hemy, 1865
317aThine Forever! God of LoveMrs. Mary F. Maude, 1847Thine ForeverArranged from a Spanish Melody
317bThine Forever! God of LoveMrs. Mary F. Maude, 1847St. AustellArthur H. Brown, 1876
318aJesus, and Shall It Ever BeRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: altered by Rev. Benjamin Francis, 1787BrookfieldThomas B. Southgate, 1855
318bJesus, and Shall It Ever BeRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: altered by Rev. Benjamin Francis, 1787HebronLowell Mason, 1830
319Now I Resolve with All My HeartMiss Anne Steele, 1760: verse 1, line 1, alteredRockingham NewLowell Mason, 1830
320My God, Accept My Heart This DayMatthew Bridges, 1848St. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1836
321I’m Not Ashamed to Own My LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709AzmonArranged from Carl G. Gläser, 1828, by Lowell Mason, 1839
322aWhen Thy Soldiers Take Their SwordsMrs. Frances M. Owen, circa 1872RelianceJohn H. Gower, 1895
322bWhen Thy Soldiers Take Their SwordsMrs. Frances M. Owen, circa 1872Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
323At 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, 1850
324My God, and Is Thy Table Spread?Rev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755Rockingham OldArranged by Edward Miller, 1790
325Lord, I Am Thine, Entirely ThineRev. Samuel Davies, published 1769WardArranged from an old Scotch Melody by Lowell Mason, 1830
326Shepherd of Souls, Refresh and BlessVerses 1, 2, 3, anonymous: verses 4, 5, James Montgomery, 1825St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
327Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving HeartsJesu dulcedo, cordiumAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Arrangement and Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858QuebecHenry Baker, 1862
328How Sweet and Awful Is the PlaceRev. Isaac Watts, 1707DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
329aLet Thy Blood in Mercy PouredRev. John Brownlie, 1907: based on the GreekMeinhold“Lüneburgisches Gesangbuch,” 1686
329bLet Thy Blood in Mercy PouredRev. John Brownlie, 1907: based on the GreekHinchmanUzziah C. Burnap, 1869
330aTill He Come! O Let the WordsBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1862TichfieldJohn Richardson, 1853
330bTill He Come! O Let the WordsBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1862RosefieldRev. H. A. César Malan, 1834
331A Parting Hymn We SingRev. Aaron R. Wolfe, 1858SchumannMason and Webb’s “Cantica Laudis,” Boston, 1850
332aO Bread to Pilgrims GivenO Esca viatorumAnonymous (Latin, circa 17th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858: verse 2, lines 1, 3, 4, alteredSavoy ChapelJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1887
332bO Bread to Pilgrims GivenO Esca viatorumAnonymous (Latin, circa 17th century), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858: verse 2, lines 1, 3, 4, alteredHodnetArranged from Sigismund Thalberg (1812-1871)
333Bread of Heaven, on Thee I FeedJosiah Conder, 1824HawesArranged from a German melody
334aHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855MorecambeFrederick C. Atkinson, circa 1870
334bHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855Pax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
335aNot Worthy, Lord! To Gather up the CrumbsBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1872CommunionArranged from Felix Mendelssohn, 1835 (“Songs without Words,” No. 9)
335bNot Worthy, Lord! To Gather up the CrumbsBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1872LangranJames Langran, 1862
336aBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857 (Text of 1876)ShorehamRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
336bBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857 (Text of 1876)In Memoriam (Maker)Frederick C. Maker, 1876
337aAccording to Thy Gracious WordJames Montgomery, 1825DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1874
337bAccording to Thy Gracious WordJames Montgomery, 1825EvanArranged from Rev. William H. Havergal, 1846
338Jesus, to Thy Table LedRev. Robert H. Baynes, 1864Melford“M.B.F.,” 1886
339Bread of the World in Mercy BrokenBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827Eucharistic HymnRev. John S. B. Hodges, 1869
340aZion, to Thy Savior SingingThomas Aquinas, circa 1260, Translation by Rev. Alexander R. Thompson, 1883Lauda Sion SalvatoremGerald F. Cobb (1838-1904)
340bZion, to Thy Savior SingingThomas Aquinas, circa 1260, Translation by Rev. Alexander R. Thompson, 1883BonarJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
341O Spirit of the Living GodJames Montgomery, 1823MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
342“Go, Preach My Gospel,” Saith the LordRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 1, line 4, alteredMendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
343Teach Me, My God and KingRev. George Herbert, 1633: verses 2, 3, 4, recast by Rev. John Wesley, 1738St. AndrewSir Joseph Barnby, 1866
344So Let Our Lips and Lives ExpressRev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 2, line 3, alteredWarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
345Blest Be the Tie That BindsRev. John Fawcett, 1782BoylstonLowell Mason, 1832
346aO Happy Band of PilgrimsRev. John Mason Neale, 1862: based on Joseph the Hymnographer, circa 840Mein LebenArranged from Melchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
346bO Happy Band of PilgrimsRev. John Mason Neale, 1862: based on Joseph the Hymnographer, circa 840St. AnselmSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
347Revive Thy Work, O LordAlbert Midlane, 1858St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
348aForth in Thy Name, O Lord, I GoRev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 2, line 4, alteredIntercession“Easy Music for Church Choirs,” 1853
348bForth in Thy Name, O Lord, I GoRev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 2, line 4, alteredMorning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1791
349“Thy Kingdom Come,” on Bended KneeRev. Frederick L. Hosmer, 1891St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
350O God of Truth, Whose Living WordThomas Hughes, 1859MirfieldArthur Cottman, 1872
351aEternal Ruler of the Ceaseless RoundRev. John W. Chadwick, 1864Unde et MemoresWilliam H. Monk, 1875
351bEternal Ruler of the Ceaseless RoundRev. John W. Chadwick, 1864StockportJohn Wainwrigth, 1760
352O Thou, Not Made with HandsFrancis T. Palgrave, 1867Laudes DominiSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
353Stand Up, Stand Up for JesusRev. George Duffield, 1858WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
354The Light of God is FallingRev. Louis F. Benson, 1910GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn in B. Jacob’s “National Psalmody,” 1819
355Jesus, I My Cross Have TakenRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1824 (Text of 1833)CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
356Hark! The Voice of Jesus CryingRev. Daniel March, 1868DiscipleRev. Joshua Leavitt’s “Christian Lyre,” 1831
357aMust 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
357bMust 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
358O Still in Accents Sweet and StrongRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864St. MarkHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
359Lord, Lead the Way the Savior WentRev. William Croswell, 1831RemsenJoseph P. Holbrook, 1862
360“Take Up Thy Cross,” the Savior SaidRev. Charles W. Everest, 1833QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
361Lord, Speak to Me, That I May SpeakMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1872CanonburyArranged from Robert Schumann, 1839
362O Christ, Our True and Only LightO Jesu Christe, wahres LichtRev. Johann Heermann, 1650, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858BreslauAltered from “As hymnodus sacer,” Leipzig, 1625
363The Son of God Goes Forth to WarBishop Reginald Heber, published 1827All Saints NewHenry S. Cutler, 1872
364Come, Let Us Join with Faithful SoulsRev. William G. Tarrant, 1892Ellacombe“Gesang Buch der Herzogl. Wirtembergischen Katholischen Hofkapelle,” 1784
365Lead On, O King EternalRev. Ernest W. Shurtleff, 1888TennentUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
366O Brothers, Lift Your VoicesBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1848 (Text of 1870)LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
367Courage, Brother! Do Not StumbleRev. Norman Macleod, 1857Courage, BrotherSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
368aGo, Labor On: Spend, and Be SpentRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843WilliamsGeorge Kingsley, 1853
368bGo, Labor On: Spend, and Be SpentRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
369aWho Is on the Lord’s Side?Miss Frances R. Havergal, 1877ArmageddonArranged by Sir John Goss, 1871
369bWho Is on the Lord’s Side?Miss Frances R. Havergal, 1877RosmoreHenry G. Trembath, 1893
370Work, for the Night Is ComingMrs. Anna L. Coghill, circa 1860: each verse alteredWork SongLowell Mason, 1864
371aO God, Who Workest HithertoRev. Thomas W. Freckelton, 1884: verse 2 arrangedNorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
371bO God, Who Workest HithertoRev. Thomas W. Freckelton, 1884: verse 2 arrangedHermonLowell Mason, 1832
372Soldiers Who to Christ BelongPugnate, Christi militesAnonymous in Breviary of Châlons-sur-Marne, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams, 1839: recast in “The Hymnary,” 1872NurembergAltered from Johann R. Ahle, 1664
373Soldiers of the Cross, AriseBishop W. Walsham How, 1864Orientis PartibusArranged from a mediæval French Melody by Richard Redhead, 1853
374Onward, Christian SoldiersRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865St. GertrudeSir Arthur Sullivan, 1871
375Savior, Thy Dying LoveRev. S. Dryden Phelps, 1862: verse 3, line 2; verse 4, line 8, alteredWintertonSir Joseph Barnby, 1892
376Where Cross the Crowded Ways of LifeRev. Frank Mason North, 1905GermanyWilliam Gardiner’s “Sacred Melodies,” 1815
377Soldiers of Christ, AriseRev. Charles Wesley, 1749Soldiers of ChristRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
378Ye Servants of the LordRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755LabanLowell Mason, 1830
379aJesus Calls Us, O’er the TumultMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852: verse 2, line 1, alteredGalileeWilliam H. Jude, 1887
379bJesus Calls Us, O’er the TumultMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852: verse 2, line 1, alteredLowtonAlbert Lowe, 1875
380He That Goeth Forth with WeepingThomas Hastings, 1836 (Text of 1858)StockwellDarius E. Jones, 1851
381Thou Lord of Life, Our Saving HealthRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1886HursleyAltered from “Katholisches Gesangbuch,” Vienna, c. 1774
382We Give Thee but Thine OwnBishop W. Walsham How, 1864SchumannMason and Webb’s “Cantica Laudis,” Boston, 1850
383O Lord of Heaven and Earth and SeaBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863 (Text of 1872)AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
384O Praise Our God TodayRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861VigilArranged for “St. Alban’s Tune Book,” 1865
385O Daughters Blest of GalileeBishop W. Walsham How, 1867InasmuchUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
386O God of Mercy, God of MightRev. Godfrey Thring, 1877: verse 6, line 4, alteredElmhurstEdwin Drewett, 1887
387aTake My Life, and Let It BeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1874St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
387bTake My Life, and Let It BeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1874SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
388O Jesus, I Have PromisedRev. John E. Bode, 1868Angel’s StoryArthur H. Mann, 1883
389aOn Our Way RejoicingRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863, 1873: verse 1, lines 6, 8, alteredGoshenMiss Marchel Davis, 1847
389bOn Our Way RejoicingRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863, 1873: verse 1, lines 6, 8, alteredPapworthEdward J. Hopkins, 1870
390Thou Maker of Our Mortal FrameRev. Aaron R. Wolfe, 1858Winchester NewAltered from “Musikalisches Handbuch,” Hamburg, 1690
391Jesus Shall Reign Where’er the SunPsalm 72, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719Park StreetArranged from Frederick M. A. Venua, circa 1810
392Soon May the Last Glad Song AriseAnon. Ascribed to Mrs. Vokes, 1816Duke StreetJohn Hatton, circa 1793
393aWatchman, Tell Us of the NightSir John Bowring, 1825WatchmanLowell Mason, 1830
393bWatchman, Tell Us of the NightSir John Bowring, 1825St. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1850
394“For My Sake and the Gospel’s, Go”Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1899BishopgarthSir Arthur Sullivan, 1897
395O Zion, Haste, Thy Mission High FulfillingMrs. Mary Ann Thomson, 1870Angelic SongsJames Walch, 1875
396aChrist for the World We SingRev. Samuel Wolcott, 1869SomersetAlfred Reginald Allen, 1911
396bChrist for the World We SingRev. Samuel Wolcott, 1869Fiat LuxRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
397And Is the Time Approaching?Miss Jane Borthwick, 1859SchubertArranged from Schubert by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
398The Morning Light Is BreakingRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1832WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
399aOur Country’s Voice Is PleadingMrs. Maria F. Anderson, 1849WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
399bOur Country’s Voice Is PleadingMrs. Maria F. Anderson, 1849SchubertArranged from Schubert by William W. Gilchrist, 1895
400From Ocean Unto OceanRev. Robert Murray, 1880LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
401From Greenland’s Icy MountainsBishop Reginald Heber, 1819Missionary HymnLowell Mason, 1823
402aThou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, circa 1813: verse 4, line 1, alteredFiat LuxRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
402bThou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, circa 1813: verse 4, line 1, alteredStobelJ. D. Müller's “Choral Buch,” 1754, Arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1860
402cThou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, circa 1813: verse 4, line 1, alteredTrinityFelice de Giardini, 1769
403Trumpet of God, Sound HighRev. Arnold Brooks, 1900 (Text of 1904)RangoonCharles Wood, 1904
404aHail to the Lord’s AnointedPsalm 72, James Montgomery, 1821St. AnselmSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
404bHail to the Lord’s AnointedPsalm 72, James Montgomery, 1821WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
405Light of the World, We Hail TheeRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Salve DomineLawrence W. Watson, 1909
406aO’er the Gloomy Hills of DarknessRev. William Williams, 1772: verse 1, re-written; verse 2, line 2, and verse 3, alteredWildersmouthEdward J. Hopkins, 1879
406bO’er the Gloomy Hills of DarknessRev. William Williams, 1772: verse 1, re-written; verse 2, line 2, and verse 3, alteredZionThomas Hastings, 1830
407aO North, with All Thy Vales of GreenWilliam Cullen Bryant, 1865MeiringenChristian G. Neefe, 1777
407bO North, with All Thy Vales of GreenWilliam Cullen Bryant, 1865HastingsThomas Hastings, 1831
408Ye Christian Heralds, Go ProclaimRev. Bourne H. Draper, 1803: verse 1, lines 1, 3, verse 2, line 1, alteredMissionary ChantHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1832
409Hail to the Brightness of Zion’s Glad Morning!Thomas Hastings, 1832WesleyLowell Mason, 1830
410Hasten, Lord, the Glorious TimePsalm 72, Miss Harriet Auber, 1829Pleyel’s HymnArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1790
411Fling out the Banner! Let It FloatBishop George W. Doane, 1848WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
412aSavior, Sprinkle Many NationsBishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1851FalfieldSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
412bSavior, Sprinkle Many NationsBishop A. Cleveland Coxe, 1851AutumnArranged from Psalm xlii in the Genevan Psalter, 1551
413Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates of BrassJames Montgomery, 1843: verse 4, lines 2, 3, alteredPresbyterWalter O. Wilkinson, 1895
414God Is Working His Purpose OutArthur C. Ainger, 1894AingerMiss Millicent D. Kingham, 1894
415Send Thou, O Lord, to Every PlaceMrs. Mary C. Gates, 1890Trust (Torrance)Rev. George W. Torrance, 1861
416Thy Kingdom Come, O GodRev. Lewis Hensley, 1867St. Cecilia (Hayne)Rev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1863
417aAlleluia, Song of SweetnessAlleluia, dulce carmenAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Verses 1, 2, 4, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851; verse 4, line 3, altered; verse 3, translation in Cooke and Denton's “Hymnal,” 1853Alleluia Dulce CarmenEdward J. Hopkins, 1872
417bAlleluia, Song of SweetnessAlleluia, dulce carmenAnonymous (Latin, 11th century), Verses 1, 2, 4, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851; verse 4, line 3, altered; verse 3, translation in Cooke and Denton's “Hymnal,” 1853Corinth“Essay on the Church Plain Chant,” 1782
418Happy the Souls to Jesus JoinedRev. Charles Wesley, 1745St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
419aChildren of the Heavenly KingRev. John Cennick, 1742Pleyel’s HymnArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1790
419bChildren of the Heavenly KingRev. John Cennick, 1742University CollegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
420From All Thy Saints in WarfareHoratio, Earl Nelson, 1863Paradise (Weber)Frederic Weber, 1856
421Blessed Are the Sons of GodRev. Joseph Humphreys, 1743, arranged and verse 2, line 2, alteredRosefieldRev. H. A. César Malan, 1834
422Faith of Our Fathers! Living StillRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849: verse 2, line 4; verse 3, lines 1-4, alteredSt. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
423Come, Let Us Join Our Friends AboveRev. Charles Wesley, 1759AnagolaThomas H. H. Crossley, 1876
424Sing Alleluia Forth in Duteous PraiseAlleluia piis edite laudibusAnonymous (Latin, circa 8th century), Translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1865 (Text of 1875)Alleluia PerenneWilliam H. Monk, 1868
425aWe Come Unto Our Fathers’ GodThomas H. Gill, 1868The Golden ChainSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
425bWe Come Unto Our Fathers’ GodThomas H. Gill, 1868Luther’s HymnJoseph Klug’s “Geistliche Lieder,” Wittenberg, 1535
426For All the Saints Who from Their Labors RestBishop W. Waltham How, 1864SarumSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
427aWho Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes ThroneRev. Heinrich T. Schenk, 1719, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841 (Text of 1864)All Saints Old“Geistliches Gesang Buch” Darmstadt, 1698: Arranged by J. G. C. Störl, 1711
427bWho Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes ThroneRev. Heinrich T. Schenk, 1719, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841 (Text of 1864)Unser HerrscherRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
428Let Our Choir New Anthems RaiseJoseph the Hymnographer (9th century), Arranged and translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: verse 1, line 5, alteredChestnut HillRev. William P. Merrill, 1895
429Hark! The Sound of Holy VoicesBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862SanctuaryRev. John B. Dykes, 1871
430Give Me the Wings of Faith to RiseRev. Isaac Watts, 1709HummelHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1832
431O What, if We Are Christ’sRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1852MarshallRev. G. Jarvis Geer, 1869
432One There Is, Above All OthersRev. John Newton, 1779AlbertArranged from Heinrich Albert, 1643
433Come Unto Me, Ye WearyWilliam C. Dix, 1867Come Unto MeRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
434aO Jesus, Thou Art StandingBishop W. Walsham How, 1867St. EdithJustin H. Knecht, 1799, and Rev. Edward Husband, 1871
434bO Jesus, Thou Art StandingBishop W. Walsham How, 1867Lux MundiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
435aWas There Ever Kindest Shepherd?Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854IlsleyFrank G. Ilsley, 1887
435bWas There Ever Kindest Shepherd?Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
436aArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862, verse 7, line 3, alteredBullingerRev. Ethelbert W. Bullinger, 1874
436bArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862, verse 7, line 3, alteredStephanosRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868
437Hark, My Soul, It Is the Lord!William Cowper, 1768St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
438Come, Ye Disconsolate, Where’er Ye LanguishVerses 1, 2, Thomas Moore, 1816: altered, and verse 3 added, by Thomas Hastings, 1831AlmaArranged from Samuel Webbe, 1792
439Not All the Blood of BeastsRev. Isaac Watts, 1709OlmutzArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
440Praise to the Holiest in the HeightCardinal John H. Newman, 1865WestminsterJames Turle, 1843
441O Mystery of Love DivineThomas H. Gill, 1864ManoahArranged in Henry W. Greatorex’s “Collection,” Boston, 1851
442There Is a Fountain Filled with BloodWilliam Cowper, 1772CowperLowell Mason, 1830
443When This Passing World Is DoneRev. Robert M. McCheyne, 1837Mount ZionSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
444Thy Life Was Given for MeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1858: recast, “Church Hymns,” 1871DevotionJohn H. Gower, 1895
445Nature with Open Volume StandsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 3, line 2, alteredHamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
446Grace! ’Tis a Charming SoundRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755Silver StreetIsaac Smith, circa 1770
447aSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant, 1815 (Text of 1839)BlumenthalArranged from Jacques Blumenthal, 1847
447bSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant, 1815 (Text of 1839)Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
448Sinful, Sighing to Be BlestRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1857 (Text of 1875)WoodmanR. Huntington Woodman, 1895
449Father, Hear Thy Children’s CallRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1875Gower’s LitanyJohn H. Gower, 1891
450Depth of Mercy! Can There Be?Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
451O Thou That Hear’st When Sinners CryPsalm 51, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719HamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
452No, Not DespairinglyRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866KedronMiss Ann B. Spratt, 1866
453With Broken Heart and Contrite SighRev. Cornelius Elven, 1852St. LukeAltered from Jeremiah Clarke, 1701
454Take Me, O My Father, Take MeRev. Ray Palmer, 1864Vesper HymnArranged by Sir John A. Stevenson, 1818
455Show Pity, Lord: for We Are Frail and FaintRev. David Thomas, 1874: verse 2, line 7, alteredAucklandFrederick C. Maker, 1876
456Come, Let Us to the Lord Our GodRev. John Morison, 1781 in Scottish “Translations and Paraphrases”SohoSir Joseph Barnby, 1881
457Lord, Thy Mercy Now Entreating“A. N.,” in “The Scottish Hymnal,” 1884St. SylvesterRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
458aLord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams, 1842: verse 3, lines 1, 2; verse 6, line 1, alteredSt. PhilipWilliam H. Monk, 1861
458bLord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams, 1842: verse 3, lines 1, 2; verse 6, line 1, alteredMelford“M.B.F.,” 1886
459Weary of Earth, and Laden with My SinRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1866 (Text of 1868)LangranJames Langran, 1862
460aWe Have Not Known Thee as We OughtRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1889St. ChrysostomSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
460bWe Have Not Known Thee as We OughtRev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1889St. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
461aMy Sins, My Sins, My Savior!Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863MonsellAnonymous
461bMy Sins, My Sins, My Savior!Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Lux MundiSir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
462Far from Thy Heavenly CareAnonymous (Greek, 9th century), Translation by Rev. John Brownlie, 1900Verbum PacisGeorge Lomas, 1876
463Jesus, Meek and GentleRev. George R. Prynne, 1856ErnsteinJ. Frederick Swift, 1879
464aRock of Ages, Cleft for MeRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776: verse 4, line 2, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1815TopladyThomas Hastings, 1830
464bRock of Ages, Cleft for MeRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1776: verse 4, line 2, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1815Ajalon (Redhead No. 76)Richard Redhead, 1853
465My Hope Is Built on Nothing LessRev. Edward Mote, circa 1834: verse 1, arrangedSt. PetersburgDimitri Borthiansky, 1825
466O Gift of Gifts! O Grace of Faith!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849FaithRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
467O Thou, from Whom All Goodness FlowsRev. Thomas Haweis, 1791: altered in Rev. Thomas Cotterill’s “Selection,” 1819; verse 5, lines 1, 2, further altlteredMartyrdomHugh Wilson, circa 1825
468Approach, My Soul, the Mercy-SeatRev. John Newton, 1779DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1872
469I Heard the Voice of Jesus SayRev. Horatius Bonar, 1846Vox DilectiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
470Beneath the Cross of JesusMiss Elizabeth C. Clephane, published 1872St. ChristopherFrederick C. Maker, 1881
471aI Lay My Sins on JesusRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843WaringSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
471bI Lay My Sins on JesusRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843MiriamJoseph P. Holbrook, 1865
472Lord, I Believe; Thy Power I OwnRev. John R. Wreford, 1837LambethWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
473aJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740HollingsideRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
473bJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740MartynSimeon B. Marsh, 1834
473cJesus, Lover of My SoulRev. Charles Wesley, 1740RefugeJoseph P. Holbrook, 1862
474aMy Faith Looks Up to TheeRev. Ray Palmer, 1830Olivet (Mason)Lowell Mason, 1832
474bMy Faith Looks Up to TheeRev. Ray Palmer, 1830BraunJohann G. Braun, 1675
475aLord of Mercy and of MightBishop Reginald Heber, 1811St. AmbroseArranged from a Gregorian Chant by Henry J. Gauntlett, 1872
475bLord of Mercy and of MightBishop Reginald Heber, 1811CharitySir John Stainer, 1868
476Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty GatesMacht hoch die ThürRev. Georg Weissel, 1642, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855: each verse abr.; verse 6, arr.WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
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
478None Other Lamb, None Other NameMiss Christina G. Rossetti, before 1893RossettiWilliam Jeater, 1907
479Oft 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
480Awake, My Soul, Stretch Every NerveRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755ChristmasArranged from George F. Handel, 1728
481Am I a Soldier of the Cross?Rev. Isaac Watts, 1724MarlowArranged from Rev. John Chetham’s “Book of Psalmody,” 1718
482aIn the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery, 1834: verse 1, line 2, alteredPenitence (Lane)Spencer Lane, 1879
482bIn the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery, 1834: verse 1, line 2, alteredMary Magdalene (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
483Christian, Dost Thou See Them?Translation from an unknown Greek source by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1862: altered in “The Parish Hymn Book,” 1863St. Andrew of CreteRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
484aLord, to Thee Alone We TurnRev. Albert E. Evans, 1867RamothJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1867
484bLord, to Thee Alone We TurnRev. Albert E. Evans, 1867MartynSimeon B. Marsh, 1834
485aJesus, Lord of Life and GloryJames J. Cummins, 1839St. AustinArr. from a Gregorian Chant for the “Bristol Tune Book,” 1876
485bJesus, Lord of Life and GloryJames J. Cummins, 1839ZionThomas Hastings, 1830
486Jesus, Savior, Pilot MeRev. Edward Hopper, 1871PilotJohn E. Gould, 1871
487Christian, Seek Not Yet ReposeMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1839: verse 1, line 2, alteredVigilateWilliam H. Monk, 1868
488Jesus, My Savior, Look on MeMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1848HanfordSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
489Fight the Good Fight with All Thy MightRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863MozartArranged from the Kyrie in the “Twelfth Mass,” attribted to Mozart
490aJesus, Still Lead OnJesu, geh voranCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721, arranged, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1846BorthwickJohn H. Gower, 1895
490bJesus, Still Lead OnJesu, geh voranCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721, arranged, Translation by Miss Jane Borthwick, 1846SeelenbräutigamAdam Drese, 1698
491aStand Up, My Soul; Shake Off Thy FearsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707WalthamJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1872
491bStand Up, My Soul; Shake Off Thy FearsRev. Isaac Watts, 1707MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
492Breast the Wave, ChristianJoseph Stammers, 1830: verse 3, line 7, alteredOnwardWilliam C. Filby (1836-1913)
493aGently, Lord, O Gently Lead UsThomas Hastings, 1831, 1850DorrnanceIsaac B. Woodbury, 1850
493bGently, Lord, O Gently Lead UsThomas Hastings, 1831, 1850AutumnArranged from Psalm xlii in the Genevan Psalter, 1551
494Surrounded by Unnumbered FoesGerald Massey, 1863WavertreeWilliam Shore, 1840
495My Soul, Be on Thy GuardRev. George Heath, 1781: verse 3, lines 2, 4, verse 4, alteredLabanLowell Mason, 1836
496A Charge to Keep I HaveRev. Charles Wesley, 1762St. Thomas (Williams)Aaron Williams, 1763
497My Times Are in Thy HandWilliam F. Lloyd, 1824VigilArranged for “St. Alban’s Tune Book,” 1865
498How Gentle God’s CommandsRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
499Father of Love, Our Guide and FriendRev. William J. Irons, 1844St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
500Still Will We Trust, Though Earth Seem Dark and DrearyRev. William H. Burleigh, 1868DiademaSir Joseph Barnby, 1883
501Father, 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
502I Bow My Forehead to the DustJohn G. Whittier, 1867: arrangedAmesburyUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
503Father, I Know That All My LifeMiss Anna L. Waring, 1850SlingsbyRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
504aMy God and Father, While I StrayMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834Troyte’s ChantArthur H. D. Troyte, 1857
504bMy God and Father, While I StrayMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834SunsetSir Joseph Barnby, 1887
505How Firm a Foundation“K,” in Rippon’s “Selection,” 1787Adeste FidelesUnknown: probably 18th century
506My 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
507aThy Way, Not Mine, O LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Holy GuideUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
507bThy Way, Not Mine, O LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857Via RecteSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
508Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling GloomCardinal John H. Newman, 1833Lux BenignaRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
509Unto the Hills Around Do I Lift UpPsalm 121, John, Duke of Argyll, 1877 (Text of 1909)Lux BeataAlbert L. Peace, 1885
510He Leadeth Me: O Blessed ThoughtRev. Joseph H. Gilmore, 1862: lines 3, 4, of refrain addedHe Leadeth MeWilliam B. Bradbury, 1864
511aGod Is My Strong SalvationPsalm 27, James Montgomery, 1822Mein LebenArranged from Melchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
511bGod Is My Strong SalvationPsalm 27, James Montgomery, 1822St. AlphegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
512The King of Love My Shepherd IsPsalm 23, Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868Dominus Regit MeRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
513O Love Divine, That Stooped to ShareOliver Wendell Holmes, 1859QuebecHenry Baker, 1862
514God Is the Refuge of His SaintsPsalm 46, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719: verse 5, line 2, alteredWardArranged from an old Scotch Melody by Lowell Mason, 1830
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
516aCall Jehovah Thy SalvationPsalm 91, James Montgomery, 1822: verse 2 arrangedAutumnArranged from Psalm 42 in the Genevan Psalter, 1551
516bCall Jehovah Thy SalvationPsalm 91, James Montgomery, 1822: verse 2 arrangedMoultrieGerard F. Cobb (1838-1904)
517Lord, It Belongs Not to My CareRev. Richard Baxter, 1681: verse 1, line 1, verse 2, line 4, alteredEventide (Smart)Henry Smart, 1876
518Supreme in Wisdom as in PowerRev. Isaac Watts, 1707, altered in Scottish “Translations and Paraphrases,” 1781DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
519God Moves in a Mysterious WayWilliam Cowper, 1774HermonLowell Mason, 1832
520The Lord My Pasture Shall PreparePsalm 23, Joseph Addison, 1712Pater OmniumHenry J. E. Holmes, 1875
521Wait, My Soul, Upon the LordWilliam F. Lloyd, 1835St. BeesRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
522Cast Thy Burden on the LordAnonymous in Rowland Hill’s “Psalms and Hymns,” 1783MercyArranged from Louis M. Gottschalk, 1867
523aWho 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 W. Walsham How, 1864ConstanceSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
523bWho 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 W. Walsham How, 1864BishopgarthSir Arthur Sullivan, 1897
524My God, I Thank Thee, Who Hast MadeMiss Adelaide A. Proctor, 1858WentworthFrederick C. Maker, 1876
525aSometimes a Light SurprisesWilliam Cowper, 1779BentleyJohn Hullah, 1867
525bSometimes a Light SurprisesWilliam Cowper, 1779WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
526aIn Heavenly Love AbidingMiss Anna L. Waring, 1850WaringSir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
526bIn Heavenly Love AbidingMiss Anna L. Waring, 1850HodnetArranged from Sigismund Thalberg (1812-1871)
527The Lord My Shepherd IsPsalm 23, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719SchumannMason and Webb’s “Cantica Laudis,” Boston, 1850
528Commit Thou All Thy GriefsBefiehl du deine WegeRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1739St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
529Your Harps, Ye Trembling SaintsRev. Augustus M. Toplady, 1772OlmutzArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
530There Is a Safe and Secret PlacePsalm 91, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834Green HillAlbert L. Peace, 1885
531Not So in Haste, My HeartBradford Torrey, 1875Dolomite ChantArranged from an Austrian Melody by Joseph T. Cooper, 1873
532aThe Lord’s My Shepherd, I’ll Not WantPsalm 23, The Scottish Psalter, 1650: based on Francis Rous, Sir William Mure, and othersBalermaArranged by Robert Simpson, 1833
532bThe Lord’s My Shepherd, I’ll Not WantPsalm 23, The Scottish Psalter, 1650: based on Francis Rous, Sir William Mure, and othersWaldenJames Edmund Jones, 1906
533O 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 in Scottish “Translations and Paraphrases,” 1781BalermaArranged by Robert Simpson, 1833
534aGuide Me, O Thou Great JehovahArglwydd arwain trwy’r anialwchRev. William Williams (Welsh), 1745. Verse 1, Translation by Rev. Peter Williams, 1771: verses 2, 3, Rev. William Williams, circa 1772DismissalWilliam L. Viner, 1845
534bGuide Me, O Thou Great JehovahArglwydd arwain trwy’r anialwchRev. William Williams (Welsh), 1745. Verse 1, Translation by Rev. Peter Williams, 1771: verses 2, 3, Rev. William Williams, circa 1772OliphantArranged from Pierre M. F. de S. Baillot, 1830, by Lowell Mason, 1832
535Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead UsJames Edmeston, 1821Corinth“Essay on the Church Plain Chant,” 1782
536Jesus, My Lord, My God, My AllRev. Henry Collins, 1854St. ChrysostomSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
537Jesus, 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
538aO Lamb of God, Still Keep MeRev. James G. Deck, 1842: verse 1, line 6, alteredSt. George’s, BoltonJames Walch, 1875
538bO Lamb of God, Still Keep MeRev. James G. Deck, 1842: verse 1, line 6, alteredSt. EdithJustin H. Knecht, 1799, and Rev. Edward Husband, 1871
539I Know No Life DividedRev. Carl J. P. Spitta, 1833, Translation by Richard Massie, 1860BentleyJohn Hullah, 1867
540Immortal Love, Forever FullJohn G. Whittier, 1866FaithRev. John B. Dykes, 1867
541O Love That Wilt Not Let Me GoRev. George Matheson, 1882St. MargaretAlbert L. Peace, 1885
542Beneath the Shadow of the CrossRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1848SerenityArranged from William V. Wallace, 1856
543Jesus, These Eyes Have Never SeenRev. Ray Palmer, 1858SawleyJames Walch, 1860
544If Christ Is Mine, Then All Is MineRev. Benjamin Beddome, published 1817EckhardtsheimHeinrich C. Zeuner, 1833
545Jesus, the Very Thought of TheeJesu, dulcis memoriaAnonymous (Latin, 11th Century), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1866
546I Could Not Do Without TheeMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873Jesu DilectissimeRobert H. McCartney (1844-1895)
547To Thee, O Dear, Dear SaviorRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1863Savoy ChapelJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1887
548O the Bitter Shame and SorrowRev. Theodore Monod, 1874St. JudeCharles J. Vincent, 1877
549Something Every Heart Is LovingJedes Herz will etwas liebenGerhard Tersteegan, 1745, Translation by Mrs. Emma F. Bevan, 1858, and Rev. Louis F. Benson, 1910BrocklesburyMrs. Charlotte A. Barnard, 1868
550Peace, Perfect Peace, in This Dark World of SinBishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1875Pax TecumAltered from George T. Caldbeck, by Charles J. Vincent, 1876
551O Holy Savior, Friend UnseenMiss Charlotte Elliott, 1834FlemmingArranged from Friedrich F. Flemming, 1810
552aThee 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
552bThee 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, alteredSt. CatherineHenri F. Hemy, 1865, altered by James G. Walton, 1871
553Christ, of All My Hopes the GroundRev. Ralph Wardlow, 1827HendonRev. H. A. Cesar Malan, 1827
554Jesus, I Love Thy Charming NameRev. Philip Doddridge, 1717HeberGeorge 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 Samuel Smith (1821-1917) from Thomas Hastings, 1831
556How Sweet the Name of Jesus SoundsRev. John Newton, 1779: verse 5, line 1, alteredSt. PeterAlexander R. Reinagle, 1836
557My God, the Spring of All My JoysRev. Isaac Watts, 1707: verse 2, line 3, alteredSabbataHenri F. Hemy, 1865
558O Lord, I Would Delight in TheeRev. John Ryland, 1777BelmontArranged from William Gardiner, 1812
559My God, I Love Thee, Not BecauseO Deus, ego amo teFrom a 17th century Latin version of a Spanish sonnet ascribed to Francis Xavier, circa 1546, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849: verse 1, lines 3, 4, alteredXavierSir John Stainer, 1875
560aLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 2, lines 4, 5, alteredLove Divine (Le Jeune)George F. Le Jeune, 1887
560bLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 2, lines 4, 5, alteredBeecherJohn Zundel, 1870
560cLove Divine, All Loves ExcellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1747: verse 3, line 4, verse 4, line 1, alteredLove Divine (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1889
561I’ve Found a Friend; O Such a Friend!Rev. James G. Small, 1866ConstanceSir Arthur Sullivan, 1875
562Jesus, I Live to TheeRev. Henry Harbaugh, before 1861TrenthamRobert Jackson, 1894
563O Love That Casts Out FearRev. Horatius Bonar, 1861St. Denys (Spinney)Frank S. Spinney (1850-1888)
564aBlessed Savior, Thee I LoveRev. George Duffield, 1851RelianceJohn H. Gower, 1895
564bBlessed Savior, Thee I LoveRev. George Duffield, 1851Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
565Dear Lord and Master MineThomas H. Gill, 1868FergusonGeorge Kingsley, 1843
566aMajestic Sweetness Sits EnthronedRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787: verse 1, line 2, alteredOrtonvilleThomas Hastings, 1837
566bMajestic Sweetness Sits EnthronedRev. Samuel Stennett, 1787: verse 1, line 2, alteredHorsleyWilliam Horsley, 1844
567aO Help Us, Lord; Each Hour of NeedRev. Henry H. Milman, 1827SpohrArranged from Louis Spohr, 1835
567bO Help Us, Lord; Each Hour of NeedRev. Henry H. Milman, 1827St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
568aSon of Man, to Thee I CryBishop Richard Mant, 1828, altered and arranged in Cooke and Denton’s Hymnal, 1853PalgraveH. de la Haye Blackith, 1893
568bSon of Man, to Thee I CryBishop Richard Mant, 1828, altered and arranged in Cooke and Denton’s Hymnal, 1853Spanish HymnArranged by Benjamin Carr, 1824
569Searcher of Hearts, from Mine EraseGeorge P. Morris, 1838BeatitudoRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
570aCome, My Soul, Thy Suit PrepareRev. John Newton, 1779HortonArranged from Xavier Schnyder (1786-1868)
570bCome, My Soul, Thy Suit PrepareRev. John Newton, 1779SeymourArranged from Carl Maria von Weber, 1826
571From Every Stormy Wind That BlowsRev. Hugh Stowell, 1827, 1831RetreatThomas Hastings, 1842
572My God, Is Any Hour So Sweet?Miss Charlotte Elliott, 1835 (text of 1836)AlmsgivingRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
573Behold Us, Lord, a Little SpaceRev. John Ellerton, 1870St. Leonard (Jackson)Robert Jackson (1849-1914)
574Prayer Is the Soul’s Sincere DesireJames Montgomery, 1819ByefieldThomas Hastings, 1840
575There Is an Eye That Never SleepsRev. John A. Wallace, 1839: arranged and alteredNorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
576When the Weary, Seeking RestRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866Intercession NewWilliam H. Callcott, 1867: the last two lines from Felix Mendelssohn, 1846
577Our Praises, Lord, Thou Dost Not NeedNil laudibus nostris egesCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. Louis F. Benson, 1896WaldenJames Edmund Jones, 1906
578Sweet Is Thy Mercy, LordRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1862St. AndrewSir Joseph Barnby, 1866
579Behold the Throne of Grace!Rev. John Newton, 1779State StreetJonathan C. Woodman, 1844
580Since Jesus Is My FriendIst Gott für mich, so treteRev. Paul Gerhardt, 1656, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1855: arranged, and verses 1, 2, alteredGreenwoodJoseph E. Sweetser, 1849
581Blest Are the Pure in HeartVerses 1, 2, Rev. John Keble, 1819: verse 3 added in Mitre Hymn Book, 1836St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1848
582aJesus, Merciful and MildThomas Hastings, 1858MessiahArranged from Louis J. F. Herold (1791-1833), by George Kingsley, 1838
582bJesus, Merciful and MildThomas Hastings, 1858New St. AndrewJohn Gill
583Rejoice, Ye Pure in HeartRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1865MarionArthur H. Messiter, 1883
584Those Eternal BowersRev. John Mason Neale, 1862: based on an unknown Greek source: verse 5, line 6, altered; verse 2 addedMorleyThomas Morley, 1867
585aWe Would See Jesus; for the Shadows LengthenMiss Anna B. Warner, 1852HenleyLowell Mason, 1854
585bWe Would See Jesus; for the Shadows LengthenMiss Anna B. Warner, 1852CroftonEdward, Lord Crofton, 1893
586aO for a Closer Walk with GodWilliam Cowper, 1769DalehurstArthur Cottman, 1874
586bO for a Closer Walk with GodWilliam Cowper, 1769AlexandriaWilliam Arnold, circa 1800
587As Pants the Hart for Cooling StreamsPsalm 42, Tate and Brady’s New Version, 1696, 1698SpohrArranged from Louis Spohr, 1835
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, 1742Amsterdam“The Foundery Collection,” 1742
591O Very God of Very GodRev. John Mason Neale, 1846St. MarkHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
592We Bless Thee for Thy Peace, O GodAnonymous, circa 1858NorthreppsJosiah Booth, 1887
593O for a Heart to Praise My GodRev. Charles Wesley, 1742 (Text of 1782)BrownWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
594aForward! Be Our WatchwordRev. Henry Alford, 1871ForwardHenry Smart, 1872
594bForward! Be Our WatchwordRev. Henry Alford, 1871St. AlbanArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1774 by Rev. John B. Dykes, 1868
595aQuiet, Lord, My Froward HeartRev. John Newton, 1779HawesArranged from a German Melody
595bQuiet, Lord, My Froward HeartRev. John Newton, 1779Ajalon (Redhead No. 76)Richard Redhead, 1853
596Thou Hidden Love of God, Whose HeightVerborgne Gottes Liebe duGerhard Tersteegen, 1729St. PetersburgDimitri S. Bortniansky, 1825
597aO Light, Whose Beams Illumine AllRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1864St. MatthiasWilliam H. Monk, 1861
597bO Light, Whose Beams Illumine AllRev. Edward H. Plumptre, 1864StellaOld Melody, arranged in “Easy Hymn Tunes,” 1851
598aO Thou to Whose All-Searching SightSeelenbräutigam, O du GotteslammCount Nicolaus L. von Zinzendorf, 1721, 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, Translation by Rev. John Wesley, 1738: verse 3, line 4, alteredGrace ChurchArranged from Ignaz J. Pleyel, 1815
599Through Good Report and Evil, LordRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866HanfordSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
600Behold What Wondrous GraceRev. Isaac Watts, 1707LeightonHenry W. Greatorex, 1849
601aNearer, My God, to TheeMrs. Sarah F. Adams, 1841: verse 1, line 5, alteredBethanyArranged by Lowell Mason, 1856
601bNearer, 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, 1869HorburyRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
603aO for a Faith That Will Not ShrinkRev. William H. Bathurst, 1831EvanArranged from Rev. William H. Havergal, 1846
603bO for a Faith That Will Not ShrinkRev. William H. Bathurst, 1831JerusalemT. Worsley Staniforth, 1866
604Walk in the Light: So Shalt Thou KnowBernard Barton, 1826Nox PræcessitJ. Baptiste Calkin, 1875
605Calm Me, My God, and Keep Me CalmRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857SawleyJames Walch, 1860
606aO Let Him, Whose SorrowWem in LeidenstagenHeinrich S. Oswald, 1826, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841Mary Magdalene (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
606bO Let Him, Whose SorrowWem in LeidenstagenHeinrich S. Oswald, 1826, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841Penitence (Lane)Spencer Lane, 1879
607Purer Yet and PurerAnonymous in “Iphigenia in Tauris, with Original Poems,” 1851Mary Magdalene (Dykes)Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862
608aLead Us, O Father, in the Paths of PeaceRev. William H. Burleigh, 1868LongwoodSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
608bLead Us, O Father, in the Paths of PeaceRev. William H. Burleigh, 1868LangranJames Langran, 1862
609aO Love Divine, How Sweet Thou Art!Rev. Charles Wesley, 1749BremenThomas Hastings, 1836
609bO Love Divine, How Sweet Thou Art!Rev. Charles Wesley, 1749ArielWolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791), by Lowell Mason, 1836
610O Lord, How Happy Should We BeJoseph Anstice, 1836BremenThomas Hastings, 1836
611’Tis by the Faith of Joys to ComeRev. Isaac Watts, 1709Duke StreetJohn Hatton, circa 1793
612My God, Permit Me Not to BeRev. Isaac Watts, 1709HebronLowell Mason, 1830
613aThe Roseate Hues of Early DawnMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852Castle RisingRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey, 1867
613bThe Roseate Hues of Early DawnMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1852St. Leonard (Hiles)Henry Hiles, 1867
614Upon the Hills the Wind Is Bleak and ColdSir John Skelton (1831-1897)ArtaviaEdward J. Hopkins, 1887
615Far from My Heavenly HomePsalm 137, Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834LyteJohn B. Wilkes, 1861
616No, No, It Is Not DyingNon, ce n’est pas mourirRev. H. A. César Malan, 1832, Translation by Rev. Robinson P. Dunn, 1852WakefieldWilliam W. Gilchrist, 1895
617It 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
618aA Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, 1844LeominsterGeorge William Martin, 1862, Harmonization by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
618bA Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, 1844ChalveyRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1868
619The Saints of God! Their Conflict PastArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1870Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
620Sunset and Evening StarAlfred, Lord Tennyson, 1889Crossing the BarSir Joseph Barnby, 1893
621When 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
622aGentle Shepherd, Thou Hast StilledGuter Hirt, du hast gestilltRev. Johann W. Meinhold, 1835, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858ConsolationFrancis Cramer, 1879
622bGentle Shepherd, Thou Hast StilledGuter Hirt, du hast gestilltRev. Johann W. Meinhold, 1835, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Meinhold“Lüneburgisches Gesangbuch,” 1686
623Now the Laborer’s Task Is O’erRev. John Ellerton, 1871RequiescatRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
624When the Day of Toil Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1870IreneRev. Clement C. Scholefield, 1874
625Asleep in Jesus! Blessed SleepMrs. Margaret Mackay, 1832Rest (Bradbury)William B. Bradbury, 1843
626One Sweetly Solemn ThoughtMiss Phoebe Cary, 1852 (Text of 1869)Gould’s ChantJohn E. Gould, 1846
627We Sing His Love, Who Once Was SlainIn Suppl. to Rev. Rowland Hill’s “Psalms and Hymns,” 1796 (ascribed to him)Rest (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
628There Is a Blessed HomeRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861The Blessed HomeSir John Stainer, 1875
629The Sands of Time Are SinkingMrs. Anne R. Cousin, 1857RutherfordArranged from Chrétien Urhan, 1834, by Edward F. Rimbault, 1867
630O What Their Joy and Their Glory Must BeO quanta qualia sunt illa SabbataPeter Abelard (1079-1142), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854Regnator OrbisArranged from François de La Feillée
631aI Heard a Sound of VoicesRev. Godfrey Thring, 1886: verse 3 arrangedPatomsHenry J. Storer, 1891
631bI Heard a Sound of VoicesRev. Godfrey Thring, 1886: verse 3 arrangedAlfordRev. John B. Dykes, 1875
632aJerusalem, My Happy HomeRev. Joseph Bromehead, 1795: (based on “F. B. P.,” in manuscript of 16th or 17th century)SouthwellHerbert S. Irons, 1861
632bJerusalem, My Happy HomeRev. Joseph Bromehead, 1795: (based on “F. B. P.,” in manuscript of 16th or 17th century)JerusalemT. Worsley Staniforth, 1866
633O Mother Dear, Jerusalem“F. B. P.,” in manuscripts of 16th or 17th centuries: verse 1, line 1, from William Prid, 1585MaternaSamuel A. Ward, 1882
634O Paradise! O Paradise!Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1862: verse 4, added in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1868Paradise (Barnby)Sir Joseph Barnby, 1866
635Forever with the Lord!James Montgomery, 1835Nearer HomeIsaac B. Woodbury, 1852, harmonization by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
636aFor Thee, O Dear, Dear CountryO bona patriaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: arr.: verse 5, recast in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1861The HomelandSir Arthur Sullivan, 1867
636bFor Thee, O Dear, Dear CountryO bona patriaSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: arr.: verse 5, recast in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1861ChignellPeter C. Edwards, Jr., 1891
637aJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aureaBernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 1, lines 5, 6, verse 2, line 2, alt.; verse 4 recast in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1861EwingAlexander Ewing, 1853
637bJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aureaBernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851: verse 1, lines 5, 6, verse 2, line 2, alt.; verse 4 recast in “Hymns Ancient and Modern,” 1861Urbs BeataGeorge F. Le Jeune, 1887
638Brief 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, 1852
639I’m but a Stranger HereRev. Thomas R. Taylor, published 1836St. Edmond (Sullivan)Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1872
640O Where Shall Rest Be FoundJames Montgomery, 1818 (text of 1825)DennisArranged from Hans G. Nägeli (1768-1836), by Lowell Mason, 1845
641aHark! Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1854: verse 4, line 3, verse 5, lines 3, 4, alteredPilgrims (Smart)Henry Smart, 1868
641bHark! 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
642Daily, Daily Sing the PraisesRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865Daily, DailyHenri F. Hemy, 1865
643aThere Is a Land of Pure DelightRev. Isaac Watts, 1707St. MargueriteRev. Edward C. Walker, 1876
643bThere Is a Land of Pure DelightRev. Isaac Watts, 1707MeditationJohn H. Gower, 1890
644aLight’s Abode, Celestial SalemJerusalem luminosaAnonymous (Latin, 15th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854: verse 1, line 2, alteredSt. HelenSir George C. Martin, 1889
644bLight’s Abode, Celestial SalemJerusalem luminosaAnonymous (Latin, 15th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854: verse 1, line 2, alteredRegent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
645While with Ceaseless Course the SunRev. John Newton, 1774BeneventoArranged from Samuel Webbe, 1782
646aStanding at the PortalMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873The New YearArthur H. Mann, 1885
646bStanding at the PortalMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1873St. AlbanArranged from F. Joseph Haydn, 1774 by Rev. John B. Dykes, 1868
647Ring Out, Wild Bells, to the Wild SkyAlfred, Lord Tennyson, 1849MozartArranged from the Kyrie in the “Twelfth Mass,” attributed to Wolfgang A. Mozart (1756-1791)
648aAt Thy Feet, Our God and FatherRev. James D. Burns, 1861CruciferHenry Smart, 1867
648bAt Thy Feet, Our God and FatherRev. James D. Burns, 1861AutumnArranged from Psalm 42 in the Genevan Psalter, 1551
649Days and Moments Quickly FlyingRev. Edward Caswall, 1858, recast in Church Hymns, 1871St. SylvesterRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
650Great God, We Sing That Mighty HandRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755GermanyWilliam Gardiner’s “Sacred Melodies,” 1815
651aFor Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton, 1841St. AustellArthur H. Brown, 1876
651bFor Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton, 1841HortonArranged from Xavier Schnyder (1786-1868)
652Praise to God, Immortal PraiseMrs. Anna L. Barbauld, 1772. Doxology (Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740) added.NurembergAltered from Johann R. Ahle, 1664
653Sing to the Lord of HarvestRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1866GreenlandArranged from J. Michael Haydn in B. Jacob’s “National Psalmody,” 1819
654aTo Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We RaiseWilliam C. Dix, 1864Golden SheavesSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
654bTo Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We RaiseWilliam C. Dix, 1864BishopgarthSir Arthur Sullivan, 1897
655Come, Ye Thankful People, ComeRev. Henry Alford, 1844 (Text of 1867)St. George’s, WindsorSir George J. Elvey, 1859
656Now Thank We All Our GodNun danket alle GottRev. Martin Rinkart, circa 1636, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Nun DanketJohann Crüger, 1647
657We Plow the Fields and ScatterWir pflügen und wir streuenMatthias Claudius, 1782, Translation by Miss Jane M. Campbell, 1861Wir PflügenJohann A. P. Schulz, 1800
658O God, Beneath Thy Guiding HandRev. Leonard Bacon, 1833 (text of 1845)WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
659God of Our Fathers, Whose Almighty HandRev. Daniel C. Roberts, 1876National HymnGeorge William Warren, 1892
660God the All-Terrible! King, Who OrdainestArranged from Henry F. Chorley, 1842, and Rev. John Ellerton, 1870Russian HymnAlexis Lwoff, 1833
661To Thee, Our God, We FlyBishop W. Walsham How, 1871St. GodricRev. John B. Dykes, 1862
662From Hands That Would Our Land DeflowerRev. Louis F. Benson, 1910 (Suggested by Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827)ElliottArranged from Lowell Mason, 1859
663O Lord of Hosts, Almighty KingOliver Wendell Homes, 1861MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
664O God of Love, O King of PeaceRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861QuebecHenry Baker, 1866
665My Country, ’Tis of TheeRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1832America“Thesaurus Musicus,” 1740, 1745
666God Bless Our Native LandGott segne SachsenlandSiegfried A. Mahlmann, 1815: the 1st 5 lines Translation by Rev. Charles T. Brooks, circa 1833: the remainder by Rev. John S. Dwight, 1844DortLowell Mason, 1832
667Great King of Nations, Hear Our PrayerRev. John H. Gurney, 1838DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
668We Pray Thee, Jesus, Who Didst FirstRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863: verse 4, line 2, alteredWrefordRev. Edmund S. Carter, 1874
669O Risen Lord Upon the ThroneRev. Louis F. Benson, 1894, 1910LouvanVirgil C. Taylor, 1847
670Christ Is Our CornerstoneAngularis fundamentumAnonymous (Latin, 7th or 8th Century), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837UnityR. Huntington Woodman, 1895: altered
671Thou, Whose Unmeasured Temple StandsWilliam Cullen Bryant, 1820St. AnneWilliam Croft, 1708
672Founded on Thee, Our Only LordRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1894MendonGerman Melody, arranged by Samuel Dyer, 1828
673aO Love Divine and GoldenRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1866BlairgowrieRev. John B. Dykes, 1872
673bO Love Divine and GoldenRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1866AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
674aThe Voice That Breathed O’er EdenRev. John Keble, 1857: verse 3, line 1; verse 6, lines 3, 4, alteredWedding-DayEdward G. McCollin, 1895
674bThe Voice That Breathed O’er EdenRev. John Keble, 1857: verse 3, line 1; verse 6, lines 3, 4, alteredSt. AlphegeHenry J. Gauntlett, 1852
675O Perfect Love, All Human Thought TranscendingDorothy F. Blomfield, 1883. Doxology (Rev. John Ellerton, 1875) addedPerfect LoveSir Joseph Barnby, 1889
676O Happy Home, Where Thou Art Loved the DearestO selig Haus, wo man Dich aufgenommenRev. Carl J. P. Spitta, 1833, Translation arranged and altered from Mrs. Sarah L. Findlater, 1858CroftonEdward, Lord Crofton, 1893
677Thou Gracious Power, Whose Mercy LendsOliver Wendell Holmes, 1869HolleyGeorge Hews, 1835
678Let Children Hear the Mighty DeedsPsalm 78, Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
679Now Rest, Ye Pilgrim HostRossiter W. Raymond, 1879 (Text of 1893)ChalveyRev. Leighton G. Hayne, 1868
680O Lord, Be with Us When We SailRev. Edward A. Dayman, 1865DundeeThe Scottish Psalter, 1615
681Eternal Father, Strong to SaveWilliam Whiting, 1860 (Text of 1869)MelitaRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
682Star of Peace to Wanderers WearyMrs. Jane C. Simpson, 1830WaveArranged by William B. Bradbury, 1844
683God Be with You Till We Meet AgainRev. Jeremiah E. Rankin, 1882God Be with YouWilliam G. Tomer, 1882
684O Thou, Before Whose PresenceRev. Samuel J. Stone, 1889WebbGeorge J. Webb, 1837
685Father, Who on Man Dost ShowerRev. Percy Dearmer, 1906Quem Pastores LaudavereArranged from a 15th century German melody, in “The English Hymnal,” 1906
686O Thou Whose Feet Have Climbed Life’s HillRev. Louis F. Benson, 1894Log CollegeGeorge William Warren, 1905
687There Is a City BrightMrs. Mary Anne S. Deck (1813-1903)City BrightJames S. Tyler, 1876
688Savior, Teach Me, Day by DayMiss Jane E. Leeson, 1842LonsdaleRev. Frederick A. J. Hervey (1846-1910)
689aNow the Day Is OverRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865MerrialSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
689bNow the Day Is OverRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865LyndhurstAnonymous in “Church Praise,” 1883
690Once in Royal David’s CityMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1848IrbyHenry J. Gauntlett, 1849
691There’s a Song in the Air!Josiah G. Holland, 1872HuldigungAlfred Reginald Allen, 1911
692Saw You Never in the TwilightMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1853The Wise MenBerthold Tours, 1881
693There Is No Name So Sweet on EarthAnonymous, circa 1858The Sweetest NameWilliam B. Bradbury, 1861
694I Think When I Read That Sweet Story of OldMrs. Jemima Luke, 1841Sweet StoryArranged by William B. Bradbury, 1859
695When, His Salvation BringingRev. John King, 1830ToursBerthold Tours, 1872
696In His Own Raiment CladRev. Edward Monro, 1864: verse 21 alteredThe Story of the CrossAlfred E Redhead (1855-1937)
697Golden Harps Are SoundingMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1871HermasMiss Frances R. Havergal, 1871
698Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead UsAnonymous in “Hymns for the Young,” 1832: verse 2, line 6; verse 4, line 4, alteredShepherdWilliam B. Bradbury, 1859
699There’s a Friend for Little ChildrenAlbert Midlane, 1859In Memoriam (Stainer)Sir John Stainer, 1875
700Hushed Was the Evening HymnRev. James D. Burns, 1857SamuelSir Arthur Sullivan, 1874
701Brightly 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, 1874
702Around the Throne of God in HeavenMrs. Anne H. Shepherd, 1836: verse 4, line 3, and refrain, alt.Children’s PraisesHenry E. Matthews, circa 1853
703Happy Town of SalemRev. Louis F. Benson, 1897Happy Town of SalemRev. George E. Martin, 1899
704Summer Suns Are GlowingBishop W. Walsham How, 1871RuthSamuel Smith, 1865
705We March, We March to VictoryRev. Gerard Moultrie, 1865: verse 1, line 2, alteredThe Good FightSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
706I Love to Tell the StoryMiss Katherine Hankey, 1866I Love to Tell the StoryWilliam G. Fischer, 1869
707Child of Sin and SorrowThomas Hastings, 1832AvaThomas Hastings, 1832
708Tell Me the Old, Old StoryMiss Katherine Hankey, 1866: refrain addedEvangelW. Howard Doane, 1869
709Lord, I Hear of Showers of BlessingMrs. Elizabeth Codner, 1860: verse 1, line 4, verse 2, line 3, alteredEven MeWilliam B. Bradbury, 1862
710What a Friend We Have in Jesus!Rev. Joseph Scriven (1820-1886)What a FriendC. Crozat Converse, 1868
711Awake, My Soul, in Joyful LaysRev. Samuel Medley, 1782Loving-KindnessRev. Joshua Leavitt’s Christian Lyre, 1830
712I Sought the Lord, and Afterward I KnewAnonymous, circa 1904ArtaviaEdward J. Hopkins, 1887
713“Yet There Is Room:” the Lamb’s Bright Hall of SongRev. Horatius Bonar, 1879CantusUzziah C. Burnap, 1895
714Today the Savior CallsRev. Samuel F. Smith, 1831, altered by Thomas Hastings (1784-1872)TodayLowell Mason, 1831
715One There Is Who Loves TheeHarry C. Ayres, 1876FleuryArranged from André’s “Chants de Archiconfrérie,” 1844
716I Need Thee Every HourMrs. Annie S. Hawks, 1872: the refrain added by Rev. Robert Lowry, 1872NeedRev. Robert Lowry, 1872
717aGod Calling Yet! Shall I Not Hear?Gott rufet noch, sollt ich nicht endlich hörenGerhard Tersteegen, 1735, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1855: recast in “Sabbath Hymn Book," 1858ClolataW. St. Clair Palmer, 1893
717bGod Calling Yet! Shall I Not Hear?Gott rufet noch, sollt ich nicht endlich hörenGerhard Tersteegen, 1735, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1855: recast in “Sabbath Hymn Book," 1858HamburgArranged from a Gregorian Chant, by Lowell Mason, 1824
718Behold! A Stranger’s at the DoorRev. Joseph Grigg, 1765: verse 4, line 3, alteredZephyrWilliam B. Bradbury, 1844
719Return, O Wanderer, ReturnRev. William B. Collyer, 1812LouvanVirgil C. Taylor, 1847
720Pass Me Not, O Gentle SaviorMrs. Frances J. Van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby), 1868Pass Me NotW. Howard Doane, 1870
721Jesus, I Will Trust TheeMrs. Mary J. Walker, 1864GoshenMiss Marchel Davis, 1847
722Today Thy Mercy Calls MeOswald Allen, 1861BlairgowrieRev. John B. Dykes, 1872
723Come to the Savior NowJohn M. Wigner, 1871InvitationFrederick C. Maker, 1881
724Safe in the Arms of JesusMrs. Frances J. Van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby), 1870Safe in the Arms of JesusW. Howard Doane, 1870
725O Happy Day, That Fixed My ChoiceRev. Philip Doddridge, published 1755Happy Day“The Wesleyan Sacred Harp,” Boston, 1855
726I Hear Thy Welcome VoiceRev. Lewis Hartsough, 1872Welcome VoiceRev. Lewis Hartsough, 1872
727I Was a Wandering SheepRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843LebanonJohn Zundel, 1855
728Evensong Is Hushed in SilenceRev. John Purchas, 1866, the refrain alteredThe St. James’s Evening HymnJohn E. Roe, circa 1865
729I Am Coming to the CrossRev. William McDonald, 1869TrustingWilliam G. Fischer, 1869
730Rescue the Perishing, Care for the DyingMrs. Frances J. Van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby), 1870Rescue the PerishingW. Howard Doane, 1870
731Thou Art My Hiding Place, O LordRev. Thomas Raffles, 1833ChesterOratory Hymns, 1868
732From the Cross Uplifted HighRev. Thomas Haweis, 1792Faithful GuideMarcus M. Wells, 1858
733He Leads Us On by Paths We Did Not KnowHiram O. Wiley, 1865ZennorFrederick C. Maker (1844-1927)
734Knocking, Knocking, Who Is There?Arranged from Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1867Knocking, KnockingGeorge F. Root, 1870