Hymnal Contents

The listing below is the contents that have been indexed from the hymnal shown below. To select the contents of a different hymnal, either select a hymnal here, or for a complete list of choices, go to the main contents page.

#TitleOriginal TitleAuthorTuneComposer
001aAwake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken, 1692Morning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1785
001bAwake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken, 1692MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
002aAll Praise to Thee, Who Safe Hast KeptBishop Thomas Ken, 1692Morning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1785
002bAll Praise to Thee, Who Safe Hast KeptBishop Thomas Ken, 1692MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
003At Thy Feet, O Christ, We LayRev. William Bright, 1867HeathlandsHenry Smart, 1867
004At Thy Feet, Our Lord and FatherRev. James D. Burns, 1867All Saints (later form)Cologne, 1741
005Christ, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley, 1740RatisbonRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
006Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I GoRev. Charles Wesley, 1749St. LukeJohann Friedrich Lampe, 1746
007Let the Morn Be HolyJ. Ffolliott, 1890North CoatesRev. Timothy Richard Matthews, 1862
008Lord, Hear the Voice of My ComplaintTate and Brady, New Version, 1696HowardMrs. Elizabeth Cuthbert, 1844
009aNew Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1822St. MonicaMrs. Joseph Robinson, 1868
009bNew Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1822MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
009cNew Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1822St. LukeJohann Friedrich Lampe, 1746
010aNow Doth the Sun Ascend the SkyJam lucis orto sidereFrom the Latin, 8th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849ElyBishop Thomas Turton, 1844
010bNow Doth the Sun Ascend the SkyJam lucis orto sidereFrom the Latin, 8th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849Jam LucisAncient Melody
011O Jesu, Lord of Heavenly GraceSplendor paternae gloriaeFrom the Latin of St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
012Through All the Dangers of the NightRev. Thomas Kelly, 1804BishopthorpeAscribed to Jeremiah Clarke (circa 1669-1707)
013Abide with Me; Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry Francis Lyte, 1847EventideWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
014aAgain, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1859Malta (First Version)American Melody
014bAgain, as Evening’s Shadow FallsRev. Samuel Longfellow, 1859Malta (Second Version)American Melody
015All Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1692Tallis’ CanonThomas Tallis, circa 1567
016As Darker, Darker Fall AroundHymns of the Spirit, 1864Song 67Orlando Gibbons, 1623, Mean parts by Charles H. Kitson (1874-1944)
017As Now the Sun’s Declining RaysLabente jam solis rotaFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837St. ColumbaOld Irish Hymn Melody
018At Even, when the Sun Did SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868AngelusGeorg Joseph, 1657
019aGod, Who Madest Earth and Heaven1st verse, Bishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826), 2nd verse, Archbishop Richard Whately, 1838NutfieldWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
019bGod, Who Madest Earth and Heaven1st verse, Bishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826), 2nd verse, Archbishop Richard Whately, 1838UpsalJohann Crüger, 1647
020aGod the Father, Be Thou NearGeorge Rawson, 1858HorshamEnglish Traditional Melody
020bGod the Father, Be Thou NearGeorge Rawson, 1858St. DunstanRichard Redhead, 1853
020cGod the Father, Be Thou NearGeorge Rawson, 1858PeacefieldOld Irish Lullaby, Arranged by Rev. David F. R. Wilson (1871-1957)
021Hear Our Prayer, O Heavenly FatherMiss Harriet Parr, 1856Omni DieW. Corner, 1631, Arranged by William Smith Rockstro (1823-1895)
022aGreat God, Who Knowest Each Man’s NeedEmily (Sellwood), Lady Tennyson, 1885Bide with usLeipsic, 1589, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
022bGreat God, Who Knowest Each Man’s NeedEmily (Sellwood), Lady Tennyson, 1885Deus AltissimusRev. Ernest H. Whelan, 1890
023Hail, Gladdening Light, of His Pure Glory PouredFrom the Greek, One of the earliest Christian Hymns extant, Translation by Rev. John Keble, 1834SebasteSir John Stainer, 1875
024aHoly Father, Cheer Our WayRev. Richard Hayes Robinson, 1869VesperSir John Stainer, 1875
024bHoly Father, Cheer Our WayRev. Richard Hayes Robinson, 1869IrenéRev. Clement Cotterill Scholefield, 1874
025Now God Be with Us, for the Night Is ClosingDie Nacht ist kommen drin wir ruhen sollenFrom the German of Rev. Petrus Herbert, 1566, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1863Diva ServatrixBayeux Church Melody
026aNight’s Shadows Falling Men to Rest Are CallingRev. Arthur Tozer Russell, 1851Christe SanctorumMelody from La Feillée, 1782
026bNight’s Shadows Falling Men to Rest Are CallingRev. Arthur Tozer Russell, 1851Integer VitaeFriedrich F. Flemming, 1811
027O Christ, Who Art the Light and DayChriste, qui lux es et diesFrom the Latin, circa 4th century, Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland, 1848St. VenantiusRouen Church Melody
028aSun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820AbendsSir Herbert Stanley Oakeley, 1874
028bSun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820StillorganVienna, circa 1750, Melodia Sacra, Dublin, 1844
029aO Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick William Faber, 1852St. MatthiasWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
029bO Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1852BenedictionRev. Charles John Dickinson, 1863
030aO Strength and Stay Upholding All CreationRerum Deus tenax vigorFrom the Latin of St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Ellerton and Rev. Fenton J. A. Hort, 1871Londonderry AirTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Rev. R. Arthur Oulton (1883-1918)
030bO Strength and Stay Upholding All CreationRerum Deus tenax vigorFrom the Latin of St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Ellerton and Rev. Fenton J. A. Hort, 1871Londonderry AirTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Thomas Richard Gonzalvez Jozé, 1912
030cO Strength and Stay Upholding All CreationRerum Deus tenax vigorFrom the Latin of St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Ellerton and Rev. Fenton J. A. Hort, 1871Strength and StayRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
031Savior, Breathe an Evening BlessingJames Edmeston, 1820LuganoItalian Chorale
032The Day Is Gently Sinking to a CloseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862CartmelHenry Smart, 1872
033aThe Day Is Past and OverFrom the Greek, circa 700, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853St. AnatoliusRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1862
033bThe Day Is Past and OverFrom the Greek, circa 700, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853St. JeromeMainzer Choralbuch, 1661
034aThe Day, O Lord, Is SpentRev. John Mason Neale, 1842DrumcondraRev. David F. R. Wilson (1871-1957)
034bThe Day, O Lord, Is SpentRev. John Mason Neale, 1842EmmausSir Joseph Barnby, 1862
035aThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870St. Clement of AlexandriaRev. Clement Cotterill Scholefield, 1874
035bThe Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is EndedRev. John Ellerton, 1870JoldwyndsSir Charles Villiers Stanford, 1904
036aThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864St. GabrielRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, 1868
036bThe Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864St. EthelburgaRev. Henry James Poole, 1867
037The Sun Is Sinking FastSol praeceps rapiturFrom the Latin, circa 1800, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1858VespersSir Robert Prescott Stewart, 1876
038Through the Day Thy Love Hath Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806HimmelFriedrich Heinrich Himmel (1765-1814)
039aSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866EllersEdward John Hopkins, 1867
039bSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866Pax DeiRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1868
040aTwilight Is StealingMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1890Ancilla DominiT. Hastings H. Crossley, 1890
040bTwilight Is StealingMrs. Cecil F. Alexander, 1890LeyburnCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
041Ere the Hour of Worship ClosesAnonymousCranleighB. Warburton Rooke, 1905
042aFather, While We Kneel Before TheeAnonymousGlencullenWilliam H. Gater, 1902
042bFather, While We Kneel Before TheeAnonymousWicklowB. Warburton Rooke, 1905
043Lead Me, Lord, Lead Me in Thy RighteousnessAnonymousPraise the Lord, O My SoulSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1861 from the anthem, “Praise the Lord, O My Soul”
044Lord, Keep Us Safe This NightRev. John Leland (1754-1841)In MemoriamSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1866
045Now, Father, We CommendAnonymousSt. GilesRev. Austin E. Lord (1812-?)
046O Savior, Ere We PartAnonymousEghamWilliam Turner (1651-1740), Harmonization by Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
047aO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862WordsworthWilliam Henry Monk, 1865
047bO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
047cO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Dies DominicaRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1871
048On This Day, the First of DaysDie parente temporumFrom the Latin, 1748 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861LübeckJohann A. Freylinghausen, 1704
049Servants of God, AwakeMiss Elizabeth Scott, 1769, and Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1810Croft’s 148thWilliam Croft, 1709
050aSweet Is the Work, My God, My KingRev. Isaac Watts, 1719WaltonWilliam Gardiner’s Sacred Melodies, 1815
050bSweet Is the Work, My God, My KingRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Gonfalon RoyalPercy C. Buck, 1905
051This Day, at Thy Creating WordBishop William Walsham How, 1854WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
052aThis Is the Day of Light!Rev. John Ellerton, 1867GalwayEdward Miller, 1790
052bThis Is the Day of Light!Rev. John Ellerton, 1867SelmaMelody of the Isle of Arran, N. B.
053aAnd Now This Holy DayRev. Edward Harland, 1876PalmerstonCharles George Marchant, 1890
053bAnd Now This Holy DayRev. Edward Harland, 1876Quam DilectaBishop Henry L. Jenner, 1861
054Our Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1871SellindgeJohn Hullah, 1867
055aO Jesu, Crucified for ManBishop William Walsham How, 1871KebleRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
055bO Jesu, Crucified for ManBishop William Walsham How, 1871ElthamGawthorn’s Harmonia Perfecta, 1730
056Almighty God, Thy Word Is CastRev. John Cawood, 1815St. StephenRev. William Jones, 1789
057And Now the Wants Are Told That BroughtRev. William Bright, 1865KentSamuel Stanley, circa 1800
058Life nor Death Shall Us DisseverBishop Reginald Heber, 1827HeberAnonymous
059aLord! Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingAnonymous, 1773Dismissal, or KingstownWilliam L. Viner, circa 1850
059bLord! Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingAnonymous, 1773St. RaphaelEdward John Hopkins, 1862
060May the Grace of Christ Our SaviorRev. John Newton, 1779Rousseau’s DreamJean Jacques Rousseau, 1753
061Now May He Who from the DeadRev. John Newton, 1779BucklandRev. Leighton George Hayne, 1863
062Now to Him Who Loved Us, Gave UsSamuel Miller Waring, 1826St. ThomasAnonymous, circa 1751
063Of Thy Love Some Gracious TokenRev. Thomas Kelly, 1802BethesdaHenry Smart, 1867
064aOn What Has Now Been SownRev. John Newton, 1779St. GodricRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1862
064bOn What Has Now Been SownRev. John Newton, 1779Croft’s 148thWilliam Croft, 1709
065aCome, Thou Long-Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744HyfrydolRowland Hugh Prichard (1811-1887)
065bCome, Thou Long-Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744ExpectationFelix Mendelssohn, 1841
065cCome, Thou Long-Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744Sicilian MarinersSicilian Melody, Herder’s Collection, 1776
066Day of Wrath! O Day of Mourning!Dies irae, dies illaFrom the Latin of Thomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Rev. William J. Irons, 1848JudiciumPercy C. Buck, 1905
067Great God, What Do I See and Hear!Rev. William B. Collyer, 1802, and others, 1812LutherWittenberg, 1529
068aHark! A Thrilling Voice Is SoundingEn clara vox redarguitFrom the Latin, circa 10th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849AtonementRev. George W. Torrance, 1864
068bHark! A Thrilling Voice Is SoundingEn clara vox redarguitFrom the Latin, circa 10th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849St. AmbroseRev. John Bacchus Dykes (1823-1876)
069Hark the Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735NottinghamJeremiah Clarke (1670-1707)
070Hark, ’Tis the Watchman’s CryAnonymous, 1859VigilArthur Patton, 1873
071Light of Those Whose Dreary DwellingRev. Charles Wesley, 1746St. NicolasRichard Redhead, 1853
072aLo! He Comes; with Clouds DescendingRev. John Cennick, 1752, and Rev. Charles Wesley, 1760HelmsleyAdapted by Rev. Thomas Olivers, 1765
072bLo! He Comes; with Clouds DescendingRev. John Cennick, 1752, and Rev. Charles Wesley, 1760St. ThomasAnonymous, circa 1751
073O Come, O Come, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelFrom the Latin of the Advent Antiphons, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854Veni EmmanuelOld Melody, Hymnal Noted, 1854
074O Very God of Very GodRev. John Mason Neale, 1846St. Mary MagdaleneRichard Redhead, 1853
075Oh! Quickly Come, Dread Judge of AllRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1854The Lord’s Prayer or Old 112thLutheran Melody, Psalmes, 1558
076On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s CryFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin 1736 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Winchester NewAnonymous, Hamburg, 1690
077Wake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf, ruft uns die StimmeFrom the German of Rev. Philipp Nicolai, 1597, Translation by Rev. William Cooke, 1871Sleepers WakeRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1597, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
078aWhen Shades of Night Around Us CloseIn noctis umbra desidesFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861BreslauLeipzig, 1625
078bWhen Shades of Night Around Us CloseIn noctis umbra desidesFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861Santa TrinitaEmilio V. Pieraccini, 1848
079Blessed Night, When First That PlainRev. Horatius Bonar, 1857TyhollandOld Carol Melody, adapted by Rev. David F. R. Wilson (1871-1957)
080Angels, from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1816LewesJohn Randall, circa 1774
081Christians, Awake, Salute the Happy MornJohn Byrom, circa 1749YorkshireJohn Wainwright, circa 1749
082From East to West, from Shore to ShoreA solis ortus cardineFrom the Latin of Caelius Sedulius, died circa 450, Translation by Rev. John Ellerton, 1871Puer Nobis NasciturOld Carol Melody, from Musae Sioniae, Michael Pretorius, 1605
083O Little Town of BethlehemBishop Phillips Brooks, 1866Forest GreenEnglish Traditional Melody
084Hark! The Herald-Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1739ChristmasFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 1840
085aIt Came Upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund Hamilton Sears, 1849NoelTraditional Air, adapted by Sir Arthur S. Sullivan, 1874
085bIt Came Upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund Hamilton Sears, 1849St. SilvesterSir Joseph Barnby, 1867
086O Come, All Ye FaithfulAdeste fidelesLatin, 18th century, Anonymous, Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1841Adeste FidelesAnonymous, 18th century
087Of the Father’s Love BegottenCorde natus ex ParentisFrom the Latin of Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (circa 348-413), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1861Corde natus ex parentisOld Melody, 12th century
088Whence Those Sounds SymphoniousRev. Thomas Kelly, 1820NativityRev. George William Torrance, 1864
089aWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1700Winchester OldEste’s Psalter, 1592
089bWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1700BethlehemFrom Matthias Claudius, 1842
090Word Supreme, Before CreationRev. John Keble, 1857Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
091Glory to Thee, O LordMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1851NarenzaOld Melody, 1587, adapted by Rev. William H. Havergal, 1847
092A Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, 1843Leominster, or St. BasilGeorge William Martin, 1862
093aAnother Year Is Dawning!Miss Frances Ridley Havergal, 1874St. VictorRichard Redhead, 1853
093bAnother Year Is Dawning!Miss Frances Ridley Havergal, 1874BartonJustin H. Knecht, 1793
094aDays and Moments Quickly FlyingRev. Edward Caswall, 1858St. SylvesterRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1862
094bDays and Moments Quickly FlyingRev. Edward Caswall, 1858Omni DieW. Corner, 1631, Arranged by William Smith Rockstro (1823-1895)
095Father, Let Me DedicateRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1864Father, Let Me DedicateSir George Alexander Macfarren, 1875
096For Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton, 1839Song 13Orlando Gibbons, 1623
097Met at This Most Solemn TimeRev. Edward H. Jackson, 1875Mill LaneSt. Alban’s Tune Book, 1866
098The Year Is Gone Beyond RecallLapsus est annusLatin, 17th century, Gallican, Translation by Rev. Francis Pott (1832-1909)NorthamptonWilliam Croft (1678-1727)
099Jesus! Name of Wondrous Love!Bishop William Walsham How, 1854St. ClaireFrench Melody
100As with Gladness Men of OldWilliam Chatterton Dix, 1860DixConrad Kocher, 1838
101Brightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811St. NinianRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1857
102Earth Has Many a Noble CityO sola magnarum urbiumFrom the Latin of Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (circa 348-413), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849St. AntholinChristian Friedrich Witt, Gotha, 1715
103From the Eastern MountainsRev. Godfrey Thring, 1874UpwickRev. Walter Grenville Whinfield, 1906
104aSongs of Thankfulness and PraiseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862St. EdmundCharles Steggall, 1849
104bSongs of Thankfulness and PraiseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862MaidstoneWalter Bond Gilbert, 1862
105aThe People That in Darkness SatRev. John Morrison, 1770Dundee, or FrenchScottish Psalter, 1615
105bThe People That in Darkness SatRev. John Morrison, 1770Dundee, or FrenchScottish Psalter, 1615, Harmonization by Thomas Ravenscroft, 1621
106What Star Is This, with Beams So Bright?Quae stella sole pulchriorFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837St. VenantiusRouen Church Melody
107In Stature Grows the Heavenly ChildDivine crescebas puerFrom the Latin of Jean Baptiste de Santeuil, 1689, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Song 67Orlando Gibbons, 1623, Mean parts by Charles H. Kitson (1874-1944)
108aForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856, and Rev. Francis Pott, 1861HeinleinM. H., Nuremburg, 1676
108bForty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan, 1856, and Rev. Francis Pott, 1861HeinleinM. H., Nuremburg, 1676, alternate setting
109aHave Mercy, Lord, on MeTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696St. BrideSamuel Howard, 1762
109bHave Mercy, Lord, on MeTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696CarlisleCharles Lockhart, 1792
110In the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery, 1834BohemiaMelody from Laus Tibi Christe, 14th century
111Lord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams, 1842St. PhilipWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
112O Jesu, Thou Didst ConsecrateJesu, quadragenariæAscribed to St. Hilary, circa 356, Translation by John W. Hewett, 1859HerefordRev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley, 1861
113My Sins Have Taken Such a Hold on MeRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1866St. GuthlacCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
114aNo; Not DespairinglyRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866St. WerburghSir Robert Prescott Stewart, 1874
114bNo; Not DespairinglyRev. Horatius Bonar, 1866SouthgateThomas Bishop Southgate, circa 1855
115aO Jesu! Lord Most MercifulRev. James Hamilton, 1862Thanks be to GodMelody from Bartholomaeus Gesius, 1605
115bO Jesu! Lord Most MercifulRev. James Hamilton, 1862DunleckneyRev. William Smyth Willcocks, 1909
116O Kind Creator, Bow Thine EarAudi, benigne conditorAscribed to St. Gregory the Great, 6th century, Translation by Rev. Thomas A. Lacey, 1906PlaistowMagdalen Hymns, 1760
117O Lord, Turn Not Away Thy FaceRev. John Marckant, Old Version, 1560St. MaryArchdeacon Prys’ Welsh Psalter, 1621
118aSinful, Sighing to Be BlestRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1857ShoreditchWilliam Boyce (1710-1779)
118bSinful, Sighing to Be BlestRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1857St. ColumbArthur Henry Brown, 1878
119When My Lip ConfessesMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1890Eripe meT. Hastings H. Crossley, 1890
120All Glory, Laud, and HonorGloria, laus et honorFrom the Latin of St. Theodulf of Orleans (circa 750-821), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851St. Theodulph16th Century
121Ride On, Ride On in MajestyRev. Henry Hart Milman, 1827Winchester NewHamburg, 1690
122Glory Be to JesusViva! Viva! GesùItalian, 18th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1857CaswallFriedrich Filitz, 1847
123Lord, Through This Holy Week of Our SalvationRev. William Henry Draper, 1898L’OmnipotentMelody by Louis Bourgeois, 1546
124aMy Lord, My Master, at Thy Feet AdoringEst-ce vous que je vois?From the French of Rev. Jacques Bridaine, 1765, Translation by Rev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1887WoodlynnSir John Stainer, 1889
124bMy Lord, My Master, at Thy Feet AdoringEst-ce vous que je vois?From the French of Rev. Jacques Bridaine, 1765, Translation by Rev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1887Psalm 12Melody by Louis Bourgeois, 1551
125aSweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. Walter Shirley, 1757Cross of JesusSir John Stainer, 1887
125bSweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. Walter Shirley, 1757ContemplationFrom Psalm 13, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 1841
126Weep Not for Him Who Onward BearsRev. Thomas Benson Pollock, 1870BurfordAttributed to Henry Purcell (1658-1695)
127When I Survey the Wondrous CrossRev. Isaac Watts, 1707RockinghamEdward Miller, 1790
128aWhen My Love to Christ Grows WeakRev. John R. Wreford, 1837, and Rev. Samuel Longfellow, 1848HeinleinM. H., Nuremburg, 1676, alternate setting
128bWhen My Love to Christ Grows WeakRev. John R. Wreford, 1837, and Rev. Samuel Longfellow, 1848HeinleinM. H., Nuremburg, 1676
129Forgive Them, O My FatherMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875St. MargaretRev. William Statham, 1875
130O Word of Pity, for Our Pardon PleadingMiss Ada R. Greenaway, 1904IntercessorSir C. Hubert H. Parry, 1904
131aLord, When Thy Kingdom Comes, Remember MeArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875Pax DeiRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1868
131bLord, When Thy Kingdom Comes, Remember MeArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875DalkeithThomas Hewlett, 1866
132At the Cross Her Station KeepingStabat Mater dolorosaFrom the Latin of 13th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849, and othersStabat MaterOld Melody, 1661
133aThroned Upon the Awful TreeRev. John Ellerton, 1875ArfonWelsh Hymn Melody
133bThroned Upon the Awful TreeRev. John Ellerton, 1875GethsemaneRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, 1868
134His Are the Thousand Sparkling RillsMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875Saffron WaldenArthur Henry Brown, 1890
135O Perfect Life of Love!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1875SouthwellDamon’s Psalter, 1579
136And Now, Beloved Lord, Thy Soul ResigningMrs. Eliza Sibbald Alderson, 1875St. WinifredRev. John Bacchu Dykes, 1857
137aGo to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1820GethsemaneRev. Sir F. A. Gore Ouseley, 1868
137bGo to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1820GethsemaneAdapted from Christopher Tye (circa 1497-1572)
137cGo to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1820Redhead, No. 76 (Petra)Richard Redhead, 1853
138O Come and Mourn with Me AwhileRev. Frederick William Faber, 1849St. CrossRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
139aO Sacred Head, SurroundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861Passion ChoraleHans Leo Hassler, 1601, Set by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1729
139bO Sacred Head, SurroundedO Haupt voll Blut und WundenAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861Passion Chorale (Alternative Version)Hans Leo Hassler, 1601, Set by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1729, in the Passion according to St. Matthew
140See the Destined Day Arise!Bishop Richard Mant, 1837St. DunstanRichard Redhead, 1853
141By Jesus’ Grave on Either HandRev. Isaac Gregory Smith, 1855St. LoOld Breton Hymn
142aLord Jesus, Who, Our Souls to SaveDer du, Herr Jesu, Ruh und RastFrom the German of Georg Werner, 1638, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Jam lucisAncient Melody
142bLord Jesus, Who, Our Souls to SaveDer du, Herr Jesu, Ruh und RastFrom the German of Georg Werner, 1638, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858Cantata 122Melchior Vulpius, 1609
143Weeping as They Go Their WayRev. William Stearne Raymond, 1855ConsolationBremen, 1639
144A Brighter Dawn Is BreakingRev. Percy Dearmer, 1906SelneccerSelneccer’s Psalms, 1587
145aAt the Lamb’s High Feast We SingAd regias Agni dapesRev. Robert Campbell, 1850, based on an old Latin hymnAntiochFrom Freylinghausen, 1704
145bAt the Lamb’s High Feast We SingAd regias Agni dapesRev. Robert Campbell, 1850, based on an old Latin hymnBethanyHenry Smart, 1867
146Christ is Risen! Hallelujah!Rev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1863SeagoeCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
147Christ the Lord Is Risen TodayRev. Charles Wesley, 1739NassauDresden, 1694
148Hallelujah! Hallelujah!Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Lux EoiSir Arthur S. Sullivan, 1874
149He Is Risen, He Is RisenMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1862HopeAnonymous
150On Wings of Living LightBishop William Walsham How, 1872EnsorA. Raymond Wilmot, 1915
151Jesus Christ Is Risen TodaySurrexit Christus hodieLyra Davidica, London, 1708, based on Latin Hymn, 14th centuryEaster HymnBassa, Engadine, 1684
152aJesus Lives! Thy Terrors NowJesus lebt, mit ihm auch ichFrom the German of Christian Fürchtegott Gellert, 1757, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841GlastonburyRichard Redhead, 1853
152bJesus Lives! Thy Terrors NowJesus lebt, mit ihm auch ichFrom the German of Christian Fürchtegott Gellert, 1757, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841St. AlbinusHenry J. Gauntlett, circa 1851
153Lift Your Glad Voices in Triumph on HighRev. Henry Ware, Jr., 1817WensleyCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
154O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing!O filii et filiaeFrom the Latin of Jean Tisserand (?-1494), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851O Filii et FiliaeModern form of old French Melody, circa 1492
155aOn the Resurrection MorningRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1864HornseySamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
155bOn the Resurrection MorningRev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1864MansfieldEdmund Hart Turpin, 1875
156Our Lord Christ Hath Risen!Archbishop Lord William C. Plunket, 1873ZörbigThomas Selle, 1655
157The Day of Resurrection!From the Greek of St. John of Damascus, circa 750, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1853St. Theodulph16th Century
158The Strife Is O’er, the Battle WonFinita jam sunt præliaFrom the Latin, 12th century, Translation by Rev. Francis Pott, 1861VictoryFrom Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1526-1594)
159aThe Happy Morn Is Come!Rev. Thomas Haweis, 1791ChristchurchCharles Steggall, 1865
159bThe Happy Morn Is Come!Rev. Thomas Haweis, 1791Overtoncirca 1791
160The Foe Behind, the Deep BeforeRev. John Mason Neale, 1853Barnby’s ChantSir Joseph Barnby, 1871
161aLord, in Thy Name Thy Servants PleadRev. John Keble, 1856UniversityCollection of Psalms, Cambridge, circa 1790
161bLord, in Thy Name Thy Servants PleadRev. John Keble, 1856St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
162Hail the Day That Sees Him RiseRev. Charles Wesley, 1739LlanfairWelsh Hymn Melody
163aRedeemer! Now Thy Work Is DoneOpus peregisti tuumFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837TruroPsalmodia Evangelica, 1789
163bRedeemer! Now Thy Work Is DoneOpus peregisti tuumFrom the Latin of Charles Coffin, 1736 (Gallican), Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Winchester NewAnonymous, Hamburg, 1690
164See, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Rex gloriæHenry Smart, 1868
165aThe Golden Gates Are Lifted UpMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1858WeybridgeCharles E. Miller, 1896
165bThe Golden Gates Are Lifted UpMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1858St. PeterAlexander Robert Reinagle, 1836
166aThou Art Gone Up on HighMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1852OlivetRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1870
166bThou Art Gone Up on HighMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1852Spring SongSchemelli’s Gesangbuch, 1736, Arranged by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
167Come, Holy Spirit, ComeRev. Joseph Hart, 1759Mount EphraimBenjamin Milgrove, 1769
168aCome, Holy Ghost, Our Souls InspireVeni, Creator SpiritusFrom the Latin, ascribed to Rabanus Maurus (776-856), Translation by Bishop John Cosin, 1627Veni, Creator SpiritusFrom Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (?-1594)
168bCome, Holy Ghost, Our Souls InspireVeni, Creator SpiritusFrom the Latin, ascribed to Rabanus Maurus (776-856), Translation by Bishop John Cosin, 1627AttwoodThomas Attwood, 1831
168cCome, Holy Ghost, Our Souls InspireVeni, Creator SpiritusFrom the Latin, ascribed to Rabanus Maurus (776-856), Translation by Bishop John Cosin, 1627Veni, Creator SpiritusAncient Plainsong
169Our Blest Redeemer, Ere He BreathedMiss Harriet Auber, 1829St. CuthbertRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
170aCreator Spirit! by Whose AidVeni, Creator SpiritusJohn Dryden, 1693, Based on Veni, Creator Spiritus, ascribed to Rabanus Maurus (776-856)BrecknockSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
170bCreator Spirit! by Whose AidVeni, Creator SpiritusJohn Dryden, 1693, Based on Veni, Creator Spiritus, ascribed to Rabanus Maurus (776-856)MelitaRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
171When God of Old Came Down from HeavenRev. John Keble, 1827Winchester OldEste’s Psalter, 1592
172All Praise to God the FatherMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1890BentleyJohn Hullah, 1866
173Three in One, and One in ThreeGilbert Rorison, 1849CapetownAdapted from a Chorale by Friedrich Filitz, 1847
174aCaptains of the Saintly BandCaelestis aulae principesFrom the Latin of Jean Baptiste de Santeuil, 1686, Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker (1821-1877)St. PatrickThomas R. Gonzalvez Jozé, 1908
174bCaptains of the Saintly BandCaelestis aulae principesFrom the Latin of Jean Baptiste de Santeuil, 1686, Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker (1821-1877)University CollegeHenry John Gauntlett, 1852
175aFor All the Saints, Who from Their Labors RestBishop William Walsham How, 1864For All the SaintsSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
175bFor All the Saints, Who from Their Labors RestBishop William Walsham How, 1864Sine NomineRalph Vaughan Williams, 1906
176For All Thy Saints, O LordBishop Richard Mant, 1837CarlisleCharles Lockhart, 1792
177aHark, the Sound of Holy VoicesBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862SanctuaryRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1871
177bHark, the Sound of Holy VoicesBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862DeerhurstJames Langran, 1863
178aHow Bright Those Glorious Spirits ShineRev. Isaac Watts, 1707, and othersBromsgroveWilliams, Psalmodia Evangelica, 1789
178bHow Bright Those Glorious Spirits ShineRev. Isaac Watts, 1707, and othersBeatitudoRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
179Oh! What, if We Are Christ’sRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1852St. MichaelEste’s Psalter, 1592
180The Saints of God! Their Conflict PastArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1869RestSir John Stainer, 1873
181aThe Eternal Gifts of Christ the KingAeterna Christi munera, ApostolorumFrom the Latin, ascribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1852, and othersAeterna Christi muneraPlainsong, before 15th century
181bThe Eternal Gifts of Christ the KingAeterna Christi munera, ApostolorumFrom the Latin, ascribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1852, and othersBrockhamJeremiah Clarke (1670-1707)
182The Son of God Goes Forth to WarBishop Reginald Heber, 1827St. AnnWilliam Croft, 1708
183What Are These in Bright Array?James Montgomery, 1819ThanksgivingWalter Bond Gilbert, 1862
184aWho Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes Throne?From the German of Rev. Heinrich T. Schenck, circa 1720, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841All SaintsDarmstadt, 1698
184bWho Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes Throne?From the German of Rev. Heinrich T. Schenck, circa 1720, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox, 1841HimmelFriedrich Heinrich Himmel (1765-1814)
185From All Thy Saints in WarfareHoratio, Earl Nelson, 1863King’s LynnEnglish Traditional Melody
186O Thou Who Didst, with Love UntoldMrs. Emma L. Toke, 1851, and William DentonTallis’ OrdinalThomas Tallis, 1567
187In His Temple Now Behold HimRev. Henry John Pye, 1852Alleluia, dulce carmen(?) Samuel Webbe, 1782
188Bishop of the Souls of MenRev. Gerard Moultrie, 1867RatisbonRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
189Praise We the Lord This DayAnonymous, 1846FranconiaMelody by Johann Balthazar König, 1738, arranged by Rev. William H. Havergal (1793-1870)
190We Praise Thy Grace, O SaviorBishop William Walsham How, 1871St. AlphegeHenry John Gauntlett, 1848
191The Son of Consolation!Mrs. Maud Coote, 1871St. AnselmSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
192aForsaken Once, and Thrice DeniedMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875IsleworthMelody by Samuel Howard (1710-1782)
192bForsaken Once, and Thrice DeniedMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875Saffron WaldenArthur Henry Brown, 1890
193For All Thy Saints, a Noble ThrongMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1875St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
194O Master, It Is Good to BeRev. Arthur Penryhn Stanley, 1870Cantate DominoSir Joseph Barnby, 1872
195’Tis Good, Lord, to Be Here!Rev. Joseph Armitage Robinson, 1904St. ThomasWilliams’ Psalmody, 1770
196aUpon the Holy Mount They StoodBishop William Walsham How, 1871SudeleySir John Stainer, 1868
196bUpon the Holy Mount They StoodBishop William Walsham How, 1871St. FulbertHenry John Gauntlett, 1852
197King of Saints, to Whom the NumberRev. John Ellerton, 1871St. AmbroseRev. John Bacchus Dykes (1823-1876)
198Behold, the Master Passeth By!Bishop William Walsham How, 1871BreslauLeipsic, 1625
199aHark, Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick William Faber, 1854PilgrimsHenry Smart, 1868
199bHark, Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick William Faber, 1854Voces AngelicæSir Joseph Barnby, 1868
199cHark, Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick William Faber, 1854Pilgrims of the NightSwiss Melody
200aThey Come, God’s Messengers of LoveRev. Robert Campbell, 1850St. GregoryNuremburg, 1684
200bThey Come, God’s Messengers of LoveRev. Robert Campbell, 1850Song 34, or AngelsOrlando Gibbons, 1623, Mean parts by Charles H. Kitson (1874-1944)
201What Thanks and Praise to Thee We OweArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1873MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
202According to Thy Gracious WordJames Montgomery, 1825GloucesterFrom an Anthem, School of Christopher Tye, circa 1560
203Forgive, O Lord, Our Wanderings PastAnonymous, 1796St. MatthiasWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
204And Now, O Father, Mindful of the LoveRev. William Bright, 1873Unde et memoresWilliam Henry Monk, 1875
205Author of Life DivineRev. John Wesley, 1745Author of LifeSir John Stainer, 1875
206aBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857RiseholmeHenry John Gauntlett, 1848
206bBy Christ Redeemed, in Christ RestoredGeorge Rawson, 1857TimeSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
207aBe Still, My Soul! For God Is NearArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1873TibbertonCharles Lee Williams, 1903
207bBe Still, My Soul! For God Is NearArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1873St. SepulcherGeorge Cooper, 1862
208aBread of Heaven, on Thee We FeedJosiah Conder, 1824NiemburgJohann Sebastian Bach, 1769
208bBread of Heaven, on Thee We FeedJosiah Conder, 1824Bread of HeavenArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875
209aBread of the World, in Mercy BrokenBishop Reginald Heber, 1827SanctuaryRev. Charles John Dickinson, 1861
209bBread of the World, in Mercy BrokenBishop Reginald Heber, 1827Rendez à dieuGenevan Psalter, 1543
210aHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855Song 22Orlando Gibbons, 1623, Mean parts by Charles H. Kitson (1874-1944)
210bHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855St. AgnesJames Langran, 1861
210cHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceRev. Horatius Bonar, 1855EucharisticaSir Robert Prescott Stewart, 1874
211I Am Not Worthy, Holy LordRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1875LeicesterWilliam Hurst, 1875
212aI Hunger and I ThirstRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1866Psalm 32Henry Lawes, 1648
212bI Hunger and I ThirstRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1866Dolomite ChantAustrian Melody
213Jesus, to Thy Table LedRev. Robert Hall Baynes, 1863St. PhilipWilliam Henry Monk, 1861
214aJesu, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts!Jesu, Dulcedo cordiumAscribed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Christe, Redemptor omniumSarum, 13th century, Mode i
214bJesu, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts!Jesu, Dulcedo cordiumAscribed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858Jam LucisAncient Melody
214cJesu, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts!Jesu, Dulcedo cordiumAscribed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1782
215aLamb of God, Whose Dying LoveRev. Charles Wesley, 1745Mariae FiliusRev. John Bacchus Dykes (1823-1876)
215bLamb of God, Whose Dying LoveRev. Charles Wesley, 1745St. DunstanRichard Redhead, 1853
215cLamb of God, Whose Dying LoveRev. Charles Wesley, 1745Lew TrenchardEnglish Traditional Melody
216Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly SplendorRev. George Hugh Bourne, 1875Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1867
217aMy God, and Is Thy Table Spread?Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755RockinghamEdward Miller, 1790
217bMy God, and Is Thy Table Spread?Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755ZenasHenry Thomas Dix, 1864
218Lord, When Before Thy Throne We MeetRev. Tressilian George Nicholas, 1838PalmyraJoseph Summers, 1863
219‘Till He Come’– O Let the WordsBishop Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1861Ave hierarchia15th century melody
220O King of Mercy, from Thy Throne on HighRev. Thomas Rawson Birks, 1874Coena DominiSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1874
221O Lord of Love! O King of Peace!Rev. Jesse Brett, 1893HawesCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
222O Thou Who at Thy Eucharist Didst PrayWilliam Henry Turton, 1881Sacramentum UnitatisCharles Harford Lloyd, 1875
223Once, Only Once, and Once for AllRev. William Bright, 1866AlbanoVincent Novello, 1800
224aSweet Feast of Love DivineSir Edward Denny, 1839KerryJoseph Jowett, 1823
224bSweet Feast of Love DivineSir Edward Denny, 1839AgapéJohn Baptiste Calkin, 1872
225aThe Heavenly Word Proceeding ForthVerbum supernum prodiensFrom the Latin of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1263, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854EalingSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1868
225bThe Heavenly Word Proceeding ForthVerbum supernum prodiensFrom the Latin of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1263, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854Hymnus EucharisticusBenjamin Rogers, circa 1670
226aO Saving Victim, Opening WideO Salutaris HostiaFrom the Latin of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1263, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854VetterDaniel Vetter, circa 1713, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
226bO Saving Victim, Opening WideO Salutaris HostiaFrom the Latin of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1263, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854Hymnus EucharisticusBenjamin Rogers, circa 1670
227aO God, Unseen Yet Ever NearEdward Osler, 1836St. Flavian (Old 132nd)Day’s Psalmes, 1563
227bO God, Unseen Yet Ever NearEdward Osler, 1836St. AgnesRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1866
228O Father, Bless the ChildrenRev. John Ellerton, 1888MeirionyddWelsh Hymn Melody
229Jesu, Now Thy New-Made SoldierRev. John William Hewitt, 1859St. RaphaelEdward John Hopkins, 1862
230In Token That Thou Shalt Not FearRev. Henry Alford, 1832EvanRev. William Henry Havergal, 1846
231Come, Ever-Blessed Spirit, ComeBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
232aHoly Spirit, Lord of LoveArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1873DixConrad Kocher, 1838
232bHoly Spirit, Lord of LoveArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1873HeathlandsHenry Smart, 1867
233Lord, Shall Thy Children Come to Thee?Bishop Samuel Hinds, 1834EatonZerubbabel Wyvill, 1802
234My God, Accept My Heart This DayMatthew Bridges, 1848St. JamesRaphael Courteville, 1697
235aThine Forever;– God of LoveMrs. Mary Fawler Maude, 1848NewingtonArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875
235bThine Forever;– God of LoveMrs. Mary Fawler Maude, 1848NewingtonArchbishop William D. Maclagan, 1875
236When Thy Soldiers Take Their SwordsMrs. Frances M. Owen, circa 1872NutbourneTheodore E. Aylward, 1869
237Lord, Who at Cana’s Wedding FeastMiss Dorothy Adelaide Thrupp, 1853AnagolaT. Hastings H. Crossley, 1868
238Lord, Who Hast Laid on Human HeartR. Sharratt Tomlinson Cochrane, 1904St. VincentSir Joseph Barnby, 1862
239O Christ, Who Once Hast DeignedRev. Somerset Corry Lowry, 1910DedicationEdmund Gilding, 1762
240O Father All CreatingRev. John Ellerton, 1876LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
241The Voice That Breathed O’er EdenRev. John Keble, 1857St. BronaghCharles G. Marchant, 1915
242aO Perfect Love, All Human Thought TranscendingMrs. Dorothy F. Gurney, 1884CroftonEdward, Lord Crofton, 1890
242bO Perfect Love, All Human Thought TranscendingMrs. Dorothy F. Gurney, 1884Strength and StayRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
243aLord, to Thy Loving ArmsArthur Christopher Benson, 1905NewlandHenry John Gauntlett, 1858
243bLord, to Thy Loving ArmsArthur Christopher Benson, 1905MercerMercer’s Church Psalter, 1854
244Now the Laborer’s Task Is O’erRev. John Ellerton, 1871RequiescatRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
245Sleep Thy Last SleepRev. Edward Arthur Dayman, 1868RequiemSir Joseph Barnby, 1869
246Safely, Safely Gathered InMrs. Henrietta O. de L. Dobree, 1881MartynSimeon Butler Marsh, 1834
247Gentle Shepherd, Thou Hast StilledGuter Hirt, Du hast gestilltFrom the German of Rev. Johann W. Meinhold, 1835, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1858HolyroodSir Robert Prescott Stewart, 1873
248Bow Down Thine Ear, Almighty LordRev. Thomas Edward Powell, 1864Duci cruento martyrumTheodore E. Aylward, 1869
249aHow Beauteous Are Their FeetRev. Isaac Watts, 1709VeniceWilliam Amps, 1858
249bHow Beauteous Are Their FeetRev. Isaac Watts, 1709MercerMercer’s Church Psalter, 1854
250Lord of the Church, We Humbly PrayEdward Osler, 1836PurleighArthur Henry Brown, 1861
251aO Guardian of the Church DivineRev. Thomas Chamberlain, 1861BristolSamuel Wesley, 1805
251bO Guardian of the Church DivineRev. Thomas Chamberlain, 1861ElyBishop Thomas Turton, 1844
252O Thou Who Makest Souls to ShineBishop John Armstrong, 1847St. LawrenceRev. Leighton George Hayne, 1863
253Pour Out Thy Spirit from on HighJames Montgomery, 1835WarringtonRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
254Lift the Strain of High ThanksgivingRev. John Ellerton, 1869RustingtonSir C. Hubert H. Parry, 1902
255Christ Is Made the Sure FoundationAngularis fundamentumFrom the Latin before Century 9, Translation by John Mason Neale, 1851OrielFrom Caspar Ett’s Cantica Sacra, 1840
256All Things Are Thine; No Gift Have WeJohn Greenleaf Whittier, 1872Deus tuorum militumGrenoble Church Melody
257Great God, to Thee Our Hearts We RaiseRev. John Julian, 1898Golden SheavesSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1874
258Bowed Low in SupplicationBishop William Walsham How, 1871VulpiusMelody by Melchior Vulpius, 1609
259Come, Labor On!Miss Jane Borthwick, 1859Ora, laboraSir Robert Prescott Stewart, 1874
260Come Ye Yourselves Apart and Rest AwhileBishop Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1875St. AgnesJames Langran, 1861
261a‘For Christ to Learn– For Christ to Teach’Archbishop Lord William C. Plunket, 1884Deus tuorum militumGrenoble Church Melody
261b‘For Christ to Learn– For Christ to Teach’Archbishop Lord William C. Plunket, 1884PentecostRev. William Boyd, 1868
262Lord of the Living HarvestRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1866ArcadeltAdapted from an Ave Maria, Ascribed to Jacques Arcadelt (1514-1568)
263Holy Offerings, Rich and RareRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1867Holy OfferingsRichard Redhead, 1874
264aLord, Speak to Me, That I May SpeakMiss Frances Ridley Havergal, 1872St. VincentFrom Sigismund Neukomm, 1832, adapted by John Uglow, 1868
264bLord, Speak to Me, That I May SpeakMiss Frances Ridley Havergal, 1872KebleRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1875
265O Praise Our God TodayRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861SelmaMelody of the Isle of Arran, N. B.
266Shine Thou upon Us, LordRev. John Ellerton, 1889HawardenSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
267The Call to Arms Is SoundingMrs. Claudia F. Hernaman, 1886CormacTraditional Irish
268Work, for the Night Is Coming!Mrs. Anna Louisa Coghill, 1864DiligenceLowell Mason, 1864
269Work Is Sweet, for God Has BlestRev. Godfrey Thring, 1863TichfieldJohn Richardson, 1853
270A Cry, as of PainMiss Sarah Geraldina Stock, 1890ZenanaMiss Sarah Geraldina Stock, 1890
271‘For My Sake and the Gospel’s, Go’Bishop Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1899BishopgarthSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1897
272From Greenland’s Icy MountainsBishop Reginald Heber, 1819CalcuttaGreek Air, Set by Thomas Moore, 1811
273God Is Working His Purpose OutArthur Campbell Ainger, 1894BensonMiss Millicent D. Kingham, 1896
274Hark! The Song of JubileeJames Montgomery, 1819VictoryJohann Friedrich Christmann, 1799
275aHe Expecteth, He Expecteth!Miss Alice J. Janvrin, 1894Cuttle MillsWilliam Griffith, 1906
275bHe Expecteth, He Expecteth!Miss Alice J. Janvrin, 1894BullingerRev. Ethelbert William Bullinger, 1874
276aHills of the North, RejoiceRev. Charles Edward Oakley, 1870AysgarthCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
276bHills of the North, RejoiceRev. Charles Edward Oakley, 1870St. VedastFrances Catherine Chattock (1818-1901)
277aLet the Song Go Round the EarthMiss Sarah Geraldina Stock, 1898EternityMiss Laura Josephine Hutton, 1880
277bLet the Song Go Round the EarthMiss Sarah Geraldina Stock, 1898HeavenBertram Luard-Selby, 1904
278aLift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates of BrassJames Montgomery, 1853Crucis VictoriaMyles Birket Foster, 1889
278bLift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates of BrassJames Montgomery, 1853London NewAdapted from Scottish Psalter, 1635
279Light of Them That Sit in Darkness!Rev. William Williams, 1772, and Rev. Thomas Cotterill, 1819St. ColumbanusWalter Newport, 1868
280Lord, Her Watch Thy Church Is KeepingRev. Henry Downton, 1855St. HildaSir Joseph Barnby, 1861
281O Master! When Thou CallestMiss Sarah Geraldina Stock, 1888LancashireHenry Smart, 1836
282Savior, Sprinkle Many NationsBishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1851IonaSir John Stainer, 1868
283Sow the Seed Beside All WatersRev. Robert Murray, 1897BethanyHenry Smart, 1867
284The Love of Christ ConstrainethMrs. Cara Berford Evans, 1897PearsallRobert Lucas Pearsall (1795-1856)
285Thou, Whose Almighty WordRev. John Marriott, 1813MoscowAdapted from Felice de Giardini, 1769
286Trumpet of God, Sound HighRev. Arnold Brooks, 1900RangoonCharles Wood, 1904
287aZion’s King Shall Reign VictoriousRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806Sicilian MarinersSicilian Melody, Herder’s Collection, 1776
287bZion’s King Shall Reign VictoriousRev. Thomas Kelly, 1806St. AmbroseRev. John Bacchus Dykes (1823-1876)
288Jerusalem! Jerusalem!Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827St. Michel’sWilliam Gawler’s Hymns and Psalms, 1789
289O Why Should Israel’s Sons, Once BlessedRev. James Joyce, 1809LamentationRobert Exham, 1864
290Fountain of Good, to Own Thy LoveRev. Philip Doddridge (1702-1751) and Edward Osler, 1836EssexAnonymous, Harmonization by Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
291O Lord of Heaven and Earth and SeaBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863AlmsgivingRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1865
292Through Him, Who All Our Sickness FeltRev. Charles Wesley, 1742, and othersSt. PeterAlexander Robert Reinagle, 1836
293aWe Give Thee but Thine OwnBishop William Walsham How, 1864KerryJoseph Jowett, 1823
293bWe Give Thee but Thine OwnBishop William Walsham How, 1864TellefsenThomas Dyke Acland Tellefsen, 1870
294From Thee All Skill and Science FlowRev. Charles Kingsley, 1871KilmarnockNeil Dougall (1776-1862)
295O Thou Through Suffering Perfect MadeBishop William Walsham How, 1864AngelusGeorg Joseph, 1657
296aThou to Whom the Sick and DyingRev. Godfrey Thring, 1871RequiemWilhelm A. F. Schulthes, 1871
296bThou to Whom the Sick and DyingRev. Godfrey Thring, 1871WalthamMelody by Heinrich Albert, 1642
297Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of OldRev. Edward Hayes Plumptre, 1864St. MatthewWilliam Croft, 1708
298Father, Who on Man Dost ShowerRev. Percy Dearmer, 1906Quem pastores laudavereCarol Melody, Century 14
299Great God, Who Madest All for ManRev. Godfrey Thring, 1903StellaEasy Hymn Tunes, 1851
300aKeep Thyself Pure! Christ’s Soldier, HearMrs. Adelaide Mary Plumptre, 1907Duke StreetJohn Hatton, 1793
300bKeep Thyself Pure! Christ’s Soldier, HearMrs. Adelaide Mary Plumptre, 1907PentecostRev. William Boyd, 1868
301O Lord, Our Strength in WeaknessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862Day of RestJames William Elliott, 1874
302O Thou, Before Whose PresenceRev. Samuel John Stone, 1889Day of RestJames William Elliott, 1874
303Gracious Savior, Who Didst HonorMrs. Emily L. Shirreff, 1879HimmelFriedrich Heinrich Himmel (1765-1814)
304Lord of Life, and King of GloryMrs. Christian Burke, 1904MannheimFriedrich Filitz, 1847
305God Be with You Till We Meet AgainRev. Jeremiah Eames Rankin, 1882God Be with YouWilliam Gould Tomer, 1882
306aHoly Father, in Thy MercyMiss Isabel S. Stephenson, 1889StephanosRev. Sir Henry Williams Baker, 1868
306bHoly Father, in Thy MercyMiss Isabel S. Stephenson, 1889Primrose HillMartin Shaw, 1915
307Eternal Father, Strong to Save!William Whiting, 1860MelitaRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
308The Ocean Hath No DangerRev. Godfrey Thring, 1862AureliaSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1864
309Courage, Brother! Do Not StumbleRev. Norman Macleod, 1857Daily, DailyTyrolese Air, 1765
310aO God, Who Workest HithertoRev. Thomas Wesley Freckelton, 1884SawleyJames Walch, 1857
310bO God, Who Workest HithertoRev. Thomas Wesley Freckelton, 1884Dundee, or FrenchScottish Psalter, 1615
311‘Quit You Like Men!’ Life’s Battle Lies Before YouRev. W. Hay Aitken, 1887AskriggCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
312aSons of Labor, Dear to JesusRev. Samuel Reynolds Hole, 1889EdenberryRev. Asahel Nettleton’s Collection, 1825
312bSons of Labor, Dear to JesusRev. Samuel Reynolds Hole, 1889Daily, DailyTyrolese Air, 1765
313The Spring Again Is HereArthur Christopher Benson, 1905BellaMelody from New and Easie Method, 1686
314Summer Suns Are GlowingBishop William Walsham How, 1871RuthSamuel Smith, 1865
315aThe Year Is Swiftly WaningBishop William Walsham How, 1871DevonshireEnglish Traditional Melody
315bThe Year Is Swiftly WaningBishop William Walsham How, 1871AutumnFrederick Iliffe, circa 1875
316Winter Reigneth O’er the LandBishop William Walsham How, 1871Lew TrenchardEnglish Traditional Melody
317Now Thank We All Our GodNun danket alle GottFrom the German of Rev. Martin Rinkart, 1636, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth, 1848Now thank We all our GodJohann Crüger, 1647
318aTo God, the Mighty LordTate and Brady’s New Version of the Psalms, 1696Croft’s 148thWilliam Croft, 1709
318bTo God, the Mighty LordTate and Brady’s New Version of the Psalms, 1696ChristchurchCharles Steggall, 1865
319aRejoice Today with One AccordRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861A Sure StrongholdRev. Martin Luther, 1531, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
319bRejoice Today with One AccordRev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861A Sure StrongholdRev. Martin Luther, 1531
320Come, Ye Thankful People, ComeRev. Henry Alford, 1844St. George’s, WindsorSir George Job Elvey, 1858
321Father, Blessing Every Seed-TimeRev. John S. Bewley Monsell, 1863Lux EoiSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1874
322Father of Mercies, God of LoveMrs. Alice Flowerdew, 1811UniversityCollection of Psalms, Cambridge, circa 1790
323Good Is the Lord, Our Heavenly KingRev. Isaac Watts, 1719BishopthorpeAscribed to Jeremiah Clarke (circa 1669-1707)
324Holy Is the SeedtimeMiss Margaret Ann Headlam, 1862WhorltonRev. John Bacchus Dykes, circa 1862
325aLord of the Harvest, Thee We HailRev. John Hampden Gurney, 1851St. PhilipChurch Hymns, 1874
325bLord of the Harvest, Thee We HailRev. John Hampden Gurney, 1851EatonZerubbabel Wyvill, 1802
326Praise to God, Immortal PraiseMrs. Anna Letitia Barbauld, 1772HeathlandsHenry Smart, 1867
327Summer Ended, Harvest O’erRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863MorningSamuel Sebastian Wesley, 1872
328The Sower Went Forth SowingRev. William St. Hill Bourne, 1874St. BeatriceSir John Frederick Bridge, 1875
329To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We RaiseWilliam Chatterton Dix, 1864Golden SheavesSir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1874
330We Plow the Fields and ScatterFrom the German of Matthias Claudius, 1782, Translation by Miss Jane Montgomery Campbell, 1861SchültzJohann A. P. Schültz, 1800
331aHere, Lord, We Offer Thee All That Is FairestRev. A. Gerald W. Blunt, 1879BedeAdapted by Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
331bHere, Lord, We Offer Thee All That Is FairestRev. A. Gerald W. Blunt, 1879RussiaRussian National Hymn
332aA Sure Stronghold Our God Is HeEin’ feste Burg ist unser GottFrom the German of Rev. Martin Luther, 1529, Translation by Rev. William Gaskell, 1855A Sure StrongholdRev. Martin Luther, 1531
332bA Sure Stronghold Our God Is HeEin’ feste Burg ist unser GottFrom the German of Rev. Martin Luther, 1529, Translation by Rev. William Gaskell, 1855A Sure StrongholdRev. Martin Luther, 1531, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
333Great God, to Thee Our Songs We RaiseAnonymous, 1796EatonZerubbabel Wyvill, 1802
334Great King of Nations, Hear Our PrayerRev. John Hampden Gurney, 1838Remember the PoorTraditional Irish
335aO God of Love, O King of Peace!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861VetterDaniel Vetter, circa 1713, Harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
335bO God of Love, O King of Peace!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861RockinghamEdward Miller, 1790
335cO God of Love, O King of Peace!Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861MelbourneRev. George William Torrance, 1873
336O Thou That Dwellest in the Heavens HighJames Hogg (The Ettrick Shepherd), 1818Cameronian Midnight HymnScottish Hymn Melody
337God Save Our Gracious KingAnonymous, circa 1743 (verse 3, 1745)National AnthemAnonymous, Harmonia Anglicana, circa 1742
338aGod of Our Fathers, Known of OldRudyard Kipling, 1897RecessionalEdvard Grieg (1843-1907), Refrain added by the Rev. David F. R. Wilson (1871-1957)
338bGod of Our Fathers, Known of OldRudyard Kipling, 1897Agincourt Song15th Century Carol
339God of Our Fathers, unto TheeArthur Campbell Ainger, 1906St. PatrickOld Irish Hymn Melody
340Lift Thy Banner, Church of ErinRev. James Edward Archer, 1900SeagoeCharles Herbert Kitson, 1915
341Father, We Would Plead Thy PromiseMiss Frances Ridley Havergal, 1873KilmoreTraditional Irish
342aTo Thee Our God We FlyBishop William Walsham How, 1871Pro PatriaJames Armistead, 1911
342bTo Thee Our God We FlyBishop William Walsham How, 1871DudleyEdward Francis Rimbault (1816-1876)
342cTo Thee Our God We FlyBishop William Walsham How, 1871Croft’s 148thWilliam Croft, 1709
343aLord, of Thy Mercy Hear Our CryMrs. Emma Leslie Toke, 1851St. ColumbaOld Irish Hymn Melody
343bLord, of Thy Mercy Hear Our CryMrs. Emma Leslie Toke, 1851St. ColumbaOld Irish Hymn Melody
344aLord, While for All Mankind We PrayRev. John Reynell Wreford, 1837St. ColumbaOld Irish Hymn Melody
344bLord, While for All Mankind We PrayRev. John Reynell Wreford, 1837St. ColumbaOld Irish Hymn Melody
345In the Roll-Call of God’s SonsMrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1890GartanOld Irish Hymn Melody, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
346aI Bind Unto Myself TodayAtomriug IndiuSt. Patrick (372-466), Version by Mrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1885St. PatrickOld Irish Hymn Melodies, Arranged by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
346bI Bind Unto Myself TodayAtomriug IndiuSt. Patrick (372-466), Version by Mrs. Cecil Frances Alexander, 1885TaraThomas R. Gonzalvez Jozé, 1890
347aDraw Nigh and Take the Body of the LordSancti, venite, Christi Corpus sumiteFrom the Latin, Bangor Antiphoner, 7th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851, and othersSt. SechnallTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
347bDraw Nigh and Take the Body of the LordSancti, venite, Christi Corpus sumiteFrom the Latin, Bangor Antiphoner, 7th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851, and othersLammasArthur Henry Brown, 1867
348Have Mercy, Christ, Have MercyIn te, Christe, CredentiumFrom the Latin, attributed to St. Columba (521-597), Translation by Rev. Duncan MacGregor (1854-1923)DurrowTraditional Irish
349Christ Is the World’s RedeemerChristus Redemptor gentiumFrom the Latin, attributed to St. Columba (521-597), Translation by Rev. Duncan MacGregor (1854-1923)MovilleTraditional Irish
350aAlone with None but Thee, My GodFrom the Irish, attributed to St. Columba (521-597)GlencolumbkillTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
350bAlone with None but Thee, My GodFrom the Irish, attributed to St. Columba (521-597)Emain MachaCharles Wood, 1916
351Be Thou My Vision, O Lord of My HeartBí Thusa ’mo ShúileFrom the Irish, Translation by Miss Mary E. Byrne (1880-1931)SlaneTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
352aIt Were My Soul’s DesireFrom the Irish, Translation by Miss Eleanor H. Hull (1860-1935)FingalTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
352bIt Were My Soul’s DesireFrom the Irish, Translation by Miss Eleanor H. Hull (1860-1935)ArmaghCharles Wood, 1916
353aHow Great the Tale, That There Should BeFrom the Irish of Murdoch O’Daly (1149-1193) of Connacht, Translation by Miss Eleanor H. Hull (1860-1935)CashelTraditional Irish, Mode i, transposed, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
353bHow Great the Tale, That There Should BeFrom the Irish of Murdoch O’Daly (1149-1193) of Connacht, Translation by Miss Eleanor H. Hull (1860-1935)MunsterTraditional Irish, Setting by Charles Wood, 1916
354aHoly, Holy, Holy! Lord God AlmightyBishop Reginald Heber, 1827NicæaRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1861
354bHoly, Holy, Holy! Lord God AlmightyBishop Reginald Heber, 1827St. BernardEdward Griffiths, 1861
355aRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837Redhead, No. 46Richard Redhead, 1853
355bRound the Lord in Glory SeatedBishop Richard Mant, 1837DeerhurstJames Langran, 1863
356aFather of Heaven, Whose Love ProfoundRev. Edward Cooper, 1805RivaulxRev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1866
356bFather of Heaven, Whose Love ProfoundRev. Edward Cooper, 1805WarringtonRev. Ralph Harrison, 1784
357The God of Abraham PraiseRev. Thomas Olivers, 1770, based on the Hebrew Doxology, circa 13th centuryLeoniAdapted from a Hebrew melody by Rev. Thomas Olivers, 1770
358aWith One Consent Let All the EarthTate and Brady’s New Version of the Psalms, 1696Old Hundredth (Earliest form)Genevan Psalter, 1551
358bWith One Consent Let All the EarthTate and Brady’s New Version of the Psalms, 1696Old HundredthGenevan Psalter, 1551, Harmonization by John Dowland (1563-1626)
359aBefore Jehovah’s Awful ThroneRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Old HundredthGenevan Psalter, 1551, Harmonization by John Dowland (1563-1626)
359bBefore Jehovah’s Awful ThroneRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Old Hundredth (Earliest form)Genevan Psalter, 1551
360aAll People That on Earth Do DwellRev. William Kethe (old version), 1560Old HundredthGenevan Psalter, 1551
360bAll People That on Earth Do DwellRev. William Kethe (old version), 1560Old Hundredth (Earliest form)Genevan Psalter, 1551
361Let All the World in Every Corner SingRev. George Herbert, 1633Universal PraiseRev. Walter Grenville Whinfield, 1906
362Songs of Praise the Angels SangJames Montgomery, 1819MonklandArranged by John Bernard Wilkes, 1861
363My God, How Wonderful Thou ArtRev. Frederick William Faber, 1849WestminsterJames Turle, 1835
364From All That Dwell Below the SkiesRev. Isaac Watts, 1719Easter SongCologne, 1623, Harmonization by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958
365aO Heavenly Father, What Would Be?Henry T. Dix, 1890RestSir John Stainer, 1873
365bO Heavenly Father, What Would Be?Henry T. Dix, 1890SurreyHenry Carey, 1723
366aImmortal, Invisible, God Only WiseRev. Walter Chalmers Smith, 1876St. DenioWelsh Hymn Melody
366bImmortal, Invisible, God Only WiseRev. Walter Chalmers Smith, 1876SlemishTraditional Irish, Harmonization by Leopold McC. L. Dix (1866-1935)
367aEternal Sovereign, Lord of AllRev. Samuel Medley, 1789From Highest HeavenRev. Martin Luther, 1535
367bEternal Sovereign, Lord of AllRev. Samuel Medley, 1789WarehamWilliam Knapp, 1738
368aO Thou, in All Thy Might So FarRev. Frederick Lucien Hosmer, 1876CrowleMaurice Greene (1696-1755)
368bO Thou, in All Thy Might So FarRev. Frederick Lucien Hosmer, 1876WestminsterJames Turle, 1835
369To God on High Be Thanks and PraiseWilliam Ball, 1836To God on HighHarmonization by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 1836
370Oh! Worship the KingSir Robert Grant, 1833Hanover (Old 104th)William Croft, 1708, Optional final verse harmonization by Charles Herbert Kitson, 1916
371aPraise the Lord! Ye Heavens, Adore HimAnonymous, 1796Alta Trinita BeataLaudi Spirituali, Florence, 1336
371bPraise the Lord! Ye Heavens, Adore HimAnonymous, 1796AustriaFranz Joseph Haydn, 1797
372The Strain Upraise of Joy and PraiseFrom the Latin of the School of St. Gall, 9th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1854Hayes’ ChantArranged by Arthur Henry Dyke Troyte, 1860
373There Is a Book, Who Runs May ReadRev. John Keble, 1827St. Flavian (Old 132nd)Day’s Psalmes, 1563
374Hark, My Soul, How EverythingJohn Austin (1613-1669)LyneMagdalen Hymns, 1760(?)
375aFor the Beauty of the EarthFolliott Sandford Pierpoint, 1864RatisbonRev. Joachim Neander, 1680
375bFor the Beauty of the EarthFolliott Sandford Pierpoint, 1864St. HughArthur St. G. Patton, 1880
376My God, I Thank Thee, Who Hast MadeMiss Adelaide Anne Procter, 1858GlenmalureRev. George Digby Scott, 1915
377I Sing the Almighty Power of GodRev. Isaac Watts, 1719SolomonGeorge Frederick Handel, 1748
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420aCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707Tallis’ Ordinal (Original Setting)Thomas Tallis, 1567
420bCome, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DoveRev. Isaac Watts, 1707Tallis’ OrdinalThomas Tallis, 1567
421Gracious Spirit, Love Divine!John Stocker, 1777RombergAndreas Jacob Romberg (1769-1821)
422Gracious Spirit, Holy GhostBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862CharitySir John Stainer, 1868
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721Yield Not to Temptation, for Yielding Is SinHoratio Richmond Palmer, 1868FortitudeHoratio Richmond Palmer, 1868