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Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
95Bethlehem, what greater citySTUTTGART
96aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningEPIPHANYText
96bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningWESSEXText
97Christ is our light! the bright and morning starGODMANCHESTER
98aFrom the eastern mountainsEVELYNSText
98bFrom the eastern mountainsKING'S WESTONText
99Hail to the Lord's AnointedCRÜGERText
100How brightly gleams the morning star!WIE SCHÖN LEUCHTETText
101In our darkness light has shoneUPTON CHEYNEYText
102Jesus, come! for we invite youUNSER HERRSCHER (NEANDER)Text
103O worship the Lord in the beauty of holinessWAS LEBETText
104Songs of thankfulness and praiseST EDMUNDTextAudio
105We three kings of Orient areTHREE KINGS OF ORIENTText
106Wise men, they came to look for wisdomBREMEN (NEUMARK)Text
107The sinless one to Jordan cameSOLOTHURN
108When Jesus came to JordanOFFERTORIUMText
109When Jesus comes to be baptizedHERONGATE
110Hail to the Lord who comesOLD 120THText
111Light of the world, true light divineVASEY
112New light has dawned, the Son of God is hereWEST ASHTON
113When candles are lighted on Candlemas DayLOURDES
114Above the voices of the world around meASTON ROWANTText
115Awake, our souls; away, our fearsST PETERSBURGText
116Be thou my guardian and my guideABRIDGEText
117aCome, let us to the Lord our GodNEWBURYText
117bCome, let us to the Lord our GodMAISEMOREText
118Drop, drop, slow tears, and bathe those beauteous feetSONG 46Text
119'Forgive our sins as we forgive'STRACATHRO
120aForgive us when our deeds ignorePORTHOLME
120bForgive us when our deeds ignoreBOW BRICKHILL
121Forty days and forty nightsAUS DER TIEFE (HEINLEIN)TextAudio
122God the Father created you[God the Father created you]
123From ashes to the living fontBANGOR
124From the deep places, hear my cryBRESLAUText
125Hear me, O Lord, in my distressTHE TRUTH FROM ABOVE
126Jesu, grant me this, I praySONG 13Text
127Lord Jesus, think on meSOUTHWELLText
128aJesu, lover of my soulABERYSTWYTHText
128bJesu, lover of my soulLITTLE HEATHText
129Lord, teach us how to pray arightST HUGHText
130aMy spirit longs for theeQUAM DILECTAText
130bMy spirit longs for theeECCLESText
131O for a closer walk with GodCAITHNESSText
132O for a heart to praise my GodSTOCKTONText
133O God, be gracious to me in your loveSONG 24
134You are the Word who calls us out of darkness[You are the Word who calls us out of darkness]
135Take up thy cross, the Saviour saidBRESLAUTextAudio
136Fathers and mothersBUNESSAN
137God of Eve and God of MaryLOVE DIVINE
138Our Father God in heavenELLACOMBEText
139Ah, holy Jesus, how have you offendedHERZLIEBSTER JESUText
140All ye who seek for sure reliefST BERNARDText
141Beneath the cross of Jesus[Beneath the cross of Jesus]
142Glory be to JesusCASWALLText
143Here is love, vast as the oceanDIM OND JESUText
144How deep the Father's love for us[How deep the Father's love for us]
145It is a thing most wonderfulHERONGATEText
146Jesus Christ, I think upon your sacrificeONCE AGAIN
147My song is love unknownLOVE UNKNOWNText
148aO dearest Lord, thy sacred headALBANOText
148bO dearest Lord, thy sacred headNUN DANKET ALL' (GRÄFENBERG)Text
149O love, how deep, how broad, how high!EISENACHText
150See, Christ was wounded for our sakeAGINCOURT (DEO GRACIAS)
151Sing, my tongue, the glorious battlePANGE LINGUAText
152There in God's garden stands the tree of wisdomDIVA SERVATRIX
153There is a green hill far awayHORSLEYText
154To mock your reign, O dearest LordTHIRD MODE MELODYText
155If we have died with him[If we have died with him]
156We sing the praise of him who diedBOW BRICKHILLText
157aWhen I survey the wondrous crossROCKINGHAMText
157bWhen I survey the wondrous crossSUTHERANText
158When you prayed beneath the treesWIDFORD
159Thou art the King of IsraelST THEODULPHText
160Make way, make way, for Christ the King[Make way, make way, for Christ the King]
161aRide on, ride on in majesty!WINCHESTER NEWText
161bRide on, ride on in majesty!ST DROSTANEText
162Sanna, sannanina[Sanna, sannanina]Text
163There's a man riding in on a donkeySING HOSANNA
164You are the King of glory[You are the King of glory]
165An Upper Room did our Lord prepareO WALY WALYText
166aBlest by the sun, the olive treeSOLEMNIS HAEC FESTIVITAS
166bBlest by the sun, the olive treeGONFALON ROYAL
167Christ has gathered us together[Christ has gathered us together]
168Here in Christ we gather, love of Christ our callingUBI CARITAS
169Great God, your love has called us hereRYBURNText
170Jesus, in dark GethsemaneSOMERSET
171Prepare a room for me'NARENZA
172Stay here and keep watch with me[Stay with me, remain here with me]
173This is the night, dear friends, the night for weepingINTERCESSORText
174A purple robe, a crown of thornA PURPLE ROBEText
175A time to watch, a time to prayBRESLAUText
176As royal banners are unfurledVEXILLA REGISText
177At the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATERText
178Come and see, come and see[Come and see, come and see]
179Nature with open volume standsWARRINGTONText
180aO cross of Christ, immortal treeCAITHNESS
180bO cross of Christ, immortal treeWALSALL
181O sacred head, surroundedPASSION CHORALETextAudio
182Oh, to see the dawn of the darkest dayTHE POWER OF THE CROSS
183This is your coronationPASSION CHORALE

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