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A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion (15th ed.)




Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1848,
In the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.

Publisher: Ticknor and Fields, Boston, 1866
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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1Come to the house of prayerText
2To prayer, to prayer!—for the morning breaksText
3Come, ye who love the Lord!Text
4Be still! be still! for all aroundText
5Thirsting for a living springText
6Forth from the dark and stormy skyText
7O Father, though the anxious fearText
8Love divine, all love excellingText
9Far from mortal cares retreatingText
10Unto Thy temple, God of loveText
11Lord! what offering shall we bringText
12Here, in this place of prayerText
13Lo! God is here; let us adoreText
14In Thy courts let peace be foundText
15Suppliant, lo! Thy children bendText
16Lord of the worlds aboveText
17Lord, before Thy presence comeText
18Before Jehovah's awful throneText
19The offerings to Thy throne which riseText
20Our God is a spirit, and they who arightText
21Light of life, seraphic fire!Text
22Father! Thy paternal careText
23O GOD, whose presence glows in allText
24Great God! the followers of Thy SonText
25How shall we praise Thee, Lord of light!Text
26O Holy Father! 'mid the calmText
27Teach us to pray!Text
28Our Heavenly Father, hearText
29Father and God of all mankindText
30Day by day the manna fell;Text
31God of all grace, we come to TheeText
32What shall we ask of God in prayer?Text
33Father, in Thy mysterious presence kneelingText
34O God! who knowest how frail we areText
35From every fear and doubt, O LordText
36When Israel, of the Lord belovedText
37Father of light! conduct our feetText
38O Thou, who hast at Thy commandText
39O Father! lift our souls aboveText
40Father, who art on high!Text
41Father in heaven, to whom our heartsText
42Shine on our souls, Eternal GodText
43Almighty God, in humble prayerText
44Supreme and universal Light!Text
45Father, united by Thy graceText
46Father, to us Thy children, humbly kneelingText
47Lord, Thy glory fills the heavenText
48Songs of praise the angels sangText
49Holy, holy, holy Lord God Almighty!Text
50O God! we praise Thee, and confessText
51Praise the Lord! ye heavens adore Him!Text
52Father of Spirits! humbly bent before TheeText
53Glory be to God on highText
54Lord, in heaven, Thy dwelling-placeText
55Blessed be Thy name foreverText
56My God! in morning's radiant hourText
57Father! glory be to TheeText
58Israel's Shepherd, guide us, feed usText
59As every day Thy mercy sparesText
60Part in peace! is day before us?Text
61Peace of God, which knows no measureText
62Guide us, Lord! while, hand in handText
63From all that dwell below the skiesText
64Go in peace!—serene dismissionText
65O God, by whom the seed is givenText
66Through all this life's eventful roadText
67Thy presence, ever living God!Text
68God of our fathers! by whose handText
69As the sun's enlivening eyeText
70Lord! dismiss us with Thy blessingText
71Unchangeable, all-perfect Lord!Text
72Mighty God! the first, the last!Text
73God is love; His mercy brightensText
74I cannot always trace the wayText
75O Source divine, and Life of allText
76No human eyes Thy face may seeText
77Father! there is no change to live with TheeText
78Father, to Thy kind love we oweText
79Father! Thy wonders do not singly standText
80God, in the high and holy placeText
81O Thou, to whom, in ancient timeText
82They who seek the throne of graceText
83There's nothing bright, above, belowText
84Thou art, O God, the life and lightText
85The ocean looketh up to heavenText
86My God! all nature owns Thy swayText
87God of the ocean, earth, and skyText
88Though wandering in a stranger-landText
89Not only doth the voiceful dayText
90Hath not thy heart within thee burnedText
91I Saw on earth another lightText
92Wouldst thou in thy lonely hourText
93Open, Lord, mine inward earText
94Far from the world, O Lord! I fleeText
95While Thee I seek, protecting Power!Text
96As, down in the sunless retreats of the oceanText
97Go when the morning shinethText
98Child, amidst the flowers at playText
99Prayer is the soul's sincere desireText
100Prayer is to God the soul's sure wayText

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