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The Cyber Hymnal

The Cyber Hymnal™ (http://www.hymntime.com/tch) is a website established in 1996 by Dick Adams. It has over 10,000 Christian hymns from many denominations and languages. It provides lyrics, sheet music, audio, pictures, biographies, history and more. The worship and educational resource is provided as a public service and gets an average of 24,000 visitors per month. Mr. Adams has graciously allowed Hymnary.org to add his resources to our site. (Note: the site that calls itself NetHymnal at cyberhymnal.org is not affiliated with The Cyber Hymnal™ in any way.)
Editor: Dick Adams
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
6401Surrounded by a host of foesMELITATextScoreAudio
6402Surrounded by unnumbered foesWAVERTREETextScore
6403Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord's[Saved to the uttermost: I am the Lord's]TextScoreAudio
6404Sinners, the voice of God regardNOX PRAECESSITTextScoreAudio
6405Soldiers, who are Christ's belowPLEYEL'S HYMNTextScoreAudio
6406Sweet assurance, Thou hast sealed me[Sweet assurance, Thou hast sealed me]TextScoreAudio
6407Savior, who didst healing giveJESUS IST DAS SCHÖNSTE LICHTTextScoreAudio
6408Sweet is the work, O LordSWAINSTHORPETextScoreAudio
6409Hail, glorious Easter! beautiful time of spring[Hail, glorious Easter! beautiful time of spring]TextScoreAudio
6410On mountain height, by peaceful shoresCREATIONTextScoreAudio
6411Of Jesus' love that sought me, when I was lost in sin[Of Jesus' love that sought me, when I was lost in sin]TextScoreAudio
6412O the love of Jesus means so much to me[O the love of Jesus means so much to me]TextScoreAudio
6413Sweet flowerets of the martyr bandSALVETE FLORESTextScoreAudio
6414Sweet is Thy mercy, LordST. ANDREW (Barnby)TextScoreAudio
6415Sweet is the work, my God, my kingDEEP HARMONYTextScoreAudio
6416Sweetly dawns the Sabbath morning[Sweetly dawns the Sabbath morning]TextScoreAudio
6417In the rifted rock I'm resting[In the rifted rock I'm resting]TextScoreAudio
6418Sweet is the memory of Thy graceHERMANNTextScoreAudio
6419I have read of the sweet olden story[I have read of the sweet olden story]TextScoreAudio
6420There comes to my heart one sweet strain[There comes to my heart one sweet strain]TextScoreAudio
6421Sweet place; sweet place aloneDARWALL'S 148THTextScoreAudio
6422Christ will me His aid afford[Christ will me His aid afford]TextScoreAudio
6423Sweet Savior, bless us ere we goIN TENEBRIS LUMENTextScoreAudio
6424Oh, beautiful story of Jesus our Lord[Oh, beautiful story of Jesus our Lord]TextScoreAudio
6425Sweet is the sunlight after rainARIZONATextScoreAudio
6426Sweetly the holy hymnGREENWOODTextScoreAudio
6427Sweet the moments, rich in blessingBATTYTextScoreAudio
6428Hear sweet voices from above[Hear sweet voices from above]TextScoreAudio
6429My stubborn will at last hath yielded[My stubborn will at last hath yielded]TextScoreAudio
6430When the roses of youth all their beauty display[When the roses of youth all their beauty display]TextScoreAudio
6431The saint who first found grace to penBROCKHAMTextScoreAudio
6432The sower went forth sowingST. BEATRICETextScoreAudio
6433Shall we gather at the river[Shall we gather at the river]TextScoreAudio
6434I looked over Jordan, and what did I see?[I looked over Jordan, and what did I see?]TextScoreAudio
6435Shepherds, what joyful tidings[Shepherds, what joyful tidings]TextScoreAudio
6436Sing we merry ChristmasMERRY CHRISTMASTextScoreAudio
6437Savior, while my heart is tenderLILLETextScoreAudio
6438Savior, when night involves the skiesSWEDENTextScoreAudio
6439Savior, whom our hearts adoreWELDTextScoreAudio
6440It was midnight in the valley, and the camp was dark and still[It was midnight in the valley, and the camp was dark and still]TextScoreAudio
6441Soldiers who to Christ belongMUNUSTextScoreAudio
6442Savior, who Thy flock art feedingBROCKLESBYTextScoreAudio
6443Still with Thee, O my GodRHIWTextScoreAudio
6444Sin, when viewed by scripture lightBALTIMORETextScoreAudio
6445Sleepers, wake! the watch cry pealethWACHET AUFTextScoreAudio
6446Sinners, will you scorn the messageUNSER HERRSCHERTextScoreAudio
6447Sing, ye ransomed nations, singGLAD DAYTextScoreAudio
6448Sing ye the songs of praise; Jesus is comeOAKTextScoreAudio
6449Where the faded flower shall freshen[Where the faded flower shall freshen]TextScoreAudio
6450On Easter morn, when holy chimes are ringingSHARJAHTextScoreAudio
6451Take my heart, O Great RefinerINDORETextScoreAudio
6452Lo, the darkness gathers round usHYDERABADTextScoreAudio
6453From out the tomb the Savior comesMETROPOLITANTextScoreAudio
6454Come all ye people, great and smallCORONATIONTextScoreAudio
6455At hour of silent midnight[At hour of silent midnight]TextScoreAudio
6456O Lord of hosts, we seek to raiseWARDTextScoreAudio
6457Hear Thy children, gentle JesusST. SYLVESTERTextScoreAudio
6458I am waiting by the riverKANDYTextScoreAudio
6459Oh comfort ye my people!MARNETextScoreAudio
6460Here at Thy cross, my dying GodKING OF KINGSTextScoreAudio
6461'Twas on a clear and peaceful night['Twas on a clear and peaceful night]TextScoreAudio
6462There's a beautiful land on high[There's a beautiful land on high]TextScoreAudio
6463There's a chorus ever ringingBENKETextScoreAudio
6464Thou art the Christ, O LordCEPHASTextScoreAudio
6465Thou art the everlasting WordPALMYRATextScoreAudio
6466There's a friend that abides evermore[There's a friend that abides evermore]TextScoreAudio
6467Are you wrecked upon life's ocean?[Are you wrecked upon life's ocean?]TextScoreAudio
6468Those whose arm has been my stayFARMINGTONTextScoreAudio
6469Take my heart, O Father! take itTALMARTextScoreAudio
6470Take my life, and let it beMESSIAHTextScoreAudio
6471Take a stand for Jesus, let all people knowTAKE A STANDTextScoreAudio
6472Take Thou our minds, dear Lord, we humbly prayHALL (Laufer)TextScoreAudio
6473Take time to be holyHOLINESSTextScoreAudio
6474Take up thy cross, the Savior saidGERMANYTextScoreAudio
6475Take the wings of the morning; speed quickly thy flight[Take the wings of the morning; speed quickly thy flight]TextScoreAudio
6476Take wings to thy soul; take the pinions of prayer[Take wings to thy soul; take the pinions of prayer]TextScoreAudio
6477Take Jesus with you, along the way[Take Jesus with you, along the way]TextScoreAudio
6478Through the valley of the shadow I must go[Through the valley of the shadow I must go]TextScoreAudio
6479I'll tell you a tale of the olden time[I'll tell you a tale of the olden time]TextScoreAudio
6480Thou art my portion, LordCARLISLETextScoreAudio
6481Tarry with me, O my SaviorTARRY WITH METextScoreAudio
6482Thou art, O Christ, the light and lifeROMINGERTextScoreAudio
6483Th' abyss of many a former sinVATER UNSERTextScoreAudio
6484There's a friend for little childrenIN MEMORIAM (Stainer)TextScoreAudio
6485There's a fountain free, 'tis for you and me[There's a fountain free, 'tis for you and me:]TextScoreAudio
6486You have wandered far on the desert lone[You have wandered far on the desert lone]TextScoreAudio
6487Take the world for Jesus, sound the great battle cry[Take the world for Jesus, sound the great battle cry]TextScoreAudio
6488Talk with us, Lord, Thyself revealSOHOTextScoreAudio
6489They all were looking for a kingCHILDHOODTextScoreAudio
6490Thou art my God, O God of graceAMERICUSTextScoreAudio
6491Thou art the mighty King of kingsELLACOMBETextScoreAudio
6492Thou art my hiding place, O LordST. LEONARD (Hiles)TextScoreAudio
6493Thou art, O God, the God of mightBURGTextScoreAudio
6494Thou art, O God, the life and lightPATER OMNIUMTextScoreAudio
6495Thank and praise Jehovah's nameHORTONTextScoreAudio
6496Tarry with me, O my SaviorST. SYLVESTERTextScoreAudio
6497There's a sweet and blessèd story[There's a sweet and blessèd story]TextScoreAudio
6498Through all the years, may Israel sayHUMILITY (Tuckerman)TextScoreAudio
6499There's a voice in the wilderness cryingHEREFORD (Heins)TextScoreAudio
6500That man a godly life might liveDIES SIND DIE HEIL'GENTextScoreAudio

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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