The Hymnal: as authorized and approved by the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1916

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86O Thou, Who gav'st Thy servant graceEISENACHTextPage Scan
87O Lord, the Holy InnocentsALSTONETextPage Scan
88aThe ancient law departsST. MICHAELTextPage Scan
88bThe ancient law departsFRANCONIATextPage Scan
89To the Name of our salvationORIELTextPage Scan
90Jesus! Name of wondrous love!ST. BEESTextPage Scan
91Conquering kings their titles takeINNOCENTSTextPage Scan
92From the eastern mountainsVALOURTextPage Scan
93Earth has many a noble citySTUTTGARTTextPage Scan
94As with gladness men of oldDIXTextPage Scan
95aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningWEBBETextPage Scan
95bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningMORNING STARTextPage Scan
96Songs of thankfulness and praiseSALZBURGTextPage Scan
97O One with God the FatherST. ANSELMTextPage Scan
98How bright appears the morning starFRANKFORTTextPage Scan
99aHail to the Lord's AnointedZOANTextPage Scan
99bHail to the Lord's AnointedWEBBTextPage Scan
100aLight of those whose dreary dwellingBATTYTextPage Scan
100bLight of those whose dreary dwellingSARDISTextPage Scan
101Joy to the world! the Lord is comeCHESTERFIELDTextPage Scan
102O very God of very GodBANGORTextPage Scan
103Hark! the song of jubileeTHANKSGIVINGTextPage Scan
104Thou, Whose almighty wordMOSCOWTextPage Scan
105Thy kingdom come, O God!ST. CECILIATextPage Scan
106Watchman, tell us of the nightWATCHMANTextPage Scan
107O North, with all thy vales of greenBRYANTTextPage Scan
108How beauteous were the marks divineBRESLAUTextPage Scan
109Not by Thy mighty handPOTSDAMTextPage Scan
110Alleluia, song of gladnessDULCE CARMENTextPage Scan
111Awake, my soul, stretch every nerveCHRISTMASTextPage Scan
112Breast the wave, ChristianFORTITUDETextPage Scan
113aFight the good fight with all thy mightPENTECOSTTextPage Scan
113bFight the good fight with all thy mightCOURAGETextPage Scan
114aRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsAMSTERDAMTextPage Scan
114bRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsBEETHOVENTextPage Scan
115Soldiers of the cross, arise!ORIENTIS PARTIBUSTextPage Scan
116aOft in danger, oft in woeUNIVERSITY COLLEGETextPage Scan
116bOft in danger, oft in woeADVENTTextPage Scan
117aHe who would valiant beEGBERTTextPage Scan
117bHe who would valiant beST. DUNSTAN'STextPage Scan
118My soul, be on thy guardHEATHTextPage Scan
119O Thou to Whose all-searching sightGRACE CHURCHTextPage Scan
120aDear Lord and Father of mankindNEWCASTLETextPage Scan
120bDear Lord and Father of mankindRESTTextPage Scan
121Gracious Spirit, Holy GhostCHARITYTextPage Scan
122Lord, in this Thy mercy's dayST. PHILIPTextPage Scan
123Forty days and forty nightsHEINLEINTextPage Scan
124aLord, when we bend before Thy throneWINDSORTextPage Scan
124bLord, when we bend before Thy throneMARTYRDOMTextPage Scan
125Lord, as to Thy dear cross we fleeST. BERNARDTextPage Scan
126Christian! dost thou see themST. ANDREW OF CRETETextPage Scan
127aJesus, Lord of life and gloryST. RAPHAELTextPage Scan
127bJesus, Lord of life and gloryEVANGELTextPage Scan
128"Christian, seek not yet repose"VIGILATETextPage Scan
129Weary of self, and laden with my sinLANGRANTextPage Scan
130aSaviour! when in dust to TheeSPANISH CHANTTextPage Scan
130bSaviour! when in dust to TheeABERYSTWYTHTextPage Scan
131O Jesus! Lord most mercifulNEEDTextPage Scan
132O Jesus, Thou art standingST. HILDATextPage Scan
133With broken heart and contrite sighEISENACHTextPage Scan
134Lord, Who throughout these forty daysST. FLAVIANTextPage Scan
135Jesus, and shall it ever beFEDERAL STREETTextPage Scan
136Weary of wandering from my GodST. FINBARTextPage Scan
137Heal me, O my Saviour, healLACRYMAETextPage Scan
138When wounded sore the stricken soulST. BERNARDTextPage Scan
139aJust as I am, without one pleaST. CRISPINTextPage Scan
139bJust as I am, without one pleaWOODWORTHTextPage Scan
140Sinful, sighing to be blestCLARENCETextPage Scan
141God the Father, God the SonLEBBAEUSTextPage Scan
142aGod the Father, God the SonTURPIN'S LITANYTextPage Scan
142bBy the gracious saving callLITANY OF THE PASSIONTextPage Scan
142cTeach us what Thy love has borneAGNESTextPage Scan
143All glory, laud, and honourST. THEODULPHTextPage Scan
144aThe royal banners forward goVEXILLA REGISTextPage Scan
144bThe royal banners forward goVEXILLA REGISTextPage Scan
145aRide on! ride on in majesty!ST. DROSTANETextPage Scan
145bRide on! ride on in majesty!WINCHESTER NEWTextPage Scan
146See the destined day arise!ST. PRISCATextPage Scan
147In the hour of trialPENITANCETextPage Scan
148Behold the Lamb of God!ST. JOHNTextPage Scan
149O Lamb of God, still keep meST. CHRISTOPHERTextPage Scan
150Beneath the cross of JesusCRUCIS UMBRATextPage Scan
151Go to dark GethsemanePETRATextPage Scan
152aIn the cross of Christ I gloryCRUCIFIXIONTextPage Scan
152bIn the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUNTextPage Scan
153O come and mourn with me awhileST. CROSSTextPage Scan
154When I survey the wondrous crossROCKINGHAMTextPage Scan
155aAh, holy Jesus, how hast Thou offendedHERZLIEBSTERTextPage Scan
155bAh, holy Jesus, how hast Thou offendedECCE JAM NOCTISTextPage Scan
156His are the thousand sparkling rillsISLEWORTHTextPage Scan
157Sweet the moments, rich in blessingBATTYTextPage Scan
158O sacred head surroundedPASSION CHORALETextPage Scan
159aThere is a green hill far awayHORSLEYTextPage Scan
159bThere is a green hill far awayMEDITATIONTextPage Scan
160We sing the praise of Him Who diedBRESLAUTextPage Scan
161At the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATERTextPage Scan
162Glory be to JesusCASWALLTextPage Scan
163aIn His own raiment cladSTORY OF THE CROSSTextPage Scan
163bIn His own raiment cladCALVARYTextPage Scan
164Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.WORDS ON THE CROSSTextPage Scan

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