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Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
650The Lord be with you
651Holy, holy, holy Lord[Holy, holy, holy Lord]Text
652Our Father in heaven
653Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world[Lamb of God, you take away th esin of the world]Text
654'Lift up your hearts': I hear the summons callingGOVAN OLDText
655For your generous providingHOLY MANNA
656I come with joy, a child of GodDOVE OF PEACEText
657Father most loving, listen to your childrenCHRISTE SANCTORUM
658Before I take the body of my LordLAYING DOWN
659Put peace into each other's handsVRIEDE IN HANDENText
660Come, let us eat, for now the feast is spreadA VA DE
661Eat this bread, drink this cupEAT THIS BREAD
662Jesus, thou joy of loving heartsMARYTONText
663As we proclaim your deathBREAD OF LIFE
664aHere, O my Lord, I see thee face to faceST. AGNES (LANGRAN)Text
664bHere, O my Lord, I see thee face to faceKINGSBOROText
665Gentile or Jew[Gentile or Jes]
666Let all mortal flesh keep silencePICARDYText
667Now, my tongue, the mystery tellingPANGE LINGUAText
668According to thy gracious word BALLERMAText
669O thou, who at thy Eucharist didst praySONG 1Text
670I am the word that spoke and light was madeTAKE AND EAT
671With joyful lips we sing to youFINEST WHEAT (BICENTENNIAL)
672Father, we thank you: for you plantedPSALM 118 (RENDEZ A DIEU)
673Let us talents and tongues emplyLINSTEAD MARKETText
674Christ the Lord to us saidHALLELUYA! PELOTSA RONAText
675Now let us from this table riseKILLIBEGSText
676Shout for joy! The Lord has let us feastLANSDOWNE
677In the name of Christ we gatherTANTUM ERGO SACRAMENTUM (GRAFTON)Text
678Here is the place, now is the timeSUANTRAIText
679One is the body and one is the HeadPEACOCK
680You are called to tell the storyREGENT SQUARE
681Send out the gospel! Let it soundOLD CLARENDONIANText
682Go in grace and make disciplesABBOT'S LEIGH
683Go to the world! Go into all the earthENGELBERG
684The Lord created familiesELDEST SON
685For everyone born, a place at the tableA PLACE AT THE TABLEText
686How happy are all they who hearST. STEPHEN (NEWINGTON)Text
687Lord of our growing yearsLITTLE CORNARD
688By cool Siloam's shady rillBELMONTText
689Just as the tide creeps over silver sandEVENTIDE
690When the bonds of love are breakingTHOMAS
691Be still, my soul: the Lord is on your sideFINLANDIAText
692Jesus puts this song into our heartsSONG IN OUR HEARTS
693Help us forgive forgiving LordWETHERBYText
694Brother, sister, let me serve youSERVANT SONG
695Your love, O God, has called us hereO WALY WALYText
696We come, dear Lord, to celebrateREPTON
697Let's praise the Creator who gave us each otherTHE ROAD AND THE MILES TO DUNDEEText
698The grace of life is theirsLOVE UNKNOWNText
699God beyond glorySCHÖNSTER HERR JESU (ST. ELISABETH)
700As man and woman we were madeSUSSEX CAROLText
701When memory fades and recognition faltersFINLANDIA
702Lord, in love and perfect wisdomBLAENWERN
703God save our gracious QueenGOD SAVE THE QUEENText
704I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things aboveTHAXTEDText
705It is God who holds the nations in the hollow of his handVISIONText
706For the healing of the nationsTRIUMPHText
707Healing river of the SpiritJOEL
708O Lord, the clouds are gatheringO LORD THE CLOUDS (A NEVER-FAILING STREAM)
709The right hand of God is writing in our landRIGHT HAND
710'I have a dream', a man once saidREPTON
711Loving God, in heaven above[Loving God in heaven above]
712What shall we pray for those who diedKINGSTON
713Come, all who look to God todayGONFALON ROYAL
714Gather us in, thou Love that fillest all!GATHER US INText
715Behold! the mountain of the LordGLASGOWText
716Come and find the quiet centreLEWIS FOLK MELODYText
717O Christ, the healer, we have comeANGELUSText
718We cannot measure how you healTHE BANKS O' DOON (YE BANKS AND BRAES)
719The one who longs to make us wholeTHIRD MODE MELODYText
720For justice, for freedom, for mercyLONGING
721We lay our broken worldGARELOCHSIDE
722Spirit of God, come dwell within meLEAVING LISMORE
723How can we know how long you waitDOWNING
724Christ's is the world in which we moveDREAM ANGUS
725Today I live, one day shall come my deathROBERTText
726When we are living, we are in the LordSOMOS DEL SEÑOR
727In the bulb there is a flowerHYMN OF PROMISEText
728God of the living, in whose eyesTYNEMOUTH (ST. CATHERINE'S)Text
729Hear me, dear Lord, in this my time of sorrowLONDONDERRY AIR
730From the falter of breathIONA BOAT SONG
731When grief is raw and music goes unheardText
732When Jesus longed for us to knowGAELIC LULLABY
733We cannot care for you the way we wantedJENNIFER
734O Christ, you wept when grief was rawROCKINGHAM (COMMUNION)
735Go, silent friend
736Give thanks for life, the measure of our daysSINE NOMINEText
737Will your anchor hold in the storms of lifeWILL YOUR ANCHOR HOLDText
738Glorious things of thee are spokenAUSTRIAN HYMNText
739The Church's one foundationAURELIAText
740For all the saints, who from their labours restSINE NOMINEText
741Glory to you, O GodDARWALL'S 148th
742Rejoice in God's saints, today and all days!LAUDATE DOMINUMText
743Behold what witnesses unseenWETHERBYText
744Hark how the adoring hosts aboveST. MAGNUS (NOTTINGHAM)Text
745How bright these glorious spirits shine!ST. ASAPHText
746There is a place prepared for little childrenDUNBLANE PRIMARY
747Jerusalem the goldenEWINGText
748As stars adorn the night-veiled skyWAREHAMText

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