The Church Hymnal: revised and enlarged in accordance with the action of the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1892. (Ed. B)

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58bO little town of Bethlehem!ST. LOUISTextPage Scan
59aIt came upon the midnight clearCAROLTextPage Scan
59bIt came upon the midnight clearPRINCE OF PEACEPage Scan
60Angels from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUARETextPage Scan
61aHark! what mean those holy voicesHOLY VOICESTextPage Scan
61bHark! what mean those holy voicesSIBERIATextPage Scan
62aFrom the Eastern mountainsVALOURTextPage Scan
62bFrom the Eastern mountainsSTANTONPage Scan
63Earth has many a noble citySTUTTGARDTextPage Scan
64When from the East the wise men cameHOPKINSTextPage Scan
65As with gladness men of oldDIXTextPage Scan
66aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningBRIGHTEST AND BESTTextPage Scan
66bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningORIENTPage Scan
66cBrightest and best of the sons of the morningMORNING STARPage Scan
67aSongs of thankfulness and praiseST. EDWARDTextPage Scan
67bSongs of thankfulness and praiseROLANDTextPage Scan
68aO One with God the FatherWESTWOODTextPage Scan
68bO One with God the FatherST. ANSELMTextPage Scan
69aWithin the Father's houseST. GEORGETextPage Scan
69bWithin the Father's houseBEN RHYDDINGTextPage Scan
70aGlory to Thee, O LordST. HELENATextPage Scan
70bGlory to Thee, O LordDAY OF PRAISETextPage Scan
71aFierce was the storm of windMORAVIATextPage Scan
71bFierce was the storm of windALMA MATERTextPage Scan
72aNot by Thy mighty handHEATHTextPage Scan
72bNot by Thy mighty handSEALTextPage Scan
73aAlleluia, song of gladnessDULCE CARMENTextPage Scan
73bAlleluia, song of gladnessROUENPage Scan
74In exile here we wanderST. AVOLDTextPage Scan
75Lord of the hearts of menGILDASTextPage Scan
76aGracious Spirit, Holy GhostCHARITYTextPage Scan
76bGracious Spirit, Holy GhostCAPETOWNPage Scan
77Thou, Who on that wondrous journeyCAIRNBROOKTextPage Scan
78Lord! Who throughout these forty daysST. FLAVIANTextPage Scan
79Forty days and forty nightsHEINLEINTextPage Scan
80aAwhile in spirit, Lord, to TheeRIVAULXTextPage Scan
80bAwhile in spirit, Lord, to TheeWARDTextPage Scan
81aChristian! dost thou see them ST. ANDREW OF CRETETextPage Scan
81bChristian! dost thou see them HOLY WARPage Scan
82Weary of earth, and laden with my sinLANGRANTextPage Scan
83Weary of wandering from my GodWAVERTREETextPage Scan
84O Thou, the contrite sinners' friendTIDESWELLTextPage Scan
85O Jesu, Saviour of the lostMARTYRDOMTextPage Scan
86O Thou that hear'st when sinners cryHUMILITYTextPage Scan
87aWith broken heart and contrite sighPENITENCETextPage Scan
87bWith broken heart and contrite sighZEPHYRTextPage Scan
88aLord, in this Thy mercy's dayST. PHILIPTextPage Scan
88bLord, in this Thy mercy's dayHOLY CROSSTextPage Scan
89aSaviour! when in dust to TheeSPANISH CHANTTextPage Scan
89bSaviour! when in dust to TheeHERVEYPage Scan
90All glory, laud, and honor ST. THEODULPHTextPage Scan
91Ride on! ride on in majesty!ST. DROSTANETextPage Scan
92O Thou, Who through this holy weekSAWLEYTextPage Scan
93Go to dark GethsemaneREDHEAD NO. 76TextPage Scan
94The royal banners forward goVEXILLA REGISTextPage Scan
95Lord Jesus! when we stand afarEDENTextPage Scan
96aBehold the Lamb of God!ST. JOHNTextPage Scan
96bBehold the Lamb of God!ECCE AGNUSPage Scan
97See the destined day arise!REDHEAD NO. 47TextPage Scan
98Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's battlePANGE LINGUATextPage Scan
99Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingMARGARET STREETTextPage Scan
100We sing the praise of Him who diedBRESLAUTextPage Scan
101When I survey the wondrous crossROCKINGHAMTextPage Scan
102aO Sacred Head surroundedPASSION CHORALETextPage Scan
102bO Sacred Head surroundedST. CHRISTOPHERTextPage Scan
103aAt the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATER NO. 1TextPage Scan
103bAt the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATER NO. 2TextPage Scan
103cAt the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATER NO. 3TextPage Scan
104Sweet the moments, rich in blessingBATTYPage Scan
105Oh come and mourn with me awhileST. CROSSPage Scan
106aIn His own raiment cladCRUXTextPage Scan
106bIn His own raiment cladCALVARYTextPage Scan
107Resting from His work todayREDHEAD NO. 76TextPage Scan
108aThe grave itself a garden isDALEHURSTTextPage Scan
108bThe grave itself a garden isBELMONTPage Scan
109a"Welcome, happy morning!" age to age shall sayWELCOME HAPPY MORNINGPage Scan
109b"Welcome, happy morning!" age to age shall sayFORTUNATUSTextPage Scan
110aCome, ye faithful, raise the strainST. KEVINTextPage Scan
110bCome, ye faithful, raise the strainREX REGUMTextPage Scan
111aChrist the Lord is risen to-dayCLARIONTextPage Scan
111bChrist the Lord is risen to-dayMOZARTPage Scan
112aJesus Christ is risen to-dayWORGANTextPage Scan
112bJesus Christ is risen to-dayEASTER HYMNPage Scan
113Christ is risen! Christ is risen! RESURREXITPage Scan
114aChrist, the Lord is risen againWIRTEMBURGTextPage Scan
114bChrist the Lord is risen againLAETABUNDUSPage Scan
115aThe Day of resurrection!ROTTERDAMPage Scan
115bThe day of resurrection!ALL HALLOW'STextPage Scan
116aAngels, roll the rock away!ARIMATHEAPage Scan
116bAngels, roll the rock away!EASTERTextPage Scan
116cAngels, roll the rock away!FIRTHTextPage Scan
117He is risen, He is risenPARANTextPage Scan
118aAt the Lamb's high feast we singSALZBURGTextPage Scan
118bAt the Lamb's high feast we singST. GEORGE'S WINDSORTextPage Scan
119aLift up, lift up your voices now!LIFT UPTextPage Scan
119bLift up, lift up your voices now!LEIPSICTextPage Scan
120aMorn's roseate hues have decked the skyREDCLIFFPage Scan
120bMorn's roseate hues have decked the skyRINGLANDTextPage Scan
121The strife is o'er, the battle doneVICTORYTextPage Scan
122Jesus lives! thy terrors nowST. ALBINUSPage Scan

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