Sacred Songs For Public Worship: a hymn and tune book

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101I long for household voices goneMARLOWPage Scan
102The one life thrilled the star-dust throughMANOAHPage Scan
103Standing upon the mountain topMANOAHPage Scan
104Thou Grace divine, encircling allWOODSTOCKPage Scan
105The dove, let loose in eastern skiesWOODSTOCKPage Scan
106O God, our help in ages pastBARBYPage Scan
107Wisdom has treasures greater farBARBYPage Scan
108The heavens cannot contain thee, LordAZMONPage Scan
109O God, whose law is in the skyAZMONPage Scan
110If, on a quiet seaLABANPage Scan
111Sow in the morn thy seedLABANPage Scan
112Our heaven is everywhereLABANPage Scan
113Our heavenly Father, hearBOYLSTONPage Scan
114Teach me, my God and KingBOYLSTONPage Scan
115Thy way, not mine, O Lord!ST. THOMASPage Scan
116Come, kingdom of our GodST. THOMASPage Scan
117Say not the law divineST. THOMASPage Scan
118Hush the loud cannon's roarOLMUTZPage Scan
119"Is this a fast for me?"OLMUTZPage Scan
120The breaking waves dashed highBROWNEPage Scan
121Backward looking o'er the pastPLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
122Slowly, by God's hand unfurledPLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
123Heir of all the ages, IHENDONPage Scan
124In each breeze that wanders freeHENDONPage Scan
125All are architects of FateSOLITUDEPage Scan
126Learners are we all at schoolSOLITUDEPage Scan
127Thou, whose name is blazoned forthNUREMBRUGPage Scan
128Day by day, the manna fellNUREMBRUGPage Scan
129There's a strife we all must wageCHATHAMPage Scan
130Life of Ages, richly pouredCHATHAMPage Scan
131Leaf by leaf the roses fallBENEVENTOPage Scan
132When the truth shall lead us homeBENEVENTOPage Scan
133Watchman, tell us of the nightWATCHMANPage Scan
134Lord, what offering shall we bringWATCHMANPage Scan
135Teach us, Father, how to find thee!CHESTERPage Scan
136God is love: his mercy brightensCHESTERPage Scan
137Ever find I joy in readingCHESTERPage Scan
138We remember thee, O brave onesCHESTERPage Scan
139Glorious things of thee are spokenCHESTERPage Scan
140Onward [onward], though the regionCHESTERPage Scan
141Tell me not in mournful numbersSICILYPage Scan
142All around us, fair with flowersSICILYPage Scan
143One by one the sands are flowingWILMOTPage Scan
144Work! it is thy highest missionWILMOTPage Scan
145Not so fearful, doubting pilgrimSICILYPage Scan
146We are living, we are dwellingSICILYPage Scan
147Yes, for me, for me He carethSTOCKWELLPage Scan
148When the gladsome day declinethSTOCKWELLPage Scan
149Up the pathway of the agesGREENVILLEPage Scan
150Love divine, all love excellingVESPERPage Scan
151Only waiting till the shadowsVESPERPage Scan
152God of ages and of nations!HARWELLPage Scan
153Now the joyful Christmas morningHARWELLPage Scan
154I believe in Human KindnessAUTUMNPage Scan
155Live for something! be not idleAUTUMNPage Scan
156How shall come thy kingdom holyGREENVILLEPage Scan
157Far from mortal cares retreatingGREENVILLEPage Scan
158God is in his holy templePILGRIMPage Scan
159Dost thou hear the bugle soundingPILGRIMPage Scan
160O love, with thy sweet chainsMEADVILLEPage Scan
161Upon one land aloneMEADVILLEPage Scan
162Work, for the night is comingWORK, FOR THE NIGHT IS COMINGPage Scan
163When, on some strain of musicMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
164The light pours down from heavenMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
165He hides within the lilyMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
166The shadows fall so gentlyMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
167Good-night, we say at partingMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
168O God, the stars of splendorWEBBPage Scan
169Now is the time approachingWEBBPage Scan
170God is my strong salvationWEBBPage Scan
171O star of Truth, down shiningWEBBPage Scan
172Misfortune's hand hangs o'er meWEBBPage Scan
173Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsAMSTERDAMPage Scan
174Open, Lord, my inward earAMSTERDAMPage Scan
175Jerusalem the goldenWEBBPage Scan
176Thou'rt with me, O my FatherWEBBPage Scan
177Nearer, my God to theeBETHANYPage Scan
178My country, 'tis of theeAMERICAPage Scan
179God bless our native land!AMERICAPage Scan
180Like travellers that strayITALIAN HYMNPage Scan
181Here on this little worldITALIAN HYMNPage Scan
182Kind words can never dieBETHANYPage Scan
183The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
184Father, in thy mysterious presence kneelingMETRICAL CHANTPage Scan
185I cannot find thee. Still on restless pinionMETRICAL CHANTPage Scan
186The Lord is in His holy temple![The Lord is in His holy temple!]Page Scan
187Comrades, hark! the air about us[Comrades, hark! the air about us]Page Scan
188aIn the horror of the darkness of the old primeval night[In the horror of the darkness of the old primeval night]Page Scan
188bHail with Joy the blessed Spring-time![Hail with Joy the blessed Spring-time!]Page Scan
189In the old time, runs the story[In the old time, runs the story]Page Scan
190Born at last! the great Messiah[Born at last! the great Messiah]Page Scan
191Let the heavens break forth in singing![Let the heavens break forth in singing!]Page Scan
192O shepherds, shepherds, did you hear[O shepherds, shepherds, did you hear]Page Scan
193Our fathers' God, who still[Our fathers' God, who still]Page Scan
194When the burdens on us press[When the burdens on us press]Page Scan
195What song shall America sing[What song shall America sing]Page Scan

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