The Book of Praise

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101You are before me, Lord; you are behindSURSUM CORDA
102When I lift up my voiceWHEN I LIFT UP MY VOICETextPage Scan
103O Lord, thou art my God and KingDUKE STREET
104Your faithfulness, O Lord, is sureMORNING HYMN
105I'll praise my Maker while I've breathOLD 113THText
106Let all creation bless the LordLUTHER'S HYMNTextPage Scan
107Sing praise to the Lord; sing praise in the heightTETHERDOWN
108Praise God with the sound of the trumpetCLEVELAND
109All earth is waiting to see the Promised OneTAULE
110Come, thou long-expected JesusHYFRYDOLText
111Creator of the stars of nightCONDITOR ALME SIDERUMText
112Prepare the way of the LordPREPARE THE WAYText
113Comfort, comfort you my peopleGENEVAN 42TextPage Scan
114Emmanuel, EmmanuelEMMANUEL
115Hail to the Lord's AnointedST. THEODULPHTextPage Scan
116Hark! a thrilling voice is soundingMERTONTextPage Scan
117Herald! Sound the note of judgementUNSER HERRSCHER
118Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comesRICHMONDTextPage Scan
119Hope is a star that shines in the nightMOON BEAMSTextPage Scan
120Lo! Christ comes with clouds descendingHELMSLEY
121Long ago, prophets knewTHEODORIC (PERSONENT HODIE)Text
122Oh come, oh come, Emmanuel (Oh! viens bientôt, Emmanuel)VENI EMMANUELText
123My soul gives glory to my GodMORNING SONG
124People in darkness are looking for lightPEOPLE IN DARKNESS
125People, look east. The time is nearBESANÇON
126On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEWText
127"Sleepers, wake!" A voice astounds usWACHET AUFTextPage Scan
128There's a voice in the wilderness cryingASCENSIONText
129Prepare the way, O ZionBEREDEN VAG FOR HERRANText
130To a maid whose name was MaryANNUNCIATIONTextPage Scan
131Tomorrow Christ is comingLITTLE BADDOWText
132What is the crying at JordanST. MARK'S, BERKELEY
133While shepherds kept their watchingGO TELL ITTextPage Scan
134Lord, you were rich beyond all splendourFRAGRANCE
135Christians, awake! salute the happy mornYORKSHIRETextPage Scan
136The first nowell the angel did sayTHE FIRST NOWELLText
137Born in the night, Mary's childMARY'S CHILDTextPage Scan
138While shepherds watched their flocks by nightWINCHESTER OLDTextPage Scan
139Hark! the herald angels sing (Ecoutez! la chant des anges) (Halld, mint zeng az egész ég)MENDELSSOHN
140In Bethlehem a newborn boyIN BETHLEHEM
141Good Christians, all rejoiceIN DULCI JUBILOTextPage Scan
142I wonder as I wander, out under the skyI WONDER AS I WANDER
143Infant holy, infant lowlyPOLISH CAROLText
144Twas in the moon of wintertimeJESOUS AHATONHIA
145In the bleak mid-winterCRANHAMText
146Angels from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUARETextPage Scan
147Angels we have heard on high (Les anges dans nos campgnes)IRIS (GLORIA)Text
148It came upon the midnight clearCAROLTextPage Scan
149Away in a manger, no crib for a bedCRADLE SONGText
150Jesus, our brother, kind and goodORIENTIS PARTIBUSTextPage Scan
151Lo, how a Rose e'er bloomingES IST EIN' ROS' ENTSPRUNGENText
152Still, still, stillSTILL, STILL, STILL
153Joy to the world! the Lord is come (Kee-pu-daw koo-joo oh-shut-neh)ANTIOCHText
154Silent night! holy night!STILLE NACHTTextPage Scan
155What shall we call himBLANTYRETextPage Scan
156The angel Gabriel from heaven cameGABRIEL'S MESSAGETextPage Scan
157The snow lay on the ground, the stars shone brightVENITE ADOREMUSText
158The hands that first held Mary's ChildNOEL
159Oh come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphantADESTE FIDELESTextPage Scan
160Unto us a child is born!PUER NOBIS NASCITUR
161What child is this, who, laid to restGREENSLEEVESTextPage Scan
162On Christmas night all Christians singSUSSEX CAROLTextPage Scan
163Of eternal love begottenDIVINuM MYSTERIUMText
164O little town of BethlehemFOREST GREENText
165O little town of BethlehemST. LOUISTextPage Scan
166Once in royal David's cityIRBYText
167Where shepherds lately knelt and kept the angel's wordMANGER SONG
168See amid the winter's snowHUMILITY
169Depuis plus de quatre mille ans (Faithful sages through ages long)IL EST NÉ
170What star is this, with beams so brightPUER NOBISText
171The people that in darkness pinedDUNFERMLINEText
172As with gladness men of oldDIXText
173We three kings of Orient areKINGS OF ORIENTTextPage Scan
174Worship the Lord in the beauty of holinessMORDUNTextPage Scan
175Brightest and best of the stars of the morningSTELLA ORIENTISText
176Songs of thankfulness and praiseSALZBURG (HINTZE)TextPage Scan
177Christ, whose glory fills the skiesHEATHLANDSTextPage Scan
178When heaven's bright with mysteryMEADVILLE
179Arise, shine out, your light has comeVOM HIMMEL HOCHTextPage Scan
180How brightly beams the morning star!WIE SCHÖN LEUCHTETTextPage Scan
181All praise to you, O LordST. ETHELWALDTextPage Scan
182What was your vow and visionGENEVAN 130TextPage Scan
183Christ, when for us you were baptizedJACKSON
184What king would wade through murky streamsSTANTON
185Jesus on the mountain peakMOWSLEYTextPage Scan
186Swiftly pass the clouds of gloryGENEVA
187We have come at Christ's own biddingBREWERText
188Far across the burning desertBEACH SPRING
189As when the Hebrew prophet raisedABRIDGETextPage Scan
190You thirsty ones! come to the spring!BELMONT
191Now quit your care and anxious fear and worryQUITTEZ
192The glory of these forty daysERHALT UNS, HERR
193Out of my bondage, sorrow and nightOUT OF MY BONDAGETextPage Scan
194Come, let us to the Lord our GodKILMARNOCKTextPage Scan
195Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishCONSOLATIONTextPage Scan
196Throughout these Lenten days and nightsBRESLAUTextPage Scan
197Forty days and forty nightsAUS DER TIEFETextPage Scan
198I hunger and I thirstQUAM DILECTATextPage Scan
199If I have been the source of pain, O GodCAMACUA
200Lord Jesus, who through forty daysST. FLAVIANText

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