The Hymnal : published in 1895 and revised in 1911 by authority of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America : with the supplement of 1917

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403Trumpet of God, sound highRANGOONPage Scan
404Hail to the Lord's anointedST. ANSELMPage Scan
405Light of the world, we hail theeSALVE DOMINEPage Scan
406aO'er the gloomy hills of darknessWILDERSMOUTHPage Scan
406bYe Christian heralds, go proclaimMISSIONARY CHANTPage Scan
407O north, with all thy vales of greenMEIRINGENPage Scan
408Ye Christian heralds, go proclaim[MISSIONARY CHANT]Page Scan
409Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morning!WESLEYPage Scan
410Hasten, Lord, the glorious time[PLEYEL'S HYMN]Page Scan
411aFling out the banner!WALTHAMPage Scan
411bHasten, Lord, the glorious timePLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
412Saviour, sprinkle many nationsFALFIELDPage Scan
413Lift up your heads, ye gates of brassPRESBYTERPage Scan
414God is working His purpose outAINGERPage Scan
415Send Thou, O Lord, to every placeTRUST (TORRANCE)Page Scan
416aThy kingdom come, O GodST. CECILIAPage Scan
416bHappy the souls to Jesus joinedST. AGNESPage Scan
417Alleluia, song of sweetnessALLELUIA DULCE CARMENPage Scan
418Happy the souls to Jesus joined[ST. AGNES]Page Scan
419aChildren of the heavenly KingPLEYEL'S HYMNPage Scan
419bBlessed are the sons of GodROSEFIELDPage Scan
420From all Thy saints in warfarePARADISE (WEBER)Page Scan
421Blesséd are the sons of God[ROSEFIELD]Page Scan
422Faith of our fathers! Living stillST. CATHERINEPage Scan
423Come, let us join our friends aboveANAGOLAPage Scan
424Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praiseALLELUIA PERENNEPage Scan
425We come unto our fathers' GodTHE GOLDEN CHAINPage Scan
426For all the saints who from their labors restSARUMPage Scan
427Who are these like stars appearingALL SAINTS OLDPage Scan
428Let our choir new anthems raiseCHESTNUT HILLPage Scan
429Hark! The sound of holy voicesSANCTUARYPage Scan
430Give me the wings of faith to riseHUMMELPage Scan
431O what, if we are Christ's[MARSHALL]Page Scan
432aOne there is, above all othersALBERTPage Scan
432bO what, if we are Christ'sMARSHALLPage Scan
433"Come unto me, ye wearyCOME UNTO MEPage Scan
434O Jesus, Thou art standingST. EDITHPage Scan
435Was there ever kindest shepherdILSLEYPage Scan
436aArt thou weary, art thou languidBULLINGERPage Scan
436bArt thou weary, art thou languidSTEPHANOSPage Scan
437aHark, my soul, it is the LordST. BEESPage Scan
437bNot all the blood of beastsOLMUTZPage Scan
438Come, ye disconsolateALMAPage Scan
439Not all the blood of beasts[OLMUTZ]Page Scan
440aPraise to the Holiest in the heightWESTMINSTERPage Scan
440bThere is a fountain filled with bloodCOWPERPage Scan
441O mystery of love DivineMANOAHPage Scan
442There is a fountain filled with bloodCOWPERPage Scan
443aWhen this passing world is doneMOUNT ZIONPage Scan
443bNature with open volume standsHAMBURGPage Scan
444Thy life was given for meDEVOTIONPage Scan
445Nature with open volume stands[HAMBURG]Page Scan
446aGrace! 'tis a charming soundSILVER STREETPage Scan
446bSaviour, when in dust to TheeSPANISH HYMNPage Scan
447Saviour, when in dust to TheeBLUMENTHALPage Scan
448aSinful, sighing to be blestWOODMANPage Scan
448bDepth of mercy! Can there beSEYMOURPage Scan
449Father, hear Thy children's callGOWER'S LITANYPage Scan
450Depth of mercy! Can there be[SEYMOUR]Page Scan
451aO Thou that hear'st when sinners cryHAMBURGPage Scan
451bWith broken heart and contrite sighST. LUKEPage Scan
452No, not despairinglyly come I to TheeKEDRONPage Scan
453With broken heart and contrite sigh[ST. LUKE]Page Scan
454Take me, O my Father, take meVESPER HYMNPage Scan
455Show pity, Lord: for we are frail and faintAUCKLANDPage Scan
456Come, let us to the LordSOHOPage Scan
457Lord, Thy mercy now entreating[ST. SYLVESTER]Page Scan
458aLord, in this Thy mercy's dayST. PHILIPPage Scan
458bLord, Thy mercy now entreatingST. SYLVESTERPage Scan
459Weary of earth, and laden with my sinLANGRANPage Scan
460We have not known Thee as we oughtST. CHRYSOSTOMPage Scan
461My sins, my sins, my Saviour!MONSELLPage Scan
462Far from Thy heavenly careVERBUM PACIS (Lomas)Page Scan
463Jesus, meek and gentleERNSTEINPage Scan
464aRock of ages, cleft for meTOPLADYPage Scan
464bRock of ages, cleft for me[REDHEAD No. 76]Page Scan
465My hope is built on nothing lessST. PETERSBURGPage Scan
466aO gift of gifts! O grace of faith!FAITHPage Scan
466bApproach, my soul, the mercy-seatDALEHURSTPage Scan
467O Thou from whom all goodness flowsMARTYRDOMPage Scan
468Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat[DALEHURST]Page Scan
469I heard the voice of Jesus sayVOX DILECTIPage Scan
470Beneath the cross of JesusST. CHRISTOPHERPage Scan
471I lay my sins on JesusWARINGPage Scan
472aLord, I believe; Thy power I ownLAMBETHPage Scan
472bI lay my sins on JesusMIRIAMPage Scan
473aJesus, lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDEPage Scan
473bJesus, lover of my soulMARTYNPage Scan
473cJesus, lover of my soulREFUGEPage Scan
474My faith looks up to TheeOLIVETPage Scan
475Lord of mercy and of might[ST. AMBROSE]Page Scan
476aLift up your heads, ye mighty gatesWAREHAMPage Scan
476bLord of mercy and of mightST. AMBROSEPage Scan
477aJust as I am, without one pleaJUST AS I AMPage Scan
477bJust as I am, without one pleaWOODWORTHPage Scan
478None other Lamb, none other NameROSSETTIPage Scan
479aOft in danger, oft in woeUNIVERSITY COLLEGEPage Scan
479bAm I a soldier of the crossMARLOWPage Scan
480Awake, my soul, stretch every nerveCHRISTMASPage Scan
481Am I a soldier of the cross[MARLOW]Page Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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