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Jesus, thou everlasting King..
506 Lead, kindly Light, amid..J. H. Newman 460
Let not the wise their wisdom boa.C. Wesley 308
Lift up your hearts to things abo.C. Wesley 558
Lo! He comes, with clouds des..C. Wesley 601
.I. Watts 281
Look from thy sphere of....W. C. Bryant 644
Lord, dismiss us with thy bless.J. Fawcett 39
Lord, for to-morrow and. E. R. Wilberforce 510
Lord, how secure and blest are they.I. Watts 439
Lord, I believe a rest remains...C. Wesley 356
Lord, I cannot let thee go..... J. Neuton 514
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HYMN Majestic sweetness sits enthrone. S. Stennett 135 O how happy are they. .C. Wesley 311 Make haste, O man, to live......H. Bonar 390 O how the thought of God. .F. W. Faber 363 May the grace of Christ our Sav.J. Newton 40 | O it is hard to work for God...F.W. Faber 442 Mighty God! while angels bl. R. Robinson 85 O Jesus, crucified for man. W. W. How 326 More love to thee.....Mrs. E. P. Prentiss 317 O Jesus, I have promised. ..J. E. Bode 350 Mourn for the thousands slain..S. C. Brace 698 O Jesus, thou art standing ....W.W. How 282 Must Jesus bear the cross alone. T. Shepherd 428 O joyful sound of gospel grace...C. Wesley 371 My bark is wafted to the strand. H. Alford 451 O King of kings, O Lord of hosts.H. Burton 714 My country, 'tis of thee.....S. F. Smith 702 O little town of Bethlehem.. .F. Brooks 121 My dear Redeemer and my Lord.I. Watts 140 O Lord!how happy should we be.J. Anstice 519 My faith looks up to thee... .R. Palmer 334 | O Lord of heaven and earth.C. Wordsworth 692 My God, accept my heart this. .M. Bridges 369 O Lord of hosts, whose glory..J. M. Neale 658 My God, how wonderful thou..F. W. Faber 86 O Lord, our fathers oft... Tate and Brady 700 My God, I love thee, not because.F. Xavier 483 O Lord, our God, almighty..F. K. Stratton 664 My God, I thank thee......A. A. Procter 29
O Love divine, how sweet thou..C. Wesley 368 My God, is any hour so sweet...C. Elliott 501 o Love divine, that stooped.O. W. Holmes 457 My God, my Father, while I stray.C. Eliott 521 O Love divine, what hast thou..C. Wesley 153 My God, the spring of all my joys.I. Watts 535 O Love! O Life! Our faith...J.G. Whittier 479 My gracious Lord, I own thy.P. Doddridge 336 O Love of God, how strong.. .H. Bonar 83 My heavenly home is bright and.W.Hunter 628
O Love that wilt not let me go.G. Matheson 481 My hope is built on nothing less. ... E. Mote 330
O Master, it is good to be... A. P. Stanley 131 Dly hope, my all, my Saviour... Unknown 444
O Master, let me walk with thee.W. Gladden 411 My Jesus, as thou wilt... .B. Schmolke 524
O mother dear, Jerusalem.... Unknown 610 My Lord, how full of sweet con.Mme. Guyon 518
o Paradise! O Paradise... F.W. Faber 622 My Saviour, on the word. ...A. L. Waring 364 My soul, be on thy guard. .G. Heath 493
H. W. Baker 155
O perfect life of love.. My soul before thee prostrate.C. F. Richter 273 perfect Love, all human.D. F. Blomfield 668 My soul, repeat His praise.. .. .I. Watts 94
sacred Head, now. Bernard of Clairvaut 151 My span of life will soon be...F.M. Cowper 426
sometimes the shadows.....E. Johnson 434 My times are in thy hand.....W.F. Lloyd 449 lo still in accents sweet and. S. Longfellow 395
Spirit of the living God. .J. Montgomery 188
O that I could repent, О that...C. Wesley 264 Near the cross was Mary weepi. J. da Todi 154 O that I could repent! With all.C. Wesley 265 Nearer, my God, to thee. Mrs. S. F. Adams 315 | O that my load of sin were gone..C. Wesley 381 Never further than.... Mrs. E. R. Charles 144 10 the bitter shame and sorrow..T. Monod 380 New every morning is the love....J. Keble 420 thou God of my salvation. .T. Olivers 25 No, not despairingly..
.H. Bonar 453 O Thou, in all thy might....F. L. Hosmer 484 Not always on the mount. .F. L. Hosmer, 477 0 Thou, in whose presence......J, Swain 530 Not only when ascends the song. T. H. Gill 520 Ó Thou to whom, in ancient..J. Pierpont 12 Now from the altar of my heart. .J. Mason 46
O Thou, to whose all-search.N.L.Zinzendorf 359 Now God be with us, for.... P. Herbert
58 O Thou, who camest from above..C. Wesley 313 Now I have found the ground. .J. A. Rothe 302 0 Thou who driest the mourner's..T. Moore 522 Now let the Father, and the Son..I. Watts 719 0 Thou, who hast at thy..Mrs. J. Cotterill 341 Now thank we all our God..M. Rinkart 30
13 Now the day is over......S. Baring-Gould
O Thou, whom all thy saints. ....C. Wesley 59
O Thou, whose bounty fills....J. Creudson 531
O what amazing words of grace..S. Medley 292 O come,
all ye faithful, triumph. Unknown 125O where are kings and empires. .A. C. Coxe 214 O come, and dwell in me:.. .C. Wesley 362 O where shall rest be found. .J. Montgomery 250 O come and mourn with me a..F. W. Faber 152 Word of God incarnate.....W. W. How 200 O could I speak the matchless. .S. Medley 540 O worship the King, all-glori. Sir R. Grant 106 O day of rest and gladness. C. Wordsworth
68 O Zion, haste, thy mission. M.A. Thompson 654 O for a closer walk with God. . .W. Cowper 492 Of all the thoughts of God. .E. B. Browning 541 O for a faith that will not. .W. H. Bathurst 424 Of Him who did sal..Bernard of Clairvaux 289 O for a glance of heavenly day....J. Hart 274 Oft in danger, oft in woe. O for a heart of calm repose. ... Unknown 376
H. K. White and F. S. Fuller-Maitland 412 O for a heart to praise my God..C. Wesley 354 On Jordan's stormy banks I...S. Stennett 617 O for a thousand tongues to sing.C. Wesley 1 On the mountain's top appearing. .T. Kelly 647 O for that flame of living..W. H. Bathurst 187 On this stone now laid with..J. Pierpont 657 O for that tenderness of heart...C. Wesley 278 Once more we come before our God..J. Hart 33 O glorious hope of perfect love. .C. Wesley 365 One more day's work for...A. B. Warner 419 O God, great Father, Lord, and. E. E. Hoss 231 One sole baptismal sign. .G. Robinson 559 O God, most merciful and true. .C. Wesley 401 One sweetly solemn thought. .P. Cary 620 O God of God! O Light of Light..J. Julian 15 One there is, above all others....J. Neuton 174 O God of love, O King of.Sir H. W. Baker 705 Onward, Christian soldiers. S. Baring-Gould 383 O God, our help in ages past.
1. Watts 577 Our blest Redeemer, ere he.. ..H. Auber 189 O God, the Rock of Ages. E. H. Bickersteth 18 Our fathers' God, to thee we. .B. Copeland 713 O God, thy power is wonderful.F. W. Faber 87 Our God is love; and all his sai.T. Cotterill 552 O happy day, that fixed my. P. Doddridge 312 Our highest joys succeed our... Unknown 474 O happy home, where thou art.C. J. Smitta 671 Our Lord is risen from the dead..C. Wesley 158 O holy Saviour, Friend unseen. .C. Elliott 478 Our thought of thee is glad. .J.G. Whittier 712 O how can they look up to heav.S. Browne 696 | Out of the depths to thee. Mrs. E. E. Marcy 127
HYMN Pass me not, O gentle Saviour.F. J. Crosby 329 Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear..J. Keble 47 Peace, perfect peace . . .E. H. Bickersteth 528 Sweet hour of prayer, sweet.W.W.Walford 516 Plunged in a gulf of dark despair. .1. Watts 242 Sweet is the work, my God, my Ki... Watts 71 Pour thy blessings, Lord. H. McE. Kimball 693 swell the anthem, raise the song..N. Strong 711 Praise God, from whom all blessing.T. K'en 718 Praise the Saviour, all ye na..B. Francis 649 Take my life, and let it be..F. R. Havergal 348 Praise ye Jehovah.... .M. C. Campbell 20 Take the name of Jesus... Mrs. L. Baxter 508 Prayer is appointed to convey ..J. Hart 502 "Take up thy cross,” the Sav..C.W. Everest 433 Prayer is the soul's sincere..J. Montgomery 497 Talk with us, Lord, thyself reveal.C. Wesley 499 Prince of Peace, control. ..M. A. S. Barber 337 Teach me, my God and King....(:. Herbert 417
Tell it out among the heathen.F.R.Havergal 634 Rejoice, the Lord is King. .C. Wesley 178 Tell the blessed tidings... Mrs. E. H. Miller 652 Rejoice, ye pure in heart..E. H. Plumptre 421 Ten thousand times ten thousand. H. Alford 618 Religion is the chief concern....
..J. Fawcett 314 The chosen three, on mountain. .D. H. Ela 129 Rescue the perishing........F. J. Crosby 697 The church's one foundation ..S. J. Stone 207 Return, O wanderer, return..W. B. Collyer 255 The dawn of God's dear Sabba. A. C. Cross 72 Ride on, ride on in majesty..H. H. Milman 150 The day is gently sinking. .C. Wordsworth 61 Rise, glorious Conqueror, rise. .M. Bridges 161 The day of resurrection..John of Damascus 164 Rise, my soul, and stretch thy..R. Seagrave 623 The day of wrath, that dre. .Sir W. Scott 603 Rise, O my soul, pursue the..J. Needham 404 The day thou gavest, Lord....J. Ellerton 60 Rock of Ages, cleft for me. .A. M. Toplady 279 The God of Abraham praise. T. Olivers
The God of mercy be adored.. ... Watts 721 Safely through another week...J. Newton 69 The gracious God whose mer..0.W. Holmes 669 Salvation! O the joyful sound....I. Watts 287 The head that once was crowned..T. Kelly 173 Saviour, again to thy dear name. .J. Ellerton 38 The heavens declare thy glory....I. Watts 202 Saviour, blessed Saviour. ..G. Thring 344 | The Homeland! O the Home H.R. Haweis 615 Saviour, breathe an evening. .J. Edmeston 55 The King of heaven his table. P. Doddridge 233 Saviour, like a shepherd lead us.. Unknown 677 The King of love my Shepherd.H.W. Baker 136 Saviour, more than life to me. .F. J. Crosby 490 The Lord is King! lift up thy voi..J. Conder 90 Saviour, teach me day by day..J. E. Leeson 676 The Lord is my Shepherd...J. Montgomery 104 Saviour, thy dying love......S. D. Phelps 349 The Lord is risen indeed. .T. Kelly 157 Saviour, when, in dust, to thee...R. Grant 500 The Lord Jehovah reigns.
.I. Watts 81 See how great a flame aspires....C. Wesley 643 The Lord our God alone. .C. T. Winchester 686 See Israel's gentle Shepherd. P. Doddridge 230 The Lord our God is clothed. .H. K. White 99 Servant of God, well done.. ...C. Wesley 593 The Lord will come and not be. .J. Milton 642
Servant of God, well done.J. Montgomery 597 The morning light is breaking..S. F. Smith 653 Shall hymns of grateful....J.J. Cummins 26 The perfect world, by Adam. . N. P. Willis 660 Shall I, for fear of feeble man..J.J. Winkler 225 The shadows of the evening. . A. A. Procter 62 Shall man, O God of light and..T. Dwight 596 The Son of God goes forth to war..R. Heber 416 She loved her Saviour, and to ..W. Cutter 694 | The spacious firmament on...J. Addison 84 Shepherd of tender. Clement of Alexandria 672 The starry firmament on high. . Sir R. Grant 203 Shout the glad tidings..W. A. Muhlenberg 119 The toil of brain, or heart. 1'. W. Freckelton 414 Show pity, Lord; O Lord, forgive. .1. Watts 270 There is a fountain filled with..W. Couper 291 Silent night! Holy night... .J. Mohr 123 There is a land of pure delight....I. Watts 604 Silently the shades of evening. ...C.C. Cor 52 There is an hour of peaceful. .W.B. Tappan 609 Since Jesus freely did appear. .J. Berridge 667 There was a time when children. T.R.Taylor 684 Since without Thee we do.. E. B. Browning 504 There's a Friend for little chil. .A. Midlane 680 Sing to the great Jehovah's pra..C. Wesley 575 There's a song in the air. ....J. G. Holland 112 Sing we to our God above. .C. Wesley 725 There's a wideness in God's...F. W. Faber 98 Sing with all the sons of glory..W.J. Irons 160 They who seek the throne of grace O.Holden 515 Sinners, the voice of God regard.J. Fawcett 246 Think gently of the erring..). A. Carney 699 Sinners, turn; why will ye die. ..C. Wesley 247 This child we dedicate.. .S. Gilman 232 Slowly, slowly darkening.. .S. Greg 464 Thou art the Way:-to thee...G. W. Doane 133 Softly fades the twilight ray..S. F. Smith 74 Thou dear Redeemer, dying: : .J. Cennick 532 Softly now the light of day..G. W. Doane 53 Thou didst leave thy.... E, E. S. Elliott 122 Soldiers of Christ, arise. .C. Wesley 382 Thou great mysterious God.. ...C. Wesley 318 Soldiers of the cross, arise. .J. B. Waterbury 385 Thou hidden love of God, wh.G. Tersteegen 345 Sometimes a light surprises....W. Couper 454 Thou hidden Source of calm re..C. Wesley 466 Soon may the last glad song ari. Mrs. Vokes 630 Thou my everlasting portion. F. J. Crosby 332 Sow in the morn thy seed.".J. Montgomery389 Thou Son of God, whose flaming.,C.Wesley 24.5 Spirit Divine, attend our prayer. ...Å. Reed 190 Thou, whose almighty word...J. Marriott 629 Spirit of faith, come down......C. Wesley 191 Thou, whose unmeasured.. W. C. Bryant 659 Spirit of God! descend upon my..G. Croly 197 Though troubles assail, and dan.J. Newton 92 Stand, soldier of the cr..E. H. Bickersteth 413 Through the night of doubt. B. S. Ingemann 567 Stand the omnipotent decree....C. Wesley 598 Thus far the Lord hath led me on. .I. Watts 51 Stand up, stand up for Jesus.G. Duffield, Jr. 386 Thy way, not mine, O Lord... .H. Bonar 527 Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stay... Wesley 269 "Till He come,” O let the. .E. H. Bickersteth 240 Still, still with Thee..........H. B. Stowe “ Tis finished 1” so the Saviour. .s. Stennett 149 Still will we trust. .W. H. Burleigh 486 'Tis midnight; and on Olive W. B. Tappan 147 Still with thee, O my God. .J. D. Burns 525 To Father, Son, and Holy Gh.Tate and Brady 720 Strong Son of God.... .A. Tennyson 139 | To God on high be thanks......N. Decius 93
HYMN To God, the Father, Son.. .J. Wesley 722 What various hindrances we..W. Corpet 496 To God, the Father, Son.. .E. F. Hatfield 727 Whate'er my God ordains....S. Rodigast 487 To God your every want. C. Wesley 512 When all thy mercies, O my God. J. Addison 105 To thee, Eternal Soul. .R. W. Gilder 14 When gathering clouds.. Sir R. Grant
134 To thee, O dear, dear Sav..J. S. B. Monsell 324 When I can read my title clear...I. Watts 440 To-morrow, Lord, is thine...P. Doddridge 253 When I survey the wondrous cross. I. Watts 141 True-hearted, whole-hearted.F. R. Havergal 420 When Israel, of the Lord be...Sir W. Scott 95 Try us, O God, and search the. .C. Wesley 555 When Jesus dwelt in mortal. ..T. Gibbons 695
When, marshaled on the night. H. K. White 124 Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb. .1. Watts 586 When morning gilds the.. .E. Casuall 32 Upon the gospel's sacred...Sir J. Bowring
199 When musing sorrow weeps . ..G. T. Noel 455
When on my day of life....J. G. Whittier 589 Walk in the light ! so shalt thou..B. Barton
When the weary, seeking rest....H. Bonar 509 361
When time seems short and..G. W. Bethune 296 Watchman, tell us of the..Sir J. Bowring 636 Where cross the crowded ways.F.M. North 423 We bid thee welcome......J. Montgomery 226 Wherewith, O Lord, shall I draw.C. Wesley 244 We give thee but thine own...W. W. How 688 We hope in thec, O God.
While life prolongs its precious. .T. Dwight 254
M. F. Hearn 328 We journey through a vale of..B. Barton
While shepherds watched. . Tate and Brady 115
447 While thee I seek, protect. H. M. Williams 517 We lift our hearts to thee.
While, with ceaseless course, the.J. Neuton 574 We march, we march to victo. .G. Moultrie 418
Who are these arrayed in white. .C. Wesley 619 We may not climb the heav.J.G. Whittier 128
Who is thy neighbor? He..W.B.O. Peabody 690 We plow the fields and scatter. M. Claudius 716
595 We praise thee, Lord, for ho..J. P. Hoppe 550 Why should our tears in..W. H. Bathurst
Why do we mourn departing frien. I. Watts
591 We rear not a temple, like Ju..H. Ware, Ir. 666
299 We would see Jesus..
Why should the children of a King 1. Watts
Why should we start and fear to.. 1. Watts 581 Weary of earth, and laden...S. J. Stone 284 Wilt thou hear the voice.. Mrs. C. L. Rice 675 Weary souls, that wander wide. .C. Wesley 262 With glorious clouds encompas. .C. Wesley 327 Weep not for a brother deceased.C. Wesley 594 With joy we hail the sacred day. .H. Auber 65 Welcome, delightful morn....T. Hayward 67
Work, for the night is coming. A. L. Walker 422 Welcome, happy morning.. .V. Fortunatus 166 Workman of God ! O lose not. .F.W. Faber 392 Welcome, sweet day of rest. I. Watts
64 What a Friend we have in Jesus. J. Scriven 551
11 What grace, O Lord, and be. . Sir E. Denny 126 Ye servants of God, your Master.C. Wesley What is our calling's glorious...C. Wesley 358 Ye servants of the Lord....P. Doddridge 429 What is the thing of great. .J. Montgomery 243 What though the arm of con.P. Doddridge 592 Zion stands with hills surrounded. T. Kelly '212
First Lines of Chants and Occasional pieces
All things come of thee, O Lord..