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He gave us eyes to see them,

And lips that we might tell How great is God Almighty

Who has made all things well!

C. F. Alexander

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INDEX TO FIRST LINES

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Abide with me! fast falls the even-tide 254

A chapel, like a wild bird's nest 317

A handful of red sand, from the hot clime 315

Alas! what secret tears are shed 143

All is o'er; — the pain, — the sorrow 56

All things bright and beautiful 327

Almighty Father! . . . . The rolling year 307

An ardent spirit dwells with Christian love 142

And is there care in Heaven, and is there love 108

And so the Word had breath, and wrought 67

As precious gums are not for lasting fire 169

As the hardy oat is growing 280

As grew the power of sacred lays 121

A song of a boat 214

Beautiful are the heralds 269

Behold ! a Stranger 's at the door 233

Behold the sun, that seemed but now 145

Behold yon wretch, by impious passion driven 265

Beneath the chancel's hallowed stone 192

Blest be Thy love, dear Lord 11

Bound upon th' accursed tree 48

Brother, thou art gone before us 182

But let my due feet never fail 32

But on before me swept the moonlit stream 89

By cool Siloam's shady rill 43

By Nebo's lonely mountain 79

Calm me, my God, and keep me calm 243

Calm on the bosom of thy God 211

Child, amidst the flowers at play 144
Child of sin and sorrow 263

Christ before thy door is waiting 140

Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire 29

Come, my way, my truth, my life 104

Come, O come! with sacred lays 3

Come, ye thankful people, come 286

Courage, brother, do not stumble 166

Courage, O faithful heart 98

Deep on the convent-roof the snows 266

Dim as the borrowed beams of moon and stars 67

Dying, still slowly dying 177

Kighteen hundred years agone 45

Ere last year's moon had left the sky 152

Ethereal race, inhabitants of air 325

Ethereal minstrel, pilgrim of the sky 300

Far away, where the tempests play 101

Far from the world, O Lord, I flee 244

Father, I know that all my life 13

For Thou wert born of woman! Thou didst come ... 35

Gently speak, and lightly tread 210

Give me a tender spotless child 137

Give me my scallop-shell of quiet. . . * 123

Gloomy night embraced the place 39

Glory to Thee, my God, this night 33

God is love; the heavens tell it 326

God is ascended up on high 62

God moves in a mysterious way 9

God scatters love on every side 265

Going home from the House of God 109

Happy soul! thy days are ended 174

Hark! hark I my soul! angelic songs are swelling .... 236

Hark, my soul I it is the Lord 231

Hast thou seen with flash incessant 276

Hear me, O God 8

He is gone —beyond the skies 61

Her eyes are homes of silent prayer 97

He stopped at last 77
He, who on earth as man was known 64

Hoiy, holy, holy Lord 5

Holy! Holy! Holy! Lord God Almighty 30

Hope springs eternal in the human breast 309

How blest Thy creature is, O God 26

How happy is he born and taught 123

How pleasant to me thy deep blue wave 92

If heavenly flowers might bloom unharmed on earth . . . 187

If you 're waking, call me early, call me early, mother dear . 222

I got me flowers to strew Thy way 60

heard the voice of Jesus say 234

hear thee speak of the better land 272

looked with pride on what I 'd done 262

mourn no more my vanished years 149

n pride, in reasoning pride our error lies 263

n the hour of my distress 28

n the hour of trial 22

n the silent midnight watches 245

In the days of our forefathers, the gallant days of old . . . 160

Into a desolate land 100

In token that thou shalt not fear 146

I praised the earth, in beauty seen 271

I say to thee — Do thou repeat 155

Is resignation's lesson hard 249

I sing the birth was born to-night 37

It came upon the midnight clear 90

It chanced upon the merry, merry Christmas eve .... 292

It is not growing like a tree 124

Jesu! bless our slender boat 20

Jesus, my strength, my hope 17

Jesu, the very thought of Thee 19

Just as I am, without one plea 253

Late, late, so late! and dark the night, and chill .... 102

Latest born of Jesse's race 82

Launch thy bark, mariner! Christian, Heaven speed thee . 148

Let me be with Thee where Thou art 247

Let other thoughts, where'er I roam 221

Let us quit the leafy arbor 275

Little pomp or earthly state 40
Like as the damask rose you see 168

Look westward, pensive little one 241

Lord Jesu, when we stand afar 47

Lord, with what care hast thou begirt us round 125

Lord, who art merciful as well as just 13

Lost! lost! lost! 129

Love thy God, and love Him only 246

Merrily, merrily, goes the bark 313

Methought I heard a sound, methought it came .... 219

My conscience is my crown 251

My fairest child, I have no song to give you 133

My God, my Father, while I stray 260

My life 's a shade, my days 173

My little doves have left a nest 297

My soul, there is a country 259

My spirit longs for Thee 246

Nearer, my God, to Thee 23

Near yonder copse, where once the garden smiled .... 158

O come and mourn with me awhile 49

O day most calm, most bright 143

O fairest flower! no sooner blown but blasted 180

Of all the thoughts of God that are 255

O happy is the man who hears 87

O happy soul that lives on high 248

O Lord! how happy should we be 232

O miserable man 184

Once more, through God's high will and grace .... * 282

One day to Helbeck I had strolled 320

On the cross the dying Saviour 296

O Paradise! O Paradise! 237

O rich the tint of earthly gold 306

O shame upon thee, listless heart 240

O that those lips had language! Life has passed .... 199

O Thou that driest the mourner's tear 12

Pause not to dream of the future before us 138

Poor little Willie 229

Praise be Thine, most Holy Spirit 27

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire i

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