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Hymn

The swift declining day

Doddridge

375

The trial of our faith is now

Gaskell....... 503

The uplifted eye and bended knee

Scott ..................

38

The weary traveller, lost in night

277

The winds were howling o'er the deep......

... ... ... ... Heber

166

They who seek the throne of grace

Jethod. Col. Amer. 10

Thine eye, Lord God, alone can see

Montgomery 359

Thirsting for a living spring

Anon.

245

This foolish heart can leave her God

Watts

271

This stone to thee in faith we lay ....

Montgomery 530

Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore thee Heber.

516

Thou art, O God, the life and light

Moore

80

Thou framer of the light and dark

Keble

586

Though lowly here our lot may be

Gaskell

558

Though wandering in a stranger land

T. Carlyle

517

Thou, God, art a consuming fire

Montgomery 113

Thou grace divine, encircling all

E. H. Sears

288

Thou, great Creator, art possessed

Breviary

43

Thou hidden love of God, whose height

Moravian..

284

Thou, Lord, through every changing scene... ... ... Doddridge

117

Thousands, O Lord of Hosts, this day

Montgomery

39

Thousands, O Lord of Hosts, this day

Montgomery 516

Thou that art strong to comfort, look on me Mrs. Howitt... 475

Thou very present aid

C. Wesley ..

410

Thou, who didst stoop below.....

Mrs, Miles

110

Through all the various shifting scene

Collet

116

Thus far the Lord hath led me on

Watts

594

Thus said Jesus, Go and do

Roscoe

326

Thus shalt thou love the Almighty Lord... E. Taylor

275

Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declare

Montgomery... 79

Thy kingdom come, with power and grace C. Wesley

582

Thy law is perfect, Lord of light

Montgomery 279

Thy name, Almighty Lord ....

Watts

9

Thy presence, everlasting God

Doddridge

570

Thy way is in the deep, O Lord

Martincau's Col. ... 477

Thy will be done! in devious way..

Bouring

269

Times without number have I prayed

C. Wesley

394

Time was I shrank from what was right

J. H. Newman 374

'T is by thy strength the mountains stand Watts

78

'T is my happiness below

Cowper.

407

To keep the lamp alive

Cowper

302

To thee, my God, my days are known

Doddridge

282

To thee, O God, we homage pay

Doddridge

77

To the our wants are known

Newton..

575

To thee, the Lord Almighty

Gaskell ... ... ... ... ...

571

To the Father, through the Son

H, A. B.

545

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We ask for peace, O Lord

A. A. Procter 418
We covenant with hand and heart

Doravian...

345
Weep not for those in Christ wlio sleep

Bulfinch

479
We have pledged a solemn vow...

Gaskell

533
We wait in faith, in prayer we wait

Anon.

297
What is the first and great command

Roscoe

314
What power unseen by mortal eye

Bulfinch

203

What shall we ask of God in prayer.

Montgomery

73

What 's hallowed ground, has earth a clod Campbell

352
Whatsoever be the seed

Gaskell...

557

What sudden blaze of song

Keble

100

What though our bodies part.........

C. Wesley... 585
What various hindrances we meet

Couper

202

When all thy mercies, O my God

Addison

151

When as returns this solemn day.

Barbauld

20
When darkness long has veiled my mind Couper.

409
When from the depths of woe

Montgomery. 401

When gathering clouds around me rise

C. Grant

212

When, gracious Lord, when shall it be

C. Wesley.

283

When I can trust my all with God

Conder

402

When in the vale of lengthened years

Rowe....

555
When I sink down in gloom or fear ......

J. H. Neuman ...... 169
When Israel, of the Lord beloved....

Sir W. Scott......... 147

When I survey life's varied scene...

Steele

408

When Jordan hushed his waters still

Campbell

161
When life, as opening buds, is sweet

Barbauld

512
When, like a stranger, on our sphere

Montgomery.

325
When Nature fails, and day and night...

Addison

152
When our heads are bowed in woe

Milman

209

When overwhelmed with grief

Watts

478

When power divine in mortal form

J, E. Smith

167

When round thy wondrous works below

Keble

549

When Spring unlocks the flowers, to paint the laughing soil Heber 110
When up to nightly skies we gaze

Sterling

107

Wherefore should man, frail child of day Enfield

393

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HYMNS OF WORSHIP.

1. L. M.
1 Lo! God is here ! let us adore,

And humbly bow before His face:
Let all within us feel His power;

Let all within us seek His grace.
2 Lo! God is here! Him day and night

United choirs of angels sing:
To Him, enthroned above all height,

Heaven's host their noblest praises bring. 3 Being of beings ! may our praise

Thy courts with grateful incense fill;
Still may we stand before Thy face,

Still hear and do Thy sovereign will ! 4 More of Thy presence, Lord, impart !

More of Thy image let us bear:
Erect Thy throne within our heart,
And reign without a rival there!

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