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First words of Hymn.


Author or Translator.




Holy, holy, holy Lord (Dox) 543 Edward Henry Bickersteth (1786-1850)
Holy, holy, holy Lord God

Reginald Heber, D.D., Bp. (1783-1820)
Hope of our hearts, O Lord 283 Sir Edward Denny, Bart. (1796-
*Hosanna, loud hosanna

436 Jennette Threlfall Hosanna to the living Lord 131 Reginald Heber, D.D., Bp. (1783-1820) *Hosanna, we sing, like the children 438 George Samuel Hodges How are Thy servants blest 527 Josephi Addison (1672-1719) How beauteous are their feet 157 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748) How blessèd, from the bonds of sin 359

H. L. L. (1825- ), from the German of Spitta How bright these glorious spirits 409

Scotch Paraphrase
How brightly shines the Morning 47 J. A. Schlegel, tr. by John Morison Sloan
How few receive with cordial faith 175

William Robertson (?) ( -1743)
*How loving is Jesus, who came 443 Anon
| How shall I follow Him I serve? 53 Josiah Conder (1789-1855)
How sweet the name of Jesus 43 John Newton (1725-1807)
How welcome was the call..... 525 Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
*Hushed was the evening hymn.. 439 James Drummond Burns (1823-1864)
I ain not worthy, holy Lord 235 Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus 278 Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)
I hear Thy welcome voice.... 173 Anon
I heard the voice of Jesus say 159 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808-
I lay my sins on Jesus

267 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808I left it all with Jesus long ago..

Anon *I love to hear the story

446 Emily Huntingdon Miller (1833I need Thee every hour

254 Annie Sherwood Hawks (1835I need Thee, precious Jesus 248 Frederick Whitfield (1829"I think, when I read the sweet.. Jemima Luke, (Thomson)(1813I was a wandering sheep

246 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808I worship Thee, sweet Will of God 321 Frederick William Faber, D.D. (1814-1863) *I would be Thy little lamb.... 447 Anon If God Himself be for me

264 Paul Gerhardt (1606-1676) tr. by Richard Massic *If I come to Jesus 444 Anon

[(1800*I'm a little pilgrim

440 Jolin Curwen (1817I'm but a stranger here

391 Thomas Rawson Taylor (1807-1835) I'm not ashamed to own my Lord 265 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748), In the hour of trial

319 James Montgomery (1771-1854) In Thy name, O Lord, assembling

Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)
It came upon the midnight clear 36 Edmund Hamilton Sears, D.D. (1810- )
It is not death to die

George Washington Bethune (1805-1862)
It passeth knowledge

61 Anon Jerusalem, my happy home 404 Anon, 18th century Jerusalem on high


Samuel Crossman (1628-1683) Jerusalem the golden

408 Bernard of Cluny, (c. 1145), tr. by J. M. Neale Jesus, and shall it ever be 300 Joseph Grigg (

Jesus calls us : o'er the tumult .. 301 Cecil Frances Alexander (1823- )
Jesus came, the heavens adoring 114 Godfrey Thring (1823-,
Jesus Christ is risen to-day

92 Anon (c. 1708), from a Latin Hymn of the 14th cent *Jesus, froin Thy throne on high 441 Thomas Benson Pollock (1836. ) * Jesus, high in glory..


Anon * Jesus, holy, undefiled


Mrs. Shepcote Jesus, I love Thee, not because 296 Francis Xavier (?), tr. by E Caswall (1814-1878) Jesus, I my cross have taken

313 Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) Jesus, I will trust Thee

273 Mary Jane Walker Jesus is our Shepherd..

449 Hugh Stowell (1799-1865) Jesus lives! thy terrors now

95 C. F. Gellert (1715-1769, tr. by Francis E. Cox Jesus, Lord of life and glory.. 338 James John Cummings ( -1857) Jesus, Lover of my soul.


Charles Wesley (1708-1788) Jesus loves me ! this I know...


Anna Warner
Jesus, Master, whose I am..... 304 Frances Ridley Havergal (1835-1879)
Jesus, meek and gentle

342 George Rundle Prynne
Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all 289 Henry Collins
Jesus, my Redeemer, lives..... 270 Louisa v. Bandenburg (1627-1667), tr. by Catherine
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me.. 44 Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871) [Winkworth (1829-1878



First words of Hynin.


Author or Translator.




Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 179

Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748). [(1825-
Jesus, still lead on

384 Count Zinzendorf (1700-1760), tr. by H. L. L.
Jesus, Sun of Righteousness. 481 C. Knorr v. Rosenroth (1636-1689, tr. by Do.
* Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me 448 Mary Duncan (Lundie), (1814-1840)
Jesus, the very thought of Thee

292 Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), tr. by E. Caswall
Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts 68 Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153)tr. by Ray Palmer
Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness 268 Count Zinzendorf (1700-1760), tr. by John Wesley
Jesus, Thy boundless love to me 62 Paul Gerhardt (1606-1676), tr. by Do. (1703-1791)
Jesus, to Thy table led

240 Robert Hall Baynes (1831- )
esus, we love to meet

450 Elizabeth Rooker Parson (1812-1872)
Jesus, when He left the sky 451 Anon
Jesus! where'er Thy people meet 219 William Cowper (1731-1800)
Join all the glorious nanies.... 45 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748-
"Joyfully, joyfully, onward we 454 William Hunter (18110 )
just as I am, without one plea.. 250

Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
Lamb of God, whose bleeding .. 84 | Charles Wesley (1708-1788)
Lead, kindly Light .

393 John Henry Newman, D.D. (1801.
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us 5 James Edmeston (1791-1867)
Let Christian faith and hope.... 271 Scotch Paraphrase
Let me be with Thee where Thou

340 Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
Let us, with a gladsome mind

John Milton (1608-1674)
"Little travellers Zionward

455 James Edmeston (1791-1867)
Lo, God is here ! Let us adore.. Gerhard Tersteegan (1697-1769), tr. by John Wesley
Lo! God, our God, has come .. 41 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808-

Lo! He comes, with clouds

Charles Wesley (1708-1788), & John Cennick
Look, ye saints, the sight is 105 Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)

"Lord, a little band and lowly 456 Martha Evans Shelly (Jackson)
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we fee

54 John Hampden Gurney (1802-1862)
Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing 532 John Fawcett, D.D. (1739-1817)
Lord God, the Holy Ghost 147 James Montgomery (1771-1854)
Lord, I hear of showers of blessing 339 Elizabeth Codnor
Lord, in Thy name Thy servants 503 John Keble (1792-1866)
Lord, it belongs not to my care.. 320 Richard Baxter, D.D. (1615-1681)
Lord Jesus, are we one with Thee

291 James George Deck, (1837)
Lord, let mercy now attend us 535 Anon
Lord, now lettest Thou Thy... 566 Luke ii. 29-32
Lord of our life, and God of our Anon, 8th cent., tr. P. Pusey (1799-1855)
Lord of the living harvest..... 362 John J. B. Monsel, LL. D. (1811-1875)
Lord of the Sabbath, hear our .. 205 Philip Doddridge, D.D. (1702-1751)
Lord of the worlds above

Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Lord, remove the veil away

Friedrich G. Klopstock (1724-1803), tr. by H. L. L
Lord, speak to me that I

Frances Ridley Haverga! (1836-1879)
Lord, Thine ancient people see.. 184 “Hymns for Church and Home
Lord, Thy Word abideth

172 Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
Lord, to Thee alone we turn.... 259

Albert Eubule Evans
Lord, when we bend before

223 Joseph D. Carlyle (1759-1804)
Love divine, all loves excelling.. 64 Charles Wesley (1708-1788)
May the grace of Christ....

531 John Newton (1725-1807)
Mighty God ! while angels bless 136

Robert Robinson (1735-1790)
Much in sorrow, oft in woe

H. Kirke White (1785-1806), and F. S. Colquhoun
My dear Redeemer, and my Lord 59 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748)
My faith looks up to Thee. 280 Ray Palmer, D.D. (1808-)
My God and Father, while I stray 317 Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
My God,and is Thy table spread 244 Philip Doddridge, D.D. (1702-1751).
My God, how wonderful Thou art 14

Frederick William Faber (1814-1863)
My God I thank Thee


Adelaide Anne Procter (1825-1864)
My God, the covenant

316 Philip Doddridge (1702-1751)
My heart is resting, O my God.. Anna Letitia Waring (1820- )
My life's a shade, my days 403 Samuel Crossman (1624-1683)
My Lord, my Life was crucified

204 John Mason ( -1694)
My Saviour, as Thou wilt 322 Benjamin Schmolke (1672-1737), tr. by H, L. L
My soul doth magnify the Lord.. 563 Luke i. 45-55
My soul hath found the steadfast 276 | Johann Andreas Rothe (1688-1758)





First words of Hymn.


Author or Translator.

My spirit longs for Thee...


John Byrom (1692-1763)
My spirit, on Thy care

323 Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847)
My times are in Thy hand.. 324 William Freeman Lloyd (1791-1853)
Nearer, my God, to Thee

343 Sarah Adams (Flower) (1805-1848)
No; not despairingly


Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808-
Not all the blood of beasts.. 269 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748)
Not what these hands have done 252 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808-
Now in parting, Father, bless us 236 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808-
Now may He, who froin the dead 533 John Newton (1725-1807)
Now praise we God (Dox.) 550 Anon
Now thank we all our God

303 Martin Rinckart (1586-1649), fr. C. Winkworth
*Now the day is over

457 Sabine Baring-Gould (1834 ) [(1829-1873
*Now the daylight goes away

460 Anon
Now the labourer's task is o'er.. 400 John Ellerton (1826- )
Now to Him that loved us (Dox.) 540 Samuel Miller Waring
O Christ, our Hope .

96 John Chandler (1806-1876), from the Latin
O Christ, what burdens


Anne Ross Cousin (Cundell)
O Christ, who hast prepared. 347 From the Latin, tr. by J. Chandler (1806-1876)
O day of rest and gladness... 203 Christopher Wordsworth, Bp. (1807-
O Father, all-creating..

526 John Ellerton (1826-
O Father, ever glorious (Dox.).. 539 Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825- )
O God, my strength and fortitude 23 Thomas Sternhold (

O God of Bethel, by whose hand 15 Philip Doddridge, D.D. (1702-1751)
O God of love, O King of peace 524

Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
O God, the Rock of ages

18 Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825- )
O happy

day, that fixed my choice 305 Philip Doddridge, D.D. (1702-1751)
O Holy Saviour, Friend unseen.. 274

Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
Oh, be joyful in the Lord

563 Psalm c.
Oh, come, all ye faithful..

39 From the Latin, tr. by F. Oakeley (1841)
Oh, come and mourn with me 76 Frederick William Faber, D.D. (1814-1863)
Oh,come let us sing unto the Lord


Psalm xcv.
Oh, for a closer walk with God.. 345 William Cowper (1731-1800)
Oh, for a heart to praise my God 349

Charles Wesley (1708-1788)
Oh, for a thousand tongues 130 Charles Wesley (1708-1788)
Oh, for the peace that floweth

392 Jane Fox Crewdson (1809-1863)
Oh, help us, Lord, each hour
H. H. Milman, D.D. (1791-1868)

Oh, let him, whose sorrow..

Heinrich Siegmund Oswald (1751-1837), tr. by F. E.
Oh, love, how deep! how broad ! 63 | John Mason Neale, D.D. (1818-1866) from the Latin
Oh, mean may seem this house 56 Thomas Hornblower Gill (1819-
Oh, the bitter shame and sorrow


Theodore Monod
Oh, timely happy, timely wise .. 479 John Keble (1792-1866)
"Oh, what can little hands do...


Oh, what, if we are Christ's 373 Şir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
Oh, worship the King

16 Sir Robert Grant (1785-1838)
O Jesus Christ, the holy One 241 Jane Euphemia Browne
O Jesus, I have promised 302 John Earnest Bode (1716-1874), [(1814-1878)
O Jesus, King most wonderful.. 292 Bernard of Clairvaux, (c. 1120), tr. by E. Caswali
o Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace 484 Ambrose (340-397), tr. by J. Chandler (1806-1876)
o King of mercy,from Thy throne 348 Thomas Rawson Birks (1810- )
O Lamb of God, still keep me .. James George Deck
O Light, whose beams illumine all

51 Edwards Hayes Plumptre, D.D. (1821- )
O Lord, how happy should we be 325 Prof. Joseph Anstice (1808-1836)
O Lord of heaven, and earth.... 19 Christopher Wordsworth, D.Ď., Bp. (1807-
O Lord, our God,

186 Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. (1779-1853)
O Lord, turn not Thy face... 253 John Marckant (1562-
O Love divine, how sweet

Charles Wesley (1708-1878)
O Paradise ! O Paradise !

415 Frederick William Faber, D.D. (1814-1863)
O perfect life of love.....

86 Sir Henry Williams Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
O Sacred Head, once wounded.. 79 Bernard of Clairvaux (c. 1130), tr. by J. W. Alexander
O Saviour, may we never rest 354 William Hiley Bathurst (1796-
O Saviour of the world

567 Latin Hymn
O Saviour, where shall guilty man 67 C. E. May..
O, sing unto the Lord a new song 571 Psalm xcviji




First words of Hymn.


Author or Translator.



536 508 20


O Spirit of the living God

177 James Montgomery (1771-1854) O Thou, the contrite sinner's... 350

Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871) O Thou, through suffering.. 521 William Walsham How, Bp. (18230 Thou, who diedst to give us life 327 Paul Gerhardt (1606-1676), ir. by C. Winkworth Oye who in His service (Dox.).. 542 Augustus M. Toplady (1740-1778) [(1829-1878) Object of my first desire

293 Augustus M. Toplady (1740-1778) D'er the distant mountains.

John Samuel Bewley Monsell, LL.D. (1811-1875) O'er those gloomy hills


William Williams (1717-1791) Of Thy love some gracious token 534

Thomas Kelly (1769-1855) "Once in royal David's city..


Cecil Frances Alexander (1823*One is kind above all others


Marianne Nunn (c. 1833) One more day's work for Jesus..


Anna B. Warner One sole baptismal sign

George Robinson One sweetly solemn thought.. 390

Phoebe Cary (1825-1871), One there is above all others.. 65 John Newton (1725-1807) Onward, Christian soldiers

375 Sabine Baring-Gould Our blest Redeemer..


Harriet Auber (1773-1862)
Our children, Lord, in faith 230 Haweis and Nunn
Our day of praise is done

209 John Ellerton (1826- ) Our God, our help in ages past 511 Isaac Watts (1674-1748) Peace, perfect peace

285 Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825Pleasant are Thy courts above .. 224 Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) Pour out Thy spirit from on high 364 James Montgomery (1771-1854) Praise God, from whom..

Thomas Ken, D.D., Bp. (1637-1711) Praise, O praise our God

Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877) Praise, my soul, the King

Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) Praise the Lord (Dox.)

541 Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) Praise the Lord ! ye heavens. 17

Anon (1809)
Praise the name of God (Dox.).. 549 Author unknown (1827)
Praise to our God....

522 John Ellerton (1826- ) Praise ye Jehovah !

Margaret, Lady Cockburn Campbell
Quiet, Lord, my froward heart.. 328 John Newton (1725-1807)
Rejoice, all ye believers...

117 Laurentius Laurenti (1660-1772), tr. by H. Lalo Rejoice, and be glad !..

476 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808- ) Rejoice, the Lord is King

Io3 Charles Wesley (1708-1788) * Rejoice to-day, with one accord..

25 Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877) - Rescue the perishing

365 Fanny Crosby
- Return, O wanderer, to thy home 160 Thomas Hastings (1784-1872)

Revive Thy work, Ó Lord. 187 L. C. W.
Revive Thy work, O Lord.


Albert Midlane (1825Ride on, ride on in majesty


Henry Hart Milman, D.D. (1791-1868)
Rise, gracious God, and shine τ85 William Hurn (1724-1829)
Rock of ages, cleft for me

272 Augustus M. Toplady (1740-1778) Round the Lord in glory seated.. 8 Richard Mant, D.D., Bp. (1776-1848) Safe in the arms of Jesus

286 Frances Jane Van Alstyne (Crosby)
Salvation ! oh, the joyful sound.. 190 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748)
Saviour, again to Thy dear name 498 John Ellerton (1826- )
Saviour, blessed Saviour


Godfrey Thring (1823- ). Saviour, breathe an evening

James Edmeston (1791-1867) javiour, like a shepherd lead us.. Dorothy Ann Thrupp (?) (1779-1847) javiour, sprinkle many nations..


Arthur C. Coxe, D.D., Bp. (1818- ) Saviour, Thy dying love..


Anon javiour! when in dust to Thee..

255 Sir Robert Grant (1785-1838) aviour, who Thy flock art feeding 231 William Augustus Mühlenberg, D.D. (1796-1871) ee the Conqueror mounts.. 108 Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Bp. (1807jee ! the good Shepherd, Jesus.. 464 Philip Doddridge, D.D. (1702-1751) jeek ye the Lord, while yet 165 Scotch Paraphrase - hall we gather at the river

Robert Lowry, D.D. (1826- ) ihepherd of tender youth

Clemens Alexandrinus ( -217), tr. by H. M.
Dexter (1821- )

(Сох ing praise to God who reigns

J. J. Schütz (1640-1630), tr, by Frances Elizabeih

492 468



First words of Hymn.


Author or Translator,


Sinners Jesus will receive

170 Neumeister, tr. by Emma Frances Bevan (1827-
Soldiers of Christ, arise

Charles Wesley (1708-1788)

Something every heart is loving.. 294 Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769), tr. by E. F. Bevan
Sometimes a light surprises 287 William Cowper (1737-1800)
Son of Man, to Thee I cry... 355 Richard Mant, D.D., Bp. (1766-1848)
Songs of praise the angels sang.. 135 James Montgomery (1771-1854)
Souls of men, why will ye scatter 176 Frederick William Faber, D.D. (1814-1863)
Sovereign grace, o'er sin.

72 John Kent (1766-1843)
Sow in the morn thy seed

363 James Montgomery (1771-1954)
Spirit Divine ! attend our prayers

148 Andrew Reed, D.D. (1787-1862)
Spread, oh, spread, thou mighty.. 193 J. F. Bahnmaier (1774-1841), tr. by C. Winkworth
Stand up and bless the Lord .... 225 James Montgomery (1771-1854)
Stand up, stand up for Jesus!.. 377 George Duffield, D.D. (1818-

Still with Thee, O my God


James Drummond Burns (1823-1864)
Summer suns are glowing ... 504

William Walsham How, Bp. (1823- )
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour 499

John Keble (1792-1866)
Supreme in wisdom as in power.. 275 Recast from hymn by Isaac Watts
Sweet feast of love divine

242 Sir E. Denny, Bart. (1796- )
Sweet is the work, my God

Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748)
Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go 491

Frederick William Faber, D.D. (1814-1863)
Sweet the moments

81 J. Allen (1734-1804), and Hon. W. Shirley (c. 1770)
Sweeter sounds than music knows 48 John Newton (1725-1807)
Take comfort, Christians


Michael Bruce (?) (1746-1767),
Take me, O my Father, take me.. 258 Ray Palmer, D.D. (1808-)
Take my life, and let it be

309 Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)
“ Take up thy cross


Charles W. Everest
Tell it out among the heathen


Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)
Tell me the old, old story


Katharine Hankey
Ten thousand times ten thousand 118 Henry Alford, D-D. (1810-1871)
TenderShepherd, Thou has stilled

402 J: W. Meinhold (1797-1851), tr. by C. Winkworth
The Church has waited long 119 Horatius Bonar, D.D. (1808- ) [(1829-1878)
The Church's one Foundation 196 Samuel John Stone (1839-
The day is past and over

494 Anatolius, 5th cent., tr. by J. M. Neale, D.D.,
The day Thou gavest, Lord 207 John Ellerton (1826- )

The God of Abraham praise

Thomas Olivers (1725-1799)
The God of harvest praise 506 | James Montgomery (1771-1854)
The happy morn is come

94 Thomas Haweis, LL.D., M.D. (1732-1820)
The Head that once was crowned Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)
The King of Love my Shepherd is 69 Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
The Lord will come!

113 Reginald Heber, D.D., Bp. (1783-1820)
The race that long in darkness.. 38 John Morison (?) (1749-1798)
The roseate hues of early dawn.. 352 Cecil Frances Alexander (1823- )
The sands of time are sinking 411 Anne Ross Cousin (Cundell)
The Son of God goes forth to war 378 Reginald Heber, D.D., Bp: (1783-1820)
The Spirit breathes upon the word 143

William Cowper (1731-1800)
The strain upraise of joy


Latin Hymn
The sun is sinking fast


Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Latin of 18th cent
Thee will I love, my strength 293 J. Scheffler (Angelus) (1624-1676), tr. by John Wesley
*There came a little Child to earth 463 Emily Elizabeth Steele Elliott [(1703-1791
Therefore with angels

560 Sanctus
*There is a better world, they say 466 John Lyth, D.D. (1881-
There is a blessed home


Sir H. W. Baker, Bart. (1821-1877)
There is a fountain filled..

277 William Cowper (1731-1800)
"There is a green hill far away

467 Cecil Frances Alexander (1823-
"There is a happy land.


Andrew Young (1807-
There is a holy sacrifice :::::


Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
There is a land of pure delight.. 414 Isaac Watts, D.D. (1674-1748),
There is a name I love to hear 50 Frederick Whitfield (1829- )
There is no night in heaven

Francis Minden Knollis (altered)
There is no sorrow, Lord

71 Jane Crewdson (Fox) (1809-1863)
* There's a Friend for little children 465 Albert Midlane (1825-
There were ninety and nine 163 Elizabeth Cecilia Clephane
Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old 520

Edward Hayes Plumptre, D.D. (1821•
Thine for ever, God of love 308 | Mary Fawler Maude (Hooper) (1848)




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