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No Hyma.

Х. Дуа
What shall we render, bounteous Lord 633 See the leares around us falling .

706
Who is thy neighbor? He whom thou 634 Shall I fear, 0 Earth! thy bosom

708
Lord, from whom all blessings flow

637

12. THE FUTURE LIFE AND HEAVEN.
Humility.
So heaven is gathering, one by one

631
Wherefore should man, frail child . . 656

No seas again shall sever.

634
We have no home on earth

647
Resignation.
Oh could our thoughts and wishes .

650
My God, I thank thee! may no .

643
I have a heritage of joy

651
He sendeth sun, he sendeth shower

645
There is a land of pure delight

656
Great Author of the world, I bow

648
Jerusalem, my happy home

657
Thy will be done! I will not fear

653
There is a state unknown, unseen

658
My God, my Father, while I stray

654
One sweetly solemn thought

659
For ever with the Lord.

660
8. BROTHERHOOD.
Far from these scenes of night

662
All men are equal in their birth .

631
There is an hour of peaceful rest

664

665
9. DISCIPLINE.

There is a place of sacred rest
There is an hour of hallowed peace

66e
The flower that grows within the shade 611

There is a land mine eye hath seen

670
The world can neither give nor take

639
There is a glorious world on high
a

672
Beneath thine hammer, Lord, I lie .

641
Down toward the twilight drifting

705
Bear on, my soul! the bitter cross .

642
When I can read my title clear

128
Deem not that they are blest alone.

644
My days are gliding swiftly by

733
O Love divine, that stooped to share

646
Jerusalem, my happy home

734
Faint not, poor traveller, though the way 652

Joyfully, joyfully, onward.

735
I cannot call affliction sweet

702

13. PRAYER FOR THE DEAD.
10. REDEEMING TIME.
They passed away from sight

649
Like shadows gliding o'er the plain

554
God of eternity, from thee

669

14. THE SAINTS IN HEAVEN.
Oh what concerns it him whose way

673
Hark the sound of holy voices

680
One by one the sands are flowing

683
Who are these in bright array

681
Tell me not, in mournful numbers

684
Father, hear the prayer we offer

707

15. ANGELS' Visits.
11. PREPARATION FOR DEATH. How cheering the thought that the spirits · 674
There is an hour when I must part

667
O God! thy grace and blessing give

671

16. HEAVEN EVERYWHERK.
I would not live alway; I ask not
676 | Our heaven is everywhere.

668

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1. PATRIOTIC.

5. DEDICATION OF A CEMETERY.
No. Hymn.

Na ilye
In pleasant lands have fallen .
644 How oft, beneath this sacred shade

710
Who, when darkness gathered o'er us

685
My country, 'tis of thee

687

6. EARLY PIETY.
God bless our native land .
688

700
Gone are those great and good

By cool Siloam's shady rill
689

719

Remember thy Creator . .
O Lord of hosts, Almighty King
692

724

While yet the youthful spirit bears .
The breaking waves dashed high

697
Oh guard our shores from every foo

701
When, driven by oppression's rod

709

7. SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
To thee, O God! we offer

716
2. FREEDOM.
O Thou who sendest sun and rain

726
O Thou whose presence went before

691

8. CHILDREN'S HYMNS.
3. TEMPERANCE.

Sweet hour of prayer
...

720
Mourn for the thousands slain

696
Great God, and wilt thou condescend

721
Now, host with host assembling.

717
O God! I thank thee that the night

722

723
Another day its course has run
4. DEDICATION AND ORDINATION.
Now condescend, Almighty King

727
O Saviour, whose immortal words .

703
O Thou whose own vast temple stands 704
Where ancient forests widely spread

711

9. FOR TEACHERS.
O God I thy children gathered here 729 | Mighty One, before whose faco

726

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

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Abide with me; fast falls .
According to thy gracious word.
A charge to keep I have
Again, as evening's shadow falls
Again the Lord of life and light
A glory gilds the sacred page
Alas the outer emptiness
All as God wills, who wisely heeds.
All earthly charms, however dear
Alleluia! alleluia .
All hail the power of Jesus' name
All is of God: if he but wave
All men are equal in their birth
All powerful, self-existent God
All-seeing God, 'tis thine to know
Almighty God, in humble prayer
Almighty, hear us while we raise
Am I a soldier of the cross
Amidst a world of hopes and fears .
A mighty fortress is our God .
And there were in the same. (Chant)
Angel, roll the rock away
Angels, assist to sing
Another day its course has run .
Another fleeting day is gone .
Another hand is beckoning us
Another six days' work is done
As body when the sonl is filed
As darker, darker fall
As down in the sunless retreats
As earth's pageant passes by .
As every day thy mercy spares
As oft, with worn and weary feet
A soldier's course from battles won
Assist us, Lord, to act, to be .
As the bright sun's meridian blaze.
As the hart, with eager looks.

No Hye
No. Hymn. At anchor laid, remote from home .

815
80 Author of good, we rest on thee.

261
497 A voice upon the midnight air

885
605 Awake, my drowsy soul, awake.

691
101 Awake, my soul, and with the sun .

59
40 | Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes .

612
329 | Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve

689
693 | Awake, our souls, away our fears

611
668 | Away from every mortal care

61
676
377

B.
415
269 Bear on, my soul! the bitter cross .

64%
631 Before Jehovah's awful throne

1
130 Before the cross of Him who died

417
626 Before thy mercy's throne.

559
262 Begin, my soul, the exalted lay

145
712 Behold the amazing sight . .

371
624 Behold! the blind their sight receive

880
300 Behold the man, - how glorious he

400
744 Behold! the morning sun

838
755 Behold! the Prince of Peace .

370
406 Behold the sun, now bright

839
189 Behold the western evening light

629
723 Behold where, in a mortal form

352
90 | Be it my only wisdom here

677
507 | Be merciful unto me. (Chant)

758
32 Beneath the shadow of the cross

487
618 Beneath thine hammer, Lord .

641
125 | Beset with snares on every hand

230
736 Beside the shore of Galilee

566
747 | Be still, my heart: these anxious

247
48 Be thou, O God! exalted high

47
427 Be with me, Lord, where'er I go

227
590 Beyond, beyond that boundless sea

220
615 Blessed are the pure in heart. (Chant) 770
379 Blessed be the Lord God of Israel. (Chant) 761
222 | Blessed be thy name for ever

167

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No. Hyma,

D.
Bless, O Lord! this opening year
639

No. Il
Bless, O my soul! the living God
172 Day by day the manna fell

298
Bless the Lord, O my soul. (Chant) 766 Day unto day doth utter. (O Holy Father) 102
Blest are the pure in heart.
610 | Dear as thou wast, and justly dear

610
Blest day of God, most calm, most bright 38 Dear Lord, to thee alcne

600
Blest hour when mortal man retires

45 Dear Saviour, if these lambs should stray 476
Blest Instructor, from thy ways ·
576 Deem not that they are blest alone.

644
Blest Spirit! Source of grace divine
314 | Do not I love thee, O my Lord

418
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed
492 Down toward the twilight drifting .

705
Brighwest and best of the sons of the morn-

373

E.
Bright was the guiding star that led
857

68

Early, my God, without delay ..
Brother, hast thou wandered far .

578
Earth's busy sounds and ceaseless din

41
Brother, though from yonder sky

603
Ere another sabbath's close

99
Burden of shame and woe.

394
Ere mountains reared their firms

132
By cool Siloam's shady rill

700
Ere to the world again we go

103
Eternal and immortal King

134
C.
Eternal God, Almighty Cause

183
Eternal God, thou Light divine .

816
Call the Lord thy sure salvation

686
Eternal Source of every joy

645
Calm me, my God, and keep me calm. 304 Eternal Source of joys divine

209
Calm on the bosom of thy God

609
Eternal Source of life and light .

76
Calm on the listening ear of night .

853
Eternal Source of life and thought.

44
Christ leads me through no darker rooms 416 Eternal Wisdom, thee we praise

206
Christ the Lord is risen to-day
405 Ever be near our side.

426
Christ, whose glory fills the sky.

440
Every bird that upward springs .

865
Clay to clay, and dust to dust

502
Every day bath toil and trouble.

742
Come, blessed Spirit, Source of light

836
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly dove . 301

F.
Come, Holy Spirit, come

19
Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove
806 Fading, still fading, the last beam

81
Come in, thou blessed of the Lord .

627 Faint not, poor traveller, though the way 652
Come, kingdom of our God

453 Fare thee well, thou fondly cherished . 623
Come, mighty Spirit, penetrate

305 Farewell! what power of words can tell . 519
Come, said Jesus' sacred voice
887 Far from mortal cares retreating

12
Coine, sor nd his praise abroad
8 Far from these scenes of night ..

662
Ссме, thоu Almighty King
8 Far from the world, O Lord! I flee

807
Come thou fount. (Father, source of). 165 Father, adored in worlds above

216
Come, thou long-expected Saviour.
875 Father, and is thy table spread

478
Come, thou soul-transforming Spirit 115 Father, beneath thy sheltering wing
Come to me, Lord, when first I wake . 278 Father, bless thy word to all

68
Come to the house of prayer .
17 Father divine, before thy view

197
Come to the morning prayer ·
282 Father divine, this deadening power

268
Come unto me, all ye. (Chant).
740 Father, give thy benediction .

118
Come unto me, when shadows
395 Father, hear the prayer we offer

707
Come, we that love the Lord .
122 Father, I know that all my life

223
Come, ye that know and fear the Lord 207 | Father, I wait thy word: the sun

271

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No. Ryma.
Father in heaven, to thee my heart

54 Glory to God, and peace on earth
Father, in thy mysterious presence .

320 Glory to thee, my God, this night
Father of all our mercies, thou

234 God bless our native land .
Father of all, with song and prayer

694 God comes with succor. (Hail to the)
Father of light, conduct my feet

597 God in the gospel of his Son .
Father of lights, we sing thy name

175 God in the high and holy place
Father of me and all mankind

263 God is in his holy temple .
Father of mercies, God of peace

542 God is love: his mercy brightens
Father of mercies, in thy word

331 God is my strong salvation
Father of our feeble race. (Lord what) 66 God is the refuge. (There is a stream)
Father, oh hear me now

326 God moves in a mysterious way
Father, refuge of my soul

635 God of all grace, we come to thee
Father, source of every blessing

165 | God of eternity, from thee
Father, supply my every need

91 God of mercy, God of love
Father, there is no change to live with thee. 267 God of my life, whose gracious power
Father, thy paternal care

158 | God of our fathers, by whose hand
Father, thy wonders do not singly stand . 268 God of the changing year, whose arm
Father, to thy kind love we owe.

173 God of the earth, the sky, the sea
Father, to us thy children, humbly kneeling 272 God of the prophet's power
Father, whate'er of earthly bliss

252 God of the rolling orbs above
Feeble, helpless, how shall I . .

389 God of the universe, whose hand
Fling wide the portals of your heart 429 God of the year, with songs of praise .
For a season called to part

97 God's glory is a wondrous thing
For ever with the Lord.

660 God shall bless thy going out
For mercies past we thank thee, Lord 105 God so loved the world. (Chant)
For summer's bloom and autumn's blight 555 God that madest earth and heaven.
Forth from the dark and stormy sky 275 God who is just and kind . .
Forth in tliy name, O Lord! we go

604 Go, labor on; spend and be spent
Fountain of mercy, God of love.

549 Gone are those great and good
Friend after friend departs

626 Gone is the hollow, murky night
From all that dwell below the skies

104 Go to dark Gethsemane
From every story wind that blows 432 Go to the grave in all thy glorious prime
From Greenland's icy mountains

463 Gracious Spirit, Love divine .
From the recesses of a lowly spirit .

739 Great Author of the world, I bow
From the table now retiring

494 Great Father of mankind .

Great Framer of unnumbered worlds

Great God, and wilt thou condescend
G.

Great God, at whose all-powerfui call .
Gently fall the dews of eve

505 Great God, beneath whose piercing eye
Ciently, Lord, oh gently lead us .

114 Great God, how infinite art thou .
Gently the shades of night descend

93 Great God, in vain man's narrow view
Give forth thine earnest cry

560 Great God, my Father and my Friend
Give thanks to God, most high

188 Great God, on whose sustaining power
Give to the winds thy fears

609 Great God, the followers of thy Son
Glorious things of thee are spoken . 445 Great God, this sacred day of thine
Glory be to the Father, Almighty. (Chant) 749 Great God, thy tender love hath sent
Glory to the Father, and to the Son. (Chant) 754 Great God, wert thou extreme to mark
Glory be to God most high. (Chant) 756 | Great God, we sing that nighty hand

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No. Hymn

850

88
688
464
847
169

10
163
715
845
205
594
669
67E
200

39
667
214
340
184
177
556
638
129
769

82
237
619
689
466
441
618
296
648

70
646
721
552
204
136
149
298
139
83
50
451
864
563

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