A Church of England Hymn Book: adapted to the daily services of the Church throughout the year

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Editor: Godfrey Thring
Publisher: W. Skeffington, London, 1880
Denomination: Church of England
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2Brightly, O Father, when morning is breaking
3Christ, whose glory fills the skies
4Every morning mercies new
5My God, I praise thee for the light returning
6New every morning is the love
7Now morning lifts her dewy veil
8Now that the daylight fills the sky
9Now when the dusky shades of night retreating
10Now with the rising golden dawn
11O Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace
12Once again to meet the day
13Once more the daylight shines abroad
14Almighty Ruler, God of truth
15See the sun high heaven ascending
16Thy love for all thy creatures
17When at midday my task I ply
18As now the sun’s declining rays
19Before the ending of the day
20Behold the sun, that seemed but now
21O God, unchangeable and true
22The radiant morn hath passed away
23Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
24Again, as evening’s shadow falls
25Almighty God, thy throne above
26At even, ere the sun was set
27Creator of the light supreme
28Ere the waning light decay
29Father, by thy love and power
30Glory be to thee, my God, this night
31God, that madest earth and heaven
32Hear our prayer, O heavenly Father
33Heavenly Father, by whose care
34Holy Father, cheer our way
35Lord of my life, whose tender care
36Now God be with us
37Now sinks in night the flaming sun
38O Brightness of the immortal Father’s face
39O God of all the strength and power
40O Lord, who by thy presence hast made light
41O Savior, bless us ere we go
42Savior, again to thy dear name we raise
43Savior, breathe an evening blessing
44Source of light and life divine
45Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear
46The day departs
47The day is gently sinking to a close
48The day is past and over
49The day, O Lord, is spent
50The shadows of the evening hours
51The sun is sinking fast
52Through the changes of the day
53Through the day thy love has spared us
54When evening shadows gather
55As every day thy mercy spares
56Star of morn and even
57Sweet is the morning light to me
58Glory to thee, in light arrayed
59As thou didst rest, O Father
60Hail, holy rest, calm herald of that day
61Hail, sacred day of earthly rest
62Now the six days’ work is done
63O day of rest and gladness
64On this, the holiest and best
65This day the light of heavenly birth
66This is the day of light
67This is the day the Lord hath made
68Thou glorious Sun of righteousness
69Ere another Sabbath close
70When o’er the waters’ misty deep
71The earth in robes of light arrayed
72With azure girdle circled round
73So grass and herb and fruitful tree
74Four days had come and gone to rest
75The last great day of work had come
76And now, mid myriad worlds enthroned
77Behold us, Lord, a little space
78O Lord, it is a blessed thing
79Yesterday with worship blest
80Another day begun
81Thou in whose name the two or three
82Ascended Lord, accept our praise
83O Jesus, crucified for man
84Sabbath of the saints of old
85While the solemn note of time
86Jesus, life of those who die
87Jesus, with thy Church abide
88Great, mysterious Trinity
89God the Father, God the Word
90God the Father, God the Son
91Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, fill our hearts
92Of thy love some gracious token
93The Lord be with us as we bend
94For all thy love and goodness, so bountiful and free
95The springtide hour
96Summer suns are glowing
97The year is swiftly waning
98Winter reigneth o’er the land
99Again the Church’s year hath run its round
100Cast away the works of darkness
101God cometh, let the heart prepare

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