Anglican Hymn Book

Editor: Robert Singleton, Edwin Monk
Published: 1868
Denomination: Church of England
Language: English
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1Awake, my soul, and with the sun
2O timely happy, timely wise
3O splendor of the Father’s beam
4Christ, whose glory fills the skies
5The morning light hath shed its beams
6Look forth, mine eye, look up, and view
7As mounts on high the orb of day
8O God of morning, at whose voice
9Rise, my soul, adore thy Maker
10All praise to thee, my God, this night
11Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear
12Now the shining day is past
13Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
14The Christian’s path shines more and more
15Lord, ever show thy blessed face
16Ere I sleep, for every favor
17Savior, breathe an evening blessing
18Hear our prayer, O heavenly Father
19To thy temple I repair
20On each return of holy rest
21Welcome, sweet day of rest
22This primal day, the Spring of Time
23Lord of the Sabbath, hear us pray
24Blest day of God, most calm, most bright
25Jesus calls us! o’er the tumult
26Hark, a trumpet voice of warning
27The Lord of might from Sinai’s brow
28Blest Framer of the starry height
29Lo, he comes with clouds descending
30Great God, what do I see and hear
31Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes
32O come, Emmanuel, O come
33Lo, he comes, let all adore him
34Thou Judge of quick and dead
35Day of judgment, day of wonders
36O day of wrath, that awful day
37Zion, at thy shining gates
38Behold, the Baptist’s warning sounds
39The Lord will come; the earth shall quake
40Lord, give us that fervent love
41Hark, the herald angels sing
42Mercy triumphs, Christ is born
43Angels, from the realms of glory
44Bright and joyful is the morn
45While shepherds watched their flocks by night
46Hark what mean those holy voices
47Come, thou long-expected Jesus
48O Jesus, life of ruined man
49Chief of martyrs, thou whose name
50Thy dear disciple on the sea
51All hail, ye martyr-blooms, so bright
52Blest day, on which the Savior shed
53Let tyrants take their haughty names
54Lord, let me know my term of days
55Father, let me dedicate
56For thy mercy and thy grace
57Harp, awake, tell out the story
58Why, cruel Herod, dost thou fear
59Hail to the Lord’s Anointed
60Of noble cities thou art queen
61As with gladness men of old
62What star is this, that beams so bright (Singleton)
63God of mercy, God of grace
64Sons of men, behold from afar
65The race that long in darkness pined
66Alleluia, song of sweetness
67Songs of praise the angels sang
68The Lord, he gave the word
69Good Lord, who hast the weight woes
70Lo, steals apace the welcome tide
71The solemn time of holy fast
72My God, my God, my Light, my Love
73Come, let us to the Lord our God
74In the hour of trial
75From lowest depths of woe
76When our heads are bowed with woe
77O Lord, turn not thy face from me
78O wilt thou pardon, Lord
79Have mercy, Lord, on me
80Lord, when we bend before thy throne
81There is a fountain filled with blood
82Jesus, cast a look on me
83When, rising from the bed of death
84God, my Father, hear me pray
85Savior, when in dust to thee
86The kingly banners onward stream
87From the deeps of grief and fear
88Wake, O my soul, awake and raise
89Ride on, ride on in majesty
90Rock of ages, cleft for me
91Who comes from Edom, with his robes
92O, is it nought to you that tread
93O mourn, thou rigid stone
94According to thy gracious word
95Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
96Go to dark Gethsemane
97The cross, upraised on Calvary’s height
98My God, I love thee, yet my love
99When I survey the wondrous Cross
100O’erwhelmed beneath a load of grief

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