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Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship

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Publisher: Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd, London, 2013
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1Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNText
2Christ, whose glory fills the skiesRATISBONText
3Father, we praise thee, now the night is overCHRISTE SANCTORUMText
4New every morning is the loveMELCOMBEText
5Lord, as I wake I turn to youBOLNHURST
6Lord, as the day beginsLITTLE CORNARDText
7This is the day the Lord hath madeBISHOPTHORPEText
8Today I awake and God is before meSLITHERS OF GOLD
9When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINIText
10Abide with me; fast falls the eventideEVENTIDEText
11As now the sun's declining raysST PETERText
12Before the ending of the dayTE LUCIS ANTE TERMINUMText
13At even, ere the sun was setANGELUSText
14aEternal light, shine in my heartJACOBText
14bEternal light, shine in my heartHERONGATEText
15Glory to thee, my God, this nightTALLIS'S CANONText
16God, that madest earth and heavenAR HYD Y NOSText
17Hail, gladdening Light, of his pure glory pouredSEBASTEText
18Light of gladness, Lord of gloryQUEM PASTORES LAUDAVERE
19Now as the evening shadows fallBLACKHEATH
20O gladsome light, O graceNUNC DIMITTISText
21O strength and stay upholding all creationSTRENGTH AND STAYText
22Saviour, again to thy dear name we raiseELLERSText
23Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dearABENDSText
24The day thou gavest, Lord, is endedST CLEMENTText
25We praise you, Father, for your giftGONFALON ROYAL
26Advent candles tell their storyANGEL VOICES
27Colours of day dawn into the mindLIGHT UP THE FIRE
28Come and see the shining hope that Christ's apostle sawMARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA
29Come now, O Prince of PeaceO-SO-SO
30Come, thou long-expected JesusCROSS OF JESUSText
31Come, light of the world, light up our lives, LordINVOCATIONS
32Come, thou Redeemer of the earthPUER NOBIS NASCITURText
33aCreator of the starry heightCONDITOR ALME SIDERUMText
33bCreator of the starry heightBROCKHAMText
34Earth was waiting, spent and restlessPICARDYText
35Now all the world belongs to Christ our LordCRUCIFER
36Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comesBRISTOLText
37Hark what a sound, and too divine for hearingHIGHWOODText
38Hark, a thrilling voice is soundingMERTONText
39Hills of the North, rejoiceLITTLE CORNARDText
40Into the darkness of this world[Into the darkness of this world]
41Lo, he comes with clouds descendingHELMSLEYText
42Longing for light, we wait in darknessCHRIST BE OUR LIGHT
43Now from the heavens descendingSTAND UP
44aO Child of promise, come!ST THOMAS
44bO Child of promise, come!VENICE
45O come, O come, EmmanuelVENI EMMANUELText
46On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEWTextPage Scan
47People, look east to see at lastBESANÇON CAROL
48Sing we of the Kingdom, giving thanks to GodPOWERSTOCK
49Soon and very soonSOON AND VERY SOON
50The advent of our KingST THOMASText
51The Lord will come and not be slowST STEPHEN (NEWINGTON)Text
52The people that in darkness satDUNDEEText
53Prepare the way for the Lord[Wait for the Lord, whose day is near]
54Wake, O wake! With tidings thrillingWACHET AUFText
55When the King shall come againST JOHN DAMASCENEText
56Word of justice, alleluiaLITANY OF THE WORD
57Ye servants of the LordNARENZAText
58A great and mighty wonderES IST EIN ROS ENTSPRUNGENText
59Angels from the realms of gloryIRISText
60Away in a manger, no crib for a bedCRADLE SONGText
61Christians, awake! salute the happy mornYORKSHIRE (STOCKPORT)Text
62See the shepherds hurry down to BethlehemCELEBRATIONS
63Glory to God!' all heav'n with joy is ringingHIGHWOOD
64God rest you merry, gentlemenGOD REST YOU MERRYText
65Good Christians all, rejoiceIN DULCI JUBILOText
66Hark! the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNText
67Holy Child within the mangerJOYOUS LIGHT
68In the bleak mid-winterCRANHAMText
69aIn the night, the sound of cryingAMPLITUDO
69bIn the night, the sound of cryingSUSSEX
70It came upon the midnight clearNOELText
71Jesus Christ the Lord is bornPUER NOBIS NASCITUR
72Joy to the world, the Lord is come!ANTIOCH (COMFORT (Mason))Text
73Lift your heart and raise your voiceMARSTON ST LAWRENCE
74Like a candle flame[Like a candle flame]
75Long ago, prophets knewPERSONENT HODIEText
76aLove came down at ChristmasLOVE CAME DOWNText
76bLove came down at ChristmasHERMITAGEText
77O sisters tooCOVENTRY CAROLText
78O come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELESText
79O little town of BethlehemFOREST GREENText
80Of the Father's heart begottenDIVINUM MYSTERIUMText
81Once in royal David's cityIRBYText
82See him lying on a bed of strawCALYPSO CAROLText
83See, amid the winter's snowHUMILITY (OXFORD)Text
84Silent night! Holy night!STILLE NACHTText
85The Angel Gabriel from heaven cameGABRIEL'S MESSAGEText
86The first Nowell the angel did sayTHE FIRST NOWELLText
87Thou who wast rich beyond all splendourFRAGRANCE
88What child is this, who, laid to restGREENSLEEVESText
89aWhile shepherds watched their flocks by nightWINCHESTER OLDText
89bWhile shepherds watched their flocks by nightCRANBROOKText
90Who would think that what was neededSCARLET RIBBONS
91God whose love is everywhereCHRISTINGLE PRAISEText
92It's rounded like an orangeTHE HOLLY AND THE IVY
93Arise, shine out, your light has comeCHURCH TRIUMPHANTText
94As with gladness men of oldDIXText

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