Hymns of the Russian Church: being translations, centos, and suggestions from the Greek office books with an introduction

Author: John Brownlie, D.d.
Publisher: Humphrey Milford/ Oxford University Press, London, 1920
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by the page number the hymn starts on, if there is more than one hymn on a page, letters are added to the numbers.
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92Let Thy blood in mercy pouredTextPage Scan
93O Jesus Christ, my soul containsTextPage Scan
94Let all human flesh be silentTextPage Scan
95God, Thou art clothed with lightTextPage Scan
96O Love divine, my spirit sighsTextPage Scan
97Rest of the weary heartTextPage Scan
98aI have a thought that fills my mindTextPage Scan
98bHome at last, thy journey endedTextPage Scan
99Lord, rest the child, cut off at morning hourTextPage Scan
100Dark billows bound across the deepTextPage Scan
101Night, and a storm, and hearts with sore affrightTextPage Scan
102Lord, let us feel that Thou art nearTextPage Scan
103O Jesus Christ, when Thou didst dwellTextPage Scan
104Go, ye saints, to BethlehemTextPage Scan
105He climbed the slopes of OlivetTextPage Scan
106aO Light serene of heavenly birthTextPage Scan
106bLord of the brave and strongTextPage Scan
108I will not yield my swordTextPage Scan
109Come with your praises, a sacrifice meetTextPage Scan
110These are the jewels all glorious that shineTextPage Scan
111aWave, wave your banners highTextPage Scan
111bArise, my soul, and gaily singTextPage Scan
112Watchers, let your lights be burningTextPage Scan
113The King shall come when morning dawnsTextPage Scan
115A halo rests upon Thy browTextPage Scan
116Behold the Bridegroom! Hark the cryTextPage Scan
117Awake, my soul, bestir thee, for the hour is drawing nighTextPage Scan
118The time is drawing nighTextPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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