The Book of Worship

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101All glorious God, what hymns of praiseTextPage Scan
102Oh for a thousand tongues to singTextPage Scan
103Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamsTextPage Scan
104Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore HimTextPage Scan
105Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesTextPage Scan
106Ye humble souls, approach your GodTextPage Scan
107Eternal Spirit! we confessTextPage Scan
108Spirit divine, attend our prayerTextPage Scan
109Come, Holy Spirit, comeTextPage Scan
110Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly DoveTextPage Scan
111Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly DoveTextPage Scan
112Holy Ghost, dispel our sadnessTextPage Scan
113O Spirit of the living God!TextPage Scan
114Spirit of truth, on this Thy dayTextPage Scan
115How honored is the sacred placeTextPage Scan
116How charming is the placeTextPage Scan
117O Zion! when I think of TheeTextPage Scan
118Great Shepherd of Thine IsraelTextPage Scan
119Saviour, visit Thy plantationTextPage Scan
120When we, our weary limbs to restTextPage Scan
121See, from Zion's sacred mountainTextPage Scan
122Daughter of Zion, awake from thy sadnessTextPage Scan
123On the mountain's to appearingTextPage Scan
124I love Thy kingdom, Lord!TextPage Scan
125Not to the terrors of the LordTextPage Scan
126Hark! the song of jubileeTextPage Scan
127Jesus shall reign where'er the sunTextPage Scan
128Glorious things of thee are spokenTextPage Scan
129Triumphant Zion! lift thy headTextPage Scan
130Oh cease, my wandering soulTextPage Scan
131People of the living GodTextPage Scan
132My God, accept my heart this dayTextPage Scan
133Ere earth's foundations yet were laidTextPage Scan
134Plunged in a gulf of dark despairTextPage Scan
135Blow ye the trumpet, blowTextPage Scan
136Grace! 'tis a charming sound!TextPage Scan
137What is the thing of greatest priceTextPage Scan
138Lord, didst Thou die, but not for me?TextPage Scan
139There is a fountain filled with bloodTextPage Scan
140Salvation, oh, the joyful sound!TextPage Scan
141Hail! Thou once-despised JesusTextPage Scan
142Great God! what hosts of angels standTextPage Scan
143God shall charge His angel legionsTextPage Scan
144Beyond the glittering, starry skiesTextPage Scan
145How cheering the thought that the spirits in blissTextPage Scan
146Angels, where'er we go, attendTextPage Scan
147How beauteous are their feetTextPage Scan
148Equip me for the warTextPage Scan
149Father of mercies, bow Thine earTextPage Scan
150As when to ancient Horeb's browTextPage Scan
151Let Zion's watchmen all awakeTextPage Scan
152Oh Thou, before whose gracious throneTextPage Scan
153And are we yet aliveTextPage Scan
154We long to move and breathe in TheeTextPage Scan
155See Israel's gentle shepherd standsTextPage Scan
156Saviour, who Thy flock art feedingTextPage Scan
157Twas on that dreadful, doleful nightTextPage Scan
158If human kindness meets returnTextPage Scan
159Sweet the moments, rich in blessingTextPage Scan
160"Eat, drink, in memory of your friend!"TextPage Scan
161According to Thy gracious wordTextPage Scan
162Lord, at Thy table I beholdTextPage Scan
163This is the day the Lord hath madeTextPage Scan
164When the worn spirit wants reposeTextPage Scan
165Sweet is the light of Sabbath eveTextPage Scan
166Sweet is the work, my God, my KingTextPage Scan
167Is there a time when moments flowTextPage Scan
168Our Father, God, who art in heavenTextPage Scan
169From every stormy wind that blowsTextPage Scan
170Prayer is the soul's sincere desireTextPage Scan
171Prayer was appointed to conveyTextPage Scan
172Blest hour! when mortal man retiresTextPage Scan
173No, never shall my heart despondTextPage Scan
174What various hindrances we meetTextPage Scan
175The Lord, who truly knowsTextPage Scan
176There is an eye that never sleepsTextPage Scan
177Children of the heavenly KingTextPage Scan
178Where two or three, with sweet accordTextPage Scan
179Our souls, by love together knitTextPage Scan
180Retire, vain world, a while retireTextPage Scan
181Blest be the tie that bindsTextPage Scan
182See how the rising sunTextPage Scan
183Lord of my life! oh may Thy praiseTextPage Scan
184Awake my soul! and with the sunTextPage Scan
185Another six days' work is doneTextPage Scan
186Thou, gracious God, art my defenceTextPage Scan
187The day is past and goneTextPage Scan
188Now from the altar of our heartsTextPage Scan
189Softly now the light of dayTextPage Scan
190The mellow eve is glidingTextPage Scan
191Glory to Thee, my God, this nightTextPage Scan
192Thus far the Lord has led me onTextPage Scan
193Another fleeting day is goneTextPage Scan
194Indulgent Father, by whose careTextPage Scan
195Inspirer and hearer of prayerTextPage Scan
196For a season called to partTextPage Scan
197Omnipresent God, whose aidTextPage Scan
198Saviour, breathe an evening blessingTextPage Scan
199Far from my thoughts, vain world begone!TextPage Scan
200O Thou from whom all goodness flowsTextPage Scan

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