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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102Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding
103Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes
104I saw and, lo, a great white throne
105Lo, he comes with clouds descending
106On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry
107The Lord will come; the earth shall quake
108Watch now, ye Christians, watch and pray
109When Christ the Lord would come on earth
110Angels, from the realms of glory
111Christians, awake! salute the happy morn
112Hark, the herald angels sing
113Hark, what mean those holy voices
114Now let our mingling voices rise
115O come, all ye faithful
116While shepherds watched their flocks by night
117Go forward in your course
118Little children, dwell in love
119O thou, who gav’st thy servant grace
120Holy Jesus, mighty Lord
121O who are they, so pure and bright
122Across the sky the shades of night
123Another year hath fled; renew
124For thy mercy and thy grace
125Sing we, brethren faithful-hearted
126The old year’s long campaign over
127The tide of time is rolling on
128Time by moments steals away
129While, with ceaseless course, the sun
130As with gladness men of old
131Bethlehem, of noblest cities
132Brightest and best of the sons of the morning
133From the eastern mountains
134Hail, thou source of every blessing
135Not by thy mighty hand
136O Lord of health and life, what tongue can tell
137Songs of thankfulness and praise
138What star is this, more glorious far
139Alleluia, song of gladness
140Creator of the world, to thee
141Almighty God, thy word is cast
142Blessed Savior, thou hast taught us
143Awhile in spirit, Lord, to thee
144Have mercy, Lord, on me
145How shall a contrite spirit pray
146Jesus, Lord, we kneel before thee
147Lord, in this thy mercy’s day
148No, not despairingly
149O Lord, turn not thy face from me
150Weary of earth, and laden with my sin
151When wounded sore, the stricken heart
152All glory, laud, and honor
153Is not this our King and Prophet
154Ride on, ride on in majesty
155And now, beloved Lord, thy soul resigning
156Bound upon the accursed tree
157By the cross, sad vigil keeping
158Forth goes the standard of our King
159Hail, thou head, so bruised and torn
160In the Lord’s atoning grief
161It is finished! It is finished! all the untold agony
162O come and mourn with me awhile
163O Jesus, Lord most merciful
164Throned upon the awful Tree
165To whom but thee, O God of grace
166When I survey the wondrous Cross
167Who is this that comes from Edom
168Jesus, in thy dying woes
169O thou, who though with veiled Face
170All is o’er, the pain, the sorrow
171O pallid, gentle, grief-worn face
172So rest, my Rest
173Weeping as they go their way
174At the Lamb’s high feast we sing
175Christ the Lord is risen again
176Christ the Lord is risen today (Leeson)
177Come, see the place where Jesus lay
178Alleluia, Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise
179Jesus Christ is risen today
180Morn’s roseate hues have decked
181On the resurrection morning
182Sing, with all the sons of glory
183The day of Resurrection
184The happy morn is come!
185The foe behind, the deep before
186The Son of David bowed to die
187Lord, in thy name thy servants plead
188O throned, O crowned with all renown
189As Christ our Savior’s gone before
190At length, the longed-for joy is given
191Hail the day that sees him rise
192Hark, the vault of heaven is ringing
193He is gone. A cloud of light
194Lift up your heads, eternal gates
195O God, the King of glory, who
196See the Conqueror mounts in triumph
197Thou art gone up on high
198Spirit of mercy, truth and love
199Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire
200Come, Holy Ghost, who ever One
201Come, O Creator, Spirit blest

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