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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404Sing we the song of those who stand
405Soldiers of Christ, arise
406Soldiers who to Christ belong
407Songs of praise the angels sang
408Son of Man, to thee I cry
409Soon and for ever
410Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright
411Still will we trust, though earth seem dark
412Take up thy cross, the Savior said
413Teach me, O Lord, thy holy way
414Thanks be to God, for meet and right
415That day of wrath, that dreadful day
416The Church’s one foundation
417The God of Abraham praise
418The God of love my Shepherd is
419The head that once was crowned with thorns
420The heaven of heavens cannot contain
421The Lord of might from Sinai’s brow
422The roseate hues of early dawn
423The saints on earth and those above
424The strain upraise of joy and praise
426Thee, O God, alone I love
427There is a book, who runs may read
428There is a land of pure delight
429There is no night in heaven
430They come, God’s messengers of love
431Thine for ever! God of love
432Thou art the way: to thee alone
433Thou boundless source of every good
434Thou who on that wondrous journey
435Thou, whose almighty word
436Through all the changing scenes of life
437Through the night of doubt and sorrow
438Thy life was given for me
439Thy way, not mine, O Lord
440Tis for conquering kings to gain
441Toiling in the path of duty
442To me a sinner, chief of all
443To thee, O God, our praise belongs
444To thy temple I repair
445Triumphant Lord, thy work is done
446Try us, O God, and search the ground
447We all had sinned and gone astray
448We saw thee not when, far away
449We sing the praise of him who died
450What are these in bright array?
451What care the saints of God, if they
452When all thy mercies, O my God
453When gathering clouds around I view
454When Jesus came to earth of old
455When my love to Christ grows weak
456When our heads are bowed with woe
457When the dark waves round us roll
458Where’er have trod thy sacred feet
459Where high the heavenly temple stands
460While the sun is shining
461Who is this, so weak and helpless
462Who the multitude can number
463Why art thou weary, O my soul
464With glory clad, with strength arrayed
465Work is sweet, for God has blessed
466Ye boundless realms of joy
467Ye holy angels bright
468Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim
469Ye servants of the Lord
470Yes, God is good
471Lord, it is good for us to be
472Upon the solitary mountain’s height
473From all thy saints in warfare
474Jesus calls us! o’er the tumult
475O thou, who didst with love untold
476O thou who every change of human life
477Have we no zeal for him who died
478In his temple now behold him
479Who is this from Bethlehem coming
480Bishop of the souls of men
481Long time the fallen human race
482Taught by Saint Mark, the Morians’ land
483O Jesus, Lord, the Way, the Truth
484O Son of God, our Captain of Salvation
485O heavenly Father, cleanse our lips
486Creator of the rolling flood
487We praise thy name, O Lord most high
488King of saints, to whom the number
489Behold, the Master passeth by
490O Jesus, O Redeemer
491Thou who sentest thine apostles
492For all the saints who from their labors rest
493Hark, the sound of holy voices
494How bright these glorious spirits shine
495Lo, round the throne, a glorious band
496The saints of God! their conflict past
497The Son of God goes forth to war
498Who are these like stars appearing
499According to thy gracious word
500All things are ready, there’s a place of rest
501All ye who seek a rest above
502Be still, my soul, for God is near
503Bread of heaven, on thee we feed
504Bread of the world in mercy broken

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