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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505By Christ redeemed
506Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord
507Forth from the dark and stormy sky
508Jesus, to thy table led
509Lord, when before thy throne we meet
510O God, unseen, yet ever near
511Of that glorious Body broken
512Thee we adore, O hidden Savior, thee
513Almighty Father, heaven and earth
514Fountain of good, to own thy love
515Holy offerings, rich and rare
516O God of mercy, God of might
517O Lord of heaven and earth and sea
518Father of heaven, who hast created all
519In the Name of God the Father
520In token that thou shalt not fear
521With Christ we share a mystic grave
522Jesus, now thy new-made soldier
523No sign we ask from heaven above
524Blest voice of love, O word divine
525O God, in whose all-searching eye
526Lord, shall thy children come to thee?
527Lord, who at Cana’s wedding feast
528O Father, all creating
529Raise high in joyful acclamation
530Brother, thou art gone before us
531God of the living
532Let no hopeless tears be shed
533Now the laborer’s task is o’er
534Sleep thy last sleep
535Thou art gone to the grave
536Thou God of love, beneath thy sheltering wings
537Bow down thine ear, almighty Lord
538Christ is gone up; yet ere he passed
539Lord of the Church, we humbly pray
540O thou who makest souls to shine
541Lord, pour thy Spirit from on high
542O King of kings, thy blessing shed
543Call them in! the poor, the wretched
544Soldiers of the Cross, arise
545Chief of sinners though I be
546Just as I am, without one plea
547O come to the merciful Savior who calls you
548There were ninety and nine
549Yet there is room
550Arise, O Lord, and shine
551From Greenland’s icy mountains
552Lord, a Savior’s love displaying
553Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping
554Savior, sprinkle many nations
555Speed thy servants, Savior, speed them
556Through midnight gloom from Macedon
557Wake, harp of Zion, wake again
558Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old
559Thou to whom the sick and dying
560God of our life, to thee we call
561O Love divine, that stooped to share
562When in the hour of utmost need
563In grief and fear to thee, O Lord
564God the all-terrible! King, who ordainest
565O mighty God, Creator, King
566Almighty Father, hear our cry
567O Lord, be with us when we sail
568The ocean hath no danger
569O Lord of hosts, almighty King
570Come, ye thankful people, come
571Fountain of mercy, God of love
572Lord of the harvest, once again
573Lord of the harvest, thee we hail
574Praise, O praise the Lord of harvest
575We plow the fields, and scatter
576Thou that sendest sun and rain
577God the Lord has heard our prayer
578Forward, be our watchword
579Onward, Christian soldiers
580Rejoice, ye pure in heart
581Bulwark of a mighty nation
582O Father of abounding grace
583O sing to the Lord with a psalm of thanksgiving
584O thou who from one blood didst make
585O Lord of hosts, whose glory fills
586O thou in whom alone is found
587Blessed city, heavenly Salem
588Christ is our cornerstone
589O thou, who sitt’st enthroned above
590When the Architect almighty had created heaven and earth
591Lift the strain of high thanksgiving
592O Christ, thou Ruler of the universe
593Angel voices ever singing
594Raised between the earth and heaven
595Beneath the Church’s hallowed shade
596O thou in whom thy saints repose
597Day by day we magnify thee
598O God, who when the night was deep
599The morning bright
600And now another day is gone
601Now the day is over
602O Lord, who when thy cross was nigh
603The hours of school are over
604Above the clear blue sky

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