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The Century Hymnal

Editor: H. Augustine Smith
Publisher: Century Co., New York, N.Y., 1921
Notes: The hymns numbered with Roman numerals are part of prepared orders of worship. Page images missing for hymns 70-90.
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201Jesus, Saviour, pilot mePage Scan
202Father, in thy mysterious presence kneelingPage Scan
203We would see Jesus; for the shadows lengthenPage Scan
204Be not dismayed whate'er betidePage Scan
205Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
206My Jesus, as thou wilt!Page Scan
207Dear Lord and Father of mankindPage Scan
208Purer yet and purer I would be in mindPage Scan
209O Love divine, that stooped to sharePage Scan
210Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin?Page Scan
211There comes to my heart one sweet strainPage Scan
212Saviour, teach me day by dayPage Scan
213Jesus, the very thought of theePage Scan
214I love to tell the storyPage Scan
215Saviour, thy dying love Thou gavest mePage Scan
216I've found a Friend, O such a Friend!Page Scan
217My Jesus, I love thee, I know thou art minePage Scan
218Jesus, my Lord, my God, my allPage Scan
219Father in heaven, who lovest allPage Scan
220We have not known thee as we oughtPage Scan
221Fill thou my life, O Lord, my GodPage Scan
222I would be true, for there are thosePage Scan
223True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyalPage Scan
224O Love that will not let me goPage Scan
225Breathe on me, Breath of God,Page Scan
226Thou Maker of our mortal framePage Scan
227Take my life and let it bePage Scan
228How shall we worship thee, O Lord?Page Scan
229To do thy holy will, To bear the crossPage Scan
230Lord, as we thy name professPage Scan
231My soul, be on thy guardPage Scan
232Believe not those who sayPage Scan
233Soldiers of Christ, arisePage Scan
234Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sinPage Scan
235We are not here to play, to dream, to driftPage Scan
236Christian, dost thou see themPage Scan
237How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
238Go forward, Christian soldierPage Scan
239God is my strong salvationPage Scan
240God's trumpet wakes the slumb'ring worldPage Scan
241The Son of God goes forth to warPage Scan
242A mighty fortress is our GodPage Scan
243Awake, my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
244O now to thee, who art our GodPage Scan
245Forward! be our watchwordPage Scan
246Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
247Through the night of doubt and sorrowPage Scan
248Courage, brother, do not stumblePage Scan
249We come in the might of the Lord of lightPage Scan
250March on, O soul, with strength!Page Scan
251Hast thou heard it, O my brotherPage Scan
252Father, hear the prayer we offerPage Scan
253Brightly gleams our bannerPage Scan
254Fight the good fight with all thy might!Page Scan
255Oft in danger, oft in woePage Scan
256Stand up, stand up for Jesus!Page Scan
257From all thy saints in warfarePage Scan
258Onward, Christian soldiers Page Scan
259Marching with the heroesPage Scan
260A charge to keep I havePage Scan
261Christian, rise, and act thy creedPage Scan
262Go labor on; spend and be spentPage Scan
263O Son of Man, thou madest knownPage Scan
264We shall do so much in the years to comePage Scan
265Work, for the night is comingPage Scan
266My Master was a workerPage Scan
267O God, who workest hithertoPage Scan
268He that goeth forth with weepingPage Scan
269Have you had a kindness shown?Page Scan
270A fitly spoken wordPage Scan
271Lord, speak to me, that I may speakPage Scan
272We thank thee, Lord, thy paths of service leadPage Scan
273O God of mercy! hearken nowPage Scan
274Where cross the crowded ways of lifePage Scan
275Love thyself lastPage Scan
276O Master, let me walk with theePage Scan
277Master, no offering Costly and sweetPage Scan
278When thy heart with joy o'erflowingPage Scan
279O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherPage Scan
280I thank thee, Lord, for strength of armPage Scan
281Heaven is here, where hymns of gladnessPage Scan
282Jesus, thou divine CompanionPage Scan
283Brightly beams our Father's mercyPage Scan
284Rescue the perishing, care for the dyingPage Scan
285Hark! the voice of Jesus callingPage Scan
286If you cannot on the oceanPage Scan
287It may not be on the mountain’s heightPage Scan
288O mind of God, broad as the skyPage Scan
289Christians, lo, the star appearethPage Scan
290Ring out the old, ring in the newPage Scan
291Come, let us join with faithful soulsPage Scan
292Rise up, O men of God!Page Scan
293Send down thy truth, O God!Page Scan
294God send us men whose aim 'twill bePage Scan
295God of the strong, God of the weakNIAGARAPage Scan
296When wilt thou save the people?Page Scan
297Once to every man and nationPage Scan
298Hail the glorious Golden CityPage Scan
299Earth is waking, day is breaking!Page Scan
300Forward thro' the agesPage Scan

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