Chorals and Hymns, Ancient and Modern, Chiefly from the German

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Editor: William Henry Walter
Published: 1862
Place of Publication: New York, N.Y.
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d1A tower and stronghold is our God
d2Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d3Almighty God, I call [cry] to thee
d4Behold the Lamb, O thou for sinners slain
d5Blessed Jesus, at thy word
d6Christ is arisen, From death's opened prison
d7Come, my soul, thou [you] must be waking
d8Dark is the night, behold the shade was deeper
d9Dayspring of Eternity
d10Dear Jesus, the merit of all
d11Eternity, Eternity, How long art thou, eternity, and yet
d12Flow, my [contrite] tears, flow [still] faster
d13Head of the hosts in glory
d14Heaven and earth, and [the] sea, and air, all their maker
d15Here behold me, and enfold me
d16How bright appears our morning star
d17Jerusalem high tower thy glorious walls
d18Jesu, Fount of pleasure
d19Jesus, Jesus, visit me
d20Jesus, my Redeemer lives
d21Jesus, my Savior, look on me
d22Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d23Lift not thou the wailing voice
d24Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates
d25Lord of our life, and God of our salvation
d26My God, my Father [My God and Father], while [whilst] [though] I stray [pray]
d27Not in anger, Mighty God, Not in anger smite us
d28Now thank we all our God
d29Now the crucible is breaking
d30O come, Eternal Wisdom
d31O Father, Fount of deity
d32[O] God, who [that] madest [made the] earth and heaven [sky]
d33O how blest are ye whose toils are ended
d34O Sacred Head now [once] [sore] wounded [surrounded]
d35Praise to the Father, the glorious King of creatin
d36Rejoice, rejoice, believers, and let your light
d37Salvation comes O Savior dear
d38Slumberers, wake, the Bridegroom cometh
d39Thou shalt rise, my dust, thou shalt arise
d40Though faith at times may waver
d41Up, yes, upward to thy gladness
d42What pleases God, O pious [loving] soul
d43When in the [our] hour of utmost [deepest] need
d44Who puts his trust in God most just
d45Why, my soul, thus trembling ever
d46Yield not yet, my soul, to slumber
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