A Collection of Hymns and a Liturgy for the Use of Evangelical Lutheran Churches: to which are added prayers for families and individuals

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401In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
402Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
403To thee, let my [our] first offering [offerings] risePage Scan
404All praise to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
405Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me onPage Scan
406Indulgent God, whose bounteous care O'er all thy works is shownPage Scan
407Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
408Interval of grateful shadePage Scan
409Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
410God of our lives [life] thy constant carePage Scan
411Remark my soul [with awe] the narrow boundsPage Scan
412Praise, happy land, Jehovah's namePage Scan
413How rich thy gifts, Almighty King1Page Scan
414In vain opposing nations rage If God with us abidePage Scan
415While sounds of war are heard aroundPage Scan
416God, to correct a [the] guilty worldPage Scan
417O come, behold a scene of dreadPage Scan
418We feel thy awful chastening rodPage Scan
419O Lord, our fathers oft have told, In our attentive earsPage Scan
420Now may the God of [grace and power] power and gracePage Scan
421Great Framer of unnumbered worldsPage Scan
422When Abraham, full of sacred awePage Scan
423Thy gracious favor, Lord, displayPage Scan
424Praise to the Lord, who bows his earPage Scan
425Had not the Lord, may Isr'l sayPage Scan
426Now let our songs address the God of peacePage Scan
427Peace, the welcome sound proclaimPage Scan
428And will the great eternal GodPage Scan
429In loud [sweet] exalted strainsPage Scan
430Thus spake the Savior, when he sentPage Scan
431Great Lord of all angels, we adorePage Scan
432O thou, before whose gracious thronePage Scan
433Now let our mourning [drooping] hearts revivePage Scan
434Consider all my sorrows, Lord, And thy deliverance sendPage Scan
435Peace, my complaining heartPage Scan
436Diseases are thy servants, LordPage Scan
437My soul, the awful hour will come, Apace itPage Scan
438How vast is the tribute I owePage Scan
439Firm was my health, my day was brightPage Scan
440I love the Lord, he heard my criesPage Scan
441Sovereign of life, I [we] own thy handPage Scan
442When o'er the trodden paths of lifePage Scan
443The God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
444Must friends and kindred droop and diePage Scan
445When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] awayPage Scan
446Life is a span, a fleeting hourPage Scan
447Ye mourning saints [friends] [ ones], whose streaming tearsPage Scan
448Though nature's voice you must obeyPage Scan
449O hear me [us], Lord, on [to] thee I [we] callPage Scan
450Children in years and knowledge youngPage Scan
451Happy is he, whose early years [days]Page Scan
452Now in the heat [flush] of youthful bloodPage Scan
453With humble heart and tongue, my GodPage Scan
454My God, my [mine] everlasting hope, I live upon thy truthPage Scan
455Eternal Sire, enthroned on highPage Scan
456Praise to God, immortal praisePage Scan
457As various as the moon is man's estate belowPage Scan
458Providence profusely kind wheresoe'er you turnPage Scan
459How gracious and how wisePage Scan
460Father, I bless thy gentle handPage Scan
461How well our great Preserver [Protector] knowsPage Scan
462Naked as from the earth we camePage Scan
463The darkened sky, how thick it lowersPage Scan
464My God, whose all pervading eyePage Scan
465The evils that beset our pathPage Scan
466Weary of these low scenes of nightPage Scan
467Great Ruler of the earth and skiesPage Scan
468My God, my hope, if thou art minePage Scan
469Should famine o'er the mourning fieldPage Scan
470Lord, in this vale of tearsPage Scan
471Thou, Lord, through every changing scenePage Scan
472Hark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] soundPage Scan
473Teach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
474Thee we adore, eternal name, And humblyPage Scan
475That awful hour will soon appearPage Scan
476How swiftly the torrent rollsPage Scan
477Behold the path that [which] mortals treadPage Scan
478God of eternity, from theePage Scan
479The swift declining dayPage Scan
480Tomorrow, Lord, is thinePage Scan
481The morning flowers display their sweetsPage Scan
482O [Our] God, our help in ages [seasons] pastPage Scan
483Lord, we adore thy wondrous namePage Scan
484Behold the gloomy valePage Scan
485How still and peaceful is [Lord] the gravePage Scan
486Awake, ye saints, to praise your KingPage Scan
487While to the grave our friends are bornePage Scan
488When death appears before my [our] sightPage Scan
489When all the powers of nature failPage Scan
490When life's tempestuous storms are o'erPage Scan
491Hark! from on high a solemn voicePage Scan
492The hour of my departure's comePage Scan
493Vital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
494Eternal God, how frail is manPage Scan
495How long shall death, the tyrant, reignPage Scan
496Father of all! my soul defendPage Scan
497What sinners value, I resignPage Scan
498No, I'll repine no morePage Scan
499And must this body diePage Scan
500Heaven has confirmed the great [dread] decreePage Scan

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