The English Hymnal

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201Palms of glory, raiment brightPage Scan
202The Son of God goes forth to warPage Scan
203What are these that glow from afarPage Scan
204Who are these like stars appearingPage Scan
205Jesus calls us!—o’er the tumultPage Scan
206O thou, who didst with love untoldPage Scan
207We sing the glorious conquestPage Scan
208All prophets hail thee, from of old announcingPage Scan
209Hail to the Lord who comesPage Scan
210The highest and the holiest placePage Scan
211We praise thy name, all-holy LordPage Scan
212I bind unto myself todayPage Scan
213Hail, O Star that pointestPage Scan
214The God whom earth and sea and skyPage Scan
215O glorious Maid, exalted farPage Scan
216Ave Maria! blessèd Maid!Page Scan
217Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate bornPage Scan
218Ye who own the faith of JesusPage Scan
219Lord God of Hosts, within whose handPage Scan
220The Saint who first found grace to penPage Scan
221The winter’s sleep was long and deepPage Scan
222The Son of Consolation!Page Scan
223Let thine example, holy John, remind usPage Scan
224Ere in thy childhood, mid the desert placesPage Scan
225Hail, harbinger of mornPage Scan
226With gold most precious, and with sanguine hues of mornPage Scan
227Forsaken once, and thrice deniedPage Scan
228Now in holy celebrationPage Scan
229Portal of the world’s salvationPage Scan
230Sing we all the joys and sorrowsPage Scan
231Mary, weep not, weep no longerPage Scan
232Lord, who shall sit beside theePage Scan
233An image of that heavenly lightPage Scan
234O Light of light, by love inclinedPage Scan
235O Master, it is good to bePage Scan
236Tis good, Lord, to be here!Page Scan
237O let the heart beat high with blissPage Scan
238Jesus!—The very thought is sweet!Page Scan
239Saints of God! Lo, Jesus’ peoplePage Scan
240He sat to watch o’er customs paidPage Scan
241Thee, O Christ, the Father’s splendourPage Scan
242Christ, the fair glory of the holy angelsPage Scan
243Around the throne of God a bandPage Scan
244O God the Son eternal, thy dread mightPage Scan
245Stars of the morning, so gloriously brightPage Scan
246They come, God’s messengers of lovePage Scan
247Saviour, who didst healing givePage Scan
248Thou who sentest thine ApostlesPage Scan
249O Saviour Jesus, not alonePage Scan
250If there be that skills to reckonPage Scan
251O heavenly JerusalemPage Scan
252Our Father’s home eternalPage Scan
253Spouse of Christ, whose earthly conflictPage Scan
254Now that the daylight fills the skyPage Scan
255Come, Holy Ghost, with God the SonPage Scan
256At thy feet, O Christ, we layPage Scan
257Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
258Christ, whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan
259Forth in thy name, O Lord, I goPage Scan
260New every morning is the lovePage Scan
261O God of truth, O Lord of mightPage Scan
262O God, creation’s secret forcePage Scan
263Blest are the moments, doubly blestPage Scan
264Before the ending of the dayPage Scan
265As now the sun’s declining raysPage Scan
266At even, ere the sun was setPage Scan
267Glory be to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
268God, that madest earth and heavenPage Scan
269O gladsome light, O gracePage Scan
270Holy Father, cheer our wayPage Scan
271O strength and stay upholding all creationPage Scan
272Round me falls the nightPage Scan
273Saviour, again to thy dear name we raisePage Scan
274Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dearPage Scan
275Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we goPage Scan
276The day is past and overPage Scan
277The day thou gavest, Lord, is endedPage Scan
278The duteous day now closethPage Scan
279The radiant morn hath passed awayPage Scan
280The sun is sinking fastPage Scan
281Through the day thy love has spared usPage Scan
282Now the busy week is donePage Scan
283Most glorious Lord of life, that on this dayPage Scan
284O day of rest and gladnessPage Scan
285Another year is dawningPage Scan
286For thy mercy and thy gracePage Scan
287Kindly spring again is herePage Scan
288The summer days are coming againPage Scan
289Come, ye thankful people, comePage Scan
290Fair waved the golden cornPage Scan
291O sing to the Lord, whose bountiful handPage Scan
292To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raisePage Scan
293We plough the fields, and scatterPage Scan
294The year is swiftly waningPage Scan
295Tis winter now; the fallen snowPage Scan
296Hark, my soul! how everythingPage Scan
297The spacious firmament on highPage Scan
298Thou art, O God, the life and lightPage Scan
299When spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soilPage Scan
300According to thy gracious wordPage Scan

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