The Hymnary for use in Baptist churches

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Publisher: Ryerson Press, Toronto, Ont., 1936
Denomination: Canadian Baptists
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644bThe Lord will I at all times blessYORK
645O children, hither do ye comeARNOLD
646Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heavensLONDON NEW
647Set thou thy trust upon the LordST. ANDREW
648I waited for the Lord my GodBALLERMA
649aAs pants the hart for cooling streamsMARTYRDOM
649bAs pants the hart for cooling streamsSPOHR
650aO send Thy light forth and Thy truthST. PAUL
650bO send Thy light forth and Thy truthFARRANTTune Info
651God is our refuge and our strengthWINCHESTER OLD
652aAfter Thy loving-kindness, LordDUNDEE
652bAfter Thy loving-kindness, LordABBEY
653O God, give ear unto my cryEVAN
654My soul with expectation dothST. THOMAS
655Lord, Thee, my God, I'll early seekST. FLAVIAN
656Praise waits for Thee in Zion, LordST. STEPHEN (ABRIDGE)
657Lord, bless and pity usSELMA
658His Name for ever shall endureDUNFERMLINE
659How lovely is Thy dwelling-placeHARINGTON
660aHow lovely are Thy dwellings fair!SALZBURG
660bHow lovely are Thy dwellings fair!BANGOR
661aO greatly blessed the people areGLASGOWTune Info
661bO greatly blessed the people areST. SAVIOUR
662O God, our help in ages pastST. ANNE
663aO with Thy tender mercies, LordFARRANTTune Info
663bO with Thy tender mercies, LordCRIMOND
664To render thanks unto the LordBISHOPTHORPE
665The Lord doth reign, and clothed is HeIRISH
666O come, let us sing to the LordORTONVILLE
667aO sing a new song to the LordSONG 67 (GIBBONS)
667bO sing a new song to the LordSTROUDWATER
668aLet us with a gladsome mindEVER FAITHFULTune Info
668bLet us with a gladsome mindMONKLAND
669All people that on earth do dwellOLD 100thTune Info
670Thou shalt arise, and mercy yetDUKE STREET
671aO Thou my soul, bless God the LordST. PAUL
671bO Thou my soul, bless God the LordCOLESHILL
672Such pity as a father hathKILMARNOCK
673O ye His angels, that excelDUNFERMLINE
674Give praise and thanks unto the LordST. DAVID
675I love the Lord, because my voiceST. ANDREW
676I'll of salvation take the cupTALLIS'S ORDINAL
677O set ye open unto meWINCHESTER OLD
678By what means shall a young man learnDURHAM
679aTeach me, O Lord, the perfect wayTALLIS'S ORDINAL
679bTeach me, O Lord, the perfect wayPETERBOROUGH
680I to the hills will lift mine eyesFRENCH (DUNDEE)
681Unto the hills around do I lift upSANDON
682I joyed when to the house of GodST. PAUL
683Now IsraelOLD 124th
684They in the Lord that firmly trustST. ANDREW
685When Zion's bondage God turned backABBEY
686Lord, from the depths to Thee I criedCOLESHILL
687We'll to God's tabernacles goHOWARD
688aGive to our God immortal praiseLASST UNS ERFREUEN
688bGive to our God immortal praiseDUKE STREET
689Ye heavens on high, praise ye the LordLASST UNS ERFREUEN
690God be with you till we meet againGOD BE WITH YOU
691Lord, keep us safe this nightVESPERS
692aBlessed is the man that walketh[Blessed is the man that walketh] (Cooke)
692bBlessed is the man that walketh[Blessed is the man that walketh]
692cBlessed is the man that walketh[Blessed is the man that walketh] (Crotch)
693aO Lord our Lord, how excellent[O Lord our Lord, how excellent] (Goss)
693bO Lord our Lord, how excellent[O Lord our Lord, how excellent] (Woodward)
693cO Lord our Lord, how excellent[O Lord our Lord, how excellent] (Wellesley)
694aLord, who shall abide[Lord, who shall abide] (Goodson)
694bLord, who shall abideTONUS PEREGRINUS
695aPreserve me, O God[Preserve me, O God] (Russell)
695bPreserve me, O God[Preserve me, O God] (Purcell)
696aThe heavens declare the glory[The heavens declare the glory] (Cooke)
696bThe heavens declare the glory[The heavens declare the glory] (Battishill)
696cThe heavens declare the glory[The heavens declare the glory] (Crotch)
697My God, my God, why[My God, my God, why] (Camidge)
698aThe Lord is my shepherd[The Lord is my shepherd] (Farrant)
698bThe Lord is my shepherd[The Lord is my shepherd] (Hayes)
698cThe Lord is my shepherd[The Lord is my shepherd]
699aThe earth is the Lord's[The earth is the Lord's] (Battishill)
699bThe earth is the Lord's[The earth is the Lord's] (Cooke)
700Unto thee, O Lord, do I lift[Unto thee, O Lord, do I lift] (Crotch)
701aThe Lord is my light[The Lord is my light]
701bThe Lord is my light[The Lord is my light] (Woodward)
701cThe Lord is my light[The Lord is my light]
702aBlessed is he whose transgressionTONUS PARISIANUS
702bBlessed is he whose transgression[Blessed is he whose transgression] (Crotch)
703Blessed is the nation[Blessed is the nation] (Russell)
704aI will bless the Lord at all times[I will bless the Lord at all times] (Cooke)
704bI will bless the Lord at all times[I will bless the Lord at all times] (Wellesley)
705aFret not thyself because of evildoers[Fret not thyself]
705bFret not thyself because of evildoers[Fret not thyself]
706aI said, I will take heed[I said, I will take heed] (Felton)
706bI said, I will take heed[I said, I will take heed] (Arnold)
707aI waited patiently for the Lord[I waited patiently for the Lord] (Hayes)
707bI waited patiently for the LordTONUS PARISIANUS
708aAs the hart panteth after the water brooks[As the hart panteth after the water brooks] (Croft)
708bAs the hart panteth after the water brooks[As the hart panteth after the water brooks] (Camidge)
709aGod is our refuge and strength[God is our refuge and strength]
709bGod is our refuge and strength[God is our refuge and strength] (Battishill)
709cGod is our refuge and strength[God is our refuge and strength]
710Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised[Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised]
711aHave mercy upon me, O GodTHIRD TONE

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



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