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Hymns for the Church of Christ (3rd thousand)

Editor: Rev. Frederic H. Hedge, Rev. Frederic D. Huntington
Publisher: Crosby, Nichols & Company, Boston, 1853
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Notes: This hymnal contains only text (no tunes).
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1How, Lord, shall vows of ours be sweet?Page Scan
2Now morning lifts her dewy veilPage Scan
3Now that the sun is beaming brightPage Scan
4Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
5Armies of God! in unionPage Scan
6Dear Lord, no other prayer I formPage Scan
7Zion's true, glorious God! on theePage Scan
8Sovereign and transforming Grace!Page Scan
9My God, I now appear before theePage Scan
10Lord, before thy presence comePage Scan
11All ye nations, praise the LordPage Scan
12Glory be to God on high!Page Scan
13Sing we the song of those who standPage Scan
14Safely through another weekPage Scan
15O thou, to whom, in ancient timePage Scan
16In thy name, O Lord, assemblingPage Scan
17Come the rich, and come the poorPage Scan
18O God, whose presence glows in allPage Scan
19O, bow thine ear, Eternal One!Page Scan
20The offerings to thy throne which risePage Scan
21While thee I seek, protecting Power!Page Scan
22Father of me and all mankindPage Scan
23Light of life, seraphic fire!Page Scan
24Return, my soul, unto thy restPage Scan
25Father! adored in worlds abovePage Scan
26Lo, God is here! Let us adorePage Scan
27Come to the house of prayerPage Scan
28Love divine, all love excellingPage Scan
29Lord of the worlds abovePage Scan
30Forth from the dark and stormy skyPage Scan
31Far from mortal cares retreatingPage Scan
32O Father! though the anxious fearPage Scan
33Lord, in this sacred hourPage Scan
34With sacred joy we lift our eyesPage Scan
35Lord, what offering shall we bringPage Scan
36O, not alone with outward signPage Scan
37"Let there be light!"--When from on highPage Scan
38O thou, whose power o'er moving worlds presidesPage Scan
39When, as returns this solemn dayPage Scan
40O God! whose dread and dazzling browPage Scan
41Father, to us, thy children, humbly kneelingPage Scan
42Great God! the followers of thy SonPage Scan
43Come, thou Almighty King!Page Scan
44Before Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
45Here holy thoughts a light have shedPage Scan
46From the recesses of a lowly spiritPage Scan
47For thy dear mercy's sake, O LordPage Scan
48Dear Lord! prepare our souls and trainPage Scan
49God is a spirit just and wisePage Scan
50When before thy throne we kneelPage Scan
51May the grace of Christ, our SaviourPage Scan
52My God! how endless is thy love!Page Scan
53From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
54Lord! dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
55Father! glory be to theePage Scan
56O wondrous depth of grace divinePage Scan
57Father, bless thy word to allPage Scan
58Lord of nature, Source of lightPage Scan
59Come, thou soul-transforming Spirit! Page Scan
60O God, by whom the seed is givenPage Scan
61Lo! the day of rest declinethPage Scan
62Soon will our fleeting hours be pastPage Scan
63Thy name, Almighty LordPage Scan
64Glorious in thy saints appearPage Scan
65Mighty One, before whose facePage Scan
66Blest are the pure in heartPage Scan
67Thy name be hallowed evermorePage Scan
68Arm of the Lord, awake! awake!Page Scan
69Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
70The heaven of heavens cannot containPage Scan
71Lord, it is not life to livePage Scan
72Lord of the harvest, God of gracePage Scan
73Blest is the hour when cares departPage Scan
74God shall bless thy going outPage Scan
75There is a world,--and, O, how blest!Page Scan
76O thou great Spirit! who alongPage Scan
77Now may he who from the deadPage Scan
78O Lord of life, and truth, and gracePage Scan
79Almighty God, thy word is castPage Scan
80This stone to thee in faith we layPage Scan
81O thou, whose own vast temple standsPage Scan
82The patriarch's dove, on weary wingPage Scan
83The perfect world by Adam trodPage Scan
84Where ancient forests widely spreadPage Scan
85Types of eternal rest,--fair buds of blissPage Scan
86Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting caresPage Scan
87Lord, I believe a rest remainsPage Scan
88Another six days' work is donePage Scan
89Again the Sunday mornPage Scan
90We bless thee for this sacred dayPage Scan
91Again the Lord of life and lightPage Scan
92Morning breaks upon the tomb!Page Scan
93Blest day of God! most calm, most brightPage Scan
94O, bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
95Father of mercies! God of love!Page Scan
96My God! how wonderful thou artPage Scan
97Praise to the Lord of the boundless mightPage Scan
98Father of all! in every agePage Scan
99O thou, whom neither time nor spacePage Scan
100I love my God, but with no love of minePage Scan

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