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Hymns Ancient and Modern (Standard ed.)

Publisher: William Clowes and Sons, London, 1924
Denomination: Church of England
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1Now that the daylight fills the sky
2O Jesus, Lord of light and grace
3Awake, my soul, and with the sun
4New every morning is the love
5My Father, for another night
6At thy feet, O Christ, we lay
7Christ, whose glory fills the skies
8Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go
9Come, Holy Ghost, who ever One
10O God of truth, O Lord of might
11O God of all the strength and power
12O strength and stay upholding all creation
13As now the sun’s declining rays
14O Trinity of blessed Light
15Before the ending of the day
16Now that the daylight dies away
17The sun is sinking fast
18Hail, gladdening Light
19The radiant morn hath passed away
20At even, ere the sun was set
21The day is past and over
22Holy Father, cheer our way
23Glory to thee, my God, this night
24Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear
25Through the day thy love has spared us
26God, that madest earth and heaven
27Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
28Sweet Savior, bless us ere we go
29O Father, who didst all things make
30Our day of praise is done
31Savior, again to thy dear name we raise
32And now the wants are told, that brought
33Morn of morns and day of days
36O day of rest and gladness
34On this day, the first of days
35Again the Lord’s own day is here
37This is the day of light
38Blest Creator of the light
39Sing we the glory of our God
40Thou spakest, Lord, and into one
41New wonders of thy mighty hand
42The fish in wave, the bird on wing
43Today, O Lord, a holier work
44Six days of labor now are past
45Creator of the starry height
46O heavenly Word, eternal Light
47Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding
48The advent of our King
49O come, O come Emmanuel
50On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry
51Lo, he comes with clouds descending
52Great God, what do I see and hear
53Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes
54When shades of night around us close
55Of the Father’s love begotten
56O come, Redeemer of mankind, appear
57O Christ, Redeemer of our race
58God from on high hath heard
59O come, all ye faithful
60Hark, the herald angels sing
61Christians, awake! salute the happy morn
62While shepherds watched their flocks by night
63O Savior, Lord, to thee we pray
64Yesterday with exultation
65First of martyrs
66The life which God’s incarnate Word
67Word supreme, before creation
68Sweet flowerets of the martyr band
69Glory to thee, O Lord
70The ancient law departs
71O blessed day, when first was poured
72The year is gone beyond recall
73For thy mercy and thy grace
74Father, let me dedicate
75How vain the cruel Herod’s fear
76Earth has many a noble city
77What star is this, with beams so bright
78The heavenly Child in stature grows
79As with gladness men of old
80The people that in darkness sat
81Songs of thankfulness and praise
82Alleluia, song of sweetness
83Creator of the world, to thee
84Once more the solemn season calls
85By precepts taught of ages past
86O thou who dost to man accord
87O merciful Creator, hear
88Lo, now is our accepted day
89Good it is to keep the feast
90Jesus, our lenten fast of thee
91Christian, dost thou see them
92Forty days and forty nights
93O Lord, turn not thy face from me
94Lord, in this thy mercy’s day
95O Christ, who art the Light and Day
96The royal banners forward go
97Now the thirty years accomplished
98All glory, laud, and honor
99Ride on, ride on in majesty
100Zion’s daughter, weep no more

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