Hymns and Anthems adapted for Jewish Worship

Editor: Gustav Gottheil
Publisher: Putnam, New York, 1887
Denomination: Jewish Congregations, Judaism
Language: English
Notes: Anthems are numbered separately
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101O beautiful, my country!Page Scan
102Now, the dreary winter's overPage Scan
103Happy who in early youthPage Scan
104Lord! from pole to pole reboundingPage Scan
105O Israel's God, I bring Thee now my willPage Scan
106Into the tomb of ages pastPage Scan
107Between the past and future yearPage Scan
108Lord! Thou hast been Thy people's restPage Scan
109Hath my heart been wavering long?Page Scan
110To Thee we give ourselves to-dayPage Scan
111Thy faithful servant, Lord, doth yearnPage Scan
112God of mercy, God of lovePage Scan
113O what is man, Omnipotent!Page Scan
114Soul, why art thou troubled so?Page Scan
115In peace with all the world we livePage Scan
116Lord of harvest! Thee we hailPage Scan
117We thank Thee, LordPage Scan
118Great arbiter of human fatePage Scan
119O Lord, Thy children here to-dayPage Scan
120Let children hear the mighty deedsPage Scan
121Undivided unity!Page Scan
122Here holy thoughts a light have shedPage Scan
123Day by day the manna fellPage Scan
124Since Thou hast added now, O God?Page Scan
125So here hath been dawningPage Scan
126Sweet morn! from countless cups of goldPage Scan
127Come, my soul, thou must be waking!Page Scan
128Awake, my soul! awake, my tonguePage Scan
129Once more the daylight shines abroadPage Scan
130In the morning I will raisePage Scan
131Maker of all things! God most high!Page Scan
132And now, O Lord, my God, or erePage Scan
133When thou hast spent the lingering dayPage Scan
134As darker, darker fall aroundPage Scan
135Father, now the day is overPage Scan
136Again as evening's shadow fallsPage Scan
137Now God be with us, for the night is closingPage Scan
138In the dead silence of the voiceless nightPage Scan
139The night is come like to the dayPage Scan
140Lord, who ordainest for mankindPage Scan
141This child we dedicate to TheePage Scan
142Thou who art enthroned abovePage Scan
143Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
144To weary hearts, to mourning homesPage Scan
145Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
146Grant me a way, O Lord and Guardian minePage Scan
147O deem not that earth's crowning blissPage Scan
148O Lord, to whom the heart's desires lie barePage Scan
149Led by kindlier hand than oursPage Scan
150Who is the angel that cometh?Page Scan
151Forget thine anguishPage Scan
152It singeth low in every heartPage Scan
153Sow with a generous handPage Scan
154Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless roundPage Scan
155Relentless and unswerving in its coursePage Scan
156Alas for him who never seesPage Scan
157Clay to clay, and dust to dust!Page Scan
158The world may change from old to newPage Scan
159Abide in me, O Lord, and I in TheePage Scan
160Now, as the parting hour is nighPage Scan
161Father, again to Thy dear name we raisePage Scan
162Ere to the world again we goPage Scan
163God and Father, Thou hast taught mePage Scan
164The heaven of heavens cannot containPage Scan
165Great God! my joyful thanks to TheePage Scan
166Unto the house of peace my spirit yearnsPage Scan
167Infatuate, I trifled faith awayPage Scan
168I will extol Thee, O my King!Page Scan
169O my soul, with all thy powersPage Scan
170Child of the earth! O lift thy glancePage Scan
171The springtide hour brings leaf and flowerPage Scan
172O Thou, who hast at Thy commandPage Scan
173O Father, lift our souls abovePage Scan
174My God, how endless is Thy love!Page Scan
175Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I goPage Scan
176The light pours down from heavenPage Scan
177This is the day of Light!Page Scan
178With grateful heart I greet againPage Scan
179Earth's transitory things decayPage Scan
180How purely true, how deeply warmPage Scan
181In the bitter waves of woePage Scan
A1I lift mine eyes unto the mountains; whence cometh my help?Page Scan
A2I was glad when they said unto me: We will go up into the house of the LordPage Scan
A3Behold, now praise the Lord, all ye servants of the LordPage Scan
A4I have set the Lord always before my eyesPage Scan
A5Who is among you that feareth the LordPage Scan
A6The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear?Page Scan
A7Bow down Thine ear, O Lord, and answer mePage Scan
A8O God of Hosts, the mighty LordPage Scan
A9Ye shall dwell in the land that I gave to your fathersPage Scan
A10Give ear unto me, Lord, I beseech TheePage Scan
A11Out of the deep have I called unto Thee, O LordPage Scan
A12Unto Thee will I lift up mine eyesPage Scan
A13I will extol Thee, O Lord, for Thou hast raised me upPage Scan
A14I wait for the Lord, my soul doth wait for the LordPage Scan
A15Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people! saith your GodPage Scan
A16Why sayest thou, O Jacob, and speakest, O IsraelPage Scan
A17And in that day thou shalt say: I will give thanks unto TheePage Scan
A18Glory ye in His holy name; let the heart of them rejoice that seek the LordPage Scan
A19I will hear what God, the Lord, speakethPage Scan

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