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Hymnal: according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (Rev. ed.)

Author: Episcopal Church.
Publisher: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, Philadelphia, 1874
Denomination: Episcopal Church
Language: English
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5Rejoice, rejoice, believers!TextPage Scan
6The Lord unto my Lord thus spakeTextPage Scan
7Thy kingdom come, O GodTextPage Scan
8Once more, O Lord, thy sign shall beTextPage Scan
12On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryTextPage Scan
33Jesus! Name of wondrous love!TextPage Scan
34Hail to the Lord's AnointedTextPage Scan
35How wondrous and greatTextPage Scan
36Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem, riseTextPage Scan
37Brightest and best of the sons of the morningTextPage Scan
72Thou art the King of IsraelTextPage Scan
73Ride on! ride on in majesty!TextPage Scan
74Glory be to JesusTextPage Scan
75My Saviour hanging on the treeTextPage Scan
76Hail, thou once-despisèd JesusTextPage Scan
85'Tis finished; so the Saviour criedTextPage Scan
86Go to dark GethsemaneTextPage Scan
88Hark! the voice of love and mercyTextPage Scan
97It is not death to dieTextPage Scan
98Christ the Lord is risen to-dayTextPage Scan
99Jesus Christ is risen to-dayTextPage Scan
105The day of resurrection!TextPage Scan
106Christ the Lord is risen againTextPage Scan
111Once the angel started backTextPage Scan
112Joy fills the dwelling of the justTextPage Scan
113Thou art gone up on highTextPage Scan
114The Head, that once was crown'd with thornsTextPage Scan
115Look, ye saints; the sight is gloriousTextPage Scan
123Behold the glories of the LambTextPage Scan
132Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed TextPage Scan
154Lord! in the morning thou shalt hearTextPage Scan
159This is the day of lightTextPage Scan
160O day of rest and gladnessTextPage Scan
181Praise we the Lord this dayTextPage Scan
207Bread of the world, in mercy brokenTextPage Scan
242Arm these thy soldiers, mighty LordTextPage Scan
243His mercy and his truthTextPage Scan
244May God accept our vowTextPage Scan
245O God of hosts, the mighty LordTextPage Scan
246As by the light of opening dayTextPage Scan
247Deign this union to approveTextPage Scan
248The voice that breathed o'er EdenTextPage Scan
249Be still, my heart, these anxious caresTextPage Scan
250When gathering clouds around I viewTextPage Scan
251Lord, as to thy dear cross we fleeTextPage Scan
252When our heads are bowed with woeTextPage Scan
253Thou art my hiding-place, O LordTextPage Scan
254Thy way, not mine, O LordTextPage Scan
255When musing sorrow weeps the pastTextPage Scan
256My God, my Father, while I strayTextPage Scan
257Whate'er my God ordains is rightTextPage Scan
258Lord, let me know my term of daysTextPage Scan
259Hear what the voice from heaven declaresTextPage Scan
269Lord, for the just thou dost provideTextPage Scan
270Lord, pour thy spirit from on highTextPage Scan
271Father of mercies, bow thine earTextPage Scan
272Come pure hearts, in sweetest measuresTextPage Scan
273Go forth, ye heralds in my nameTextPage Scan
285To bless thy chosen raceTextPage Scan
286On Sion and on LebanonTextPage Scan
298Sow in the morn thy seedPage Scan
299We give thee but thine ownPage Scan
304Salvation doth to God belongTextPage Scan
319He that has God his guardian madeTextPage Scan
320O God, my gracious God, to theeTextPage Scan
351Lord, when this holy morning brokeTextPage Scan
376Grace! 'tis a charming soundTextPage Scan
427With glory clad, with strength arrayedTextPage Scan
428Come, thou Almighty KingTextPage Scan
429Awake, my soul, to joyful laysTextPage Scan
458My God, I love thee--not becauseTextPage Scan
459Thou, whom my soul admires aboveTextPage Scan
468There is a fold whence none can strayTextPage Scan
487How long shall earth's alluring toysTextPage Scan
511Almighty God! I call to theeTextPage Scan
512Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloomTextPage Scan
513O where shall rest be foundTextPage Scan
514Art thou weary, art thou languidTextPage Scan
515Thou hidden love of God, whose heightTextPage Scan
516The Lord our God is clothed with mightTextPage Scan
532Jesus, Saviour of my soulPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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