Hymns of the Faith with Psalms: for the use of congregations

Editor: George Harris, D.D., William Jewett Tucker, D.D., Edward K. Glezen
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston / New York, 1890
Denomination: Congregationalists (United Church of Christ)
Language: English
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1Ye holy angels brightCHRIST CHURCHPage Scan
2Come, Thou Almighty KingITALIAN HYMNPage Scan
3Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!NICAEAPage Scan
4Come, O Creator-Spirit blestGRACE CHURCHPage Scan
5Our heavenly Father callsSTATE STREETPage Scan
6Come, my soul, thy suit prepareSEYMOURPage Scan
7Lord, when we bend before Thy throneST. LEONARDPage Scan
8Jesus, where'er Thy people meetHUMILITYPage Scan
9From every stormy wind that blowsHUMILITYPage Scan
10Behold the throne of grace!OLMUTZPage Scan
11Talk with me, Lord: Thyself revealBEATITUDEPage Scan
12Sweet is Thy mercy, LordST. ANDREWPage Scan
13aNearer, my God, to TheeKEDRONPage Scan
13bNearer, my God, to TheeBETHANYPage Scan
14My faith looks up to TheeOLIVETPage Scan
15Still, still with Thee, my GodMARSHALLPage Scan
16Sweet is the memory of Thy graceHERMANNPage Scan
17The King of love my Shepherd isDOMINUS REGIT MEPage Scan
18Come, ye faithful raise the anthemRESURRECTIONPage Scan
19Praise, my soul, the King of heavenBENEDIC ANIMAPage Scan
20Jesus, King most wonderfulMIRFIELDPage Scan
21Come, let us sing the Song of songsDUKE STREETPage Scan
22Arise, my soul! my joyful powersAUBREYPage Scan
23God eternal, Lord of allINNOCENTSPage Scan
24aFrom all that dwell below the skiesOLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
24bPraise God, from whom all blessings flowOLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
25O worship the King all glorious aboveLYONSPage Scan
26God the Lord a King remainethCORONAEPage Scan
27Oh, for a shout of joyOLD HUNDRED FORTY-EIGTHPage Scan
28Angel voices ever singingANGEL VOICESPage Scan
29I sing th'almighty power of GodHUMMELPage Scan
30Great God! how infinite art ThouDUNDEEPage Scan
31O blessed God, to Thee I raiseILLAPage Scan
32Thy mighty working, mighty GodWELFIELDPage Scan
33O holy, holy LordDARWALLPage Scan
34The Lord is King! Lift up thy voiceCHURCH TRIUMPHANTPage Scan
35My God, how wonderful Thou artWINDSORPage Scan
36O Lord, how good, how great art ThouTALLIS' ORDINALPage Scan
37Our God, our help in ages pastST. ANN'SPage Scan
38God moves in a mysterious wayST. ANN'SPage Scan
39aLord of all being, thron'd afarGROSTETEPage Scan
39bLord of all being, thron'd afarLOUVANPage Scan
40O God, the Rock of AgesMAGDALENAPage Scan
41Guide me, O Thou great JehovahREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
42Hark! a thrilling voice is soundingLANGDALEPage Scan
43Hark! the voice eternalLAUD DEOPage Scan
44Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesST. SAVIOURPage Scan
45aJoy to the world! the Lord is comeNATIVITYPage Scan
45bJoy to the world! the Lord is comeANTIOCHPage Scan
46Hark, hark, the notes of joyARTHUR'S SEATPage Scan
47He has come! the Christ of GodST. GEORGE'S CHAPELPage Scan
48Hark! the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNPage Scan
49It came upon the midnight clearCAROLPage Scan
50Calm, on the list'ning ear of nightGOULDPage Scan
51All my heart this night rejoicesNATIVITY NEWPage Scan
52All praise to Thee, eternal LordWAREHAMPage Scan
53Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy kingly crownMANGERPage Scan
54Once in royal David's cityIRBYPage Scan
55O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphantADESTE FIDELESPage Scan
56O little town of BethlehemST. MATTHEWPage Scan
57From the eastern mountainsALMA LUXPage Scan
58As with gladness men of oldDIXPage Scan
59Brightest and best of the sons of the morningOBLATIONSPage Scan
60Angels, from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
61On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEWPage Scan
62And didst Thou, Lord, our sorrows take?GRACE CHURCHPage Scan
63What grace, O Lord, and beauty shoneARMAGHPage Scan
64How sweetly flowed the gospel soundHASKELLPage Scan
65How beauteous were the marks divineHASKELLPage Scan
66O son of Man, Thyself hast provedBEATITUDEPage Scan
67Oh, mean may seem this house of clayBEATITUDEPage Scan
68Oh, where is He that trod the seaFILIUS DEIPage Scan
69Fierce was the wild billowEUROCLYDONPage Scan
70Thine arm, O Lord, in days of oldDELIVERANCEPage Scan
71I think, when I read that sweet story of oldROSSLYNPage Scan
72aImmortal Love, forever fullFAITHPage Scan
72bImmortal Love, forever fullSERENITYPage Scan
73aJesus calls us; o'er the tumultGALILEEPage Scan
73bJesus calls us; o'er the tumultDORRNANCEPage Scan
74Thou say'st, Take up thy crossMARSHALLPage Scan
75My dear Redeemer, and my LordHAMBURGPage Scan
76O Master, let me walk with TheeANGELUSPage Scan
77Lord, I know Thy grace is nigh meTRUSTPage Scan
78The Saviour!—what a noble flameST. MARKPage Scan
79Ride on! ride on in majesty!ST. DROSDANEPage Scan
80O how shall I receive TheeST. ANSELMPage Scan
81Hosanna to the living LordHOSANNAPage Scan
82When, His salvation bringingTOURSPage Scan
83All glory, laud, and honorST. THEODULPHPage Scan
84a'Tis midnight,—and on Olive's browBABYLON'S STREAMSPage Scan
84b'Tis midnight,—and on Olive's browOLIVE'S BROWPage Scan
85Oh, come and mourn with me awhileST. CROSSPage Scan
86O the sweet wonders of that crossFEDERAL STREETPage Scan
87Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingST. DENYSPage Scan
88O sacred Head, now woundedPASSION CHORALEPage Scan
89There is a green hill far awayFREDERIKAPage Scan
90aIn the cross of Christ I glorySYCHARPage Scan
90bIn the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUNPage Scan
91Ask ye what great thing I knowHENDONPage Scan
92When I survey the wondrous crossROCKINGHAMPage Scan

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