The Hymnal: published in 1895 and revised in 1911 by authority of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America

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601Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
602More love to thee, O ChristPage Scan
603O, for a faith that will not shrinkPage Scan
604Walk in the light, so shalt thou knowPage Scan
605Calm me, my God, and keep me calmPage Scan
606O let him whose sorrowPage Scan
607Purer yet and purerPage Scan
608Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peacePage Scan
609O love divine, how sweet thou artPage Scan
610O Lord, how happy should we bePage Scan
611'Tis by the faith of joys to comePage Scan
612My God, permit me not to bePage Scan
613The roseate hues of early dawnPage Scan
614Upon the hills the wind is bleak and coldPage Scan
615Far from my heavenly homePage Scan
616No, no, it is not dyingPage Scan
617It is not death to diePage Scan
618A few more years shall rollPage Scan
619The saints of God their conflict passPage Scan
620Sunset and evening star and one clear call for mePage Scan
621When our heads are bowed with woePage Scan
622Gentle Shepherd, thou hast stilledPage Scan
623Now the laborer's task is o'erPage Scan
624When the day of toil is donePage Scan
625Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
626One sweetly solemn thoughtPage Scan
627We sing his love who once was slainPage Scan
628There is a blessed homePage Scan
629The sands of time are sinkingPage Scan
630O what their joy and their glory must bePage Scan
631I heard a sound of voicesPage Scan
632Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
633O mother dear, JerusalemPage Scan
634O Paradise, O Paradise!Page Scan
635Forever with the LordPage Scan
636For thee, O dear, dear countryPage Scan
637Jerusalem, the goldenPage Scan
638Brief life is here our portionPage Scan
639I'm but a stranger herePage Scan
640O where shall rest be foundPage Scan
641Hark! hark, my soul! Angelic songs are swellingPage Scan
642Daily, daily sing the praisesPage Scan
643There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
644Light's abode, celestial SalemPage Scan
645While with ceaseless course the sunPage Scan
646Standing at the portalPage Scan
647Ring out, wild bells, to the wild skyPage Scan
648At thy feet, our God and FatherPage Scan
649Days and moments quickly flyingPage Scan
650Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
651For thy mercy and thy gracePage Scan
652Praise to God, immortal praisePage Scan
653Sing to the Lord of harvestPage Scan
654To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raisePage Scan
655Come, ye thankful people, comePage Scan
656Now thank we all our GodPage Scan
657We plough the fields and scatterPage Scan
658O God, beneath Thy guiding handPage Scan
659God of our fathers, whose almighty handPage Scan
660God, the all terrible! King,who ordainestPage Scan
661To thee, our God, we fly for mercy and for gracePage Scan
662From hands that would our land deflowerPage Scan
663O Lord of hosts, almighty KingPage Scan
664O God of love, O King of peacePage Scan
665My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
666God bless our native land, Firm may shePage Scan
667Great King of nations, hear our prayerPage Scan
668We pray thee, Jesus, who didst firstPage Scan
669O risen Lord upon the thronePage Scan
670Christ is our cornerstonePage Scan
671Thou whose unmeasured temple standsPage Scan
672Founded on thee, our only LordPage Scan
673O love divine and golden, Mysterious depthPage Scan
674The voice that breathed o'er EdenPage Scan
675O perfect love, all human thought transcendingPage Scan
676O happy home where thou art loved the dearestPage Scan
677Thou gracious Power whose mercy lendsPage Scan
678Let children hear the mighty deedsPage Scan
679Now rest, ye pilgrim hostPage Scan
680O Lord, be with us when we sailPage Scan
681Eternal Father, strong to save, whose armPage Scan
682Star of peace to wanderers wearyPage Scan
683God be with you till we meet againPage Scan
684O Thou before whose presencePage Scan
685Father, who on man dost showerPage Scan
686O thou whose feet have climbed life's hillPage Scan
687There is a city brightPage Scan
688Saviour, teach me, day by dayPage Scan
689Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighPage Scan
690Once in royal David's city stood a lowly cattle shedPage Scan
691There's a song in the air, there's a star in the skyPage Scan
692Saw you never in the twilight When the sunPage Scan
693There is no name so sweet on earthPage Scan
694I think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
695When, his salvation bringingPage Scan
696In his own raiment cladPage Scan
697Golden harps are soundingPage Scan
698Saviour, like a shepherd lead usPage Scan
699There's a Friend for little childrenPage Scan
700Hushed was the evening hymnPage Scan

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