Hymnal: according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America

Hymnary.org Indexer: Peter Irvine
Publisher: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, Philadelphia, Penn., 1871
Denomination: (Protestant) Episcopal Church
Language: English
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1Lo, He comes with clouds descendingText
2The Lord will come, the earth shall quakeText
3That day of wrath, that dreadful dayText
4Hosanna to the living Lord!Text
5Rejoice, rejoice, believers!Text
6The Lord unto my Lord thus spakeText
7Thy kingdom come, O GodText
8Once more, O Lord, Thy sign shall beText
9Come, quickly come, dread Judge of allText
10O Jesu, Thou art standingText
11The Lord hath spoke, the mighty GodText
12On Jordan's banks the Baptist's cryText
13O come, O come, EmmanuelText
14O wisdom, spreading mightilyText
15Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comesText
16Hail! Thou long-expected JesusText
17Hark! the herald-angels singText
18While shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightText
19O come, all ye faithfulText
20Hark! what mean those holy voicesText
21Christians, awake, salute the happy mornText
22It came upon the midnight clearText
23Sion, the marvellous story be tellingText
24Angels from the realms of gloryText
25Come hither, ye faithfulText
26Calm on the listening ear of nightText
27To hail Thy rising, Sun of lifeText
28A few more years shall rollText
29O God, our help in ages pastText
30The God of life, Whose constant careText
31While with ceaseless course the sunText
32The ancient law departsText
33Jesus! Name of wondrous love!Text
34Hail to the Lord's AnointedText
35How wondrous and greatText
36Rise, crown'd with light, imperial Salem, riseText
37Brightest and best of the sons of the morningText
38Lo! hills and mountains shall bring forthText
39Light of those whose dreary dwellingText
40Joy to the world! the Lord is comeText
41The Name of our GodText
42Hark! the song of jubileeText
43Watchman! tell us of the nightText
44How beauteous are their feetText
45As with gladness men of oldText
46When, marshall'd on the nightly plainText
47Sons of men, behold from farText
48Once more the solemn season callsText
49Forty days and forty nightsText
50In mercy, not in wrathText
51Thy chastening wrath, O Lord, restrainText
52Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast knownText
53Saviour, when in dust to TheeText
54Sinners! turn, why will ye die?Text
55My soul with patience waits Text
56How oft, alas! this wretched heartText
57My God, permit me not to beText
58Hasten, sinner! to be wiseText
59Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleepText
60Have mercy, Lord, on meText
61As o'er the past my memory straysText
62O Thou to Whose all-searching sightText
63Lord, in this Thy mercy's dayText
64My sins, my sins, my Saviour!Text
65O Thou, from Whom all goodness flowsText
66O gracious God, in Whom I liveText
67Weary of earth, and laden with my sinText
68Christian! dost thou see them Text
69Lord, when we bend before Thy throneText
70Weary of wandering from my GodText
71With broken heart and contrite sighText
72All glory, laud, and honour Text
73Ride on! ride on in majesty!Text
74Glory be to JesusText
75Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingText
76Hail, Thou once despised JesusText
77Who is this that comes from EdomText
78We sing the praise of Him Who diedText
79The Royal Banners forward goText
80Behold the Lamb of God!Text
81See the destined day ariseText
82Bound upon the accursed treeText
83When I survey the wondrous CrossText
84Sweet the moments, rich in blessingText
85'Tis finished, so the Saviour criedText
86Go to dark GethsemaneText
87O sacred Head, now wounded Text
88Hark! the voice of love and mercyText
89O come and mourn with me awhileText
90Resting from His work to-dayText
91Pain and toil are over nowText
92All is o'er, the pain, the sorrowText
93I would not live alway: I ask not to stayText
94God of my life, O Lord most highText
95My grateful soul shall bless the LordText
96This life's a dream, an empty showText
97It is not death to dieText
98Christ the Lord is risen to-day, Text
99Jesus Christ is risen to-dayText
100At the Lamb's high feast we singText

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