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Hymns and Poetry of the Eastern Church

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15Glory in the highest to GodPage Scan
17Praise the Lord, O ye his servantsPage Scan
18aHail! cheerful Light, of his pure glory pouredPage Scan
18bThou art blessed, O Lord, who nourishest me from my youthPage Scan
19The world's producing law was Primal MindPage Scan
21Bridle of untamed coltsPage Scan
24Shepherd of eager youthPage Scan
27The Bridegroom cometh! overheadPage Scan
34Hear us now, Eternal MonarchPage Scan
36O thou, the One supreme o'er all!Page Scan
38O Christ the King! since breath pent up so longPage Scan
40What wilt thou possess or bePage Scan
46a'Tis dawn: to God I lift my handPage Scan
46bO Thou, the Word of truth divine!Page Scan
47Christ, my Lord, I come to bless theePage Scan
48O Bride of Christ on highPage Scan
57Where are my wingèd words? Dissolved in airPage Scan
60Wake, wake, I pray thee, shrill-toned lyre!Page Scan
67Again we hail the opening mornPage Scan
70aLift up thyself, my soulPage Scan
70bTo Thee at evening grayPage Scan
71Awake, our lute, the Child to singPage Scan
73Thee, with the holy self sprung Fount, we singPage Scan
75O my deathless, O my blessedPage Scan
76O! 'Tis no theme of common thingsPage Scan
78Well-beloved and glory-ladenPage Scan
80Christ the Son Of God most highPage Scan
86Into his arms with tender lovePage Scan
87A Star shines forth in heaven suddenlyPage Scan
88Salem is shouting with her childrenPage Scan
89To thee, O God, be praisesPage Scan
90He calls us to a day of gladnessPage Scan
91Child, by God's sweet mercy givenPage Scan
92As my provision for my journey, I have taken theePage Scan
94Glory to the glorious OnePage Scan
96Jehovah, judge my causePage Scan
98How bitter is the griefPage Scan
102The day is past and overPage Scan
103A great and mighty wonder! Page Scan
104In Bethlehem is He born!Page Scan
105aThe Lord and King of all thingsPage Scan
105bFierce was the wild billowPage Scan
107O the mystery, passing wonderPage Scan
108Jesus, hastening for the world to sufferPage Scan
109Christian! dost thou see themPage Scan
110The first of all apostlesPage Scan
112The wonder-working MasterPage Scan
113Our hymns receive, RedeemerPage Scan
114Habakkuk in ancient songPage Scan
115'Tis the day of resurrection! Page Scan
116aCome, let us drink of that new riverPage Scan
116bStand on thy watchtower, Habakkuk the SeerPage Scan
117Let us rise in early morningPage Scan
118aInto the dim earth's lowest parts descendingPage Scan
118bWho from the fiery furnace saved the ThreePage Scan
119Thou hallowed chosen morn of praisePage Scan
120Shine! shine! O new JerusalemPage Scan
121aIf the dark and awful tombPage Scan
121bThey who with Mary camePage Scan
122The tuneful sound of musicPage Scan
123Into the fiery furnace flungPage Scan
124Jesu, give thy servantsPage Scan
125Take the last kiss-- the last forever!Page Scan
129With pain earth's joys are mingledPage Scan
130Let heaven rejoice, and earth be gladPage Scan
132Bethlehem hath opened EdenPage Scan
134aChrist is born! Tell forth his fame!Page Scan
134bHim, of the Father's very EssencePage Scan
136Rod of the Root of JessePage Scan
137Father of Peace, and God of Consolation!Page Scan
138aAs Jonah, issuing from his three day's tombPage Scan
138bThe Holy Children boldly standPage Scan
139The dewy freshness that the furnace flingsPage Scan
140O wondrous mystery, full of passing grace!Page Scan
141He who with His mighty handPage Scan
142Art thou weary, art thou languidPage Scan
144The Lord my Maker, forming me of clayPage Scan
146That fearful day, that day of speechless dreadPage Scan
147God comes;--and who shall stand before his fear?Page Scan
148The day is near, the judgment is at handPage Scan
150The Lord draws nigh, the righteous throne's AssessorPage Scan
152The Lord, the Lord hath triumphedPage Scan
154Are thy toils and woes increasing?Page Scan
155Let our choir new anthems raisePage Scan
156Jesus, Lord of life eternalPage Scan
157Wafting Him up on highPage Scan
158aExalt, exalt, the heavenly gatesPage Scan
158bOf twofold natures, Christ, the GiverPage Scan
159After three day Thou didst risePage Scan
160Jesu, name all names abovePage Scan
162O Unity of Threefold lightPage Scan
163O thou uncovered Corse, Word of the Lving OnePage Scan
164Behold, the Bridegroom cometh in the middle of the nightPage Scan
165Christ, we sing thy saving PassionPage Scan
166The seplucher is holdingPage Scan
167Let all mortal flesh keep silence, and with fear and trembling standPage Scan
168Christ, Mercy's holy RiverPage Scan
169Within the womb of AnnaPage Scan
171O Saint, permitted here to seePage Scan
172Mark, shining light of EgyptPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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