Hymn and Tune Book, for the Church and the Home

Publisher: American Unitarian Association, Boston, 1868
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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701Oh guard our shores form every foePage Scan
702I cannot call affliction sweetPage Scan
703O Saviour, whose immortal wordPage Scan
704O Thou whose own vast temple standsPage Scan
705Down toward the twilight driftingPage Scan
706See the leaves around us [you] fallingPage Scan
707Father, hear the prayer we offerPage Scan
708Shall I fear, O Earth! thy bosom?Page Scan
709When, driven by oppression's rodPage Scan
710How oft beneath this sacred shadePage Scan
711Where ancient forests widely spreadPage Scan
712Almighty, hear us while we raisePage Scan
713My son, be this thy simple planPage Scan
714The morning light is breakingPage Scan
715God is my strong salvationPage Scan
716To thee, O God! we offerPage Scan
717Now, host with host assemblingPage Scan
718To thee, God and SaviourPage Scan
719"Remember thy Creator"Page Scan
720Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayerPage Scan
721Great God, and wilt thou condescendPage Scan
722O God! I thank thee that the nightPage Scan
723Another day its course hath runPage Scan
724While yet the youthful spirit bearsPage Scan
725O Thou who sendest sun and rainPage Scan
726Mighty One, before whose facePage Scan
727Now condescend, Almighty KingPage Scan
728When I can read my title clearPage Scan
729O God! thy children gathered herePage Scan
730I travel all the irksome nightPage Scan
731Ouf Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy namePage Scan
732Out on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
733My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
734Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
735Joyfully, joyfully, onward I movePage Scan
736As, down in the sunless retreats of the oceanPage Scan
737I will arise, I will arise, will arise and go to my FatherPage Scan
738Now to heaven our prayer ascendingPage Scan
739From the recesses of a lowly spiritPage Scan
740Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy ladenPage Scan
741Wilt thou not visit me?Page Scan
742Every day hath toil and troublePage Scan
743Hast thou, 'midst life's empty noisesPage Scan
744A mighty fortress is our GodPage Scan
745Through this cold world alonePage Scan
746Lord! who art merciful as well as justPage Scan
747As earth's pageant passes byPage Scan
748Oh come, let us sing unto the LordPage Scan
749Glory be to the Father Almighty GodPage Scan
750Oh sing unto the Lord a new song!Page Scan
751Oh be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands!Page Scan
752My soul doth magnify the LordPage Scan
753It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LordPage Scan
754Glory be to the Father and to the SonPage Scan
755And there were in the same country shepherds abidingPage Scan
756Glory be to the Father, God most highPage Scan
757The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear himPage Scan
758Be merciful unto me, O God!Page Scan
759Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peacePage Scan
760I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, whence cometh my helpPage Scan
761Blessed be the Lord God of IsraelPage Scan
762We praise thee, O God! we acknoledge thee to be the LordPage Scan
763The Lord is my shepherdPage Scan
764Let not your heart be troubledPage Scan
765Now unto God, our Father, the God of gracePage Scan
766Bless the Lord, O my soul!Page Scan
767Holy, holy, holy, Lord God AlmightyPage Scan
768I was glad when they said unto mePage Scan
769God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten SonPage Scan
770Blessed are the poor in spiritPage Scan
771Therefore with angels and archangelsPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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