Hymns of the Ages (3rd series)

Editor: C. S. Guild, Anne E. Guild
Publisher: Ticknor and Fields, Boston, Mass., 1865
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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1Our God! our God! Thou shinest herePage Scan
2O sometimes gleams upon our sightPage Scan
3The day of the Lord is at hand, at handPage Scan
5Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the LordPage Scan
6We see not, know not; all our wayPage Scan
8"Carry me across!"Page Scan
10Thou, long disowned, reviled, opprestPage Scan
11Kingdoms and thrones to God belongPage Scan
12The foe behind, the deep beforePage Scan
13Thus saith God of His anointedPage Scan
14Father, I call on theePage Scan
16A safe stronghold our God is stillPage Scan
17O fair-haired Northern heroPage Scan
18Go to the grave in all thy glorious primePage Scan
19O holy Father, just and truePage Scan
20A voice from the desert comes awful and shrillPage Scan
21Oppression shall not always reignPage Scan
22Out of the dark the circling spherePage Scan
23Men of thought! be up and stirringPage Scan
25O Israel, to thy tents repairPage Scan
26Prisoners of hope! be strong, be boldPage Scan
27A soldier's course, from battles wonPage Scan
28Our God, our Father, with us stayPage Scan
29It came upon the midnight clearPage Scan
31In the beginning was the WordPage Scan
32O for the coming of the endPage Scan
33aO thou great Friend to all the sons of menPage Scan
33bStrong-souled Reformer, whose far-seeing faithPage Scan
35From lips divine, like healing balmPage Scan
36Is this the way, my Father? 'Tis, my childPage Scan
37Arise! this day shall shinePage Scan
38One year ago,--a ringing voicePage Scan
40God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
42Peace! be still! In this night of sorrow bowPage Scan
43Yes, thou mayest weep, for Jesus shedPage Scan
45My God, whose gracious pity I may claimPage Scan
46How shalt thou bear the cross that nowPage Scan
48What are these in bright array?Page Scan
49Sickness is a school severePage Scan
51Flow on, thou Fountain of my joyPage Scan
53God doth not leave his own!Page Scan
54We will not weep; for God is standing by usPage Scan
55Ah! why should bitter tears be shedPage Scan
56There is a land where beauty cannot fadePage Scan
57Come! said Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
58O'er the dark wave of GalileePage Scan
59Go to dark GethsemanePage Scan
61Humbly while my soul doth provePage Scan
63Deem not that they are blest alonePage Scan
64Father, when o'er our trembling heartsPage Scan
66O thou who didst deny to mePage Scan
67Who, that a watcher doth remainPage Scan
69The seed must die before the corn appearsPage Scan
70Therefore, O friend! I would not, if I mightPage Scan
71Through night to light!--And though to mortal eyesPage Scan
73When darkness long has veiled my mindPage Scan
74My God, my Father! while I strayPage Scan
75Judge not; the workings of his brainPage Scan
76Without haste! without rest!Page Scan
78Not on a prayerless bed, not on a prayerless bedPage Scan
80Be not afraid to pray,--to pray is rightPage Scan
81The prayers I make will then be sweet indeedPage Scan
82Lord, teach us how to pray arightPage Scan
83If any be distressed, and fain would gatherPage Scan
85Come, let us pray; 'tis sweet to feel Page Scan
86My God! is any hour so sweetPage Scan
87O Lord, turn not Thy face awayPage Scan
88O help us Lord! each hour of needPage Scan
89My God! in life’s most doubtful hourPage Scan
90While Thee I seek, protecting PowerPage Scan
91This gracious promise, Lord, fulfilPage Scan
93aBowed 'neath the load of human illPage Scan
93bThat mystic word of Thine, O sovereign LordPage Scan
95In the hour of my distressPage Scan
97From my lips in their defilementPage Scan
99Jesus, cast a look on mePage Scan
100Gracious Spirit, dwell with mePage Scan
101I beg of you, I beg of you, my brothersPage Scan
103One prayer I have,--all prayers in onePage Scan
104Thy will be done! I will not fearPage Scan
105Begin the day with God!Page Scan
107I and my house are ready, LordPage Scan
109Christ, whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan
110O timely happy, timely wisePage Scan
112Dear God, that watch doth keepPage Scan
113The purple morning gilds the eastern skiesPage Scan
115The weary day at length is pastPage Scan
116O shadow in a sultry land!Page Scan
117I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
118The shadows of the evening hoursPage Scan
120Sweet Saviour! bless us ere we goPage Scan
122aThe day is ended. Ere I sink to sleepPage Scan
122bHear my prayer, O Heavenly FatherPage Scan
123Lord, a happy child of ThinePage Scan
124What ails my heart, that in my breastPage Scan
126Awake, my soul, awake to prayerPage Scan
129'Twas in the watches of the nightPage Scan
130In the still silence of the voiceless nightPage Scan
131Star of morn and evenPage Scan
132Author of good, to thee we turnPage Scan

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