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Hymns of the Christian Centuries

Editor: Mrs. Perceval Mackrell
Publisher: Longmans, Green & Co., New York, 1903
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number.
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3O Thou, the King of Saints, all-conquering WordPage Scan
4King of Saints,Almighty WordPage Scan
5From our midnight sleep uprisingPage Scan
9O Brightness of the Immortal Father’s FacePage Scan
10O soul of mine, O soul of minePage Scan
13O splendor of the Father's FacePage Scan
14Maker of all things, glorious GodPage Scan
15Receive him, Earth, unto thine harboring shrinePage Scan
16Lucis Largitor splendidePage Scan
17Thou splendid Giver of the lightPage Scan
23O ye who seek your Lord to-dayPage Scan
24Lord Jesu, think on mePage Scan
27The Royal banners forward flyPage Scan
31A hymn of glory let us singPage Scan
35Whence shall my tears begin?Page Scan
39All glory, laud, and honourPage Scan
40Safe home, safe home in port!Page Scan
45O Unity of Threefold LightPage Scan
49Ye choirs of New JerusalemPage Scan
53O Sacred Head! once wounded Page Scan
54Jesu! the very thought of Thee Page Scan
55Jesu, Thou Joy of loving hearts!Page Scan
56O what their joy and their glory bePage Scan
59Holy Spirit, come, we prayPage Scan
60Dies irae, dies illa Page Scan
61Day of Doom, the last and greatestPage Scan
66Day of Wrath! O Day of mourning!Page Scan
68Thee we adore, O unseen Saviour! THEEPage Scan
71By the Cross in anguish sighingPage Scan
72Jesus Christ is risen to-dayPage Scan
75If there be that skills to reckonPage Scan
77In the far celestial landPage Scan
81Name of our triumphant SaviourPage Scan
82Out of the depths I cry to TheePage Scan
84A safe stronghold our God is stillPage Scan
86Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyesPage Scan
87Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
88When my appointed hour is comePage Scan
90All people that on earth do dwellPage Scan
91Awake, awake, for night is flyingPage Scan
95Wilt Tthou forgive that sin where I begunPage Scan
97O day most calm, most brightPage Scan
99Teach me, my God and KingPage Scan
100Since Thou hast added now, O LordPage Scan
101Behold the Sun that seemed but nowPage Scan
103In the hour of my distressPage Scan
104Earth has nothing sweet or fairPage Scan
106Happy are the faithful deadPage Scan
107Mine hour appointed is at handPage Scan
108Jesus my Redeemer livesPage Scan
109They are all gone into a world of Light!Page Scan
111Commit thou all thy griefsPage Scan
113Nothing fair on earth I seePage Scan
114Cometh sunshine after rainPage Scan
116Alas! that I not earlier knew TheePage Scan
117My life's a shade, my daysPage Scan
118Awake, my soul, and with the SunPage Scan
120All praise to Thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
122My God, now I from sleep awakePage Scan
123And now, at last, the hour is comePage Scan
125Lord, it belongs not to my carePage Scan
126Blest Day of God, most calm, most brightPage Scan
127My Lord, my God, was crucifiedPage Scan
128Rest of the weary! ThouPage Scan
130With hymns the heavenly courts are ringingPage Scan
131Come, my soul, thou must be wakingPage Scan
133O holy, holy, holy Lord!Page Scan
134As pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
135My Guardian, own me ThinePage Scan
139Is thy heart athirst to knowPage Scan
141I know that my Redeemer livethPage Scan
142When I survey the wondrous CrossPage Scan
144Wouldst be happy, little child?Page Scan
146Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly DovePage Scan
147My soul hath found the steadfast groundPage Scan
148My whole desire Doth deeply turn awayPage Scan
149Do not I love Thee, O my Lord?Page Scan
150Jesu, pitying Saviour, hear mePage Scan
151O Thou, Who in the light dost dwellPage Scan
152Christ Whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan
153Jesu, Lover of my soulPage Scan
154You now must hear My voice no morePage Scan
155Something every heart is lovingPage Scan
156Let not your hearts with anxious thoughtsPage Scan
157Happy soul! thy days are endedPage Scan
158Eternal Spirit! 'twas Thy breathPage Scan
159Jesus lives! No longer nowPage Scan
160Since I one day from yonder sleepingPage Scan
161Christ will gather in His ownPage Scan
162The Spirit breathes upon the WordPage Scan
163Sometimes a light surprisesPage Scan
164Time by moments steals awayPage Scan
165Soon will the evening star with silver rayPage Scan
166Great God of Love,--attendPage Scan
168Is it a thing so smallPage Scan
169Who has this Book, and reads it notPage Scan
173There is a calm for those who weepPage Scan
174Spirit of Truth! on this Thy DayPage Scan
175Oh, where shall rest be found?Page Scan
176Beneath our feet and o'er our headPage Scan

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