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Isles of Shoals Hymn Book and Candle Light Service

Publisher: The Isles of Shoals Association, New Hampshire, 1908
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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1O Life, that maketh all things newPage Scan
2O Lord, where thy people [children] meetPage Scan
3O God, whose smile is in the skyPage Scan
4Still, still with thee, my GodPage Scan
5New every morning is the lovePage Scan
6Set from the restless world apartPage Scan
7God of the earth, the sky, the seaPage Scan
8Yes, God is good, in earth and skyPage Scan
9Thou One in all, thou All in OnePage Scan
10Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
11Come, holy Sun of heavenly lovePage Scan
12O'er silent field and lonely lawnPage Scan
13In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
14Dear Lord, thou bringest back the mornPage Scan
15Lord God of morning and of nightPage Scan
16O blessed life, the heart at restPage Scan
17God of the morning, at whose [thy] voicePage Scan
18I said it in the meadow pathPage Scan
19O lead me, Lord, that I may leadPage Scan
20Slowly, by thy [God's] hand unfurledPage Scan
21Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
22Grateful for another dayPage Scan
23Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighPage Scan
24As the storm retreatingPage Scan
25Come, Father, with the coming nightPage Scan
26Abide with me from morn til evePage Scan
27O Father, bless us ere we goPage Scan
28Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me onPage Scan
29My God, how endless [lasting] is thy lovePage Scan
30Again, as evening's shadow fallsPage Scan
31Now on land and sea descendingPage Scan
32When the light of day is waningPage Scan
33Lord, in this holy hour of evenPage Scan
34Now while the day in trailing splendorPage Scan
35Abide with me, fast falls the eventidePage Scan
36Now God be with us, for the night is closingPage Scan
37Father Almighty, bless us with thy blessingPage Scan
38Father, again to thy dear name we raisePage Scan
39God of the vastness of the far-spread seaPage Scan
40From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skiesPage Scan
41Be thou, O God, exalted highPage Scan
42I sing the mighty power of GodPage Scan
43He hides within the lilyPage Scan
44Heaven and earth, and sea, and air God's eternalPage Scan
45What thou wilt, O Father, givePage Scan
46Father and Friend, Thy light, thy lovePage Scan
47Hath not thy heart within thee burnedPage Scan
48In quiet hours the tranquil soulPage Scan
49For the beauty of the earthPage Scan
50Enkindling Love, eternal FlamePage Scan
51Bring, O morn, thy musicPage Scan
52How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
53Silent, like men in solemn hastePage Scan
54O thou whose perfect goodness crownsPage Scan
55One thought I have, my ample creedPage Scan
56Our God, our God, thou shinest herePage Scan
57O Thou, in all thy might so farPage Scan
58There is a book who runs [that all] may readPage Scan
59That God is love, unchanging lovePage Scan
60We follow, Lord, where thou dost leadPage Scan
61Mysterious presence, source of allPage Scan
62Thou glorious God, before whose facePage Scan
63No human eyes thy face may seePage Scan
64As once again we gather herePage Scan
65O God, whose law is in the skyPage Scan
66The ocean looketh up to heavenPage Scan
67Let children hear the mighty deedsPage Scan
68Great Ruler of all nature's framePage Scan
69O God, we praise thee and confessPage Scan
70O thou whose Spirit witness bearsPage Scan
71O worship the King, all glorious abovePage Scan
72O God, whose presence glows in all Within, around us, and abovePage Scan
73With heart's glad song, dear Lord, we comePage Scan
74We thank thee, Lord, for this fair earthPage Scan
75Father, beneath thy sheltering wingPage Scan
76O God, I thank thee for each sightPage Scan
77O Source divine, and Life of allPage Scan
78Let the whole creation cryPage Scan
79Sovereign and transforming gracePage Scan
80Thirsting for a living springPage Scan
81Now thank we all our GodPage Scan
82We praise thee, Lord, with earliest morning rayPage Scan
83O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherPage Scan
84O thou who art of all that isPage Scan
85Come, thou almighty willPage Scan
86Thou whose almighty word Chaos and darkness heardPage Scan
87Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
88Open, Lord, my [mine] inward earPage Scan
89See the Lord, thy Keeper [Helper], standPage Scan
90He comes, with succor speedyPage Scan
91The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
92Light of ages and of nationsPage Scan
93Father, give thy benedictionPage Scan
94Breath of the Lord that moved of oldPage Scan
95Kingdom of God, the day how blestPage Scan
96Out of the dark, the circling spherePage Scan
97O love divine, whose constant beamPage Scan
98O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sightPage Scan
99Lord of all being, throned afarPage Scan
100Holy Spirit, Source of gladness, Come [shine] with all thy radiance brightPage Scan

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