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Hymns from the Morningland





Author of
Hymns and Hymn Writers of the Church Hymnary
Hymns of the Greek Church,” “Hymns from the Greek Office Books
Hymns of the Holy Eastern Church
&c., &c.


Publisher by Appointment to the late Queen Victoria

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
01My God, shall sin its power maintainText
02Hark! upon the morning breezesText
03Hail to the morn that dawns on eastern hillsText
04Hail to the King, Who comes in weakness nowText
05Ye saints exult with cheerful songText
06He came because the Father willedText
07Now the King ImmortalText
08When o'er the world Augustus reignedText
09O Light, resplendent of the mornText
10O wounded hands and feet!Text
11When Jesus to the judgment hallText
12They brought Him to the hill of deathText
13"Watch with Me," The Master saidText
14They cried, "Let Him be crucified!"Text
15O darkest night that ever fell!Text
16Nailed to the cross the Saviour diesText
17O Son of God, afflictedText
18This be our prayer, O Saviour of our soulsText
19Lo, in its brightness the morning arisingText
20In the dark of early mornText
21Glory to God! The morn appointed breaksText
22Glory to God! the Christ hath left the tombText
23Rise, O glorious orb of day,—Text
24Borne on the clouds the Christ aroseText
25Lift up the gatesText
26Borne on the wings of lightText
27Like the beams that from the sunText
28Come, Holy Ghost, in mightText
29Spirit of God, in love descendText
30Lord, may Thy Holy Spirit calmText
31O God, the Holy GhostText
32When Jesus to the Jordan cameText
33When on the mount the Lord appearedText
34Behold, the King of Zion ridesText
35Waving in the autumn breezeText
36When in the clouds of heavenText
37Rest in the Lord, O servant by His graceText
38Thou dost not pass a lonesome wayText
39The man who erring counsel shunsText
40Lord, a band of foes increasingText
41Light of my life, O Lord, Thou artText
42From the hills the light is streamingText
43The day declines to nightText
44Lord, let us feel that Thou art nearText
45Come, praise with gladness the Lord of all creationText
46Now with my weeping would I cleanse my soulText
47O God of love, on bended kneeText
48O God, in mercy hearText
49Come to the Christ in tearsText
50Forgive my heart its vain regretsText
51Far let me flee from worldly sinText
52Lord of mercy, at Thy gateText
53Burdened with a heavy loadText
54Lord of a countless throngText
55Let all the world abroadText
56Thou Saviour of our sinful raceText
57Where the Lord reveals His presenceText
58O Love of God, surpassing farText
59O God of our salvation, Who in thy glorious mightText
60O Jesus, when my guilty fearsText
61Lord, I am Thine, for Thou hast died for meText
62Lord, let our eyes the things unseen beholdText
63Wake to the songs that lips unsullied singText
64Bring to the Christ your fearsText
65Lord, soothe my anxious, troubled soulText
66Surpassing great the gift of GodText
67My hope is firmly setText
68The time is drawing nearText
69I will not yield my swordText
70If in the cause of right I mustText
71The Christ on Olive's mount in prayerText
72Like music at the stilly hourText
73O Lord, Thou in the hour of needText
74My harp upon the willows, graveText
75To Thee my soul enraptured singsText
76Christ The Word! Thine IncarnationText
77Come, keep this Feast, who holy things revereText
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