Laudes Domini: a selection of spiritual songs, ancient and modern for use in the prayer-meeting

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1When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINITextPage Scan
2Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!NICAEATextPage Scan
3Christ, whose glory fills the skies HALLETextPage Scan
4Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear WARWICKTextPage Scan
5How did my heart rejoice to hearMEARTextPage Scan
6Awake, my soul, and with the sunLOWRYTextPage Scan
7Sweet is the work, my God, my King!CANONBURYTextPage Scan
8How pleasant, how divinely fairMIGDOLTextPage Scan
9New every morning is the loveTextPage Scan
10Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we loveTextPage Scan
11Safely thro' another weekSABBATHTextPage Scan
12Welcome, sweet day of restLISBONTextPage Scan
13O day of rest and gladnessMENDEBRASTextPage Scan
14This is the day the Lord hath madeMARLOWTextPage Scan
15Before Jehovah's awful throneOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
16All people that on earth do dwellOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
17Praise God, from whom all blessings flowOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
18To God the Father, God the SonOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
19From all that dwell below the skiesOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
20Praise, Lord, for thee in Zion waitsSESSIONSTextPage Scan
21I'll praise my Maker with my breathNEWCOURTTextPage Scan
22Blessing, and honor, and glory, and powerLEILATextPage Scan
23Come, sound his praise abroadSILVER STREETTextPage Scan
24Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measuresBONARTextPage Scan
25Father, in high heaven dwellingBONARTextPage Scan
26Upward where the stars are burningBONARTextPage Scan
27Come, we who love the LordGLORYTextPage Scan
28Sing we the song of those who standOAKSVILLETextPage Scan
29How charming is the placeST. THOMASTextPage Scan
30My God! permit my tongue VIGILTextPage Scan
31I love to steal awhile awayWOODSTOCKTextPage Scan
32There is an eye that never sleepsSOUTHPORTTextPage Scan
33Wherever two or three may meetSOUTHPORTTextPage Scan
34Come, thou Desire of all thy saints!HYMNTextPage Scan
35Lord, when we bend before thy [the] throne
36Prayer is the breath of God in manFARRANTTextPage Scan
37Far from the world, O Lord, I fleeFARRANTTextPage Scan
38Prayer is the soul's sincere desire
39My God, is any hour so sweetRISEHOLMETextPage Scan
40Three in One, and One in ThreeGREYTextPage Scan
41Lord of mercy and of mightGREYTextPage Scan
42To thy pastures fair and largeDIJONTextPage Scan
43Stealing from the world awayDIJONTextPage Scan
44Sweet the time, exceeding sweet!INNOCENTSTextPage Scan
45Lord, we come before thee nowHENDONTextPage Scan
46They who seek the throne of graceTextPage Scan
47Come, my soul, thy suit prepareHENDONTextPage Scan
48From every stormy wind that blowsRETREATTextPage Scan
49Where high the heavenly temple stands OBERLINTextPage Scan
50Our heavenly Father callsSHIRLANDTextPage Scan
51Behold the throne of grace!TextPage Scan
52Jesus, who knows full wellLANGTONTextPage Scan
53While we lowly bow before theeALVANTextPage Scan
54Saviour, send a blessing to usTextPage Scan
55God Almighty and All-seeing!ALVANTextPage Scan
56Glory be to God the FatherTextPage Scan
57In thy name, O Lord! assemblingRAPHAELTextPage Scan
58Come, thou soul-transforming Spirit TextPage Scan
59God is in his holy templeRAPHAELTextPage Scan
60Welcome, days of solemn meetingTextPage Scan
61Lord! I cannot let thee go HORTONTextPage Scan
62Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!SWEET HOURTextPage Scan
63Holy, holy, holy Lord DIXTextPage Scan
64O give thanks to Him who made TextPage Scan
65As with gladness men of oldDIXTextPage Scan
66Sun of my soul! thou Saviour dearHURSLEYTextPage Scan
67Again, as evening's shadow fallsTextPage Scan
68Glory to thee, my God, this night EVENING HYMNTextPage Scan
69My God, how endless is thy love!GRATITUDETextPage Scan
70The peace which God alone revealsTextPage Scan
71Thus far the Lord has lead me onHEBRONTextPage Scan
72Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord!TextPage Scan
73How gentle God's commands!DENNISTextPage Scan
74Still, still with thee, my GodTextPage Scan
75The day, O Lord, is spentNEALETextPage Scan
76Once more, before we partSCHUMANNTextPage Scan
77The swift declining dayTextPage Scan
78The day is past and goneEVENINGTextPage Scan
79Abide with me: fast falls the eventideEVENTIDETextPage Scan
80Swift to its close ebbs out life's little dayTextPage Scan
81O Lord, who by thy presence hast made lightTextPage Scan
82Saviour, again to thy dear name we raiseELLERTONTextPage Scan
83Father! in thy mysterious presence kneelingHENLEYTextPage Scan
84Softly now the light of daySEYMOURTextPage Scan
85For the mercies of the dayTextPage Scan
86Now may he who from the deadBEMINSTERTextPage Scan
87Praise the God of our salvationTextPage Scan
88Day is dying in the WestEVENING PRAISETextPage Scan
89For a season called to partHOLLEYTextPage Scan
90Thou, from whom we never partTextPage Scan
91Saviour, breathe an evening blessingVESPER HYMNTextPage Scan
92Gently, Lord, oh, gently lead usTextPage Scan
93May the grace of Christ our SaviourSTOCKWELLTextPage Scan
94Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingTextPage Scan
95Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingGREENVILLETextPage Scan
96God of our salvation! hear usTextPage Scan
97Break thou the bread of lifeBREAD OF LIFETextPage Scan
98Hear my prayer, O heavenly FatherWRAYSBURYTextPage Scan
99Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing TextPage Scan
100Lord! in love and mercy save usTextPage Scan

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