Lyra Germanica: hymns for the Sundays and chief festivals of the Christian year

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Translator: Catherine Winkworth
Publisher: Thomas N. Stanford, New York, 1856
Language: English
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1O watchman, will the night of sinPage Scan
4Awake, thou careless world, awakePage Scan
7How shall I meet thee, How my heartPage Scan
10Lift up your heads, ye mighty gatesPage Scan
12From heaven above to earth I comePage Scan
15O thou essential WordPage Scan
17Fear not, O little flock, the foePage Scan
19Dear soul, couldst thou become a childPage Scan
21If thou, true life, wilt in me livePage Scan
24Eternity, Eternity, How long art thou, eternity, and yetPage Scan
28Thee, O Immanuel, we praisePage Scan
30All ye Gentile lands awakePage Scan
32Great High Priest, who deigndst to bePage Scan
33God liveth ever, Wherefore, soul, despair thouPage Scan
36Thy word, O Lord, like gentle dews, falls softPage Scan
38My God, lo, here before thy facePage Scan
41Awake, thou Spirit, who of oldPage Scan
43Pure essence spotless fount of lightPage Scan
46Strive, when thou art called of GodPage Scan
48Nothing fair on earth I seePage Scan
50Many a gift did Christ impartPage Scan
53My Savior, what thou didst of oldPage Scan
55Not in anger smite us, LordPage Scan
57Am I a stranger here, on earth alonePage Scan
59I will not let thee go, Thou help in time of needPage Scan
61Awake, O man, and from thee shakePage Scan
63Here, O God, I cast me at thy feetPage Scan
65Out of the deep [depths] I cry to theePage Scan
67Hosanna to the Son of David, RaisePage Scan
70Thou weepest o'er JerusalemPage Scan
72Lord, thy death and passion givePage Scan
74When sorrow and remorse prey at my heartPage Scan
77Alas, dear Lord, what evil hast Thou donePage Scan
80Ah wounded Head! Must ThouPage Scan
83Thou holiest Love, whom most I lovePage Scan
85Rest of the weary, thou thyself art restingPage Scan
87In the bonds of death he layPage Scan
89O glorious Head, thou livest nowPage Scan
91Welcome, thou Victor in the strifePage Scan
93Jesus, my Redeemer livesPage Scan
96What had I been if Thou wert not?Page Scan
98Loving Shepherd, kind and truePage Scan
100Cometh sunshine after rainPage Scan
103O Holy Ghost thou fire divinePage Scan
105Christ, Thou the champion of the band who ownPage Scan
106Lord, on earth I dwell in painPage Scan
108Heavenward, doth our journey tendPage Scan
110Come deck our feast todayPage Scan
113Come to thy temple here on earthPage Scan
117Come Holy Spirit, God and Lord Be all Thy graces now outpouredPage Scan
119Most high and holy trinityPage Scan
121On wings of faith, ye thoughts, fly hencePage Scan
124Heart and heart together boundPage Scan
126What within me and withoutPage Scan
129Wouldst thou inherit life with Christ on highPage Scan
130If God be on my sidePage Scan
134Well for him who all things losingPage Scan
136Go forth, my heart, and seek delightPage Scan
140O God, O Spirit, Light of all that livePage Scan
142Why haltest thus, deluded heartPage Scan
145O God, I long thy light to seePage Scan
147O Friend of souls, how well is mePage Scan
149Who seeks in weakness an excusePage Scan
152Leave God to order all thy waysPage Scan
154O cross, we hail thy bitter reignPage Scan
156Be thou content, be still beforePage Scan
159Leave all to GodPage Scan
161Come brethren [brothers] let us goPage Scan
165Though all to thee were faithlessPage Scan
167O well for him who all things bravesPage Scan
170O would I had a thousand voicesPage Scan
173God is our stronghold, firm and surePage Scan
175How blest to all thy followers, LordPage Scan
180Let who will in thee rejoicePage Scan
183One thing is needful, let me deemPage Scan
186Redeemer of the nations, comePage Scan
188Follow me, in me ye livePage Scan
191Long in the spirit world my soul had soughtPage Scan
193Light of the gentile world Thy people's joy and lovePage Scan
195Yes, there remaineth yet [still] a restPage Scan
198Yea, my spirit fain would sinkPage Scan
200Shall I not sing praise to himPage Scan
205Praise and thanks to thee be sungPage Scan
207Who are those before God's thronePage Scan
213[O] God, who [that] madest [made the] earth and heaven [sky]Page Scan
214The golden sunbeams with their joyous gleamsPage Scan
216Come, my soul, awake, ôtis morningPage Scan
219Dayspring of EternityPage Scan
220Once more from rest I rise againPage Scan
225The happy sunshine all now is gonePage Scan
226Now rest the woods againPage Scan
228The day expires; My soul desiresPage Scan
229The moon hath risen on highPage Scan
235In the midst of life, beholdPage Scan
236God, whom I as love have knownPage Scan
239aWhen the last agony draws nighPage Scan
239bLord Jesus Christ, true man and GodPage Scan
241Go and dig my grave todayPage Scan
243Then I have conquered, then at lastPage Scan
245My God, to Thee I now commendPage Scan

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