The Lutheran Hymnal

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Committee Chair: W. Gustave Polack
Publisher: Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, MO, 1941
Denomination: Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS)
Language: English
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492Lord of the living harvest AURELIATextPage Scan
493Thou who the night in prayer didst spendST. PETERSBURGTextPage Scan
494Awake, Thou Spirit, who didst fireALL EHR' UND LOBTextPage Scan
495From Greenland's icy mountainsMISSIONARY HYMNTextPage Scan
496Hark! the voice of Jesus crying GALILEANTextPage Scan
497The morning light is breakingWEBBTextPage Scan
498Rise, Thou Light of Gentile nationsO DU LIEBE
499Look from Thy sphere of endless dayST. CRISPINText
500May God bestow on us His graceES WOLL' UNS GOTT GENÄDIG SEINTextPage Scan
501Soldiers of the cross, ariseGOTT SIE DANKTextPage Scan
502Saints of God, the dawn is bright'ningREGENT SQUARETextPage Scan
503Rise, crowned with light, imperial Salem, rise!OLD 124THTextPage Scan
504O Spirit of the living GodMELCOMBETextPage Scan
505O'er the gloomy hills of darknessGUIDE METextPage Scan
506Send Thou, O Lord, to ev'ry placeISLEWORTHTextPage Scan
507Spread, oh, spread, thou mighty WordHÖCHSTER PRIESTERTextPage Scan
508Thou whose almighty wordITALIAN HYMNTextPage Scan
509There still is room! His house is not yet filledES IST GENUG
510Savior, sprinkle many nationsO DU LIEBE
511Jesus shall reign where'er the sunDUKE STREETTextPage Scan
512O Christ, our true and only LightO JESU CHRIST, MEIN'STextPage Scan
513Art thou weary, art thou troubledSTEPHANOSTextPage Scan
514God moves in a mysterious wayDUNDEETextPage Scan
515O Thou from whom all goodness flowsST. BERNARDTextPage Scan
516In the hour of trialST. MARY MAGDALENETextPage Scan
517The will of God is always bestWAS MEIN GOTT WILLTextPage Scan
518If thou but suffer God to guide theeWER NUR DEN LIEBEN GOTTTextPage Scan
519Beloved, "It is well!"CAMBRIDGETextPage Scan
520Commit whatever grieves theeHERZLICH TUT MICHTextPage Scan
521What God ordains is always goodWAS GOTT TUTTextPage Scan
522When in the hour of utmost needWENN WIR IN HÖCHSTEN NÖTENTextPage Scan
523Why should cross and trial grieve me?WARUM SOLLT' ICH MICH DENN GRÄMENTextPage Scan
524In Thee, Lord, have I put my trustIN DICH HAB' ICH GEHOFFETTextPage Scan
525As pants the hart for cooling streamsSPOHRTextPage Scan
526In God, my faithful GodAUF MEINEN LIEBEN GOTTTextPage Scan
527Lord, it belongs not to my careST. BERNARDTextPage Scan
528If God Himself be for meVALET WILL ICH DIR GEBENTextPage Scan
529I leave all things to God's directionWER NUR DEN LIEBEN GOTTTextPage Scan
530Thy ways, O Lord, with wise designST. LUKETextPage Scan
531Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishALMA REDEMPTORIS MATERTextPage Scan
532Thy way, not mine, O LordICH HALTE TREULICH STILLTextPage Scan
533Nearer, my God, to TheeBETHANYTextPage Scan
534God of my life, to Thee I callWENN WIR IN HÖCHSTEN NÖTENTextPage Scan
535Rejoice, my heart, be glad and singICH SINGE DIRTextPage Scan
536Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNTextPage Scan
537Ev'ry morning mercies newVOLLER WUNDERTextPage Scan
538Now the shades of night are goneVIENNATextPage Scan
539Come, Thou Bright and Morning StarMORGENGLANZ DER EWIGHEITTextPage Scan
540With the Lord begin thy taskFANG DEIN WERK
541O blessed Holy TrinityO HEILIGE DREIFALTIGKEITText
542The sun arises nowNU RINDER SOLEN OPTextPage Scan
543When, streaming from the eastern skiesALL EHR' UND LOBTextPage Scan
544While yet the morn is breakingGEDULD, DIE SOLL'N WIR HABENText
545The morning sun is brightly beamingO DASS ICH TAUSEND
546How lovely shines the morning star!WIE SCHÖN LEUCHTETTextPage Scan
547The radiant sun shines in the skiesDIE HELLE SONN' LEUCHT''TTextPage Scan
548My inmost heart now raisesAUS MEINES HERZENS GRUNDETextPage Scan
549God, who madest earth and heavenGOTT DES HIMMELSTextPage Scan
550O Splendor of God's glory brightO HEILIGE DREIFALTIGKEITTextPage Scan
551Sun of my soul, Thou Savior dearHURSLEYTextPage Scan
552Abide with me! Fast falls the eventideEVENTIDETextPage Scan
553Thro' the day Thy love hath spared usKOMM, O KOMM, DU GEISTTextPage Scan
554Now rest beneath night's shadowO WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSENTextPage Scan
555The day is past and overST. ANATOLIUSTextPage Scan
556O God be with us, for the night is fallingDIE NACHT IST KOMMENTextPage Scan
557At even, when the sun did setANGELUSTextPage Scan
558aAll praise to Thee, my God, this nightTALLIS' CANONTextPage Scan
558bAll praise to Thee, my God, this nightEVENING HYMNTextPage Scan
559O Christ, who art the Light and DayCHRISTE, DER DU BIST TAG UND LICHTTextPage Scan
560Gracious God, again is ended WERDE MUNTER
561Now that the day hath reached its closeNUN SICH DER TAG GEENDET HATText
562Round me falls the nightSEELENBRÄUTIGAMTextPage Scan
563The sun's last beam of light is goneWO GOTT ZUM HAUSTextPage Scan
564O Trinity, most blessed lightO HEILIGE DREIFALTIGKEITTextPage Scan
565aSavior, breathe an evening blessingRINGE RICHTTextPage Scan
565bSavior, breathe an evening blessingEVENING PRAYERTextPage Scan
566Christ, by heav'nly hosts adoredST. GEORGETextPage Scan
567O Lord, whose bounteous hand againALL EHR' UND LOBTextPage Scan
568We praise Thee, O God, our Redeemer, CreatorKREMSERTextPage Scan
569O Lord, I sing with lips and heartICH SINGE DIRTextPage Scan
570Praise, oh, praise, our God and KingMONKLANDTextPage Scan
571What our Father does is wellRATISBONTextPage Scan
572Praise to God, immortal praiseDIXTextPage Scan
573To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raiseHARVEST HYMNTextPage Scan
574Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGETextPage Scan
575Before the Lord we bowDARWALL'S 148THTextPage Scan
576Judge eternal, throned in splendorBIS WILLKOMMENTextPage Scan
577God bless our native land!AMERICATextPage Scan
578Lord, while for all mankind we prayST. FLAVIANTextPage Scan
579Almighty Lord, before Thy throneBURFORDTextPage Scan
580To Thee, our God, we flyCROFT'S 136THTextPage Scan
581All ye who on this earth do dwellNUN DANKET ALL'TextPage Scan
582God, Lord of Sabaoth, Thou who ordainestLIEBSTER IMMANUELTextPage Scan
583Great King of nations, hear our prayerOLD 137THTextPage Scan
584Swell the anthem, raise the songST, GEORGETextPage Scan
585I fall asleep in Jesus' woundsVATER UNSERTextPage Scan
586A pilgrim and a strangerHERZLICH TUT MICHTextPage Scan
587Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleepRESTTextPage Scan
588I would not live alway; I ask not to stayMALDWYNTextPage Scan
589Oh, how blest are ye whose toils are endedO WIE SELIGTextPage Scan

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