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New English Praise: a supplement to the New English Hymnal

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
600Hark what a sound, and too divine for hearingHIGHWOODText
601A maiden most gentle and tender we singLOURDES
602Born in the nightMARY'S CHILD
603Every star shall sing a carolEVERY STAR
604See amid the winter's snowHUMILITY (OXFORD)Text
605Alleluya, song of sweetnessCOLLAUDEMUSText
606Enter our hearts, O holy LordDAS LEIDEN DES HERRN
607With joy and by the Spirit ledMORNING HYMN
608aMorning glory, starlit skyOLD KILN
608bMorning glory, starlit skyBOWENS WOOD
609aWhen, rising from the bed of deathTHIRD MODE MELODYText
609bWhen, rising from the bed of deathTHIRD MODE MELODYText
610Finished the strife of battle nowSURREXITText
611Our Lord, his Passion endedNAPHILLText
612You spoke to us long, long agoSKYE BOAT SONG
613Christ triumphant, ever reigningGUITING POWER
614Hail, Redeemer, King divine!KING DIVINE
615Christ who has sent us Celtic Saints to lead usST WILFRID OF RIPON
616The Saints who toiled from place to placeWORCESTER
617Another year completedTEWKESBURY ABBEYText
618This is the day the Lord has madeDUNEDIN
619Lord, for the years your love has kept and guidedLORD OF THE YEARS
620I vow to thee, my country, all earthy things aboveTHAXTEDText
621For the fruits of his creationEAST ACKLAM
622O Lord, who gave the dawn its glowTYDI A RODDAIST
623I come with joy to meet my LordST BOTOLPH (Slater)
624In the hour of my distressLITANY TO THE HOLY SPIRITText
625Be still, my soul: the Lord is on thy sideFINLANDIAText
626Amazing grace! — how sweet the soundAMAZING GRACEText
627And can it be that I should gainSAGINAText
628And didst thou travel light, dear LordLADYWELL
629Be still, for the presence of the LordBE STILL
630Christ be the Lord of all our daysCLOTH FAIR
631Christ the prisoner, Christ the VictimRUSTINGTON
632Come labour on!ORA LABORAText
633Come, my Way, my Truth, my LifeTHE CALLText
634Fairest Lord JesusSCHÖNSTER HERR JESU
635Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deepST AELREDText
636Great is thy faithfulness, O God my FatherFAITHFULNESSText
637Hark, my soul! It is the LordST BEESText
638In heavenly love abidingPENLANText
639aJoin all the glorious namesCROFT'S 136THText
639bJoin all the glorious namesEASTVIEWText
640Let every Christian prayLUDGATE
641Come, let us follow where our Captain trodCRUCIFER
642Men write their verses, night of silence brokenUT QUEANT LAXIS
643Now, from the heav'ns descendingSOMERSTOWN
644O God beyond all praisingTHAXTED
645The breath of God, which ev'ry heartAUCTORITATE SAECULI
646When in our music, God is glorifiedENGELBERG
647Will you come and follow meKELVINGROVE
648Earth's fragile beauties we possessKINGSFOLD
649aHow shall they hear the word of GodPEMBROKE
649bHow shall they hear the word of GodPEMBROKE
650'The kingdom is upon you!'WOLVERCOTE
651O Wisdom, coming forth from the mouth of the Most High[O Wisdom, coming forth from the mouth of the Most High]
652My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord[My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord]Text
653Thou shalt purge me, O Lord, with hyssop[Thou shalt purge me, O Lord, with hyssop]Text
654I beheld water, which proceeded out of the temple[I beheld water, which proceeded out of the temple]Text
655All you who thirst, come to the waters[All you who thirst, come to the waters]
656Bless the Lord you waters above the heavens[Bless the Lord you waters above the heavens]
657Now Lord you let your servant go in peace[Now Lord you let your servant go in peace]
658Have mercy upon me O God[Have mercy upon me O God]Text
659Have mercy on me O God in your great goodness[The sacrifice of God is a broken spirit]
660O my people, O my church[O my people, O my church]
661Sing, choirs of heaven! Let saints and angels sing!SCAMPSTON
662aAlleluya[Alleluya]Text
662bI am the first and the last says the Lord and the living one[Alleluya, Alleluya, Alleluya]
663Go in the peace of Christ[Alleluya, Alleluya]Text
664Laud, O Sion, thy salvationLAUDA SIONText
665Laud, O Sion, thy salvationALLES IST AN GOTTES SEGEN
666aAlleluya, Alleluya[Alleluya, Alleluya]Text
666bPraise to you, O Christ[Praise to you, O Christ]Text
667Show us your mercy O Lord[Show us your mercy, O Lord]
668How great is your name, O Lord our God[How great is your name, O Lord our God]
669The just will live in the presence of the Lord[The just will live in the presence of the Lord]
670The Lord is my Shepherd, nothing shall I want[The Lord is my Shepherd, nothing shall I want]
671The Lord will bless his people with peace[The Lord will bless his people with peace]
672I will exalt you, O Lord, because you have raised me up[I will exalt you, O Lord, because you have raised me up]
673My trust is in you, O Lord: you are my God[My trust is in you, O Lord: you are my God]
674On your right stands the Queen in garments of gold[On your right stands the Queen in garments of gold]
675The morning and the evening sing your praise[The morning and the evening sing your praise]
676Some seed fell in rich soil [Some seed fell in rich soil]
677All nations shall fall before you[All nations shall fall before you]
678God of hosts, bring us back[God of hosts, bring us back]
679His angels keep you in all your ways[His angels keep you in all your ways]
680The Lord is king, with majesty enrobed[The Lord is king, with majesty enrobed]
681Exalt the Lord our God, for he is holy[Exalt the Lord our God, for he is holy]
682Cry out with joy to the Lord, all the earth[God made us; we belong to him]
683The praise of the Lord endures forever[The praise of the Lord endures for ever]
684My help comes from the Lord[My help comes from the Lord]
685What marvels the Lord worked for us[What marvels the Lord worked for us]
686O give thanks to the Lord for he is good[O give thanks to the Lord for he is good]
687Alleluya! Alleluya! We will praise the name of the Lord[Alelluya! Alleluya! We will praise the name of the Lord]
688Praise God in his holy place[Alleluya! Alleluya! Alleluya]
689I will sing, I will sing to the Lord[I will sing, I will sing to the Lord]
690With joy you will draw water[With joy you will draw water]
691The dawn from on high shall break upon us[The dawn from on high shall break upon us]
692The Almighty has done great things for me[The Almighty has done great things for me]
693Salvation and glory and power belong to our God[The Lord, our God, almighty is king]

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