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The Oxford Hymn Book

Published: 1925
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1Awake, my soul, and with the sun
2At thy feet, O Christ, we lay
3Christ, whose glory fills the skies
4Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go
5God of the morning, at whose voice
6New every morning is the love
7Now that the daylight fills the sky
8Ye that have spent the silent night
9Up to the throne on high
10Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
11All praise to him who dwells in bliss
12Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
13And now the wants are told, that brought
14As now the sun’s declining rays
15At even, ere the sun was set
16Behold the sun, that seemed but now
17Darkening night the land doth cover
18Glory to thee, in light arrayed
19God, that madest earth and heaven
20Light of gladness, beam divine
21Lord, now the time returns
22Now the day is over
23O strength and stay upholding all creation
24Our day of praise is done
25Savior, again to thy dear name we raise
26Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear
27Sweet Savior, bless us ere we go
28The day is past and over
29The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
30The day, O Lord, is spent
31The night is come like to the day
32The radiant morn hath passed away
33The sun is sinking fast
34Through the day thy love has spared us
35Behold, we come, dear Lord, to thee
36My Lord, my Love, was crucified
37On this day, the first of days
38Sweet is the work, my God, my King
39This day the first of days was made
40For thy mercy and thy grace
41Come, thou long-expected Jesus
42Day of wrath! O day of mourning!
43Great God, what do I see and hear
44Hail to the Lord’s Anointed
45Hark, a thrilling voice is sounding
46Hark the glad sound! the Savior comes
47Lo, from the desert homes
48Lo, he comes with clouds descending
49O quickly come, dread Judge of all
50On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry
51That day of wrath, that dreadful day
52When came in flesh the incarnate Word
53A virgin unspotted, the prophet foretold
54All my heart this night rejoices
55Angels, from the realms of glory
56Christians, awake! salute the happy morn
57From virgin’s womb this Christmas Day did spring
58God from on high hath heard
59Good Christian men, rejoice and sing
60Hark, how all the welkin rings
61Hark, the herald angels sing
62High let us swell our tuneful notes
63I sing the birth was born tonight
64In dulci jubilo
65In the bleak midwinter
66Like silver lamps in a distant shrine
67Love came down at Christmas
68Of the Father’s love begotten
69O come, all ye faithful
70See amid the winter’s snow
71The first Nowell the angel did say
72The race that long in darkness pined
73When Christ was born of Mary free
74When Jordan hushed his waters still
75While shepherds watched their flocks by night
76As with gladness men of old
77Bethlehem, of noblest cities
78Brightest and best of the sons of the morning
79In stature grows the heavenly Child
80Forty days and forty nights
81Lord, in this thy mercy’s day
82O Lord, turn not thy face from me
83Savior, when in dust to thee
84The solemn season calls us now
85Abroad the regal banners fly
86Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended
87All glory, laud, and honor
88All ye who seek a certain cure
89At the Cross her station keeping
90By Jesus’ grave on either hand
91Go to dark Gethsemane
92Lord Jesus, when we stand afar
93My God, my God, why dost thou me forsake
94O Prince of Peace, who man wast born
95O sacred head, surrounded
96O come and mourn with me awhile
97Ride on, ride on in majesty
98See the destined day arise
99There is a green hill far away
100We sing the praise of him who died

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