The Oxford Hymn Book

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
240aLight's abode, celestial Salem[Light's abode, celestial Salem]Page Scan
240bLight's abode, celestial SalemREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
241Lo, what a glorious sight appearsCASTLEFORDPage Scan
242Lord, it belongs not to my careRAGLETH HILLPage Scan
243Lord Jesus, think on meCARLISLEPage Scan
244aLord of mercy and of mightSTREATLEYPage Scan
244bLord of mercy and of mightHUDDERSFIELDPage Scan
245aLord of the worlds aboveIVYBRIDGEPage Scan
245bLord of the worlds aboveDARWALL'S 148THPage Scan
246aLord, who shall dwell above with theeEATINGTONPage Scan
246bLord, who shall dwell above with theeBEDFORDPage Scan
247Love of love, and Light of lightJESUS MEINE ZUVERSICHTPage Scan
248Love of the Father, Love of God the SonSONG 22Page Scan
249aMuch in sorrow, oft in woeULMPage Scan
249bMuch in sorrow, oft in woeINNOCENTSPage Scan
250My God, how wonderful thou artWESTMINSTERPage Scan
251My God, my King, thy various praiseDEVONSHIREPage Scan
252My soul, praise the Lord!RAVENSCROFT'S 104THPage Scan
253My soul, repeat his praiseCAMBERWELLPage Scan
254My soul, there is a countryCHRISTUS, DER IST MEIN LEBENPage Scan
255My soul with patience waitsGRATZPage Scan
256Now let our cheerful eyes surveyWESTMINSTER NEWPage Scan
257Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKETPage Scan
258O God, my heart is fixed, 'tis bentST. BARTHOLOMEWPage Scan
259O God, my strength and fortitudeCHICHESTERPage Scan
260aO God of Bethel, by whose handTARAPage Scan
260bO God of Bethel, by whose handHOPE BOWDLERPage Scan
261aO God, of good the unfathomed seaBRIDGEWATERPage Scan
261bO God, of good the unfathomed seaBOLTONPage Scan
262O God of hosts, the mighty LordST. STEPHENPage Scan
263O King of kings, before whose throneLEICESTERPage Scan
264aO splendour of God's glory bright[O splendour of God's glory bright]Page Scan
264bO splendour of God's glory brightST. OLAVEPage Scan
265aO thou, from whom all goodness flowsCOVENTRYPage Scan
265bO thou, from whom all goodness flowsMEMENTO MEI, DOMINEPage Scan
266Oh for a closer walk with GodCAITHNESSPage Scan
267aOh for a heart to praise my GodCHESHIREPage Scan
267bOh for a heart to praise my GodSTOCKTONPage Scan
268Oh for a thousand tongues to singBUDEPage Scan
269Oh help us, Lord; each hour of needBEDFORDPage Scan
270aOh love, how deep, how broad, how highMACH'S MIT MIR, GOTT, NACH DEINER GÜT'Page Scan
270bOh love, how deep, how broad, how highO AMOR QUAM EXSTATICUSPage Scan
271aOh what their joy and their glory must beO QUANTA QUALIAPage Scan
271bOh what their joy and their glory must beBAMPTONPage Scan
272Oh worship the King all-glorious aboveOLD 104THPage Scan
273Our God, our help in ages pastST. ANNEPage Scan
274Pleasant are thy courts aboveJESU, DER DU SELBSTEN WOHLPage Scan
275Pour down thy Spirit, gracious LordTALLIS' ORDINALPage Scan
276aPraise, my soul, the King of heavenST. THOMASPage Scan
276bPraise, my soul, the King of heavenPRAISE MY SOULPage Scan
277Praise the Lord, his glories showJEDBURGHPage Scan
278Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore himAUSTRIAPage Scan
279aPraise to the Holiest in the heightRICHMONDPage Scan
279bPraise to the Holiest in the heightGERONTIUSPage Scan
279cPraise to the Holiest in the heightHEBDOMADALPage Scan
280Prepared the trumpet's call to greetBANGORPage Scan
281aPut thou thy trust in GodBOWDENPage Scan
281bPut thou thy trust in GodLEIPZIGPage Scan
282Quiet, Lord, my froward heartCASSELPage Scan
283aRejoice, the Lord is KingGOPSALPage Scan
283bRejoice, the Lord is KingHAREWOODPage Scan
284Rise up, O my soul, with thy desires to heavenGROVESENDPage Scan
285aRock of ages, cleft for meST. AUSTINPage Scan
285bRock of ages, cleft for meREDHEAD NO. 76Page Scan
286Shepherd divine, our wants relieveST. ETHELDREDAPage Scan
287Shine on our souls, eternal GodGLOUCESTERPage Scan
288Soldiers of Christ, ariseST. ETHELWALDPage Scan
289Soldiers, who are Christ's belowORIENTIS PARTIBUSPage Scan
290aSometimes a light surprisesSCHWYZPage Scan
290bSometimes a light surprisesST. CATHARINEPage Scan
291Stand up, and bless the LordBETHLEHEMPage Scan
292The Church's one foundationAURELIAPage Scan
293The God of Abraham praiseLEONIPage Scan
294aThe God of love my Shepherd isABBEYPage Scan
294bThe God of love my Shepherd isYATTENDON PSALM 23Page Scan
295aThe head that once was crowned with thornsYATTENDON NO. 15Page Scan
295bThe head that once was crowned with thornsST. MAGNUSPage Scan
296The heaven of heavens cannot containHERSCHELPage Scan
297The Lord my pasture shall prepareSURREY (CAREY'S)Page Scan
298The Lord will happiness divineCHRIST'S HOSPITALPage Scan
299aThe spacious firmament on highKENSINGTONPage Scan
299bThe spacious firmament on highALMONDSBURY NEWPage Scan
300The world can neither give nor takeCLIFTONPage Scan
301aThe world is very evilPEARSALLPage Scan
301bBrief life is here our portionJABESPage Scan
301cBrief life is here our portionHIC BREVE VIVITURPage Scan
301dBrief life is here our portionST. ALPHEGEPage Scan
301eFor thee, O dear dear countryMEIRIONYDPage Scan
301fJerusalem the goldenEWINGPage Scan
302aThere is a blessèd homeANNUE CHRISTEPage Scan
302bThere is a blessèd homeHAWARDENPage Scan
303aThere is a book, who runs may readST. FLAVIANPage Scan
303bThere is a book, who runs may readLINCOLNPage Scan
304There is a land of pure delightSALISBURYPage Scan
305There is a stream, which issues forthRICHMONDPage Scan
306Thou art my Life; if thou but turn awayWOODHOUSEPage Scan
307Thou art the Way: to thee aloneST. JAMESPage Scan
308Thou hidden love of God, whose heightBRECKNOCKPage Scan
309Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast knownTHORNPage Scan
310Thou whom chiefest I desireDEMMINPage Scan

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