The Presbyterian Book of Praise: approved and commended by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, with Tunes

Publisher: University Press/ Henry Frowde, Oxford / London, 1897
Editor: General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in Canada
Language: English
Notes: Psalms are preceded by "P" before the number
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294aMy God and Father, while I strayRESIGNATIONPage Scan
294bMy God and Father, while I strayLANDSKRONPage Scan
294cMy God and Father, while I strayMETRICAL CHANTPage Scan
295aO Holy Saviour, Friend unseenHAMBURGPage Scan
295bO Holy Saviour, Friend unseenTRUSTPage Scan
296Whate'er my God ordains is rightBADENPage Scan
297He leadeth me! O blessed thought!HE LEADETH MEPage Scan
298aI do not ask, O Lord, that life may beSUBMISSION (No. 1)Page Scan
298bI do not ask, O Lord, that life may beSUBMISSION (No. 2)Page Scan
299Be still, my soul; the Lord is on thy sideST. HELENPage Scan
300Since thy Father's arm sustains theeHARVEYPage Scan
301O God of Bethel! by whose handSALZBURGPage Scan
302Give me the wings of faith to riseSAWLEYPage Scan
303Behold what witnesses unseenST. ANDREWPage Scan
304Brightly gleams our bannerST. THERESAPage Scan
305aOne sweetly solemn thoughtCHANTPage Scan
305bOne sweetly solemn thoughtCHANTPage Scan
306Jesus, Shepherd of the sheepST. AMBROSEPage Scan
307O happy band of pilgrimsMORLAIXPage Scan
308Jesus, still lead onZINZENDORFPage Scan
309aThe God of Abraham praiseLEONIPage Scan
309bThe God of Abraham praiseCOVENANTPage Scan
310Now the sowing and the weepingBATTYPage Scan
311All unseen the Master walkethBATTYPage Scan
312My days are gliding swiftly bySHINING SHOREPage Scan
313Jesus, I am resting, restingJESUS, I AM RESTINGPage Scan
314Call Jehovah thy SalvationBORLANPage Scan
315Rise, my soul, thy God directs theeBORLANPage Scan
316aLead us, heavenly Father, lead usMANNHEIMPage Scan
316bLead us, heavenly Father, lead usFENITON COURTPage Scan
317aGuide me, O Thou great Jehovah!PILGRIMPage Scan
317bGuide me, O Thou great Jehovah!ROUSSEAUPage Scan
318aLead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan
318bLead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloomLUX BEATAPage Scan
318cLead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloomSANDONPage Scan
319aHark! hark, my soul! angelic songs are swellingPILGRIMSPage Scan
319bHark! hark, my soul! angelic songs are swellingPILGRIMSPage Scan
320All the way my Saviour leads meALL THE WAYPage Scan
321A few more years shall rollLEOMINSTERPage Scan
322It is not death to dieSONNINGPage Scan
323O where shall rest be foundALDERSGATEPage Scan
324Thou Judge of quick and deadSOUTHWELLPage Scan
325Take comfort, Christians, when your friendsSTROUDWATERPage Scan
326Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleepRETREATPage Scan
327Sleep thy last sleepREQUIEMPage Scan
328Now the laborer's task is o'erREQUIESCATPage Scan
329Friend after friend departsBATHPage Scan
330Tender Shepherd, Thou hast stilledMEINHOLDPage Scan
331Days and moments quickly flyingST. SYLVESTERPage Scan
332Great God, what do I see and hear!LUTHER'S HYMNPage Scan
333When on my day of life the night is fallingFLEMMINGPage Scan
334Forever with the Lord!MONTGOMERYPage Scan
335There is no night in heavenWOOLWICHPage Scan
336There is a land of pure delightEMMANUELPage Scan
337aJerusalem, my happy homeBELMONTPage Scan
337bJerusalem, my happy homeJERUSALEMPage Scan
338Blessed be the everlasting GodST. STEPHENPage Scan
339aO Paradise! O Paradise!PARADISEPage Scan
339bO Paradise! O Paradise!PARADISEPage Scan
339cO Paradise! O Paradise!PARADISEPage Scan
340How bright these glorious spirits shine!ST. ASAPHPage Scan
341Ten thousand times ten thousandST. CATHARINEPage Scan
342I'm but a stranger herePILGRIM SONGPage Scan
343There is a blessed homeTHE BLESSED HOMEPage Scan
344When this passing world is donePETRAPage Scan
345Safely, safely gathered inBENEVENTOPage Scan
346The sands of time are sinkingRUTHERFORDPage Scan
347Oh, fair the gleams of gloryLANCASHIREPage Scan
348The world is very evilPEARSALLPage Scan
349Brief life is here our portionST. ALPHEGEPage Scan
350For thee, O dear, dear countryDAY OF RESTPage Scan
351Jerusalem, the goldenEWINGPage Scan
352Jerusalem on highLAUS DEOPage Scan
353Hark! a voice! it cries from heavenGOUNODPage Scan
354Who are these like stars appearingALL SAINTSPage Scan
355We speak of the realms of the blestREALMS OF THE BLESTPage Scan
356aHark! the sound of holy voices, chanting at the crystal seaST. ASAPHPage Scan
356bHark! the sound of holy voices, chanting at the crystal seaSANCTUARYPage Scan
357Stand up and bless the LordBARBERPage Scan
358Jesus, stand among usBEMERTONPage Scan
359Awake, ye saints, awakeST. JOHNPage Scan
360God reveals His presenceARNSBERGPage Scan
361aAwake, my soul, and with the sunLAUDSPage Scan
361bAwake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNPage Scan
362aO timely happy, timely wiseMELCOMBEPage Scan
362bO timely happy, timely wiseJAM LUCISPage Scan
363Christ, whose glory fills the skiesRATISBONPage Scan
364Again the morn of gladnessCLEETHORPESPage Scan
365Our day of praise is doneDAY OF PRAISEPage Scan
366At even, ere the sun was setANGELUSPage Scan
367All praise to Thee, my God this nightCANONPage Scan
368aSun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear!ABENDSPage Scan
368bSun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear!HURSLEYPage Scan
369aThe sun is sinking fastST. COLUMBAPage Scan
369bThe sun is sinking fastVESPERSPage Scan
370Softly now the light of dayWEBERPage Scan
371The radiant morn hath passed awayWIMBLEDONPage Scan
372The sun declines; o'er land and seaVINCENTPage Scan
373aGod, that madest earth and heavenNUTFIELDPage Scan
373bGod, that madest earth and heavenTEMPLEPage Scan

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