The Pilgrim Hymnal: with responsive readings and other aids to worship

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576While with ceaseless course the sunBENEVENTOPage Scan
577O thou who sealest up the pastDEVENTERPage Scan
578Brother man, awakeZEALPage Scan
579Ring out the old, ring in the newLAUDSPage Scan
580Great God, we sing that mighty handTRUROPage Scan
581For thy mercy and thy gracePOSENPage Scan
582Break, new born year, on glad eyes, breakMIRFIELDPage Scan
583Another year of setting sunsHOLY CROSSPage Scan
584The old year's long campaign is o'erCLARIONPage Scan
585Standing at the portal of the opening yearST. ALBANPage Scan
586Lo the earth is risenMONKLANDPage Scan
587The glory of the spring, how sweetSOHOPage Scan
588Praise be to God who bids the earth rejoiceSUMMERFORDPage Scan
589Summer suns are glowingRUTHPage Scan
590With happy voices singingBERTHOLDPage Scan
591There is a book who runs may readLAND OF RESTPage Scan
592Praise to God, immortal praiseDIXPage Scan
593The sweet June days are come againPage Scan
594Once more the liberal year laughs outBROOKFIELDPage Scan
595A gladsome song of praise we singBOLLESPage Scan
596To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raiseBOLLESPage Scan
597Now sing we a song for the harvestBEECHEN GROVEPage Scan
598We plough the fields and scatterDRESDENPage Scan
599Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S, WINDSORPage Scan
600Tis winter now; the fallen snowRACHELPage Scan
601Praise to God and thanks we bringPage Scan
602Hail, sacred day of earthly restWREFORDPage Scan
603This is the day of lightMORNINGTONPage Scan
604Safely through another weekSABBATHPage Scan
605aO day of rest and gladnessST. ANSELMPage Scan
605bO day of rest and gladnessMENDEBRASPage Scan
606Every morning mercies newKELSOPage Scan
607Light of light enlighten meHINCHMANPage Scan
608Now, when the dusky shades of night retreatingMATINSPage Scan
609O God, thy world is sweet with prayerCANONBURYPage Scan
610aCome, my soul, thou must be wakingSUNRISEPage Scan
610bCome, my soul, thou must be wakingHAYDNPage Scan
611Lord God of morning and of nightLONG MILFORDPage Scan
612New every morning is the loveMELCOMBEPage Scan
613Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNPage Scan
614O God, I thank thee for each sightABENDSPage Scan
615Sweetly the holy hymnGARRETTPage Scan
616Begin the day with God, He is thy sunCAMBRIDGEPage Scan
617Hail, holy Light, the world rejoicesST. CLEMENTPage Scan
618The day thou gavest, Lord is endedCHRUCH VIGILANTPage Scan
619Again, as evening's shadow fallsCOMMUNIONPage Scan
620At even ere the sun was setANGELUSPage Scan
621All praise to thee, my God, this nightTALLIS' CANONPage Scan
622aSun of my soul, thou Saviour dearHURSLEYPage Scan
622bSun of my soul, thou Saviour dearABENDSPage Scan
623O light of life, O Saviour dearKEBLEPage Scan
624Great God, who knowest each man's needPage Scan
625O thou true life of all that livePage Scan
626Abide with me, fast falls the eventideEVENTIDEPage Scan
627Now God be with us, for the night is closingINTEGER VITAEPage Scan
628The shadows of the evening hoursST. LEONARDPage Scan
629Day is dying in the westCHAUTAUQUAPage Scan
630Hail, tranquil hour of closing dayGOUDAPage Scan
631Now the wings of day are furledCYPRUSPage Scan
632The sun is sinking fastCONFIDENSPage Scan
633Upon the hills the wind is bleak and coldARTAVIAPage Scan
634Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighMERRIALPage Scan
635The day is ended, Ere I sink to sleepPage Scan
636And now the wants are told, that broughtBRECONPage Scan
637The twilight falls the night is nearABENDRUHEPage Scan
638As darker, darker, fall aroundSAWLEYPage Scan
639The day is gently sinking to a closeMACHTLIEDPage Scan
640The radiant morn hath passed awayRADIANT MORNPage Scan
641Hail, gladdening Light, of his pure glory pouredPage Scan
642Peacefully round us the shadows are falling GladCURFEWPage Scan
643Through the day thy love has spared usPage Scan
644Saviour, breathe an evening blessingEVENING PRAYERPage Scan
645Now on land and sea descendingST. SYLVESTERPage Scan
646My God, how endless is thy love!WARDPage Scan
647Father of love and powerKIRBY BEDONPage Scan
648Slowly, by thy hand unfurledFURNESSPage Scan
649God the Father, be thou nearREDHEADPage Scan
650Our day of praise is doneSCHUMANNPage Scan
651Still with thee, O my GodPage Scan
652The day, O Lord, is spentGARDEN CITYPage Scan
653Come, brothers, let us goFESTAL SONGPage Scan
654The day is past and overST. ANATOLIUS NEWPage Scan
655Part in peace, is day before us?Page Scan
656The day of prayer is endingST. ANATOLIUSPage Scan
657Father, give thy benedictionBENISONPage Scan
658Softly now the light of daySEYMOURPage Scan
659Not on this day O lord aloneFAITHPage Scan
660The Lord be with us as we bendHOLY TRINITYPage Scan
661When this song of praise shall ceaseALETTAPage Scan
662Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingST. RAPHAELPage Scan
663Now while we sing our closing psalmHESPERUSPage Scan
664Saviour, again to thy dear name we raiseBENEDICTIONPage Scan
665Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we goST. MATTHIASPage Scan
666The peace which God bestowsELVEYPage Scan
667May the grace of Christ our SaviourDORRNANCEPage Scan
668aO be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands[O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands]Page Scan
668bO be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands[O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands]Page Scan
668cO be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands[O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands]Page Scan
669aO come, let us sing unto the Lord[O come, let us sing unto the Lord]Page Scan
669bO come, let us sing unto the Lord[O come, let us sing unto the Lord]Page Scan

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