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The Riverdale Hymn Book

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1Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNPage Scan
2Christ, whose glory fills the skiesMORNINGPage Scan
3O splendor of God's glory brightWAREHAMPage Scan
4O God, before thy sun's bright beamsST. PETERPage Scan
5Come, my soul, thou must be wakingHAYDNPage Scan
6Wilt thou not visit meDAWNPage Scan
7O Lord of life, Thy quickening voiceHOLY TRINITYPage Scan
8aNow, when the dusky shades of night, retreatingCOMMENDATIOPage Scan
8bNow, when the dusky shades of night, retreatingLAUS MATUTINAPage Scan
9When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINIPage Scan
10New every morning is the loveMELCOMBEPage Scan
11My God, how endless is thy love!CANONBURYPage Scan
12The sun is sinking fastST. COLUMBAPage Scan
13O gladsome Light, O Grace of God the Father's faceASCALONPage Scan
14God of all grace, thy mercy sendOLDBRIDGEPage Scan
15All praise to thee, my God, this nightTALLIS' CANONPage Scan
16The day is past and overST. ANATOLIUSPage Scan
17God, that madest earth and heavenTEMPLEPage Scan
18The day, O Lord, is spentST. GEORGEPage Scan
19Now the day is overTWILIGHTPage Scan
20The shadows of the evening hoursST. LEANARD (Hiles)Page Scan
21Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dearHURSLEYPage Scan
22The radiant morn hath passed awayTHE RADIANT MORNPage Scan
23Now God be with us, for the night is closingNIGHTFALLPage Scan
24The day is gently sinking to a closeSUNDOWNPage Scan
25aAbide with me, fast falls the eventideEVENTIDEPage Scan
25bAbide with me, fast falls the eventideORISONSPage Scan
26Go down, great sun, into thy golden westPAX DEIPage Scan
27O day of rest and gladnessGREENLANDPage Scan
28Sweet is the work, my God, my KingARUNDELPage Scan
29The dawn of God's dear SabbathST. ANSELMPage Scan
30Pleasant are Thy courts aboveST. GEORGEPage Scan
31Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vowsGERMANYPage Scan
32Ye holy angels brightDARWALL'S 148thPage Scan
33Christ is our cornerstoneQUAM DILECTAPage Scan
34My Lord, my Love, was crucifiedSOLOMONPage Scan
35Lord of the hearts of menSCHUMANNPage Scan
36Break thou the bread of lifeBREAD OF LIFEPage Scan
37Jesus, where'er thy people meetNE DERELINQUAS MEPage Scan
38Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we goST. MATTHIASPage Scan
39The day thou gavest, Lord is endedST. CLEMENTPage Scan
40Again, as evening's shadow fallsKEBLEPage Scan
41And now the wants are told, that broughtGRÄFENBERGPage Scan
42Saviour again to thy dear name we raiseELLERSPage Scan
43May the grace of Christ our SaviourREPOSEPage Scan
44Now may he who from the deadDEUS PACISPage Scan
45Bright the vision that delightedREDHEAD No. 46Page Scan
46Holy, holy, holy, Lord God AlmightyNICAEAPage Scan
47Come, thou almighty KingMOSCOW (Italian Hymn)Page Scan
48O God, we praise thee and confessDUNDEEPage Scan
49All people that on earth do dwellTHE OLD 100thPage Scan
50Before Jehovah's awful throneOLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
51From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
52O worship the King all glorious aboveHANOVERPage Scan
53Lord God, by whom all change is wroughtWATFORDPage Scan
54Praise ye the Lord, immortal choirST. MATTHEWPage Scan
55Our God, our help in ages pastST. ANNEPage Scan
56Immortal, invisible, God only wiseST. DENIOPage Scan
57O God, my strength and fortitudeWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
58My God, how wonderful Thou artWESTMINSTERPage Scan
59The Lord is King! lift up thy voiceGERMANYPage Scan
60Lord of all being, throned afarWARRINGTONPage Scan
61A mighty fortress is our GodEIN' FESTE BURGPage Scan
62Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKETPage Scan
63The God of Abraham praiseLEONIPage Scan
64Let all the world in every corner singRIVERDALEPage Scan
65Let us with a gladsome mindMONKLANDPage Scan
66Sing to the Lord a joyful songCANTATE DOMINOPage Scan
67Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation!HAST DU DENN, JESUPage Scan
68Praise, my soul, the King of heavenBENEDIC ANIMAPage Scan
69My soul, repeat His praiseMORNINGTONPage Scan
70God of the earth, the sky, the seaBROMLEYPage Scan
71Come, we that love the LordCAMBRIDGEPage Scan
72O God, the Rock of agesMEIRIONYDDPage Scan
73How shall I sing that majestyTHE OLD 137thPage Scan
74When all thy mercies, O my GodHOLY INNOCENTSPage Scan
75Thou, Lord, art Love, and everywhereBELMONTPage Scan
76Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise theeHYFRYDOLPage Scan
77Thou Life within my life, than self more nearSONG 22Page Scan
78Lord, thou hast search'd, and seen me thro'ROCHESTERPage Scan
79O love of God, how strong and trueBROOKFIELDPage Scan
80Thee will I love, my Strength, my TowerSURREYPage Scan
81O come, O come, EmmanuelVENI EMMANUELPage Scan
82Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesDEDHAMPage Scan
83Silent night, holy nightHOLY NIGHTPage Scan
84O come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELESPage Scan
85While shepherds watced their flocks by nightBETHLEHEMPage Scan
86All my heart this night rejoicesLÜNEBURGPage Scan
87Hark, the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNPage Scan
88Angels from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
89It came upon the midnight clearNOELPage Scan
90As with gladness men of oldDIXPage Scan
91Lo a fair rose abloomingES IST EIN' ROS' ENTSPRUNGENPage Scan
92aO little town of BethlehemST. LOUISPage Scan
92bO little town of BethlehemEPHRATAHPage Scan
93Hark, what mean those holy voicesSIBERIAPage Scan
94The race that long in darkness pinedST. MIRREN'SPage Scan
95Brightest and best of the sons of the morningEPIPHANYPage Scan
96Ye fair green hills of GalileeWER DA WONETPage Scan
97On Jordan's banks the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEWPage Scan

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