Singing the Faith

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Editor: Peter Brophy
Publisher: Hymns Ancient & Modern for the Methodist Church, London, 2011
Denomination: Methodist Church (Great Britain)
Language: English
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98Your love is amazing, steady and unchanging[Your love is amazing, steady and unchanging]
99All creatures of our God and KingLASST UNS ERFREUEN
100aEach little flower that opensALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
100bEach little flower that opensROYAL OAK
101Before the world beganINCARNATION
102aFor the beauty of the earthLUCERNA LAUDONIAE
102bFor the beauty of the earthNORICUM
103God is Love: let heaven adore himHYFRYDOL
104God moves in a mysterious wayIRISH
105God said leaf and the shoot pushed through[God said leaf and the shoot pushed through]
106God, whose almighty wordMOSCOW
107I sing the almighty power of GodST. SAVIOUR
108In the beginning God played with the planetsIN THE BEGINNING
109In the darkness of the still night[In the darkness of the still night]
110In the wonder of creationBETHANY
111Lord of the boundless curves of spaceLONDON NEW
112O Lord, our Lord, throughout the earthTRAMPS AND HAWKERS
113O worship the King, all-glorious aboveHANOVER
114Oh the life of the world is a joy and a treasureLIFE OF THE WORLD
115Praise ye the Lord! 'Tis good to raiseJUSTIFICATION
116Sing for God's glory that colours the dawn of creationLOBE DEN HERREN
117Sing praise to God who reigns aboveMIT FREUDEN ZART
118Tell me who made all of creation[Tell me who made all of creation]
119God of Eve and God of MarySUSSEX
120We gladly celebrate and praiseSTRACATHRO
121Autumn days when the grass is jewelledI MUSTN'T FORGET
122God, whose farm is all creationSHIPSTON
123Come, you thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S WINDSOR
124aFor the fruits of all creationEAST ACKLAM
124bFor the fruits of all creationAR HYD Y NOS
125Praise and thanksgivingBUNESSAN
126Praise God for the harvest of orchard and fieldSTOWEY
127Sing to the great Jehovah's praiseNORTHROP
128The harvest is here: earth's bounty we bring!LAUDATE DOMINUM (Gauntlett)
129To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raiseBISHOPGARTH
130We plough the fields, and scatterWIR PFLÜGEN
131By a monument of marbleSCARLET RIBBONS
132O God, our help in ages pastST. ANNE
133To be a soldierMILES CHRISTI
134Christ, whose glory fills the skiesHEATHLANDS
135I owe my Lord a morning songDORKING
136Morning has brokenBUNESSAN
137New every morning is the loveMELCOMBE
138O God, beyond all thoughtOLD HALL
139Today I awake and God is before meSLITHERS OF GOLD
140We praise God in the morning when the sun is bright[We praise God in the morning when the sun is bright]
141Abide with me; fast falls the eventideEVENTIDE
142Glory to thee, my God, this nightTALLIS'S CANON
143Hail, gladdening Light, of his pure glory pouredSEBASTE
144Here are my thoughts, Lord, here is my mind[Here are my thoughts, Lord, here is my mind]
145Night has fallenDZUWA LAPITA (NIGHT HAS FALLEN)
146Now that evening fallsTAKING LEAVE (LINCOLN (Bell))
147The day thou gavest, Lord, is endedST CLEMENT
148Come, let us with our Lord ariseSUSSEX CAROL
149First of the week and finest dayGALILEE
150This is the day of restOLD DYSART
151This is the day the Lord has madeBROOMSGROVE
152This is the day [This is the day]
153Break thou the bread of lifeBETHSAIDA
154Come, divine InterpreterMADRID (SPANISH CHANT)
155aCome, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspireST. COLUMBA (ERIN)
155bCome, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspireRICHMOND
156From the breaking of the dawn[From the breaking of the dawn]
157God has spoken – by his prophetsHYFRYDOL
158Lord, you sometimes speak in wondersCLEVELAND
159Not far beyond the sea nor highMANNA
160Powerful in making us wise to salvationCONSERVATION
161Speak, O Lord as we come to you[Speak, O Lord as we come to you]
162The prophet's voice comes down the yearsST MATTHEW
163When listening prophets dare to speakROCKHURST
164Your words to me are life and healthCAPEL
165Advent candles tell their storyANGEL VOICES
166The first is for God's promiseADVENT RING
167Colours of day dawn into the mindLIGHT UP THE FIRE
168Come, Lord Jesus, come[Come, Lord Jesus, come]
169aCome, thou long-expected JesusSTUTTGART
169bCome, thou long-expected JesusCROSS OF JESUS
170Darkness like a shroud covers the earth[Darkness like a shroud covers the earth]
171Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comesBRISTOL
172Hills of the north, rejoiceLITTLE CORNARD
173Into the darkness of this world[Into the darkness of this world]
174Light a candle in a darkened placeADVENT CANDLE
175Light of the world, you stepped down into darkness[Light of the world, you stepped down into darkness]
176Like a candle flame[Like a candle flame]
177Lo, he comes with clouds descendingHELMSLEY
178Long ago, prophets knewTHEODORIC
179You will hear the trumpet sound[You'll hear the trumpet sound]
180O come, O come, ImmanuelVENI EMMANUEL
181Of the Father's love begottenDIVINUM MYSTERIUM (CORDE NATUS)
182On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEW
183Praise to the God who clears the wayCREATOR GOD
184Round orange, round orange, you serve as a signLOURDES
185Sing we the King who is coming to reignTHE GLORY SONG
186Tell out, my soul, the greatness of the Lord!WOODLANDS
187The Angel Gabriel from heaven cameGABRIEL'S MESSAGE
188There's a light upon the mountains, and the day is at the springTHERE'S A LIGHT UPON THE MOUNTAINS
189Wild and lone the prophet's voiceLA GRANGE
190Angels, from the realms of gloryIRISH
191aAway in a manger, no crib for a bedAWAY IN A MANGER
191bAway in a manger, no crib for a bedMUELLER (Murray) (MANGER SCENE)

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