Sing Glory: Hymns, Psalms and Songs for a New Century

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Publisher: Kevin Mayhew Ltd., Buxhall, Stowmarket UK IP14 3BW , 1999
Denomination: Church of England
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302God whose farm is all creation
303Lord of the changing year
304It is God who holds the nations
305Let us sing the God of glory
306O Lord of heaven and earth and sea
307Praise God for harvest-time
308Praise God for the harvest of farm and field
309Walk the hills and you will find him
310To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise
311We plow the fields, and scatter
312Let us with a gladsome mind
313The earth is yours, O God
314The stars declare his glory
315The God of heaven thuunders
316With wonder, Lord, we see your works
317At the Name of Jesus
318Before the world begun
319Christ triumphant, ever reigning
320Come sing the praise of Jesus
321Crown him with many crowns
322Jesus, on the mountain peak
323Jesus the name high over all
324Name of all majesty
325No other prophet ever spoke
326O First-born of the Unseen Lord
327Praise to Christ the Lord incarnate
328Priest and victim, Jesus dies
329That priceless gift
330This is the threefold truth
331We have a gospel to proclaim
332Above the clash of creeds
333I believe in Jesus
334Jesus, what a beautiful Name
335Come, thou long-expected Jesus
336Jesus, hope of every nation
337God of God, the uncreated
338O come, O come Emmanuel
339On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry
340Joy to the world! The Lord is come
341Now is the time, the time of God’s favor
342Prepare the way for the Lord
343As with gladness men of old
344Angels, from the realms of glory
345Away in a manger, no crib for a bed
346Brightest and best of the sons of the morning
347Christians, awake! salute the happy morn
348Come and sing the Christmas story
349Good Christian men, rejoice
350God rest you merry, gentlemen
351Here is the center: star on distant star
352Hark, the herald angels sing
353In the bleak midwinter
354It came upon the midnight clear
355Unto us a boy is born
356Thou who wast rich beyond all splendor
357O come, all ye faithful
358O little town of Bethlehem
359Once in royal David’s city
360See amid the winter’s snow
361See him lying on a bed of straw
362Silent night! Holy night!
363The darkness turns to dawn
364What if the One who shapes the stars
365We thank you, God almighty
366Who would have dreamed it?
367While shepherds watched their flocks by night
368Wise men of old came seeking
369Wise men, they came to look for wisdom
370Like a candle flame
371This Child secretly comes
372Blest are the pure in heart
373Christ our Redeemer knew temptation’s hour
374O changeless Christ, for ever new
375New light has dawned
376Songs of thankfulness and praise
377He walked where I walk
378Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended
379A purple robe
380All glory, laud, and honor
381Forty days and forty nights
382Hark, the voice of love and mercy
383Man of sorrows, what a name
384My song is love unknown
385O sacred head, surrounded
386Ride on, ride on in majesty
387Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle
388There is a green hill far away
389This is the night, dear friends
390We sing the praise of him who died
391What have we to show our Savior
392When you prayed beneath the trees
393Come and see the King of love
394Jesus Christ, I think upon your sacrifice
395Meekness and majesty
396There is a Redeemer
397All shall be well
398Alleluia, Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise
399Christ is risen, raise your voices
400Christ the Lord is risen again
401Comes Mary to the grave

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