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Union Hymnal for Jewish Worship

Publisher: Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1914
Denomination: Jewish Congregations, Judaism
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d1A message sweet the breezes bring
d2A new shrine stands in beauty reared
d3A noble life, a simple faith An open heart and
d4A wish, though unexpressed
d5Again, as evening's shadow falls
d6Ah well it is that God should read
d7All hail the Lord of hosts
d8All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice
d9All the world shall come to serve thee
d10All wise, All great, whose ancient plan
d11Almighty God, who hearest prayer, Thou to whom
d12Arise, O Lord, with healing rod
d13Arise to praise the Lord
d14As pants the hart for cooling flood [springs] [streams]
d15At midnight, so the sages tell
d16Awake, O Zion, touch the chord
d17Be with us as we leave
d18Behold, it is the springtide of the year
d19Believe not those who say
d20Blessed, O blessed moment most holy
d21Blest are they that seek God's presence
d22Blest is the bond of wedded love
d23Bow down thine ear, Lord
d24Come, O Sabbath day, and bring peace and healing
d25Come, Thou hallowed Sabbath
d26Come, ye faithful servants of God's holy cause
d27Courage, brother, do not stumble
d28Create in this weak form of mine
d29Creation's Lord, we give Thee thanks, That this Thy world is incomplete
d30Dim mine eyes with many teardrops
d31Divine Disposer of events
d32Dost thou hear the bugle sounding
d33Early will I seek thee, God, my refuge strong
d34Earth, with all thy thousand voices
d35Ever will I bless the Lord
d36Father, hear the prayer we offer
d37Father, see thy suppliant children
d38Father, to thee we look in all our sorrow
d39Father, to thy dear name I lift
d40Firm this cornerstone be laid
d41Fling wide the gates of righteousness
d42Fortress Rock, my God, my aid
d43Friend after friend departs
d44From heaven's height soft, vernal breezes blow
d45From heaven's heights the thunder peals
d46From Sinai's height a fountain
d47Give us thy holy peace, O Lord
d48God, and the God of our fathers
d49God is in his holy temple, all the earth keep silence here
d50God is my [our] strong salvation
d51God, my hope, my strength, my King
d52God of grace, O let thy light
d53God of Isr'l, keep us faithful
d54God of might, God of right
d55God of our fathers, known of old
d56God of the nations, near and far
d57God supreme, to thee we pray, Let our lips be taught
d58Gone another year, Gone beyond
d59Grant me strength when skies are azure
d60Great Arbiter of human fate
d61Great God, to Thee our hymns
d62Hail the glorious golden city
d63Hallelujah, praise to thee
d64Happy he that never wanders
d65Happy he who walketh ever
d66Hark, the voice of children Sounding forth with might
d67Haste not, haste not, do not rest
d68Healer of the wounded heart
d69Hear, O Isr'l, hear, God thy [the] Lord is near
d70Hear us, eternal King, hear thou the praise
d71Heavenly Father, ever near us
d72Heir of all the ages, I
d73Here let thy people come, dear Lord
d74Holy Sabbath rest, Holy Sabbath rest
d75How blest are they who flee from ill
d76How blest the man who fears to stray
d77How cold that man, to faith
d78How good it is to thank the Lord
d79How goodly is thy house, O Lord
d80How happy is he born and [or] taught
d81How lovely are thy dwelling fairs, O Lord of hosts, how dear
d82I bless thee, Father, for the grace
d83I lift mine eyes unto the hills, the pillars of the eternal
d84I little see, I little know
d85I rejoiced when they said
d86If our God had not befriended
d87In every hour of need
d88In God, the holy, wise, and just
d89In mercy, Lord, incline thine ear
d90In the hour of distress
d91In thee we hope, O Zion's God
d92Into the tomb of ages past
d93Into thy hands my spirit I commend
d94It singeth low in every heart, we hear it each and all
d95Kindle the taper, like the steadfast star
d96Let Isr'l trust in God
d97Let there be light, at dawn of time
d98Let us with a joyful mind
d99Lo as the potter molds his clay
d100Lo our father's tender care

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