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The Angelic Hymn 12
Glory be to God on high.
The Oldest Christian Hymn 18
Shepherd of tender youth.—Clement of Alexandria.
An Ambrosian Advent Hymn 24
Come, Thou Saviour of our race.—Aurelius Ambrose.
A Prophetic Easter Hymn 30
Welcome, happy morning!--Venantius Fortunatus.
A Tribute to the Dying Saviour 34
O sacred Head, now wounded.—Bernard of Clairvaux.
The Battle Hymn of the Reformation 42
A mighty Fortress is our God.—Luther.
A Metrical Gloria in Excelsis 52
All glory be to Thee, Most High.—Nicolaus Decius.
A Beautiful Confirmation Hymn 58
Let me be Thine forever.—Nicolaus Selnecker.
A Masterpiece of Hymnody 64
Wake, awake, for night is flying.—Philipp Nicolai.
A Tribute to the Dying Saviour 68
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast Thou offended.—Johann Heermann.
The Swan Song of Gustavus Adolphus 76
Be not dismayed, thou little flock.—Johann Michael Altenberg.
Rinkart’s Hymn of Praise 80
Now thank we all our God.—Martin Rinkart.
A Joyous Christmas Carol 84
All my heart this night rejoices.—Paul Gerhardt.
A Glorious Paean of Praise 92
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty.—Joachim Neander.
A Hymn Classic by Scheffler 98
Thee will I love, my Strength, my Tower.—Johann Scheffler.
A Gem among Pietistic Hymns 102
O Jesus, Source of calm repose.—Johann Anastasius Freylinghausen.
A Hymn of Longing for Christ 110
O Son of God, we wait for Thee.—Philipp Friedrich Hiller.
A Noble Hymn of Worship 116
Light of light, enlighten me.—Benjamin Schmolck.
A Hymn on the Mystical Union 122
Thou hidden love of God.—Gerhard Tersteegen.
Following a Heavenly Leader 126
Jesus, still lead on.—Nicolaus Ludwig Count Zinzendorf.
A Glorious Hymn of Adoration 130
Beautiful Saviour.
A Classical Harvest Hymn 134
We plow the fields.—Matthias Claudius.
A Picture of a Christian Home 140
O happy home, where Thou art loved the dearest.—Carl Johann Spitta.
A Hymn in Luther’s Style 148
Our Father, merciful and good.—Olavus Petri.
A Model Hymn of Invocation 154
O Lord, give heed unto our plea.—Jesper Swedberg.
Wallin’s Sublime Morning Hymn 160
Again Thy glorious sun doth rise.—Johan Olof Wallin.
A Vision of Christ’s Triumph 168
Thy scepter, Jesus, shall extend.—Frans Michael Franzén.
A Longing For Home 176
Jerusalem, Jerusalem.—Carolina Vilhelmina Sandell Berg.
Kingo’s Sunrise Hymn 184
The sun arises now.—Thomas Kingo.
The Great White Host 190
Behold, a host arrayed in white.—Hans Adolph Brorson.
A Prayer to the Holy Spirit 196
Holy Spirit, come with light.—Nicolai Grundtvig.
A Norwegian Miserere 202
Before Thee, God, who knowest all.—Magnus Brorstrup Landstad.
Ken’s Immortal Evening Hymn 208
Glory to Thee, my God, this night.—Thomas Ken.
The Pearl of English Hymnody 214
When I survey the wondrous cross.—Watts.
Seeking the Heavenly Prize 220
Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve.—Philip Doddridge.
A Hymn of the Ages 224
Jesus, Lover of my soul.—Charles Wesley.
Another Hymn of the Ages 232
Rock of Ages, cleft for me.—Augustus M. Toplady.
The Coronation Hymn 238
All hail the power of Jesus’ Name.—Edward Perronet.
In Praise of the Word of God 244
Father of Mercies.—Anne Steele.
The Name above All Names 248
How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds.—John Newton.
A Hymn on God’s Providence 252
God moves in a mysterious way.—William Cowper.
A Hymn of Gracious Invitation 258
Come, ye disconsolate, where’er ye languish.—Thomas Moore.
A Beautiful Lyric on Prayer 262
Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire.—James Montgomery.
A Sublime Hymn of Adoration 268
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty.—Reginald Heber.
A Hymn That Wins Souls 274
Just as I am, without one plea.—Charlotte Elliott.
The Sun That Ne’er Goes Down 278
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear.—John Keble.
The Hymn of a Perplexed Soul 284
Lead, kindly Light.—John Henry Newman.
A Hymn Written in the Shadows 290
Abide with me! fast falls the eventide.—Henry Francis Lyte.
A Woman’s Gift to the Church 296
Nearer, my God, to Thee.—Sarah Adams.
That Sweet Story of Old 300
I think, when I read that sweet story of old.—Jemima Luke.
Redemption’s Story in a Hymn 304
There is a green hill far away.—Cecil Frances Alexander.
The Voice of Jesus 310
I heard the voice of Jesus say.—Horatius Bonar.
The Dayspring from on High 316
O very God of very God.—John Mason Neale.
A Great Marching Song 322
Onward, Christian soldiers.—Sabine Baring-Gould.
A Rapturous Hymn of Adoration 326
O Saviour, precious Saviour.—Frances Ridley Havergal.
The Emblem that Survives 332
In the cross of Christ I glory.—John Bowring.
A Hymn That Opens Hearts 336
O Jesus, Thou art standing.—William Walsham How.
A Blind Man’s Hymn of Faith 340
O Love that wilt not let me go.—George Matheson.
The First American Hymn 346
I love Thy Zion, Lord.—Timothy Dwight.
The Hymn of a Wounded Spirit 352
I love to steal awhile away.—Phoebe Hinsdale Brown.
A Triumphant Missionary Hymn 358
Hail to the brightness of Zion’s glad morning.—Thomas Hastings.
Key’s Hymn of Praise 362
Lord, with glowing heart I’d praise Thee.—Francis Scott Key.
Bryant’s Home Mission Hymn 366
Look from Thy sphere of endless day.—William Cullen Bryant.
An Exquisite Baptismal Hymn 370
Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding.—William Augustus Muhlenberg.
The Way, the Truth, and the Life 374
Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life.—George Washington Doane.
The Quaker Poet’s Prayer 378
Dear Lord and Father of mankind.—John Greenleaf Whittier.
Palmer’s Famous Hymn 382
My faith looks up to Thee.—Ray Palmer.
A Hopeful Missionary Lyric 388
The morning light is breaking.—Samuel Francis Smith.
A Pearl among Christmas Carols 394
It came upon the midnight clear.—Edmund Hamilton Sears.
Mrs. Stowe’s Hymn Masterpiece 398
Still, still with Thee.—Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Bishop Coxe’s Missionary Hymn 406
Saviour, sprinkle many nations.—Arthur Cleveland Coxe.
The Hymn of a Consecrated Woman 410
More love to Thee, O Christ.—Elisabeth Payson Prentiss.
A Hymn of the Sea 414
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me.—Edward Hopper.
A Rally Hymn of the Church 418
Stand up, stand up for Jesus.—George Duffield.
A Hymn of Spiritual Yearning 422
We would see Jesus.—Anna Bartlett Warner.
A Famous Christmas Carol 426
O little town of Bethlehem.—Phillips Brooks.
The Story That Never Grows Old 430
I love to hear the story.—Emily Huntington Miller.
A Hymn of Sweet Consolation 434
Safe in the arms of Jesus.—Frances Jane Crosby.
The Call of the Gospel Song 440
Sing them over again to me.—Philip P. Bliss.
Chautauqua Vesper Hymn 444
Day is dying in the west.—Mary Artimisia Lathbury.
In His Footsteps 448
O Master, let me walk with Thee.—Washington Gladden.
A Hymn of the City 452
Where cross the crowded ways of life.—Frank Mason North.
A Gripping Hymn by a Girl 456
O’er Jerusalem Thou weepest.—Anna Hoppe.
A Song of Victory 462
Rise, ye children of salvation.—Justus Falckner.
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