The English Hymnal – 1906

THE
ENGLISH HYMNAL
OXFORD
PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS
LONDON : HENRY FROWDE
AMEN CORNER
1906

PREFACE.
THE ENGLISH HYMNAL is a collection of the best hymns in the English language, and is offered as a humble companion to the Book of Common Prayer for use in the Church. It is not a party book, expressing this or that phase of negation or excess, but an attempt to combine in one volume the worthiest expressions of all that lies within the Christian Creed, from those ‘ancient Fathers’ who were the earliest hymn-writers down to contemporary exponents of modern aspirations and ideals.
We therefore offer the book to all broad-minded men, in the hope that every one will find within these pages the hymns which he rightly wants. At the same time, since literary, musical, and religious standards vary, a really inclusive collection must of necessity be larger than the needs of each particular individual: hymn books, indeed, afford special facilities in this respect, because those who use them can select according to their requirements. Such a method of selection we have ourselves suggested in the Musical Edition by a List of simple hymns, which may satisfy the ordinary needs of many parishes; while we have also arranged a Table of hymns for all the Sundays and Holy-days of the year, which covers the whole ground. Thus we have endeavoured to produce a book that shall suit the needs of learned and simple alike, and shall at the same time exhibit the characteristic virtue of hymnody, -its witness, namely, to the fact that in the worship of God Christians are drawn the closer together as they are drawn more closely to the one Lord. In Christian song Churches have forgotten their quarrels and men have lost their limitations, because they have reached the higher ground where the soul is content to affirm and to adore. The hymns of Christendom show more clearly than anything else that there is even now such a thing as the unity of the Spirit.
Little explanation is needed of the principles which governed the selection and arrangement of the hymns. The new work, inserted in every case to fill an acknowledged gap or to introduce a tune of special excellence, must stand or fall on its merits. One feature, however, requires a word of comment. Hymns are printed, wherever possible, as their authors wrote them. To many it will be a surprise to find that the ascription of a hymn to this or that author, when it was given at all in hymnals of the last century, was very often misleading. The public now has the opportunity of comparing many originals with their altered versions; and few, we venture to predict, will deny that they had been altered for the worse. Occasionally, indeed, the music requires the removal of an extra word if a hymn is to be used at all, as for instance in Neale’s hymn, No. 137 (The Day of Resurrection), and in Milton’s, No. 532 (Let us with a gladsome mind); but although these hymns are marked as altered, none of their characteristic epithets have been changed. Sometimes alterations are justified for other reasons; and some translations are the work of several hands. But, apart from such exceptional cases, the efforts, so often made in the past to improve the work of competent authors, have had the inevitable result. The freshness and strength of the originals have been replaced by stock phrases and commonplace sentiments; and injury has been done to the quality of our public worship as well as to the memory of great hymn-writers.
A Hymn Book that is offered as a companion to the Book of Common Prayer must provide adequately not only for Sundays but also for all those other Holy-days which in the Prayer Book are ordered to be observed precisely in the same way as Sundays. The Office Hymns for the Saints’ Days “to be observed ’ are therefore given, as well as many suitable modern hymns: to these have been added the hymns for the Minor Saints’ Days of the Anglican Calendar (since it is a common practice to sing a hymn as a memorial of such days), although we recognize the fact that as there is no Office for such days in the Prayer Book they can have no Office Hymn in the strict sense of the word.
The Hymns marked “Office Hymn’ are translations from those appointed in the ancient choir-services of the English Church. In suggesting these as specially suitable, by placing them out of the alphabetical order under a special heading, we have followed the example of the Reformers, who went to the same source for our present Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer. Very many of these hymns are already well known, thanks to the good work of former hymnals; but there remained many Sundays and other days for which the proper hymns were not provided. There is indeed no need for all the hymns of all the ancient services, such as the hymns for both Mattins and Lauds on every occasion; but there is a legitimate demand for all those hymns which belong to the services of Morning and Evening Prayer, according to the Prayer Book Calendar. The need has long been felt of such a complete set of these ancient hymns, which in their Scriptural simplicity and sober dignity represent the deep Christian experience of more than a thousand years. This need we have now supplied, endeavouring where new translations were required to convey as faithfully as possible the spirit of the originals, so that in these hymns also the authors should speak for themselves.
Thus we have made complete provision for the liturgical requirements of Churchmen, while we have at the same time added many modern hymns of the first rank which have not hitherto been at their disposal. In so doing we have attempted to redress those defects in popular hymnody which are deeply felt by thoughtful men; for the best hymns of Christendom are as free as the Bible from the self-centred sentimentalism, the weakness and unreality which mark inferior productions. The great hymns, indeed, of all ages abound in the conviction that duty lies at the heart of the Christian life—a double duty to God and to our neighbour; and such hymns, like the Prayer Book, are for all sorts and conditions of men.

CONTENTS.

PART I.
THE CHRISTIAN YEAR . 
Advent to Trinity.
Advent
1. Creator Of The Stars Of Night
2. High Word Of God, Who Once Didst Come
3. Behold The Bridegroom Cometh In The Middle Of The Night
4. Great God, What Do I See And Hear!
5. Hark! A Herald Voice Is Calling
6. Hark The Glad Sound! The Saviour Comes
7. Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending
8. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!
9. On Jordan’s Bank The Baptist’s Cry
10. Saviour Eternal!
11. The Advent Of Our God
12. Wake, O Wake! With Tidings Thrilling
13. When Came In Flesh The Incarnate Word
The following are also suitable: 374, 462, 487, 492, 495, 504, 518, 554, 647, 734, 735.
Christmas Eve
14. Come Thou Redeemer Of The Earth
15. O Little Town Of Bethlehem
16. The Maker Of The Sun And Moon
Christmas
See also: 613
17. Jesu, The Father’s Only Son
18. From East To West, From Shore To Shore
19. A Great And Mighty Wonder
20. Behold The Great Creator Makes
21. Christians, Awake, Salute The Happy Morn
22. Come Rejoicing
23. Hark, How All The Welkin Rings!
24. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
25. In The Bleak Mid-Winter
26. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
27. Let Sighing Cease And Woe
28. O Come, All Ye Faithful
29. The Great God Of Heaven Is Come Down To Earth
30. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night
St. Stephen
31. Saint Of God Elect And Precious
32. The Lord And King Of All Things
St. John The Evangelist
33. Word Supreme, Before Creation
The Innocents’ Day
34. All Hail, Ye Little Martyr Flowers
35. The Hymn For Conquering Martyrs Raise
The following is also suitable: 611
The Circumcision Of Christ
36. O Happy Day, When First Was Poured
37. Conquering Kings Their Titles Take
For the New-Year’s Day hymns, see 285, 286.
The Epiphany
See also: 615, 616
38. Why, Impious Herod, Shouldst Thou Fear
39. As With Gladness Men Of Old
40. Bethlehem, Of Noblest Cities
41. Brightest And Best Of The Sons Of The Morning
42. O Worship The Lord In The Beauty Of Holiness!
43. The Race That Long In Darkness Pined
44. What Star Is This, With Beams So Bright
From The Epiphany Till Septuagesima
45. Hail To The Lord’s Annointed!
46. In Stature Grows The Heavenly Child
47. Songs Of Thankfulness And Praise
48. The Lord Is Come! On Syrian Soil
The following are also suitable: 364, 380, 381, 384, 395, 419, 420, 423, 459, 481, 514
From The Octave Of The Epiphany Till Lent: Sunday
49. Creator Of The Earth And Sky
50. This Day The First Of Days Was Made
51. O Blest Creator Of The Light
Monday Morning
52. O Splendour Of God’s Glory Bright
Tuesday Morning
53. The Winged Herald Of The Day
Wednesday Morning
54. Ye Clouds And Darkness, Hosts Of Night
Thursday Morning
55. Lo! Golden Light Rekindles Day
Friday Morning
56. Eternal Glory Of The Sky
Saturday Morning
57. The Dawn Is Sprinkling In The East
Monday Evening
58. O Boundless Wisdom, God Most High
Tuesday Evening
59. Earth’s Might Maker, Whose Command
Wednesday Evening
60. Most Holy Lord And God Of Heaven
Thursday Evening
61. Almighty God, Who From The Flood
Friday Evening
62. Maker Of Man, Who From Thy Throne
The Week Before Septuagesima
63. Alleluya Song Of Sweetness
Septuagesima To Lent
64. Maker Of Earth, To Thee Alone
The following are also suitable: 459, 471, 497
Lent
65. The Fast, As Taught By Holy Lore
66. O Kind Creator, Bow Thine Ear
67. Now Is The Healing Time Decreed
68. The Glory Of These Forty Days
69. O Jesu Christ, From Thee Began
70. Ah, Holy Jesu, How Hast Thou Offended
71. All Ye Who Seek A Comfort Sure
72. Christian, Dost Thou See Them
73. Forty Days And Forty Nights
74. Have Mercy, Lord, On Me
75. Jesu, Lord Of Life And Glory
76. Lord In This Thy Mercy’s Day
77. Lord Jesus, Think On Me
78. Lord, Teach Us How To Pray Aright
79. Lord, When We Bend Before Thy Throne
80. My God, I Love Thee; Not Because
81. O Christ, Who Art The Light And Day
82. O For A Heart To Praise My God
83. O Help Us, Lord; Each Hour Of Need
84. O Lord, Turn Not Away Thy Face
85. O Thou From Whom All Goodness Flows
86. O Thou Who Dost Accord Us
87. Saviour, When In Dust To Thee
88. Sinful, Sighing To Be Blest
89. Soul Of Jesus, Make Me Whole
90. To My Humble Supplication
91. Weary Of Earth And Laden With My Sin
92. When, Rising From The Bed Of Death
The following are also suitable: 316, 366, 386, 418, 456, 477, 484, 495, 510, 515, 648, 736
Refreshment Sunday
93. The God Of Love My Shepherd Is
Passiontide
94. The Royal Banners Forward Go
95. Sing, My Tongue, The Glorious Battle
96. Thirty Years Among Us Dwelling
97. Dost Thou Truly Seek Renown
98. Drop, Drop, Slow Tears
99. Glory Be To Jesus
100. Go To Dark Gethsemane
101. My God! My God! And Can It Be
102. O Sacred Head Sore Wounded
103. O Sinner, Raise The Eye Of Faith
104. Servant Of God, Remember
105. Sweet The Moments, Rich In Blessing
106. There Is A Green Hill Far Away
107. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross
108. Who Is This With Garments Gory
The Following are also suitable, in addition to several of the Lent hymns: 409, 416, 471, 649, 656.
Holy Week
Passiontide Office Hymns till Maundy Thursday, No Office Hymns from Maundy Thursday till Low Sunday.
Palm Sunday
619, 620, 621, 622, 623
109. O Thou Who Through This Holy Week
Maundy Thursday
The following are suitable: 300, 317, 326, 330
Good Friday
See also 737
110. See The Destined Day Arise!
111. O Come And Mourn With Me Awhile
Or the following: 97, 108
112. Forgive Them, O My Father
Or the following: 416
113. Lord, When Thy Kingdom Comes, Remember Me
114. The Dying Robber Raised His Aching Brow
Or the following: 99
115. At The Cross Her Station Keeping
Or the following: 510
116. Throned Upon The Awful Tree
Or the following: 103
117. His Are The Thousand Sparkling Rills
Or the following: 106
118. It Is Finished! Christ Hath Known
Or the following: 107
119. And Now, Belovèd Lord, Thy Soul Resigning
Or the following: 102
The following are also suitable: 80, 95, 471

Good Friday Evening And Easter Even
120. It Is Finished! Blessèd Jesus
121. By Jesus’ Grave On Either Hand
Easter
See also: 624, 625, 626, 627
There is no Office Hymn till Low Sunday, but 738 “This is The Day” may be sung in place of the Office Hymn at Evensong on Easter Day and till the Saturday following.
122. Ye Choirs Of New Jerusalem
123. The Day Draws On With Golden Light
124. His Cheering Message From The Grave
125. The Lamb’s High Banquet We Await
126. A Brighter Dawn Is Breaking
127. Alleluya! Alleluya! Hearts To Heaven And Voices Raise
128. At The Lamb’s High Feast We Sing
129. Christ The Lord Is Risen Again!
130. Christians, To The Paschal Victim
131. Come Ye Faithful Raise The Strain
132. He Is Risen, He Is Risen
133. Jesus Christ Is Risen To-Day, Alleluya!
134. Jesus Lives! Thy Terrors Now
135. Love’s Redeeming Work Is Done
136. On The Resurrection Morning
137. The Day Of Resurrection!
138. Thou Hallowed Chosen Morn Of Praise
139. Ye Choirs Of New Jerusalem
The following are also suitable: 319, 380, 461, 494, 519, 534, 535
Rogation Days.
140. Lord In Thy Name Thy Servants Plead
The following are also suitable: 75, 384, 423, 447, 475, 492, 650, 651
Ascensiontide.
See also: 628, 629
141. Eternal Monarch, King Most High
142. O Christ, Our Joy, To Whom Is Given
143. Hail The Day That Sees Him Rise Alleluya!
144. O Christ, Our Hope, Our Hearts’ Desire
145. See The Conqueror Mounts In Triumph
146. Sing We Triumphant Hymns Of Praise
147. The Head That Once Was Crowned With Thorns
148. The Lord Ascendeth Up On High
149. Thou Art Gone Up On High
The following are also suitable: 301, 364, 368, 380, 381, 476, 519
Whitsuntide
See also: 630, 631
150. When Christ Our Lord Had Passed Once More
151. Rejoice! The Year Upon Its Way
152. Come Down, O Love Divine
153. Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire
154. Come, O Creator Spirit, Come
155. Come, Thou Holy Paraclete
156. Creator Spirit, By Whose Aid
157. Our Blessed Redeemer, Ere He Breathed
158. When God Of Old Came Down From Heaven
The following are also suitable: 145 (pt. 2), 384, 393, 396, 453, 454, 458
Trinity Sunday
See also: 632, 633
159. Be Present, Holy Trinity
160. Father Most Holy, Merciful And Tender
161. Have Mercy On Us, God Most High
162. Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!
163. O Unity Of Threefold Light
The following are also suitable: 372, 387, 390, 407, 501
From Trinity Sunday Till Advent
164. O Trinity Of Blessed Light
165. Father, We Praise Thee, Now The Night Is Over
The evening Office Hymn for Sunday, and for every day except Saturday, is: 51.
Ember Days.
166. Christ Is Gone Up; Yet Ere He Passed
167. Pour Out Thy Spirit From On High
168. The Earth, O Lord, Is One Great Field
Dedication, &c.
-Dedication Festival

See also: 634, 635, 636, 637
169. Blessed City, Heavenly Salem
170. Christ Is Made The Sure Foundation
171. O Word Of God Above
172. Sion’s Daughters! Sons Of Jerusalem!
-Dedication or Restoration of a Church
173. All Things Are Thine; No Gift Have We
For a Dedication Festival, or for a Special Service of Dedication, the following are also suitable: 450, 472, 489, 508, 533, 534, 535, 536, 537, 544.

PART II.
SAINTS’ DAYS AND OTHER HOLY DAYS
General
See also for Procession on any Saint’s Day: 638, 639
Apostles and Evangelists
174. Lord Of Creation, Bow Thine Ear, O Christ, To Hear
175. The Eternal Gifts Of Christ The King
176. Let The Round World With Songs Rejoice
Office Hymn for Apostles and Evangelists during Eastertide. E. and M. 123, Part 2; and M. and E. 124, Part 2.
177. Captains Of The Saintly Band
178. Disposer Supreme, And Judge Of The Earth
179. Come Sing, Ye Choirs Exultant
Martyrs
180. Martyr Of God, Whose Strength Was Steeled
181. O God, Thy Soldiers’ Crown And Guard
182. The Merits Of The Saints
183. O Glorious King Of Martyr Hosts
184. Blessed Feasts Of Blessed Martyrs
185. Blest Martyr, Let Thy Triumph-Day
186. Come Let Us Join The Church Above
187. Let Our Choirs New Anthems Raise
Confessors
188. He Whose Confession God Of Old Accepted
189. O Thou Whose All-Redeeming Might
190. O Shepherd Of The Sheep
Virgins
191. Son Of A Virgin, Maker Of Thy Mother
192. Jesu, The Virgins’ Crown, Do Thou
Matrons
193. The Praises Of That Saint We Sing
Vigil
194. Receive, O Lord, In Heaven Above
Patronal Festival
195. Another Year Completed
Any Saint
196. For All Thy Saints, O Lord
197. Give Me The Wings Of Faith To Rise
198. Hark! The Sound Of Holy Voices
199. How Bright These Glorious Spirits Shine!
200. Joy And Triumph Everlasting
201. Palms Of Glory, Raiment Bright
202. The Son Of God Goes Forth To War
203. What Are These That Glow From Afar
204. Who Are These, Like Stars Appearing
The following is also suitable: 641
Proper (St. Andrew to All Saints)
St. Andrew
205. Jesus Calls Us!-O’er The Tumult
St. Thomas
206. O Thou, Who Didst With Love Untold
St. Paul
207. We Sing The Glorious Conquest
The Purification
208. All Prophets Hail Thee, From Of Old Announcing
See also (for 2nd E.): 22
209. Hail To The Lord Who Comes
St. Matthias
210. The Highest And The Holiest Place
St. David
211. We Praise Thy Name, All-Holy Lord
St. Patrick
212. I Bind Unto Myself To-Day [St. Patrick’s Breastplate]
The Annunciation
See also: 640

213. Hail, O Star That Pointest
St. Mary The Virgin
214. The God Whom Earth, And Sea, And Sky
215. O Glorious Maid, Exalted Far
216. Ave Maria! Blessèd Maid!
217. Her Virgin Eyes Saw God Incarnate Born
218. Ye Who Own The Faith Of Jesus
St. George
219. Lord God Of Hosts, Within Whose Hand
St. Mark
220. The Saint Who First Found Grace To Pen
St. Philip and St. James
221. The Winter’s Sleep Was Long And Deep
St. Barnabas
222. The Son Of Consolation!
St. John Baptist
223. Let Thine Example, Holy John, Remind Us
224. E’en In Thy Childhood, ‘Mid The Desert Places
225. Hail, Harbinger Of Morn
St. Peter
226. With Gold Most Precious, And With Sanguine Hues Of Morn
(Or for O.H., M. 175 or 176)
227. Forsaken Once, And Thrice Denied
The Visitation
228. Now In Holy Celebration
229. Portal Of The World’s Salvation
St. Mary Magdalene
230. Sing We All The Joys And Sorrows
231. Mary, Weep Not, Weep No Longer
St. James
232. Lord Who Shall Sit Beside Thee
The Transfiguration
233. An Image Of That Heavenly Light
234. O Light Of Light, By Love Inclined
235. O Master, It Is Good To Be
236. ‘Tis Good, Lord, To Be Here!
The Holy Name
237. O Let The Heart Beat High With Bliss
238. Jesu! -The Very Thought Is Sweet!
St. Bartholomew
239. Saints Of God! Lo, Jesu’s People
St. Matthew
240. He Sat To Watch O’er Customs Paid
Michaelmas
241. Thee, O Christ, The Father’s Splendour
242. Christ, The Fair Glory Of The Holy Angels
243. Around The Throne Of God A Band
244. O God The Son Eternal, Thy Dread Might
245. Stars Of The Morning, So Gloriously Bright
246. They Come, God’s Messengers Of Love
St. Luke
247. Saviour, Who Didst Healing Give
St. Simon and St. Jude
248. Thou Who Sentest Thine Apostles
All Saints
249. O Saviour Jesu, Not Alone
250. If There Be That Skills To Reckon
251. O Heavenly Jerusalem
252. Our Father’s Home Eternal
253. Spouse Of Christ, In Arms Contending
Nos. 250-252 are suitable also for other days.
The following are suitable for All Saints’ Day: 197, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 204, 401, 486, 519, 641

PART III.
TIMES AND SEASONS
Morning
254. Now That the Daylight Fills The Sky
255. Come, Holy Ghost, With God The Son
256. At Thy Feet, O Christ, We Lay
257. Awake, My Soul, And With The Sun
258. Christ, Whose Glory Fills The Skies
259. Forth In Thy Name, O Lord, I Go
260. New Every Morning Is The Love
See also for Sunday Morning: 50
For other days, hymns 52 to 57
For Sundays and Week-days: 165
Noon
261. O God Of Truth, O Lord Of Might
262. O God, Creation’s Secret Force
263. Blest Are The Moments, Doubly Blest
The following is also suitable for Mid-day Services: 259
Also many of the simpler Hymns.
Evening
264. Before The Ending Of  The Day
265. As Now The Sun’s Declining Rays
266. At Even When The Sun Was Set
267. Glory To Thee, My God, This Night
268. God, That Madest Earth And Heaven
269. O Gladsome Light, O Grace
270. Holy Father, Cheer Our Way
271. O Strength And Stay Upholding All Creation
272. Round Me Falls The Night
273. Saviour, Again To Thy Dear Name We Raise
274. Sun Of My Soul, Thou Saviour Dear
275. Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go
276. The Day Is Past And Over
277. The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended
278. The Duteous Day Now Closeth
279. The Radiant Morn Hath Past Away
280. The Sun Is Sinking Fast
281. Through The Day Thy Love Has Spared Us
See also for Saturday Evening, 282, below.
For other days: 51
For Week-days: 58-62
Saturday Evening
282. Now The Busy Week Is Done
See also: 49, 164, 465
Sunday
283. Most Glorious Lord Of Life, That On This Day
284. O Day Of Rest And Gladness
See also 50 and 51.
New Year
285. Another Year Is Dawning
286. For Thy Mercy And Thy Grace
The following Hymns are also suitable for the New Year: 3. 361, 368, 382, 389, 405, 418, 450, 507
See also Hymns for Mission Services, 567-585
Spring
287. Kindly Spring Again Is Here
Summer
288. The Summer Days Are Come Again
Harvest
289. Come, Ye Thankful People, Come
290. Fair Waved The Golden Corn
291. O Sing To The Lord, Whose Bountiful Hand
292. To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We Raise
293. We Plough The Fields, And Scatter
The following are also suitable: 309, 447, 475, 532
Also the other Hymns of Thanksgiving, 533 to 537.
Autumn
294. The Year Is Swiftly Waning
Winter
295. ‘Tis Winter Now; The Fallen Snow
Seasons: General
296. Hark, My Soul, How Everything
297. The Spacious Firmament On High
298. Thou Art, O God, The Life And Light
299. When Spring Unlocks The Flowers To Paint The Laughing Soil

PART IV.
SACRAMENTS AND OTHER RITES
Holy Communion
300. According To Thy Gracious Word
301. Alleluya, Sing To Jesus
302. And Now, O Father, Mindful Of The Love
303. Author Of Life Divine
304. Bread Of Heaven, On Thee We Feed
305. Bread Of The World In Mercy Broken
306. Deck Thyself, My Soul, With Gladness
307. Draw Nigh, And Take The Body Of The Lord
308. Father, See Thy Children Bending At Thy Throne
309. For The Beauty Of The Earth
310. From Glory To Glory Advancing, We Praise Thee, O Lord
311. Hail, True Body, Born Of Mary
312. Here, O Lord, I see Thee Face To Face
313. Holy God, We Offer Here
314. Holy Jesus! God Of Love!
315. Jesu, Gentlest Saviour
316. Just As I Am, Without One Plea
317. Laud, O Sion, Thy Salvation
318. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
319. Lord, Enthroned In Heavenly Splendour
320. My God, And Is Thy Table Spread
321. O Food Of Men Wayfaring
322. O Lead My Blindness By The Hand
323. O Most Merciful!
324. O Thou, Who At Thy Eucharist Didst Pray
325. O Word Immortal Of Eternal God
326. Of The Glorious Body Telling
327. Once, Only Once, And Once For All
328. See, Father, Thy Beloved Son
329. Strengthen For Service, Lord, The Hands
330. The Word Of God, Proceeding Forth
331. Thee We Adore, Hidden Saviour, Thee
332. There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood
333. Victim Divine, Thy Grace We Claim
334. We Pray Thee, Heavenly Father
335. Wherefore, O Father, We Thy Humble Servants
Holy Baptism
336. Blessed Jesu! Here We Stand
337. In Token That Thou Shalt Not Fear
338. Lord Jesu Christ, Our Lord Most Dear
339. With Christ We Share A Mystic Grave
The following are also suitable: 93, 389, 426, 484, 488
Confirmation
340. Behold Us, Lord, Before Thee Met
341. My God, Accept My Heart This Day
342. Lord, In Thy Presence Dread And Sweet
343. O Thou Who Camest From Above
344. Thine For Ever! God Of Love
The following are also suitable: 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 389, 390, 429, 479, 480, 518
Marriage
345. O Father All Creating
346. O Perfect Love, All Human Thought Transcending
347. O Thou Who Gavest Power To Love
348. The Voice That Breathed O’er Eden
The following are also suitable: 385, 387, 398, 426, 437, 450, 453, 454, 502
The Sick
349. Thou, Lord, Hast Power To Heal
The Departed
350. Christ Enthroned In Highest Heaven
351. Day Of Wrath And Doom Impending
352. Father Of Spirits, Whose Divine Control
353. Gentle Shepherd, Thou Hast Stilled
354. Hear What The Voice From Heaven Proclaims
355. In Paradise Reposing
356. Jesu, Son Of Mary
357. Lord Jesu, Who At Lazarus’ Tomb
358. Now The Labourer’s Toils Are O’er
359. O Lord, To Whom The Spirits Live
360. What Sweet Of Life Endureth
The following are also suitable: 134, 251, 371, 373, 401, 428, 455, 498, 500, 744

PART V.
GENERAL HYMNS
361. A Few More Years Shall Roll
362. A Safe Stronghold Our God Is Still
363. Abide With Me; Fast Falls The Eventide
364. All Hail The Power Of Jesu’s Name
365. All People That On Earth Do Dwell
366. Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid
367. As Pants The Hart For Cooling Streams
368. At The Name Of Jesus
369. Be Thou My Guardian And My Guide
370. Blest Are The Pure In Heart
371. Brief Life Is Here Our Portion
372. Bright The Vision That Delighted
373. Children Of The Heavenly King
374. Christian, Seek Not Yet Repose
375. City Of God, How Broad And Far
376. Come, Let Us Join Our Cheerful Songs
377. Come, My Soul, Thy Suit Prepare
378. Come Thou Traveller Unknown
379. Come Unto  Me, Ye Weary
380. Come, Ye Faithful, Raise The Anthem
381. Crown Him With Many Crowns
382. Days And Moments Quickly Flying
383. Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind
384. Eternal Ruler Of The Ceaseless Round
385. Father, Hear The Prayer We Offer
386. Father Of All, To Thee
387. Father Of Heaven, Whose Love Profound
388. Fierce Was The Wild Billow
389. Fight The Good Fight With All Thy Might
390. Firmly I Believe And Truly
391. ‘For Ever With The Lord!’
392. For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country
393. Glorious Things Of Thee Are Spoken
394. God Moves In A Mysterious Way
395. God Of Mercy, God Of Grace
396. Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
397. Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer
398. Happy Are They, They That Love God
399. Hark! Hark, My Soul! Angelic Songs Are Swelling
400. Hark, My Soul! It Is The Lord
401. He Wants Not Friends That Hath Thy Love
402. He Who Would Valiant Be
403. Hold Thou My Hands!
404. How Shall I Sing That Majesty
405. How Sweet The Name Of Jesus Sounds
406. I Look To Thee In Every Need
407. Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise
408. Immortal Lover For Ever Full
409. In The Cross Of Christ I Glory
410. In The Hour Of My Distress
411. Jerusalem On High
412. Jerusalem The Golden
413. Jesu, Grant Me This, I Pray
414. Jesu, Lover Of My Soul
415. Jesu, Meek And Gentle
416. Jesu, Meek And Lowly
417. Jesu, My Lord, My God, My All
418. Jesu, Name All Names Above
419. Jesu, The Very Thought Of Thee
420. Jesus Shall Reign Where’er The Sun
421. Jesus, These Eyes Have Never Seen
422. Jesus, Where’er Thy People Meet
423. Judge Eternal, Throned In Splendour
424. King Of Glory, King Of Peace
425. Lead, Kindly Light, Amid The Encircling Gloom
426. Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us
427. Let All The World In Every Corner Sing
428. Let Saints On Earth In Concert Sing
429. ‘Lift Up Your Hearts!’ We Lift Them, Lord, To Thee
430. Lighten The Darkness Of Our Life’s Long Night
431. Light’s Abode, Celestial Salem
432. Long Did I Toil, And Knew No Earthly Rest
433. Lord, It Belongs Not To My Care
434. Lord Of All Being, Throned Afar
435. Lord Of Our Life, And God Of Our Salvation
436. Lord, Thy Word Abideth
437. Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
438. Love Of the Father, Love Of God The Son
439. My Faith Looks Up To Thee
440. My God And Father, While I Stray
441. My God, How Wonderful Thou Art
442. My Lord, My Life, My Love
443. My Spirit Longs For Thee
444. Nearer, My God, To Thee
445. O For A Closer Walk With God
446. O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing
447. O God Of Bethel, By Whose Hand
448. O God Of Mercy, God Of Might
449. O God Of Truth, Whose Living Word
450. O God, Our Help In Ages Past
451. O God, Thy Power Is Wonderful
452. O Happy Band Of Pilgrims
453. O Holy Spirit, Lord Of Grace
454. O King Enthroned On High
455. O Let Him Whose Sorrow
456. O Lord, And Master Of Us All
457. O Lord, How Happy Should We Be
458. O Lord Of Hosts, All Heaven Possessing
459. O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High!
460. O Love, Who Formedst Me To Wear
461. O Praise Our Great And Gracious Lord
462. O Quickly Come, Dread Judge Of All
463. O Thou In All Thy Might So Far
464. O Thou Not Made With Hands
465. O What Their Joy And Their Glory Must Be
466. O Worship the King
467. Oft In Danger, Oft In Woe
468. Peace, Perfect Peace, In This Dark World Of Sin?
469. Pleasant Are Thy Courts Above
470. Praise, My Soul, The King Of Heaven
471. Praise To The Holiest In The Height
472. Pray That Jerusalem May Have
473. Pray When The Morn Is Breaking
474. Prayer Is The Soul’s Sincere Desire
475. Rejoice, O Land, In God Thy Might
476. Rejoice, The Lord Is King
477. Rock Of Ages, Cleft For Me
478. Sing Praise To God Who Reigns Above
479. Soldiers Of Christ, Arise
480. Soldiers, Who Are Christ’s Below
481. Songs Of Praise The Angels Sang
482. Still Will We Trust, Though Earth Seem Dark And Dreary
483. Strong Son Of God, Immortal Love
484. Take Up Thy Cross, The Saviour Said
485. Teach Me, My God And King
486. Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand
487. That Day Of Wrath, That Dreadful Day
488. The Church Of God A Kingdom Is
489. The Church’s One Foundation
490. The King Of Love My Shepherd Is
491. The Lord My Pasture Shall Prepare
492. The Lord Will Come And Not Be Slow
493. The Roseate Hues Of Early Dawn
494. The Strain Upraise Of Joy And Praise, Alleluya!
495. The World Is Very Evil
496. There Is A Blessed Home
497. There Is A Book Who Runs May Read
498. There Is A Land Of Pure Delight
499. There’s A Wideness In God’s Mercy
500. They Whose Course On Earth Is O’er
501. Three In One And One In Three
502. Through All The Changing Scenes Of Life
503. Through The Night Of Doubt And Sorrow
504. Thy Kingdom Come! One Bended Knee
505. Thy Way, Not Mine, O Lord
506. To Mercy, Pity, Peace, And Love
507. To The Name That Brings Salvation
508. We Love The Place, O God
509. We Saw Thee Not When Thou Didst Come
510. We Sing The Praise Of Him Who Died
511. When All Thy Mercies, O My God
512. When Morning Gilds The Skies
513. When Our Heads Are Bowed With Woe
514. Who Is This So Weak And Helpless
515. Wilt Thou Forgive That Sin, By Man Begun
516. Work I Sweet, For God Has Blest
517. Ye Holy Angels Bright
518. Ye Servants Of The Lord
519. Ye Watchers And Ye Holy Ones

PART VI.
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
Absent Friends
520. Holy Father, In Thy Mercy
Almsgiving
521. O Lord Of Heaven, And Earth, And Sea
522. We Give Thee But Thine Own
Beginning and End of Term
523. Lord, Behold Us With Thy Blessing
Farewell
524. God Be With You Till We Meet Again
Hospitals
525. From Thee All Skill And Science Flow
526. Thine Arm, O Lord, In Days Of Old
527. Thou To Whom The Sick And Dying
Societies: Friendly
528. Father Of Men, In Whom Are One
Societies: General
529. Son Of God, Eternal Saviour
The following are suitable for any gatherings of Unions and Societies: 45, 365, 409, 412, 423, 426, 448, 458, 475, 483, 492, 516, 544, 545, 557-566
The following are suitable for Guilds, G.F.S. meetings, &c., in addition to 448 and 516 above: 370, 398, 452, 453, 485, 544, 545, 455.
Societies: Mothers’
530. Lord Of Life And King Of Glory
Societies: Temperance.
531. Father, Who On Man Dost Shower
The following are also suitable for Temperance Socities: 369, 402, 415, 423, 426, 447, 479, 480.
Thanksgiving
532. Let Us, With Gladsome Mind
533. Now Thank We All Our God
534. Praise The Lord Of Heaven; Praise Him In The Height
535. Praise The Lord! Ye Heavens, Adore Him
536. Praise To The Lord, The Almighty, The King Of Creation
537. Rejoice To-day With One Accord
The following are sometimes suitable: 257(11), 309, 380, 461, 475, 478, 494, 517, 519, 559, 564
In Time of Trouble
538. Father, To Thee We Look In All Our Sorrow
The following are also suitable: 294, 435, 455, 482, 513, 557
In Time of  War
539. O Lord Of Hosts, Who Didst Upraise
In Time of Rough Weather
540. Eternal Father, Strong To Save
541. Fierce Raged The Tempest O’er The Deep
For Use at Sea
542. How Are Thy Servants Blest, O Lord!
543. Lord, The Wind And Sea Obey Thee
The following are also suitable: 388, 394, 501, 520, 536
Also may of the Morning and Evening Hymns, and those in the List of Simple Hymns.

PART VII.
CHURCH AND PEOPLE
The Church
544. O Faith Of England, Taught Of Old
545. Thy Hand, O God, Has Guided
The following are also suitable: 362, 375, 384, 393, 435, 450, 458, 464, 472, 488
Home and Foreign Missions
546. Fling Out The Banner! Let It Float
547. From Greenland’s Icy Mountains
548. God Is Working His Purpose Out As Year Succeeds To Year
549. Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates Of Brass
550. O North, With All Thy Vales Of Green!
551. Saviour, Sprinkle Many Nations
552. Spread, O Spread, Thou Mighty Word
553. Thou Whose Almighty Word
554. Thy Kingdom Come, O God
The following are also suitable: Foreign Missions. 43, 45, 420. Home Missions. 423, 448. Home or Foreign Missions. 126, 384, 395, 492, 504, 544, 545
Church Work
555. Dismiss Me Not Thy Service, lord
556. Go Labour On; Spend, And Be Spent
The following are also suitable: 448, 467, 472, 479, 516, 518
National
557. From Foes That Would The Land Devour
558. God Of Our Fathers, Known Of Old
559. God Of Our Fathers, Unto Thee
560. God Save Our Gracious King (Queen)
561. Lord, While For All Mankind We Pray
562. O God Of Earth And Altar
563. Once To Every Man And Nation
564. The King, O God, His Heart To Thee Upraiseth
565. To Thee Our God We Fly
566. When Wilt Thou Save Thy People?
The following are also suitable: 423, 450, 458, 475, 492, 529

PART VIII.
MISSION SERVICES
567. Beneath The Cross Of Jesus
568. Daily, Daily Sing The Praises
569. Evensong Is Hushed In Silence
570. Ho! My Comrades, See The Signal
571. Holy Ghost, Come Down Upon Thy Children
572. I Could Not Do Without Thee
573. I Hear Thy Welcome Voice
574. I Heard The Voice Of Jesus Say
575. I Lay My Sins On Jesus
576. I Need Thee, Precious Jesu
577. O Jesus, I Have Promised
578. O Jesu, Thou Art Standing
579. Rest Of The Weary
580. Safe In The Arms Of Jesus
581. Stand Up!-Stand Up For Jesus!
582. Take My Life, And Let It Be
583. Tell Me The Old, Old Story
584. There Were Ninety And Nine That Safely Lay
585. Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne And Thy Kingly Crown
See also the List of Simple Hymns in the Musical Edition.

PART IX.
AT CATECHISM
586. Advent Tells Us Christ Is Near
587. All Things Bright And Beautiful
588. Behold A Little Child
589. Do No Sinful Action
590. Every Morning The Red Sun
591. Gentle Jesus Meek And Mild
592. Hail The Sign, The Sign Of Jesus
593. Heavenly Father, Send Thy Blessing
594. I Love To Hear The Story
595. I Think When I Read That Sweet Story Of Old
596. In Our Work, And In Our Play
597. It Is A Thing Most Wonderful
598. Jesu, Good Above All Other
599. Jesu, Tender Shepherd, Hear Me
600. Little Drops Of Water
601. Lord, I Would Own Thy Tender Care
602. Loving Shepherd Of Thy Sheep
603. Now The Day Is Over
604. O Dearest Lord, By All Adored
605. Once In Royal David’s City
606. Sing To The Lord The Children’s Hymn
607. There’s A Friend For Little Children
608. There Is A Happy Land
609. Through The Night Thy Angels Kept
610. We Are But Little Children Poor
611. When Christ Was Born In Bethlehem
612. Who Is He, In Yonder Stall
The simpler Hymns in other parts of this book are also suitable for use at Catechism, and should be freely used in addition to the Hymns in this part. A list of such hymns is given in the Musical Edition.

PART X.
PROCESSIONAL
Christmas to Trinity
A Christmas Procession.
613. Of The Father’s Heart Begotten
A Second Christmas Procession.
614. O Come All Ye Faithful
Epiphany Procession.
615. From The Eastern Mountains
616. Hail, Thou Source Of Every Blessing
Palm Sunday.
617. The Children Of The Hebrews
618. O Jerusalem, Look Toward The East
619. Come, Faithful People, Come Away
620. Ride On! Ride On In Majesty!
621. Glory And Praise And Dominion Be Thine, King Christ The Redeemer
622. All Glory, Laud, And Honour
623. Now My Soul, Thy Voice Upraising
Easter-Day: Morning Procession.
624. Hail Thee, Festival Day!
625. The Strife Is O’er, The Battle Done
Easter-Day: Evening Procession.
626. Alleluya! Alleluya! Alleluya!
627. The Lord Is Risen Indeed!
Ascension-Day Procession.
628. Hail Thee Festival Day!
629. O King Most High Of Earth And Sky
Whit-Sunday Procession.
630. Hail Thee Festival Day!
631. Spirit Of Mercy, Truth, And Love
Trinity Sunday Procession.
632. Eternal Light, Divinity
633. All Hail, Adored Trinity
Dedication Festival Procession.
634. Hail Thee Festival Day!
635. Eternal Power, Whose High Abode
A Second Dedication Festival Procession.
636. Only-Begotten, Word Of God Eternal
637. Lo! God Is Here! Let Us Adore
Procession For Any Saint’s Day.
638. Jerusalem, My Happy Home
For Festivals of St. Mary the Virgin the following is also suitable: 218
For other Saints’-days: 200, 252, 641
For Michaelmas. 245
639. The Church Triumphant In Thy Love
640. Virgin-Born, We Bow Before Thee
Suitable for Use in Procession.
641. For All The Saints Who From Their Labours Rest
642. Forward! Be Our Watchword
643. Onward, Christian Soldiers
644. Rejoice, Ye Pure In Heart
645. Saviour, Blessed Saviour
646. The God Of Abraham Praise
The following are also suitable: 172, 198, 212, 368, 380, 392, 412, 494, 503, 519, 544, 647-54

PART XI.
LITANIES, &c.
The Advent
647. God The Father, God The Son… Jesus King Of Boundless Might
Penitence
648. God The Father, God The Son… Father, Hear Thy Children’s Call
The Passion
649. God The Father, Seen Of None
Rogationtide
650. Lord, To Our Humble Prayers Attend
The Church
651. God The Father, God The Son… Jesu, With Thy Church Abide
Evening
652. God Of All Grace, Thy Mercy Send
The Blessed Sacrament
653. God The Father, God The Word
Children
654. God The Father, God The Son… Jesu, Saviour Ever Mild
Commendatory
655. God The Father, God The Son… Hear Us, Son Of God, O Hear!
Story of the Cross
656. See Him In Raiment Rent

PART XII.
INTROITS, &c.
Introits, Grails, &c.
657.-733. Omitted for the present time.
Advent Antiphons, The Reproaches, &c.
734. The Great Advent Antiphons
735. An Advent Prose
736. A Lent Prose
737. Good Friday: The Reproaches
738. Easter Grail And Alleluya
739. An Evening Respond (Suitable after a late Evening Service.)
740. The Same, In Eastertide
741. Benedictus
742. Agnus Dei
743. Agnus Dei (Requiem)
744. Russian Contakion Of The Departed