Church Hymnary (4th ed.)

Committee Chair: John Bell
Hymnary.org Indexer: Stephen Benner
Publisher: Canterbury Press, Norwich UK, 2005
Denomination: Church of Scotland
Language: English
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1How blest are those who do not strayST BOTOLPH (Slater)
2O righteous Lord who set me rightO RIGHTEOUS GOD
3Give ear to my words, O Lord[Give ear to my words, O Lord]Text
4aHow excellent in all the earthWINCHESTER OLDText
4bHow excellent in all the earthWINCHESTER OLDText
5O Lord, our Lord, throughout the earthTRAMPS AND HAWKERS
6God shall endure for aye; he hasSTROUDWATERText
7How long, O Lord, will you forget[How long, O Lord, will you forget?Text
8Whoever leads a blameless life[Whoever leads a blameless life]
9O God, my refuge, keep me safeWETHERBYText
10The stars declare his gloryGIBSONText
11May God draw near when the hour of trouble strikes[May God draw near when the hour of trouble starts]
12My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me[My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me]Text
13My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
14aThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantCRIMONDText
14bThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantCRIMONDText
14cThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantWILTSHIREText
15The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantORLINGTONText
16The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantBROTHER JAMES'S AIRText
17The Lord is my shepherd[The Lord is my shepherd]
18aThe earth belongs to God aloneST MATTHEWText
18bThe earth belongs to God aloneABBEYText
19Ye gates, lift up your heads on highST GEORGE'S (EDINBURGH)Text
20See all the earth is God's[See all the earth is God's]
21aLord, teach me all your waysGARELOCHSIDEText
21bLord, teach me all your waysSERENITYText
22The Lord's my light and saving healthBISHOPTHORPEText
23The Lord is my light and my salvation[The Lord is my light and my salvation]Text
24I will exalt you, O Lord[I will exalt you, O God]
25In you, O Lord, have I taken refuge
26Rejoice in the Lord, you righteous
27I will always bless the LordTALADH CHRIOSTA
28Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heavensLONDON NEWText
29Do not fret because of the wicked
30I waited for the Lord my GodBALLERMAText
31I waited patiently for GodI WAITED PATIENTLY FOR GOD
32As pants the hart for cooling streamsMARTYRDOM (FENWICK)Text
33Athirst my soul for you, the God who is my life![Athirst my soul for you, the God who is my life]
34aO send thy light forth and thy truthMARTYRSText
34bO send thy light forth and thy truthMARTYRSText
35O send thy light forth and thy truthINVOCATIONText
36God is our refuge and our strengthSTROUDWATERText
37God is our refuge, God our strengthSTROUDWATER
38All you peoples clap your hands[All you peoples clap your hands]
39God the Lord, the king almightyHYFRYDOLText
40O God, be gracious to me in your loveSONG 24
41aO God, give ear unto my cryWIGTOWNText
41bO God, give ear unto my cryWIGTOWNText
42Only on God do thou, my soulHOWARD (DUBLIN)Text
43O God, you are my God aloneRESIGNATION
44Praise waits for thee in Zion, LordST. STEPHEN (ABRIDGE)Text
45Lord, bless and pity usSANDYSText
46Most glorious Lord, you have gone upSHEFFIELDText
47Save me, O GodText
48His large and great dominion shallEFFINGHAMText
49I cried aloud, aloud to God[I cried aloud, aloud to God]Text
50The praises of the Lord our GodCAITHNESSText
51God of hosts, you chose a vineST BEESText
52How lovely is thy dwelling-placeHARINGTON (RETIREMENT)Text
53Oh, greatly blest the people areST. STEPHEN (NEWINGTON)Text
54aLord, you have always been our homeATHCHUINGE
54bLord, you have always been our homeSOLDAU (PAVIA)
55Safe in the shadow of the LordCREATOR GODText
56How good it is to thank you, LordST. FULBERT
57The Lord doth reign, and clothed is heSTROUDWATERText
58O come, let us sing unto the Lord[O come let us sing unto the Lord]Text
59aOh, come, and let us to the LordIRISHText
59bOh, come, and let us to the LordBON ACCORDText
60Come, let us praise the LordCHILEAN VENITEText
61Oh, sing a new song to the LordST. MAGNUS (NOTTINGHAM)Text
62Sing a new song to the LordONSLOW SQUAREText
63aAll people that on earth do dwellOLD 100THText
63bAll people that on earth do dwellOLD 100THText
64Sing all creation, sing to God in gladnessCHRISTE SANCTORUM
65Jubilate, everybodyJUBILATE DEO
66Lord, hear my prayer! My cry shall come before youINTERCESSORText
67Let all the peoples praise you, O LordIN DIR IST FREUDE
68O thou my soul, bless God the LordCOLESHILLText
69Just as a father shows his loveKILMARNOCK
70Give praise and thanks unto the LordDUNFERMLINEText
71Give thanks unto the Lord our GodWATSONText
72Alleluia. I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heartText
73Bless the Lord, O saints and servantsCHARTRES
74Not to us be glory givenLUX EOIText
75I love the Lord because he heardST. FLAVIAN (OLD 132nd)Text
76How can I ever thank the LordJACKSON (BYZANTIUM)Text
77Praise the Lord, all you nationsLAUDATE DOMINUM (Berthier)
78Oh, set ye open unto meSOUTHWARKText
79aTeach me, O Lord, the perfect wayYORK (STILT)Text
79bTeach me, O Lord, the perfect wayYORK (STILT)Text
80Blessed are those whose way is pureText
81aI to the hills will lift mine eyesFRENCH (DUNDEE)Text
81bI to the hills will lift mine eyesFRENCH (DUNDEE)Text
82I joyed when to the house of GodST. PAUL (ABERDEEN)Text
83I rejoiced when I heard them say[I rejoiced when I heard them say]
84Now Israel may say, and that truly,OLD 124THText
85Now let God's people, let God's IsraelOLD 124TH
86When Zion's fortunes God restoredEDGBASTON
87Lord, from the depths to thee I criedMARTYRDOM (FENWICK)Text
88Up from the depths I cry to GodMACPHERSON'S RANTText

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