The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940

Hymnary.org Indexer: Peter Irvine
Publisher: Church Pension Fund, New York, N.Y., 1940
Denomination: (Protestant) Episcopal Church
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500Son of God, eternal SaviorSUPPLICATION
501O Lord and Master of us allWALSALL
502O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sightWOKING
503Non nobis, Domine, not unto usNON NOBIS DOMINE
504Our Father, by whose nameRHOSYMEDRE
505Our Father, by whose servantsCOMMEMORATION
506Father in heaven, who lovest allLLEDROD
507O thou whose feet have climbed life's hillST. MAGNUS
508O God of youth, whose SpiritLYNNE
509Father, we come, with youth and vigor pressingST. OSYTH
510All labor gained new dignityLABOR
511Jesus, thou divine companionPLEADING SAVIOUR
512Eternal Father, strong to save, whose armMELITA
513Almighty Father, strong to saveMELITA
514Holy Father, in thy mercyWESTRIDGE
515From thee all skill and science flowALBANO
516Father, whose will is life and goodSTOERL
517Thine arm, O Lord, in days of oldST. MATTHEW
518Judge eternal, throned in splendorST. LEONARD
519Once to every man and nationEBENEZER (TON-Y-BOTEL)
520Rejoice, O land, in God thy mightWAREHAM
521O God of earth and altarKING'S LYNN
522Lord, Christ, when first Thou [you] camest [cam'st] to men [earth]BOHEMIAN BRETHREN
523God, the Omnipotent, King, who ordainestRUSSIA
524God of grace and God of gloryMANNHEIM
525O day of God, draw nigh in beauty and in powerBELLWOODS
526aGive peace, O God, the nations cryVERMONT
526bGive peace, O God, the nations cryLYNCHBURG
527Peace in our time, O LordTAYLOR HALL
528O God of love, O King [God] of peaceHESPERUS
529Lord God of Hosts, whose mighty handRACINE
530Almighty Father, who dost givePATER OMNIPOTENS
531aO valiant hearts, who to your glory came Through dust of conflict and thro' battle flameBIRMINGHAM
531bO valiant hearts, who to your glory came Through dust of conflict and thro' battle flameVALIANT HEARTS
532Father eternal, Ruler of creationLANGHAM
533Our Father, thy dear name doth showBETHLEHEM
534Thy kingdom come, O Lord, wide circling as the sunHOSMER
535Rise up, O men [man] [youth] of GodFESTAL SONG
536Turn back, O man, forswear thy foolish waysOLD HUNDRED TWENTY FOURTH
537Christ for the world we singMOSCOW
538God is working his purpose outPURPOSE
539aSoon may [shall] the last glad song ariseARMES
539bSoon may [shall] the last glad song ariseTRURO
540Through north and south and east and westOLD HUNDREDTH
541O North, with all thy vales of green, O South with all thy palmsCONQUEST
542Jesus shall reign where'er the sunDUKE STREET
543Christ is the King, O friends, rejoice [upraise]CHRISTUS REX
544Thy kingdom come, O God [Lord], thy rule [reign]ST. CECILIA
545aHail to the Lord's anointedWOODBIRD
545bHail to the Lord's anointedZOAN
546Forward through the agesBLENCATHRA
547aO God of truth, whose living wordMARTYRS
547bO God of truth, whose living wordMARLOW
548Creation's Lord, we give Thee thanks, That this Thy world is incompleteSEABURY
549The Son of God goes forth to warALL SAINTS NEW
550Am I a soldier of the crossMARLOW
551A mighty fortress is our GodEIN' FESTE BURG
552Soldiers of Christ, arise, and put [gird] your armorSILVER STREET
553Go forward, Christian soldier [soldiers]LANCASHIRE
554Lead on, O King Eternal, The day of march has comeLANCASHIRE
555My soul be on thy [your] guardHEATH
556aChristian, dost thou see them [him]SOHREN
556bChristian, dost thou see them [him]ST. ANDREW OF CRETE
557Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the crossST. GERTRUDE
558Oft in danger [sorrow], oft [and] in woeUNIVERSITY COLLEGE
559Brightly gleams our bannerSION
560aFight the good fight with all thy [your] mightRUSHFORD
560bFight the good fight with all thy [your] mightPENTECOST
561Forward be our [thy] watchword, steps [hearts] and voicesST. BONIFACE
562Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the crossWEBB
563He who would valiant beST. DUNSTAN'S
564How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the LordLYONS
565Breast the wave, ChristianFORTITUDE
566aJesus calls us, o'er the tumultCHESTER
566bJesus calls us, o'er the tumultGALILEE
567Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, o'erDULCE CARMEN
568On our way rejoicingHERMAS
569Lo what a cloud of witnessesST. FLAVIAN
570aO Jesus, I have promisedLLANFYLLIN
570bO Jesus, I have promisedDAY OF REST
571aNot always on the mount may we Rapt in the heavenly vision beMONT RICHARD
571bNot always on the mount may we Rapt in the heavenly vision beONEONTA
572O Master, let me walk with thee [you]MARYTON
573Go, labor on, spend and be spentANGEL'S SONG (SONG 34)
574aLord, speak to me [us] that I [we] may speakWILDERNESS
574bLord, speak to me [us] that I [we] may speakHOLLEY
575Lord, who didst send, by two and two before theeLOMBARD STREET
576Come, labor on; Who dares stand idleORA LABORA
577Awake my soul, stretch every nerveCHRISTMAS
578aChildren of the heavenly king as we journeyBRASTED
578bChildren of the heavenly king as we journeyPLEYEL'S HYMN
579aRejoice, ye pure in heartCARLISLE
579bRejoice, ye pure in heartMARION
580Savior, blessed Savior, listen while we singEDINA
581Those eternal bowers man hath never trodST. ALBAN'S
582For the brave of every raceANIMA CHRISTI
583Sing Alleluia [Hallelujah] forth in duteous [loyal]MARTINS
584aO mother dear, JerusalemSOUTHWELL
584bO mother dear, JerusalemMATERNA
585aJerusalem, my happy homeLAND OF REST

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