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THE CHRISTIAN 
SCIENCE HYMNAL 



WITH FIVE HYMNS WRITTEN BY 

REVEREND MARY BAKER EDDY 

DISCOVERER AND FOUNDER OF 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

U. S. A. 




t^BOUXilCAL lABlUkSf 

MAR 27 1916 

DiviNnY School 



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Copjrig^t, 1898, 1908, 1905, and 1909 by 



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PREFACE TO THE 1910 EDITION OF 

THE HYMNAL 



In presenting the 1910 edition of the Hymnal, the Committee does not 
claim that all the hymns therein are strictly scientific, as the selection had to be 
made very largely from the writings of authors who were unacquainted with 
the teachings of Christian Science. Nevertheless, it is believed that it is repre- 
sentative of the best religious and poetic thought in hymnology, including a 
number of excellent compositions contributed by Christian Scientists. In the 
musical department an effort has been made to present a useful and varied 
collection of tunes, the purpose being to appeal to every lover of church music, 
of whatever taste or ability. The improvements introduced in the edition of 
1898 (which was a comprehensive revision of the earlier one) have been 
retained, not the least of these being the printing of the words and syllables 
beneath the notes to which they are to be sung. 

The present edition contains five hymns written by Mary Baker Eddy, and 
the hymns "I need Thee every hour," "Fm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger," and 
"Eternity," which were originally included in the Hymnal in accordance with 
her wish. Also two of the tunes, which, in the earlier editions, had become 
very closely associated with her hymns "Shepherd, show me how to go" and 
"O'er waiting harpstrings of the mind," have been reinserted, at Mrs. Eddy's 
request. 

The new book may be used in connection with former editions, as it is not 
so much a revision of the Hymnal, as it is an enlargement. A number of tunes 
that were rarely used have been replaced by others of exceptional merit, and 
some were removed because of complications in the copyright, but in most 
cases the hymns and tunes from 1 to 193 remain unchanged. A new tune has 
been composed for "Shepherd, show me how to go" by Mrs. Eddy, and thirty- 
six other hymns have been given additional settings, the new music having 
been selected, after careful consideration, from a list of several hundred tunes 

taken from the best English, German, and American sources. Ten new hymns 

... 
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PREFACE TO TEE 1910 EDITION OP TBE HYMNAL. 

have been set to the following tunes : "The Mother's Evening Prayer'* by Mrs. 
Eddy to a tune called "Morecambe" ; "The heavens declare the glory/' "All 
power is given unto our Lord/' "Our Gk>d is Love/' and "O tender, loving 
Shepherd/' all by Frederic W. Root to "St. Anselm" by Barnby, "Ein Feste 
Burg" by Martin Luther, "Varina" by George F. Root, and "Homeland" by 
Sir Arthur Sullivan, respectively; "He leadeth me" by J. H. Gilmore to 
"Aughton" by Bradbury; "We thank Thee, heavenly Father," from The 
Christian Science Journal, to a tune by Mendelssohn; "O God, our help in 
ages past" by Watts to "St. Anne" by Croft ; "There's a wideness in God's 
mercy" by the Rev. F. W. Faber to "Carter" by E. S. Carter, and "Come, ye 
disconsolate" by Thomas Moore to "Consolator" by Samuel Webbe. A new 
arrangement of "Abide with me" by Bertha Woods, and a hymn by Mr. Root 
suggested by the words "Rock of Ages/' have also been added. 

Grateful acknowledgments are due to the following publishers and 
individuals, for the use of tunes copyrighted, published, composed, or arranged 
by them: In England— the Rev. W. Boyd, 207; the Rev. R. R. Chope, 230; 
The Congregational Union of England and Wales, 218; J. W. Elliott, 200; 
W. Garrett Horder, 64, 90; M. F. Lomas, 224; James Nisbet & Co., 100; 
Novello & Co., Ltd., 16, 24, 34, 36, 38, 40, 150, 157, 169, 219, 222, 228, 237; 
E. M. Oakeley, 206 ; Reid Bros., Ltd., 226 ; Weekes & Co., 132, 177 : In Amer- 
ica — American Baptist Publication Society, 92; A. S. Barnes & Co., 55, 66, 
167; Biglow & Main, 208; Lyman F. Brackett, many tunes; John Church Co., 
193; Albert F. Conant, 118, 189, 196, 197; Oliver Ditson Co., 51, 115, 163, 
171, 186; Fillmore Bros., 192; the Rev. Charles L. Hutchins, 53, 91, 93; 
Beekman F. Ilsley, 130; William L. Johnson, 161, 179; Mrs. Mary Runyon 
Lowry, 182; Charles H. Morse, 172; Frederic W. Root, 79, 88, 122, 143, 144, 
191; Mrs. C. W. Rosan, 37; George C. Stebbins, 225; and the Century Com- 
pany for over fifty tunes, arrangements, and harmonizations taken from their 
publications. 

Permission to use hymns written, published, or controlled by them has 
been graciously given by the following-named firms and persons: the Rev. 
Mary Baker Eddy, 161, 178, 179, 186, 189, 195, 196, 197, 198; American 
Baptist Publication Society, 27, 56, 66, 75, 130, 212; A. S. Barnes & Co., 10, 
26, 89, 141, 147, 167, 204; Biglow & Main Co., 208; Century Company, 102, 
113, 116, 120, 143, 168, 181, 183, 225; John Church Co., 193; Miss Alice 

iv 



PREFACE TO THE 1910 EDITION OF THE HYMNAL. 

Dayton, 92 ; Rev. S. Baring-Gould, 157 ; Hodder and Stoughton, 76 ; H. O. 
Houghton, 3, 8, 17, 34, 49, 71, 77, 82, 83, 84, 85, 90, 172, 176, 201, 220; Mrs. 
Isabella Keyes, 28 ; Miss Laura C. Nourse, 121, 122 ; Frederic W. Root, 188, 
191, 237, 238, 240 ; and the Universalist Publishing House, 7, 43, 94. Thanks 
are also due for similar courtesies to the firms of C. H. Richards, American 
Unitarian Association, Methodist Book Concern, Anson D. F. Randolph & 
Co., and J. & A. McMillan. 

In ascertaining the ownership of tunes copyrighted in England, much 
assistance was rendered by the firm of Novello & Co., Ltd., of London; and 
valuable information has been obtained from the "Dictionary of Hymnology" 
by John Julian, D.D., and from the "Biographical Dictionary of Musicians" 
by Theodore Baker. 

Words and music known to be copyrighted have not been used without the 
permission of the owners. If inadvertently any copyrighted material has been 
inserted without knowledge of the copyright, the publishers, trusting that they 
may be pardoned for the unwitting infringement, will gladly rectify the mis- 
take in subsequent editions. 

Thb Pubushers. 

Boston, Mass., December, 1909. 



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an - cient Pro-phet's lay, Where there's an o - pen eye to see. 
in e - ter - nal laws, And here, to - day, up - holds His throne. 
ofiF di-vine e - vent" Is noWj and that e - vent is^ Love. 




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seek His face ; Life with its way be - fore us lies, Christ is the 
thou art dear: Re- ly on Him, and thou shalt see That Christ is 

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crown e - ter - nal - ly, Thy joy and crown e - ter - nal-ly. 
path, and Christ the prize, Christ is the path, and Christ the prize, 
all in all to thee. That Christ is all in all to tiiee. 




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22 Winchester, New. l. m. 

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23 Federal Street. l.m. 

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24 Thy Will, Almighty Father, Thine, l. m 

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6 O God, Whose Presence Glows in All. l. m. 



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28 Gtod is the Life, the Truth, the Way. l. m. 



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29 Hamburg, l. m. 



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30 If My Immortal Saviour Lives, lm. 

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31 Hebron, l. h. 

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32 I Cannot Always Trace the Way. l. m. 



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33 Ward. l. m. 

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34 O Love Divine, Whose Constant Beam. l. m. 



J. G. Whittier. abr. 



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35 Rockingham, l. h. 



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39 Bera. l.m. at 

Ninety First Psalm, arr. Tate and Brady. 



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1. He that has God his 

2. His ten - der love and 
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40 Valete. l. m. ei. 

Mrs. J. H. Bell. 



Sir Arthur 8. Sullivan. 




1. Press 

2. Press 



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41 Ortonville. c. m. 



Anon. 



Thomas Hastiaffs. 




1. ''I am the way, the truth, the life/' Our 

2. A way, it is not hedged with forma, A 
8. To point that liv - ing way, to speak That 



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truth ''which makes men free," To bring that quickening life from heav'n, 





Must in my path -way tread. Must in my path-way tread.'' 
That meets the heart's great needs, That meets the heart's great needs. 
Is high -est min - is - try. Is high -est min - is - try. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



\ The Spirit Breathes upon the Word. cu. 

WOliain Oowper, »br. BntokaM. 



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on the na - tions rise, — They rise, but nev - er set 
world of dark-ness shine With beams of heav'n-ly day. 



CHRISTIAN 8CISNCB HYMNAL. 



43 Dedham. c. u. 



Wm. OcrdtiMr. 




1. 


Faith 


grasps the 


bless 


• ing 


she 


de . 


sires. 


2. 


But 


sweet - er 


far 


the 


stiU 


small 


voice. 


8. 


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flow, 


no 


words 


as - 


cend; 




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Hope points the up - ward 

Un • heard by hu - man 

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ear, When (Sod has 

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46 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



44 LambetlL c. m. 

Isaac WattB, alt. and abr. 




Anon. 



1. Hap - py the 

2. Know - ledge — a 

3. This is the 



heart 

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grace 



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blight - est of the train, And strengthens all the rest. . . 
sins will fight and reign. If love be ab - sent there, 
strike our joy - f ul strings. In bright-est realms of bliss. . • 




47 



CHRISTIAN 8CIIHNCE HYMNAL, 



45 Coronation, c. m. 



Bev. F. W. Faber. alt. 



Oliver HoldMi. 




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1. God's glo - ry is a wond'rous thing, Most strange in all its ways, 

2. Oh, blest is he to whom is giv'n The in-stinct that can tell 
8. And blest is he who can di-vine Where right doth real -ly lie, 
4. And right is right,since God hi God ; And right the day must win ; 



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And of all things on earth,least like What men a- gree to praise. 
That God is on the field, when He Is most in - vis - i - ble I 
And dares to take the side that seems Wrong to man's blind - fold eye I 
To doubt would be disloy - al - ty. To f al - ter would be sin I 




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That God is on the field, when He Is most in - vis 
And dares to take the side that seems Wrong to man's blind - 
To doubt would be dis-loy - al - ty, To f al - ter would 



to praise. 

i-blel 

fold eye I 

be sin I 




CHRISTIAN SCIBNCM HYMNAL. 



46 Chesterfield, cm. 

Q. F. P. Hardenburff, abr. 

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1. We say to all men far 

2. He lives; His pres - ence hath 



and near, 
not ceased. 





That Christ has ris'n a - gain ; That He is with us 

Though foes and fears be rife; And thus we hail the 






lunr and here, And er - er shall re - main. 
gM • pel feast, A world re • newed to life I 






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CBRtSTlAN SCIENCS HYllNAL, 



47 Peterborough, c. u. 



Isaao Watts, abr. 




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Ralph Harrison. 



1 



1. Joy 

2. No 

3. He 



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more let sin and sor 

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He comes to make His 
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pare Him room, And heav'n 

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and na • ture sing, 
the curse is found, 
ders of His love. 




CBRISTtAN SCISNCS HYMNAL. 



48 Oaksville. c. m. 



Gharles Zeuner. 




1. Scorn not 

2. No act 
8. Work and 



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How vast its pow'r may be ; Nor what 
Nor care how small it be ; God is 



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each wind - waft - ed seed, Wait - ing its 
suits en - fold - ed dwell With -in it 
all that serve the right. The ho - ly. 



na • tal hour, 
si - lent - ly. 
true, and free. 



CHRISTIAN aCIBNCB HYMNAL. 



49 Arlington, c. m. 



3. 0. Wtaittler. ate. 



Tbomaa A. Am*. 





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To bring the Lord Christ 

A pres-ent help is 

Is by our beds of 

What - e'er our name or 



down; 
He; 
pain; 
sign, 



In vain we search the 
And faith has yet its 
We touch Him in life's 
We own Thy sway, we 





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low - est deeps, 

01 - iv - et, 

throng and press, 

hear Thy call. 



For 
And 
And 
We 



Him no depths can 

love its Gal - i - 

we are whole a 

test our lives by 



drown. 

lee. 

gain. 

Thine! 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



O Whatever Dims Thy Sense of Truth, c. m. 

Uary W. Hale, alt. and abr. , Braokett. 



m$^ 



1. What - ev 

2. Pre - serve 
8. And pray 



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the 

of 



dims 

tab 

God, 



thy sense 

let of 

that grace 



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thy thoughts 
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Or stains thy pur • i • ty, Though light as breath of 

From ev - 'ry blem - ish free, While the Re -deem - er*s 

To tread this nar - row way: — How dark so • ev - er 





sum 


- mer air, 


Count 


it 


as 


sin 


to 


thee. 


low 


- ly faith 


Its 


tem - 


pie 


makes 


with 


thee. 


it 


may seem. 


It 


leads 


to 


cloud - 


less 


day. 



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51 Manoah. c. m. 

William Goode. 

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AxT. from O. A. BoeslziL 




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From guile their tho'ts are free, 

In full - est light of love, 

Th' en-graft - ed word re - ceive, 

Doth Christ the Lord pre - pare ; 



To them shall God re - 
In this their trust, they 
Whom the first sigrn of 
Whose bliss no heart of 





yeal Him 
ask no 
heay'n - ly 
man can 



- self, 
more 
pow*r 
reach, 



They shall His glo - ry 

Than guid - ance from a 

Per - suades, and they be 

No hu - man voice de 



see* • • • 
bove. . . 
lieve. . . 
clare. . . 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



2 Bemerton. c. m. 

O. F. Alexander. 



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yet on earth. Our hearts may be in heaven. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



53 NaiOmi. c. m. 



J. H. O. NaeffeU. 
AxT. by Ijoweu Mason. 




1. Help 

2. Help 
8. Up 



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us 
in 



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to build each 
to Thee, our 



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Let each his friend - ly 

In - crease our faith, con 
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care, 
love, 
low. 




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56 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



54 St. Etheldreda. c. m. 

HoratluB Bonar, alt. and abr. 



Bev. Thomas Turton. 



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of this earth How might - y is Thy voice I 

kings and priests Are poor in hu - man eyes. 




67 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



55 Maitland. c. m. 

John Milton, tit. and abr. 



rtTTt-riizj 



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O. N. Allen. 



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1. How 

2. Lord 
8. For 



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love - ly are Thy dwell - ings, Lord» 
God of Hosts, aJtaX reign'st on high, 
Grod the Lord, both sun and shield. 



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Who on Thee on - ly 
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will re - ly, In Thee a - lone will 

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3 Oh» Speed Thee, Christian, on Thy Way. c. m. 



Braokett. 






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1. Oh, speed thee, Chris - tian, 

2. There is a bat - tie 
8. Oh, faint not, Chris - tian I 



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to run; 
His throne : 



With gird - ed 
A crown of 
The race must 




loins the call o - bey, That g^ce and mer - cy bring, 
glo - ry to be sought, A vie - t'ry to be won. 
come be -fore the prize. The cross be - fore the crown. • 



CHEISTIAN SCIENCJS HYMNAL. 



57 Balerma. c. m. 

Joseph Swain. 



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Buffh Wilson. 



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1. How sweet, how heav'n 

2. When, free from en 

3. Let love, in one 

4. Love is the gold 



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de - light 

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the sight, 

and pride, 

fill stream, 

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Through ev 
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love 
all a - 

bos - om 
hearts a • 

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bove, 
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oth - er's peace de - light. And 

broth - er's fail - ings hide. And 

sweet, and dear es - teem In 

heir of heav'n who finds His 



so ful - fill His word I 
show a broth - er*8 love I 
ev - 'ry ac - tion glow, 
bos - om glow with love. 



CSmSTlAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



) Albano. c. m. 



Anon. 



Vlnoent Novello. 




3. 



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1. Be - neath the thick but 

2. Tra - di - tions, forms, and 

3. Strong hearts and will - ing 



break - ing cloud, 
self - ish aims 
hands we need, 




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We talk of Chris -tian life; The words of Je - sus 
Have dimmed the in - ner light; Have close - ly veiled the 
Our tem - pie to re - pair ; Re - move the gath - 'ring 






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our lips. Our 
spir - it • world And 
dust of years. And 



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hearts with 
an - gels 
show the 



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from 
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59 Evan. c. m. 

^mns and Tttnes, at>r. 




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1. Now 

2. We 
8. The 



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The smile of God they feel ; He doth the se - cret 



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of His joy To blame - less hearts re - veal. 



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62 



CHRISTIAN SCLENCB HYMNAL. 



60 Speak Gtently, it is Better Far. cm. 



G. W. Lanirford. 



1. Speak gen - tly, 

2. Speak gen - tly 

3. Speak gen - tly: 



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kind - ness made them so ; O win them back 
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



61 Azmon. c. m. 

Isaac Watts. 
Arr. by William Cameron, alt. and abr. 



O. G. Glaser. Arr. by Ix>'well Maaon. 




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4. They, with un - wea - ried 



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The Rock of A - ges stands 



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And youth-ful vig - or 
The path of life di 



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But those who wait 
With grow -ing ar 

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mind,and trace 
e - vil hour 
on the Lord, 



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62 Te Timid Saints, Fresh Courage Take. c. u. 



William Cowper, alt. and ate. 



Braokett. 




1. Ye tim 

2. His pur 

3. Blind un 



id saints, fresh cour 
pos - es will ri 

be - lief is sure 



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pen fast, 
to err. 



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Un - fold - ing ev - 'ry hour ; The bud may have a 
And scan His work in vain ; God is His own in - 




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and will break In bless - ings on your head, 
bit - ter taste. But sweet will be the flow'r. 
ter - pret - er, And He will make it plain. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



63 Hebdomadal, c. m. 

Bernard Barton, alt. and abr. 



Thomas Banks Strong. 




1. Walk 

2. Walk 
8. Walk 
4. Walk 



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thou shalt 

thou shalt 

thou shalt 



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see 



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Thy heart made tru - ly His, Who dwells in cloud - less 

Thy dark - ness passed a - way. Be - cause that Light hath 

Thy path,though thorn - y, bright,' For God by grace shall 




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64 Sacrifice, c. m. 



laaao W«tt«. abr. 



!• Joy 
2. No 
8. He 



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to the world, the 
more let sin and 

rules the world with 



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Let earth re - ceive her King ; Let e v - 'ry heart pre - 
Nor thorns in - fest the ground. He comes to make His 
And makes the na- tions prove The glo - ries of His 



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bless - ings flow, Far as the curse 

right- ecus - ness, And won - ders of 



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By pennlision of W. Gabbbtt Hordxb. 

67 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



65 St. Agnes, c. m. 

Samuel JohxiBon, abr. 

I 



&ev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. Doo. 




1. Cit y 

2. One ho 
8. How gleam 
4. In vain 



of 

ly 

Thy 
the 



God, 

Church, 

watch 



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how 
one 
fires 
ge's 



broad and 
ar - my 
through the 
an . gry 



far 
strong, 
night, 
shock, 





Out -spread Thy walls sub - lime ! The true Thy char - tered 

One stead - fast high in - tent, One work - ing band, one 

With nev - er - faint - ing ray 1 How rise Thy tow'rs, se - 

In vain the drift - ing sands ; Un-harmed up - on th' E - 



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ter - nal Rock, 



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Of ev - 'ry age 

One King Om - nip 

To meet the dawn - ing 
Th* E - ter - nal Cit - y 



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tent I 
day I 
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CH&ISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



66 Elvet. en 

8. F. Smith, abr. 



Bev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. Doo. 




1. Plant 

2. Joined 



ed 
in 



in Christ, 
one bod 



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may we be : 



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One in - ward life par - take ; One be our heart, one 



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faith and joy, We yield to Thee, O Lord I 

heav'n • ly hope In ev - 'ly bos • om wake. 






Muvto from Plymouth Hymnal, published by A. S. Barnxs ft Co. Used by pemlssloii. 

69 



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67 Belmont, c. il 

W. H. Bathurst, abr. 




1. O for 

2. A faith 
8. Oh, give 



a faith that 
that shines more 
us such a 



r 

will not shrink, 

bright and clear 

faith as this. 




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Though pressed by ev - 'ry f oe ; • 
When tern - pests rage with - out ; • 
And then, what -e'er may come,. 



That will not trem - Ue 
That when in dan - ger 
We'll taste, e'en here the 





on the brink 
knows no fear, 
hal - low'd bliss 



Of a - ny earth • ly 
In dark - ness feels no 
Of an e - ter • nal 



woe; • 
doubt \ • 
home. • 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of Gtod. c. m. 



•V. F. W. Faber, abr. 



Braokett. 




1. I wor 

2. When ob 
8. He al 



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sta • cles and 
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Like pris - on walls to be, . . . 
To him no chance is lost; . . 



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I do 
God's will 



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'ry day I 
the lit - tie 
is sweet - est 







live, 
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to 



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can 
him 



seem 

do, 

when 



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leave the rest 

tri - umphs at 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



69 Christmas, c. m. 

John Morison, abr. 



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Arr. from G. F. Handel. 



3 



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1. To 

2. His 
8. His 



us a Child of 
name shall be the 
pow'r, in • creas • ing, 



Hope is bom. 

Prince of Peace, 
still shall spread ; 



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To us a Son is giv'n; Him shall the tribes of earth o - bey, 
For - e V - er-more a • dor'd ; The Won-der - f ul, the Counsel - lor. 
His reign no end shall know; Jus-tice shall guard His throne above. 



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The great and might- y Lord I The great and might -y Lord I 
And peace a - bound be • low, And peace a • bound be - low. 



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CHRISTIAJf SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



70 Lord 1 1 Have Made Thy Words My Choice, c. h. 



Isaac Watts, alt. and abr. 



Braokett, 




1. Lordl 

2. I'U 
8. *Tis 



I 

read 

a 



have made 

the his 

broad land 



Thy 
fry 
of 



word 

of 
wealth 



my 
Thy 



un - 



choice, 

love, 

known, 



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All Voices in Unison ( or Solo.) 







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My last - ing her 
And keep Thy law 
Where springs of life 




r r 

i - tage s There shall my no - blest 

in sight, While thro* the prom - is - 

a - rise ; Seeds of im - mor - tal 



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rove, 

sown. 



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With ev 
And hid 



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er 

den 



thoughts en - gage, 
fresh de - light 
glo - ry lies. 



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The miaU ootes are for aeoompaniment only. 



73 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HT2LNAL, 



71 Simpson, cm. 

J. O. Wblttler, abr. 



nx>m Iionls Spolir. 





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In 
As 
What 



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pres ence mak 

diff - 'ring phrase 

words are less 

may Thy 



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eih one : As, 

we pray ; But, 

than deeds ; And 

vice be ? Nor 



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fig - ured clouds of white, We trace the noon - day sun. 

clear, we own in Thee The Light, the Truth, the Way. 

trust can find Thy ways We miss with chart of creeds, 

form, nor rit - ual word. But sim - ply f ol - I'wing Thee. 



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74 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



72 St. Flavian, cm. 



laaao Watts, abr. 



Day's Psalter. 




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1. We walk by faith 

2. 'Tis pleas - ant to 



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of joys to come ; 

be - lieve Thy grace. 



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Faith lives 
But we 



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had 



on His word; But while the bod 
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sent 





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ab - sent from the Lord, 
pres - ent, Lord, with Thee. 



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CHBISTLAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



73 Avon. c. M. 

Anon, alt. 



Huffh Wnioii. 



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1. Our God 

2. Teach us 
8. Heirs of 
4. So may 



IS 

to 
the 
the 



love; 

love 

same 

un 



and 
each 
im 
be 



all 
oth 
mor 
liev 



His 
er, 
tal 
ing 



saints 

Lord, 

bliss, 

world 



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His im - age bear be - low ; The heart with love to 

As we are loved by Thee ; None who are tru - ly 

Our hopes and aims the same, With bonds of love our 

See how true Chris -tians love; And glo - ri - fy our 

■J ^ ... . . J— f-;gi 





God in - spired, With love 

bom of God, Can live 

hearts u - nite. With mu 

Sav - iour's grace. And seek 



to 
in 

tual 
that 



man 

en 

love 

grace 



will glow, 
mi - ty. 
in - flame, 
to prove. 




76 



CHBI8TIAN 8CIENCS HYMNAL. 

74 Come» Te that Know and Fear the Lord. c. m. 



Oeorve Burder, abr. 

ft,. 



Brsokett. 




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1. Come, ye that know and fear the Loid^ 

2. This pre • cious truth His word de - olaies, 



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And all His mer - cies prove; Je • sus, the 



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heart and voice ac-cord, To sing that **God 
gift of gifts ap-pears, To show that ** God 



is love." 
is love." 




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77 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL, 



75 Heber. c. m. 

Oeo. W. Dotuie, alt. 



O«or00 Klncsley. 




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1. Thou 

2. Thou 
8. Thou 
4. Thou 



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s; 



te 



art 
art 
art 
art 



the 


Way: 


to 


Thee 


the 


Truth: 


Thy 


word 


the 


Life: 


the 


rend 


the 


Way, 


the 


Truth, 



a - lone 

a - lone 

ing tomb 

the Life, 



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From sin and death we flee; 

True wis-dom can im - part; 

Pro - claims Thy con - qu'ring arm ; 

Grant us that Way to know; 



And he who would the 
Thou on - ly canst im • 

And those who put their 

That Truth to keep, that 





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Fa - ther 

fold that 

trust in 

Life to 



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Truth, 
Thee 
win. 



Must seek Him, 

And pu - ri 

Nor death nor 

Whose joys e 



Lord, 

heU 
ter 



by 
the 
shaU 
nal 



Thee, 
heart 
harm, 
flow. 



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CMMBTtAN SCIENCE MtMNAL. 



76 St. Leonard, cm. 



T. H.01U. 



Etoniy Snwit. 




^ 



1. Walk with 

2. Te shall 



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your 
not 



God 

faint, 



a 
ye 



long 
shall 



the 
not 



road, 
fail, 








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Your strength He will re - new ; Wait on the ev - er 
Made in the spir - it strong; Each task di - vine ye 




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still shall hail. And blend it with a 



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song. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



77 Colchester, cm. 



J. a. Whittier. 



Henry PurcelL 





For 
AU 
The 
And 



ev - er 

oth - er 

mistB of 

ev - 'ry 



flow 
names 
earth 
sym • 



ing free, 
a - bove ; 
a - way I 

bol wanes : 



For ev - er shared, for 

But love a - lone knows 

Shine out, O Light di - 

The Spir - it o - ver- 





ev - er whole, A nev - er - ebb - ing seal 

whence it came, And com - pre - hend - eth love, 

vine, and show How wide and far we stray! 

brood - ing all, E - ter - nal Love, re - mains. 



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CmtlSTlAlf SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



78 Harville. c. m. 

Garolino A. Mason, abr. 



James Flint. 




1. 1 

2. He 






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can - not walk 
is my stay 



in 
and 



dark 
my 



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de - 



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long, My Light is by my side : I can - not stum-ble 
fence, How shall I fail or fall ? My keep- er is Om- 



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or go wrong, While f ol - I'wing such a guide, 

nip - o - tence ; My Ru - ler ml - eth all. 



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CSMSTtAN SCIBNCS BYMNAL. 



79 Coventry, c. m. 




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BnffUflh Melody. 
Arr. by Frederic W. Boot. 



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1. The God who made both 

2. The poor, op - pressed by 
8. By Him the blind re 



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all their 

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And all that they 
Are saved by His 
The weak and fall'n 



con - tain, Will 
de - cree; He 
He rears ; With 



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gives the 
kind re - 



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hun - gry 
gard and 





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need - ful food, 
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pris - 'ners free, 
right - ecus cares. 



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CffSISTtAir SCtMNCE MYMlfAL. 



80 Bright was the Quiding Star that Led. c. m. 



Harriet Aaber» abr. 



Braokett. 



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1. Bright was 

2. But, lol 
8. Oh, haste 

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the 
a 
to 



guid 

bright 

fol 



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er, clear 

low where 



that led, 
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With mild, be - nig - nant ray, . 
Now points to his a - bode: . 
The gra - cious call o - bey, . 



The Gen - tiles to the 
It shines thro' sin and 
Be rug -ged wilds or 





low - ly shed Where the Re - deem - er lay. . • 

soar - row's night, To guide us to our Lord. • . 

flow - 'ry meads The Chris - tian's des - tined way. . . 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



81 Southport. c. M. 



OeoTffe Klxiir>l^* 




at - inos - phere 
Prin - ci - pie 
mor - tal sense 



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of 
of 

we 



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love di - vine, 

be - ing, God« 

must de - stroy, 




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We live, and move, and breathe ; Tho' mor - tal eyes may 
Is with us ev - 'ry - where ; He holds us per - feet 
If we would bring to light The won - ders of e - 



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see it not; "lis sense 

in His love, And we 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE EYMNAL. 



82 Abrige. cu. 

Samuel Lonfff allow. 



1. The lov - ing 

2. The faith - ful 
8. No hoi . low 



friend to all 

wit • ness to 
rite, no life 



Isaac 8mltli« 




who bowed 
the truth, 
less creedi, 





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Be - neath life's wea • ry load, From lips bap - tized in 
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so • la • tions flowed, 
ters of the world, 

and heaven were there. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



83 Dundee, c. m. 



J. a. Whlttler. 



aaillamne Fraa^ 




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2. The truths 

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least, in 





could not gain, Your peace - ful 
and of God Speaks out up 
ear - nest pray'r, God's bless - ing 



zeal shall find, 
on your side, 
on the Right. 




86 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



84 St. Iffagnus. cm. 

Samuel Ijoncf eUow. 



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85 St. Martin's, cm. 

lEtaunuel Lonirtellow, abr. 



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2. From old - 
8. Her priests 






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she a - dores. With si - lence 

bap - tized ones ; Love, her 



chang-ing place, 
or with psaln 
com - mu - nion-cup. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



|l Make Channels for the Streams of Love. c. ii 



.Slcliard C. Trench. 



Brackett. 




1. Make chan - nels for 

2. But if at a 
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founts of love for us Will soon be parched and dried. . 
give, we cease to have, Such is the law of love. . 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



87 Eckhardtsheim. c. h. 



Olutrlas Zdnner. 



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2. Midst keen 
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grate -ful, sought his life; He la -bored for their good, 
tread his ho • ly steps. His joy and glo - ly share. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



88 Preghiera. c. m. 

James Montgomery, alt. and abr. 



Frederio W. Boot. 




1. Pray'r is 
2« Pray'r is 
3. Pray'r is the Chris-tian's vi - tal 



the heart's sin - cere de 
the sim - plest form of 



sire, . 
speech, 
breathy 



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in - f ant lips can try ; . . . . Pray'r the sub - lim - est 

Chris - tian's na - tive air : . . . His watch - word o - ver - 





r. 

hid - den fire 
strains that reach . 
com - eth death — 



That trem - bles in 
The Maj - es - ty 



the breast, 
on high. 



He 



en - ters heav'n with pray'r. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



89 St. Asaph, c. m. d. 

B. H. Sears, alt. 



J. M. GiomoTidil. 




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1. It came up - on the mid - night clear, Tl 

2. O ye, be - neath life's crush - ing load. Whose 
8. For lo, the days are hast - 'ning on, By 



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pain - ful steps and slow I 
come the time fore - told. 




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wea - ly road. And hear the an - gels sing, 
back the song Which now the an • gels sing. 



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CERISTtAN SCIENCB HYMNAL. 



90 Petersham, c. m. d. 



J. O. Whittlar. 



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truth di - vine, The call of Grod, is giv'n; 
in - ward ear It whis - pers soft and low; 



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91 Brattle Street, c.hd. 



John Byland. 



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Thee; I must have all things 
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Humony eopyrlght by Bst. Chablbs L. HuroHm. TTaad by pennlMkm. 

96 



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my care on Thee ; 



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Say - iour saith, Whose word can 
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in Thy name, 
nev - er fail, 
praise Thee more. 



97 



CHRISTIAN SCtMNCM SYMNAL, 



92 Spohr. c. m. d. 

Alice Dayton. 




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Un - hal - lowed thought He 
The long - ing to be 





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good 



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di - vine; His works pass not a - way. 

not plan — Love's work and Love must fit. 
and true Has brought the Light a - gain 



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Man is the 

Life, Truth, and 
And Man does 



no - blest work of God, 

Love the pat • tern make, 

stand as God's own child. 



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Christ is 


the 


per - feet 


heir; 


The clouds of sense roll 


The im - 


age 


of His 


Love. 


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back, and show The form di - vine - ly fair, 
ev • *ry tongue, And heav'n and earth ap • prove. 



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CHBtSTlAN SCtBNCB BTMNAL. 



93 Dennis, s. ic. 

Philip Doddridge, abr. 



J. H. O. NaegaU. 






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saints se - cure - ly dwell ; 
changed from day to day : 

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song a - way. 



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HMmoiqr oopyrtght by Ber. Chablbs L. Hutchuts. Vaed by petmlatlon. 

100 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL, 



Our Heaven is Everywhere. s.u. 



Oaa Fletoher, alt. and abr. 




Braokett. 



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2. 'Tis 


where 


the 


trust • 


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If we but love our God, . 
Bows meek-lj to its grief, . 
Sweet peace is ev - er there;. 



Un-swerv - ing tread the 

Still look - ing up with 

If we but love and 





it 



nar - row way. And ev - er 
ear - nest faith For com - fort 
serve the Lord, Our heav'n is 



shun the broad, 
and re - lief. • 
ev - *iy - where. 



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101 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



95 Thatcher, s. h. 

Anon. 



O. F. HandeL 




X 



1. O Spir . it, source of light, Thy grace is 

2. Now to our eyes dis - play The truth Thy 
8. Thy teach - ings make us know The mys - t'ries 



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CHBISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



3 Imposture Shrinks from Light, s. m. 



Thomas Scott, alt. and abr. 



Braekett. 



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1. Ln - pos - ture shrinks from light, 

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8. The truth Thou dost im - part, 



And dreads the 
Cre - at - ed 
May we with 





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free, • • 


Our 


faith 


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truths the 
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test in - vite, They bid 
dare not rest. Sub - ject 
va - sive art, And fear 



us search and try. 
to none but Thee. 
- ing Thee a - lone. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



97 State Street. s.m. 

Felicia D. Hemans, alt. and abr. 



Jonathan O. Woodman. 





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pure re • pose and love Breathe thro' the bright, ce - 
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 

\ Let Party Names No More. s. m. 

Benjamin Beddome. 



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names 


no 


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saints 


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earth, 


Let 


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bond and free, Are one in Christ their head, 
her - i - tance, With mu - tual bless • ings crowned, 
ev - er flow, And ev • *ry heart is love. 



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CHRISTIAJS SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



99 Laban. s. m. 

M. J. H. Zlnk, abr. 



Lowell Mason. 




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It will re - lieve the heart 
No oth - er can we choose. 
And there find health and rest. 






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3 Holyrood. s. m. 

•▼. OeoTire Herbert, abr. 



James Watson. 



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Thou tiie way,^ — In all be Thou the end. 

this the cause. The mean - est work di - vine. 




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107 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



101 St. Thomas. s.m 

James Montgromeiy, alt. 

h 



William Tansur. 




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2. Sup - port - ed by His 
8. 'Tis He that works to 



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end - less day. 
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108 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



102 Momington. s. m. 

Mrs. Lydia H. Slgroumey, abr. 



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where 


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103 Boylston. s. h. 

Obarlea Wesley, abr. 



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I Heirs of Unending Life. s. m. 

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105 AthoL s. M. 

PhiUp Doddridflre. 



Balph Haniflon. 



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3 Carlisle, s. m. 



[rs. Vokes. 



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at - tend your way. 
cred cour-age go. 
of all His foes. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



107 Olmutz. s. M. 

Oharles Panions, abr. 



Arr. by Lowell Mason. 



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I Sow in the Mom Thy Seed. s.m. 

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109 Silver Street, s. m. 

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Make Haste, O Man, to Do. s. m. 

HoratiuB Bonar, alt. and abr. 

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lose in sloth. When all to Truth must come. 
thee to sleep — Up, watch, and work, and pray! 

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Ill Sicily. 8s, 7s. 

John Bowe, alt. and abr. 

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Mas - ter call - ing, His com - mands may we re - vere. 
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



2 St. Oswald, to, ?•. 

rame* Montgomery* i^br. 



Rev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. Doo. 




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des - ei-t wilds thou sleep, 
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CHRISTIAN SCIMNCJS MYMNAL. 



113 Bartimeus. as ?■. 

Sttmuel Johnson, abr. 



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shrink- ing, broth - er ! 
shalt de • liv • er; 



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Je - sus trod it, — press thou on I 
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114 Merton. 8b, ts. 

John Bowrinff , abr. 



Willlftm Henry Monk, Mua. Doc. 






Ail the path in which we rove ; Bliss He wakes and 
Will His change - less good - ness prove ; From the gloom His 
Hope and com • fort from a - bove ; Ev • 'ry - where His 




woe He light • ens; God 
brightness stream - eth ; God 
glo • ly shin - eth, God 



is wis - dom, God is Love, 
is wis - dom, God is Love. 
is wis • dom, God is Love. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HTMNAL. 



115 Bathbun. ss, ?■. 

Gottfried Arnold. Tr. by Mloa O. Wlnkworth, alt. <md ate. 




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But his God, whose boundless love 

Walk - eth not in shad - ows vain, 

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peace is tak-ing Through this vale of tears and paint 

Him for • ev • er In whom all our full • ness lies I 



CHBISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



116 Cast Thy Bread upon the Waters, as, 78. 

Pboebe A. Hansford, alt. and abr. Braokett. 

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117 Stockwell. 8b, 7s. 



D. B. Jones. 




1. Hear our pray'r, oh gra - cious Fa 

2. Armed with faith may 
8. Like the star of 



we press on 
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ev - 'ry stonn of er - ror, With the sweet words,"Peace,be stiU. 
depths of er - ror^s dark -ness. In - toTruth'se - ter- nal day. 



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118 Enow, O Child, Thy Full Salvation, sm ?«. 

Henry Francis Lsrte, alt. and abr. 



J. 8. Bach. 
Arr. by Albert F. Ck>nant. 




1. Know, O child, 

2. Think what spir 
8. Haate thee on 




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did to win thee ; Child of heav'n,can'st thou re - pine ? 
day be - fore thee, God's own hand shall guide thee there. 




CHEISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



119 Wilmot. 88.78. 

8t. Thomas of Aqxiino. 



C. M. von Weber. 




1. On 

2. He, 
8. Lol 
4. To 




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Staid the seeds of truth to sow ; Then He closed, in 

New - er rights of grace pre - vail ; Faith for all de - 

Thro' the Son who reigns on high. Be sal - va - tion, 



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hon - or, bless - ing, Might, and end - less maj - es - ty. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



120 Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer, u, ?■. 



Mm. la, M. Willis, abr. 



Braokett. 




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Do we ask our way to be; 
Would we i - dly qui - et stay ; 



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121 



• 8s, 78. 



Laura C. Noiirse, alt. and abr. 



1. Now sweep - ing down 

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22 Redeemer, ss, ?& 



Laura C. Nourse, alt. and abr. 



G. F. Handel. 
Arr. by Frederlo W. Root. 




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2. For God 



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CHRISTIAN SCIBNCB HYMNAL 



123 St. Sylvester. 8i.7s. 

B. O. Waterston, abr. 

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Rev. J. B. Dyke*, Mua. Doo. 



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2. World • lings blind • ly may re 
8. Thrones may tot - ter, em • pires. 



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Close their eyes and call it night; 
All their glo-ries cease to be; 



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Creedsanddog-mas all may 
Learn - ed scof - fers may a • 
While She,Christlike,crown8 the 

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24 Vainly Through Night's Weary Hours. 8a,78. 



Henry Francis Lyte. 



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Did not God that la - bor bless ; Vain, with -out His grace and 
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125 Autumn, ss, 78, d. 



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126 Austria, ss, ?•. d. 

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127 Bavaria, ss, 78, d 

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128 Peace be to this Congregation. 8s,7a,D. 



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129 Greenville, te, ?•, d. 



J. M. Neale, «lt. 




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130 nsley. Sa, 7a, D. 

Thomaa Hastlnffs, alt. 



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142 



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Show'rs of 
Lol the 



rain will fall from hear - en, 
scene of yer - dure bright - 'ning, 





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CHmSTlAN SCIENCE BYMNAL. 



131 Weimar, sb, ts, 4.. 

Bev. Thomas Kelly, alt. 



Anotont Melody. 




1. Look, ye saints I the day is break -ing; Joy - f ul times are 

2. God of Ja - oob, high and glo - nous I Let Thy pec - pie 





near at hand;God, the might -y God, is speak-ing By His word in 
see Thy pow'r ; Let the gos - pel be vie - to - rious Thro' the world for 





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144 



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32 Wildersmouth. 8s,7a,4i. 



B«T. Tbomaa Kelly, sbr. 




■. J. Hopkina, Mua. Ooo. 



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2. In the for - nace Ood may prore thee» Thence to bring thee forth more bright, 




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But no chan - ges Can at - tend Je - ho - vah's love. 
Ood is with thee ; God thine ev - er - last - ing light 



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146 



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133 Zion. 8b, 7s, 4& 



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134 Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah I sb, ts, 4>. 

William Williams, alt. and abr. Braokatt. 




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135 Nuremburg. ts. 



Jooifth Conder. 



Johann Budolph Able. 




1. Day 

2. Day 
8. Lord, 
4. Thou 



by 
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<'Dai - ly strength for dai - ly needs : Cast fore - bod - ing 

All my san- guine hopes have planned, To Thy wis - dom 

Day by day to Thee I live ; So shall add - ed 




mer - cy fed, 

fears a - way; 

I re - sign, 

years ful • fil 



Give me. Lord, my dai • ly bread. 

Take the man - na of to - day.'' 

And would mould my will to Thine. 

Not my own, my Fa - ther's wilL 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



136 Everlasting Arms of Love. ts. 

J. B. Macduft 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



137 Hendon. ts. 

William OaskeU, abr. and alt. 



O. H. A. 




1. Might- 7 

2. All that 
8. What 80 - 



Grod, the First, the Last, What are a - ges 
be - Ing e'er shall know, On, still on, Uuo' 
e'er our lot may be, Calm - I7 in this 





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far - thest years, All e - ter - ni - ty can show. Bright be • 
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watch with- in the night? Or a watch with -in the night? 
fore Thee now ap • pears. Bright be - fore Thee now ap - pears, 
love Thee and be blest. We shall love Thee and be blest. 




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38 Partners of a Glorious Hope. ts. 



Oharles Wesley, alt. 



Braokett. 




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8. In our 



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the strife, Keep the ho - ii - ness of life; 

ried press. Seize the crown of right - eous - ness. 

re - move, Faith that al - ways works by love. 




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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



139 Pleyel. ?.. 

J. T. B»hTim»lT. Tr. by Mlas O. Wlakwortb, abr 



Ignao* Ptoj«L 




1. Word 

2. Lol 
8. Lotd 




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Might -y shall the har- vest be; But the reap - ers 
Joy and strength to work for Thee, Till the na - tions 

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still are few; Great the work they have to do. 
far and near See Thy light. Thy law le - veie. 



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Wait, My Heart* upon the Lord. ts. 



f. Lloyd, alt. and abr. 



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God has prom • ised 
Faith - ful, pos - i - 





on His word, " As thy days thy strength shall be.** 
need - ful grace — " As thy days thy strength shall be.** 
tive, and sure — " As thy days thy strength shall be." 



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141 Dijon. 7.. 

Oliver Eolden. 




1. They 

2. In 

8. Then, 



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look to God in pray'r, God is pres - ent ev - *iy - where, 
an • swer ev - 'ry pray'r, God is pres - ent ev - 'ly - where. 




156 



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I Holy Bible I Book Divine I ?•. 

obn Burton^ abr. 



Braokett. 




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Mine 


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^uide and guard ; Mine to give a rich re - ward ; — 
liv • ing faith, Man can tri - umph o - ver death. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



1 143 Herford. 7s. 



J. B. Lowell. 



BnffliBh Melody. 
Arr. by Frederic W. Boot. 




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1. They are slaves who will not choose Ha - tred, 

2. They are slaves who fear to speak For the 



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t Elijah. 7.. 



mes Montgomery. 



Mendelssohn* 
Adapted by Frederic W. Boot. 



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All God's chil - dren dwell in peace. And 



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earth re- cord . . Love, and Love a - lone, is Lord. 



CHEISTIAN SCIENCE MYMNAL. 



145 Halle, ts, ei. 

Thomas Toke Lynch, alt. and abr. 




1. Gra . 

2. Truth 
8. Might 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



147 Webb. 78.«te.n 

8. F. Smith. 



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148 Aurelia. 7«,«s,d. 

Junes Montgomery, »br. 



8. 8. Weeley, Mue. Doe. 




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149 Ewing. ts, aa. ix 



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2. Wher - ev - er 

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dim ; 
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I 


will 


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with Him. 


treas 


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And 


He 


will 


walk 


with me. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



150 Day of Rest. 7<i.ob,d. 

Jane Borthwlok, »br. 



3. W. BUiott. 




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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



151 Greenland. 78, 6«, d. 

Benjamin Oouirlit &br. 




1. How beau - t'ous on the moun - tains, 

2. Break forth in hymns of glad - ness; 



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152 Munich. 78, es, d. 



James Montgomery. 



J. Q. Storl's ChoraIba(dL 
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fi - ance, When faint and des . o • late: 




174 



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153 Missionary Hymn. 78,e8,D. 



1. A 

2. The 
8. The 




Lowell Mason. 




glo - nous day is 

ad - yo - cates of 

watch - word has been 



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Fore- see the glo-rious mom, 
The light has brok - en forth, 



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And hear in shrink- ing 
Far shines the bless - ed 





mom 

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watch - 


word 


of 


re - 


form. 


ken 


Up 


- on 


the 


star - 


tied 


earth. 




176 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




In 


dark 


and 


hid . 


den 


pla 


ces 


It 


rings 


from 


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and 


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It breaks op - pres-sion's chain. 



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And swell the might - y strain. 

Point up - ward un - to heav'n. 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



154 Wordsworth. 78, e., d. 

Rev. Carl Johann Phllipp Spitta. 
Tr. by Richard Massie, alt. and abr. 



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tion Be - tween my Lord and 



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me: 




178 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BYMNAL. 



155 St. Cecilia, es. 

Bmily F. Seal, alt. aad abr. 



Bev. Ij. Q. Hayne, Mua. Doe. 




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right, 
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of the per - 

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Truth dawns on 
art not er - 



feet One I What 

of heart. Tread 

the sight. The 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



3 If Ood is AU in AU. «. 

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Braokett. 



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No sub - tie er - ror creeps. 

The Prin - ci - pie, the Life ; 

We hear Thy lov - ing call, 



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CHRISTIAN 8CISNCE SYMNAL. 



157 St. (Gertrude, es, £«. 

S. Baring-Oould. 



Sir Aiihur 8. Sniltvaii. 



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1. On • ward, Chris -tian sol - diers, March -ing as to war, 

2. Like a might - y ar - my, Moves the Church of God; 
8. Crowns and thrones may per • ish, King-doms rise and wane, 
4, On • ward, then, ye peo - pie. Join our hap - py throng; 



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But the Church of Je - sus 

Blend with ours your voi - ces 

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Con - stant will le • main ; 
In the tri • umph - song ; 



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ter, Leads a - gainst the foe ; 

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For - ward in • to bat - tie, See, his ban - ners go. 

One in hope and doc - trine, One in char - i - tj. 

We have Christ's own prom - ise, And that can - not faiL 

This through count-less a - ges. Men and an - gels sing. 



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158 Bethany, os, 48. 



Sarah F. Adams. 




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near - er to Thee: E'en though it be a cross 

the sun gone down, Dark - ness be o - ver me, 
steps un - to heav'n; All that Thou send - est me 





that rais - eth me. Still 
my rest a stone. Yet 
in mer - cy giv'n; An 



all 

in 

gels 



my song 
my dreams 
to beck - 



shall be,- 
I'd be 
on me. 




184 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




Near 



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4 Then, with my waking thoughts bright with Thy praise. 
Out of my stony griefs Bethel 1*11 raise ; 

So by my woes to be 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, nearer to Thee. 



6 Or if on jo3rf ul wing cleaving the sky. 
Sun, moon, and stars forgot, upwards I fly. 

Still all my song shall be, 

Neai-er, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, nearer to Thee, 

185 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



159 Italian HymxL 0e,4a. 

M. M., alt. 



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1. From out the hid- 'ous night, Seek-ing Thy per - feet lights 

2. Armed with Thy Truth^s sharp 8teel,No fear of foes I feel^-— 
8. Turn - ing from death and sin, Thy Life to en • ter in, 



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Dear Lord, I come I Am-bushed on ev - 'ry side, Dark er - ror's 
Strong in Thy might Love, crowning all with peace,Bids strife and 
Lord, may I prove, — All things to us are giv'n,Health,hope,and 



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foe - men hide ; Ambushed on ev - 'ry side, Thon lead'st me on. 
tu - mul t cease ;Loye,crowning all widi peace. Makes ser-Tice light 
joys of heav*n, — All things to us are giv*n. Gifts of Thy loye. 



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CHBI8TIAN SCIENCE EYMNAL. 

90 Truth Comes Alike to AIL te.4a. 

8. J. ATery. 



Brackett. 




1. Troth oomes a - like to all, Who on Her name dare calU 

2. Come, all • per • vad • ing Love, Blest heart of Heav'n a - bove. 



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161 Shepherd, Show Me How to Go. tb, 66. d. 



ICaiy Baker Bddy. 

PrayerfaUy. 



William Ijymaii JotantOB. 




1. Shep - herd, 

2. Thou wilt 
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Lead Thy lamb - kins 



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M otlo oopyrl^t, 1905, by Chbutiait Scikmcc Boabd or DzttSOTOM. 

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189 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



162 Capetown, ts. s*. 

Charlotte Elliott, abr. 
From " OelstUobA Uedar." 

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All with warn - ing voice ex - claim, — Watch and pniy* 
Hide with - in thy heart His word, — Watch and pray* 




190 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



163 Gtottschalk. ?•. 

Joolali Ckmder. 



Arr. from !•. M. Gtottsotaalk. 




1. Day by 

2. Day by 
8. Lord, my 
4. Thou my 



day the 

day the 

times are 

dai - ly 



man - na fell; 

prom - ise reads, 

in Thy hand : 

task shalt give ; 



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"Dai 
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sti'ength for dai - ly needs: 

san • guine hopes have planned, 

day to Thee I live; 



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fears a - way; 

I re - sign, 

years f ul - fill 



Give me, Lord, my dai - ly bread. 

Take the man - na of to - day." 

And would mould my will to Thine. 

Not my own, my Fa - ther's will. 




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CHRISTIAN SCIBNCB HYMNAL. 



164 St. Vincent, sa, ^ 



F. A. F.a abr« 



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1. In Thee, oh Spir • it, true 

2. With - in Thy Love is safe 
S. In Thee I have no pain . 



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No an • zious thought,no load of care. Thou art the 






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Light of glo • rious splendor,I lose the earth-clouds,drear and wild. 
Truth, a per • feet chiding,Should I for - get that Thou art near, 
same to - day, to - morrow; Thy love and truth are e v • 'ry - where. 




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CHRISTIAN SCIBNCH HYMNAL. 



165 Eventide, vh. 

HMuy Fntnois Lyte, ftbr. 



WnUun Benxy Monk, Hus. Doo. 



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2. I need Thy pres-ence ev- 'ry pass-ing hour. What but Thy 
8. I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless ; His have no 



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grace can foil the tempter's pow*r? Who like Thy- self my 
weigh t,and tears no bit - ter • ness : Where is death*s sting ? where, 



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fail, and comforts flee. Help of the helpless, O a - bide with 
goide and stay can be ? Thro' cloud and sunsbine,0 a - bide with 
graTe,thy vio • to • ty ? I triumph 8tdll4f Thou a - bide with 

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166 Toulon, lo.. 

floratlua Bonar, alt. 




The Oeneva Psalter. 



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2. Here would I feed 
8. And as we rise, 
4. Feast af - ter feast 



up - on the bread of God ; 
the sym-bols dis - ap- pear ; 
thus comes and pass-es by ; 



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roy - al wine of heav'n ; Here would I lay a - 
love, is pass'd and gone ; The bread and wine re - 
the glad feast a -bove~Giv - ing sweet fore -taste 



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hand th' e-ter-nal grace, And all my wea- ri- ness up - on Thee lean, 

side each earthly load. Here taste a - fresh the calm of sin for - giv'a 

moTe,but Thou art here — Near - er than ev - er — still my Shield and Sun. 

of the fes - tal joy. The Lamb's great bridal feast of bliss and love. 




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CSSISTJAN SCIBNCB HYMNAL. 



167 Berlin, lo.. 

W. F. 8h«rwln, »br. 



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1. Whj is thy faith, O child of God, so small? 

2. Ohy blest as - sur - ance from our ris - en Lord I 
&• «* Ask what thou wilt,'' but, oh, re - mem - ber this, — 



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Oh, precious comfort breathing from the Word! How great the promise ! 
We ask and have not, for we ask a -miss When, weak infaith, we 





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this — «* Abide in me," And doth the Mas- ter's word abide in thee? 
could there greater be ? <^ Ask what thou wilt, it shall be done for thee !'* 
on - ly half be - lie ve That what we ask we real- ly shall re - ceive. 




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168 Savannah, loi 

Theodore Parker. 

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2. We look to thee : thy truth is still the light Which guides tlie 
8. Yes : Thou art still the Life ;Thou art the Way The ho - liest 



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na - tions,grop-ing on their way,S tumbling and fall-ing in dis 
know, — Light,Life,and Way of heav'n; And they who dear-est hope, and 

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cap - tive's chain. And call 
as - trous night. Yet hop 
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- ing ev - er for the per - feet day. 
the Light,Life, Way, which Thou hast giv'n- 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



160 Lux Benigna. lo, 4, 10, 4, 10, 10. 

J61m Henry Newman, abr. 



Rev. J. B. Dykes. Mub. I>oo« 




1* Leadykindly Lightiamid th*enoircling glooin,Lead Thou me onl The night is 
8. I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou Shouldst lead me on ; I loVd to 





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dark, and I am far from home, — Lead Thou me on I Keep Thou my feet I I 
choose and see my path; butnow,Lead Thou me on I I loved the gar - ish 




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do not ask to see • . The dis - tant scene, — one step enough for me. 
day,and spite of fe ars, . Pride ruled my will : remember not past years. 




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170 Portuguese, ni. 



Oeorffe Keith, abr» 




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say, than to you He hath said, — 
help thee, and cause thee to stand, 
hurt thee; I on - ly de - sign 



To you, who for 
Up - held by My 
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



171 Henley, iii, loi. 

Harriet Beeotaer Btowa, alt. 



Lowell Ummoa, 




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1. StillyStill with Thee when pur-plemorn-ing break -eth. When the tiied 

2. A • lone with Thee, a - mid the seem-ing shad-ows, The sol-emn 

3. So shall it ev - er be in that bright morning, When Di-yine 



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wak - eth, and the shad-ows flee, Fair • er than mom - ing, 
hush of be - ing, new - ly born, A - lone with Thee, in 
sense bids ev - 'ry shad - ow flee. And in that hour fair 





love-lier than the day - light,I>awns the sweet consoiousnessJ am with Thee, 
breathless ad - o - ra - tion. In the calm dew and freshness of the mom. 
er than daylight dawning. Be - mains the glo - rious thought I am with Thee. 




200 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



172 Seccomb. lu, iob. 



J. O. Whlttier* 



Charles H. Morse. 




1. Oh, be whom Je - sus loved has tru- ly spo - ken,That ho - lier 

2. Theii,broth-er man, fold to thy heart thy broth-er ! For where love 
8. Fol - low, with rev -'rent 8 teps,the great ex-am - pie Of him whose 





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wor - ship, which God deigns to bless, He - stores the lost, and 
dwells, the peace of Grod is there : To wor - ship right - ly 
ho - ly work was do - inggood; So shall the wide earth 



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heals the spirit bro - ken. And feeds the wid-ow and the fa - ther - less, 
is to love each other ; Each smile a hymn,each kindly deed a pray'r. 
seem our Father's temple,£ach lov-ing life a psalm of grat - i - tude. 




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173 Lyons, lu ( or 128, lu ). 



Anon. 



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174 While Thou, O My Gtod, Art My Help and Defender. 

lis (12a, lis). 




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175 Lischer. h. m. 

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When dan - gers rise. 
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Shall Is - rael keep 
To guard my head 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



176 C&IDI. 8, 6, 8, 6, 8, 8. 
Samuel Ijonfffallow, abr. 



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all 

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all 



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177 Wessex. 8, c, 8, c, a, & 



Bernard Barton, alt. 



a. J. Hopkins MUS.DOG. 




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hope, and 

love and 



hope 



can 



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be for . lorn, 

pa - tience, sow! 



do, 



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By permlMioa •! Metm. Wkxkk* ft Co., on behslt of tba Exon. of tte late B. J. Horsim. 

210 



CHBISTIAN 3CIXNCB HTONAL. 




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with lone • I7 dread, 




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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



178 Communion Hymn, lo, ?, ?, 7, ». 

Mary Baker Bddy. 



Braokott. 




i 



X 






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1. Saw 

2. Mouru 

3. Sin 

4. Strong 



ye 

er, 

ner, 

est 



my 
it 
it 

de 



Sftv 

calls 

calls 

liv 



iour? 
you,— 
you,— 
'rer, 




t 




I 



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If: 



B 



i«^ verse only. 

I 



Hi 



1= 1 g I ^ i 



y 2d, 3d, and 4th verses only. 



X 



Heard ye the glad sound? 

( Omit ) 

( Omit ) 

( Omit ) 



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n 



.— ffl- 



■« 



i 



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( OmU ) 

come to my bos - om, 
come to this foun - tain, 
friend of the friend - less, 



m 



m 





^eee4 



I 



Felt 
Love 
Cleanse 
Life 



m 



ye 

wipes 

the 

of 



f 



f- 



the 

your 

foul 

all 



powr 
tears 
sen 
Be 



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of 
all 
ses 
ing 



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the 

a 
with 

di 



Word? 
way, 
in; 
vine: 




Oopyrlght, 1689, by Mabt Bakxb Eddy. Uied by permiitlon. 

212 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




Twas 

And 
'Tig 
Thou 




k 



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the 
wiU 
the 
the 



Truth 

lift 

Spir 

Christ, 



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made 

shade 

that 

not 



us 



of 

makes 

the 






I 



free, 

gloom, 

pure, 

creed ; 



I 




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And 
And 
That 
Thou 




was 
for 
ex 
the 



found 
you 
alts 

Truth 



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by 

make 

thee, 

in 



s 



f 



you 

ra - 
and 
thought 



and 

diant 

will 

and 



F 



F 



me 
room 
cure 
deed; 



52: 



\ 




Midst the 
AU thy 
Thou the 



life and the love 



glo - ries of one 
sor - row and sick 
wa - ter, the bread, 



end • less 
ness and 
and the 



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day. 

sin. 

wine. 



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CERISTIAy SCIENCE ETMNAL. 



179 0*er Waiting Harpstrings of the Mind. u,4m. 

Way Baker Biddy. WUllam Lymaa JotuMon. 

With feeling. 




1. O'er wait 

8. Then his 

6. Thus Truth 

7. My pray'r, 



^j 



i=fe 



ing harp - strings of the mind 

un - veiled^ sweet mer • cies show 

en - grounds me on the Rock, 

some dai - Ij good to do 

A- 



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There sweeps a strain, Low, sad, and sweet, whose 

Life's bur- dens light; I kiss the cross, and 

Up - on Life's shore, 'Gainst which the winds and 

To Thine, for Thee ; An of - f ring pure of 

n.. . i. 




meas 
wake 
waves 
Love, 



ures bind 

to know 

can shock, 

where - to 



g 

•^--? 



^: 



^ 



The pow'r of 

A world more 

Oh, nev - er 

God ( Omit. . 



pain, 2. And 
bright 4. And 
more ! 6. From 



) 



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Worda oopyriffht, 1887, by Kutr Baksr Eddt. Used by Mimiadon. 
^ ~ >ppight, 1906, by Gbaibtiax SoixiroB Boabd of DzAaoTOBi. 

214 



CHRISTIAN avieifCE HYMNAL. 



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Last stanza only. 



End. I 




t 



U- r 

(Omit . . 
lOiiiit . . 
lOmit . . 

lead • eth 



w- 



m 



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I 



• • • 



) wake a white ^ winged 

) o^er earth's trou - bled^ 

) tir • ed joy and 



me. 



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^ 



t 



F 



£ 



F 




t 



an 
an 
grief 



gel 
gry 



^ 



throng Of thoughts, il 
sea I see Christ 

far, And 






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near 



^ 



er 



lumed Bj 
walk, And 
Thee,— 



I 



I 



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.2). a 



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faith, and breathed in 
come to me, and 

Fa- ther,^ere Thine own 

* ^. J. J 



rap - tared song, With love 
ten - der • ly, Di • vine 
chil - dren are, I love 



¥ 



215 



fi 



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per-fumed. 
ly talk, 
to be. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



180 Blumenthal. ss, ts, d. 



J. M. Neale, alt. 



J. D. Blumentfaal. 




1. Ho - ly Fa - ther, Thou hast taught ua 

2. We would trust in Thy pro - tect - ing, 



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We should live to Thee a - lone ; Year by year. Thy 
Whol - ly rest up - on Thine arm, Fol - low whol - ly 



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hand hath brought us, On through dan- gers oft un-known. 
Thy di - rect - ing, Thou our on - ly guard from harm I 



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216 



CHBISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



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Keep 



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us 



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own 



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When we doubt - ed, sent us light; Still Thine arm has 
Help us turn to Thee when tried, Still our strength in 




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been 
Thee 



a - 
re - 



round 
new - 



us, All 
ing, Keep 



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us ev - er 



1- 



in Thy sight, 
at Thy side I 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 

181 rm a Pilgrim and I'm a Stranger. 

M. 8. B. Dana. 



p^ 




1. Tin a 

2. There tbe 
8. There's the 



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pii 

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oi 



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and 


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a 


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er 


shin 


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to 


which 


I 


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ney; 




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1 



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I can 
Oh, my 
My Re 



tar - ry, I can tar - ry but 
long - ing heart, my long - ing heart 
deem - er, my Re - deem - er, is 



a 

is 
its 



night! 
there I 
light! 




5 — U — tc 



5 



i 




Do not de • tain me, 
Here in this coun - try 
There is no sor - row, 



for I am 
so dark and 
a . ny 



go - uig 
drear - y, 
sigh ■ ing, 




By pennisston of the Ckvtvkt Oo. 
218 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



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m. 



V- 



ft 




I 



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To 


where 


the 


foun 


- tains 


are 


ev - 


er 


flow - 


ing: 


I 


long 


have 


wan 


- dered 


for . 


lorn 


and 


wea - 


ly: 


Nor 


an • 


• y 


tears 


there, 


nor 


a - 


ny 


dy . 


ing: 



/I 






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pil - grim, and I*m a 



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I can tar - ly, I can tar - ry but a night. 



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219 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



182 I Need Thee Every Hour. 

" Without me ye oan do nothing.** Johk 16: 6. 
Mrs. Annie 8. Hawks. 

i 1 — I- 



p^mm 




Robert Zjowry. 



i^^ 



1. I need Thee ev-'ry hour, Most gra - cious Lord;No ten- der voice like 

2. I need Thee ev-'iy hour; Stay Thou near by ;Temp-ta-tion8 lose their 
8. I need Thee ev-'ry hour, In joy or pain; Come quickly and a • 

4. I need Thee ev-'ry hour; Teach me Thy will ; And Thy rirfi proiiHft- 

5. I need Thee ev-'iy hour, Most Ho - ly One; Oh,makeme Thinein- 

.N _N J J Tj. 




Refrain. 




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Thine Can peace af - ford. I need Thee,ohI I need Thee; Ev-'ry hour I 
pow*r When Thou art nigh. 

bide, Or life is vain, 
es In me ful - fil. 

deed, Thou bless- ed Son. 



^Ufe^^ 









Copyright, 1900, by Mabt Bukyon Lowbt. 
Renewal. Used by permission. 

220 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 

) Onward, Christian, Though the Region, sa, ts. 



xnuel Johnson, abr. 



Oeorire Goltermann, arr. 



^ 



1. On 

2. By 

3. By 



ward, Chris 
the t^om 
thy trust 



3 



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t 



tdan, though the re - 
road, and no oth 
ful calm en - deav 



gion Where thou 

- er Is the 

- or, Quid - ing. 



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art 

mount 
cheer - 



be drear and 

of vis - ion 

ing, like the 



lone; God hath set a guar-dian 
won ; Tread it with - out shrink - ing, 
sun; Earth-bound hearts thou shalt de 




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le . 
broth 
Uv 



gion 

- erl 

er; 



Ver - y near thee,- 
Je - BUS trod it, - 

Oh, for their sake,- 



press thou 
press thou 
press thou 



--3.- 

on I 
on I 
on I 



m 



CBRlSTtAir SCtMNCt! BtUNAL. 



184 Benevento. tb. d. 

John Taylor. 



BamuM Webb*. 



P^W^P^^^^ 



1. Glo - ry be to God on high^God whose glo-iy fills the skj; 

2. Mark the won-ders of His hand,Pow'r no em- pire can with-stand; 



B teB -liHf-TffffiF 




^^^k^^m^^ m 




Peace on earth to man for-giv'n, Man^the well be-loved of heav'n. 
Wis - dom, an-gels' glorious theme;Goodnes8 one e - ter - nal stream. 



'^m 




n 



^ 

r-'^ 



^dd^^E^^ j j l j j ji 



Fa-vored mor-tals, raise the song; End - less thanks to God be -long; 
Gracious Be - ing,f rom Thy throne Send Thy promised blessing down ; 



^^m 



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Hearts o'er-flowing with His praise, Join the hymns your voi-ces raise. 
Let Thy light,Thy truth, Thy peace Bid our ra-ging passions cease. 



f 




222 



CBBISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



Eventide, lo.. 

rth« Wooda. 



WllUam EaniT Uonk, Mua. Doe. 



1. A - bide \vith me I Fast breaks the morning Light, Our day- star 

2. I know no fear, with Thee at hand to bless, Sin bath no 
8. I know thy Pres-ence ev-'iy paes-ing hour, I knowtliy 



ria - es, bau-ish-ing ail night; Thou art our strength,ob 
power and life no wretch-ed - ness; Health, hope, and love in 
peaoe, for Thou a - lone art power; O Love Di-vine — a - 




Truth tliat niaketh free I We would unfail-ing-Iy a^ bide in Thee, 
all a-ruund I see For those who trustingly a- bide in Thee, 
bid - ing con-etant-ly — I need not plead, Thou dost abide with me. 



CHRISTIAN aCIBNQE HYMNAL. 



186 Serenity, s.. ^ 

Mary Baker Bddy. 



Arr. from W. V. Wallace. 




1. Blest Christ 

2. Dear Christ, 
8. Thou God 
4. Thou gen 
6. Or cm • 



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e 



morn, though murk - y clouds 
ev - er here and near, 
de . a. Life en - crowned, 
beam of liv - ing Love, 
creed, or earth - bom taint, 

b^—j^ — - — -— 



^ 






m 



4=^ 



way — 
song — 
le - hem babe 
less Life — 

to - day 



Thy light 
No na • 
Be - loved, 
Truth in 
With all 



was bom where 

tal hour and 

re - plete, by 

fi - nite — so 

thou art — be 



storm en - shrouds Nor 

moth - er's tear — To 

flesh em - boimd Was 

far a - bove All 

thou our saint — Our 



mor 




Words copyriffht, 1903, by Mary Bakxb Eddy. Used by p«rmlMion. 
Hiuio by p«rinlstion of Ouyeb Ditboit Co. 

224 



CHMSTIAN SCIENCE BYMNAL. 

7 In Thee, Oh Spirit, True and Tender, m, m. 



'. A. F., abr. 



Braokett. 



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1. In Thee, O Spir - it, tame 

2. With- in Thy Love is safe 
8. In Thee, I have no pain 



and ten - der, I 
a - bid - ing, From 
or sor - row, No 



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find my Life as God's own child ; With -in Thy Light of 
ev - 'ry thought that giv - eth fear ; With -in Thy Truth a 
anx-ious thought,no load of care. Thou art the same to 




glo - rious splendor, I lose the earth-clouds,drear and wild, 
per - feet chid - ing,Should I for -get that Thou art near, 
day, to - mor - row ; Thy Love and Truth are ev - 'ly- where. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



188 Toplady. ts, ei. 

F.W.R. Words adapted from the 
popular hymn by Rev. A. M. Toplady. 



Thoinms 




1. Rock of A - ges. Truth Di - vine. Be Thy strength f or-ev- er mine ; 

2. Rock of Truth,our f or-tress strong, Ref -uge from the shafts of wrong, 
8. Truth, the Christ, a - sj - lum sure, On this rock we are se -cure; 




^M 



m4\i^iu^. 






fe 



Let me rest se-cure on Thee, Safe a - bove life's rag 
When from foes of sense I flee. Let me hide my -self 
Cure is there for ev - *ry ill. Peace is there our life 




ing sea 
in Thee, 
to fiU. 





^^^^ 



Rock of A - geSjTruth Di • vine. Be Thy strength for-ev-er mine. 




CffmSTlAK 8CIMNCE HYMNAL. 



189 Christmas Morn. 88, is. 



Mary Baker Bddy. 



Albert P. Conant. 




1. Blest Christ - mas 

2. Dear Christ, for 
8. Thou God - i 
4. Thou gen • tie 
6. Or cru - el 



mom, though murk 

• ev - er here 

de - a, Life 

beam of liv - 

creed, or earth • 



- y clouds Pur 

and near, No 

en - crowned. The 

ing Love, And 

bom taint. Fill 




sue 

era 

Beth 

death 

us 



thy way — 

die song — 

le - hem babe 

less Life — 

to - day 



Thy 
No 
Be - 
Tmth 
With 



light was bom where 

na - tal hour and 

loved, re - plete, by 

in - fi - nite — so 
all thou ai-t — be 




storm 

moth 

flesh 

far 

thou 



en 
er's 
em 
a 
our 



shrouds Nor 

tear— To 

bound Was 

bove All 

saint — Our 



r 

dawn 
thee 
but 
mor 
stay, 



nor 

be 

thy 

tal 

al 



day I 
long. 

shade. 

strife, 
way. 




Words eopyright, 19QS. by Mabt Bakbr Eddt. Used 1>7 permlMlon. 
Mnsio oopyrlg&t, 1908, by CHKUTiAir Scnexcs Boakd ov Ijiuctobs. 

007 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



190 Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling GIoosl 



John Henry Newman, abr. 



10, 4, 10, 4, 10, 10. 




^ 



til 




I j l J: SUA 



1. Lead, kind - ly Light, a - mid th'en - cir - cling gloom, 

2. I was not ev • er thus, nor pray'd that Thou 



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r 



r 



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Lead Thou me 

Shouldst lead me 



on I 
on; 



The night is 
I loved to 





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til 



dark, 
choose 



i 



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and 
and 




see 




^: 



am 
my 



i 



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far from home 

path ; but now. 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




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^^^^ 






3 



5 



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1* 



Keep Thou my feet! I do not ask to see 

I loved the gar - ish day, and, spite of fears, 



K^ »^:s^^ 



19- 



r^ 



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r= 



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The dis - tant soene, — one step e - nough for me. 
Pride ruled my will: re • mem - ber not past years. 



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CERISTIAK SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



191 Varina. c. m. d. 



F. W. B. 



1. Our 

2. Our 
8. O 






Oeoriro F. Boot. 




God 


is 


Love, 


un • 


- chang - 


ing 


Love, 


God 


is 


Mind, 


the 


per - 


feet 


Mind, 


lov - 


ing 


Fa . 


ther, 


well 


we 


know 



s 



i 



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And can we ask for more? Our prayer is vain that 
In - tel - li-gence Di - vine, Shall mor - tal man ask 
That words a - lone are vain. That those who seek Thy 



p 




asks in - crease ; 'Twas 
Him to change His 
will to do, The 



in - ii - nite be • fore. 

in - ii - nite de • sign 

true com - mun - ion gain. 




230 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




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fr 



Ask not the Lord with breath of praise 
The heart that yearns for right - eous - ness. 
Then may our deeds our pure de - sire 



^^^ 



= - -1 tr = 



For 

With 

For 



^m 




more than we 


ac • 


• cept ; 


The 


- pen fount is 


long - ing un - 


al . 


loved. 


In 


such de sire sends 


growth in grace 


ex - 


press. 


That 


we may know how 




I 



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I 



t 



^ 



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free 



to all, God's prom - is - es are kept 

up a prayer That ne'er re - turn - eth void. 

Love Di - vine For - ev - er waits to bless. 









I 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



192 Rouse, ye Soldiers ! 



Watch ye^ ttaandfasL in the/aithi quU yau like men, be itrong. 
M. H. Tipton. 

Earnestly, 



1 Ck>B. i«:ia 

J. a.F. 




1. RouBO, je 

2. Rouse, ye 
8. Rouse, ye 



sol - diers of the cross 1 
sol - diers brave and true I 
sol - diers, to the charge I 



And 

Un 

Our 







put your ar - mor on; 
furl your ban - ner high ! 
Cap-tain's gone be - fore ; 



Brave - ly fight for truth and 
Bold - ly stand at Christ's corn- 
Grand - ly march with shout and 





OopyrlgbtUM, by FIluiobb Bros. By permlstloii. 

232 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



Chobtts. 




tttt 

Rouse ye I Rouse ye I Rouse ye» sol • diers, bisve and 



I 





\ 3 




25ZSZ3 



#— # — ^ 



^ 



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itezfe^fe 



strong, bisve and strong, Bold - ly fight 






^^. 



for the truth and 



E 




— a — J ^— * — ^-41 # # # #-d>-l-i 



right, And win the vie - tor's crown, 



crown. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



193 Eternity. 

BUen M. H. Oat66. 



P. P. BUM. 




1. Oh, the clang - ing bells of Time I Night and 

2. Oh, the clang -ing bells of Time! How their 



ta ! I ii=#^ ^^ 




^^^^^^p^l^ 



day they nev - er cease; We are wea - ried with their chime, 
chang-es rise and fall, But in un -der-tone sub - lime, 



^^^^^^ m 



^ 



^ 





For they do not bring us peace; And we 
Sound - ing clear • ly through them all, Is a 



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Copplght by The Johx Obokob Co. Used by pwrmttaloo. 

234 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 




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hush our breath to hear, And we strain our eyes to see 
voice that must be heard, As our mo - ments on - ward flee, 



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8 Oh, the clanging bells of Time I 

To their voices, loud and low. 
In a long, unresting line 

We are marching to and fro ; 
And we yearn for sight or sound 

Of the life that is to be. 
For thy breath doth wrap us round, — 

Eternity I Eternity ! 

4 Oh, the clanging bells of Time I 

Soon their notes will all be dumby 
And in joy and peace sublime, 

We shall feel the silence come ; 
And our souls their thirst will slake. 

And our eyes the King will see, 
When thy glorious mom shall break,— 

Eternity I Eternity ! 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HTMNAL. 



194 Carter, ss, tk. 

Bev. F. W. Faber, alt. aad ator. 



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195 Shepherd, Show Me How to Oo. ts, gs, d. 

Mary Baker Bddy. Brackett. 




1. ShepherdyShow me how to go O'er the hill-side steep, How to gath-er, 

2. Thoa wilt bind the stubborn will,WoaDd the cal-lons breast,Make self-righteoos- 
S. So, when day grows dark and cold,Tear or triumph harms,Lead Thj lambkins 




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ness be still. Break earth's stupid rest. Strangers on a bar-ren shore, 
to the fold, Take them in Tbine arms ; Feed the hun-gry, heal the heart, 



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Lest my footsteps stray ; I will fol- low and re -Joice All the rug-ged way. 
Laboring long and lone, We would enter by the door, AndThou know'st Thine own ; 
Till the morning's beam ; White as wool,ere they dcpart,Sbepherd,wash them clean. 




Words copyrisbt, 1887, by Mart Bakbb Eddt. Used by penniulon. 

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



196 Shepherd. 78,68,d. 

Mary Baker Eddy. . 



Albert F. Conant. 




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show 


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Shep - herd, wash them clean. 




239 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



197 Morecambe. loi. 

Mary Baker Bddy. 



Anonymous. 
Arr. by Albert F. Ctonanfe. 




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fiarmoDization copyright, 1908, by Christiak Scikkcs Boamd of Dibsctoba. 

240 



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In that sweet secret of the narrow way. 
Seeking and finding, with the angels sing : 

" Lo I I am with you alway,*' — watch and pray, 

5 No snare, no fowler, pestilence, or pain ; 

No night drops down upon the troubled breast, 
When heaven's aftersmile, eartli's teardrops gain. 
And mother finds her home and heavenly rei 



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198 Eddy. 8>,4«. 

Maiy Baker Bddy. 




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1. O'er wait - ing barpstrings of the mind There sweeps a strain, 

2. And wake a white- winged an - gel throng Of thoughts, il-lumed 

3. Then his un-veiled,sweet mer-cies show Life's bur ^ dens light; 



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By faith, and breathed in rap-tured song, With love per- fumed. 
I kiss the cross, and wake to know A world more bright 






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I see Christ walk, 
And come to me, and tenderly. 
Divinely talk. 

5 Thus Truth engrounds me on the 

Rock, 
Upon Life's shore, 
'Gainst which the winds and waves 
can shock. 
Oh, nevermore 1 



6 From tired joy and grief afar, 

And nearer Thee, — 
Father, where Thine own children 
are, 
I love to be. 

7 My prayer, some daily good to do 

To Thine, for Thee ; 
An ofifring pure of Love, where- 
to 
God leadeth me. 




Words copyright, 1887, by Ma&t Bakbb Body. Used by permlssioD. 

242 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMNAL. 



199 Festus. l.m. 



From a German Chorale. 




1. I praise 

2. I take 
8. That truth 



Thee, Lord, for bless - ings sent 
Thy hand and fears grow still; 
gives prom - ise of a dawn. 



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Be -hold Thy face, and doubts re-move ; Who would not yield his 
Be- neath whose light I am to see, When all these blind- ing 





cis - tern's spent, I find Thy font and thirst no more, 
wav - 'ring will To per - feet truth and bound -less love I 
vails are drawn, This was the wis - est path for me. 



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200 Church Triumphant, l. m. 

William Oaskell. 



J. W. BllSott. 




1. Press on, press 

2. Press on, press 



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201 Rivaulz. l. m. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes. 




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1. Sun of our life, Thy quick-'ning ray Sheds on our 

2. Lord of all life, be - low, a - bove. Whose light is 
8. Grant us Thy truth to make us free, And kind- ling 

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truth, whose warmth is love, Be - fore Thy ev - er 
hearts that bum for Thee, Till all Thy liv - ing 



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blaz - ing throne We ask no lus - tre of our own. 
al - tars claim One ho - ly light, one heaven - ly flame. 



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202 Tallis' Canon, l. m. 

Isaac Watts. 



Thomas Tallls. 




1. Our God shall reign wher - e'er 



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His love with sweet -est song, And in-fant voi-ces 

'ner leaps to loose his chains. The wea - ry find e - 

liar hon - ors to our King ; An - gels de -scend with 




shore to shore, Till moons shall wax and wane no more, 

shall pro - claim Their ear • ly bless - ings on His name, 

ter • nal rest. And all the sons of want are blest 

songs a - gain, And earth re - peat the long A - men. 



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203 Eisenach, lm. 

Johann Hermann Soheln. 




1. Fa - ther, my all in 

2, In bonds, my per - feot 
8. My smile be - neath the 



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My life in death, my all in all. 



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204 Louvan. l. m. 

N . li. Frothingbam, »t>r. 



V. O. Taylor. 



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2. That love its ho - ly in - fluencepour To keep 
8. Send down it« an - gel to our side. Send in 

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205 Refuge, l. m. 

Anne Steele. 



Ait. from a Gtormen Oborale. 




1. K my 

2. Here let 
8. Here, O 



im - mor - tal Sav - iour lives. Then my im • 
my faith un - shak - en dwell ; For - ev - er 
my heart, thy trust re - pose, If Je - sus 




mor- tal life is sure; His word a firm foun-' 
sure the prom - ise stands ; Not all the claims of 
is for . ev - er mine, Not death it - self — that 




da - tion 
earth or 
last of 



gives ; Here 


may I 


build. 


and 


rest 


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hell Can 


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the 


sa • 


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foes — Shall 


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206 Abends, lm. 

John Bowrinir* 



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al - ways say. That God is love, that God is love, 
woes, to bliss, For God is love, for God is love. 





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►7 Pentecost, l. m. 

^v. John 8. B. MonBeU, alt. aad atar. 



Bav. William Boyd« 




1. Fight the good fight with all thy- might, Christ is thy 

2. Run the straight race thro' 6od*s good grace, Lift up thine 
8. Faint not nor fear, His arms are near, He ohang-eth 




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eyes, and seek His face; Life with its way 
not, and thou art dear: Re • ly on Him, 



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it shall be Thy joy and crown e - ter • nal - ly. 
fore us lies, Christ is the path, and Christ the prize, 
thou shalt see That Christ is all in all to thee. 



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206 Aughton. l.bld. 



J. H. OUmore, atar. 



. W.B. 




1. He lead - eth me I O bless • ed thought I O 

2. Some - times 'mid scenes of deep - est gloom. Some 





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209 York. c. m. 

Anon. 



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way, 



the truthy the life/* Our 
not hedged with forms, A 



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210 St. Stephen, cm 

William Oowper.abr. 



Bav. wmiam Jones. 




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2. The hand that gave it, still sup - plies 
8. Let ey - er - last - ing thanks be thine. 



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211 St. Peter, cm. 

John Milton, alt. and abr. 



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with - held Whose ways are just and right. 



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2 HummeL c. ic 

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213 Sawley. c. m. 

a. W. Lanfford. 




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2. Speak gen - Uy 
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215 St. Anne. c. m. 

laMM Watts, alt. aad »t>r. 




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6 Maker, c. ic 

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261 



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217 Warwick, c. m. 

laaao Watts, alt. aad »br. 



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3 Bracondale. c. m. 

t«orffe Burder, »t>r. 



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219 St. Leonard, c. n d. 

Jobn ByUnd. 



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220 Nox Prsecessit. cm. 

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221 Franconia. s. m. 

Benjamin Beddome. 



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222 Chiselhurst. s. u. 



James Montgomery. 




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223 Schumann, s. m. 

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224 Chamouni. a., tb, d. 

St. Thomas of Aquino. 



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225 Evening Prayer, as, 7a. 

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226 Galilee, s^ tb. 



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227 Beecher. s*, 7s, d. 

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228 Lux Eoi. sb, tb, d. 

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229 Regent Square. 8i,7s,«l 



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231 St. Bees. ?>. 

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32 Seymour, ts. 

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



FntflT LINE. Author. Hymn 

Abide not in the realm of dreams W,H. BurUtgh 18 

Abide with mel Fast breaks the morning light Bertha Woods 185 

Abide with me: fast falls the eventide Henry FrancU Lyte 165 

A glorious da^r is dawning 153 

AlTpower is given unto our Lord F.W.R 240 

Be firm and be faithful : desert not the right Anon 173 

Beneath the shadow ot the cross Samuel Longfellow 84 

Beneath the thick but breaking cloud Anon 58 

Be Thou, O God, exalted hi^h Anon page 1 

Be true and list the voice within Anon 37 

Blest Christmas mom, though murky clouds Mary Baker Eddy 186 

Blest Christmas mom, though muri^ clouds Mary Baker Eddy 188 

Breaking through the clouds of darkness F,L. Heywood 127 

Bright was the guiding star that led Harriet Avber 80 

Call the Lord thy sure salvation James Monlgomery 112 

Cast thy bread upon the waters Phabe A. Hanaford 116 

Cast thy bread upon the waters Phabe A. Hanaford 225 

Church of the ever-living God HoroHue Bonar 54 

City of God, how broad and far Samuel Johnson 65 

Come, Thou all-transfomiing Spirit Jonathan Evans 133 

Come, Thou all-transforming Spirit Jonathan Evans 229 

Come to the land of peace Felicia D. Hemans 97 

Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish ThomM Moore 241 

Come, ye that know and fear the LonT Qeorge Burder 74 

Come, ye that know and fear the Lord Qeorge Burder 218 

Day by day the manna fell Josidh Conder 135 

Day by day the manna fell Josiah Conder 163 

Etemal Mind the Potter is Alice Dayton 92 

Everlasting amis of Love J. R, Macduff 136 

Every human tie may perish Rev, Thomas Kelley 132 

Faith grasps the blessing she desires 43 

Father, hear the prayer we offer Mrs, L, M, WHlis 120 

Father, my all in all Thou art 20 

Father, my all in all Thou art 203 

Father, Thou Joy of loving hearta Bernard of Clavrvaux, Tr. by Ray PaU 

mer 10 

Fight the good fi^t with all thy mi^t Rev, John S. B. MonseU 13 

Fight the good fi^t with all thv might Rev, John S. B. MonseU ^07 

From all that dwell below the sues Isaac WaUs 

From out the hideous ni^t M. M 

From the table now retinng John Rows «^ 

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF FIRST LINE& 

FIRST LINE. AuOyar. Efwrn 

Gird thy heavenly armor on Charlotte EUioi 162 

Glory be to God on high John Taylor 184 

God comes, with succor speedy Jamu Mordgomery 148 

God is Love; His«mercy brightens John Bowring 114 

God is my strong salvation Jamea Montgomery 152 

God is the Life, the Truth, the Way Mr8. leabeUa B. Keyee 28 

God made all His creatures free James Monlmnnery 144 

God's gloiy is a wondrous thing Rev, F. W. Paber 45 

Gracious spirit, dwell with me Thomas Toke Lynch 145 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah WHUam Winters 134 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah WHUam Winters 230 

Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews Isaac Watts 14 

Happy the heart where graces reign Isaac Watts 44 

Happy the man, who knows Rev, Thomas Cogswell Upham 109 

Elath not thy heart within thee burned Stephen O, BuUinch 16 

Hear our prayer, oh gracious Father F,L, Heywooa 117 

Heirs of unending life Benjamin Beddome 104 

Heirs of unending life Benjamin Beddome 221 

He leadeth mel O blessed thought! «/. H. Qitmars 206 

Help us to help each other, Lora 53 

Here, O my Lord, I'd see Thee face to face H&ratius Bonar 166 

He that goeth forth with weeping Thomas Hastings 130 

He that has God his guardian made Tale and Brady 39 

High in the heavens, eternal God Isaac Waits 38 

Holy Biblel book divine John Burton 142 

Holy Bible! book divine John Burton 234 

Holy Father, Thou hast taught us /. Af . Neale 129 

Holy Father, Thou hast taught us J,M, Neale 180 

Holy Father, Thou hast taught us J,M, Neale 228 

How beauteous on the mountains Benjamin Oough 151 

How beauteous were the works divine A, 6. Coxe 23 

How blest are they whose hearts are pure WiUiam Goode 51 

How firm a foundation, ye saints of tlic Lord George Keith 170 

How eentle God's commands PhUxp Doddridge 93 

How K>vely are Thy dwellings. Lord John Milton 55 

How lovely are Thy dwellings. Lord John MiUon 211 

How sweet, how heavenly is tne sight Joseph Swain 57 

How sweetly flowed the gospel sound John Bowring 33 

"I am the way, the truth, the life" Anon 41 

"I am the way, the truth, the life " Anon 209 

I cannot always trace the way John Bowring 32 

I cannot always trace the way John Bowrinq 206 

I cannot walk in darkness long Caroline A, Mason 78 

If God is aU in aU . . EmHy F. Seal 156 

If my immortal Saviour lives Anne Steele 90 

If my immortal Saviour lives Anne Steele 205 

If on our daily courae, our mind John KMe 5 

I know no life divided Rev. Carl J, P. Spitta. Tr. by Richard 

Massie 154 

I look to Thee in every need Samuel LongfeUow 176 

I'm a pilffrim, and I'm a stranger M. S, B. Dana 181 

Immortal Love, forever full J,G, WhitHer 77 

Imposture shrinks from li^ht Thomas Scott 96 

In atmosphere of love divme 81 

I need Thee every hour Mrs, Annie S. Hawks 182 

In heavenly love abiding A. L. IF. 140 

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FIRST LINE. Author, Hymn 

In Thee, oh Spirit, true ftnd tender F, A. F 164 

In Thee, oh Spirit, true and tender F. A. F 187 

I praise Thee, Loid, for blessings sent 2 

I praise Thee, Lord, for blessings sent 109 

It came upon the midniriit dear E, H, Sears 89 

I worship Thee, sweet Will of God Rev, F. W. Faber 68 

I worship Thee, sweet Will of God Rev F. W. Faber 216 

Jesus, what precept is like thine Mre, Mary A, Livermore 7 

Joy to the world, — the Lord is come Isaac Wails 47 

Joy to the worid, — the Lord is come Isaac Watts 64 

Kingdoms and thrones to God belong Isaac Waits 6 

Know, O child, thy full salvation Henry Francis Lyte 118 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling g^oom John Henry Newman 169 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the endrding gloom John Henry'Newman 190 

Let party names no more Benjamin Beddome 98 

Look, ye saintsi the day is breaking Rev, Thomas KeUey 131 

LordI I have made Thy word my choice Isaac Watts 70 

Lordl I have made Thy word my choice Isaac Waits 217 

Lord, may Thy truth upon ^e heart Caroline Gilman 12 

Lowly in heart to all wno sought 87 

Make channels for the streams of love Richard C, Trench 86 

Make haste, O man, to do Horaiius Bonar 110 

Make haste, O man, to do Horaiius Bonar 223 

Mighty God. the Firet, the Last WiUiam OaskeU 137 

My feet shall never slide Isaac WaUs 176 

Nearer, my God, to Thee Sarah F, Adams 168 

Nearer, my God, to Thee Sarah F. Adams 236 

Now is the time approaching Jane Bcrthwick 160 

Now sweeping down the years untold Lattra C, Nourse 121 

Now to our loving Father, God Hymns and Tunes 60 

O'er waiting haip-strings of the mind Mary Baker Eddy 179 

O'er waiting haip-strings of ^e mind Mary Baker Eddy 198 

O for a faith that will not shrink W.H, Bathurst 67 

O God, our help in ages past Isaac Waits 215 

O God, whose presence j^ows in all N, L, Frothingham 26 

O God, whose presence ilows in all N, L, Frothingham 204 

Oh, be not faitnlessl wiui the mom Bernard Barton 177 

Oh do not bar your mind Charles Parsons 107 

OhI ever on our earthly path C,F, Alexander 62 

Oh! eentle presence, peace and joy and power Mary Baker Eddy 197 

Oh, he whom Jesus loved has tniiy spoken J,0, Whiitier 172 

OhI not alone with outward sign J,0, Whiitier 90 

Oh, sometimes gleams upon our sight J,0, WhiHier 17 

Oh, speed thee. Christian, on thy way Anon 66 

Oh, speed thee. Christian, on thy way Anon 212 

Oh, the cUuoginff bells of Time EUen M, H. Oaies 193 

O life that maEeth all things new Samuel Longfellow 3 

O Lord, I would delight in Thee John Ryland. 91 

O Lord, I would delight in Thee John Ryland 219 

O Lordl where'er Thy people meet WiUiam Cowper 26 

O Love Divine, whose constant beam J.O, Whittier ^^ 

O Lovel O lifel our faith and si^t J.O. WhiiHer "^^B 

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FIRST LiNB. Auihar, Hfmn 

O, my people! ioumeving. onward Mrs. F. 5. Lovejmi 125 

One cup of healing oil and wine W.H, Dnanmom 35 

One holy Church of God appears Samuel Longfellow 85 

One holy Church of God appears Samuel Larifellaw 220 

On the night of that last supper St. Thomas of Aquino 119 

On the nieht of that last supper Si. Thomas of Aquino 224 

Onward, Christian soldiere S. Barino4jfould 157 

Onward, Christian, though the region /Samuel Johnson 113 

Onward, Christian, though the region Samuel Johnson 183 

O pure Refonnere! not in vain J.O. WkUtier 83 

O Spirit, source of light Arifln 95 

O tender, loving Shepherd F. W. R 238 

O Thou ^reat Friencf to all the sons of men Theodore Parker 168 

Our God is love; and all His saints Anon 78 

Our God is Love^ unchanging Love F. W. B. 101 

Our God shall reign where'er the sun Isaac WaUs 9 

Our God shall reign where'er the sun Isaac Waits 202 

Our heaven is everywhere Miss Fletcher 94 

F&rtneisof a glorious hope Charles Wesley 138 

P&rtners of a f^oiious hope Charles Wesley 231 

Peace be to this congregation Charles Wesley 128 

Peace be to this congregation Charles Wesleif 227 

Planted in Christ, the Bving vine S. F. Smith 66 

Prayer is the heart's sincere desire James Montgomery 88 

Press on! dear traveller, press on Mrs. J. H. bell 40 

Press on, press onl ye sons of light WUHom QaskeU 4 

Press on, press onl ye sons of Ug^t William OaskeU 200 

Rockof Ages, Truth Divine F. W. E 188 

Rouse, ye soldiers of the cross M.H. Tipton 192 

Saw ye my Saviour! Heard ye the glad sound Mary Baker Eddy 178 

Scorn not the slightest word or deea 48 

Servants of Christ, arise Mrs. Lydia H. Sigoumey 102 

Shepherd, show me how to go Mary Baker Eddy 161 

Shepherd, show me how to go Mary Baker Eddy 195 

Shepherd, i^ow me how to go Mary Baker Eddy 196 

Soldiers of Christ, arise Charles Wesley 103 

Sow in the mom thy seed James Montgomery 108 

Sow in the mom thy se«d James Montgomery 222 

Speak gently, it is better far G.W. Langford 60 

Speak ^ntly. it is better far G.W. Langford 213 

Still, still with Thee when purple morning breaketh. .Harriet Beecher Stowe 171 

Sun of our life. Thy quickening ray Oliver Wendell Holmes 8 

Sun of our life, Thy quickening ray Oliver Wendell Holmes.. 201 

Supreme in wisdom as in power Isaac Watts, arr. hy WiUiam Cameron 61 

"Take up thy cross," the Savioursaid C.W. Everest 27 

Teach me, my God and King Rev. George Herbert 100 

The Christian warrior, see him stand James Montgomery 31 

The God who made both heaven and earth 79 

The heavens declare the glory F, W, R 237 

The hopes Thy holy wordsupplies Sir Robert Grant 22 

The lifted eye, and bended knee 36 

The loving friend to all who bowed Samuel LongfeUow 82 

The mormns ligbt is breaking S. F. Smith 147 

TheorieSf which thousanda cherish R.C.WaUrston .. 128 

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FIRST LiNS. Author. HytMi 

There's a wideness in God's mercy Rev. F, W, Faber 194 

The Spirit breathes upon the word William Cowper 42 

The Spirit breathes upon the word WxUiam Cow-pet 210 

They are slaves who will not choose J,R, LcweU 143 

They who seek the throne of grace Oliver Holden 141 

Thine is a living way M.J.H. Zink 99 

Thou art the Way: to Thee alone Oeorffe W. Doane 76 

Thy will, ahnightjr Father, Thine H 24 

Tis God the Spint leads James Montgomery 101 

To us a Child of Hope is bom John Morison 09 

True, the heart grows rich in giving Elizabeth Charles 126 

Trutn comes alike to all S.J. Avery 160 

Truth comes alike to all S. J. Avery 235 

Upon the Gospel's sacred page John Bowring 15 

Vainly, through night's weary houra Henry Francis Lyte 124 

Vainly, through night's weary hours Henry Francis Lyte 226 

Wait, my heart, upon the Lord W. F. Lloyd 140 

Wait, my heart, upon the Lord W. F. Lloyd, 232 

Walk in the light! so thou shalt know Bernard Barton 63 

Walk with your God along the road T.H.GiU 76 

Watchman, tell us of the night John Bowring 146 

Watchman, tell us of the ni^t John Bowring 233 

Well for him who all things losing OoUfried Arnold. Tr. by Miss Wink- 

toorth 115 

We may not climb the heavenly steeps J.O. Whittier 49 

We say to all men far and near O.F.P. Hardenburg 46 

We thank Thee, heavenly Father Anon 239 

We walk by faith of joys to come Isaac Watts 72 

Whatever aims thy sense of truth Mary W. Hale 60 

WTiat is thy birthright, man Emuy F. Seal 166 

When God is seen with men to dwell Hosea BaUou 21 

When Jesus, our great Master, came 29 

When like a stranger on our sphere James Montgomery 19 

While Thou, O my God, art my help and defender 174 

Why is thy faith, O child of God, so small W.F. Sherwin 167 

Why search the future and the past Charles H. Barlow 11 

With Love and Peace and Joy supreme Lavra C. Nourse 122 

Word of Life, most pure, most strong J.F. Bahnmaier. Tr. by Miss Wink- 

worih 139 

Ye messengers of Christ Mrs. Vokes 106 

Ye servants of the Lord Philip Doddridge 106 

Ye timid saints, fresh courage take TFiUuim Cowper 62 

Ye timid saints, fresh courage take TFiUuun Cowper 214 



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TUNS. Composer, Hymn 

Abends H.S, Oakdey 206 

Abrige l$aac Smith 82 

Albano Vincent NorMo 68 

Alsace Beethoven 6 

ArliDgton ThomoM A. Arne ... 40 

Athol Kalph Harriaon 106 

Aughton W, B, Bradbury., . . 208 

Aurelia 8.8, We$ley 148 

Aufltria F. J. Baydn 126 

Autumn Mareehio 126 

Avon bugh mUon 78 

Azmon OUiter-Maeon 61 

Balerma Hugh Wilson 67 

BartiineuB Stephen Jenke US 

Bavaria German 127 

Beecher Johann Zundel 227 

Belmont Mozart 67 

Bemerton B, W, Greatorez ... 62 

Benevento Samud WMe 184 

Bera J. E. Gould 30 

Berlin Menddaeohn 167 

Bethany Lowell Maeon 168 

Blumenthal J.D. Blumenthal . , . 180 

Boylston Lowell Maeon 103 

Bracondale Josiah Booth 218 

Brattle Street IgnacePleyel 91 

Bright was the guiding 

star Brackett 80 

Calm ThomoB Baetinge . . 176 

Canonbury 8chumann 12 

Capetown Friedrich Filitz 162 

Carlisle Charles LockhaH.. . 106 

Carter Rev. B. 8, Carter. . . 194 

Cast thy bread upon the 

waters Bracked 116 

Chamouni G. Lomas 224 

Chesterfield Rev. Thomas Baweis 46 

Chiselhurst 8ir Joseph Barvby . . 222 

Christmas oir. from G. F. Handd 69 

Christmas Mom Albert F. Conant.. . 189 

Church Triumphant . . J. W. EUioU 200 

Colchester Henry PurceU 77 

CfOme ye that know and 

the Lord Brackett 74 

\onI>axologj.Guillaume Franck, . p. 1 




TUNB« Cempo&er. Hymm 

Communion Hymn • . .Braekdt 178 

Conaolator Samud Webbe Ml 

Coronation Oliver Bolden 4ft 

Coyentiy arr. F. W. Bod i» 

Day of Rest /. W. EUhU 150 

Dedham WilUam Oardimr . . 43 

Dennis J,B. O, Naegdi. . . 98 

Deventer BerikM Tows 18 

Dijon J.O.BtUkcmer 141 

Duke Street /. BaUon 87 

Dundee Guillmune Franck. , 83 



Eckhardtsheim CkaHes Zeimer 

Eddy BracktU 

Ein Feste Burg Martin Luther 

Eisenach Johann H. Sehein . . 

Elijah Menddssohn-Rooi . . 

Elvet Rev. J. B. Dykes . . . 

Eschcd G.M. Garrett 

Eternity P.P. BUss 

Evan WiUiamH Havergai 

Evening Prayer G C. StObins 

Eventide WiUiam B, Monk. , 

Eventide William B. Monk. . 

Everlasting arms of 

Love Brackett 

Ewing Alexander JBwing. . * 

Father, hear the prayer 

we offer Brackett 

Father, my all in all 

Thou art Brackett 

Father, Thou Joy of 

loving hearts Brackett 

Federal Street B, K. Oliver 

Festus F^fxmi a German Chorale 

Franconia J, G. Bbding 



87 
198 
240 



144 



193 
69 
225 
165 
186 

188 
149 



120 
20 
10 



199 
221 



Galilee W, B. Jude 

Germany Beethoven 

God is the Life Brackett 

Gottschalk GottschaUc-Main ... 163 

Greenland Lausanne Psalter. . . 161 

Greenville /. /. j^oiitsetw .... 129 

Guide me, O Thou great 
Jehovah Brackett... > 184 



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TUNC. Compour. Hymn 

Guide me, O Thou great 

Jehovah H. 8. Iron* 280 

Had I the tongues of 

Greeka and Jews . . .BrackeU 14 

Halle BaydnHoBtingi ... 146 

Hamburg arr, Lowell Mcuon . . 29 

Hanrille Jame» FUfU 78 

Hebdomadal ThomoM B. Strong. . 63 

Heber GwrgtKingdgy 76 

Hebron Lowdl ifofon 81 

Heirs of unending life. J9racikett 104 

Hendon C. E,A, Malan ... 137 

Henley LoweUMoion 171 

Herford arr. F, W, Root 143 

HoUey George Hew9 234 

Holy Bible BrackeU 142 

Holyrood James Walaon 100 

Homeland 8irAfihur8,avUivan2SS 

Horbury Ret. J. B, Dykee ... 236 

Hummel Ckarlee Zeuner 212 

Hursley Haydn-Monk 26 

I cannot always trace 

the way BrackeU 32 

IfOodisallinall ....Byadkett 166 

If my immortal Saviour 

Uvea BrackeU 80 

Haley F. G.IUley 130 

Tm a pilgrim Anon 181 

Imposture shrinks from 

light BrackeU 06 

I uMd Thee every 

hour Rev. Robert Lowry, . 182 

In Thee, Oh Spirit, true 

and tender BrackeU 187 

I praise Thee, Jjotd. ,, BrackeU 2 

Italian Hymn F. GiardM 160 

I worship Thee BrackeU 68 



Know, O child, thy full 
salvation BachrCoiuaU 



Laban Lowell Maaon 

Lambeth Anon 

Lead, kindly Light BrackeU 

Let party names no 

more BrackeU 

Linwood G. A, Roeeini 

Lischer Sehneider-Miuon . . . 

Lord! I have made Thy 

words my choice . . .BrackeU 

Louvan V. C, Taylor 

Lux Benigna Ren. J, B. Bykee. . . 

Lux Eoi Sir Arthur 8. Sullivan 

Lyons F, J. Haydn 



118 

00 
44 

190 

98 

87 

176 

70 
204 
169 
228 
178 



Maitland G. N. AUen 

Make channels BrackeU . . . 



66 

86 



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TUNE. Composer, Hymn 

Make haste, Oman... Bhidbeet 110 

Maker F C. Maker 216 

Manoidi arr. from G. A. Roseini 61 

Melcombe Samuel Webbe 18 

Merton WiUiam H. Monk. . 114 

Missionary Chant Charlee Zeuner 8 

Missionary Hymn LoweU Maaon 168 

Morecambe Anon 197 

Moruington G.C.W. Morningion 102 

Munich St&rl-MendeUeohn . . 162 

Naomi NaegeU-Maeon 63 

Nox Praecessit J. B. Calkin 220 

Nurembuig Johann Rudolph Ahle 186 

Oaksville Charlee Zeuner 48 

0*er waiting harp- 
strings of the mind. . William L. Johneon 179 

O God, whose presence 

glows in all BrackeU .. . 26 

Oh, speed thee BrackeU 66 

Old Hundred Guillaume Franck.. 1 

Olmutz arr. by LoweU Maeon 107 

O Love Divine Sir Joeeph Bamby . . 34 

Onward, Christian, 

thou^ the rc^on . . . George GoUerman . . 183 

Ortonville ThonMB Haetinge. . , 41 

Our heaven is every- 
where BrackeU 94 

Park Street F.M. A. Venua 18 

Partners of a glorious 

hope BrackeU 188 

Peace be to this congre- 
gation BrackeU 128 

Pentecost ........... .Reo. WiUiaunBoyd . 207 

Peterborough Ralph Harrieon 47 

Petersham C, W. Poole 90 

Pleyel .IgnacePleyd 189 

Portuguese John Reading 170 

Preghlera Frederic W. Root . . 88 

Press on, press on I BrackeU 4 

Rathbun Ithamar Conkey 116 

Redeemer Handel-Root 122 

Refuge From a German Chorale 206 

Regent Square Henry Smart 229 

Retreat Thomae Hastings . . 19 

Rivaulx Res. J. B. Dykes ... 201 

Rockingham LoweU MoMrn 86 

Rouse, ye soldiers J. H.F. 192 

Sacrifice Henry Lahee 64 

Savannah Ignace Pleyel 168 

Sawley James Walch 213 

Saxby T. R. MaUhews .... 86 

Schumann arr, from Schnunamn 1 

Science Brackdt ^ 

Secoomb CAaries H. Mbrif.^ 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES. 



TUNE. Composer, Hymn 

Serenity arr.from W, F. WaOace 186 

Serug Anon 236 

Seymour arr, from C. M, wm Weber 232 

Shepherd Albert F. Conant. . . 196 

Shepherd, show ue 

how to go WiUiam L. Johnson 161 

Shepherd, show me 

how to go BrackeU 196 

Sicily Sicilian Melody .... Ill 

Silver Street Isaac Smith 100 

Simpson Jrom Louis Spohr. . . 71 

Southport Oeorge Kingsley ... 81 



Southwell . 



.11. S, Irons 214 



Sow in the mom BrackeU 108 

Speak gently BrackeU 60 

Spohr Louis Spohr 92 

St. Agnes Rev, J, B. Dykes ... 66 

St. Anne WiUiam Croft 216 

St. Anselm Sir Joseph Barvjby. . 237 

St. Asaph J,M. Oiomotichi . . 89 

State Street J. C. Woodman 97 

St. Bees Reo, J. B, Dykes ... 281 

St. Cecilia Rev. L. G. Hayne . . 166 

St. Etheldreda Rev, Thomas Turton 64 

St. Flavian Day's Psalter 72 

St. George Sir George J. Elvey 233 

St. Gertrude Sir Arthur 8, SuUivan 167 

St. Leonard Henry Smart 76 

St. Leonard Henry Hiles 219 

St. Magnus Jeremiah Clark 84 

St. MarUn's . WiUiatn Tansur. ... 86 

Stockwell D. E. Jones 117 

St. Oswald Rev. J. B. Dykes.. . 112 

St. Peter A. R. Reinagle 211 

St. Stephen Rev. WUliam Jones . 210 

St. Sylvester Rev. J. B. Dykes. . . 123 

St. Thomas WiUiam Tansur ... 101 

St. Vincent J. Uglow 164 

Bun of our life BrackeU 8 

TalllsCanon Thomas TaUis 202 

Thatcher G. F.Handel 96 



TUNV. Compaeer. Hym 

The Spirit breathes 

upon the word BrackeU 42 

Thy will, almighty 

Father, Thine S. S. Wesley 24 

Toplady Thomas Hastings . . 188 

Toulon The Geneva PsaUer. 166 

Truro Charles Bumey 6 

Truth comes alike 

to all BrackeU IW 

Vainly, through 

night's weary liours .BrackeU 184 

Valete Sir Arthur 8. SuUisan 40 

Varina George F. Root .... 191 



Walt, my heart, upon 

the Lord 

Ward 

Ware 

Wareham 

Wareham 

Warwick 

Watchman 

Wfibh 

Weimar 

We thank Thee 

Whatever dims thy 

sense of truth 

While Thou, O my 

God, art my help . . . 

Wildersmouth 

Wllmot 

Winchester, New 

Woodworth 

Wordsworth 



BrackeU 140 

, arr.by LoweU Mason 3S 
George Kingsley ... 
WiUiam Kncq>p.... 11 
WiUiam Knapp.... 21 

Samud Stanley S17 

LoweU Mason 146 

(?. J. Webb 147 

Ancient Melody 131 

B. J. Hopkine 177 

MendeUeohn 238 



BrackeU. 



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BrackeU 174 

E. J, Hopkins 138 

C.M.wn Weber... 119 
Musikalisches Hand- 

buch, Hamburg ... 22 
W. B. Bradbury. ... 17 
WiUiam H. Monk.. 154 



Ye timid salnta BraduU 62 

York SceUihPsalUT 209 

Zephyr W. B. Bradbury 16 

Zion Thomae HasUngs. . . 133 



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