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To our Delegates: 

We luelcome you to the Fourth National Gon^ 
vention and hope that you will receive both infor- 
mation and insp'iration from the addresses and the 
singing. 

The Elmhurst Hymnal is the official hymnal 
of the convention, and we pi-esent this gift to you 
with the desire that it shall bring comfort and joy 
to you by its frequent use. The hymnal is the 
joint gift of the Eden Publishing House, 1712-18 
Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, Mo., and of the Board 
of Religious Education, 2013 St. Louis Ave., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

The Publishing Hou^e and the Board of Re- 
ligious Education worJc harmoniously together for 
the advancement of religious education, and their 
services are of great value to you as ivorhers in His 
Kingdom. 

Both the Board of Religious Education and 
the Eden Publishing House will gladly offer their 
further services in tvhatever capacity they can. 
They have stood by us, therefore, let us stand by 
them. 

The Convention Committee. 




Anna Singer 



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Shirley Singer 
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Elmhurst Hymnal 

AND 

Orders of Worship 

FOR THE 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Young People's Meetings 

AND 

Church Services 




EDEN PUBLISHING HOUSE 

ST. LOUIS CHICAGO 

1921 



Copyright 1921 

Eden Publishing House 

St Louis, Mo. 



Printed in U. S. A. 

10,000 Printed June, 1921 

5,000 Printed August, 1921 

5,000 Printed September, 1921 

12,000 Printed January, 1922 

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15,700 Printed January, 1927 



PREFACE 

The Elmhuest Hymnal is for the use of the Sunday school in both 
of its functions, worship and religious instruction. The editors freely ac- 
knowledge thoir obligation from the outset to the editors of earlier hymnals, 
and to numerous students of hynuiology and religious education. There was 
only one way to discharge this obligation; and that was, to profit by the ex- 
cellence or suggestion of each, and to make the Elmhurst Hymnal the better 
for it. 

The editors desire to call attention to the following features : 

1. The Elmhurst Hymnal is equally serviceable for the large or the 
small Sunday school. Its range includes hymns for all departments from 
juniors to adults. It is suitable also for young people's meetings, for mid- 
week or Sunday church services. 

2. The selection makes ample provision for every period of the church 
year, all special occasions, seasons, religious and national liolidays, and so 
forth. The hymns include 

First, such as give specific expression to the religious experience and emo- 
tion of youth. 

Second, the great church hymns and popular favorites which should be 
learned, as part of their religious education, by all Sunday school pupils. 

Third, a large number of hymns that appeal to boys and men ; doubtless 
also to girls and women. The book is especially strong in hymns that present 
the Christian attitude toward life and modern problems, and tend to prompt 
Christian conduct and action — purity of life, brotherhood, citizenship, and 
social service, as well as in hymns of prayer, consecration, faith and loyalty. 

Many hymns have been chosen with special reference to their direct ap- 
plication to the lesson of the day. 

3. The Index of Subjects analyzes and classifies all the hymns in such a 
way as to show at a glance what hymns are available for any lesson, topic, or 
occasion. Constant and careful use of the index of subjects will help the pas- 
tor or superintendent to make the most appropriate selection of hymns. 

4. The tunes have been chosen with unusual care. 

In the first place, the editors have sought to admit only good music; 
but they have as rigorously excluded too heavy as well as too trivial tunes, 
bearing in mind always the character of the Elmhurst Hymnal as a book for 
Sunday schools. 

The melodies will be found bright, attractive to youth, pitched within 
range of the average voices. The harmony is simple, and every tune is 
adapted for unison singing. 

In most cases, the tune chosen is the one to which a hymn is commonly 
sung. The use of the Elmhurst Hymnal, therefore, is an education in the 
best Sunday school music, and in much of the best of all sacred music. Where, 
however, usage was not fixed, the editors have chosen what they believed would 
be found the most attractive tune. 

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By way of distinctive contribution, a number of new tunes have been 
written especially for the Elmhurst Hymnal and a number of other tunes 
hitherto found only in German collections are here made available. 

5. Both hymns and tunes have been drawn from a wide range of sources, 
from the most ancient Christian hymn extant, down to the present. As the 
sources are indicated \\itli each hymn and tunc, when known, a little atten- 
tion to this detail cannot but impress the Sunday school with a sense of the 
unity and continuity of Christian worship in all ages and countries. 

6. The text is printed with the music, in clear type, so that it is easy 
to sing new times correctly. Alternate taines frequently appear on opposite 
pages. 

7. Orders of Worship have been specially prepared, and enriched with 
additional responsive readings, to provide suitable liturgic exercises at nil 
times of the year. 

The preliminary work in the preparation of the Elmhurst Hymnal was 
done by a committee consisting of the Eev. Messrs. F. K. Daries, H. Katter- 
john, E. Kockritz, J. Kulbartz, Otto Mayer, Theo. Mayer, J. Pister, 0. Eeller. 
H. L. Streich, and Prof. C. G. Stanger, Messrs. A. Baltzer and J. Andres. 
Miss Lydia Speidel, and the chairman. The final selection and arrangement 
were left to Messrs. Baltzer, Stanger and P. IST. Crusius. In consultation with 
this committee of three, the Eev. Carl F. Crusius has done the editorial work 
for the entire book. Mr. Baltzer and Prof. Stanger have read proof, and Mr. 
Baltzer has also prepared a number of the indexes and seen the book thru the 
press. The topical index is by the chairman. To the Eev. Otto Mayer the 
committee is indebted for the preparation of the orders of worship, and to 
President H. J. Schick of Elmhurst College for opening and closing prayers. 
The editors take pleasure also in acknowledging their obligation to Professor 
H. Augustine Smith of Boston University, who was present at several con- 
ferences, and gave the committee the benefit of his expert knowledge and 
broad experience. 

The Elmhurst Hymnal fittingly appears in the golden anniversary year 
of Elmhurst College, which has sent forth in the fifty years of its existence 
above a thousand Christian ministers and teachers, and in the last six years 
has become the seat of one of the largest summer training schools for Sunday 
school teachers in America. To the college and the summer school the Elm- 
hurst Hymnal owes its name, and to the students and graduates, present and 
future, of these two institutions it is dedicated in the cause of Christ and His 
kingdom. 

Elmhurst, Hlinois, PAUL X. CEUSIUS, 

May 1931. Chairman, Editorial Committee. 



IV 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

To the authors, translators, and composers of hymns and times, and to 
the owners of copyright material used in the Elmhurst Hymnal ; — particu- 
larly, for the free use of tunes written especially for the Elmhurst Hymnal 
by Miss Lydia Speidel and the Eev. Carl F. Crusius, Eev. PI. Kattcrjohn, and 
Professor C. G. Stanger, the editorial committee desires to cxpresrs its sincere 
appreciation. The committee also wishes to make special acknowledgment to 
the Eev. J. H. Horstmann and H. Katterjohn for the use of translations, t() 
the Eev. Otto Mayer for the preparation of the Orders of Worship, and to the 
Eev. Carl F. Crusius for his editorial labors. 

Every effort has been made to give due credit. If, in spite of all pre- 
cautions, errors or omissions have occurred, the chairman of the editorial com- 
mittee will deem it a favor to be apprised of the fact. 



Ain)BRSON Bros., Chicago 
Music Typographers 



ICDSN PtTBLISHINQ HoUSE, St. LOUIB 

Printers and Binders 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Alphabetical Index of First Lines IX 

Index of Subjects XIV 

Junior Index XXV 

Alphabetical Index of Tunes XXVI 

Metrical Index of Tunes XXVIII 

Authors and Translators XXX 

Composers and Sources XXXII 



The Hymns 

NtTMBEB 

Morning Worship 1-12 

The Lord's Day IS-lg 

Evening Worship 19-25 

Close of Worship 26-32 

Praise and Worship 33-43 

Our Father's Love and Care 44-49 

God in Nature 50-62 

The Christ Child 63-84 

Life of Jesus 85-96 

The Man of Sorrows 97-104 

The Risen Christ 105-112 

The King of Glory 113-120 

The Good Shepherd 121-131 

The Holy Spirit 132-134 

The Word of God 135-139 

Call and Response 140-154 

Prayer and Aspiration 155-173 

Love and Consecration 174-187 

Faith and Trust 188-208 

Courage and Loyalty 209-233 

Purity and Self-Control 234-243 

Christian Service and Brotherhood 244-261 

The Church and Home Missions 262-270 

World Missions 271-284 

National 285-295 

Harvest and Thanksgiving 296-298 

The New Year 299-301 

Rally Day 302-304 

Children's Day 305-308 

The Home 309-312 

Eternal Life 313-319 



VII 



Orders of Worship and Responses 

Page 

The Orders of Worship and Their Use 2 — 3 

Index Orders of Worship 4 

Aids to Worship 5 

General Order of Worship 6 

The Orders of Worship 

I. Praise and Worship 7 

II. Our Fatlier's Love and Care — Ttie Good Shepherd. . . 10 

III. God in Nature 14 

IV. The Christ Child— Christmas 17 

V. The Life of Jesus 20 

VI. The Man of Sorrows— Lent 23 

VII. The Risen Christ— Easter 26 

VIII. The Word of God— Reformation Day 29 

IX. The Call and Response — A Life Enlistment Service. . 33 

X. Faith and Trust 37 

XI. Courage and Loyalty — Confirmation 40 

XII. Purity and Self-Control 43 

XIII. Christian Service and Brotherhood I. — Advent .... 45 

XIV. Christian Service and Brotherhood II. — The Church 
and Home Missions 48 

XV. Christian Service and Brotherhood III. — World Mis- 
sions 51 

XVI. Our Country — Patriotic 55 

XVII. Harvest and Thanksgiving 59 

XVIII. Rally Day— Promotion 62 

Responsive Eeadings 66 — 73 

Apostles' Creed 72 

Opening and Closing Prayers 73 

OfEertory Hymn 73 



VIII 



Alphabetical Index of First Lines 



Hymn 

A Joyous Song Once More We Bring 307 
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God . . . 262 
Abide With Me, Fast Falls the Even- 
tide 24 

Afar in the Desert 123 

Almighty God, Thy Word Is Cast 

(Orders of Worship, page 32) 

All Beautiful the March of Days. . . 59 

All Glory Laud and Honor 94 

All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name . 115 

All My Heart This Night Rejoices . 79 

Am I A Soldier Of the Cross .... 228 

Ancient Of Days, Who Sittest ... 37 

Angels From the Realms Of Glory . 66 

Angel Voices Ever Singing 43 

Another Year Is Dawning 300 

Anywhere With Jesus 198 

Arise Ye Soldiers Of the Cross ... 226 

Art Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid 142 

As the Sun Doth Daily Rise .... 6 

As With Gladness Men of Old . . . 84 

Asleep In Jesus 314 

At All Times Praise the Lord .... 40 
At Length There Dawns the Glorious 

Day 244 

Awake, Glad Soul, Awake 107 

Awake, My Soul, Stretch Every Nerve 10 

Away In A Manger 74 

Beneath the Cross Of Jesus .... 101 

Blessed Assurance 195 

Blest Be the Tie That Binds .... 27 

Break Thou the Bread Of Life ... 135 

Brightly Beams Our Father's Mercy 245 

Brightly Gleams Our Banner .... 214 

Can You Count the Stars 57 

Carol, Sweetly, Carol 76 

Christ for the World We Sing (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 51) 

Christ the Lord Is Risen Today . . . 105 

Christian, Dost Thou See Them ... 234 

Come Hither Ye Children 70 

Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be Wa- 
king 5 

Come Thou Almighty King 3 

Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing 117 

Come To the Saviour, Children All . 129 

Come Unto Me, Ye Weary 141 

Come With Hearts Rejoicing On This 

Happy Day 303 

Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain. 112 

Come, Ye Thankful People, Come . . 298 

Conquering Now and Still to Conquer 222 



Hymn 

Courage, Brother, Do Not Stumble . 223 

Crown Him With Many Crowns ... 114 

Dare To Be Brave, Dare To Be True 236 

Day Is Dying In the West 21 

Dear Lord and Father Of Mankind . 155 

Down In the Valley With My Saviour 152 

Draw Thou My Soul, Christ ... 159 

Encamped Along the Hills Of Light. 207 

Eternal Father, Strong To Save . . 206 

Every Morning Mercies New .... 8 

Face to Face With Christ, My Saviour 317 

Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

Faith Of Our Fathers, Living Still . 209 

Far Above In Highest Heaven . . . 306 

Far Out On the Desolate Billow . . 47 
Father Almighty, Bless Us (Orders 

of Worship, page 50) 

Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer . 168 
Father In Heaven (The Lord's Prayer) 

(Orders of Worship, page 13) 

Father, Lead Me Day By Day .... 162 
Fight the Good Fight With All Thy 

Might 232 

Fling Out the Banner 272 

For All the Saints 316 

For the Beauty Of the Earth .... 41 

Forward Be Our Watchword .... 217 

Forward Through the Ages 257 . 

From Age To Age They Gather ... 288 

From Greenland's Icy Mountains . . 279 

From Heaven Above To Earth I Come 71 

From Ocean Unto Ocean 267 

From the Eastern Mountains. ... 81 

Galilee, Bright Galilee 87 

Gently, Gently Kneel and Pray . . . 165 

Give Of Your Best To the Master . . 182 
Give Thou, Thy Youth to God (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 64) 
Gloria Patri (Orders of Worship, page 14) 

Glorious Things Of Thee Are Spoken 263 

Go When the Morning Shineth ... 156 

God Be With You Till We Meet Again 30 

God Bless Our Native Land 290 

God Bless the Home 310 

God Gives Us the Flowers 52 

God Hath Sent His Angels 109 

God Is Love, His Mercy Brightens . 48 

God Is My Strong Salvation .... 212 

God Of Might, We Praise Thy Name. 33 
God of Our Boyhood (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 44) 



IX 



Alphabetical Index of First Lines 



Hymn 

God Of Our Fathers 295 

God Of the Earth, the Sky, the Sea. 55 
God of the Strong, God of the Weak 
(Orders of Worship, page 56) 

God Save America 293 

God Send Us Men 255 

God Speaks To Us In Bird and Song. 54 

God Will Take Care Of You 44 

Golden Harps Are Sounding 113 

Grander Than the Ocean's Story (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 12) 
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah . . 32 

Hail To the Brightness 275 

Hail To the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
Hallelujah, Hallelujah (Orders of 

Worship, page 26) 
Hallelujah, Fairest Morning .... 18 

Hark, Hark, My Soul 313 

Hark, Ten Thousand Harps and Voi- 
ces 116 

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing ... 65 
Hark the Voice Of Jesus Crying . . 269 
Hark, 'Tis the Shepherd's Voice I 

Hear 260 

Hark To the Sound Of Voices .... 227 
Hark, What Sounds Are Sweetly 

Stealing 77 

Hast Thou Heard It, O My Brother . 254 
■ He Leadeth Me, O Blessed Thought . 45 
Hear, Lord, Our Humble Supplica- 
tion (Response), (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 24) 
Hear Then in Love (Response), (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 42) 

Hear Us Our Father 163 

Hearing Thy Gentle Voice 151 

Holy Ghost, With Light Divine ... 133 
Holy, Holy, Holy (Response), (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 16) 
Holy, Holy, Holy (Response), (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 44) 
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty 2 

Holy Night, Peaceful Night 73 

Holy Spirit, Truth Divine 132 

Honor and Glory, Thanksgiving and 
Praise (Orders of Worship, page 
15) 

Hosanna, Loud Hosanna 95 

How Firm A Foundation 188 

Hushed Was the Evening Hymn . . 140 

I Am Trusting Thee, Lord Jesus . . 190 
I Can Hear My Saviour Calling . . . 153 



Hymn 

I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day. 75 

I Love Thy Kingdom Lord 265 

I Love To Tell the Story 183 

I Met the Good Shepherd 102 

I Need Thee Every Hour 191 

I Say To All Men Far and Near. . . Ill 

I Sing the Praise Of Love Unbounded 39 
I Think When I Read That Sweet 

Story Of Old 92 

I've Found A Friend 194 

I Was A Wandering Sheep 143 

I Would Be True 238 

If You Cannot On The Ocean .... 270 

Immortal Love Forever Full 176 

In Christ There Is No East or West 

(Orders of Worship, page 54) 
In Heaven and In Our Hearts He Liv- 

eth 128 

In Life's Earnest Morning (Orders of 

(Orders of Worship, page 35) 

In Love's Fellowship We Meet You . 304 

In the Cross Of Christ I Glory. ... 104 

In the Hour Of Trial 241 

It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. . 64 
It May Not Be On the Mountain's 

Height 252 

Jerusalem the Golden 318 

Jesus Calls Us O er the Tumult ... 148 

Jesus Is All the World To Me. . . . 196 

Jesus Is Tenderly Calling Thee Home 150 

Jesus, King Of Glory 164 

Jesus, Lover Of My Soul 201 

Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me 199 

Jesus Shall Reign 273 

Jesus, the Very Thought Of Thee . . 119 

Joy To The World 63 

Just As I Am, Thine Own To Be . . 175 

Just As I Am, Without One Plea . . 149 

Keep Thyself Pure, Christ's Soldier. 242 

Lead Kindly Light 193 

Lead On King Eternal 220 

Let Not Thy Hands Be Slack (Orders 

of Worship, page 63) 

Let the Merry Church Bells Ring . . 110 

Let the Whole Creation Cry 62 

Let Us With A Gladsome Mind (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 9) 
Lift Up Your Voices Now (Orders of 

Worship, page 27) 

Light Of the World We Hail Thee. . 12 

Listen To the Voice Of Jesus .... 93 



X 



Alphabetical Index of First Lines 



Hymn 

Long Ago the Lilies Faded 49 

Looking Upward Every Day 157 

Lord, As To Thy Dear Cross We Flee 

(Orders of Worship, page 25) 

Lord, Dismiss Us With Thy Blessing 31 
Lord, For Tomorrow and Its Needs 

(Orders of Worship, page 37) 
Lord, Have iMercy (Response), (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 30) 

Lord, I Would Praise Thee 184 

Lord Jesus Christ, For Love Of Thee 256 
Lord Of All Being, Throned Afar . . 17 
Lord, Speak To Me That I May Speak 248 
Lord, Teach Us The Lesson Of Lov- 
ing 181 

Love Divine, All Love Excelling . . 173 
Love Thyself Last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Make Haste. Man, To Live .... 230 

March On, Soul, With Strength . . 208 

Marching With the Heroes 218 

Master No Offering Costly and Sweet 247 

'Mid Pleasures and Palaces 312 

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory Of 

the Lord 287 

More Love To Thee, Christ .... 167 

My Country, 'Tis Of Thee 289 

My Faith Looks Up To Thee .... 189 
My God, i Thank Thee Who Hast 

Made 9 

My Jesus, As Thou Wilt 192 

My Jesus, I Love Thee 185 

Nearer My God To Thee 160 

Now May He Who From the Dead 

(Orders of Worship, page 28) 

Now Thank We All Our God .... 34 

Now the Day Is Over 23 

Now To Heaven Our Prayer Ascend- 
ing 233 

Beautiful For Spacious Skies ... 291 

Come All Ye Faithful 69 

Day Of Rest and Gladness 14 

O For A Closer Walk With God. . . 202 

God, Beneath Thy Guiding Hand. . 286 

O God Of Love, O King Of Peace . . 283 

God, Our Help In Ages Past. ... 166 

O God, the Rock Of Ages 301 

O God, Who Workest Hitherto (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 65) 

O Happy Home 309 

Happy Time Of Reaping 297 

Jesus, I Have Promised 177 



llymu 
O Jesus, Prince Of Life and Truth. . 243 

O Jesus, Thou Art Standing 147 

O Jesus, Thou Wast Tempted .... 237 
O Little Town Of Bethlehem .... 68 
Lord of Heaven and Earth and Sea 

(Orders of Worship, page 61) 
Lord Our God, Thy Mighty Hand 292 
O Lord, Thy Benediction Give. ... 271 
O Love, That Wilt Not Let Me Go . . 161 
O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee . 253 
O Master, When Thou Callest (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 40) 
O Praise The Lord (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 9) 
Sacred Head, Now Wounded . . . 100 

O Saviour, Precious Saviour 118 

O Say Can You See 285 

Still In Accents Sweet and Strong 

(Orders of Worship, page 34) 
O Thou Joyful Christmas Tide ... 80 
Thou Who Hearest Every Heart 
(Response), (Orders of Worship, 
page 36) 

O Worship the King 35 

O Worship the Lord (Response), (Or- 
der of Worship, page 40) 
O Zion, Haste, Thy Mission High Ful- 
filling 274 

Oft In Danger, Oft In Woe (Orders of 
Worship, page 42) 

On Our Way Rejoicing 29 

Once In Royal David's City (Orders 

of Worship, page 19) 
One There Is Above All Others ... 126 

Onward Christian Soldiers 213 

Open My Eyes, That I May See . . . 137 
Our Country's Voice Is Pleading , . 268 
Our Flag Has the Blue Of the Heav- 
ens 308 

Out Of My Bondage Sorrow and 

Night 144 

Pass Me Not, Gentle Saviour ... 154 

Praise God From Whom All Bless- 
ings Flow (Doxology), (Orders of 
Worship, page 7) 

Praise the Lord, Ye Heavens Adore 

Him 36 

Praise Thou the Lord, the Almighty 
(Orders of Worship, page 59) 

Purer Yet and Purer 239 

Rejoice Ye Pure In Heart 1 

Rescue the Perishing 246 

Ride On, Ride On In Majesty .... 97 



XI 



Alphabetical Index of First Lines 



Ring Out, Wild Bells, To the Wild 

Sky 

Ring the Joy-Bells, Christ Has Risen 

Rise Up, O Men Of God 

Rock Of Ages, Cleft For Me 158 



Hymu 

302 
108 
266 



Safely Through Another Week ... 13 
Saviour, Again To Thy Dear Name . 26 
Saviour, Breathe An Evening Bless- 
ing 22 

Saviour, Hear Us We Pray 169 

Saviour, Lead Me Lest I Stray ... 203 

Saviour, Like A Shepherd Lead Us. . 121 

Saviour, Teach Me Day By Day. . . 170 

Saviour, Thy Dying Love 171 

Saviour, While My Heart Is Tender. 178 

Send Thou, O Lord, To Every Place. 281 

Shepherd Of Israel Keeping Thy Sheep 122 

Shepherd Of Tender Youth 4 

Sing Them Over Again To Me . . . 139 

Singing For Jesus, Praising His Name 180 

Softly And Tenderly Jesus Is Calling 145 

Softly Now the Light Of Day .... 19 

Soldiers Of Christ Arise 219 

Sound the Battle Cry 221 

Sowing In the Morning 250 

Speed Away 282 

Spirit Of God, Descend Upon My 

Heart 134 

Stand Fast For Christ, Thy Saviour. 210 

Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus. . . . 211 

Standing At the Portal 299 

Stars All Bright Are Beaming ... 72 

Striving Onward, Pressing Forward. 225 

Summer Suns Are Glowing 53 

Sun Of My Soul, Thou Saviour Dear 25 

Take My Life and Let It Be 174 

Take Thou My Hand 187 

Take Time To Be Holy 186 

Tell Me the Stories Of Jesus 89 

Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand. 319 
The Beautiful Bright Sunshine ... 56 
The Church's One Foundation. . . . 264 

The Day Of Resurrection 106 

The Day Thou Gavest Lord 7s Ended 20 

The Dearest Friend 127 

16 

258 

229 

78 

51 

61 

124 

28 



The Earth Is Hushed In Silence. . . 

The Fathers Built This City 

The Fight Is On 

The First Noel the Angel Did Say. . 
The Glory Of the Spring How Sweet. 
The Heavens Declare Thy Glory. . . 
The King Of Love My Shepherd Is. . 
The Lord Be With Us As We Bend . 



Hymn 

The Lord Is My Shepherd 125 

The Lord Is Rich and Merciful (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 38) 
The Lord's Prayer (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 13) 
The Morning Light Is Breaking. . . 278 
The Pilgrim and the Stranger. . . . 315 
The Son Of God Goes Forth To War. 215 
The Spacious Firmament On High. . 60 
The Sunday Bells Are Calling. ... 15 
The Voice Of God Is Calling (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
The Whole Wide World For Jesus. . 280 
The Wise May Bring Their Learning 261 
The Work Is Thine, Christ, Our 
Lord (Orders of Worship, page 
52) 

There's A Beautiful Star 82 

There's A Song In the Air 67 

There's A Wideness In God's Mercy. 46 

There Is Beauty All Around 311 

There Is A Green Hill Far Away . . 99 
There Is Sunshine In My Soul Today 130 
These Things Shall Be — A Loftier 

Race 284 

Thine Arm, O Lord, In Days Of Old. 90 
Thou Art My Shepherd (Orders of 

Worship, page 10) 
Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne ... 85 
Thou Didst Teach the Thronging 

People 240 

Through the Night Of Doubt and 

Sorrow 224 

Thy Blessing, Lord (Orders of 

Worship, page 39) 
Thy Wora Is Like A Garden .... 138 

'Tis Children's Day 305 

'Tis Midnight and On Olive's Brow . 98 
'Tis So Sweet To Walk With Jesus . 179 
'Tis the blessed Hour Of Prayer. . . 172 
To Thee, Eternal Soul, Be Praise 

(Orders of Worship, page 31) 
True-Hearted, Whole-Hearted. ... 231 

Under His Wings 204 

Wait, My Soul, Upon Him 200 

Watchman, Tell Us Of the Night 

(Orders of Worship, page 47) 
We've A Story To Tell To the Na- 
tions 276 

We Give Thee But Thine Own (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 73) 
We Give To God Immortal Praise. . 42 
We Have Heard the Joyful Sound. . 277 



XII 



Alphabetical Index of First Lines 



Hymu 

We Plough the Fields and Scatter. . 296 
We Praise Thee, O God (Orders of 

Worship, page 55) 

We Praise Thee, O God, Our Redeemer 38 
We Sail Along Toward the Harbor 

Light 131 

We Sing A Loving Jesus 96 

We Thank Thee, O Our Father ... 50 

We Three Kings Of Orient Are ... 83 

Vv'e Would See Jesus 86 

Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome . . . 146 

What A Friend We Have In Jesus. . 197 

What A Strange and Wondrous Story 88 

AVhen I Survey the Wondrous Cross. 103 

When Morning Gilds the Skies ... 11 

When the Lord Of Love Was Here . 91 
When Thy Heart With Joy O'erflow- 

ing 251 

When We Walk With the Lord ... 205 



Hymn 

When Wilt Thou Save the People 

(Orders of Worship, page 49) 
Where Cross the Crowded Ways Of 

Life 249 

While Shepherds Watched Their 

Flocks By Night (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 18) 

Who Is On the Lord's Side 216 

Who Would Not Love the Bible. . . 136 

With Gladness We Worship 7 

With Happy Voices Singing 58 

Work For the Night Is Coming ... 259 

Ye Fair Green Hills Of Galilee (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 22) 

Ye Servants Of God, Your Master 
Proclaim (Orders of Worship, p. 20) 

Yield Not To Temptation 235 

Your Flag and My Flag 294 



XIII 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
Advent 

Litflitoftlieworld.wehailThee . 12 
*.Ioy to the world 63 



M'liou didst leave Thy throne 

*AI1 (;lory laud and honor .... 

*Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 

*Watchman, tell us of the (Orders 
of Worship, page 47) 

Anniversary 

"Rejoice, ye pure in heart . 

Now thank we all our God 

Ancient of Days 

O God our help in ages past 

•Singing for Jesus .... 

"Brightly plcams our banner 

"Forward be our watchword 

God the Rock of A TCS 

See also God, cniDANCE of; our help 
Praise of God; Thanks 



Armor, Christian 

Encamped along the hills .... 207 

"Stand up for Jesus 211 

"Soldiers of Christ, arise .... 219 

SounJ the battle cry 221 

*Ari8c, ve soldiers of the Cross . . 225 

The fight is on 229 

Ascension 

"Golden harps are sounding ... 113 

Croivn Him vith many crowns . 114 

Hark! ten thousand harps .... 116 

Aspiration 

Awake, my soul, stretch every . . 10 

Spirit of God, descend upon my . 131 

"Looking upward every day . . . 157 

Drav Thou my soul, O Christ . . 159 

Nearer, my God, to Thee .... 160 

Love, that wilt not let me go . 161 

More love to Thee 167 

Mv faith looks up to Thee ... 189 

•I would be true 238 

Purer yet and purer 239 

See also Prayer 

Assurance See Faith 

Atonement See Christ: passion and 

death; also Christ: love of; our 
saviour; Cross of Christ 



Autumn 

"We p'ough the fields _ 296 

"0 happy time of reaping .... 297 
See also Thanl<sgiving 

Baptism 

Shepherd of tender youth .... 4 

Beauty 

"Light of the world, we hail Thee 1 2 

"For the beauty of the earth . . 41 

"The beautiful bright sunshine . 50 

All beautiful the march of days 59 

"Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

See also God; globt of; God In Nature, 
hymns 50-62 

Bells 

•When morning gilds the skies . . 11 

The Sunday bells arecalling . . 15 

"The earth is hushed in silence . 16 

I heard the bells on Christmas . . 75 

Ring the joy-bells 108 

Let the merry church bells ... 110 

•Ring out, wild bells 302 

Hark, hark, my soul 313 



Number 
Benediction 
See Prayers For Benediction 

Bible 

Hymns 135-139; fl/jo 

*How firm a foundation 188 

Almighty God, Thy Word is cast 

(Orders of Worship, page 32) 

Boys, Hymns for 

See Courage; Duty; Loyalty to Christ; 

Manliness; Purity; Soldiers of Christ; 

Temptation 

Bread, Daily 

God will take care of you 
"The King of Love .... 
The Lord is my Shepherd . 
"We plow the fields . . . 



44 
124 
125 
296 



Bread of Life 

"Every morning mercies new 
"0 Day of rest and gladness . 
"Break Thou the bread of life 



14 
135 



Brotherhood 

Blest be the tie 27 

Rise up, o men of God 266 

"Onward, Christian soldiers . . . 213 

Courage, brother, do not .... 223 

Through the night of doubt ... 224 

Now to Heaven our prayer . . . 233 

U length there dawns the glorious 244 

Rescue the perishing 246 

"0 Master let me walk 253 

Hast thou heard it, O my brother 254 
When thy heart with joy o'erflowing 251 

"Forward through the ages . . . 257 

"The fathers built this city ... 258 

"0 beautiful for spacious skies . . 291 

"0 Lord our God Thy mighty . . 292 

God save America 293 

Love thyself last vOrders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 
In Christ there is no East or West 

(Orders of Worship, page 51) 
Let not thy hands be slack (Orders 
of Worship, page 63) 

Children's Day 

"Rejoice, ye pure in heart .... 1 

Shepherd of tender youth .... 4 

"With happy voices singing ... 58 

"All glory, laud and honor .... 94 

"Hosanna, loud Hosanna .... 95 

"We sing a loving Jesus 96 

"Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

•Saviour like a Shepherd .... 121 

The Dearest Friend 127 

•In Heaven and in our hearts . . 128 

•Come to the Saviour 129 

• 'Tis so sweet to walk with Jesus 1 79 

•Singing for Jesus 180 

•The Wise may bring their ... 261 

Forward throuih the ages .... 259 

•The whole wide world for Jesus . 280 

* 'Tis children's day 305 

•Far above in highest heaven . . 306 

•A joyous song once more . . . 307 
See also Rally Day; God in Nature, 
hymns 50-62 

Christ 

ACCEPTANCE OP 

*Thou didst leave Thy throne . . 85 

•0 Jesus, Thou art standing . . . 147 

Just as I am without one plea . . 149 

Hearing Thy gentle voice .... 151 

XIV 



Number 

Pass me not, gentle Saviour . . 154 

Love, that wilt not let me go . 161 
"Just as I am Thine own to be . 175 
My Jesus, I love Thee 185 

1 need Thee every hour 191 

See also Consecration; Decision 

ADORATION OP 

Saviour, precious Saviour ... 118 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee . 119 

"Fairest Lord Jesus 1 20 

Love, that wilt not let me go . 161 

"Singing for Jesus! praising His . 180 

Lord, I would praise Thee ... 184 

See also Christ; Coronation; Lord and 
Master; Ruler 

Advent op 
See Advent 

Ascension op 
See Ascension 

Birth op 
See Christmas 

Call to us 
See The Call and Response, Hymns 141- 

154 
also Master when Thou callest 
(Orders of Worship, page 40) 

Childhood op 

"We would see Jesus 86 

We sing a loving Jesus 96 

"Come to the Saviour, children all 129 
Jesus, Prince of life and truth . 243 
Ye fair green hills of Galilee (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 22) 

Children's Friend 
•Tell me the stories of Jesus 
"I think when I read . . . 
•AH glory laud and honor . 
"Hosanna loud hasanna 
The Dearest Friend .... 
•In heaven and in our hearts 
•Come to the Saviour, children a 
See also Christ, otiR Friend 

Coming ro Christ 
See Christ, Acceptance op; Decision 

Conqueror, The 

•Jesus, King of Glory 164 

Conquering now and still to conquer 222 
Lord Jesus Christ! for love of Thee 256 

Jesus shall reign 273 

Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 

Coronation of 

Crown Him with many 114 

"AH hail the power 115 

Hark, ten thousand harps .... 116 
See also Ascension, Praise 

DlVINITTT OF 

•Joy to the world 63 

"Thou didst leave Thy throne . . 85 

"All glory, laud, and honor ... 94 

"We sing a loving Jesus .... 96 

"When I survey the wondrous cross 103 

"Jesus, King of Glory ... 164 
See also Trinity, the Holy 

Example, our 

"When the Lord of Love was here 91 

"Saviour, teach me day by day . 1 70 

Immortal Love, forever full ... 176 



92 
94 
95 
127 
128 
129 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
JefUB, Thou wast tempted . . 237 

Lord, speak to me . 248 

Master, let me walk with Thee 2.").'i 
Ye fair green hills of Galilee (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 22) 

Fellowship of 

Abide with me 24 

Down in the valley with my Saviour 152 

•'Tis 80 sweet to walk with Jesus 1 79 

My Jesus, I love Thee 185 

Jesus is all the world to me . . 196 

O for a closer walk with God . . 202 

When we walk with the Lord . . 205 

*0 Master, let me walk with . . . 253 
In Christ there is no East or West 

(Orders of Worship, poge 54) 
See also Christ, Our Friend; Consecra- 
tion; DIscipleshIp 

Our Friend 
One there is above all others 

The Dearest Friend 

*In heaven and in our hearts 
*Ju:*t as I am, Thine own to be 
Jesus, I have promised . . . 
'I've found a friend, O such . . 
Je»us is all the world to me . . 
'What a friend we have * . . 
See also Children's Friend 

HUMILITT 

•Thou didst leave Thy throne . 
*When the Lord of love was here 
One there is above all othera 
*Come to the Saviour, children 
*0 Jesus, Thou art standing 
See also Christ: Our Friend 



I2fi 
127 
128 
175 
177 
194 
196 
197 



85 
91 
126 
129 
147 



Intercession of 
Golden harps are sounding 
Shepherd of Israel .... 
•Je'us, King of Glory . . 
•Saviour, hear us we pray 
In the hour of trial . . . 



113 
122 
164 
169 
241 



Invitation, To Weart 

Come unto me ye weary .... 141 

Art thou weary, art thou .... 142 

•Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult . . 148 
See also Christ: Call To Us; Welcome 
TO Sinners; Comfort 

Kino 

•The King of Love my Shepherd 124 

•Je.sus, King of glory 164 

•Stand up for Jesus 211 

•Lead on, King Eternal ... 220 

True hearted, whole hearted . . 231 
See also Christ: Coronation; Conquer- 
or; Ruler. 

Lamb of God 

Crown him with many crowns . . 114 

Just as I am without one plea . . 149 

My faith looks up to Thee . . 189 

for a closer walk with God . . 202 

Leader 

•Saviour, like a Shepherd . i . . 121 

•The King of Love my Shepherd 124 

•The Lord is my Shepherd ... 125 

Down in the valley with my Saviour 152 

1 can hear my Saviour calling . . 153 
•.Anywhere with Jesus I can .lafely gol98 
Saviour, lead me lest I stray . . 203 



Number 

When we walk with the Lord . . 205 

The Son of God goes forth ... 215 

•Lead on, King Eternal .... 220 

It may not be on the mount.iin's . 252 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love of Thee 25') 
See also Soldiers of Christ 

Life Story 
Hymns 85-96; also 

Thou didst teach the thronging 240 

Living Lord, The 

.\bide with me, fast falls .... 24 

•Galilee, bright Galilee 87 

Crown him with many crowns . . 114 

Saviour, precious Saviour ... 118 

There is sunshine 130 

•Immortal Love, forever full ... 176 

In the hour of trial 241 

•0 Master, let me walk 253 

Lord and Master 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 

'Just as I am. Thine own to be . 175 

'Immortal Love, forever full ... 176 

'O Jesus, I have promised ... 177 

O Master, let me walk with Thee 253 

True-hearted, whole-hearted ... 231 
SV^ also Christ: Ruler 



LOVE of, to U3 

'Listen to the voice of Jesus . 
'I met the Good Shepherd . . 
Jesus, the very thought of Thee 
Love, that wilt not let me go 
*Love Divine, all love excelling . 
'Immortal Love, forever full 
'I love to tell the story .... 
•Grander than ocean's story (Or 

ders of Worship, page 12) 
See also Christ: passion and 

lover of our souls 
'There is a green hill far away 

Saviour, precious Sai iour . . 

*0 Jesus, thou artstanding ^ . . 

Love, that wilt not let me go . 
'.Saviour, teach me day by day 

Saviour, Thy dying love . . . 

*Love Divine, all love excelling . 
Jesus, Lover of my soul .... 



ministry of 
Hymns 85-96; also 
•Break thou the bread of life 
Dear Lord and Father . . . . 
•Thou didst teach the thronging 

passion and death 
•Thou didst leave thy throne . . 
•What a strange and wondrous 
•There is a green hill far away 
O sacred Head, now wounded 
Beneath the cross of Jesus 
•I met the good Shepherd 
When I survey the wondrous 
In the cross of Christ I glory 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me 
Saviour, Tny dying love i. . 

patience of 
*0 Jesus, Thou art standing 
Love, that wilt not let me go 
•0 Master let me walk .... 



PHTSICIAN, THE great 

•We would see Jesus ..... 
•Cialilee, bright Galilee .... 



93 
102 
119 
161 
173 
176 
183 



99 
118 
147 
161 
170 
171 
173 
201 



135 
155 

240 

85 
88 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
1.58 
171 

147 
161 
253 



87 



Number 
•Thine arm, Lord, in days of . 90 
'Immortal Love, forever full . . 176 
'Thou didst teach the thronging . 240 

pilot 

'Wesailalong toward the harbor 131 

'.Saviour, hear us we pray .... 1 09 

Jesus.Saviour, pilot me 199 

praise of 
See Praise of Christ 

PUESBNCE OF 

See Christ the living lord 

Prince of Peace 

Ancient of days 37 

•Hark, th« herald angels sing ... 65 
Crown him with many crowns . . 114 
'Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
'Watchman, tell us of the night 
(Orders of Worship, page 47) 

refuge, oue 

How firm a foundation 1 88 

What a friend we have 197 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 201 

Under His wings 204 

HESUBRECTION 

See Easter 

RETURN 

Hark, ten thousand harps .... 116 
'0 Zion haste thy mission high . . 274 

Ten thousand times 319 

'Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
'Watchman, tell us of the night 
(Orders of Worship, page 47) 

RULER 

'Joy to the world 63 

Golden harps are sounding ... 113 

Crown Him with many 114 

'Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

'Stand up for Jesus 21 1 

Jesus shall reign 273 

SAVIOUR, OUR 

•Listen to the voice of Jesus . . 93 

•We sing a loving Jesus 96 

Art Thou weary ........ 142 

Pass me not, O gentle Saviour . . 154 

Saviour, Thy dying love .... 171 

My Jesus, I love Thee 185 

My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 
See also C\[it\sX; PASSION and death; 
Salvation 



shepherd, the good 
Shepherd of tender youth . . . 
•I met the good Shepherd . . 
'Saviour, like a shepherd . . . 
Shepherd of Israel, keeping 



4 

102 
121 
122 

Afar in the desert 123 

•The King of Love my Shepherd 124 
•The Lord is mv Shepherd ... 125 
I was a wandering sheep .... 143 
Hark, 'tis the Shepherd's voice . 260 

STMPATHT OF 

See Christ: our friend; love to us; 

LOVER OF OUR souls; THB ORIAT 
PHTSICUN 



TEACHER 

•We would see Jesus 

•When the Lord of love was here 



XV 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
•Break Thou the bread of life . . 135 

•Saviour teach me day 170 

•Thou didst teach the thronging . 240 

Lord speaic to me 248 

*0 Master, let me walk 253 

TEMPTATION OP 

Jesus, Thou wast tempted . . 237 

*Thou didst teach the thronging . 240 

Jesus, Prince of life and tnith . 243 
Sff also Temptation 

WELCOME TO SINNERS 

*Singthem over again tome ... 139 

1 was a wandering sheep ..... 143 
Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling 145 
Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome . . 146 

Jesus is tenderly calling 150 

Just as I am without one plea . . 149 

Christian Life 

See Christ: Example; Church; Conflict 

with Sin; Consecration; Decision; 

Daily Life; Following Christ; Prayer; 

Purity; Service to others; Serving 

Jesus; Soldiers of Christ; Temptation 

and others. 

Christmas 

Hymns 63-84 

also 

•While shepherds watched their 
flocks (Orders of Worship, 
page 18) 

•Once in Royal David's city (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 19) 

Church, the Militant . 

•Faith of our fathers 209 

*Onward, Christian soldiers . . . 213 
Lord Jesus Christ! For love of Thee 256 
The Church's one foundation . . 264 
I love Thy kingdom, Lord .... 265 

Rise up, men of God 266 

O Lord, Thy benediction give . . 271 
See also Cross, The Banner of the; 

Kingdom of God; Missions; Social 

Progress 

Church, The Triumphant 

Glorious things of thee are spoken 263 

For all the saints who from their 316 

•Jerusalem the golden 318 

•Ten thousand times ten thousand 319 

Church, Membership in the 
See Church Militant; Confirmation; De- 
cision 



Church-Going 

Safely through another week . 
The Sunday bells are calling 
•The earth is hushed in silence 
Hallelujah! Fairest morning . 
I love Thy kingdom. Lord 



13 
15 
16 
18 
265 

Citizenship 

Now to Heaven our prayer ascending 233 
At length there dawns the glorious 244 
God send us men whose aim 'twill be 255 
These things shall be, a loftier race 284 
O God, beneath Thy guiding hand 286 
*My country, 'tis of thee .... 289 
•0 beautiful for spacious skies . . 291 
♦0 Lord our God, Thy mighty hand 292 

(!od save America 293 

•God of our Fathers, whose almighty 295 



Number 
•Ring out wild bells to the wild sky 302 
The voice of God is calling (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 33) 

City of God 

•Forward be our watchword . . 217 

Glorious things of thee are spoken 263 

•Jerusalem the golden 318 

Close of worship 

Hymns 26-32; a//o 

Ancient of days 37 

*0 Master, let me walk with Thee 253 
Lord, Thy benediction give . . 271 

Hark, hark, my soul 313 

Almighty God, Thy word is cast 

(Orders of Worship, page 32) 
God of the strong, God of the weak 

Orders of Worship, page 56) 
See also Doxologies 

Comfort 

•(Jalilee, bright Galilee 87 

•When the Lord of love was here 91 

Come unto me, ye weary • •.• • 1*1 
Art thou weary, art thou languid 142 
'Tis the blessed hour of prayer . . 172 
•What a friend we have in Jesus . 197 
The Lord is rich and merciful (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 38) 
Common Faith, Hope, Good, and Aim 
•Onward Christian Soldiers ... 213 
•Brightly gleams our banner . . . 214 
Through the night of doubt and . 224 
Now to heaven our prayer ascending 233 
At length there dawns the glorious 244 
•Forward through the ages .... 257 
•The fathers built this city . . . 25 J 
In Christ there is no East or West 

(Orders of Worship, page 54) 
God of the strong, God of the weak 
(Orders of Worship, page 56) 

Lord of heaven, and earth and sea 

(Orders of Worship, page 61; 

Communion. Holy 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee 
The King of Love my shepherd is 
Break Thou the bread of life . 
Come unto me, ye weary . . 

Rock of Ages 

My faith looks up to Thee 

1 am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus 
Master let me walk with Thee 



119 
124 
135 
141 
158 
189 
190 
253 



Communion of Saints 

•Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore 36 
For all the saints who from their 316 

Confession of Sin 

•Every morning mercies new . . 8 

I was a wandering sheep .... 143 

Just as I am without one plea . . 149 

My Jesus, I love Thee 185 

Confidence 

See Faith and Trust; Trust in God 

Confirmation 

Shepherd of tender youth .... 4 
(for the congregation, especially 
parents) 
Saviour, precious Saviour ... 118 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart 134 
O Jesus, Thou art standing ... 147 
Draw Thou ray soul, Christ . . 159 
F"ather, hear the prayer we offer . 168 

XVI 



Number 

Takemy lifeand Ictit be .... 174 

Just as I am. Thine own to be . . 175 

Jesus, I have promised .... 177 

Saviour, whi e my heart is tender 178 

My Jesus, I Love Thee 185 

Faith of our Fathers 209 

Master, let me walk with Thee 253 
In Life's earnest morning (Orders 

of Worship, page 35 
S*'^' fl/.to Christ, Acceptance of; Conse- 
cration; Decision; Following Christ; 
Palm Sunday; Prayer; Soldiers of 
Christ; and others 

Conflict with sin {the individual) 

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve 10 

March on, O soul, with strength . 208 

Stand fast for Christ, thy Saviour 210 

•God is my strong salvation . . . 212 

Courage, brother, do not stumble 223 

Fight the good fight 232 

Christian, dost thou see them . 234 

*Yield not to temptation .... 235 

Hast thou heard it, my brother 254 
Oft in danger, oft in woe (Orders 

of Worship, page 42) 
See also Courage; Purity; Temptation 

Consecration, of our lives 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 

Love that wilt not let me go . 161 

More love to Thee, Christ . . 167 

Lord, I would praise Thee ... 184 

My Jesus I love Thee 185 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 192 

•I've found a friend 194 

•Who is on the Lord's side ... 216 

True-hearted, whole-hearted . . 231 

It may not be on the mountain's 252 

*0 Master, let me walk with Thee 253 

Hark, the voice of Jesus crying . 269 

God who workest hitherto (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 65) 
See also Confirmation 

Consecration, of our means 

•Take my life and let it be ... 174 

•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 181 

Jesus, Thou wast tempted . . 237 

•I would be true 238 

Lord of heaven, and earth, and 
sea (Order of Worship, page 61) 
We give Thee but Thine own (Or- 
der of Worship, page 73) 

Consecration, of youth 

•Take my life and let it be ... 174 

•Just as I am. Thine own to be . 175 

Jesus, I have promised .... 177 

•Saviour, while my heart is tender 178 

Give of your best to the Master 182 

O Jesus, Prince of life and truth . 243 
O Master when Thou callest (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 40) 
See also. Confirmation 

Our Country 

Hymns 285-295 

Courage 

•Father, hear the prayer we offer 168 

•How firm a foundation .... 188 

March on, O soul with strength . 208 

Stand fast for Christ Thy Saviour 210 

•Stand up, stand up for Jesus 211 

•■The Son of God goes forth to war 215 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked witli an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 

Coiirap", bnitlior, do not stuml)lc 22.'i 

ThrouRti the night of doubt and . 224 

Fight the Rood fight 2S2 

'Dare to be brave 2'.Ui 

•I Would be true 2.X8 

See also Faith; Soldiers; Temptation; 
Trust 

Creation 

Sff God, CREATOR 

Cross of Christ, The Banner of the 

•Rejoice ye, pure in heart .... 1 

Encamped alone the hills of light . 207 

'Onward, Christian soldiers . . . 213 

'Stand up, stand up for Jesus . . 211 

*Lead on, Kins eternal .... 220 

'Hark to the sound of voices . . 227 

Lord Jesus Christ ! for love of Thee 256 

Rise up, men of God 266 

'Fling out the banner, let it float . 272 

'The whole w^ide world for Jesus . 280 

From age to age they gather . . . 288 

•Our flag has the blue of the . . . 308 

The Cross, the symbol of love 

Beneath the cross of Jesus . . . 101 

When I survey the wondrous cross 103 

In the cross of Christ I glory . . 104 

Crucifixion 

Sff, Atonement; Christ; passion and 

death; Cross; stsibol of i.ove 

Salvation 

Daily Life 

•Looking upward every day . . 
'Father, lead me day by day . . 
•Father, hear the prayer we offer 
'Saviour, teach me day by day . 

'Dareto be brave 

•Brightly beams our Father 's 

Master, no offering 

'The wise may bring their learning 
Master let me walk withThee 
•Work, for the night is coming 
If you cannot on the ocean . . 

Darkness and Night 

My faith looks up to Thee . . . 

Lead, kindly light 

Courage, brother, do not stumble . 
Throughthe nightof doubtand 
Hark, hark, my soul ! Angelic songs 
•Watchman, tell us of the night 

(Orders of Worship, page 47) 
See also Evening Hymns, 19-25 



157 
162 
168 
170 
236 
245 
247 
261 
253 
259 
.270 



.189 
193 
223 
224 
313 



Death, the Sleep of 

.■Asleep in Jesus . . 



Death, the Valley of the Shadow of 

Guide me, Thou great Jehovah 
'He leadeth me! blessed . . . . 
'The King of Love, my shepherd is 
'The Lord is my shepherd . . . 
.My faith looks up to Thee . . . 

Lead, kindly light 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me .... 

Death, Victory Over 

.\bide with me ..<*.... 

In the hour of trial 

Asleepin Jesus 

For all the saints 

•Jerusalem t he golden 

'Tea thousand times ten thousand 



32 
45 
124 
125 
189 
193 
199 



24 
241 
314 
316 
318 
319 



Number 
Decision 

Out of my bondage 144 

•0 Jesus, Thou art standing . . 147 
Just as I am without one plea . . 149 
I can hear my Saviour calling . . 153 

Love that wilt not let me go 161 
'Just as 1 am Thine own to be . 175 
•Saviour, while my heart is tender 178 
My Jesus, I love thee . . . 1S5 

1 am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus . 190 

'I've found a friend 194 

'Who is on the Lord's side . . . 216 
Seeulso, Christ ACCEPTANCE of; Confir- 
mation; Consecration; Discipleship; 
Following Jesus 

Devotion 

See Christ, love of; Consecration ; God, 
LOVE OF; Love to Christ, Love to 
God; Faith; Prayer; and others 

Discipleship 

•Thou didst leave Thy throne . . 85 

*We would see Jesus 86 

•Hushed was the evening hymn . 140 

'Jesus calls us o'er the tumult . . 148 

I can hear my Saviour calling . . 153 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 

Jesus, I have promised 177 

• 'Tis so sweet to walk with Jesus 1 79 

O for a closer walk with God ... 202 

When we walk with the Lord . . .205 

•0 Master, let me walk with Thee 253 
See also Consecration; Following Jesus 

Doxologles 

See Aids to Worship (Orders of 
Worship, page 5) 

Duty j 

•Stand up, stand up for Jesus . . 211 | 

•Dare to be brave 236 

•I would be true 238 

Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 
God, who workest hitherto (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 65) 
S^^'a/j^o, Daily life;Obedience, and specific 
duties;a/jo Conflict with sin, see also 
God, Call to Us; Love to our neighbor; 
Prayer 

Hymns 105-112 
also Hallelujah, hallelujah! (Orders 

of Worship, page 26) 
Lift up, lift up your voices now 

(()rders of Worship, page 27) 

Epiphany 

'From the Eastern Mountains . 81 
'There's a beautiful star .... 82 
•We three kings of Orient are . . 83 
•As with gladness men of old . . 84 
See also World Missions, Hymns 271-284 

Eternity 

See Life Eternal 

Evangelistic Services 

See Aspiration; Assurance; Atonement; 
Bible; Christ, Acceptance of; Fel- 
lowship Of; OiTR Friend; Leader; 
Lord and Master; Pas.sio.v and 
Death; Saviodr; Etc. Confession 
of Sin; Conflict with sin; Consecra- 
tion; Cross of Christ; Decision: 
Faith; Following Christ; God, 

XVII 



Numncr 
LovK of: Love to Christ; Prayer; 
Salvation; Seeking the Lord: Ser- 
ving Jesus; Sinfulness Trust In 
Jesus, ami oikers. 

Evening 

Hymns 19-25; al.<o 

Hushed was the evening hymn 140 
See also. Darkness and Night 

Faith and Trust 

God will take care of you .... 44 

'Far out on the desolate billow 47 

Taki' Thou my hand and lead mo 187 

•How firm a foundation 188 

Lead, kindly light 193 

Wait, my soul, upon Him .... 200 

Eternal Father, strong to save 206 

Encamped along the hills of light . 207 

March, on, O soul, with strength 208 

•A mighty fortress is our God . . 262 
See also, heiov;; also, Loyalty; Trust In 
God 

Faith in Christ 

Down in the valley with my Saviour 152 

Lord, I would praise Thee ... 184 

My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 

I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus . 190 

I need Thee every hour 191 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 192 

•I've found a friend 194 

Blessed assurance 195 

•What a friend we have in Jesus . 197 

Jesus, Lover of my soul .... 201 

Saviour, lead me, lest I stray . . 203 

Under his wings 204 

When we walk with the Lord . . 205 

Stand fast for Christ thy Sa viour . 210 
The work is Thine, O Christ (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 52) 

Faith of Fathers, Heroes, Martyrs 

Encamped along the hills of light . 207 

March on, soul with strength . 208 

•Faith of our fathers 209 

•Onward, Christian soldiers . . . 213 

•The Son of God goes forth to war 215 

•Marching with the heroes . . . 218 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love of Thee 256 
To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise 
(Orders of Warship, page 31) 

Faithfulness 

Stand fast for Christ thy Saviour . 210 

Conquering now and still to conquer 222 

True-hearted, whole-hearted . . 231 
See also, Lo</a\t)f; Soldiers of Christ; 
Temptation 

Farewell 

Blest be the tie that binds ... 27 

God be with you till we meet again 30 

God will take care of you .... 44 

Speed away, speed away .... 282 

Flag, Our Country's 

•0 say, can you see 285 

*Your flag and my flag 294 

Flag, The Christian 

•Our flag has the blue of the heavens 308 

Flowers 

•For the beauty of the earth ... 41 

•Long ago the lilies faded .... 49 

•We thank Thee. O our Father 50 

•God gives us the flowers .... 52 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
Following Christ 

We would see Jesus 86 

Down in the valley with my Saviour 152 
1 can hear my Saviour calling . . 153 
Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 

Jesus, I have promised .... 177 
*The Son of God goes forth to war 215 
See also Disclpleship; Soldiers of Christ 

Forgiveness 

Afar in the desert of sorrow and sin 12.3 

1 was a wandering sheep .... 143 
Out of my bondage, sorrow and nightl44 
Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome . . 146 
I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus . 100 

•I've found a friend 194 

Set- also, Christ: Passion and Death; 

Prayer for Forgiveness 

Forward 

•Onward, Christian soldiers . . . 213 
•Forward be our watchword . . 217 
Striving onward, pressing forward 225 
Forward through the ages . . . 257 
Oft in danger, oft in woe (Orders 
of Worship, page 42) 

Freedom 

God beneath Thy guiding hand 286 

•Mine eyes have seen the glory . 287 

•Mv country, 'tis of thee .... 289 

Lord our God, Thy mighty hand 292 

God save America 293 

Friendship 

•I would be true 238 

Master, no offering 247 

Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 
See also. Brotherhood; Service to others 

Future Life 

See Church Triumphant; City of God; 
Death, Victory Over; Heaven; Life 
Eternal 
Giving 

•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 181 
Give of your best to the Master . 182 

•I would be true 238 

When thy heart with joy o'erfiowing 251 
Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea 

(Orders of Worship, page 61) 
We give Thee but Thine own (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 73) 
See also. Consecration; Prayer for 
Willingness 

God 

Blessings op 

•My God, I thank Thee 9 

Now thank we all our God i i . 34 

*0 worship the King 35 

Ancient of Days 37 

•For the beauty of the earth . . 41 
•The beautiful bright sunshine . 56 
See also, God, Care of; Goodness of; 

Mercy 

Call To Us 
•Hushed was the evening hymn . 140 
Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome . . 146 
Hast thou heard it, mv brother 254 
•Forward through tlie ages .... 257 
The voice of God i.-^. calling (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
still in accents sweet (Orders of 

Worship, page 34) 
In life's earnest morning (Orders of 

Worship, page 35) 



Number 
Care Of 

Now thank we all our God ... 34 

•0 worship the King 35 

•For the beauty of the earth . . 41 

God will take care of you .... 44 

*He leadeth me 45 

•There's a wideness in God's mercy 46 

•Far out in the desolate billow . 47 

•God is love, His mercy .... 48 

•Long ago the lilies faded .... 49 

•We thank Thee, our Father . 50 

•The beautiful bright sunshine . 56 
•Can you count the stars that nightly 57 

'With happy voices singing ... 58 

Eternal Father, strong to save . . 206 

•Brightly beams our Father's mercy 245 
Thou art my shepherd (Orders of 

Worship, page 10) 
See also, God, Love of; Goodness; 
Help of; Providence 

Creator 
•Come, my soul, thou must be waking 5 

Ancient of days, who sittest ... 37 
We praise Thee, God, our Redeemer 38 

•For the beauty of the earth _ . . 41 

We give to God immortal praise 42 

Angel voices, ever singing .... 43 

God of the earth, the sky, the sea 55 

The spacious firmament on high . &0 

The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 
Honor and Glory, Thanksgiving 

(Orders of Worship, page 15) 
See also, God in Nature, hymns ,50-62 

Everlasting 

Ancient of days 37 

God, our help in ages past . . 166 

•How firm a foundation .... 188 

God, the rock of ages .... 301 

Father 

•On our way rejoicing 29 

God of might, we praise Thy name 33 

Ancient of Days 37 

•Long ago the lilies faded .... 49 

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind 155 

•Father, lead me day by day ... 162 

Hear us, our Father, we know . . 163 

Eternal Father, strong to save . . 206 

Glort Op 

All beautiful the march of days . 59 

The spacious firmament on high .' 60 

The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 

Let the whole creation cry .... 62 
Also, Praise and Worship, hymns 33-43 

Goodness and Grace 

•Every morning mercies new . . 8 

We give to God immortal praise . 42 

•God is love. His mercy brightens 48 

Let the whole creation cry .... 62 

•The King of Love my shepherd is 124 

•The Lord is my shepherd ... 125 

•Sing them over asain to me . . . 139 
See also, Mercy of God 

Gdidance Op 

•As the sun doth daily rise .... 6 

Ancient of days, who sittest ... 37 
We praise Thee, God our Redeemer 38 

•He leadeth me, O blessed thought 45 

•Far out on the desolate billow . 47 

•The King of Love my shepherd is 124 

•The Lord is ray shepherd ... 125 

God, beneath Thy guiding hand 286 
See also Prayer For Guidance 

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Number 
Our Help 

Ancient of Days 37 

God, our help in ages past . . 166 
•God is my strong salvation ... 212 
*A mighty Fortress is our God . . 262 
The Lord is rich and merciful (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 38) 

Immanence op 

Lord of all being, throned afar . 17 

'Day is dying in the west .... 21 

•Long ago the lilies faded .... 49 

God speaks to us in bird and song 54 

CJod of the earth, the sky, the sea 55 

Love op 

*0 worship the King 35 

1 sing the praise of love unbounded 39 
.At all times praise the Lord ... 40 
•For the beauty of the earth . . 41 
•God is Love, His mercy brightens 48 
•We thank Thee, our Father . 50 
God speaks to us in bird and song 54 
•With happy voices singing ... 58 
'Grander than the ocean's story 

(Orders of Worships, page 12) 

Precepts op 

The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 



Presence Of 

Lord of all being throned afar . . 17 

The Lord be with us as we bend . 28 
We praise Thee, God, our Redeemer 38 

At all times praise the Lord ... 40 

'Far out in the desolate billow . 47 

•Hear us, our Father, we know . 163 

Promise op 
'Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him 36 
At all times praise the Lord ... 40 
'How firm a foundation .... 188 

I need Thee every hour 191 

Conquering now and still to conquer 222 
'Yield not to temptation .... 235 
*\ mighty fortress is our God . . 262 

Truth of 
•God is my strong salvation . . . 212 
*A mighty fortress is our God . . 262 
•Mine eyes have seen the glory of the 287 

Gratitude 

See Joy, Praise, Thanks 

Growth, Spiritual 

•Looking upward every day . . . 157 
More love to Thee ....... 167 

•Love divine, all love excelling . 173 

•I would be true 238 

Purer yet and purer 239 

In life's earnest morning (Orders of 

Worship, page 35) 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 
See also Aspiration 

Harvest Home 

•We plow the fields and scatter . 296" 
•0 happy time of reaping .... 297 
•Come ye thankful people, come . 298 
See also Bread, Dally; God: Care of; 

Guidance of; Love of; Praise to 

God 

Harvest of God 

•Sowing in the morning .... 263 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
Our country's voice is pleading . . 26S 
Hark the voice of Jesus crying . 269 
still in accents sweet (Orders of 
Worship, page 34) 

Heaven 

*Thc beautiful bright sunshine . 56 
Hark, hark, my soul, angelic . . 313 

•Jerusalem, the Golden 318 

5cf alio City of God; Death; God, Glort 
of; Life Eternal 

Heroes of the Faith 

March on, soul, with strength . 208 

'The Son of God goes forth to war 215 

'Marching with the heroes . . . 218 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love of Thee 256 

God, beneath Thy guiding hand 286 

From age to age they gather . . 288 

For all the saints who from their 316 

Holy Spirit 

Holy Spirit, Truth divine .... 132 
Holy Ghost, with light divine . . 133 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heartl34 
See also Trinity, The Holy 

Home 

•For the beauty of the earth 41 

•The Beautiful, bright sunshine . 56 

•With happy voices singing ... 58 

happy home, where Thou art . 309 
•God bless the home, though humble 310 

There is beauty all around ... 311 

'Mid pleasures and palaces ... 312 

Hope 

God, our help in ages past ... 166 

Wait, my soul, upon Him .... 200 

Master, no offering 247 

*0 Master, let me walk with Thee 253 

Human Suffering 

Master, no offering 247 

Where cross the crowded ways . 249 
Wnen thy heart with joy o'erfiowing 251 
The voice of God is calling (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
•Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
Love thyself last (Orders oi Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Humility 

If you cannot on the ocean . . . 270 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Immortality 

See City of God; Death; Life Eternal; 
Our Resurrection 

Installation Services 

Jesus I have promised * . . 177 

Lord, speak to me 248 

Master let me walk with Thee 253 

Rise up men of God 266 

Lord thy benediction give . . 271 
The work is Thine, Christ (Orders 

of Worship, page 52) 
See also Church, and other topics 

Invitation 

See Christ: Call To Us; Invitatio.n to 

Weart; Welcome to Sinners 
Joy 

•Rejoice, ye pure in heart .... 1 
•With gladness we worship ... 7 



Number 

Day of Rest and gladness ... 14 

'On our way rejoicing 29 

•Joy to the world 63 

'Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

'There is sunshine 130 

'Love divine all love excelling . . 173 

'Singing for Jesus 180 

'I love to tell the story 183 

Blessed assurance 195 

Justice 

See Brotherhood; Kingdom of God; 
Prayers for Right; Social Progress 

Kindness 

.Saviour, thy dying love 171 

Rescue the perishing 246 

Master no offering 247 

'Sowing in the morning .... 250 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Kingdom of God on earth 

At length there dawns 244 

Lord Jesus Christ ! for love of Thee 256 
'Forward through the ages . . . 257 
'The Fathers built this city ... 258 

Jesus shall reign 273 

'Hail to the brightness of Zion'a 275 

From age to age thy gather . . . 288 
The voice of God is" calling (Orders 

01 Worship, page 33) 
•Hail to the Lord's anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
•Watchman, tell us of the (Orders 

of Worship, page 47) 
See also Brotherhood; Citizenship; The 
Church; Missions; Social Progress 

Lent 

See Christ: Passion and Death; Love 

of; Our Saviour; Cross of Christ ; 

Prayer; Salvation; Sorrow for sin 

Life Eternal 

Hymns 313-319; a/jo 
Love, that wilt not let me . . 161 

•Singing for Jesus 180 

See also Death 

Life, Shortness of 

Abide with me 24 

God our help in ages past ... 166 
Make haste, o man to live . . . 230 
'Work for the night is coming . . 259 
OGodthe Rockof .A.ge8 .... 301 
Let not th/ Viands be slack (Orders 
of Worship, page 63) 

Light of the Christian life 

Stand fast for Christ thy Saviour . 210 
'Brightly beams our Father's . . 245 
To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise 

(Orders of Worship, page 31) 
Light of the World 
'Come my soul thou must . , 
Light of the world, we hail Thee 
day of rest and gladness 
'Summer suns are glowing . . 
There is sunshine in my soul . 

Lead kindly light 

The Lord's Day 

Hymns 13-18; a/.fo 

Dear Lord and Father 155 

'Jesus King of glory 164 

Love of Christ 
See Christ, Love of 

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Number 
Love of God 
See God, Love of 

Love to Christ 

More love to Thee 167 

Lord, I would praise Thee ... 184 

My Jesus, I love Thee 185 

'I've found a friend 194 

See also Loyalty to Christ; Prayer For 
Love 

Love to God 

'Come my soul thou must be waking 5 
.\ wake my soul, stretch every . . 10 
'With happy voices singing ... 58 
Nearer my God to Thee 160 

Love to our neighbor 

•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 181 

Master, no offering 247 

Lord, speak to me 248 

Where cross the crowded ways . 249 
Vo fair green hills of Galilee (Orders 

of Worship, page 22) 
The voice of Ciod is calling (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
In Life's earnest morning (Orders 

of Worship, page 35) 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 

spih, page 50) 

Loyalty to Christ 

Hearing Thy gentle voice .... 151 

Jesus, I have promised .... 177 

When we walk with the Lord . . 205 

Stand fast for Christ thy Saviour . 210 

*Stand up, stand up for Jesus . . 211 

'Brightly gleams our banner . . 214 

•Who is on the Lord's side .... 216 

'Lead on, O King Eternal ... 220 

'Har'v to the sound of voices . . 227 

Am I a soldier of the cross . . . 228 

True hearted, whole hearted . . 231 

It may not be on the mountain's . 252 

Manliness 

Courage, brother, do not stumble 223 

•Dare to be brave 236 

•I would be true 238 

Jesus, Prince of life 243 

God send us men 251 

•God of our boyhood (Orders of 

Worship, page 44) 
See also Courage; Loyalty to Christ; 

Purity; Temptation 

Martyrs 

See Heroes of the Faith 

Memorial Services for the Dead 

God our help in ages 166 

For all the saints 316 

'Jerusalem the Golden 318 

'Ten thousand times ten thousand 31!i 
See also City of God; Death, Victory 

Over; Faith; Heroes of the Faith; 

Life Eternal 

Memorial Services, Patriotic 
See Our Country, Hymns 285-295 

Men 

GckI send us men 255 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love . . . 256 

Rise up, men of God '266 

Our country's voice is pleading . . 268 

Send Thou, Lord, to every place 281 
See also below 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 

Men, Hymns for 

Sff Brotherhood; Church; Citizenship; 
Common Faith and Hope; Conflict 
with Sin; Consecration of lives, of 
means; Our Country; Courage; 
Cross of Christ ; Daily Life; Deci- 
sion; Discipleship; Duty; Faith and 
Trust; Faith of the Fathers; For- 
ward; Freedom; Friendship; Giving; 
Heroes of the Faith; Kingdom of 
God: Service to others; Social Pro- 
gress; Soldiers of Christ; Tempta- 
tion; Truth; Work 

Mercy of God 

•Every morning mercies new . . 8 

*0 worship the King 35 

I sing the praise of love .... 39 

We give to God immortal praise . 42 

"There's a wideness in God's mercy 46 

*God is love, His mercy brightens 48 

*God is my strong salvation . . . 212 

"Brightly beams our Father's . . 245 
The Lord is rich and merciful (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 38) 

Missions, Foreign 

Hymns 274-283 

also 

Christ for the world we sing (Orders 

of Worship, page 51 1 
In Christ there is no East or West 

(Orders of Worship, page 54) 

Missions, Home 

From ocean unto ocean ..... 267 
Our country's voice is pleading . . 268 
Hark, the voice of Jesus crying . 269 

•Fling out the banner 272 

•0 Lord our God Thy mighty hand 292 

God save America 293 

The voice of God is calling (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
still in accents sweet (Orders of 

Worship, page 34) 
See also Church; Kingdom of God; 

Service to others; Serving Jesus. 

Morning 

Hymns 1-12 

Mothers 

See Home; Parents 

Nation, Our 

Hymns 28.3-293 
See also Missions, Home 

Nature, God in 

Hymns 50-62 

Need of Christ 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me ... 158 

I need Thee every hour 191 

*Jesu8, Saviour, pilot me .... 199 

Jesus, lover of my .soul 201 

See also Confession of Sin; Faith and 

Trust; Forgiveness; and others under 

"Evangelistic Services" 

Need of God 

.\bide with me 24 

Nearer my God to Thee 160 

See also Faith and Trust; and topics un- 
der "Need of Christ" 

The Nev/ Year 

God, our Help >n ages i66 



Number 

Standing at the portal 299 

Another year is dawning .... 300 

God, the Rock of Ages .... 301 

•Ring out, wild bells, to the . • 302 
See also Anniversary 

Obedience 

•Come my soul, thou must be waking 5 
The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 
•Come to the Saviour, children . 129 
Open my eyes that I may see . . 137 
•Hushed was the evening .... 140 
When we walk with the Lord . . 205 
Now to Heaven our prayers . • , ■ • 233 
It may not be on the mountain's 254 
See also Duty, Service, Serving Jesus 

Offertories 

•Take my life and let it be ... 1'4 
•Lord, teach us the lesson ... 181 
Give of your best to the Master . 182 
Master, no offering . . . • • • 247 
•The wise may bring their learning 261 
When thy heart with joy • • • • 251 
Lord of heaven, and earth, (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 61) 
We give Thee but Thine own (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 73) 

Opening Hymns 

See Morning Worship, Hymns 1-12; 

Lord's Day, Hymns 13-18;Praise and 

Worship, Hymns 33-43. 

Palm Sunday 

•All glory, laud and honor .... 94 

•Hosanna, loud Hosanna .... 95 

Ride on, ride on in majesty ... 97 

Saviour, precious Saviour ... 118 

•Fairest Lord Jesus 120 

•Come to the Saviour, children . 129 
See also Praise to Christ 

Pardon 

See Forgiveness 

Parents 

Shepherd of tender youth .... 4 

•For the beauty of the earth . . 41 

•Come to the the Saviour, Children 129 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love of Thee 258 
See also Home 

Parting 
See Farewell 

Passion 

See Christ, Passion and Death 

Passion for Souls 

•When the Lord of love was here . 91 
Lord, speak to me, that I may speak 249 
In life's earnest morning (Orders 

of Worship, page 35) 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Patience 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind 1 55 

Wait my soul upon Him .... 200 

*0 Master let me walk with Thee 255 

Patriotic Hymns 

See Our Country, Hymns 283-293; also. 
Citizenship; Prayers for the Nation. 

Peace of God 

See Prayer Fob Peace of God 

XX 



Number 
Peace, World 

•Hail to the brightness of Zion's . 275 

God of Love, King of Kings 281 

These things shall be 284 

God save America 293 

*Watchman tell us of the night 

Peace, Thanksgiving for 

Now thank we all oiir God ... 34 

Ancient of days . . . . . • • • 3 ' 

O Lord our God Thy mighty hand 292 

Penitence 

Sec Confession of Sin; Sorrow for sm; 
Sinfulness 

PcntGCOst 

See Holy Spirit; Trinity, The Holy 

People, The 

•The fathers build this city ... 260 
God save America •••■■•■ ^^ 
The voice of God is calhng (Orders 

of Worship, page 33) 
•Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
When wilt Thou save the people 
(Orders of Worship, page 49) 

Perseverance 

•Faith of our Fathers ..... 209 
Stand fast for Christ, thy Saviour 210 
•Work for the night is coming • 259 
See also Loyalty; Faithfulness; Stead- 
fastness. 

Pilgrimage 

Guide me, thou great Jehovah 
•Brightly gleams our banner 
•Forward be our watchword 
Through the night of doubt and 
Hark, hark, my soul angelic . . 
The pilgrim and the stranger 

Praise of Christ 

•Rejoice ye pure in heart • • • ■ 
•When morning gilds the skies . . 
•All glory laud and honor .... 

•Hosanna loud hosanna .... 

Crown Him with many crowns 
•All hail the power of Jesus' name 
Come Thou fount of every blessing 
Saviour, precious Saviour . . . 
•Fairest Lord Jesus ...... 

»Love divine all love excelling . • 
•Singing for Jesus, praising . . ■ 

Jesus,shall reign .; ' ' 

Ye servants of God, your Master 
(Orders of Worship, page 20) 

Praise of God 

Hymns 33-43 ;a;io 
•With'gladness we worship ... 7 
•The earth is hushed in silence . 15 
•The beaut'ful bright sunshine 56 

•With happy voices singing ... 58 
The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 
God of our Fathers . . . ■ • • 295 
•0 praise the Lord (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 9) 
To Thee, Eternal Soul be praise 
(Orders of Worship, page 3 U 
Praise thou the lord, the Almighty 
(Orders of Worship, page 59) 

Prayer 

Admonition to Prat 
•The earth is hushed in silence . 16 



32 
214 
217 
224 
313 
315 

1 

11 
94 
95 
114 
115 
117 
118 
120 
173 
180 
273 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
156 
165 
172 
186 
230 



*(Jo wh(>n the morning shineth 
•(jeiitlv , gently kneel and pray 
■ is th'r blessed hour of prayer 
Take time to be holy .... 
Make haste, man, to live . 

For Benediction 
Saviour, again to Thy dear name 26 

*l tie Lord be with us as we bend 28 

Lord disrai.<^3 us with Thy blesfing 31 
Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 
Now may He who from the dead 

(Orders of Worship, page 28) 
*Thy blessing, Lord (Orders of 

Worship, page 39) 

For Blessing 

Come, Thou Fount of every ... 117 

•Ureak Thou the bread of life . . 135 

•De^ir I ord and Father of mankind 1.55 

I need Thee every hour 191 

For Blessings on the Study of God's 

Word 
•Break Thou the bread of life . . 135 
Open mv eyes that I may see . . 137 
•Thy Word is like a garden ... 138 
Almighty God, Thy word is cast 
(Orders of Worship, page 32) 

Children's Praters 

•Thou didst leave Thy throne . . 85 

•.All glory, laud and honor ... 94 

•."saviour, like a shepherd .... 121 

•Go when the morning shineth . 156 

Mesus, King of glory 164 

•Gently, gently kneel and pray . 165 

•Saviour, teach mc day by day . 1 70 

For Christ's Spirit and Presence 
Sun of my soul. Thou Saviour dear 25 
•0 little town of Bethlehem ... 68 
•Thou didst leave Thy throne . . 85 
• ~hinearm, Lord.in days of old 90 
•Weeinq;a loving Jepus .... 96 

Come, t'-ou Fount of every ... 117 

•Break Thou the bread of life . . 135 

•O Je-us, Thou art standing . . 147 

Pa?s me not, O Gentle Saviour . 1.54 

•Lovedivine, all Love excelling . 173 

Lord, I would praise Thee . . . 184 

Lord speak to me that I may . . 248 

Where cross the crowded ways . 249 

For Christ-Likeness 

•Dear Lord and Father 155 

'Looking upward every day . . . 157 
•Saviour, Thy dying love .... 171 
•iTimortal Love, forever full . 1 76 
T,ord, speak to me that I may . . 248 
Ye fair green hills of Galilee (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 22) 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we f?ee 
(Orders of Worship, page 25) 

For a Clean Heart 

The glory of the spring 51 

Holy Spirit, Truth divine_ ..... 132 
Holy Ghost, with Light di\'ine . 133 
Sfe also Prayers for Purity 

For Cleansing 

Just as I am, without one plea . 149 

Rock of Ages 158 

Draw Thou my soul, Christ . . 159 

•Jesus, King of glory 164 



Number 
My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 
Jesus, Lover of my soul 201 

For The City 
Where cross the crowded ways . 249 
•The Fathers built this city ... 258 

For Communion and Fellow.ship 



Abide with me 24 

Draw Thou my soul, Christ . . 159 

•Father, lead me day by day . . 162 

O Jesus, I have promised .... 177 

O for a closer walk with God . . 202 

•O Master, let me walk with Thee 2,53 

For the Coming of Christ's 

KINGDOM 

•From the Eastern mountains . . 81 
•Lead on, King Eternal ... 220 
Lord Jesus Christ, for love . . . 256 
Send Thou, O Lord, to every place 281 
S ft also Prayers For the City; The 

Nation; Right and Justice; 

Ministers and Servants of God 



For Daily Tasks 

Draw Thou my soul, Christ . . 159 

•Father, lead me day by day . . 162 

•Father, hear the prayer .... 168 

Master, no offering 247 

Lord, for tomorrow and its needs 
(Orders of Worship, page 37) 

For Forgiveness 

Softly now the light of day ... 19 

Just as I am, without one plea . 149 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me . . . 1.58 

•Jesus, King of glory 164 

My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 

Jesus, Lover of my soul .... 201 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee 
(Orders of Worship, page 25) 

For Guidance 

Guide me, Thou great Jehovah 32 

•From the eastern mountains . . 81 

•vVe three kings of Orient .... 83 

•.\8 with gladness men of old . . 84 

•Father, lead me day by day . . 162 

•.Saviour, hear us, we pray . . . 169 

Jesus, I have promised .... 177 

Take Thou my hand and lead me 187 

My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 

Lead, kindly Li?ht 193 

Saviour, lead me le-t I stray . . 203 
Lord, for tomorrow and its needs 
(Orders of Worship, page 37) 



Hour Of 
•Go when the morning shineth 
'Tis the blessed hour .... 



156 
172 

Of Intercession 
Sire Prayers For the City, For the 
Coming of Christ's Kingdom, For 
Ministers and Servants of God, 
For the Nation, For Others 

For Kindness 
•Looking upward every day ... 157 
Saviour, Thy dying love .... 171 

Master, no offering 247 

Lord, as to Thy dear cross (Orders 

of Worship, page 25) 
Lord, for tomorrow and its needs 

(Orders of Worship, page 37) 

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Number 
For Light 
To Thee, Eternal Soul, Ik- praise 

" (Orders of Worship, page 31) 
In life's earnest mo-ning (Ordcr.'< of 

Worship, page 35) 
God of the strong, God of the weak 
(Orders of Worship, page 56) 

Lord's Prayer 
Father in heaven, hear us today 
(Orders of Worship, page 13)" 

For Love 
•Hearing Thy gentle voice . . . 
More love to Thee, Christ . . 
'Saviour, teach mc day by day 
Saviour, Thy dying love .... 
•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 
*My faith looks up to Thee . . . 

•For Ministers and Servants 
OF God 

God send us men 

Lord, Thy l^nediction give . . 
Send Thou, Lord, to every place 
To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise 

(Orders of Worship, page 31) 
The work is Thine, Christ (Orders 

of Worship, page 52) 

For Missions 
See Prayers For the Coming of Christ's 
Kingdom; For Others; For Un- 
selfishness 

For the Nation 

God send us men 

From Ocean unto Ocean 

Our country s voice is pleading . . 
•My country 'tis of Thee .... 
•God bless our native land . . . 
beautiful for spacious skies 
Lord our God Thy mighty hand 

God save America 

God of our Fathers 



151 
167 
170 

171 
181 
189 



2o5 

271 
281 



255 
267 



For Others 
•Go when the morning shineth 
Draw Thou my soul, Christ 
Saviour, Thy dying love . . . 

Master, no offering 

Where cross t he crowded ways 
Lord speak to me that I may 

For Peace 
O God of Love. King of Peace 

t^od save America 

God of our leathers 



289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
295 

156 
159 
171 
247 
219 
248 

283 
293 
295 



For The People 
When wilt Thou save the people 
(Orders of Worship, page 49j 

For Purity 
Draw Thou my soul, Christ . . 159 
•Father, lead me day by day . . 162 
•Saviour, hear us, we pray . . . 169 
•Love divine, All love excelling . 173 
Jesus, I have promised .... 177 
*0 Jesus, Thou wast tempted . . 237 
•Thou diiiit teach the thronging . 240 

In the hour of trial 241 

Keep thyself pure, Christ's soldier 242 
Lord, for tomorrow and its needs 

(Orders of Worship, page 37) 
Go of our boyhood (Cjrders, Wor- 
ship, page 44) 
See also Prayer For Clean Heabt; 
For Cleansing 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



132 
148 
171 
174 
247 
253 



Numbet 

For Right and Justice 
Now to heaven our prayer .... 233 

God send us men 255 

When wilt Thou save the people 

(Orders of Worship, page 49) 
See also Prayers For the City; The 
Nation; For Others; For Peace 
For Self-Consecration 
Holy Spirit, Truth Divine 
*Jesa8 calls us o'er the tumult 
Saviour, Thy dying love 
•Take my life and let it be 
Master no offering . . • ■ 
♦0 Master, let me walk with Thee 
In life's earnest morning (Orders 
of Worship, page 35) 

For Spiritdal Growth 
See Prayers for Christ's Spirit and 
Presence; Christlikeness; Clean 
heart; Cleansing; Communion and 
Fellowship; Forgiveness; Kind- 
ness; Love; Puritt; Self-Conse- 
cration; Strength; Understand- 
ing; Unselfishness; Wisdom, Zeal 
For Strength 
Holy Spirit, Truth divine .... 
Spirit of God descend upon . . . 
'Father, lead me day by day . . 
•Fatl cr.hcar the prayer we offer 
Jesus, I have promised .... 
My faith looks up to Thee . . • 
Lord speak to me that I may . . 
*God of our boyhood (Orders of 
Worship, page 44) 
For Sundat School and Church 
Lord speak to me that I may . . 248 

God send us men 255 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love . . . 256 
The Church's One Foundation . 264 
O Lord, Thy benediction give . . 271 
The Work is Thine, Christ (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 52) 

For Those At Sea 
*Je8U8, Saviour, pilot me .... 199 
Eternal Father, strong to save . . 206 

For Understanding 
Open my eyes that I may see . . 137 
•Hushed was the evening hymn . 140 
•Father, lead me day by day . . 162 

Hear us, our Father 163 

Lord speak to me 248 

God, the Rock of Ages .... 301 
God of the strong, God of the weak 

(Orders of Worship, page 56) 
See also Prayers For Wisdom 

For Unselfishness 
Holy Spirit Truth Divine .... 132 
•Looking upward every day ... 157 
Draw Thou, my soul, Christ . 159 
•Take my life and let it be . . . 174 
•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 181 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee 

(Orders of Worship, page 25) 
See also Prayers For Usefulness 

For Usefulness 

Master, no offering 247 

Lord speak to me that I may . . 248 
*0 Master let me walk with Thee 253 
The voice of God is calling (Orders 
of Worship, page 33) 



Number 

still in accents sweet (Orders of 
Worship, page 34) 

For Willingness to Give 

•As with gladness men of old . . 84 

Saviour, Thy dying love .... 171 

•Lord, teach us the lesson of loving 181 
Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea 
(Orders of VVorship, page 61) 

For Wisdom 

•As the sun doth daily rise ... 6 

•Break Thou the bread of life . . 135 

Open my eyes that I may see . . 137 

God, the Rock of Ages .... 301 
In hfe 's earnest morning (Orders of 
Worship, page 35) 

For Zeal 

Awake my soul, stretch every . . 10 

More love to Thee 167 

•Take my life and let it be ... 174 

My faith looks up to Thee ... 189 

Processional 

•Rejoice ye pure in heart .... 1 

•On our way rejoicing 29 

Ancient of Days 37 

•Lead on, King Eternal ... 220 

"Stand up, stand up, for Jesus . . 211 

•Onward Christian Soldiers ... 213 

•Brightly gleams our banner . . 214 

•The Son of God goes forth ... 215 

•Forward ! be our watchword . . 217 

•Marching with the heroes ... 218 

Through the night of doubt ... 224 

•Hark to the sound of voices . . 227 

True hearted, whole hearted . . 231 

Fight the good fight 232 

•Come with hearts rejoicing ... 303 
Jnd others 

Promise 

See Consecration; God, promises or 

Promotion 

See Rally Day; Children's Day 

Providence 

•As the sun doth daily rise ... 6 

Now thank we all our God ... 34 

•0 Worship the King 35 

We praise Thee, O God our Redeemer 38 

He leadeth me, blessed thought 45 

•Far out on the desolate billow . 47 

•God is love, his mercy brightens . 48 

•Long ago the hlies faded .... 49 

Eternal Father strong to save . . 206 

Our country's voice is pleading . . 268 

God beneath Thy guiding hand 286 

•God of our Fathers 295 

•We plow the fields 296 

Psalms 

19 The spacious firmament . . 60 

19 The heavens declare .... 61 

23 •The King of Love 124 

23 The Lord is my Shepherd . . 125 
23 •Thoa art my Shepherd (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 10) 

27 •God is ray strong salvation . 212 

46 *X mighty fortress is our . . 262 

90 O God our help in ages past . 166 

90 God the Rock of Ages . . 301 

104 •O Worship the King ... 35 

Purity 

Hymns 234-243 ;a//o 



Number 
•Rejoice ye pure in heart .... 1 
Stand fast for Christ Thy Saviour 210 
•Soldiers of Christ, arise .... 219 

Rally Day 

Hymns 303-308; see also Children's Day: 

Christ: Adoration; Childhood, Leader 

ETC. 

Cross of Christ; Soldiers of Christ: also, 
Courage and Loyalty, Hymns 209-233 

Redemption 
See Atonement 

Reformation, The 

•Hushed was the evening hymn . 140 
God, our help in ages past ... 166 
•How firm a foundation .... 188 
Encamped along the hills of light . 207 
March on, O soul, with strength . 208 

•Faith of our fathers 209 

•Marching with the heroes . . . 218 
Now to heaven our prayer .... 232 

God send us men 255 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love of Thee 256 

A mighty fortress 263 

The Church's one foundation . . 261 

Rise up, men of God 233 

To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise 

(Orders of Worship, page 31) 
Almighty God, Thy word is cast 

(Orders of Worship, page 32) 
The voice of God is calling (Orders 

of Worship , page 33) 

Repentance 

See Confession of Sin; Sorrow for sin 
Sinfulness 

Rescue 

•Brightly beams our Father's mercy 215 

Rescue the perishing 21 i 

Where cross the crowded ways . 241 

*Hark, 'tis the shepherd's voice . 230 

Resurrection, of Christ 
See Easter 

Resurrection, Our 

•The Day of Resurrection ... 106 

•I say to all men far and near . . Ill 

Hark, ten thousand harps .... 113 

Face to face with Christ .... 317 

•Ten thousand times ten thousand 319 

Reward 

Encamped along the hills of light . 207 

Fight the good fight 232 

•Yield not to temptation .... 235 

Right 

See Prayers For Right 

Sabbath 

See Lord's Day 

Sacrifice 

See Atonement; Christ, Passion and 

Death; Consecration: Cross, the 

Stmbol of Love; Giving 

Salvation 

•Golden harps are sounding ... 113 
Crown him with many crowns . . 114 
Come Thou Fount of every bless. ng 1 1 7 
See also Atonement 

Scriptures, Holy 
See Bible 



XXII 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Junior* 



Number 
Seasons 

Hymns 50-62 

Self-Oenia I 

Beneath the Cross 101 

When I survey the wondrous cross 103 
•Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult . 148 
O Jesus, I have promised .... 177 
It may not be on the mountain's . 252 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Service to Others 

*Who is on the Lord's side . . . 216 
•Brightly beams our Father's . . 245 

Rescue tlie perishing 246 

Master, no offering 247 

Lord.speak to me 248 

Where cross th.e crowded ways . 249 
•0 Master let me walk with Thee 253 
When Thy heart with joy o'erflowing 251 
The voice of God is calling (Orders 
of Worship, page 33) 

still in accents sweet (Orders, of 

Worship, page 34) 
Love thyself last (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 50) 

Serving Jesus 

•Singing for Jesus, praising ... 1 80 

Master, no offering ...... 247 

•The wise may bring their learning 261 

Hark,'tis the Shepherd's voice . 260 

•Sowing in the morning .... 250 

It may not be on the mountain's 252 

OMasterlet me wa k with Thee 253 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love . . .256 

Rise up, O men of God ..... 266 

Harkthe voice of Jesus crying . . 269 
The work is Thine, Christ (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 52) 
Sf^ also Service to Others 

Shepherd, the Good 

Hymns 121-131 
Snir also, Christ, Shepherd 

Sin 

See Atonement; Salvation; Sinfulness; 
Sorrow for Sin; Confession of Sin 

Sinfulness 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 
Jesus Lover of my soul 

Singing 

Rejoice ye pure in heart . . 
Angel voices ever singing 
•Singing for Jesus, praising 
Hark, hark, my soul, angelic 

Social Service 

See Service to others; Social Progress 

Social Progress 

1 heard the bells on Christmas Day 
Atlength there dawns . . . 
WTiere cross the crowded ways 
God send us men . . . 
Hast thou heard it . . . 
•Forward through the ages 
•The Fathers built this city 
Rise up, men of God . 
These things shall be . . 
•Mine eyes have seen the glory 
From age to age they gather 
•0 beautiful for spacious skies 
•0 Lord our God Thy mighty hand 



God save America 293 



Number 

•Ring out wild beils 302 

Hail to the Lord's .\nointed (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 45) 
When wilt Thou save the people 
(Orders of Worship, page 49) 

Soldiers of Christ 

Encamped alonp: the hills . ... 207 

•Stand up, stand up, for Jesus . . 211 

•Onward, Christian Soldiers . . . 213 

•Brightly gleams our banner . . 214 

•Who is on the Lord's side . . . 216 

•Soldiers of Giirist, arise .... 219 

Sound the battlecry 221 

•.\rise, ye soldiers of the cross . . 226 

•Hark to the sound of voices . . 227 

.4m I a soldier of the cross . . . 228 

The fight is on, Christian ... 229 

•Dare to be brave 236 

Keep thyself pure 242 

Oft in danger, oft in woe (Orders 
of Worship, page 42) 

Sorrow for Sin 

Lead kindly light 193 

for a closer walk with God . . 202 

Sowing and Reaping 

See Harvest Home; Harvest of God 

Spring 

The glory of the spring 51 

Steadfastness 

Stand fast for Christ, thy Saviour 210 

•Stand up, stand up, for Jesus . . 211 

*God is my strong salvation . . . 212 

Conquering now and still .... 222 

Striving onward, pressing forward 225 
See also Faithfulness; Loyalty; Perse- 
verance 

Submission 

•He leadeth me 45 

Love that wilt not let me ... 161 

Take Thou my hand 187 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 192 

Lead, kindly light 193 

Summer 

•God gives us the flowers .... 52 

Summer suns are glowing 53 

God speaks to us in bird 54 

*The beautiful bright sunshine . . .56 
See also Flowers 

Sunday 

See Lord's Day 

Sunday Schoo I 

•Hark to the sound of voices . . 227 
*Hark, 'tis the Shepherd's voice . 260 
Lord, Thy benediction give . . 271 
See also Children's Day; Rally Day; 
Singing 

Sunshine 

•We thank Thee, our Father . 50 

•The beautiful bright sunshire . 56 

There is sunshine in my soul . . 130 

Surrender 

See Consecration; Christ, Acceptanck 
of; Decision; Discipleship; Faith 
In Jesus; Submission and others 

Sympathy 

See Christ, Compassion op; Service to 
Others 

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Number 
Temptation and Trial 

Hymns 234-243:^/1^0 

I need Thee every hour 191 

*God is my strong salvation . . . 212 

Stand fast for Christ 210 

See also Conflict with Sin 

Thanks to God 

•With gladness we worship ... 7 

•My God, I thank Thee 9 

Now thank we all our God ... 34 
Honor and Glory, Thanksgiving 

(Orders of Worship, page 15) 
Praise thou the Lord, the Almighty 

(Orders of Worship, page 59) 
Lord of heaven, and earth, and 

sea (Orders of Worship, page 61) 
See also Praise to God 

Thanksgiving 

Come ye thankful people .... 298 

See also Autumn, Praise to God, Thanks 

Trinity, The Holy 

•Holy, Holy, Holy .... 
•Come, Thou Almighty King 
•Every morning mercies new 
O Day of Rest and Gladness 
•On our way rejoicing . . 
Ancient of Days 



2 
3 
8 
14 
29 
37 

Trust In God 

•0 worship the King 35 

Hear us our Father 163 

God, Our Help in ages past . . 168 
Lord I would praise Thee .... 184 
Take Thou my hand and lead me 187 
•How firm a foundation .... 188 

Lead Kindly Light 193 

Wait my soul upon Him _ .... 200 

•God is my strong salvation . . . 212 

Courage, brother, do not stumble 223 

•A mighty fortress is our God . . 262 
Thou art my shepherd (Orders of 

Worship, page 10) 
The Lord is rich and merciful (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 38) 

Trust in Jesus 

1 am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus 
My Jesus as Thou wilt . . . 
I need Thee every hour . . . 
•.\ny where with Jesus I can . 
Jesus, Lover of my soul . . 
Saviour, lead me lest I stray 
Under his wings I am safely . 
When we walk with the Lord 



190 
192 
191 
198 
201 
203 
204 
205 

4 

135 
233 



Truth 

Shepherd of tender youth . . 
•Break Thou the bread of life 
Now to Heaven our prayer 
See also God, Truth op 

Universe 

We give to God immortal praise . 42 
The spacious firmament .... 60 
"The heavens declare Thy glory . . 61 
See also God, Creator 

Victory 

Encamped along the hills .... 207 

.March on, soul, with strength . 208 

'Stand up, stand up for Jesus . . 211 

•Lead on. King Eternal • ... 220 

Conquering now and still .... 222 

The fight is on, Christian ... 229 

Lord Jesus Christ, for love . . . 250 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS 

Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suitable for Juniors 



Number 
Voice of God 

Awake my soul, stretch every . . 10 
God speaks to us in bird .... .')4 
*Hushed was the evening hymn . 140 
*Dear Lord and Father of mankind 155 

Warfare, Spiritual 

See Courage and Loyalty Hymns 209-233 

See also Soldiers of Christ; Temptation. 

Winter 

All beautiful the march of days . 59 



Number 
Work 

Make hafite, O man, to live . . . 230 
•Sowing in the morning .... 250 
Master, let me walk with Thee 253 
*The fathers built this city .... 258 
*\Vork, for the night is coming . 259 
Let not thy hands be slack (Orders 

of Worship page 63) 
God who workest hitherto (Or- 
ders of Worship, page 65) 



Number 



Worship 

Hymns 1-43 
See also Praise 

Youth 

*Just as I am. Thine own to be t 175 
Give of your best to the Master . 182 
Hast thou heard it my brother 254 
See also Confirmation; Consecration of 
youth 



XXIV 



Junior Index 



Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are church hymns and others which have been recommen' 
ded as suitable to be committed to memory. The index has been compiled by a careful comparison of 
numerous lists for juniors (age, nine to thirteen years). 



Htmn 

•Abide with me ... . 24 
All Glory, laud .... 94 

♦All hail the power. . . IIT) 
All my heart this night 79 
Arise, ye soldiers . . . 226 
As the sun doth rise. . 6 
As with gladness men 84 
Away in a manger . . 7 4 

•Break Thou the bread 13.1 
Brightly beams our . .245 
Brightly gleams our. . 214 



Can you count the stars 
Carol, sweetly carol. 



57 
76 



•Christ, the Lord is risen 105 

Come, hither, ye . . . 70 

Come, my soul. thou. . 5 

•Come. Thou Almighty . 3 

Come to the Saviour. . 129 

Come, ye thankful. . . 298 

Dare to be brave . . . 236 

Every morning mercies 8 

Fairest Lord Jesus . . 120 

•Faith of our fathers. . 209 

Far out on the desolate 47 

Father, hear the prayer 168 
Father in heaven, hear 

(Orders of Worship, 13) 

*Father, lead me. . . . 162 

Fling out the banner. . 272 

*For the beauty of the . 41 

Forward thi-u the ages 257 

*Fi-om Greenland's icy . 279 

From the eastern ... 81 

From heaven above . . 71 

Galilee, bright Galilee . 87 

Gently, gently kneel. . 165 

Give of your be.st . . . 182 
Give, thou, thy youth 

(Orders of Worship, 64) 
God bless the liome . .310 

God gives us the flowers 52 

God hath sent His . . 109 

God is love. His mercy. 48 
God of our boyhood 

(Orders of Worship, 44) 

God speaks to us . . . 54 

Golden harps are . . . 113 
Grander than ocean's 

(Orders of Worship, 12) 



Htmn 
Hail to the brightness . 275 
Hail to the Lord's 

(Orders of Worship. 4,')) 
Hark to the Sound of. 227 
Hark, the herald angels 65 
Hear us. our Father. . 163 

*Holy. holy, holy, ... 2 
Holy niglit, peaceful. . 73 
Hosanna, loud hosanna 95 

♦How firm a foundation 188 
Hushed was the evening 140 

I love to tell the story. 183 

I think when I read. . 92 

I would be true. . . . 238 

In lieaven and in our . 128 

It came upon the ... 64 

I've found a friend . . 194 

Jerusalem the golden . 318 

Jesus calls us 148 

•Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 199 

•Jesus shall reign . . . 273 

Joy to the world ... 63 

Just as I am 175 

Lead on, O King ... 220 
Let us with a gladsome 

(Orders of Worship, 9) 

•Long ago the lilies . . 49 

Looking upward. . . . 157 

Marching with the . . 218 
My country, 'tis of thee 289 
My God, I thank Thee 9 



* Nearer, my God. . . . 160 
''Now the day is over. . 23 



O beautiful for . . . 

O come, all ye faithful 

O day of rest and . . 

O happy time of . . 

O Jesus. I have. . . 

O Jesus. Thou art. . 
*0 little town of. . . 

O praise the Lord. He 
(Orders of Worship 

O say. can you see . 

O thou joyful. O thou 

O worship the King. 

O Zion haste, thy. . 

On our way rejoicing 
•Once in royal David's 
(Orders of Worship, 
•Onward, Christian. . . 



291 

69 

14 

297 

177 

147 

68 

9) 
285 

80 

35 
274 

29 

19) 
213 



Hymn 

•Praise God, fiom whom 

(Orders of Worship. 7) 
Praise the Lord. ... 36 



Rejoice, 



ye pure in 
hear 



.Saviour, liear us 
Saviour, like a shepheri 
.Saviour, teach mc . . 
Saviour, vvliilc my hoar 
Sing tliem over again 
Singing foi' Jesus. . 
.Stand up, stand up . 
Summer suns are . . 

Tell me the stories. . 

Ten tliousand times . 

The beautiful bright. 

The da>' of rcsiu'rection 

Tlie earth is Iiushed. 

The fathers built this 

The first Noel. . . . 

The king of love . . 

The morning light. . 
•The Son of God goes 
•The spacious flrmamen 

Tlie whole wide woi-ld 

The wise may bring. 
•There is a green hill. 

There's a beautiful sta 
•There's a song in the ai 

There's a wideness in 

Thou art my Shepherd 
(Orders of Worship, 

Thou didst leave Thy . 

Thy word is like a . . . 

'Tis children's day. . . 

'Tis so sweet to wallv. . 

Watchman, tell us of 
(Orders of Worship, 

We plow the fields . 

We thank Thee . . . 

We three kings of. . 

We would see Jesus. 
•We've a story to tell. 
•What a friend we have 

When I survey the . 

W'hen morning gilds. 

When the Lord of love 

While s li e p li c r d s 
(Oi'ders of Worship, 

Who is on the Lord's . 

Who would not love . . 

With happy voices. . . 

Work, for the night . . 



169 
121 
170 
178 
139 
180 
211 
53 

89 
319 

56 

106 

16 

258 

78 

124 

278 

215 

60 

280 

261 

99 

82 

67 

46 

10) 
85 
138 
305 
179 



47) 

296 

50 

83 

86 

276 

197 

103 

11 

91 



18) 
216 
136 

58 
259 



Yield not to temptation 235 
Your fl.ig and my flag . 294 



XXV 



Alphabetical Index of Tunes 



Hymn 
A Child's Voice .... 93 

A Joyous Song 307 

Abends 271 

Adoro Te (Orders of 
Wor"hip, page 22) 
Adeste Fideles . . . 69-188 

Alford 210-258-319 

All Saints. New 215-243-244 
Almsgiving (Orders of 
Worsliip, page 61) 

America 289-290 

American Hymn (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 
15) 
Ancient of Days .... 37 
Angel's Story . . . 136-177 

Angel Voices 43 

Antioch 63 

Anywhere with Jesus. . 198 
Ar Hyd Y Nos . . . 126-233 

Arlington 228 

Armageddon 216 

Armstrong 91 

Arthur's Seat 208 

Aurelia 264-300 

Austria 263 

Battle Hymn of the Re- 
public 287-288 

Beachley 157 

Beatitudo 28-202 

Beaufort 90 

Beecher 173 

Belmont (Orders of Wor- 
ship page 32) 

Benediction 26 

Berthold 58 

Bethany 160 

Bethany (English) . 88-178 

Bishopgarth 256 

Blessed Assurance . . . 195 

Bradbury 121 

Bread of Life 135 

Bringing in the Sheaves 250 

Bring Them In 260 

Brocklesbury 49 

Bullinger 190-251 



Canonbury 

Can You Count the Stars 

Carol 

Ceaseless Praise .... 

Chautauqua 

Cheer 

Chenies 61- 

Children's King 

Christmas 

College 

Columbia, the Gem of 
the Ocean 

Come with Hearts Re- 
joicing 

Commonwealth (Orders 
of Worship, p. 49) 

Conquering Now .... 

Conqueror 

Converse 

Coronation 

Courage, Brother. . . . 

Creation 

Crusader's Hymn. . . . 



248 
57 
64 

174 
21 
18 

•212 

306 
10 

240 

308 
303 



222 
108 
197 
115 
223 
60 
120 



Hymn 

Curfew 163 

Cushman 86 

Dare to be Brave. . . . 236 

Dennis 27 

Diademata 114-219 

Dix 41-84 

Dominus Regit Me . . . 124 

Dresden 296 

Duke Street .... 273-286 

Easter 110 

Easter Angels 109 

Ein' Feste Burg .... 262 

Ein Gaertner 138 

EUacombe 95-267 

Elmhurst 54-281 

Erfurt 71 

Evangelical Hymn (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 
52) 

Evening Payer 22 

Eventide 24 

Ewing 318 

Faben 36 

Face to Face 31'7 

Faith is the Victory . . 207 

Farmer 297 

Flora 107 

Follow On 152 

Forward 217 

Galilee (Jude) 148 

Galilee (Sherwin) ... 87 

Gardiner 156 

Gently Kneel and Pray . 165 

Germany 249 

Give of Your Best . . . 182 

Giving 181 

God Be With You ... 30 
God Gives Us the Flow- 
ers 52 

God's Love (Orders of 

Worship page 12) 
God Will Take Care of 

You 44 

Green Hill 99 

Green Hill (Orders of 
Worship, page 25) 

Greenland 50-118 

Grosser Gott 33 

Hallel 7 

Hamburg 103 

Hankey 183 

Hark to the Sound of 

Voices 227 

, Harwell 116 

Haven 132 

Haydn 5 

He Leadeth Me .... 45 

Hermas 29-113 

Holy Voices 77 

Holy War 234 

Home 311 

Home Sweet Home . . . 312 
Homeward Bound . . . 315 

Hosanna 305 

Howard 238 

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Htmn 

Humble Service .... 270 

Hume 42 

Hursley 25 

Ihr Kinder 129 

I'll Go Where You Want 

Me to Go 252 

Innocents 6 

Integer Vitae (Orders of 

Worship, p. 50) . . 184 
Irby (Orders of Worship, 

page 19) 
Italian Hymn (Orders of 

Worship, p. 51) . . 3-4 
I've Found a Friend . . 194 
Jenkins (Orders of Wor- 
ship, page 37) 
Jesu Dilectissime. ... 15 
Jesus Is All the World to 

Me 196 

Jesus Is Tenderly Call- 
ing Thee Home. . . 150 
Jesus, King of Glory . . 164 

Jesus Saves 277 

Jewett 192 

Joyful Tidings 76 

Just As I Am 175 

Kelso 8 

King Eternal 220 

Kings of Orient .... 83 

Kremser 38 

Laban 230 

Lancashire 106 

Lannherne (Orders of 
Worship, p. 50 ) 

Last Hope 133 

Laudes Domini .... 11 
Light of the World, We 

Hail Thee 12 

Longstaff 186 

Lobe den Herrn (Orders 

of Worship, p. 59) 
Lobt Froh (Orders of 
Worship, p. 9) 

Lorelei 47-310 

Louvan 17 

Love's Offering 247 

Lower Lights 245 

Loyal to Thee 151 

Lullaby 169 

Luther's Cradle Hymn . 74 

Lux Benigna 193 

Lynde (Orders of Wor- 
ship, p. 10) 

Lyndhurst 239 

Lyons 35 

Margaret 85 

Marion 1 

Martyn 201 

Maryton 253 

Materna 291 

Meadows 168 

Melita 206 

Melrose 255 

Mendebras 14 

Mendelssohn 65 

Merrial 23 

Message 276 

Messiah 14X 



Alphabetical Index of Tunes 



Htmx 

Miriam 3<U 

Missionary Hymn. . . . -79 
Morecambe (Ordei's of 

Worship, p. 36) . . 13 1 
More Love to Thee . . .167 
Morley (Orders of Woi-- 

ship, p. 35) 

Mozart 170 

-My Jesus I Love Thee . 185 

National Hymn 295 

Nativity 72 

Need 191 

Nettleton 117 

New Year 299 

Nicaea 2 

Niagara (Orders of Woi-- 

ship, p. 56) 

Nun Danket 3 4 

Old Hundredth (Orders 
or Worship, p. 7 ) 

Olive's Brow 98 

Olivet 189 

Onward 257 

Open My Eyes 137 

Our Flag- 294 

Out of My Bondage. . . 144 

Palmer 235 

Panoply of Light (Or- 
ders of Worsliip, p. 

26) 254 

Passion Chorale .... 100 
Pass Me Not, O Gentle 

Saviour 154 

Pastor Bonus . . . 40-143 
Pater Omnium ( Orders 

of Worship, p. 44). 55 

Penitence 241 

Pentecost 232-242 

Pilgrims 313 

Pilot 199 

Poland 125 

Portuguese Hymn . 69-188 

Posen 162 

Presbyter 292 

Press On (Orders of 
Worship, page 63) 

Quebec 283 

Rally Day 304 

Rathbun 48-104 

Regent Square 66 

Remember Me 123 

Rescue 246 

Rest 314 

Roland 62 

Rosmore 81 



Hymn 

Rotterdam 2fiS 

Russian Hynm 293 

Ruth 53 

St. Agnes 119 

St. Anne 166 

St. Asaph 224 

St. Catherine 209 

St. Christopher 101 

St. Clement 20 

St. Drostane 97 

St. Edmund 159 

St. George's, Windsor. . 298 

St. Gertrude 213 

St. Hilda (Orders of 

Worship, p. 40) 147-237 

St. Kevin 112 

St. Louis 68 

St. Margaret 161 

St. Peter (Orders of 
Worship, p. 54) 

St. Petersbuig 39 

St. Theodulpli 94 

St. Theresa 214 

St. Thomas 266 

Sabbath 13 

Samuel 140 

Sarum 316 

Saviour, Lead Me, Lest 

I Stray 203 

Seraph 51 

Serenity 176 

Seymour ( Orders of 

Worship, p. 28) . . 19 

Shackelford 59 

Shadow of Death. ... 102 
Shepherd of Israel . . .122 
Sicilian Mariners' Hymn 80 

(O Du Frohliche!) 
Singing for Jesus. . . . 180 
Softly and Tenderly . .145 

Solemnity 16 

Something for Jesus . .171 

So Nimm Denn 187 

Sound the Battle Cry. . 221 
Soutflampton (Orders of 
Worship; p. 13) 

Spazier Ill 

Speed Away 282 

Stand Up for Jesus. . . 211 
Star Spangled Banner . 285 

State Street 265 

Stella (Irr. with Re- 
frain) 82 

Stella (Parker) .... 79 

Step by Step 179 

Stephanos 142 

Stille Nacht 73 

Stories of Jesus .... 89 



Htmn 

Striving 225 

Sunshine 56 

Sweet Story 02 

Thanet 96 

Thankful Praise . . . .261 
The Dearest Friend 127-128 
The Fight Is On. . . . 229 

The First Noel 78 

The Red, White and 

Blue 308 

The Whole Wide World. 280 

Theophilus 46 

There's a Song in the Air 67 
There is Sunshine in Mv 

Soul ".130 

Tidings 274 

'Tis the Blessed Hour of 

I*rayer 172 

To Arms ! 226 

Toplady 158 

True-Heartfed 231 

Truro 284 

Trust and Obey . ... 205 

Under His Wings . . .204 
University College (Or- 

dei's of Worsliip, p. 

42) 

Vesalius 309 

Vox Dilecti (Orders of 
Worship, p. 38) 

Wait on God 200 

Waltham . . . 75-272-302 
Watchman (Orders of 
Worship, p. 47) 

Watchword 218 

Webb (Orders of Wor- 
ship, p. 45) .... 278 
Welcome, Wanderer, 

Welcome 146 

Wentworth 9 

We Sail Along Toward 

the Harbor Light. . 131 

Wesley 275 

Where He Leads Me . .153 

White Fields 269 

Wliittier 155 

Woodworth 149 

Words of Life 139 

Worgan 105 

Work Song 259 

Ye Children 70 

Zion. '31-32 



XXVII 



Metrical Index of Tunes 



Hymns a/'uK an irregular, peculiar or unusual metre are not classified. This classification is limited 
only to those forms of metrical measure which occur more than once ;n the hymnal. 



Hymn 
C. M. 

Antioch 63 

Ai'lington 1!28 

Beatitudo 28-202 

Belmont (Oiders of Wor- 
ship, p. 32) 

Christmas 10 

Coi-onation 115 

Green Hill (Orders of 

Worsliip, p. 25) 
Mirfleld (Oiders of Wor- 
ship, p. 65 ) 

St. Agnes 119 

St. Anne 166 

St. I>eter (Orders of 
Worship, p. 54 ) 

Serenity 176 

Spazier Ill 

Green Hill (with refrain) 99 

C. M. DOUBLE 

All Saints 243-244 

All Saints — New .... 215 

Beaufort 90 

Carol 64 

Ein Gaertner 138 

Faith is the Victory 

(Refrain) 207 

Flora 107 

Ihr Kinder 129 

Materna 292 

Presbyter 292 

Seraph 51 

Shackleford 59 

Vox Dilecti (Orders of 

Worship, p. 38) 

S. M. 

Dennis 27 

L,aban 230 

Marion (With Refrain) . 1 

St. Thomas 266 

State Street 265 

S. M. DOUBLE 

Diademata 114-219 

Pastor Bonus . . . 40-143 

L. M. 

Abends 271 

Bring them In 260 

Canonbury 248 

Dulie Street .... 273-286 

Erfurt 71 

Germany 249 

Hamburg 103 

Hume' 42 

Hursley 25 

Louvan 17 

Maryton 253 

Melrose 255 

Niagara ( Orders of 

Worship, p. 56) 
Old Hundreth (Orders of 

Worship, p. 7) 

Olive's Brow 98 

Pentecost 232-242 

Quebec 286-283 

Rest 314 



Hymn 

St. Drostane 97 

Truro 284 

Waltham . . . 75-272-302 
Woodworth 149 

L. M. WITH REFRAIN 

He Leadeth Me 45 

Pater Omnium (Orders 

of Worship, p. 44) 55 
St. Catherine 209 

6-4-6-4 DOUBLE 

Bread of Life 135 

Need (With Refrain) . . 191 

6-4-6-4-6-6-4-4 
Master No Offering. . .247 
More Love to Thee. . .167 

6-4-6-4-6-6-6-4 

Bethany 160 

Press On (Orders of 
Worship, p. 63) 

St. Edmund 159 

Something for Jesus . . 171 

6-5-6-5 

Merrial 23 

Armageddon (12 lines). 216 

Forward (12 lines). . . 217 



29- 



6-5-6-5 DOUBLE 

Hallel 

Hermas .... 

Holy War 

Jesus King- of Glory . . 

Longstaff 

Lyndhurst 

Morley (Orders of Wor- 
ship, p. 35) 
My Jesus I Love Thee . 
Nativity (Refrain) . . . 
Onward (Refrain) . . . 
Penitence ....... 

Rosmore (With Refrain) 

Ruth 

St. Gertrude 

Watchword (With Re- 
frain) 



7 
113 
239 
164 
186 
239 



185 

72 

257 

241 

81 

53 

213 

214 



218 



6-6-6-6 DOUBLE 

Jewett 192 

Joyful Tidings 76 

6-6-4-6-0-6-4 

America 289-290 

Italian Hymn (Orders of 

Wor.ship, p. 51) . . 3-4 
Olivet 189 

6-6-6-6-8-8 

Arthur's Seat 208 

Samuel 140 

7-6-7-6 
Homeward Bound . . .315 
Solemnity 16 

XXVIII 



Hymn 

7-6-7-6 DOUBLE 

Aurelia 264-300 

Angel's Story . . . 136-177 

Berthold 58 

Chenies 61-212 

Dresden 296 

Easter (Refrain). . . . 110 

Ellacombe 95-267 

Ewing 318 

Farmer 297 

Gardiner 156 

God's Love (Orders of 

Worship, p. 12) 
God Will T&ke Care of 

You (Refrain). . . 44 

Greenland 50-118 

Hankey 183 

Jesu Dilectissime. ... 15 

King Eternal 220 

Lancashire 106 

Light of the World. . . 12 

Mendebras 14 

Messiah 141 

Miriam 301 

Missionary Hymn . . . 279 
Passion Chorale .... 100 

Rotterdam 268 

Stand up for Jesus. . .211 
St. Hilda (Orders of 

Worship, p. 40) 147-237 

St. Kevin 112 

St. Theodulph 9 4 

Thanet 96 

Thankful Praise . . . .261 
The Whole Wide World. 280 
Webb (Orders of Wor- 
ship, p. 45) . . . . 278 

7-6-8-6 DOUBLE 

Alford 210-258-319 

Sunshine 56 

7-7-7-7 

Haven 132 

Innocents (Orders of 

Worship, p. 9) . . . 6 

Last Hope 133 

Mozart 170 

Posen 162 

Seymour (Orders of Wor- 
ship, p. 28) ... . 19 
University College (Or- 
ders of Worsliip, p. 
42) 
Worgan (With Alleluia) 105 

7-7-7-7 DOUBLE 

Ceaseless Praise . . . . 17-1 

Galilee (Sherwin) . . . .*" 

Martyn 201 

Mendelssohn 6."i 

Roland 62 

St. George's Windsoi- . . 29S 
Watchman (Orders of 
Worship, p. 47) 



Metrical Index of Tunes 



II Y M .V 

7-7-7-7-7-7 

Dix 11-81 

Kelso. ........ 8 

Pilot 199 

Sabbath i:} 

Toplady ir)8 

S-5-S-3 

Bullinger l!)ii-2.51 

Stephanos 142 

8-7-8-7 

Brockle.'sbm'y 4 9 

Dorninii.s Regit Ale . . . 124 

Evening Fi-ayei' 22 

Calilee (.Jiule) 148 

Holv Voice.'^ 77 

Kathbun 48-104 

S-7-8-7 DOUBLE 

Austria 263 

Beecher 173 

Bethany English . . 88-178 

Bishopgarth 256 

Bradbury 121 

Children's King- .... 306 

Conqueror 108 

Converse 197 

Courage, Brother. . . . 223 

Faben 36 

Give of Your Best to the 

Master 182 



II V M .^ 

Humble Service . . . .270 

rVe Found a Friend . . 194 

Nettleton 117 

Panoply of Light (Willi 

Refrain) 2.')4 

St. Asapli 224 

White Fields 269 

8-7-8-7 AVITH REFRAIN 

Lower Lights 24.") 

Rally Day 30 4 

Regent Square 66 

Step by Step 179 

Theophilus 46 

8-8-8-6 

Elmhurst .'.4-281 

Just As I Am Thine Own 

to Be ]7."> 

Kings of Orient ( Re- 
frain) 83 

8-8-8-8-8-8 
Adoro Te (Orders of 

Worship, p. 22) 
Melita 206 

10-10-10-10 
American Hymn (Orders 
of Worship, p. 15) 

Benediction 26 

Eventide 24 



Hymn 

Morecambo (Orders of 

Worship, p. 36) . . i:H 

National Hymn .... 29.i 

Palmer (Refrain) . . . 235 

11-10-11-11'. 

Ancient of Dajs .... 37 

Curfew 163 

Cushman 86 

Howard 238 

Lanherne (Ordeis of 

Worship, p. 51) ) 
Pilgrims (Refrain). . . 313 
Rescue ( Doub'.e, Re- 
frain) 246 

Russian Hymn 293 

Tidings (Refrain) . . . 274 
True-Heaited (With Re- 
frain) 231 

Vesalius ;{09 

Wesley 275 

11-11-11-11 

A Child's Voice .... 93 

Anywhere with Jesus . . 198 

Easter Angels (Refrain) 109 

Luther's Cradle Hymn . 74 

New Year (Refrain) . . 299 

Poland 125 

Shadow of Death. . . . 102 

Ye Children 70 



XXIX 



Index of Authors and Translators 



Hymn 

A. A. P., 1905 122 

Adams, Sarah F.. 1841 . 160 
Addison, Joseph, 1712. . 60 
Alexander, Cecil F., 18 48 
(Orders of Worship, 
page 19) ... 99-148 
Alexander, J. W., 1830 . 100 
Alford, Henry . 217-298-319 
Ames, Chas. G. (Orders 

of Worship, p. 13) 

Anderson, Maria F., 1848 268 

Anonymous. 36 v. 1 & 2-16- 

50-56-57-69-70-73-108- 

110-128-163-165-181- 

200-239-243-261-297 

A n n o n i , Hieronymos, 

1697 226 

Armstrong, John, 1847 . 271 

Bacon, Leonard, 1832. . 286 
Baker,Henry W.,1868 124-283 
Ballantine, William G. . 293 
Barbauld, Anna L., 1772 298 
Baring - Gould, Sabine, 

1865. . . . 23-213-224 

Barth, Chr 315 

Bates, Katherine Lee, 

1893 291 

Bense, A 129 

Bernard of (Dlairvaux, 

1091 100-119 

Bernard of Cluny, ca. 

1]^45 318 

Bickersteth* E. H. '. '. '. 301 
Birks, Thomas R., 1874.' 61 

Blanchard, G. B 93 

Blandly, E. W 153 

Blenkhorn, Ada .... 151 
Bliss, Philip P., 1838- 

1876 139-245 

Bode, John E., 1869. . . 177 
Bonar, Horatius, 1808- 

18 8 9 ( Orders of 

Worship, 64) 143-146-230 
Borthwick, Jane, Tr., 

1853 18 

B o w r i n g, John, 1825 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 47) 48-104 

Breck, Mrs. Frank A., . 317 
Brid-es, Matthew, 1851. 114 
Brook. Stopford A., 

1881 62-91 

Brooks, C. T., 1834. . . 290 
Brook„, Phillips, 1868 68-109 
Brown, Jessie H. . . . 198 
Brown, Mai-y, 1891. . . 252 
Buckoll, H. J., Tr., 1841 5 
Burns, James D., 1857 . 140 
Burrow, S. E., (Orders 

of Worship, 63) 

Burton, J 178 

Butler, Mary, 1881. . . 157 
Butler, Mary Louisa . . 305 

Cady, Julia Bulkley, 

1823 38 

Campbell', JaneM., 'isei 296 
Canitz, F. R. L. von, 

1654-1699 6 



Hymn 
Caswall, Edward, Tr., , 

1853. . . . 11-102-119 
Cawood, John (Orders 

of Worship, 32) 
Chope, Richard S., 1830 72 
Claudius, Matthias, 1782 296 
Clement of Alexandria, 

200 A. D 4 

Clephane, Elizabeth C, 

1868 101 

Coghill, A. L., 1860 Alt. 259 
Conder, Eustace, 1887 

(Orders of Worship, 22) 

Corben, T 310 

Coster, Geo. T., 1900 . . 208 
Cowper, William, 1772 . 202 
Croly, George, 1854 . . 134 
Crosby, Fanny J., 1820- 

1915 76-150-154-172-195 

222-246-282 

Gushing, W. O. . . 152-20 4 

Davis, Frank M., 1882 . 203 

Davis, Ozora S 244 

Davison, W. Hope, 1880. 164 
Dayman, E. A., 1872 (Or- 
ders of Worship, 15) 
De Armand, Lizzie. . . 131 
Dexter, Henry M., Tr., 

1846 4 

Dix, William C, 1860 84-141 
Doane, Geo. W., 1824 19-272 
Doane, William C, 1886 37 
Doddridge, Phillip, 1702- 

1751 10 

Doudney, Sarah, 1871. . 96 

Duffield, G 211 

Dwight, J. S., 1844. . . 290 
Dwight, Timothy, 1800 . 265 

Edmeston, James, 1820 . 22 
Ellerton, John, 1866 20-26-28 
Elliot, Charlotte, 1836 . 149 
Elliot, Ebenezer, 1781- 

18 4 9 (Orders of 

Worship, p. 49) 
Elliott, Emily E. S., 1864 85 
Ellsworth, W. W. . . . 169 

Faber, Frederick W., 

18:4 .... 46-209-313 
Falk, J. (Stanza 1 only) 80 
Fawcett, John, 1782 . 27-31 
Featherstone, W. R., 1862 185 
Findlater, Sarah L. . . . 309 

Fhnt, Wm 180 

Freckleton, Thomas W., 
18 8 4 (Orders of 
Worship, p. 65) 

Gates, Ellen H 270 

Gates, Mrs. Merrill E., 

1889 281 

Gebauer, C. A., 1792- 

1852 16 

Gerhardt, Paul, 1656 79-100 
Gilder, Richard Watson 
■ (Orders of Worship, 

31-56) 
Gill, Thomas H., 1867. . 51 

XXX 



Hymn 

Gillmann, F. J. Alt, 1920 255 

Gilmore, Joseph H., 1859 45 
Gladden, Washington, 

1879 253 

Goser, Wm'. H.' Alt! ! .' 307 

Grant, Robert, 1833 . . 35 

Greek Hymn 142 

Gurney, John H., 1838 

(Orders of Worship, 25) 

H. B. G 182 

Hammond, J. Dempster, 

1880 280 

Hankey, Katherine . . . 183 
Hardenberg, Friedrich 

von, 1799 Ill 

Hartshorne, Hugh, Alt . 298 
Hastings, Thomas, 1830 275 
Hatfield, James Taft, 

18 9 5 (Orders of 
Worship, p. 59) 

Haver gal, Frances R., 

1871 113-118-174-190-216 
231-248-299-300 
Hawkes, Annie S., 1872 191 
Hearn, Marianne, 1887 . 175 
"Heart and Voice". . . 15 
Heber, Reginald, 1827 

2-215-279 
Hedge, Frederick H., Tr., 

1853 262 

Hewitt, E. E 130 

Hickson, Wm. E., 1810- 

1870 233 

Highfleld, Lau're'ne . ' . . 123 
Hodder, Edwin, 1863 . . 138 
Holland, Josiah G., 1872 67 
Holmes, John Haynes 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 33) 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 

1848 17 

Hood, E. Paxton, Abr., 

1854 136 

Hopper, Edward, 1871 . 199 
Hopps, John P., 1877. . 162 
Hopkins, John H., 1862. 83 
Horstman, J. H., Tr., 

19 8 (Orders of 
Worship, 39-52) 33-127 

129-225-226-315 
Hosmer, Frederick L., 

1908 257-288 

How, Wm. Walsham, 

18 7 1 (Orders of 

Worship, 73) 53-147-316 
Howe, Julia Ward, 1862 287 
Howson, John S., 1880 . 40 
Hymns for the Young, 

1836 121 

Ingemann, Bernhardt S.. 

1825 224 

John of Damascus, ca. 

750 106-112 

John, R. A., Tr., 1912 39-187 
Johnson, Joseph, 1890 . 54 

Katterjohn, H., 1919 . . 80 



Index of Authors and Translators 



Htmn 
Keble, John. 1820. ... 25 
Kelly, Thomas. 1804 . . 116 
Ken. Thomas. 1692 (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 7) 
Key, Francis Scott. 1814 285 
Kockritz, E.. 1916 . . . 184 
Krause, Jonathan, 1732 . 18 

Larcom, Lucy, 1892 . . 159 
Lathbury, Mary A.. 1877 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 44) 21-135 

Leeson, Jane E., 1842. . 170 
Longfellow, Henry W.. 

1863 75 

Long-fellow. Samuel. 1864 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 34) 55-132 

Longstaff, W. D 186 

Luke, Jemima, 1841 . . 92 
Luther, Martin, 14 83- 

1546 71-74-262 

Lynch, Thomas T., 1868 

(Orders of Worship, 38) 
Lyte, Henry F., 1847 . . 24 
McNaughton, John H. . 311 
Mackay, Margaret, 1832 314 
MacLeod. Norman, 1857 223 
March, Daniel, 1868. . . 269 

Martin. CD 4 4 

Marvin. Dwight E.. 1897 304 
Mathams. Walter J., 

1913 210-256 

Matheson, George, 1882. 161 
Merrill, William P., 1911 266 
Milman, H. H., 1827 . . 97 
Mohr, Joseph, 1818 ... 73 
Monsell, John S. B.. 1811- 

1875 . . . 12-29-107-232 
Montgomery, James. 1816 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 45) . 66-125-212-241 
Morris, Mrs. C. H. . . . 229 
Mosmann, G. L. (Orders 

of Worship, p. 39) 
Murray, Robert. 1882. . 267 

Neale, J. M., 1854 (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 
27) 94-106-112-142-234- 
318 
Neander. Joachim. 1640- 
16 8 ( Orders of 
Worship, p. 59) 
Nelson. Earl, 1864, Tr. . 6 
Nesbit, Wilbur D. . . . 294 
Newman, John H., 1833. 193 
Newton, John. 1774 (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 

28) 13-263 

Xinde, Henry S 240 

North, F. Mason, 1905 . 249 
Nunn, Marianne, 1817 . 126 

Oakeley, Frederick, Tr., 

1841 69 



HvM.N- Htmn 

Oakley, Ebenezer, 1887 Simpson. Jane C, 1831 . 156 

(Orders of Worship, 35) Sleeper, Wm. T., 1887 . 144 

Old English Carol ... 78 Small. James G., 1866 . 194 

Osier, Edw., 1836 (3rd Smith. Sam. F.. 1832 278-289 

stanza only). ... 36 Spitta, Carl J. P 309 

Owens. Priscilla J.. 1882 277 Sterne. Colin. 1898 . 227-276 

Oxenham. John. 1908 Stock. Sarah G., 1888 

(Orders of Worship. 54) (Orders of Worship, 40) 
Stone, Samuel J., 1866 . 264 

Palmer, Horatio R., 1868 235 Symonds, John A., 1880. 284 
Palmer, Ray, 1830 . . . 189 

Park, J. Edgar, 1913 86-237 Tappan, William B., 1822 98 

Parker, Edwin P., 1888 . 247 Tarrant. Wm. G., 1853 

Parker, W. H., 1904 . . 89 49-58-218-258 

Payne, J. H 312 Tate, Nahum, 1708 (Or- 

Perronet. Edward, 1785, ders of Worship, 18) 

Alt 115 Tennyson, Alfred. 1849 . 302 

Phelps. S. Dryden, 1862. 171 Thallieimcr, Elsie. 1800 

Phillimore, Greville. 1863 8 (Ordeis of Worship, 10 ) 

Pierpoint, FoUiott S.. Theodulph of Orleans 

1864 41 ca. 820 94 

Plumptre, Adelaide M., Thomas, Alexcenah. , . 260 

1908 242 Thompson, Will L.. 

Plumptre, Edward A., 1880 145-196 

1865 1-90 Thompson. Marv A., 1870 274 

Pott, Francis, 1861. . . 43 Thielfall, Jeanette ,1821- 

Potter. Thomas J., 1860 214 1880 9.-, 

Prentiss. Mrs. Elizabeth 167 Thring, Godfrey, 1873 ! 81 

Price, Wm. H 303 Toplady. Augustus M., 

Proctor. Adelaide A., 1776. . 15s 

Abr.. 1858 9 

Van Dyke. Henry, 1912. 292 

Raeder, J. H 200 

Rankin. Jeremiah B., Walter. Howard Arnold 238 

1828 30 Watts, Isaac, 1719. . . 

Rawson, George. 1876. . 7 63-103-166-228-273 

Raymond, Rossiter W., Wesley, Charles, 1757 

1840-1918 . . . 47-82 (Orders of Worship, 

Reed. Andrew, 1817. . . 133 p. 20) 3-65-105-173-201- 

Rinkart, Martin. 1586- 219 

1649 34 White. Henrv K., 1806 

Rippon. John, 1787 115 (Orders of Worship, 42) 

(5th V. only)-188 AVhiting, William, 1860 . 206 

Roberts, D. C, 1876 . . 295 Whittier, John G 

Robinson, Robert, 1758 . 117 1872 155-17(; 

Rock. Wm. W 52 Wilberforce, Canon, 1870 

Rooper, W. J 236 (Orders of Worship. 37) 

W' i 1 e . Frances Whil- 
st. Andrew of Crete, ca. marsh, 1878 .... 59 

700 234 Williams, Theodore 

Sammis, J. H 205 Chickering, 1902 251-254 

Schick. H. J 308 Williams, William, 1745 32 

Schmidt, Christian ... 70 Willis, Love M., 1859, 

Schmolk, Benj., 1672- Alt., 1864 168 

1737 192 Winkworth, Cath., Tr., 

Scott. Ohas. H 137 1855 (Orders of 

Scott, W. H 306 Worship, 59) 34-71-79- 

Scriven. Joseph, 1875. . 197 in 

Sears. Edmund H., 1849 64 Wolcott. Sam.. 1869 (Or- 

Shaw. Knowles 250 ders of Worship, 51) 

Sheiwin. Wm. Fisk, 1880 Wordsworth, Christ- 

(Orders of Worship, opher. 1862 (Orders 

P- 12) 87-221 of Worship, p. 61) . 41 

Sliurtleff, Ernest W., 1888 220 

Simpson, A. B 179 Yates, John H 207 



XXXI 



Index of Composers and Sources 



Hymn 
Anonymous (Orders of 

Worship, 13) 12-42-57- 

69-138-174-226 

Arne, Thomas A., 1762. 228 

Atkinson, Frederick C, 

18 8 (Orders of 

Worship, 36) ... 134 



Bach, Joh. Seb., 1729 

(Harmonization). . 100 
Baker, Henry W., 1868 

142-283 
Bambridge, Wm., 1872 . 224 
Barnard, C. A., 1830- 

1869 49 

Barnard, Mrs. Chas. . . 182 
Barnby, Joseph. 1868 
(Orders of Worship, 
22-5,5) . . 11-23-175-316 
Barrington, J. W. . . . 257 
Beethoven, I^. von . . . 249 

Bense, A 129 

Beurle, C 315 

Berwick Hymnal (Or- 
ders of Worship, 50) 

Bishop, H. R 312 

Blanchard, G. B 93 

Bhss, Philip P., 1838- 

1876. . . . 139-153-245 
Booth, Josiah, 1877 (Or- 
ders of Worship, 49) 234 
Bortniansky, Dimitri S., 

1751-1825 39 

Bourgeois, Louis, 1551 

(Ordeis of Worship, 7) 
Boyd, Wm., 1868. . 232-242 
Bradbury, Wm. B., 186 4 

45-98-121-149-314 
Brahms, Johannes, 1833- 

1897. . .... 169 

Bruening, David. 1915 . 269 
BuUinger, Ethelbert W., 

1877 190-251 

Burney, Charles, 1769. . 284 
Butler, Mary Louisa . . 305 



Caldi CO 1 1 , Alfred J., 

1842-1897 . . . 40-143 
Calkin, J. Baptiste. 1872 

75-272-302 
Carey, H., 1743. . . 289-290 
Cantus Diversi (Wade's 

1751) 69-188 

Chadwick, Geo. W., 1887 91 
Challinor, F. A., 1904 . 89 
Chants de 1' Archicon- 
frerie, Andre, 1844 . . . 164 
Cheeswright, Frederick 

H., 1889 59 

Conkey, Ithamar, 1847 

48-104 
Converse, C. C, 1868. . 197 
Cortada, A., (Arrange- 
ment) 169 

Cottman, A. (Orders of 

Worship, 65) ... 157 
Croft, Wm., 1708. ... 166 
Criiger, Johann, 1649 . . 34 



Hymn 
Crusius, Carl F., 1920 
(Orders of Worship, 

P- 37) 67-238 

Cutler, Henry S., 1872 

215-243-244 

Darms, Antonius, 1869- 

1897 179 

Davis, Frank M., 1882 . 203 
D o a n e , W. Howard, 

1870 . . 154-167-172-246 
Drewett, E., 1887. . 54-281 
Dykes, John B., 1861 
(Orders of Worship, 
38-61 ) 2-28-97-119-124- 
193-202-206-210-258-319 

Blvey, Geo. J., 1868 (Or- 
ders of Worship, p. 
30) ... . 114-219-298 

Emerson, L. O.. 1916 

(Harmonization) 126-233 

Bwing, Alexander, 1853. 318 

Farmer, J., 1836-1901. . 297 

Fischer, Wm. G 183 

F 1 e m m i n g , Fi-iedrich 

Ferdinand. 1810 . . 184 
Foster, Myles B., 1851 7-102 

Gardiner, Thomas . . . 156 
Gardiner, Wm., 1812 

(Orders of Worship, 32) 
Gaul, Alfred R. (Orders 

of Worship, p. 16) 
Gauntlett, Hy. J., 1858 
(Orders of Worship, 
19-42) 
Geibel, Adam, 1901. . . 211 
German Chorale .... 71 
Gei-man Melody .... 57 
Gesangbuch der Wuer- 
tembergischen Hof- 
kapelle, 1784. . 95-267 
Giardini, Felice de, 1769 3-4 
G o r d a n, Adoniram J., 

1836-1895 185 

Goss, J., 1871 . . . 208-216 
Gottschalk, Louis M., 

1867 133 

Gould, John E., 1871. . 199 
Greatore.x, Hy. W., 1851 

(Orders of Worship, 14) 
Gregoi-ian Chant .... 103 
Gruber, Franz, 1818 . . 73 
Handel, G. F., 1728 10-63-141 
Harker, E. Flaxington . 306 
Harkness, Robert, 1911 . 52 
Hassler, Hans Leo, 1601 100 
Hastings, Thomas, 1830 

31-72-158 
Hatton, John, 1793. 273-286 
Havergal, Frances R., 

1871 29-113 

Haydn, Franz Joseph, 
179 1 (Orders of 
Worship, 52) . 5-60-263 
Haydn, John Michael, 

1770 35 

Hayman, Hy., 1820-1894 

(Orders of Worship, 50) 

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Hymn 
Hemy, Henry F., 1818- 

1889 108-209 

Hodges John S. B., 1830 110 
Holbrook . . on-, 

Holden, 01iver,'l793 '. ' m 
Holmes, Henrv J e' 

1875. ..'..■ ■' -- 
Hopkins, Edward 'j.', 

„ 1872 8-26-261 

Hopkms. John J., 1862 . 83 
Hume, Duncan. . . 236 

Husband, Edward, i87l'. 147 

Jackson, Robert, 1840 

(Orders of Worship, 56) 
Jeffery, J. Albert, 1886 . 37 
Jude, Wm. H., 1886 . . 148 

Katterjohn, Henry, 1918 123 
Keller. Matthias, 1866 

(Orders of Worship, 15) 
Kn-kpatrick, Wm. James, 

,. 1892 74-277 

Ivnapp, Mrs. Jos. F 195 

Knecht, Justin H., 1799 

t' u ^ 147-237 
Kocher, Conrad, 1838 41-84 
Koschat, Thomas, 1862 . 125 
Krapf, August 151 

Lane. Spencer, 1879. 241 

Lausanne Psalter. . 50-118 
Le Jeune, Geo. F.. 1842- 

, 19"4 107 

Lemai'e, Edwin H., 1889 132 
Loud, G. H., 1883 (Har- 
monization) .... 239 
Lowry, Robert, 1826- 

1899. . . . 152-171-191 
Luther, Martin. 1529 . . 26' 
Lwoff, Alexis T., 1833. . 293 
"Lyra Davidica," 1708 . 105 

McCartney, R. H. . 15 

McNaughton, J. H. 311 

McWhood, L. B. . . " m 
Maker, Frederick C 

1876 9-101-155-163-255- 

Malan, C, 1787-1864 . . 200 
Mann, Arthur H., 1881 

136-177 

Mann, F. A ')9g 

March, F. K. . . . .' ' 240 
Marsh, Simeon B., 1834 201 

Martin, W. S 44 

Mason, Lowell (Orders 

of Worship, 47) 13-14-27 
63-103-116-160-189-230- 
259-275-279 
Matthews, Timothv R., 

1S55 61-85-212 

Maunder, John H., 1894 2S(i 
Mendelssohn, Felix, 1840 

(Orders of Worship, 

p. 42) . 65 

Messiter, Arthur H., 1893 1 

Minor, Geo. A 250 

Monk, Wm. H., 1861. 24-25 
Morly, Thomas. i867 

(Orders of Worship, 35) 



Index of Composers and Sources 



Htmn 
Morris. Mrs. C. H. . . . 229 
Mozart, W. A., 1756- 

1791 170 

Niigeli. Hans G.. 1768- 
18 3 6 (Orders of 
Worship, 9) . . . . 27 
Newman, Richard S. . . 96 
Nichol, H. Ernest, 1898 

227-276 

Oakley, Herbert S., 1S74 271 

Ogden, W. A 260 

Old Chorale 225 

Old Frencli INIclodv. . . 6 
Old Melodv (Orders of 

Worship, 39) ... . 51 

Old Netherlands Melody 38 

Oliver, G. E 56 

Owen, W. Morton, 1897 . 304 

Palmer. Horatio R., 1868 235 

Parker. Edw. P.. 1888 . 247 

Parker, Horatio W., 1863 79 
P a r k e r , James C. D. , 

1828 109 

Parker. Leonard (Orders 

of Worship. 26) . . 254 
Peace. Albeit. 1885 (Or- 
ders of Worship, 25) 161 
Pearson. Arthur .... 180 
Perkins, Tlieodore E.. 

1869 76 

Perrv, E. Cooper, 1856 . 309 

Price. Wm. H 303 

Redner. Lewis H.. 1868. 68 
Reichardt, Louise. . . . 127 
Reinagle. Walter, 1826 

(Orders of Worship. 54) 

Rhigini, V 168 

Ritter, Peter, 1798 . . 25-33 
Rounsefell, Carrie E., 

1894 252 



Hym.v 
Sankey, Ira D.. 1840- 

1908. . . . 146-204-207 
Schilling, Frederick. . . 82 
ycholefleld. Clement C. 

1874 20 

Scludtz, .1. A. P.. 1747- 

ISOO 296 

Schulz, Kail F 70 

Schumann. Robert, 1833 

(Ordoi's of Worship. 

p. 73) 248 

Scott. Chas. H 137 

Shaw. David T 308 

S h e r w i n , Wm. Fisk, 

1826-1888 (Orders of 

Worship, 12-44 ) 18-21- 
87-135-221 

Sicilian Melody 80 

Silcher, Friedrich. 1789- 

1860. . . . 47-187-310 
Silesian Folk Song ... 120 
Simper, Caleb. 1856. . . 62 
Smart. Henry, 1867 . 66-88- 
106-178-218-313 
Smith, H. Percy, 1874 . 253 
Smith, Samuel, 1865 . . 53 
Sohren. Peter, 1660 (Or- 
ders of Worship, 59) 

Spazier. C Ill 

Speidel, Lydia, 1919 . . 294 
Stanger. C. G., 1918 46-217- 
220-270 
Stebbins. Geo. C, 1878 

22-99-122-144-150-186-194 

231 

Steffe. Wm.. 1852. . 287-288 

Strattner. Geo. C, 1691. 162 

Sullivan. Arthur S., 1872 

43-112-140-159-213-214- 
223-256 
Sweney, John R., 1887 

130-222 



Taylor, V. C. 1847. . . 
Teschner. Melchior. 1615 



17 

94 



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ThMiiipson. Will L.. 1880 

14 5-196 
Thuiingian Folk Song 

(Orders of Worship. 10) 
Tomer. W. G.. 1895. . . 3(1 
Tours. Peithold. 1872 58-268 
Towner, Daniel B.. 1850- 

1919 198-20" 

Traditionals .... 78-92 

Trebcl. G. II 16 

Tr em ba t h, Henry G., 

1893 81 

Tucker, J. L 165 

Tullar, Grant Colfax . . 317 
Turner. Herbert B., 1905 86 

Walch, James 1876. . . 274 
W. A. O. (Orders of 

Worship, p. 24) 
Wallace, Wm. V., 1814- 

1865 176 

Ward. S. A.. 1882 . . . 291 
Warren. G. W., 1892. . 295 
Weber. Carl M. von. 

1786-1826 (Orders of 

Worship, 28 ) . 19-192 
Webb, Geo. J., 1837. . . 278 
Welsh Traditional . 126-233 
Wesley, Samuel S.. 186 4 

264-300 
White, John Stafford, 

1780 285 

Wild, A. A.. 1894. ... 90 
Wilkinson, Walter O.. 

1895 292 

Willcox, John H.. 1849 . 36 
Williams. Aaron, 1763 . 266 
Willis, Richard S., 1850 

64-120 Arr. 
Wilson, Ira B.. 1880 . . 131 
Woodbury, I. B. . . 282 Arr. 
Woodman. Jonathan C, 

1844 265 

Wveth, John, 1812 . . . 117 
Zartmann, E. C. 1857 . 181 
Zundel, John. 1870. . . 173 



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Tlbe Elmhimrst Hymmial 



Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart 



(MARION. S. M. With Refrain) 



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2. Bright youth and snow-crowned age, Strong men and maid - ens fair, 

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4. With voice as full and strong As o - cean's surg- ing praise, 

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1 Shepherd of tender youth. 
Guiding in love and truth 

Through devious ways; 
Christ, our triumphant King, 
We come Thy name to sing. 
And here our children bring, 

To sound Thy praise! 

2 Thou art our Holy Lord, 
The all-subsiding Word, 

Healer of strife: 
Thou didst Thyself abase. 



That from sin's deep disgrace 
Thou mightest save our race. 
And give us life. 

Ever be Thou our Guide, 
Our Shepherd and our Pride, 

Our Staff and Song: 
Jesus. Thou Christ of God, 
By Thy enduring word. 
Lead us where Thou hast trod. 
Make our faith strong. 
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5 Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be Waking 



F. R. Iv. VON Canitz, 1654-1699 
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2. A cloud of wit-ness - es a - round Hold thee in fuUsur-vey; For- get the 
3. 'TisGod'sall-an - i - mat-ing voice That calls thee from on high; 'Tis His own 
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steps al-read-y trod, And onward urge thy way. And 
hand presents the prize To thine as-pir-ing eye, 
vie - fry, at Thy feet I'll lay my hon-ors down. 



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11 



When Morning Gilds the Skies 



(lyAUDES DOMINI. 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6) 



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2. When - e'er the sweet church bell 

3. The night be - comes as day, 

4. In heav'n's e - ter - nal bliss 

5. Be this, while life is mine, 

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May Je - sus Christ be praised 

May Je - sus Christ be praised 

May Je - sus Christ be praised 

May Je - sus Christ be praised 



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sus Christ be praised! 

sus Christ be praised! 

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THE LORD'S DAY 



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Safely Through Another Week 



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While we pray for pard'ning grace, Thro' the dear Re-deem-er's name, 
Here we come Thy name to praise; May we feel Thy pres-ence near; 
May Thy gos- pel's joy - ful sound Con - quer sin - ners, com-fort saints; 



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Make the fruits of grace a - bound, 



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Take a - way our sin and shame; 
While we in Thy house ap - pear: 
Bring re - lief for all com - plaints: 




Day of all the week the best. 
From our world - ly cares set free, 
Here af - ford us. Lord, a taste 
Thus may all our Sab-baths prove 



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May we rest this day in Thee, 

Of our ev - er - last - ing feast, 

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From our world-ly cares set free. May we rest this day in Thee. 
Here af - ford us. Lord, a taste Of our ev - er - last - ing feast. 
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The Church her voice up - rais - es 



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A tri - pie light was given. 

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The Earth is Hushed In Silence 



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To greet the Lord of heav - en 



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Sun of our life. Thy quick'ning ray Sheds on our path the glow of day; 
Our mid-night is Thy smile withdrawn; Our noon-tide is Thy gra-cious dawn; 
Lord of all life, be - low, a-bove. Whose light is truth, whose warmth is love, 
Grant us Thy truth to make us free, And kindling hearts that burn for Thee, 

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Cen-ter and soul of ev-'ry sphere. Yet to each loving heart how near: 

Star of our hope. Thy softened light Cheers the long watches of the night. 

Our rainbowarch,Thy mercy's sign; All, save the clouds of sin, are Thine. 

Be -fore Thy ev- er-blaz-ing throne We ask no lus - ter of our own. 

Till all Thy liv - ing al - tars claim One ho - ly light, one heav 'nly flame. A-MEN. 



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tH£ LORD'S DAY 



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Tho' the ar - row past us fly, 
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Sin and want we come con-fess-ing; Thou canst save, and Thou canstheal. 
Thou art He who, nev-er wear-y, Watchest where Thy peo - pie be. 
Angel-guards from Thee surround us, We are safe, if Thou art nigh. 
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1. Sun of my soul. Thou Saviour dear, 

2. When the soft dews of kind-ly sleep 

3. A - bide with me from rfiorn till eve, 

4. Come near and bless us when we wake. 



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My wear-ied eye - lids gen - tly steep, 
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A-bide with me when night is nigh, For with-out Thee I dare not die. 
Till in the o - cean of Thy love We lose our-selves in heav'n a-bove. 

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Blest Be the Tie That Binds 



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On Our Way Rejoicing 

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do - ing what we can. Thou who giv'sttheseed-time wilt give large in-crease, 
vanquished is our foe! Christ without, our safe - ty, Christ with-in, our joy: 
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30 God Be With You Till We Meet Again 



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Dai - ly man - na still pro - vide you, God be with you 
Put His arms un - fail - ing round you, God be with you 
Smite death 'sthreat'ning wave be-fore you, God be with you 



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1 Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, 
Pilgrim through this barren lanu, 
J am weak, but Thou art mighty; 
Hold me with Thy powerful hand: 

II : Bread of heaven, 
Feed me till I want no more. :|| 



2 Open now the crystal fountain 

Whence the healing stream doth flow; 
Let the fire and cloudy pillar 

Lead me all my journey through: 

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Be Thou still my strength and shield. : 



3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 
Death of deaths and hell's Destruction, 
Land me safe on Canaan's side; 

II : Songs of praises 
I will ever give to Thee. :|| 

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33 God of Might, We Praise Thy Name 



(GROvSSER GOTT. 7. 8, 7, 8, 7, 7) 



Tr. J. H. HORSTMANN, 190S 



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35 O Worship the King, All-Glorious Above 

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Still - ing the rude wills of men's wild be - hav - ior. 

From Thee have flowed, as from a pleas -ant riv - er. 

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39 I Sing the Praise of Love Unbounded 



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2. The love of God planned my sal - va - tion Be - fore I saw the 

3. While life shall last, I'll sing the glo - ry Of Christ the Sav - iour 



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For the Beauty of the Earth 



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2. For the won-der of each hour. Of the day and of the night, 

3. For the joy of hu - man love, Broth-er, sis- ter, par - ent, child, 

4. For Thy church that ev - er -more Lift-eth ho - ly hands a - bove. 



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Friends on earth, and friends a - bove. 
Of - f 'ring up on ev - 'ry shore 



O - ver and a - round us lies. 

Sun and moon, and stars of light, 

For all gen - tie tho'ts and mild, 

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3. He fills the sun with morn-ing light. He bids the moon di - rect the night; 

4. He sent His Son with pow'r to save From guilt and darkness and the grave; 



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Won-ders of grace to God be-long, Re - peat His mer-cies in your song. 



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God Will Take Care of You 

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He Leadeth Me, O Blessed Thought 45 



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2. Sometimes 'mid scenes of deep-est gloom, Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, 

3. Lord, I would clasp Thy hand in mine, Nor ev - er mur-mur nor re -pine; 

4. And when my task on earth is done, When, by Thy grace, the vict'ry's won. 



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Con - tent, what-ev - er lot I see, Since 'tis my God that lead-eth me. 

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46 There's a Wideness in God's Mercy 



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2. There's no place where earthly sor - rows Are more felt than up in heav'n; 

3. For the love of God Is broad-er Than the meas-ure of man's mind; 

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Far Out On the Desolate Billow 



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God is Love 



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2. Chance and change are bus - y ev - er; Man de - cays, and a - ges move; 

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GOD IN NATURE 



SI The Glory of the Spring How Sweet 



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2. God gives us the flow'rs, thecheer-fulflow'rs: Their les-son we all may read: 

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Dark a-cross our sky. Then, the veil up - lift-ing, Fa- ther, beThoui.igh. 
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2. God speaks to us in far and near; In peace of home and friends most dear; 

3. God speaks to us in dark-estnight; By qui - et ways thro' morn-ings bright, 

4. God speaks to us in ev - 'ry land. On wave-lapped shore and si -lent strand; 

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60 The Spacious Firmament On High 



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The Heavens Declare Thy Glory 



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THE CHRIST CHILD 



64 



It Came Upon the Midnight Clear 



(CAROI<. C. M. D.) 



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Richard S. Willis, 1850 



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3. And ye, be -neath life's crush-ing load. Whose forms are bend-ing low, 

4. For lo! the days are has-t'ning on. By proph-et -bards fore-told, 



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And still their heav'n-ly mu - sic floats O'er all the wear - 
Who toil a - long the climb - ing way. With pain - ful steps 
When with the ev - er - cir - cling years Comes round the age 



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Hark! the Herald Angels Sing 



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Angels, from the Realms of Glory 



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68 



O Little Town of Bethlehem 

(ST. IvOUIS. 8. 6, 8, 6. 7. 6, 8, 6) 



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And prais - es sing to God the King, 
Where meek souls will receive Him, still 
O come to us, a- bide with us. 



Are met in thee to - night. 

And peace to men on earth! 

The dear Christ en- ters in. 

Our Lord Em -man -u - el! A -men. 



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O Come, All Ye Faithful 69 

(ADESTE FIDELES. [PORTUGUESE HYMN.] Irregular. With Refrain) 



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2. Sing, choirs of an - gels, sing in ex - ul - ta - tlon, O sing, all ye 

3. Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this hap-py morn- ing, Je - sus, to 



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70 



Christian Schmidt 
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Come Hither, Ye Children 

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3. Dear Christ-Child, what gifts can we chil - dren be-stow. By which our af- 

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hands now and praise Him as they; Re - joice that a Sav - iour from 
fee - tion and glad - ness to show? No rich - es and treas-ures of 
glad - ly, ac - cept them, we pray, And make them so spot - less and 

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To you, this night, is born a Child Of Ma - ry, cho -sen moth- er mild; 
'Tis Christ, our God, who far on high Hath heard your sad and bit- ter cry; 
Glo - ry to God in high-est heav'n. Who un - to man His Son hath giv'n, 

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3. Born that He might lead us From this earth-ly home, Guide our way, and 

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feed us Till the end shall come. 

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73 



Holy Night! Peaceful Night 



Joseph Mohr, 1818 
Tr. Anonymous 



(STI1,L,E NACHT. 7, 6, S, S. 6. 6) 



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See the east - ern wise men bring Gifts and horn - age to our King, 

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Je - sus no cry - ing He makes. I love Thee, Lord Je - sus! 

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(WAL,THAM. Iv. M.) 



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2. I thought how, as the day had come, The bel-fries of all Chris-ten-dom 

3. And in de-spair I bowed my head: "There is no peace on earth, " I said, 

4. Then pealed the bells more loud and deep: "God is not dead, nor doth He sleep; 

5. Till, ring -ing, sing-ing on its way, The world re-volved from night today, 

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Had rolled a-Iong th ' un - bro - ken song Of peace on earth, good-will to men. 
"For hate is strong, and mocks the song Of peace on earth, good-will to men. " 
The wrong shall fail, the rightprevail, With peace on earth, good-will to men:" 
A voice, a chime, a chant sub-lime. Of peace on earth, good-will to men ! Amen. 



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Carol, Sweetly Carol 



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As when the an - gel throng, 
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Sing in loud - est num - bers. Oh, sing re- deem -ing love. 

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beam-ing, Fol - lowed by a ra-diant train, 

glo -. ry! I pro-claim a Sav-iour nigh." 

end - ing. All is si - lence, all is night. 



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shepherds in fields as they lay; In fields where they lay keep-ing their 

east, be - yond them far. And to the earth it gave great 

came from coun - try far; To seek for a king was their in- 

hem it took its rest, And there it did both stop and 

ly up - on the knee. And of - fered there, in His pres- 

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cold win - ter's night that was so deep. 

so it con - tin - ued both day and night. 

the star wher - ev - er it went. 

o - ver the place where Je - - sus lay. 

gold, and myrrh, and frank - in - cense. 



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2. Hark! a voice from yon-der man-ger. Soft and sweet, doth en - treat: 

3. Come, then, let us has - ten yon-der! Here let all, great and small, 

4. Thee, dear Lord, with heed I'll cher-ish. Live to Thee, and with Thee 



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"Flee from woe and dan - ger; Breth-ren, come; from all that grieves you, 

Kneel in awe and won - der! Love Him who with love is yearn -ing! 

Dy - ing, shall not per - ish; But shall dwell with Thee for - ev - er. 



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You are freed; all you need I will sure - ly give you." 

Hail the Star! that from far Bright with hope is burn - ing! 

Far on high, in the joy That can al - ter nev - er. A - MEN 

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9, 7, 6, 6. 10) 



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2. Thou who in a man - ger Once hast low- ly lain. Who dost now in 

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glo - ry O'er all king- doms reign, Gath - er in the peo -pie, 

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There's a Beautiful Star 



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2. In the land of the East, in the shad - ows of night, We 

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We Three Kings of Orient Are 



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2. Born a King on Bethlehem's plain, Gold I bring to crown Him a - gain, 

3. Frank-in - cense to of-ferhave I, In - cense owns a De - i - ty nigh; 

4. Myrrh is mine; its bit-ter per-fume Breathes a life of gath-er - ing gloom: 

5. Glo - rious now be-hold Him a - rise. King and God and Sac - ri - fice; 



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84 



As With Gladness Men of Old 



(DIX. 7.7,7.7,7.7) 



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2 As with joy - ful steps they sped, 

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Ev - er - more be led to Thee. 

Ev - er seek Thy mer - cy - seat. 

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Where no clouds Thy glo - ry hide. 



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Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne 

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2. Heav-en's arch - es rang When the an - gels sang Pro - - 

3. The fox - es found rest, And the birds their nest In the 

4. Thou cam - est, O Lord, With the liv - ing word That should 

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Didst Thou come to earth. And in great- est hu -mil - i - ty: 

O Thou Son of God, In the des - erts of Gal - i - lee: 

And with crown of thorn, They bore Thee to Cal - va - ry: 

Say - ing, "Yet there is room. There is room at my side for thee:" 




1-4. O come to my heart, Lord Je-sus, There is room in my heart for Thee. 
5. My heart shall rejoice. Lord Je-sus, When Thou comest and callest for me. A-MEN. 

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Ma - ry's Son most ho - ly, Light of the 

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in His work of heal - ing, At e - ven- 

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vil-lage life from day to day; Shin - ing re- vealed thro' ev - 'ry task most 
lis-t'ning peo-ple gath-ered round; While birds and flow'rs and sky a - bove are 
tide be - fore the sun was set; Di - vine and hu - man, in His deep re- 
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low - ly, The Christ of God, the Life, the Truth, the Way. 

preach-ing The bless - ed - ness which sim - pie trust has found. 

veal - ing. Of God and man in lov - ing serv - ice met. 

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Galilee, Bright Galilee 



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(GAUIyEE [SHEKWIN]. 7, 7, 7, 7, D.) 



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Of the life of One who came. 
Heal - ing all who came in faith. 
Calmed the tu - mult by His will. 
Still He com-forts mourn-ing hearts, 

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Bear -ing grief, re-proach, and 
Call - ing back the life from 
On - ly say - ing, "Peace be 
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King of kings from heav'n was He, 
Ru - ler of the storm was He, 
Still the sin - ner's Friend is He, 



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Though so poor by Gal - i 
On the ra - ging Gal - i 
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LIFE OF JESUS 

What a Strange and Wondrous Story 



(BETHANY. [ENGUSH] 8. 7. S, 7. D.) 



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1. What a strange and won-drous sto - ry From the book of God is read, 

2. While I bless the Hand which gave me Life and health and all things here, 

3. Fa - ther, let Thy Ho - ly Spir - it Still re - veal a Sav-iour's love. 



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There with saints and an-gels dwell -ing, May I that great love pro-claim, 

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Tell Me the Stories of Jesus 

(STOKIK.S 01-" JESUS. S, 4, 8. 4. 5, 4, 5, 4) 



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3. In - to the cit - y I'd fol - low 

4. Tell me, in ac-cents of won-der, 

5. Tell how the spar-row that twit-ters 

6. Show me that scene in the gar - den, 



The chil-dren 's band, 
How rolled the sea, 
On yon - der tree, 
Of bit - ter pain; 



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boat in a tern - pest 
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If He were here; Scenes by the way - side. 
Rest -ing on me: Words full of kind - ness. 
High in my hand; One of His her - aids. 
On Gal - i - lee! And how the Mas - ter, 
May speak to me— Give me their mes - sage. 
For me was -slain— Sad ones or bright ones. 



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Deeds full of grace. 
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Read - y and kind. 
For I would hear 
So that they be 



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All in the love-light Of Je - sus' face. 

Loud-est ho-san-nas! Je - sus is King! 

Chid - ed the bil - lows. And hushed the wind. 

How Je -sus taught us Our Fa-ther's care. 

Sto - ries of Je - sus, Tell them to me. 



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LIFE OF JESUS 

90 Thine Arm, O Lord, in Days of Old 



(BEAUFORT. C. M. D.) 



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1. Thine arm, Lord, in days of old Was strong to heal and save; 

2. And lo. Thy touch brought life and health, Gave speech, and strength, and sight; 

3. Be Thou our great De - liv - 'rer still, Thou Lord of life and death; 






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And youth re-newed and fren - zy calmed Owned Thee, the Lord of light: 
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To hands that work and eyes that see, Give wis- dom's heav'n-ly 



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That whole and sick, and weak and strong. May praise Thee ev-er ■ 



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LIFE OF JESUS 

When the Lord of Love Was Here 91 



(ARMSTRONG. 7, 7. 5. 7. 7 5) 



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92 I Think When I Read That Sweet Story of Old 



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"Let the lit - tie ones come un - to me." 

I shall see Him and hear Him a - bove. 

Shall crowd to His arms and be blessed. 



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Lisf^en to the Voice of Jesus 



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(ST. THEODUIvPH. 7, 6. 7. 6, D.) 



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Hosanna, Loud Hosanna! 



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(EIvI^ACOMBE. 



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7, 6. 7, 6, D.) 

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We Sing a Loving Jesus 



(THANET. 7, 6, 7. 6. D.) 



Sarah Doudney, 1871 

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The sight-less eyes He o - pened, 



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THE MAN OF SORROWS 

Ride On, Ride On in Majesty 



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H. H„ MiLMAN, 1827 



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2. Ride on, ride on in nuij-es-ty, In low - ly pomp ride on to die; () 

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Christ, Thy triumphs now be - gin O'er cap - tive death and conquered sin. 

Fa - ther, on His saphire throne, Ex - pects His own a- noint - ed Son. 

Thy meek head to mor-tal pain, Then take, O God, Thypow'r, andreign. A-men. 



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'Tis mid-night; and on 01-ive'sbrow The star isdimmedthatlate-ly shone: 
'Tis mid-night; and, from all re- moved, Em-man-uel wrestles lone with fears; 
'Tis mid-night; and, for oth-ers' guilt. The Man of Sorrows weeps in blood; 
'Tis mid-night; from the heav'nly plains Is borne the song that an -gels know; 




'Tis mid-night; in the gar - den now The suf-f 'ring Sav-iour prays a - lone. 
E'en the dis - ci -pie that He loved Heeds not His Master's grief and tears. 
Yet He, who hath in an-guish knelt. Is not for-sa-ken by His God. 
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99 There is a Green Hill Far Away 



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But we be - lieve it was for us He hung and suf - fered there. 
That we might go at last to heav'n, Saved by His pre - cious blood. 
He on - ly could un - lock the gate Of heav'n, and let us in. 



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O Sacred Head 



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103 When I Survey the Wondrous Cross 



(HAMBURG. I^. M.) 



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1. When I sur-vey the won-drous cross On which the Prince of glo - ry died, 

2. For - bid it, Lord, that I should boast, Save in the death of Christ, my God; 

3. See, from His head, His hands, His feet, Sor-row and love flow min-gled down! 

4. Were the whole realm of na - ture mine, That were a pres - ent far too small; 




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In the Cross of Christ I Glory 



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From the cross the ra - diance streaming Adds more lus - ter to the day. 

Peace is there that knows no meas-ure, Joys that through all time a - bide. 



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106 



The Day of Resurrection 



(I^ANCASHIRK. 7, 6, 7, 6, D.) 



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THE RISEN CHRIST 

108 Ring the Joy-bells, Christ Has Risen. 

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did His Father's will; And the tomb de-sert - ed shin-eth like the sky, 
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all men far and near, That He is ris'n a - gain; 
say, let each this morn Go tell it to his friend, 
death and of the grave Are whelmed be-neath the sea; 
dark-ness that He trod To heav'n at last shall come, 
mourner grieve no more, Though his be - lov - ed sleep: 
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That soon in ev - 'ry place shall dawn His king- dom with - out end. 
And ev - 'ry heart now light and brave May face the things to be. 
And he whoheark-ens to His word Shall reach His Fa - ther's home. 
A hap - pier meet-ing shall re -store Their light to eyes that weep. 
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112 Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain 



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THE KING OF GLORY 



Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee 119 



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ing wa - ter flow My ran-somed soul He lead - eth, 

ish oft I strayed, But yet in love He sought me, 

I fear no ill With Thee, dear Lord, be - side me; 

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And on His shoul-der gen - tly laid, And home, re-joic- ing, brought me. 
Thy rod and staff my com - fort still. Thy cross be-fore to guide me. 
And oh, what transport of de - light From Thy pure chal-ice flow - eth! 



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125 The Lord is My Shepherd 

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One There Is Above All Others 



126 



Marianne Nunn, 1817 



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He will strengthen each en- deav -or; 



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2. The world be-stows its great-est fa-vors On those who can and will re-pay; 

3. He is the friend a- bove all oth-ers, Whose heart and soul is whol-ly mine; 




Where hearts to things of earth are giv - en, Friends can-not be sin 
When - ev - er fortune's friendship wavers, Its fa - vors too will 
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128 In Heaven and In Our Hearts He Liveth 

(THE DEAREST FRIEND) 

1 In heaven and in our hearts He liveth, 

The children's Friend so good and mild; 
Each little one He gently leadeth, 

And loves each happy, trusting child. 
His name is Jesus, Saviour dear, 
And when they call, He's ever near. 

2 More tender far than loving mother; 

More strong than father kind and true, 
This Friend will little children cherish 

And comfort them their whole lives through. 
His name is Jesus, Saviour dear. 
And when they call, He's ever near. 

3 Then take my hand and gently lead me, 

Thou Friend of children good and wise, 
In ways of peace, in pleasant meadows, 

Where streamlets flow 'neath sunny skies. 
And as Thou truly lovest me. 

So may I love Thee faithfully. — Anonvmous 

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THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

Come to the Saviour, Children All 



129 



A. Bl'.NSI! 

Tr. J. H. HORSTMANN. 1919 



(HIR KINDER. C. M. D.) 









Come to the Sav-iour, chil-dren all, The best of friends is 
He too was once a lit - tie child At home in work and 
When mothers brought their lit-tle ones For Him to touch and 
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For - bid them not, for ver - i - ly. Theirs shall my king-dom be!" 
He is our liv - ing Lord and King, The Bright and Morn-ing Star. 



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2. There is mu - sic in my soul to - day, 

3. There is spring-time in my soul to - day, 

4. There is glad - ness in my soul to - day, 



More glo - ri - ous and bright 
A car - ol to my King; 
For when the Lord is near, 
And hope, and praise, and love, 




Than glows in an - y earth - ly sky, For Je - sus is my Light. 

And Je -sus, lis - ten-ing, can hear The songs I can - not sing. 

The dove of peace sings in my heart, The flow 'rs of grace ap - pear. 

For bless-ings which He gives me now. For joys laid up a - bove. 




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THE GOOD SHEPHERD 



We Sail Along Toward the Harbor Light 131 



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THE HOLY SPIRIT 



132 



Holy Spirit, Truth Divine 



(HAVEN. 1,1.1,1) 



Samuel I,ongfellow, 1864 



Edwin H. 1,emare, 1889 




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Holy Ghost, With Light Divine 



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ly Ghost, with light di - vine Shine up - on this heart of mine; 

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ly Ghost, with joy di - vine Cheer this sad-dened heart of mine; 

ly Spir - it, all di - vine. Dwell with -in this heart of mine; 






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Long hath sin with -out con - trot Held do-min - ion o'er my soul. 

Bid my man - y woes de - part, Heal my wound-ed,bleed-ing heart. 

Cast down ev - 'ry i - dol throne. Reign su-preme, and reign a-lone. A-MEN. 




Spirit of God, Descend Upon My Heart 134 



(MOKECAMBK. lU, lU, 10, lU) 



George Croly, 1S34 



Frederick C. Atkinson, 1880 




1. Spir - it of God, de - scend up - on my heart, Wean it from 

2. I ask no dream, no proph-et - ec - sta - cies; No sud - den 

3. Hast Thou not bid us love Thee, God and King? All, all Thine 

4. Teach me to feel that Thou art al - ways nigh; Teach me the 

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ant, no ope -ning skies; But take the dim-ness of my soul a- way. 
teach my heart to cling: O let me seek Thee, and O let me find, 

doubt, the reb - el sigh; Teach me the pa-tience of un-an-swered prayer, 
heav'n-de-scend-ed Dove, My heart anal - tar, and Thy love the flame. A-men. 






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THE WORD OF GOD 

Break Thou the Bread of Life 



Mary Ann I^athbury, 1S77 (BREAD OF L,IFE. 6, 4, 6, 4, D.) 
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THE WORD OF GOD 

Who Would Not Love the Bible 136 



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THE WORD OF GOD 



Thy Word is Like a Garden 



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Come Unto Me, Ye Weary 



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Come Unto Me, Ye Weary 






Of love which can - not cease; Of joy that hath no end - ing, 

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I Was a Wandering Sheep 

(PASTOR BONUS. S. M. D.) 



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'Twas He that washed me in His blood, 'Twas He that made me whole; 
But now I love my Shep-herd's voice, I love, I love the fold. 

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Out of My Bondage, Sorrow and Night 144 

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William T. Sleeper, 18S7 




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Out of my shame-ful fail-ure and loss, Je - sus, I come, 

Out of un - rest and ar - ro-gant pride, Je - sus, I come, 

Out of the fear and dread of the tomb, Je - sus, I come, 

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CALL AND RESPONSE 

145 Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Calling 



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O Jesus, Thou Art Standing 



(ST. HI1,DA. 7,6, 7, 6, D.) 



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Jesus Calls Us, O'er the Tumult 



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from the wor - ship Of the vain world's gold-en store, 

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In mer-cy giv'n; An -gels to beck - on me, Near-er, my God, to Thee, 
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161 O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go 



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Love Divine, All Love Excelling 



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3. Come, Al- might- y to de - liv - er, Let us all Thy life re - ceive; 

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Pray, and praise Thee without ceas-ing, Glo-ry in Thy per - feet love. 

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LOVE AND CONSECRATION 

Take My Life, and Let It Be 



(CEASEIvESS PRAISE. 7, 7. 7, 7, D.) 



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2. Take my voice, and let me sing Al - ways, on - ly for my King; 

3. Take my will, and make it Thine, It shall be no lon-ger mine; 

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Take my sil - ver and my gold. Not a mite would I with -hold; 
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Take my in - tel - lect, and use Ev - 'ry pow'r as Thou shalt choose. 

Take my -self, and I will be Ev - er, on - ly, all for Thee. A-MEN, 

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Just As I Am, Thine Own to Be 

Oust as i am. s. s. 8. 6) 



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1. Just as I am, Thine own to be, Friend of the young who lov- est me, 

2. In the glad morn-ing of my day, My life to give, my vows to pay, 

3. I would live ev - er in the light, I would work ev - er for the right, 

4. Just as I am, young, strong and free. To be the best that I can be 

5. For Thy dear sake to win re-nown, And then to take my vic-tor's crown. 




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With no re -serve and no de - lay, With all my heart I come. 
I would serve Thee with all my might; Therefore, to Thee I come. 
For truth, and righteousness, and Thee, Lord of my life, I come. 
And at Thy feet to cast it down, O Mas -ter. Lord, I come. A 



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Immortal Love, Forever Full 



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4. The heal - ing of His seam-less dress Is by our beds of pain; 

5. Through Him the first fond prayers are said Our lips of child-hood frame, 

6. O Lord, and Mas -ter of us all! What-e'er our name or sign, 
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The last low whis-pers of our dead 
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LOVE AND CONSECRATION 



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O Jesus, I Have Promised 

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Saviour, While My Heart is Tender 178 



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On - ly do Thou guide my way; 
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May Thy grace through life at-tend me. 
Let it know no rev - o - ca - tion. 



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Glad - ly then shall I o - bey. 
Reg - is-tered, con-firmed by Thee. 



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Let me do Thy will, or bear it. 
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Shouldst Thou take my life, or spare it, I that life to Thee re-sign. 
Suf - fer me to leave Thee nev-er. Seal Thine im - age on my heart. 



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179 Tis So Sweet to Walk With Jesus 



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'Tis so safe to walk with Je - sus, 
Step by step I'll walk with Je - sus, 
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Fol -I'wingclose-ly where He leads us. None can hurt and naught can harm. 
Heights I have not wings to soar to, Step by step my feet can climb. 
Step - ping in Thy ver - y foot-prints, Walk-ing with Thee all the way. 

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Singing For Jesus! Praising His Name! 



180 



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Pray - ing to Je 



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bus! low-ly we bow! 

3. Work-ing for Je - sus! striv-ing to save 

4. Rest-ing with Je - sus! la - bor is o'er! 




Weep-ing, our sins we con - fess; 
Chil -dren from sor- row and sin! 
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Lord, Teach Us the Lesson of Loving 



(GIVING. 9. 8. 9. 8, D.) 



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LOVE AND CONSECRATION 



Give of Your Best to the Master 



182 



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2. Give of your best to the Mas - ter, Give Him first place in your heart; 

3. Give of your best to the Mas - ter, Naughtelse is wor-thy His love; 



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Give Him first place in your serv - ice, Con-se-crate ev - 'ry part. 

He gave Him- self for your ran - som; Gave up His glo-ry a - bove. 

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Give, and to you shall be giv - en; God His be-lov-ed Son gave; 
Laid down His life with-out mur-mur, You from sin's ru - in to save; 




Give Him your loy - al de - vo - tion, Give Him the best that you have . 
Grate-ful-ly seek-ing to serve Him, Give Him the best that you have. 
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183 



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I Love to Tell the Story 

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2. I love to tell the sto- ry; More vi^on-der - ful it seems Than all the 

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gold - en fan- cies Of all our gold -en dreams. I love to tell the 

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4. Lord, I would trust Thee in my dy - ing hour; 

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My Jesus, I Love Thee 



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My Jesusy As Thou Wilt 



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C— Safe in - to the ha - ven guide, O re-ceive my soul at 
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C— Spring Thou up with-in my heart. Rise to all e - ter - ni - ty. 




Hide me, O my Sav-iour, hide. Till the storm of life is past; 
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I hate the sins that made Thee mourn. And drove Thee from my 
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3. Sav - iour, lead me, then at last. When the storm of life is 

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stows. Are for all who will trust and o - bey. 

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207 Encamped Along the Hills of Light 



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4. To him that o - ver-comes the foe, 




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tread the road the saints a - bove With shouts of tri-umph trod; By faith they, 

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hel - met on each head. With truth all girt a - bout, The earth shall tremble 
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209 Faith of Our Fathers! Living Still 



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If they, like them, should die for thee: Faith of our 

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Stand Fast For Christ Thy Saviour 210 



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Stand fast for Christ thy Sav - iour! 

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That stands the storm and shock, 
Who nev - er leaves the fight. 
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Standfast in Christ! Stand fast in Christ! Stand faithful to the last. 

Stand fast for Christ! Stand fast for Christ! Stand faithful to the last. 

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Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus 



(STAND UP FOR JESUS. 7, 6. 7. 6, D.) 



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Stand up, stand up, for Je - sus! The trumpet call o - bey! Forth to the might-y 

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pieceputon with prayer ;Whereduty calls, or dan - ger. Be nev-er want-ing there! 
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Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus 



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Onward, Christian Soldiers 



(ST. GERTRUDE. 6, 5, 6, 5. D. With Refrain) 



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2. Like a might-y ar - my Moves the Church of God; Brothers, we are tread-ing 

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Where the saints have trod; We are not di - vid - ed, All one bod - y we, 
Con - stant will re - main; Gates of hell can nev - er 'Gainst that Church prevail; 
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We have Christ's own promise, And that cannot fail. 

This thro' countless a - ges. Men and an-gels sing. 

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2. Je - sus, Lord and Mas-ter, At Thy sa-cred feet. Here with heart's rejoicing 

3. All our days di-rect us In the way we go. Lead us on vic-to-rious 

4. Then with saints and angels May we join a-bove, Of-f ring prayers andjpraises 
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See Thy chil-dren meet: Of - ten have we left Thee, Of - ten gone a- stray; 
O - verev-'ry foe. Bid Thine an-gels shield us, When the storm-clouds lower; 
At Thy throne of love; When the toil is o - ver. Then come rest and peace, 



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, Lord, and save us In the last dread hour. 

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215 The Son of God Goes Forth to War 



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A king - ly crown to gain; 

Could pierce be-yond the grave, 

On whom the Spir - it came. 

The ma - tron and the maid. 



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He prayed for them that did the wrong: Who fol -lows in his train? 
They bowed their necks the death to feel : Who fol - lows in their train? 
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Who is On the Lord's Side 



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2. Not for weight of glo - ry, Not for crown or palm En - ter we the ar - my, 
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Raise the war-rior psalm; But for love that claim -eth Lives for whom He died: 
For Thy di - a - dem: With Thy bless-ing fill - ing Each who comes to Thee, 
None can o - ver-throw : Round His standards rang-ing Vic- fry is se -cure. 



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He whom Je- sus nam -eth Must be on His side. By Thy love constraining. 
Thou hast made us will -ing, Thou hast made us free. By Thy grand redemption, 
For His truth un-chang-ing Makesthe tri-umph sure. Joy-ful-ly en-list-ing. 



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COURAGE AND LOYALTY 

Forward! Be Our Watchword 



(FORWARD. 6. 5. 6. 5, D. 12 lyines) 



Henry Alford. 



C. G. Stanger, 1919 




1. Forward! be our watchword, Steps and voi-ces joined; Seek the things be-fore us, 

2. Forward, when in child-hood Buds the in-fantmind; All through youth and manhood, 

3. Forward, flock of Je - sus, Salt of all the earth; Till each yearning pur -pose 

4. Glo-ries up- on glo-ries Hath our God pre-pared, By the souls that love Him 




Not a look be -hind. Burns the fi - ery pil - lar At our ar-my'shead; 

Not a thoughtbe-hind: Speed through realms of na-ture, Climb the steps of grace; 

Spring to glorious birth: Sick, they ask for heal - ing. Blind, they grope for day. 

One day to be shared; Eye hath not be -held them. Ear hath nev - er heard; 

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Whoshalldreamof shrinking, By our Cap - tain led? Forward, through the deserr. 
Faint not, till in glo - ry Gleams our Father's face. Forward, all the life -time, 
Pour up - on the na - tions Wisdom's lov-ing ray. Forward, out of er - ror. 
Nor of these hath ut - tered Thought or speech a word. Forward, marching eastward 




Through the toil and fight! Jor-dan flows be - fore us, Zi - on beams with light. 
Climbfromheighttoheight, Till the head be hoar-y. Till the eve be light. 
Leave be-hind the night; Forward through the darkness, Forward, in-to light! 
Where the heav'n is bright. Till the veil be lift-ed, Till our faith be sight. Amen. 



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COURAGE AND LOYALTY 

Marching With the Heroes 

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Strong the weak to save, War- riors all and free- men, Fight-ing for the slave. 
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Soldiers of Christ, Arise 



(DIADEMATA. S. M. D.) 



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Lead On, O King Eternal 



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O King E - ter - nal, 
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And Ho - li - ness shall whis - per The sweet A - men of peace; 

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Sound the Battle Cry 



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223 Courage, Brother, Do Not Stumble 



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One the con - flict, one the per - il, One the march in God be - gun; 
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Where the One Al-might-y Fa-ther Reigns in love for - ev - er - more. 
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225 Striving Onward, Pressing Forward 

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Hark to the Sound of Voices 



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2. Run the straight race thro' God's good grace; Lift up thine eyes, and seek His face; 

3. Cast care a - side, up - on thy Guide Lean, and His mer - cy will pro-vide; 

4. Faint not nor fear, His arms are near, He chang-eth not and thou art dear; 




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Life with its way be-fore us lies, Christ is the path, and Christ the prize. 

Lean, and the trusting soul shall prove Christ is its life, and Christ its love. 

On - ly be-lieve, and thou Shalt see That Christ is all in all to thee. A-MEN. 



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235 



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sur - er Peace at last to gain; Suf-f 'ring still and do - ing, To His 

near - er Ris - ing to the light, — Light se-rene and ho - ly. Where my 

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2. Thou whose touch could heal the lep - er, Make the blind to 

3. Thou whose word could still the tem -pest, Calm the rag - ing 

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Keep thy-self pure! Thrice bless-ed he Whose heart from taint of sin is free: 
Keepthy-self pure! For He who died, Him -self for thy sake sane - ti - fied: 
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1 O Jesus, Prince of life and truth, 

Beneath Thy banner bright, 
We dedicate our strength and youth 

To battle for the right; 
We give our lives with glad intent 

To serve the world and Thee, 
To die, to suffer and be spent 

To set our brothers free. 



2 In serried ranks, with fearless tread, 

O Captain of us all, 
Thy glory on our banners shed. 

We answer" to Thy call; 
And where the fiercest battles press 

Against the hosts of sin, 
To rescue those in dire distress 

We gladly enter in. 

3 Jesus, once a Nazareth boy, 

And tempted like as we. 
All inward foes help us destroy 

And spotless all to be. 
We trust Thee for the grace to win 

The high, victorious goal. 
Where purity shall conquer sin 

In Christlike self-control. —Anonymous 

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At Length There Dawns the Glorious Day 244 



(AIvI, SAINTS. C. M. D.) 



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Rescue the Perishing 

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246 



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3. Some word of hope for hearts Bur-dened with fears, Some balm of peace for eyes 

4. Thus, in Thy serv-ice. Lord, Till e - ven - tide Clos - es the day of life, 
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Brightened with song; Some deeds of kindness done. Some souls by pa-tience won, 
Blind - ed with tears. Some dews of mer -cy shed. Some wayward footsteps led. 
May we a - bide; Andwhenearth'slaborscease, Bid us de - part in peace, 

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3. O fill me with Thy fuU-ness, Lord, Un - til my ver - y heart o'er-flow 

4. O use me. Lord, use e- ven me, Just as Thou wilt, and when and where; 



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3. From ten-der childhood's help-less-ness, From woman's grief, man's burdened toil, 

4. The cup of wa - ter giv'n for Thee Still holds the fresh-ness of Thy grace; 

5. Mas-ter, from the moun-tain side. Make haste to heal these hearts of pain, 

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From paths where hide the lures of greed. We catch the vi-sion of Thy tears. 

From famished souls, from sorrow 'sstress, Thy heart has never known recoil. 

Yet long these mul-ti-tudes to see The sweet compassion of Thy face. 

A - mong these restless throngs abide, O tread the cit - y's streets a-gain. 

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252 It May Not Be On the Mountain's Height 



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My voice shall ech - o the mes-sage sweet, I'll say what you want me to say. 
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In work thatkeeps faith sweetand strong, In trust that triumphsover wrong. 

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256 Lord Jesus Christ, For Love of Thee 



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2. Lord Je - sus Christ! For love of Thee, With the same grace in - spir - 

3. Lord Je - sus Christ! For love of Thee, With that same grace sus -tain - 

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We take Thy ban - ner from their hands, To high - er deeds as - pir - ing; 
Be - hind us march our ea - ger sons. Each tempting truce dis - dain - ing; 
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Thee with flash -ing eyes they move. Thy fu - ture glo - ry hail - ing, 

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Grant us our fa-ther's bless- ing still. To see Thy Cross pre -vail-ing. 
O let them win the gold-en dream, And see Thy Cross pre -vail-ing. 
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2. Wid- er grows the Kingdom, Reign of love and light; For it we must la - bor 

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Give all Thy sav - ing health. 


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Till, one by one, they fell a - sleep. To work and sleep no more. 

That children's chil-dren here may sing The songs of lib - er - ty. 

Till all the civ - ic vir- tues shine A - round our cit - y's name. 

Un - til this cit - y is be -come The cit - y of our Lord. A -men. 



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The Wise May Bring Their Learning 261 



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262 



A Mighty Fortress is Our God 



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Dost ask who that may be? Christ Je-sus, it is He; 
The prince of darkness grim, We trem-ble not for him; 
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Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken 263 



(AUSTRIA. S. 7.8. 7, D.) 



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3. Round each hab - i - ta - tion hov-'ring, See the cloud and fire ap - pear 

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Well sup -ply thy sons and daughters. And all fear of want re - move: 

For a glo - ry and a cov-'ring, Show -ing that the Lord is near. 

Let the world de - ride or pit - y, I will glo - ry in Thy name: 



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Safe they feed up - on the man-na Which He gives them when they pray. 

Sol - id joys and last -ing treas-ure None but Zi - on's chil-dren know. A-MEN. 



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264 



The Church's One Foundation 



Samuel J. Stone, 1866 



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I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord 



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From Ocean Unto Ocean 



Robert Murray, 1882 



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Thy - self in us re - veal; 
Pro - claim Thy gos - pel day. 
Thy love and light to show, 




Our prair-ies and our moun- tains, 
That we may know. Lord Je - sus. 
Till all the tribes and ra - ces 
Till, fired with true de - vo - tion 



Our for - ests and each field, 

The touch of Thy dear hand. 

That dwell in this fair land. 

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From o - cean un - to o - cean Our land shall own Thee Lord. A-men 

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269 



Hark, the Voice of Jesus Crying 



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Of -f 'ring life and peace to all; 
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If You Cannot On the Ocean 



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271 



O Lord, Thy Benediction Give 



John Armstrong, 1847 



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Fling Out the Banner 



George W. Doane 



(WAI^THAM. I^. M.) 



John B. Calkin 




Fling out the ban-ner! let it float Sky-ward and sea-ward, high and wide; 
Fling out the ban-ner! hea-then lands Shall see from far the glo-rious sight. 
Fling out the ban-ner! sin -sick souls That sink and per - ish in the strife. 
Fling out the ban-ner! let it float Sky-ward and sea-ward, high and wide. 
Fling out the ban-ner! wide and high. Sea-ward and sky-ward, let it shine: 
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Shall touch in faith its ra-dianthem. And spring im-mor- tal in - to life. 

Our glo - ry, on - ly in the cross; Our on - ly hope, the Cru-ci-fied! 

Nor skill, nor might, nor mer-it ours; We con-quer on - ly in that sign. A-men. 



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Jesus Shall Reign 

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274 O Zion, Haste, Thy Mission High Fulfilling 

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2. Be -hold, how man - y thousands still are ly - ing, Bound in the dark-some 

3. Pro-claim to ev - 'ry peo-ple, tongue, and na - tion That God, in whom they 

4. Give of thy sons to bear the mes-sage glo- rious; Give of thy wealth to 

5. He comes a - gain. O Zi - on, ere Thou meet Him, Make known to ev - 'ry 

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pris - on-house of sin. With none to tell them of the Sav-iour's dy - 
live and move, is Love; Tell how He stooped to save His lost ere - a - 
speed them on their way; Pour out thy soul for them in prayer vie - to - 
heart His sav - ing grace; Let none whom He hath ransomed fail to greet 



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And all thou spend -est Je - sus will re- pay. 

Through thy neg-lect, un - fit to see His face. 



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Hail to the Brightness 

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Loud from the moun - tain - tops ech - oes are ring - ing, 

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276 WeVe a Story to Tell to the Nations 



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lift their hearts to the Lord; A song that shall con - quer e - vil 

Lord who reign - eth a - hove. Hath sent us His Son to save us, 

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And show us that God is love, And show us that God is love. 

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We Have Heard the Joyful Sound 277 



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278 



The Morning Light is Breaking 



Samuel F. Smith. 1832 



(WEBB. 7, 6, 7, 6, D.) 



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3. See hea - then na - tions bend - ing Be - fore 

4. Blest riv - er of sal - va - tion, Pur - sue 



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And thou - sand hearts as - cend 
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A - bun-dant an - swer brings; 
The gos - pel call o - bey, 
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From Greenland's Icy Mountains 



279 



(MISSIONARY HYMN. 7, 6, 7, 6, D.) 



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The Whole Wide World for Jesus 



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3. To bring good news to souls in sin; The bruised and broken hearts to win; 

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Send such Thy lost ones home to bring; SendthemwhereThou wiltcome. 
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O God of Love, O King of Peace 283 



Henry W. Baker, 1868 



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Re-mem-ber, Lord, Thy worksof old. The won- ders that our fa - thers told; 
Whomshall we trust but Thee, O Lord? Where rest but on Thy faith-ful word? 
Wheresaintsandangelsdwell a- bove. All hearts are knit in ho - ly love; 




The wrath of sin - ful man re-strain;Givepeace, OGod, givepeaceagain. 
Re-mem-ber notour sin's dark stain;Givepeace, OGod, givepeaceagain. 
None ev - er called on Thee in vain; Givepeace, OGod, givepeaceagain. 
O bind us in that heav'nlychain;Givepeace, OGod, givepeaceagain. A -MEN. 

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2. They shall be gen -tie, brave and strong To spill no drop of blood, but dare 

3. Na - tion with na-tion, land with land, Un-armed shall live as com-rades free; 

4. New arts shall bloom of loft -ier mould, And might-ier mu - sic thrill the skies, 

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All that may plantman'slordship firm On earth, and fire, and sea, and air. 

In ev-'ry heart and brain shall throb The pulse of one fra-ter-ni - ty. 

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And where their pilgrimfeethave trod. The God they trusted guards their graves. 
Till these e-ter- nal hills re-move, And spring adorns the earth no more. A-men. 



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3. He hassound-ed forth the trump -et that shall nev - er call re - treat; 

4. In the beau - ty of the lil - ies Christ was born a - cross the sea, 

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1 From age to age they gather, all the brave of heart and strong, 
In the strife of truth with error, of the right against the wrong; 
I can see their gleaming banner, I can hear their triumph-song: 

The truth is marching on! Refrain: Glory! glory! Hallelujah! 



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2 "In this sign we conquer;" 'tis the symbol of our faith. 
Made holy by the might of love triumphant over death; 

"He finds his life who loseth it," forevermore it saith: 
The right is marching on! Refrain. 

3 The earth is circling onward out of shadow into light; 

The stars keep watch above our way, however dark the night; 
For every martyr's stripe there glows a bar of morning bright; 
And love is marching on! Refrain. 



4 Lead on, O cross of martyr faith, with thee is victory; 

Shine forth, O stars and reddening dawn, the full day yet shall be; 
On earth His kingdom cometh, and with joy our eyes shall see. 
Our God is marching on! Refrain. 

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My Country! 'Tis of Thee 

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sing: Long may our land be bright With free-dom's ho - ly light; 



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God bless our native land. 
Firm may she ever stand, 

Through storm and night; 
When the wild tempests rave, 
Ruler of wind and wave. 
Do Thou our country save 

By Thy great might. 



2 For her our prayers shall rise 
To God, above the skies; 

On Him we wait; 
Thou who art ever nigh. 
Guiding with watchful eye. 
To Thee aloud we cry, 

God save the state. 

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3. O beau - ti - ful for he - roes, proved In lib - er - at - ing strife, 

4. O beau - ti - ful for pa - triot dream That sees be - yond the years 




For pur - pie moun-tain maj - es - ties A - bove the fruit -ed 

A thor-ough-fare for free - dom beat A - cross the wil - der 

Who more than self their coun - try loved. And mer - cy more than 

Thine al - a - bas - ter cit - ies gleam Un-dimmed by hu - man 



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broth -er - ly kind-ness, E - qual in lib - er - ty, made of one blood! 
ju - bi-lant mil-lions, Hail - ing the day when all discords are hushed! 
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2. Thy love di - vine hath led us in the past, 

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HARVEST AND THANKSGIVING 



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liv - ing streams shall rise; For the sad and sin - ful shall His grace a -bound; 
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For the faint and fee - ble perfect strength be found. 

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302 Ring Out, Wild Bells, to the Wild Sky 



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2. Ring out the old, ring in the new, 

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5. Ring out old shapes of foul dis-ease, 

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Ring, hap- py bells, a -cross the snow: 
For those that here we see no more; 
The civ - ic slan-der and the spite; 
Ring out the nar-r'wing lust of gold; 
The lar - ger heart, the kind-lier hand ; 




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the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let 
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the thou-sand years of peace, 
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303 Come With Hearts Rejoicing On This Happy Day 



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2. Ar-mor bright and shining, breast-plate triedand true, Hel -met of sal-va - tion, 

3. See the prize be-fore us— im - mor-tal - i - ty, For- ward ev - er press-ing. 



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- sus walk-ing close be - side you, While the hours are go - ing by, 
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From un - seen and o - pen foes. 



And with song of joy we meet you 
Will with ho - ly coun-sels guide you. 
But will gra-cious - ly re - ceive you. 
And the pow'rsof heav'n de - fend you 

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3. For coun -try, home and na-tive land. For no - ble lives not lived in vain. For 




here we come with gratefullove To praise the children's King. While summer flow'rs their 
brooks that course thro' meadows green, And bless thefruitfulland, For founts of knowledge 
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vir-tue's rule And freedom's shelt'ring wing, For lib -er-ty's en - cir-cling light. 



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Far Above in Highest Heaven 

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Je-sus is the chil-dren's King. 
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2. God bless the home, where dai - ly 

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Hark, hark, my soul! an - gel - ic songs are swell-ing O'er earth's green fields, and 
Far, far a - way, like bells at eve-ning peal- ing, The voice of Je - sus 
On -ward we go, for still we hear them sing-ing, "Come, wear-y souls, for 
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sounds o'er land and sea, And la - den souls by thou-sands meek-ly steal -ing, 
Je - sus bids you come;" And through the dark, its ech -oes sweet-ly ring-ing, 
of the songs a -bove; Till morn-ing's joy shall end the night of weep-ing, 

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But thine is still a bless-ed sleep, From which none ev-er wakes to weep. 




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Pur - sues his jour-ney 

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In - to the o - cean 

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For All the Saints 



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But a bless -ed day is com - ing. When His glo - ry shall be seen. 
When the crook-ed ways are straightened, And the dark things shall be plain. 
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Prepared by 
the Rev. OTTO MAYER, A. M. 



Copyright, 1921, by 

Eden Pdbli.shing House 

St. Louis Chicago 



Zhc Qx^cte of TPdlorsbfp an^ ZTbeir Tllse 

THE ELMHURST HYMNAL would be incomplete without this final section of 
Orders of Worship. In our Sunday-schools to-day an increasing emphasis is 
being laid on training in worship. Dignified and impressive services of worship are 
taking the place of the outworn "opening exercises, " which were marked by the 
hurried and hap-hazard selection of hymns, the sounding of signal bells, the arrival of 
late comers, etc. What is needed are services of worship marked by the very same 
spirit of reverence found in our beautiful church services for adults, but adapted to 
the needs, interests, and capacities of our Sunday-school pupils. Hymns, Scripture 
readings, prayers, stories or talks should be carefully selected and unified in each 
service with a definite aim toward obtaining the proper response from the worshipers. 
True worship is fellowship with God, and if properly planned a period of worship will 
aid greatly in Christian character building. In the presence of God the worshiper 
forms new purposes, motives, and seeks to bring his life into harmony with the will of 
the Father. He finds forgiveness and inward peace; he consecrates himself anew to 
tasks in the service of the Master. 

The reader will notice at a glance that the titles and sub-titles of the Orders of 
Worship refer to the topical arrangement of the hymns, and that a special order is 
planned for each group of hymns. Order number two, "Our Father's Love and Care— 
The Good Shepherd," for example, is designed to be used with hymns numbers 44 to 
49 and 121 to 131. The Responsive Readings at the end of the book also are arranged 
in the sequence of the hymn topics and the Orders of Worship. This allows for a 
change in hymns and alternate or additional Scripture readings, while the main 
structure of the service may remain. The orders, therefore, are designed as models 
and as outlines for worship programs based on some central and unifying theme 
suggested by the topical headings of the hymns, such as, for example, "Trust in the 
Love and Care of the Father. " The orders then are not to be used once only on some 
special occasion; but whenever and wherever the hymn book is used for training in 
worship. These orders are the Manual of Method for the use of the worship material 
in the Elmhurst Hymnal. It is planned that the form of the worship under each topic 
shall be more or less fixed, but that the elements may be changed or elaborated to 
suit local conditions. It is believed such an aid will be welcomed by pastors, 
superintendents, teachers, and older pupils. 

Leaders will find it of great value to plan for a series of services covering a given 
topic. The use of one order of worship with change of hymns. Scripture readings, 
etc., makes it possible to plan for this very easily. It is well for an assembly to become 
acquainted with the order of exercises in a given service to fully appreciate the 
worship material. Orders for special days, such as Rally Day, National Holidays, as 
well as for the great festivals of the Christian church, such as Christmas, Easter, 
Reformation Day, etc., have been included. Many of these special orders may easily 
be adapted for use in a combined service of school and congregation. 



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The orders will be found to include material for worship which is of abiding 
value. Some of the choicest Psalms are found in the body of the orders. Many of 
them may be used as unison selections, others may be read responsively. An unusually 
large number of selections have been included from the new Testament in the text of 
the American Revised Version. Most of the prose selections may be read by the 
leader, others in unison, but never should the prose be read responsively. Many of 
the choicest prayers, ancient and modern, are included. Special acknowledgment is 
due the Pilgrim Press for permission to reprint prayers of Walter Rauschenbusch. 

A place has been provided in each order for a "Talk, or Other Special Contribution. " 
Such Talk should always be very brief, straight forward, and to the point, and should 
lend unity to the entire service. A great deal can be done in five minutes. Topics 
will often suggest themselves through the lesson material or the hymns or 
Scripture selections. The leader will usually take this task upon himself. But this 
hymn book is primarily designed for the large group of young people in our Sunday- 
schools and churches, and since training in worship is best accomplished through actual 
participation therein, the young people should be encouraged to lead their own 
department or class worship assemblies. In such cases a class or one of its members 
may be made responsible for this number. Often the reading of a brief essay, or a 
short debate may take the place of a talk. The book will be found of great help in 
meetings of young people's societies. In services of worship for the younger children 
a story will usually have a place in the order. 

Closing exercises have not been included. Schools which meet in assembly 
again following the lesson period, may easily dismiss with an appropriate hymn and 
benediction. It is best to arrange for one period distinctly reserved for a service of 
worship, and perhaps omit the usual closing exercises, and thus lengthen the teaching 
period. 

Otto Mayer 



Bchnowle&flmentg 

The Bible Text generally used in the Orders of Worship and Responsive Readings 
in this Hymnal, is taken from the American Standard Version of the Revised Bible, 
copyright, 1901, by Thomas Nelson & Sons, and is used by permission. 

The Prayers by Walter Rauschenbusch are taken from "Prayers of the Social 
Awakening," by the same author, and are copyright property of the Pilgrim Press. 
They are used by permission. 



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Page 
I. Praise and Worship 7 

11. Our Father's Love and Care 10 

The Good Shepherd 

III. God in Nature ;..'...•. 14 

IV. The Christ Child .■-. . . . IV 

Christmas ■■■'■: 

. V. The Life of Jesus ' . ,.' .... 20 

VI. The Man of Sorrows 23 

Lent 

. VII. The Risen Christ ■ 26 

Easter 

VIII. The Word of God ..;,;• . 29 

Reformation Day 

IX. The Call and Response 33 

1 A Life Enhstment Service .,. , , . 

X. Faith and Trust 37 

XI. Courage and Loyalty 40 

Confirmation 

XII. Purity and Self-control 43 

XIII. Christian Service and Brotherhood, 1 45 

Advent 

XIV. Christian Service and Brotherhood, 11 48 

The Church and Home Missions 

XV. Christian Service and Brotherhood, TIT 51 

World Missions 

XVL Our Country 55 

Patriotic 

XVII. Harvest and Thanksgiving 59 

XVIII. Rally Day - Promotion 62 



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Apostles' Creed 72 

Beatitudes 21 

Benedictions 9, 13, 1<), 25, 32, 36, 42, 44, 65 

Comraandnu'iits 3u 

Dismissal Hymns: 

Father Almighty, Bless Us 50 

Now May He Who From the Dead 28 

Thy Blessing, O Lord 39 

Doxologies: 

Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow . 7 

Be Thou, O God, Exalted High 33 

From All That Dwell Below the Skies 51 

Eternal are Thy Mercies, Lord 54 

Gloria Patri 14 

Lord's Prayer 8 

Lord's Prayer Chant 13 

Offertory Hymn 73 

Prayers, Opening and Closing 73 

Psalms {In Orders of Worship) 

Psalm 1 43 

8 8 

19, 1-6 16 

23 38 

27 41 

46, 1-7 29 

67 51 

96 46 

" 100 60 

Responsive Readings 66-72 

Sentences and Responses after Prayer: 

Hear, Lord, Our Humble Supplication 24 

Hear Then in Love, O Lord, Our Prayer 42 

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord of Hosts 16 

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts 44 

O Thou Who Hearest Every Heartfelt Prayer 36 

O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness 40 

We Praise Thee, O God 55 

Salute to the Christian Flag 53 

Salute to the National Flag 57 

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General ®r^er of IKIlorebip 

(Let one thought pervade the entire service. With the help of the Index of Subjects, select hymns 

appropriate to the lesson, occasion, or season. Use also the " Aids to Worship," found in the 

following Orders of Worship. The parts in brackets may be omitted.) 

Opening 

[Brief Instrumental Prelude] (which may be the tune of the first hymn). 
The doors are closed, and the School comes to attention. 
When the Superintendent rises, the School rises reverently. 

Opening Sentences These may be selected from the Orders of Worship. 
Hymn Select one from numbers 1 to 18, 33 to 43, or others appropriate for the beginning 
of worship. 

Prayer op Invocation, closing with 

The Lord's Prayer in unison. 

[Response to Prayer] 

The School is seated, and doors are opened to those who have come late. A chord 
may then be struck on the piano for silence. 

Hymn 

[Prayer] which may be followed by the 

[Apostles' Creed in unison'] 

[Gloria Patri] 

Scripture Reading This may be a selection by the Superintendent, or a Responsive 

Reading from the following pages, or the lesson of the day. read responsively; or. 

a Memory Psalm, or the Ten Commandments may be read in unison. 

Hymn Select one appropriate to the lesson. 

[Story, Talk, or Special Exercise] 

[Announcements] 

Offering, followed by 

Offertory Hymn 

[Benediction] (if the school does not reassemble for closing exercises) 

Lesson Period 

Closing 

Hymn 

(^Supplemental Lesson] (if any) 

Closing Words by Superintendent. Pastor, or Other Person 

Report of Attendance, Offering, etc. 

Other Announcements 

Hymn 

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Benediction ' ^ 

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Call to Morsbtp ant) IResponses 

{Select iVo. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: The Lord is in His holy temple; 

Let all the earth keep silence before Him. 

2. Leader: O thou, whosoever thou art that entereth this house, be silent, 

be thoughtful, be reverent; for this is tlie house of (4od, And 
leave it not without a prayer to God for thyself, for those who 
minister, and for those who worship here. 

3. Leader: O give thanks unto the Lord, for He is good; for His mercy 

endureth forever. 

Assembly: O that men would praise the Lord for His goodness, 
AND FOR His wonderful works to the children or men! 

Leader: O come, let us sing unto the Lord! 

Assembly: Let us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our sal- 
vation. 

In Unison: Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving. 

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Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow 



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PRAISE AND WORSHIP 

IPraper {By the Leader) 

Lord, our God, great, eternal, wonderful in glory, who keepest covenants 
and promises for those that love Thee with their whole heart; who art the 
Life of all, the Help of those that flee unto Thee, the Hope of those who 
cry unto Thee; cleanse us from our sins, secret and open, and from every 
thought displeasing to Thy goodness, — cleanse our bodies and souls, our 
hearts and consciences, that with a pure heart and a clear soul, with per- 
fect love and calm hope, we may venture confidently and fearlessly to pray 
unto Thee. Amen. St. Basil 

In Unison: Our Father who art in heaven. 
Hallowed he Thy name. 
Thy kingdom come; 

Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven. 
Give us this day our daily bread. 
And forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. 
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. 
For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen. 

IHpmn The Earth is Hushed in Silence, No. 16 

(Or another selected from Nos. 1 to 18. ) 

"Clnison psalm 

O Lord, our Lord, 

How excellent is Thy name in all the earth! 

When I consider Thy heavens, the work of Thy fingers. 

The moon and the stars, which Thou hast ordained ; 

What is man, that Thou art mindful of him ? 

A nd the son of man, that Thou visitest him ? 

For Thou hast made him but little lower than the angels. 

And hast crowned him with glory and honor. 

Thou modest him to have dominion over the works of Thy hands : 

Thou hast put all things under his feet : 

All sheep and oxen. 

Yea, and the beasts of the field ; 

The fowl of the air, and the fish of the sea. 

And whatsover passeth through the paths of the seas. 

O Lord, our Lord, 

How excellent is Thy name in all the earth! Psalm 8. 

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Scripture IReaMnO Psalm 98 or Psalm 145 

IHgnin Let Us with a Gladsome Mind (Tune, "Innocents," No. 6) 

1. Let us with a gladsome mind 
Praise the Lord, for He is kind; 
For His mercies shall endure, 
Ever faithful, ever sure. 

2. He, with all-commanding might, 
Filled the new-made world with light; 
For His mercies shall endure, 

Ever faithful, ever sure. 

3. All things living He doth feed, 
His full hand supplies their need; 
For His mercies shall endure, 

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or think, according to the power that worketh in us; unto Him be glory in 
the Church by Christ Jesus, throughout all ages, world without end. Amen. 

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THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

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Call to TKIlorsbip anD IResponses 

{Select JSTo. 1, 2, or 3) 
1. Lbadbr: The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlast- 
ing arms. 

Leader: The eyes of all wait upon Thee; and Thou givest them their meat 

in due season. 
Thou openest Thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing. 

Leader: How excellent is Thy loving-kindness, O God! Therefore the 
children of men put their trust under the shadow of Thy wings. 

Assembly: They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness 
OF Thy house; and Thou shalt make them drink of the river 
OF Thy pleasures. 

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the light. 



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The Lord is Thy Keeper 

In Unison: / will lift up mine eyes unto the hills: 
From whence cometh my help? 

My help cometh from the Lord, 
Who made heaven and earth. 

He will not suffer thy foot to he moved: 
He that J^eepeth thee will not slumber. 

Behold, He that k^epeth Israel 
Will neither slumber nor sleep. 

The Lord is thy keeper: 

The Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. . 

The sun shall not smite thee by day. 
Nor the moon by night. 

The Lord will k^ep thee from all evil: 
He will k^ep thy soul. 

The Lord will keep thy going out and thy coming in 
From this time forth and for evermore. Psaim 121 

IH^mn The Lord is My Shepherd (Tune, "Poland, " No. 125) 

1. The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know; 

I feed in green pasture, safe folded I rest; 
He leadeth my soul where the still waters flow, 
II : Restores me when wandering, redeems when oppressed. :jl 

2. Through the valley and shadow of death though I stray, 

Since Thou art my Guardian, no evil I fear; 
Thy rod shall defend me. Thy staff be ray stay; 
II : No harm can befall, with my Comforter near. : II 

3. In the midst of afiliction my table is spread; 

With blessings unmeasured my cup runneth o'er; 
With perfume and oil Thou anointest my head; 
II: Oh, what shall I ask of Thy providence more?:|| 

4. Let goodness and mercy, my bountiful God, 

Still follow my steps till I meet Thee above. 
I seek by the path which my forefathers trod, 
II : Through the land of their so-journ, Thy kingdom of love.rji 

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carest for him alone; and so for all, as if all were but one! Blessed is the 
man who loveth Thee, and his friend in Thee, and his enemy for Thee. I be- 
hold how some things pass away that others may replace them, but Thou 
dost never depart. O God, my Father, supremely good. Beauty of all things 
beautiful, to Thee will I intrust whatsoever I have received from Thee, and so 
shall I lose nothing. Thou madest me for Thyself, and my heart is restless 
until it repose in Thee. A men. St. Augustine 



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IpreluDe 

Call to TKIlorsbip an& IResponses 

{Select No. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts, 

The whole earth is full of His glory. 

2. Leader: Bless the Lord, O my soul. O Lord, my God, Thou art very 

great; Thou art clothed with honor and majesty. 

3. Leader: Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; and His greatness 

is unsearchable. 

Assembly: I wii,l speak of the glorious honor of Thy majesty, 
AND OF Thy wondrous works. 

Ifnvocation 

Almighty God, who hast given us grace at this time with one accord to 
make our common supplications unto Thee; and dost promise that when 
two or three are gathered together in Thy name Thou wilt grant their 
requests; Fullill now, O Lord, the desires and petitions of Thy servants, 
as may be most expedient for them; granting us in this world knowledge 
of Thy truth, and in the world to come life everlasting. Amen. 

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Leader: The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth 

His handiwork. 
Assembly: Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night 

showeth knowledge. 
Leader: There is no speech nor language; their voice is not heard. Their 

line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end 

of the world. 
Assembly: In them hath He set a tabernacle for the sun, which 

IS as a bridegroom coming out of his chamber, and rejoiceth 

AS A strong man TO RUN HIS COURSE. 

In Unison: His going forth is from the end of the heavens, and His circuit unto 
the ends of it : and there is nothing hid from the heat thereof 

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Leader: Give ear to my words, O Lord; consider my meditation. 

Assembly: Hearken unto the voice op my cry, my King and my God: 
FOR unto Thee will I pray. 

IPra^er 

In Unison: Our Heavenly Father, Thine is the beauty of this fair and friendly 
day. May all that is beautiful remind us of Thee, the Infinite Beauty! 
May all that is good remind us of Thee, the Perfect Goodness! May all 
that is true lead us to Thee, the Source of all truth! Breathe Thy loving 
Spirit on us all, and mal^e Thy morning shine within our hearts as in the 
skies above. Help us to make more beautiful Thy day. Amen. 

William and Mary Gannett 

IHl^mn Praise the Lord: Ye Heavens, Adore Him, No, 36 

Ualft 

Ibpmn We Plough the Fields, No. 296 
Bene&ictton 

In Unison: Let the words of my mouth, and the meditations of my heart, be accept' 
- ; able in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer. ■ A-men. 

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CHRISTMAS 



prelu&c 



Call to Morsbip an& IResponses 

{SeUct No. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: Glorj' to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good-will 

toward men. 

2. Leader: Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to 

all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a 
Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. 

3. Leader: Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is 

risen upon thee. The people that walked in darkness have seen a 
great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, up- 
on them hath the light shined. 

Assembly: For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given; 
and the government shall be upon His shoulder: and His 

NAME shall be CALLED WoNDERFUL, COUNSELLOR, TlIE MiGHTY 

God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. 

Unvocation 

Come Thou, dear Prince, O come to us this holy Christmas time! Come to 
the busy marts on earth, the quiet homes, the noisy streets, the humble 
lanes; come to us all, and with Thy love touch every human heart, that we 
may know that love, and in its blessed peace bear charity to all mankind. 

Amen. Eugene Field 

IHpmn Holy Night! Peaceful Night No. 73 -^ 

1. Holy night, peaceful night, 3. Silent night, holiest night. 
All is dark, save the light Guiding Star, lend thy light! 
Yonder where they sweet vigil keep See the eastern wise men bring 
O'er the Babe, who in silent sleep Gifts and homage to our King, 
Rests in heavenly peace, Christ the Saviour is here, 
Rests in heavenly peace. Jesus the Saviour is here. 

2. Silent night, holiest night, 4. Silent night, holiest night. 
Darkness flies, all is light; Wondrous Star, lend thy light! 
Shepherds hear the angels sing: With the angels let us sing 
"Alleluia! hail the King, Alleluia to our King, 

Christ the Saviour is here, Christ the Saviour is here, 

Jesus the Saviour is here." Jesus the Saviour is here. 



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THE CHRIST CHILD 

Scripture 1Rea&inG Luke 2: 9-20 

IHl^mn While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks 

(Tune, "Christmas," No. 10) 

1. While shepherds watched their flocks by night, 

All seated on the ground, 
The angel of the Lord came down, 
And glory shone around. 

2. Fear not," he said, — for mighty dread 

Had seized their troubled mind, — 
Glad tidings of great joy I bring 
To you and all mankind. 

3. "To you, in David's town, this day, 

Is born of David's line. 
The Saviour, who is Christ the Lord, 
And this shall be the sign: 

4. The heavenly Babe you there shall find 

To human view displayed, 
All meanly wrapped in swathing bands, 
And in a manger laid." 

5. Thus spake the seraph — and forthwith 

Appeared a shining throng 
Of angels, praising God, who thus 
Addressed their joyful song: 

6. "All glory be to God on high, 

And to the earth be peace; 
Good-will henceforth from heaven to men 
Begin, and never cease!" 

Nahum Tate, 1703 

Scripture IReaDing Matthew 2: i-ii , 
IPraiger 

In Unison: Grant unto us, we pray Thee, O Lord our God, that we, who to-day 
rejoice to ^eep the festival of the Birth of Jesus Christ our Lord, may by 
walking worthily in His sight gain that true fellowship with Him and with 
Thee, that shall enable us. Thy children, to spread peace, good-will, and joy 
to all mankind, that Thy Kingdom of Love may come, through the gift of 
Thy Son, our Saviour and our Lord. Selected 

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O holy Child of Bethlehem, 
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Cast out our sin, and enter in; 
Be born in us to-day. 

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Benediction (By the Leader) 



We hear the Christmas angels 
The great glad tidings tell; 

O come to us, abide with us, 
Our Lord Emmanuel. 

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The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and 
minds in the knowledge and love of God, and of His Son, .Tesus CUirist, 
our Lord. Amen. 

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V. ^be Xife of 3e0us 

iPreluDe 

Call to XKHorsbtp an^ IResponses 

{Select No. 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5) 

1. Leader: How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that 

bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace, that proclaimeth glad 
tidings of salvation. 

2. Leader: Thus saith the Lord, I am come that they might have life, and 

that they might have it more abundantly. 

3. Leader: Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon 

us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world 
knoweth us not, because it knew Him not. 

4. Leader: Again therefore Jesus spake unto them, saying, I am the Light 

of the world: he that foUoweth me shall not walk in darkness, but 
shall have the light of life. 

5. Leader: O Lord, open Thou our lips; 

Assembly: And our mouth shall show forth Thy praise. 

Leader: Praise ye the Lord. 

Assembly: The Lord's kame be praised. ": 

THpmn (Tune, "Lyons," No. 35) 

1. Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim, 
And publish abroad His wonderful name; 
The name all-victorious of Jesus extol; 

• ■■'" - His kingdom is glorious. He rules over all. 

2. God ruleth on high, almighty to save; 

And still He is nigh — His presence we have; 
The great congregation His triumph shall sing, 
Ascribing salvation to Jesus our King. 

Charles Wesley, 17U 

Tlbe Call of tbe /IDaster 

In Unison: The Spirit of the Lord is upon me. 

Because He anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor: 

He hath sent me to proclaim release to the captives. 

And recovering of sight to the hUnd, 

To set at liberty them that are bruised. 

To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord. 

Luke I,: 18-19 

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THE LIFE OF JESUS 

THpmn Holy, Holy, Holy (Tune, "Nicsea," No. 2) 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty! 

All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and sea; 

Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty! 

Perfect in power, in love, and purity. 

Ube ilSeatltUDeS {in unison or Responsively) '• 

Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 

Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. 

Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. 

Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall 
be tilled. 

Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. 

Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. 

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. 

Blessed are they that are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is 
the kingdom of heaven. 

Blessed are ye when men shall revile you, and persecute you, 

And shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for My sake. 

Rejoice, and be exceeding glad; for great is your reward in heaven: 

For so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. 

;....:.. Matthew 5: S-12 

IPra^er {By the Leader) 

Almighty and most merciful Father, who hast given us a new commandment 
that we should love one another; give us also grace that we may fulfill it. 
Make us gentle, courteous, and forbearing. Direct our lives, so that we 
may look each to the good of the other in word and deed. And hallow all 
our friendships by the blessing of Thy Spirit; for His sake who loved us, 
and gave Himself for us, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

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IHl^mn Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne, No. 85 

Scripture IReaMnQ Mark 2: 33-35; 10:42-45 

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THE LIFE OF JESUS 



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want and death; grant unto us such a measure of Thy Spirit that we may follow 
Thee in all self- denial and tenderness of soul. Help us by Thy great love, to 
succour the afflicted, to relieve the needy and destitute, to share the burdens of the 
heavy-laden, and ever to see Thee in all that are poor and desolate. Amen. 



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BenCMCttOn {By the Leader) 

May the God of all grace, who hath called us unto Himself in Christ, perfect, 



establish, strengthen us, and to Him be the glory for ever. 

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VI. Zl)c flDan of Sorrows 

LENT 



lPrelu&e 



Call to THIlorsbip anD IResponscs 

(Select No. 1, 2, 3, or 4) 

1. Leader: Thus saith the Lord: I am the Good Shepherd; 

The Good Shepherd layeth down His life for the sheep. 

2. Leader: Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. 

For the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister. 

3. Leader: He hath made Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we 

might be made the righteous of God in Him. 

Assembly: In whom we have redemption through His blood, the 
forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace. 

4. Leader: He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our 

iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with 
His stripes we are healed. 

Assembly: All we, like sheep, have gone astray; we have turned, 
every one, to his own way; and the lord hath laid on him 
the iniquity of us all. 

(BlOria IPatrt (Tune, orders of Worship, page 14) 

Glory be to the Father, 

And to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; 

As it was in the beginning, 

Is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Amen. 

Call to prater 

Leader: O come, let us worship and bow down: 

Let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker. 

prater [By the Leader) 

O God, Thou great Redeemer of mankind, our hearts are tender in the 
thought of Thee, for in all the afflictions of our race Thou hast been 
afflicted, and in the sufferings of Thy people it was Thy body that was 
crucified. Thou hast been wounded by our transgressions, and bruised by 
our iniquities, and all our sins are laid at last on Thee. Amid the groan- 
ing of creation we behold Thy Spirit in travail till the sons of God shall 
be born in freedom and holiness. 

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THE MAN OF SORROWS 

( Continued from previous page ) 

We pray Thee, O Lord, for the graces of a pure and holy life, that we may 
no longer add to the dark weight of the world's sin that is laid upon Thee, 
but may share with Thee in Thy redemptive work. As we have thirsted 
with evil passions to the destruction of men, do Thou fill us now with 
hunger and thirst for justice that we may bear glad tidings to the poor, 
and set at liberty all who are in the prison-house of want and sin. Lay 
Thy Spirit upon us, and inspire us with a passion of Christ-like love, that 
we may join our lives to the weak and oppressed, and may strengthen their 
cause by bearing their sorrows. And if the evil that is threatened turns 
to smite us, and if we must learn the dark malignity of sinful power, com- 
fort us by the thought that thus we are bearing in our body the marks of 
Jesus, and that only those who share in His free sacrifice shall feel the 
plenitude of Thy life. Help us in patience to carry forward the eternal 
cross of Thy Christ, counting it joy if we, too, are sown as grains of 
wheat in the furrows of the world, for only by the agony of the right- 
eous comes redemption. 

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Scripture IReaMng The Crucifixion Story (Mark 15: 15-39) 

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THE MAN OF SORROWS 



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And a certain ruler asked Him, saying, Good Teacher, what shall I do to in- 
herit eternal life? And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou Me good? 
None is good, save one, even God. Thou knowest the commandments, 
Do not commit adultery, Do not kill, Do not steal, Do not bear false wit- 
ness. Honor thy father and mother. And he said. All these things have 
I observed from my youth up. And when Jesus heard it. He said unto 
him. One thing thou lackest yet: Sell all that thou hast, and distribute unto 
the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come, follow Me. 

Luke, 18 : 18-22 

And He called unto Him the multitude with His disciples, and said unto 
them. If any man would come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up 
his cross, and follow Me. For whosoever would save his life shall lose it; 
and whosoever shall lose his life for My sake and the Gospel's sliall save 
it. For what doth it profit a man to gain the whole world, and forfeit his 
life? "For what should a man give in exchange for his life? 

Mark 8: 31,-37 

Ualft, or otber Special Contribution 

•iHsmn Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life, No. 249 

BeneDiction 

In Unison: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, arid the fel- 
lowship of the Holy Spirit he with us all evermore. Amen. 

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VII. ^be IRlsen Christ 

EASTER 

IPrelu^e 

Call to Morsbip and IRcsponses 

{Select No. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and 

be glad in it. 

2. Leader: Thus saith the Lord: I am the Resurrection and the Life: he 

that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and 
whosoever liveth, and believeth in me, shall never die. 

3. Leader: The Lord is risen! 
Assembly: The Lord is risen indeed! 

Leader: Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, 
Who, by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, 
Hath in His great mercy, begotten us anew unto a living hope, 
Unto an inheritance incorruptible, and undeliled. 
And that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for us. 

IH^mn All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name 

{First stanza only) 
All hail the power of Jesus' name! 
Let angels prostrate fall; 
II : Bring forth the royal diadem, 

And crown Him Lord of all! :|| 

Scripture TReaMng 
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The Resurrection Hope 

Leader: O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? The 
sting of death is sin, and the strength of sin is the law: but thanks be 
to God who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. 

/. Corinthians 15 : 55-57 

Assembly: If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of 

ALL MEN MOST MISERABLE. BuT NOW IS ChRIST RISEN FROM THE 
DEAD, AND BECOME THE FIRST FRUITS OF THEM THAT SLEPT. FoR 
SINCE BY MAN CAME DEATH, BY MAN CAME ALSO THE RESURRECTION 
OF THE DEAD. FoR AS IN AdAM ALL DIE, EVEN SO IN ChRIST SHALL 
ALL BE MADE ALIVE. /. Corinthians IS: 19-22 

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In Unison: O Almighty God, hear Thy people, who are this day met to glorify 
the resurrection of Thy Sort our Lord; and guide them on from this festival to 
eternal gladness, from the exulting joy of this solemnity to joys thai have no 
end. For this is the day of man's resurrection, the birthday of eternal life; in 
which the Saviour of mankind hath conquered death; and God, by Christ's 
resurrection, hath restored us to life eternal. Amen. Selected 

H^mn Lift Up, Lift Up Your Voices Now (Tune,"WaUham, " No. 272) 

1. Lift up, lift up your voices now! 
The whole wide world rejoices now; 
The Lord hath triumphed gloriously, 
The Lord shall reign victoriously. 

2. In vain with stone the cave they barred; 
In vain the watch kept ward and guard; 
Majestic from the spoiled tomb, 

In pomp of triumph Christ is come. 

3. And all He did, and all He bare, 
He gives us as our own to share; 
And hope, and joy, and peace begin. 
For Christ has won, and man shall win. 

4. O Victor, aid us in the fight, 

And lead thro' death to realms of light; 
We safely pass where Thou liast trod; 
In Thee we die to rise to God. 

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THE RISEN CHRIST 



The Triumphant Life 



Leader: 



If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where 
Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. Set your affection on things 
above, not on things on the earth. Coiossians s : 1-2 

Christ, being raised from the dead, dieth no more; death hath no more do- 
minion over Him. For in that He died. He died unto sin once; but in 
that He liveth. He liveth unto God. Likewise reckon ye also yourselves 
to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our 

Lord. Romans 6: 9-11 



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REFORMATION DAY 

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Call to XKaorsbip anD IResponses 

{Select No. 1, or 2) ' 

1. Leader: O Lord, open Thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous 

things out of Thy law. 

2. Leader: Lord, lift Thou up the light of Thy countenance upon us. 

O send out Thy light and Thy truth; let them lead me: 

Assembly: Let them bring me unto Thy holy hill, 
And to Thy tabernacles. 

In Unison: With Thee is the fountain of life: 
In Thy light shall we see light. 

IHgmn How Firm a Foundation, No. 188 

(or "O God, Our Help In Aj,'es Past," No. 166) , , V' 

God Is Our Refuge 
In Unison: 

God is our refuge and strength, 
A very present help in trouble. 

Therefore will we not fear, though the earth do change. 

And though the mountains be moved in the heart of the seas; . . f ..V. '., 

Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled. 
Though the mountains shake with the swelling thereof 

There is a river, the streams whereof make glad the city of God, 

The holy place of the tabernacles of the Most High. ' 

God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved: 
God shall help her, and that right early. 

The nations raged, the kingdoms were moved: 
He uttered His voice, the earth melted. 

The Lord of hosts is with us; 

The God of Jacob is our refuge. Psalm i6: 1-7 

IH^mn A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, No. 262 

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THE WORD OF GOD 
The Ten Commandments 

(EXODUS 20 : 1-17) 

Leader: God spake all these words, saying: 
All Repeat: 
I. I am the Lord thy God, who have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, 
out of the house of bondage; thou shalt have no other gods before Me. 

II. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven imape, or any likeness of any 
thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is 
in the water under the earth: thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, 
nor serve them: for I, the Lord thy God, am a jealous God, visiting 
the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth 
generation of them that hate Me; and showing mercy unto thousands 
of them that love Me, and keep My commandments. 

III. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord 

will not hold him guiltless that taketh His name in vain. 

IV. Remember the Sabbath-day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor, 

and do all thy work: but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord 
thy God; in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy 
daughter, nor thy man-servant, nor thy maid-servant, nor thy cattle, 
nor thy stranger that is within thy gates; for in six days the Lord made 
heaven and earth, the sea and all that in them is, and rested the seventh 
day: wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath-day, and hallowed it. 

V. Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the 
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VIII. Thou shalt not steal. 

IX. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 

X. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy 
neighbor's wife, nor his man-servant, nor hia maid-servant, nor his ox, 
nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbor's. 

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And one of them, a lawyer, asked Him a question, trying Him: Teacher, 
which is the great commandment in the law? And He said unto him, 
Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy 
soul, and with all thy mind. This is the great and first commandment. 
And a second like unto it is this. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. 
On these two commandments the whole law hangeth, and the prophets. 

Matthew 22 : S5-U0 

THpmn To Thee, Eternal Soul, Be Praise (Tune, "Erfurt," No. 71) 

1. To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise. 
Who from of old to our own days, 
Through souls of saints and prophets, Lord, 
Hast sent Thy light, Thy love, Thy word. 

2. We thank Thee for each mighty one 
Through whom Thy living light hath shone*. 
And for each humble soul and sweet 

That lights to heaven our wandering feet. 

3. We thank Thee for the love divine 
Made real in every saint of Thine; 
That boundless love itself that gives 
In service to each soul that lives. 

4. Eternal Soul, our souls keep pure 
That, like Thy saints, we may endure 
Forever; through Thy servants, Lord, 
Send Thou Thy light, Thy love, Thy word! 

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In Unison: Our Heavenly Father, without whose help labor is useless, without 
whose light search is vain, invigorate our studies and direct our inquiries, that 
by due diligence and right discernment, we may establish ourselves and others 
in Thy holy faith. Let us not linger in ignorance, but enlighten and support 
us, for the sake offesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 



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IX. ^bc Call an^ IReeponse 

A LIFE ENLISTMENT SERVICE 

IPrelu&e 

Call to Morsbip an& IResponses 

{Select No. 1, 2, oi- 3) 

1. Leader: Trust ye in the Lord forever; 

For in the Lord, even our God, is everlasting: strengfth. Amen. 

2. Leader: Serve the Lord with gladness: come before His presence with 

singing. 
Assembly: Enter into His gates avitii thanksgiving, and into His 
COURTS WITH praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His 

NAME. 

In Unison: For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; and His truth en- 
dureth to all generations. 

3. Leader: Praise waiteth for Thee, O God in Zion: and unto Thee shall 

the vow be performed. 
Assembly: O Thou that hearest prayer, unto Thee shall all 
flesh comb. 

H)OXOlOg^ (Tune, "Old Hundredth," Orders of Worship, p. 7.) 

Be Thou, O God, exalted high; 
And, as Thy glory fills the sky. 
So let it be on earth displayed, 
Till Thou art here, and there obeyed. 

XTbe Xort)'s pra^ev 

IHsmn The Voice of God Is Calling (Tune, "Webb," No. 278) 

1. The voice of God is calling 3. We heed, O Lord, Thy summons. 

Its summons unto men; And answer, here are we! 

As once He spoke in Zion, Send us upon Thy errand. 

So now He speaks again. Let us Thy servants be. 

"Whom shall I send to succor Our strength is dust and ashes. 

My people in their need? Our years a passing hour — 

Whom shall I send to loosen But Thou canst use our weakness 

The bonds of lust and greed? To magnify Thy power. 

2. I hear My people crying 4. !From ease and pleasure save us. 

In cot and mine and slum; From pride of place absolve; 

No field of man is silent. Purge us of low desire. 

No city street is dumb. Lift us to high resolve. 

I see My people falling Take us, and make us holy. 

In darkness and despair, Teach us Thy will and way, 

Whom shall I send to shatter Speak, and behold! we answer; 

The fetters which they bear? Command, and we obey! 



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THE CALL AND RESPONSE 

Scripture IReaMng Luke is : I8-23, 28-30, or John 15 : 1-14 

TH^mn Who Is On the Lord's Side (Tune, "Armageddon," No. 216) 

Scripture IReaDing 

Then saith He unto His disciples, The harvest indeed is plenteous, but the 
laborers are few. Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest that He send 
forth laborers into His harvest. And He called unto Him His twelve dis- 
ciples, and gave thera authority over unclean spirits. Matthew 9: sr-ss, 10: 1 

And as they went on the way, a certain man said unto Him, I will follow 
Thee whithersoever Thou goest. And Jesus said unto him. The foxes have 
holes, and the birds of the heaven have nests; but the Son of man hath not 
where to lay His head. And He said unto another, Follow Me. But he 
said. Lord, suifer me first to go and bury my father. But He said unto 
him, Leave the dead to bury their own dead; but go thou and publish 
abroad the kingdom of God. And another also said, I will follow Thee; 
but first sufi'er me to bid farewell to them that are at my house. But Jesus 
said unto him. No man having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, 
is fit for the kingdom of God. Luke 9: 57-62 

Jesus came to them and said unto them, All authority hath been given unto 
Me in heaven and on earth. Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the 
nations, baptizing thera into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of 
the Holy Spirit: teaching them to observe all -things whatsoever I com- 
manded you: and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the 

world. Matthew 28 : 18-20 

Prai^Cr Jesus' Prayer For His Disciples 

In Unison: Holy Father, ^eep them in Thy name which Thou hast given Me, 
that they may be one, even as we are. . . . I pray not that Thou 
shouldest take them from the world, hut that Thou shouldest keep them from 
the evil one. . . . Sanctify them in the truth: Thy word is truth. As Thou 
didst send Me into the world, even so send I them into the world. . . . 
Neither for these only do I pray, but for those also that believe on Me 
through their word. John i7: 11 b, 15, 17, is, 20 

TH^mn O Still in Accents (Tune, "Serenity," No. 176) 

1. O still in accents sweet and strong 2. We hear the call; in dreams no more 
Sounds forth the ancient word, In selfish ease we lie. 

More reapers for white harvest fields, But, girded for our Father's work. 
More laborers for the Lord." Go forth beneath His sky. 

3. O Thou whose call our hearts has stirred, 
To do Thy will we come; 
Thrust in our sickles at Thy word, 
And bear our harvest home. 

Samuel Longfellow, lS6i 
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can do the most to accomplish this end. 

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In Unison: Heavenly Father, Thou knowest I desire to do my duty now and 
always. Give me an open mind to hear Thy call, and a willing heart to 
respond. May I be able through Thee both to do and to dare. Keep me 
from faltering or turning aside from any task Thou hast given me. May I 
be strong, having on the whole armor of God, and on every battlefield may I 
acquit myself like a true soldier of the Cross. Amen. Judson Swift. 



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1. Leader: Blessed is the man that maketh the Lord his trust. 

Blessed is the man whose strength is in the Lord. 

2. Leader: Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear Him, upon 

them that hope in His mercy. 
Assembly: Our soul waiteth for the Lord: He is our help and 
our shield. 

3. Leader: Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the 

land, and verily thou shalt be fed. 
Assembly: Delkjht thyself also in the Lord; and He shall give 

THEE the desires OF THINE HEART. 

In LTnison: Commit thy way unto the Lord: trust also in Him; and He ihall 
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The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 

He mak.eth me to lie down in green pastures : He leadeth me beside the still waters, 

He restoreth my soul: He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name s 

saf^e. 
Yea, though I walk, through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; 

for Thou art with me: Thy rod and Thy staff, they comfort me. 
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies, Thou anointest 

my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of mv Mfe„ and / will dwell 

in the house of the Lord forever. Psaim 23 

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In Unison: O Thou, our God! Do Thou, our God, stand by us. Not ours, but 
Thine, is the cause: it is righteous and eternal. Stand by us. Thou true 
eternal God. Grant us that true faith in Thee, in the name of Thy dear Son, 
Jesus Christ, who shall be our Defense and Shelter. Yea, our Mighty For- 
tress, through the might and strength of Thy Holy Spirit. God help us. 

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XL Courage an^ Xo^altij 

CONFIRMATION 

1Prelu&e 

dall to TKIlorsbip an& IResponses 

{Select No. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: Seek ye the Lord while He may be found: call ye upon Hira 

while He is near. 

2. Leader: Choose ye this day whom ye will serve. 

But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. 

3. Leader: Be strong and of good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: 

for the Lord thy God, He it is that doth go with thee; He will not 
fail thee. 

Assembly: Have I not commanded thee? Be strong and of good 
courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the 
Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest. 



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Almighty God, unto whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from 
whom no secrets are hid; cleanse the thought of our hearts by the inspira- 
tion of Thy Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love Thee, and worthily 

. magnify Thy holy name; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

IHpmn O Master! When Thou Callest (Tune, "St. Hilda," No. 147) 



1. O Master! when Thou callest. 

No voice may say Thee nay, 
For blest are they that follow 

"Where Thou dost lead the way; 
In freshest prime of morning, 

Or fullest glow of noon, 
The note of heavenly warning 

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O Master! when Thou callest, 

No heart may dare refuse; 
'Tis honor, highest honor. 

When Thou dost deign to use 
Our brightest and our fairest, 

Our dearest — all are Thine; 
Thou who for each one carest, 

We hail Thy love's design. 

Sarah G. Stock. 1888 



COURAGE AND LOYALTY 

Psalm Wait on the Lord (/« Unison or Responsively) 

The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall / fear? 
The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? 

Though an host should encamp against me, my heart shall not fear: 
Though war should rise against me, even then will I be confident. 

One thing have I asked of the Lord, 
That will I seek after; 

That I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life. 
To behold the beauty of the Lord, and to inquire in His temple. 

For in the day of trouble He shall keep me secretly in His pavilion: 
In the covert of His tabernacle shall He hide me; 

He shall lift me up upon a rock- 

And now shall mine head be lifted up above mine enemies round about me; ^. 

And I will offer in His tabernacle sacrifices of joy; \ 

/ will sing, yea, I will sing praises unto the Lord. 

Wait on the Lord: be strong, and let thine heart take courage; 
Yea, wait thou on the Lord. Psaim 27 

IResponse O Worship the Lord (See opposite page) 

/IDemOr^ Selection 1 Corinthians 13 {Repeated by the Schoolin Unison) 

If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am 
become sounding brass, or a clanging cymbal. 

And if I have the gift of prophecy, and know all mysteries and all knowledge ; 
and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I 
am nothing. 

And if I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and if I give my body to be 
burned, but have not love, it profiteth me nothing. 

Love suflfereth long, and is kind ; 

Love envieth not; love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave 
itself unseemly, seeketh not its own, is not provoked, taketh not account 
of evil; rejoiceth not in unrighteousness, but rejoiceth with the truth; 
beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. 

Love never faileth : but whether there be prophecies, they shall be done 
away; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowl- 
edge, it shall be done away. For we know in part, and we prophesy in 
part; but when that which is perfect is come, that which is in part shall be 
done away. 

When I was a child, I spake as a child, I felt as a child, I thought as a 
child: now that I am become a man, I have put away childish things. For 
now we see in a mirror, darkly; but then face to face; now I know in 
part; but then shall I know fully, even as also I was fully known. 

But now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; and the greatest of these 
is love. 

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1H^mn O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee, No. 253 

In Unison: Almighty God, and most merciful Father, give us. We beseech Thee, 
that grace that we may duly examine the inmost of our hearts, and our most 
secret thoughts, how we stand before Thee; and that we may henceforward 
never be drawn to do anything that may dishonor Thy name : but may per- 
severe in all good purposes, and in Thy holy service, unto our life's end. 

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Call to Morsblp an& IResponses 

{Select No. i, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: O send out Thy light and Thy truth: let them lead me; let them 

bring me unto Thy holy hill, and to Thy tabernacles. 

2. Leader: Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand 

in His holy place? 
Assembly: He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart; who math 

not lifted up hls soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 
In Unison: He shall receive the blessing from the Lord, and righteousness 

from the God of his salvation. 

3. Leader: Lord, who shall abide in Thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in 

Thy holy hill? 
Assembly: He that walketh uprightly, and worketh righteous- 
ness, AND SPEAKETH THE TRUTH IN HIS HEART. 

Leader: Lift up your hearts. 

Assembly: We lift them up unto the Lord. O God, make clean 

OUR HEARTS WITHIN US, AND TAKE NOT ThY HoLY SpIRIT FROM US. 

UnVOCatiOn {By the Leader) 

O God, who knowest us to be set in the midst of so many and great dangers, 
that by reason of the frailty of our nature we cannot always stand upright; 
grant to us such strength and protection, as may support us in all dangers, 
and carry us through all temptations; through Jesus Christ our Lord, 
Amen. 

THpmn O Jesus, Prince of Life and Truth, No. 243 

XHntson psalm 

Blessed is the man that wal^eth not in the counsel of the wicked, 

Nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of scoffers. 

But his delight is in the law of the Lord; 

And on His law doth he meditate day and night. 

And he shall be lil^e a tree planted by the streams of water. 

That bringeth forth its fruit in its season, 

IVhose leaf also doth not wither; 

And whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. 

The wicked are not so; 

But are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. 

Therefore the wicked shall not stand in the judgment. 

Nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. 

For the Lord k^oweth the way of the righteous: 

But the way of the wicked shall perish. Psaim i 

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IHl^mn God of Our Boyhood (Tune. "Pater Omnium," No. 55) 



Sturdy of limb, with bounding health, 
Eager to play the hero's part, 

Grant Thou to each that greater wealth — 
An undefiled and loyal heart, 

God of our youth, be Thou our might, 
To do the right, to do the right. 

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God of our boyhood, whom we yield 

The tribute of our youthful praise, 
Upon the well-contested field, 

And 'mid the glory of these days, 
God of our youth, be with us yet. 

Lest we forget, lest we forget. 

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In Unison: Give we clean hands, clean words, and clean thoughts; help me to 
stand for the hard right against the easy wrong; save me from habits that 
harm; teach me to work as hard and play as fair in Thy sight alone as if 
all the world saw; forgive me when I am unwind; and help me to forgive 
those who are unkind to me; k^ep me ready to help others at some cost to 
myself; send me chances to do a little good every day, and to grow more 

like Christ. Amen. WUliam DeWUt Hyde 

TH^mn Keep Thyself Pure! Christ's Soldier, No. 242 

Benediction 

In Unison: Now unto Him that is able to k^ep us from falling, and to present us 
faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy, to the only 
wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now 
and ever. A men. 

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XIH. Cbri9tian Service auD Brotberboot), l. 

ADVENT 

preluOe 

Call to Morsbip an& IResponses 

Leader: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a 
highway for our God. 

Assembly: Repext ye, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. 

Leader: The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite 
heart, O God, Thou wilt not despise. 

Assembly': Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and put your trust 
IN the Lord. 

H)0X0l09P (Tune, "Old Hundredth," Orders of Worship, page 7) 

Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; 
Praise Him, all creatures here below; 
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 



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TH^mn Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Tune, "Webb," No. 278) 



1. Hail to the Lord's Anointed, 

Great David's greater Son! 
Hail, in the time appointed. 

His reign on earth begun; 
He comes to break oppression 

To set the captive free. 
To take away transgression, 

And rule in equity. 

2. He comes with succor speedy, 

To those who suffer wrong; 
To help the poor and needy. 

And bid the weak be strong; 
To give them songs for sighing. 

Their darkness turn to light, 
Whose souls condemned and dying, 

Were precious in His sight. 



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He shall come down like showers, 

Upon the fruitful earth; 
And love and joy, like flowers. 

Spring in His path to birth: 
Before Him on the mountains 

Shall peace, the herald, go; 
And righteousness in fountains 

From hill to valley flow. 

For Him shall prayer unceasing 

And daily vows ascend: 
His kingdom still increasing, 

A kingdom without end: 
The tide of time shall never 

His covenant remove; 
His name shall stand forever, 

That name to us is Love. 

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CHRISTIAN SERVICE AND BROTHERHOOD, I. 
Scripture IReaDtng Isaiah40: l-ll, orMicah4: 1-3 

IPra^Cr {In Unison or by the Leader) 

Lord, who with Thy liberal and bountiful hand providest enough for all 
mankind, whose gifts are by goodness and free favor made common to all 
men, while we by our covetousness and distrust have made them private 
and peculiar, correct Thou the thing which our iniquity hath put out of 
order, and let Thy goodness supply that Avhich our niggardliness hath 
plucked away. O Fountain of all good things, wash Thou away these so 
sundry, so manifold, and so great miseries, with one drop of the water of 
Thy mercy, for the sake of Jesus Christ, Thine only Son our Lord. 

Amen. Selected 

IResponsive IReaDtno 

Leader: O sing unto the Lord a new song: sing unto the Lord, all the 

earth. 
Assembly: Sing unto the Lord, bless His name; show forth His 

SALVATION from DAY TO DAY. 

Leader: Declare His glory among the heathen. His wonders among all 

people. 
Assembly: For the Lord is great, and greatly to be praised: He is to 

BE feared ABOVE ALL GODS. 

Leader: For all the gods of the nations are idols: but the Lord made the 

heavens. 
Assembly: Honor and majesty are before Him: strength and beauty 

ARE in His sanctuary. 
Leader: Give unto the Lord, O ye kindreds of the people, give unto the 

Lord glory and strength. 
Assembly: Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His name : bring 

AN offering, and COME INTO HiS COURTS. 

Leader: O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness: fear before Him, all 

the earth. 
Assembly: Say among the heathen that the Lord reigneth ; the 

WORLD also SHALL BE ESTABLISHED THAT IT SHALL NOT BE MOVED: 
He SHALL JUDGE THE PEOPLE RIGHTEOUSLY. 

Leader: Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad; let the sea roar, 

and the fullness thereof. 
Assembly: Let the field be joyful, and all that is therein: then 

SHALL all the TREES OF THE WOOD REJOICE BEFORE THE LORD. 

In Unison: For He comet h, for He cometh to judge the earth: He shall judge the 
World with righteousness, and the people with truth. Psalm 96 

CbHnt ("Gloria Palri." Orders of Worship, page 14) 

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; 
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. 
Amen, Amen. 

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working in you that which is well pleasing in His sight, through Jesus 
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XIV. Cbrlettan Service an^ Brotberboot), ii. 

THE CHURCH AND HOME MISSIONS 

preluDe 

IH^tnn Our Country's Voice Is Pleading, No. 268 
IResponsive IReaDing 

Leader: Wherewith shall I come before the Lord, and bow myself before 
the high God? shall I come before Him with burnt offerings? 

Assembly: He hath showed thee, O man, what is good; and what 
DOTH the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love 

MERCY, AND TO WALK HUMBLY AVITH THY GOD? 

Leader: Whoso hath this world's living and seeth his brother having need, 

and shutteth up his heart from his brother, how dwelleth the love of 

God in him? 
Assembly: He that loveth not the brother whom he hath seen, hoav 

can he love God, whom he hath not seen? 
Leader: Withhold not kindness from them that need it when it is in the 

power of thy hand to do it: 
Assembly: To do good and communicate, forget not, and to be rich 

IN good works. 
In Unison: And now ahideth faith, hope, love: these three; and the greatest of 

these is love. 

TH^mn Holy, Holy, Holy (Tune, "Nicsea," No. 2) 

Holy, holy, holy. Lord God Almighty! 

All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and sea; 

Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty! 

Perfect in power, in love, and purity. 

Call to prater 

Leader: Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my meditation. 
Assembly: Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my King and my God: 
FOR UNTO Thee will I pray. 

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In Unison: Our Father, make us, we pray Thee, friends of all the world. Save 
us from blighting the fresh flower of any heart by the flare of sudden anger 
or secret hate. May we not bruise the rightful self-respect of any by con- 
tempt or malice. Help us to cheer the sufl^ering by our sympathy, to freshen 
the drooping by our hopefulness, and to strengthen in all the wholesome sense 
of worth and the joy of life. Save us from the deadly poison of class-pride. 
Grant that we may look oH ^^n in the face with the eyes of a brother. If 
any one needs us, make us ready to yield our help ungrudgingly, unless 
higher duties claim us, and may We rejoice that We have it in us to be helpful 

to our fellow-men. Amen. Walter Eauschenbusch 

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creatures, that in serving them we may minister to Thee; who livest and 
reignest with the Father and the Holy Spirit, ever one God, world without 

end. Amen. Selected 

IH^mn Father Almighty, Bless Us (Tune, "Integer Vitae," No. 184) 

Father Almigfhty, bless us with Thy blessing, 
Answer in love Thy children's supplication; 
Hear Thou our prayer, the spoken and unspoken; 

Hear us, our Father. AmKN. Berwick Hymnal. 1886 

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XV. Christian Service an^ Brotherhood III. 

WORLD MISSIONS 

preluOe 

DOXOlOG^ (Tune, "Old Hundredth," Orders of Worship, page 7) 
From all that dwell below the skies, 
Let the Creator's praise arise: 
Let the Redeemer's praise be sung 
Through every land, by every tongue. 

Call to Morsblp an^ IResponses 

Leader: O worship the Lord in the beauty of holinesss: fear before Him all 

the earth. 
Assembly: O Thou that hearest prayer, unto Thee shall all flesh 

COME. 

Leader: Praise ye the Lord. 

Assembly: Blessed be His glorious name forever; 

In Unison: And let the whole earth be filled with His glory. 

THgmn Christ For the World We Sing (Tune, "Italian Hymn," No. 3) 

1. Christ for the world we sing; By restless passions tossed, 
The world to Christ we bring Redeemed at countless cost, 

With loving zeal; From dark despair. 

The poor and them that mourn, 3. Christ for the world we sing; 

The faint and overborne, The world to Christ we bring 
Sin-sick and sorrow-worn, With one accord; 

Whom Christ doth heal. With us the work to share, 

2. Christ for the world we sing; With us reproach to dare. 
The world to Christ we bring With us the cross to bear. 

With fervent prayer; For Christ our Lord. 

The wayward and the lost, Samuel Woicott, ises 

Unison psalm Thy Kingdom Come 

God be merciful unto us, and bless us. 
And cause His face to shine upon us; 
That Thy way may be known upon the earth. 
Thy saving health among all nations. 
Let the peoples praise Thee, O God; 
Let all the peoples praise Thee. 
O let the nations be glad and sing for joy: 

For Thou shalt judge the peoples with equity, and govern the nations upon the 
earth. 

Let the peoples praise Thee, O God; 
Let all the peoples praise Thee. 
The earth hath yielded her increase: 
God, even our own God, shall bless us. 
God shall bless us; 

And all the ends of the earth shall fear Him. Psalm 67 

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In Unison: O Christ, Thou hast bidden us proy for the coming of Thy Father's 
kingdom, in which His righteous will shall be done on earth. We bless 
Thee for the inspired souls of all ages who saw afar the shining city of God, 
and by faith left the profit of the present to follow their vision. We rejoice 
that to-day the hope of these lonely hearts is becoming the clear faith of 
millions. Help us. Lord, in the courage of faith to seize what has now come 
so near, that the glad day of God may dawn at last. As we have mastered 
Nature that we might gain wealth, help us now to master the social relations 
of mankind that we may gain justice and a world of brothers. For what 
shall it profit our nation if it gain numbers and riches, and lose the sense of 
the living God and the joy of human brotherhood? 

Make us determined to found our common life on the eternal foun- 
dations of righteousness and love, and no longer to prop the tottering house 
of wrong by legalized cruelty and force. Show Thy erring children at last 
the way to the City of Love, and fulfill the longings of the prophets of 
humanity. Our Master, once more we make Thy faith our prayer: "Thy 
Kingdom Come! Thy will be done on earth!" Walter Ranschenimsch 

IH^mn Fling Out the Banner (Tune. "Waltham," No. 272) 
Fling out the banner! let it float 

Skyward and seaward, high and wide, 
The sun that lights its shining folds, 

The cross on which the Saviour died. 

(All repeat) SaJute to the Christian Flag 

I pledge allegiance to my Flag, 
And to the Saviour for whose kingdom it stands; 
One Brotherhood uniting all mankind 
In service and in love. 
{AU sing) 

Fling out the banner! wide and high, 

Seaward and skyward, let it shine: 
Nor skill, nor might, nor merit ours; 

We conquer only in that sign. 

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The Words of Great Missionary Heroes 

*'Woe is me if I preach not the Gospel." st. Paul 
'I will place no value on anything I have or may possess except in relation 

to the kingdom of Christ." David Livingstone 

"Expect great things from God, attempt great things for God." 

William Carey 

'The prospect is as bright as the promises of God." Adoniram judson 
"if you want to serve your race go where no one else will go, and do what 

no one else will do." Mary Lyon 

IHpmn In Christ There is No East or West 



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2. In Him shall true hearts ev- 'ry-where Theirhighcom-mun-ion find; 

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O Thou great Friend to all the sons of men, Who once appeared in humblest 
guise below. Sin to rebuke, to break the captive's chain, And call Thy 
brethren forth from want and woe, — We look to Thee! Thy truth is still 
the Light Which guides the nations, groping on their way, Stumbling and 
falling in disastrous night, Yet hoping ever for the perfect day. Yes: 
Thou art still the life. Thou art the way The holiest know; Light, Life, 
the Way of heaven! And they who dearest hope and deepest pray. Toil by 
the Light, Life, Way, which Thou hast given. Amen. Theodore Parker 

S)OXOlO0S (Tune, "Old Hundredth," Orders of Worship, page 7) 
Eternal are Thy mercies, Lord! 
Eternal truth attends Thy word; 
Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore 
Till suns shall rise and set no more. Amen. 

Jsaac Wq,tts. 1719 

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XVI. ®ur Country 

PATRIOTIC 

IPrelu^e 

1Hpmn O Beautiful For Spacious Skies, No. 291 

Call to Worsbtp an& IResponses 

Leader: O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the 

Lord our Maker. 
Assembly: Our help is in the xame of the Lord, 

Who made heaven and earth. 
Leader: Praise ye the Lord. Praise, O ye servants of the Lord, praise the 

name of the Lord. 
Assembly: From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the 

SAME THE Lord's name is to be praised. 



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Leader: Righteousness exalteth a nation. 

Assembly: Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord: and the 

PEOPLE WHOM He hath CHOSEN FOR HiS OWN INHERITANCE. 

Leader: O let the nations be glad and sing for joy: for Thou shalt judge 
the people righteously, and govern the nations upon earth. 

Assembly: Let the people praise Thee, O God, let all the people 
praise Thee. 

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Now, therefore, I pray Thee, if I have found grace in Thy sight, show me 
now Thy way, that I may know Thee, that I may find grace in Thy sight: 
and consider that this nation is Thy people. And He said. My presence 
shall go with thee, and I will give thee rest. And he said unto Him, If 
Thy presence go not with me, carry us not up hence. For wherein shall 
it be known here that I and Thy people have found grace in Thy sight? 
Is it not in that Thou goest with us? So shall we be separated, I and Thy 
people, from all the people that are upon the face of the earth. 



IH^mn IReSpOnSe (Tune, "America," No. 289) 

God bless our native land, 
Firm may she ever stand, 

Through storm and night; 
When the wild tempests rage. 
Ruler of wind and wave. 
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OUR COUNTRY 

Religious Purposes in the Lives of Great National Heroes 

Observe good failli and .justice toward all nations; cultivate peace and 
harmony with all; religion and morality enjoin this conduct. Can it be 
that good policy does not equally enjoin it? It will be wortliy of a free, 
enlightened, and, at no distant period, a great nation, to give to mankind 
the magnanimous and too novel example of a people always guided by an 

exalted justice and benevolence. George Washington: Farewell Address 

While we are zealously performing the duties of good citizens and soldiers, 

we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the liighest duties of religion. 

To the distinguished character of patriot it should be our highest glory to 

add the more distinguished character of Christian, 
I commend the interests of our dearest country to the protecrtion of Almighty 

God, and those who have the superintendence of them to His holy keeping. 

George Washington 

I have lived a long time; and the longer I live, the more convincing proofs 
I see of this truth, that God governs in the affairs of men. And if a 
sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, is it possible that an 
empire can rise without His aid? 

We have been assured in the sacred writings that except the Lord build the 
house, they labor in vain that build it! I firmly believe this; and I also 
believe that without His concurring aid we shall succeed in this political 
building no better than the builders of Babel. Benjamin Franklin 

It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us; 

that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for 

which they gave the last full measure of devotion: 
That we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; 

that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom; and that 

government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish 

from the earth. Abraham Lincoln 

With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right as 
God gives us to see the right,^ — let us strive on to finish the work we are 
in: . . . to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace 
among oui'selves and with all nations. Abraham Lincoln 

National Bntbem No. 285 

( While the Star-spangled Ba7iner is being played the Flag may be carried forward) 
Salute to the Flag 

I pledge allegiance to my flag 

And to the republic for which it stands; 

One nation, indivisible, 

With liberty and justice for all. 

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OUR COUNTRY 

The Star-Spangled Banner 

O say, can you see, by the dawn's early light 

What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? 
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight 

O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? 
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air 
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. 
O say, does that Star-Spangled Banner still wave 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 

UalM, or ©tber Special Contribution 
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In Unison: Almighty God! we make our earnest prayer that Thou wilt ^eep the 
United States in Thy holy protection; that Thou wilt incline the hearts of 
the citizens to cultivate a spirit of subordination and obedience to government; 
and entertain a brotherly affection and love for one another and for their 
fellow-citizens of the United States at large. 

And finally that Thou wilt most graciously be pleased to dispose us 
all to do justice, to love mercy, and to demean ourselves with that charity, 
humility, and pacific temper of mind which were the characteristics of the 
Divine Author of our blessed religion, and without a humble imitation of 
whose example in these things we can never hope to be a happy nation. 

Grant our supplication, we beseech Thee, through Jesus Christ our 

Lord, A men. George Washington 

Ube !lLor^'s iPra^er 

THpmn My Country, Tis of Thee (Tune, "America," No. 289) 

My country, 'tis of thee. Our fathers' God, to Thee, 

Sweet land of liberty. Author of liberty. 

Of thee I sing; To Thee we sing; 

Land where my fathers died, Long may our land be bright 

Land of the pilgrim's pride, With freedom's holy light; 

From every mountain side Protect us by Thy might, 

Let freedom ring! Great God our King! 

Samtcel F. Smith, 1SS& 

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XVII. ibarvcst an^ ^banf^eoivino 

( This Order is suggested for wse with the general theme Gratitude- For alternate hymns see 
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HARVEST AND THANKSGIVING 

Call to Morsbip an& IResponses 

Leader: O give thanks unto the Lord, for He is good. 
Assembly: Foe His kindness endureth forever, 

And His faithfulness unto all generations. 
Leader: It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, 

And to sing praises unto Thy name, O most High. 
Assembly: Serve the Lord with gladness. 

Come before His presence with thanksgiving. 
In Unison: Bless the Lord, O my soul; 

And all that is within me, bless His holy name. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits; 

IV ho redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with loving- 
kindness and tender mercies. 

(Xbant (Tune, "Gloria Patri," Orders of Worship, page 14) 

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; 
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. 
Amen. Amen. 

|pra\?er 

In Unison: Almighty God, Father of all mercies. We, Thine unworthy servants, 
do give Thee most humble and hearty thanks for all Thy goodness and 
loving-kindness to us, and to all men. We bless Thee for our creation, 
preservation, and all the blessings of this life; but above all, for Thine in- 
estimable love in the redemption of the World by our Lord Jesus Christ; for 
the means of grace, and for the hope of glory. 

And, we beseech Thee, give us that due sense of all Thy mercies, 
that our hearts may be unfeignedly thankful; and that we show forth Thy 
praise, not only with our lips, but in our lives, by giving up ourselves to Thy 
service, and by walking before Thee in holiness and righteousness all our 
days; through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, with Thee and the Holy 
Ghost, be all honor and glory, world without end. Amen. 

Scripture lReat)ing Psaim 107 : 1-15 
a ipsalm of praise 

In LTnisun: Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. 
Serve the Lord with gladness: 
Come before His presence with singing. 
Know ye that the Lord He is God: 
It is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves; 
We are His people, and the sheep of His pasture. 
Enter into His gates with thanksgiving. 
And into His courts with praise: 
Be thankful unto Him, and bless His name. 
For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting ; 
And His truth endureth to all generations. Psalm loo 

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Our corn did prove well; and, God be praised, we had a good increase of 
Indian corn. Our harvest being gotten in, our Governor sent four men 
on fowling, that so we might, after a special manner rejoice together after 
we had gathered the fruit of our labors. Many of the Indians came 
amongst us, and among the rest their greatest king, Massasoit, with some 
ninety men, whom for three days we entertained or feasted. 

Edward Winalow 

Ube president's HbanhsQivinG Proclamation {By the Leader) 
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prelu&e 

IH^mn Come With Hearts Rejoicing, No. 303 

dall to Morsbip anD "(Responses 

{Select No. 1, 2, or 3) 

1. Leader: Lord, I have loved the habitation of Thy house, and the place 

where Thy honor dwelleth. 

2. Leader: Brethren, I count not myself yet to have laid hold: but one 

thing I do, forgetting the things which are behind, and stretching 
forward to the things which are before, I press on toward the goal 
unto the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. 

3. Leader: I Avill bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall continually 

be in my mouth. O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt 
His name together. 
Assembly: O give thanks unto the Lord; call upon His name; 
make known his deeds among his people; talk ye op his 

WONDROUS WORKS. GlORY YE IN HlS HOLY NAME. 

IHl^mn Holy, Holy, Holy (Tune, "Nicfea, " No. 2) 
Holy, holy, holy. Lord God Almighty! 

All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and sea; 
Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty! 
Perfect in power, in love, and purity. 

'ClniSOn psalm The Lord is Thy Keeper 

/ will lift up mine eyes unto the hills: 

From whence cometh my help? 

My help cometh from the Lord, 

Who made heaven and earth. 

He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: 

He that keepeth thee will not slumber. 

Behold, He that k.eepeth Israel 

Will neither slumber nor sleep. 

The Lord is thy l^eeper: 

The Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. 

The sun shall not smite thee by day, 

Nor the moon by night. 

The Lord will k^ep thee from all evil; 

He will k^ep thy soul. 

The Lord will k^ep thy going out and thy coming in 

From this time forth and for evermore. Psalm 121 

Cbant (Tune, "Gloria Patri," Orders of Worship, page 14) 

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; 
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. 
Amen. Amen. 

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Bid thou the faint - ing heart Look up a - gain. 

Then shall thy Lord's "Well done, " More than re - pay! 

Ex - pel the dirge of night With Heav-en's song! 

To God and Fa - ther - land Give all thou hast! A - MEN. 



RALLY DAY— PROMOTION 

D^tal5er Solomon's Prayer For Wisdom 

In Unison: And now, O Lord my God, Thou hast made Thy servant k^ng 
instead of David my father: and I am but a child: I k^ow not how to go 
out or come in. And Thy servant is in the midst of Thy people which Thou 
hast chosen, a great people, that cannot be numbered nor counted for mul- 
titude. Give therefore Thy servant an understanding heart to judge Thy 
people, that I may discern between good and bad: for who is able to judge 
this Thy so great a people? i King s: 7-9 

IHpmn Give Thou, Thy Youth, to God (Tune, "St. Thomas," No. 266) 

1. Give, thou, thy youth to God, 3. Take, thou, the side of God, 

With all its budding love; In things or great or small, 

Send up thy opening heart to Him, So shall He ever take thy side. 
Fix it on One above. And bear thee safe through all. 

2, Be early wise for heaven, 4. Quail not before the bad. 

Choose, thou, the narrow way; Be brave for truth and right, 

The gate is strait, the road is rough, Fear God alone, and ever walk 
But it will end in day. As in His holy sight. Amen. 

Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889 

promotion Exercises 

{Note: Each teacher of a class, or superintendent of a department, having pupils eligible 
for promotion will present them to the Superintendent and the school. ) 

Teacher (or Dept. Supt.): The pupils of this class (or department), having 

satisfactorily completed the required course, are eligible for promotion. 

{Bead names of pupils') 

Superintendent: In recognition of your faithfulness and your achievements. 

and in appreciation of the progress you have made, I now, a> 

Superintendent of this school promote you to the (class or department). 

As followers of Jesus Christ, will you now renew your pledge of loyalty? 

My Purpose 
Pupils: As a follower of Jesus Christ, and believing in the fellowship of 
worship and service for the accomplishment of the will of God, I 
have set before myself these purposes: 
I will place the common good above my personal desires. 
I will keep my body and my mind lit to do my work, to enjoy life at its 

best, and to give life and joy to others. 
I will deal justly with all men. I will not use another person to his hurt, 
but will give to all with whom I meet the consideration I desire for 
myself. 
I will let no barriers divide me from my fellow-men; I will resist greed 
and oppression; and will take my part in the futherance of justice and 
good will in all the earth. 
I will seek by study and by prayer the laws of life and duty, forgiveness 

for my failures, and increasing mastery of myself. 
For I put my trust in God, I seek the adventure of faith, and I believe in 
the unfailing power of love. Selected 

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Ipra^er 

In Unisox: O God, who hast commanded that no man should be idle, give us 
grace to employ all our talents and faculties in the service appointed for us; 
that, whatsoever our hand findeth to do, we may do with our might. Cheer- 
fully may we go in the road which Thou hast marl^ed out, not desiring too 
earnestly that it should be either more smooth or more wide; but, daily 
seeking one way in Thy light, may we trust ourselves and the issue of our 
journey to Thee, the Fountain of joy, and sing songs of praise as we go 
along. Then, O Lord, receive us at the gate of life which Thou hast 
opened for us in fesus Christ. Amen, James Martineau 



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O God, Who Workest Hitherto 



Thomas W. Freckleton, 1884 



(MIKFIELD. CM.) 



Arthur Cottman, 1874 




1. O God, who work -est hith - er - to, Work-ing in all we 

2. Wher-e'er Thou send -est we will go. Nor an - y ques - tion 

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In Unison: Direct us, O Lord, in all our doings, with Thy most gracious favor, 
and further us with Thy continual help; that in all our worlds begun, con- 
tinued, and ended in Thee, we may glorify Thy holy name; and finally, by 
Thy mercy, obtain everlasting life, through fesus Christ, our Lord. Amen. 

BeneMCtiOn {By the Leader) 

Finally, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever thing's are honorable, whatsoever 
things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, 
whatsoever things are of good report: if there be any virtue, and if there 
be any praise, 

Let us think on these things. Amen. 

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(Note. — Titles refer to the Orders of Worship. Selections will he found appropriate, and may be 
used as alternate or additional readings in the Orders referred to.) 



1. Praase and Worship 

Psalm 98 

1 O sing unto the Lord a new song; for 
He hath done marvellous things: His 
right hand, and His holy arm, hath 
gotten Him the victory. 

2 The Lord hath made known His salva- 
tion: His righteousness hath He openly 
showed in the sight of the heathen. 

3 He hath remembered His mercy and 
His truth toward the house of Israel: 
all the ends of the earth have seen the 
salvation of our God. 

4 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all 
the earth: make a loud noise, and re- 
joice, and sing praise. 

5 Sing unto the Lord with the harp; with 
the harp, and the voice of a psalm. 

6 With trumpets and sound of cornet 
make a joyful noise before the Lord, 
the King. 

7 Let the sea roar, and the fulness 
thereof; the world, and they that dwell 
therein. 

8 Let the floods clap their hands: let the 
hills be joyful together before the 
Lord. 

9 For He cometh to judge the earth: 

10 With righteousness shall He judge the 
world, and the people with equity. 

2. Our Father's Love and Care 

Psalm 103 

1 Bless the Lord, O my soul : and all that 
is within me, bless His holy name. 

2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget 
not all His benefits: 

3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who 
healeth all thy diseases; 

4 Who redeemeth thy life from de- 
struction; who crowneth thee with lov- 
ing-kindness and tender mercies; 

5 Who satisfieth thy mouth with good 
things; so that thy youth is renewed 
like the eagle's. 



6 The Lord executeth righteousness and 
judgment for all that are oppressed . 

7 He made known His ways unto Moses, 
His acts unto the children of Israel. 

8 The Lord is merciful and gracious, 
slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy. 

9 He will not always chide: neither will 
He keep His anger forever. 

10 He hath not dealt with us after our 
sins; nor rewarded us according to our 
iniquities. 

11 For as the heaven is high above the 
earth, so great is His mercy toward 
them that fear Him. 

12 As far as the east is from the west, so 
far hath He removed our transgressions 
from us. 

13 Like as a father pitieth his children, so 
the Lord pitieth them that fear Him. 

14 For He knoweth our frame; He re- 
membereth that we are dust. 

15 As for man, his days are as grass: as 
a flower of the field, so he flourisheth. 

16 For the wind passeth over it, and it is 
gone; and the place thereof shall know 
it no more. 

17 But the mercy of the Lord is from 
everlasting to everlasting upon them 
that fear Him, and His righteousness 
unto children's children; 



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To such as keep His covenant, and to 
those that remember His command- 
ments to do them. 

The Lord hath prepared His throne in 
the heavens; and His kingdom ruleth 
over all. 

Bless the Lord, ye His angels, that 
excel in strength, that do His com- 
mandments, hearkening unto the voice 
of His word. 

Bless ye the Lord, all ye His hosts; ye 
ministers of His, that do His pleasure. 

Bless the Lord, all His works in all 
places of His dominion : bless the Lord, 
O my soul. 



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3. God In Nature 

Psalm HS 

1 Praise ye the Lord. Praise ye the 
Lord from the heavens: praise Him in 
the heights. 

2 Praise ye Him, all His angels: praise 
ye Him, all His hosts. 

3 Praise ye Him, sun and moon: praise 
Him, all ye stars of light. 

4 Praise Him, ye heavens of heavens, 
and ye waters that be above the 
heavens. 

5 Let them praise the name of the Lord: 
for He commanded, and they were 
created. 

6 He hath also established them for ever 
and ever: He bath made a decree which 
shall not pass. 

7 Praise the Lord from the earth, ye 
dragons, and all deeps: 

8 Fire, and hail; snow, and vapor; stormy 
wind fulfilling His word: 

9 Mountains, and all hills; fruitful trees, 
and all cedars: 

10 Beasts, and all cattle; creeping things, 
and flying fowl: 

11 Kings of the earth, and all people; 
princes, and all judges of the earth: 

VZ Both young men, and maidens; old 
men, and children: 

13 Let them praise the name of the Lord : 
for His name alone is excellent; His 
glory is above the earth and heaven. 

14 He also exalte th the horn of His people, 
the praise of all His saints; even of 
the children of Israel, a people near 
unto Him. Praise ye the Lord. 

4. The Christ Child 
Christmas 

Luke 1: 1,6-55 

1 And Mary said. My soul doth magnify 
the Lord, and my spirit hath rejoiced i 
in God my Saviour. 

2 For He hath looked upon the low estate | 
of His handmaid: for behold, from 
henceforth all generations shall call me 
blessed. I 



3 For He that is mighty hath done to me 
great things; and holy is His name. 

4 And His mercy is unto generations and 
generations on them that fear Him. 

5 He hath showed strength with His arm; 
I He hath scattered the proud in the im- 
I agination of their heart. 

I 6 He hath put down princes from their 
thrones, and hath exalted them of low 
degree. 

7 The hungry He hath filled with good 
things; and the rich He hath sent 
empty away. 

8 He hath given help to Israel His serv- 
ant, that He might remember mercy 

9 (As He spake unto our fathers) toward 
Abraham and his seed for ever. 

5. The Life of Jesus 

Isaiah 61: 1-6 

1 The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; 
because the Lord hath anointed me to 
preach good tidings unto the meek; 

2 He hath sent me to bind up the broken- 
hearted, to proclaim liberty to the 
captives, and the opening of the prison 
to them that are bound; 

3 To proclaim the acceptable year of the 
Lord, and the day of vengeance of our 
God; 

4 To comfort all that mourn; to appoint 
unto them that mourn in Zion, to give 
unto them beauty for ashes, 

5 The oil of joy for mourning, the gar- 
ment of praise for the spirit of heav- 
iness; 

G That they might be called trees of 
righteousness. The planting of the Lord, 
that He might be glorified. 

7 And they shall build the old wastes, 
they shall raise up the former des- 
olations, 

8 And they shall repair the waste cities, 
the desolations of many generations. 

9 And strangers shall stand and feed your 
flocks, and the sons of the alien shall 
be your ploughmen and your vine- 
dressers. 

10 But ye shall be named the Priests of 
the Lord: men shall call you the Min- 
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6> The Man of Sorrows 

Lent 

Isaiah 53: 1-8 

1 Who hath believed our report? and to 
whom is the arm of the Lord revealed? 

2 For He shall grow up before him as a 
tender plant, and as a root out of a dry 
ground: 

3 He hath no form nor comeliness; and 
when we shall see Him, there is no 
beauty that we should desire Him. 

4 He is despised and rejected of men; a 
man of sorrows, and acquainted with 
grief: 

5 And we hid as it were our faces from 
Him; He was despised, and we esteemed 
Him not. 

6 Surely He hath borne our griefs, and 
carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem 
Him stricken, smitten of God, and 
afflicted. 

7 But He was wounded for our trans- 
gressions, He was bruised for our 
iniquities: 

8 The chastisement of our peace was 
upon Him; and with His stripes we are 
healed. 

9 All we like sheep have gone astray; 
we have turned every one to his own 
way; and the Lord hath laid on Him 
the iniquity of us all. 

10 He was oppressed, and He was afflicted, 
yet He opened not His mouth: He is 
brought as a lamb to the slaughter, 
and as a sheep before her shearers is 
dumb, so He openeth not His mouth. 

11 He was taken from prison and from 
judgment: and v/ho shall declare His 
generation? 

12 For He was cut off out of the land of 
the living: for the transgression of my 
people was He stricken. 

7. The Risen Christ 
Easter 

Psalm 16 , 

1 Preserve me, O God: for in Thee do I 
put my trust. 

2 O my soul, thon hast said unto the 
Lord, Thou art my Lord: my goodness 
extendeth not to Thee; 



3 But to the saints that are in the earth, 
and to the excellent, in whom is all my 
delight. 

4 Their sorrows shall be multiplied that 
hasten after another god: their drink 
offerings of blood will I not offer, nor 
take up their names into my lips. 

5 The Lord is the portion of mine in- 
heritance and of my cup: Thou main- 
tainest my lot. 

6 The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant 
places; yea, I have a goodly heritage. 

7 I will bless the Lord, who hath given 
me counsel: my reins also instruct me 
in the night seasons. 

8 I have set the Lord always before me: 
because He is at my right hand, I shall 
not be moved. 

9 Therefore my heart is glad, and my 
glory rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest 
in hope. 

10 For Thou wilt not leave my soul in 
Sheol; neither wilt Thou suffer Thine 
Holy One to see corruption. 

11 Thou wilt show me the path of life: in 
Thy presence is fulness of joy; 

12 At Thy right hand there are pleasures 
for evermore. 

8. The Word of God 
Reformation Day 

Psalm 19: 7-Ht 

1 The law of the Lord is perfect, con- 
verting the soul: the testimony of the 
Lord is sure, making wise the simple. 

2 The statutes of the Lord are right, re- 
joicing the heart: the commandment 
of the Lord is pure, enlightening the 
eyes. 

3 The fear of the Lord'ls clean, enduring 
for ever: 

4 The judgments of the Lord are true 
and righteous altogether. 

5 More to be desired are they than gold, 
yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also 
than honey and the honeycomb. 

Morever by them is Thy servant warned : 
and in keeping of them there is great 
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7 Who can understand his errors? cleanse 
Thou me from secret faults. 

8 Keep back Thy servant also from pre- 
sumptuous sins; let them not have 
dominion over me: 

9 Then shall I be upright, and I shaU be 
innocent from the great transgression. 

10 Let the words of my mouth, and the 
meditation of my heart, be acceptable 
in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength, 
and my Redeemer. 

d. The Call and Response 
A Life Enlistment Service 

Isaiah 33 

1 The wilderness and the solitary place 
shall be glad for them; and the desert 
shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose. 

2 It shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice 
even with joy and singing: the glory 
of Lebanon shall be given unto it, 

3 The excellency of Carmel and Sharon; 
they shall see the glory of the Lord, 
and the excellency of our God. 

4 Strengthen ye the weak hands, and 
confirm the feeble knees. 

5 Say to them that are of a fearful heart, 
Be strong, fear not: behold, your God 
will come with vengeance, even God 
with a recompense; He will come and 
save you. 

6 Then the eyes of the blind shall be 
opened, and the ears of the «leaf shall 
be unstopped. 

7 Then shall the lame man leap as a hart, 
and the tongue of the dumb sing: for 
in the wilderness shall waters break 
out, and streams in the desert. 

8 And the parched ground shall become 
a pool, and the thirsty land springs of 
water: in the habitation of dragons, 
where each lay, shall be grass with 
reeds and rushes. 

9 And a highway shall be there, and a 
way, and it shall be called the way of 
holiness; 

10 The unclean shall not pass over it; but 
it shall be for those: the wayfaring 
men, though fools, shall not err therein. 



11 No lion shall be there, nor any ravenous 
beast shall go up thereon, it shall not 
be found there; but the redeemed shall 
walk there: 

12 And the ransomed of the Lord shall 
return, and come to Zion with songs 
and everlasting joy upon their heads: 
they shall obtain joy and gladness, and 
sorrow and sighing shall flee away. 

10. Faith and Trust 

Psalm 139: 1-12, 23-21, 

1 O Lord, Thou hast searched me, and 
known me. 

2 Thou knowest my downsitting and 
mine uprising; Thou understandest my 
thoughts afar off. 

3 Thou compassest my path and my lying 
down, and art acquainted with all my 
ways. 

4 Foi there is not a word in my tongue, 
but, lo, O Lord, Thou knowest it al- 
together. 

5 Thou hast beset me behind and before, 
and laid Thine hand upon me. 

6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for 
me; it is high, I cannot attain unto it. 

7 Whither shall I go from Thy Spirit? or 
whither shall I flee from Thy presence? 

8 If I ascend up into heaven, Thou art 
there: If I make my bed in Sheol, 
behold. Thou art there. 

9 If I take the wings of the morning, 
and dwell in the uttermost parts of the 
sea; 

10 Even there shall Thy hand lead me, 
and Thy right hand shall hold me. 

11 If I say. Surely the darkness shall 
cover me; even the night shall be light 
about me. 

12 Yea, the darkness hideth not from 
Thee; but the night shineth as the day: 
the darkness and the light are both alike 
to Thee. 

13 Search me, God, and know my heart: 
try me, and know my thoughts: 

14 And see if there be any wicked way in 
me, and lead me in the way everlasting. 



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11. Courage and Loyalty 
Confirmation 

Psalm 51: 1-12, 15 

1 Have mercy upon me, God, according 
to Thy loving-kindness: according unto 
the multitude of Thy tender mercies 
blot out my transgressions. 

2 Wash me thoroughly from mine in- 
iquity, and cleanse me from my sin. 

3 For I acknowledge my transgressions: 
and my sin is ever before me. 

4 Against Thee, Thee only, have I sinned, 
and done this evil in Thy sight: 

5 That Thou mightest be justified vi^hen 
Thou speakest, and be clear when Thou 
judgest. 

6 Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and 
in sin did my mother conceive me. 

7 Behold, Thou desirest truth in the in- 
ward parts: and in the hidden part 
Thou shalt make me to know wisdom. 

8 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be 
clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter 
than snow. 

9 Make me to hear joy and gladness; 
that the bones which Thou hast broken 
may rejoice. 

10 Hide Thy face from my sins, and blot 
out all mine iniquities. 

11 Create in me a clean heart, O God; and 
renew a right spirit within me. 

12 Cast me not away from Thy presence; 
and take not Thy Holy Spirit from me. 

13 Restore unto me the joy of Thy sal- 
vation; and uphold me with Thy free 
Spirit. 

14 O Lord, open Thou my lips; an(^ my 
mouth shall show forth Thy praise. 

12. Purity and Self -Control 

//. Samuel 2i: 21-29 

1 The Lord rewarded me according to my 
righteousness; according to the clean- 
ness of my hands hath He recompensed 
me. 

2 For I have kept the ways of the Lord, 
and have not wickedly departed from 
my God. 

3 For all His judgments were before me: 
and as for His statutes, I did not depart 
from them. 



4 I was also upright before Him, and 
have kept myself from mine iniquity. 

5 Therefore the Lord hath recompensed 
me according to my righteousness; ac- 
cording to my cleanness in His eye- 
sight. 

6 With the merciful Thou wilt show Thy- 
self merciful, and with the upright 
man Thou wilt show Thyself upright. 

7 With the pure Thou wilt show Thyself 
pure; and with the froward Thou wilt 
show Thyself unsavory. 

8 And the afflicted people Thou wilt save: 
but Thine eyes are upon the haughty, 
that Thou mayest bring them down. 

9 For Thou art my lamp, O Lord: and 
the Lord will lighten my darkness. 

13. Christian Service and Brotherhood, I. 

Advent 

Psalm 2i: 1-5. 7-10 

1 The earth is the Lord's, and the ful- 
ness thereof; the world, and they that 
dwell therein. 

2 For He hath founded it upon the seas, 
and established it upon the floods. 

3 Who shall ascend into the hill of the 
Lord? or who shall stand in His holy 
place? 

4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure 
heart; who hath not lifted up his soul 
unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 

5 He shall receive the blessing from the 
Lord, and righteousness from the God 
of his salvation. 

6 Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be 
ye lifted up, ye everlasting doors: and 
the King of glory shall come in. 

7 Who is this King of glory ? The Lord 
strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in 
battle. 

8 Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even 
lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and 
the King of glory shall come in. 

9 Who is the King of glory? The Lord 
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14. Christian Service and Brotherhood, II. 

The Church and Home Missions 

Jsaiah .;,'; 1-',, Iti-ls 

1 Behold, a King shall reign in right- 
eousness, and princes shall rule in 
justice. 

2 And a man shall be as a hiding place 
from the wind, and a covert from the 
tempest; 

3 As rivers of water in a dry place, as 
the shadow of a great rock in a weary 
land. 

4 And the eyes of them that see shall 
not be dim, and the ears of them that 
hear shall hearken. 

5 The heart also of the rash shall under- 
stand knowledge, and the tongue of the 
stammerers shall be ready to speak 
plainly. 

4> Then justice shall dwell in the wil- 
derness, and righteousness remain in 
the fruitful field. 

7 And the work of righteousness shall be 
peace; and the effect of righteousness, 
quietness and assurance for ever. 

8 And my people shall dwell in a peaceable 
habitation, and in sure dwellings, and 
in quiet resting places. 

15. Christian Service and Brotherhood, III. 

World Missions 

Psalm S9: 1-7 

1 I will sing of the mercies of the Lord 
for ever: with my mouth will I make 
known Thy faithfulness to all gen- 
erations. 

2 For I have said, Mercy shall be built 
up for ever: Thy faithfulness shalt 
Thou establish in the very heavens. 

3 I have made a covenant with my chosen, 
I have sworn unto David my servant, 

4 Thy seed will I establish for ever, and 
build up Thy throne to all generations. 

5 And the heavens shall praise Thy won- 
ders, O Lord: Thy faithfulness also in 
the congregations of the saints. 

6 For who in the heaven can be compared 
unto the Lord? who among the sons of 
the mighty can be likened unto the Lord? 



7 God is greatly to be feared in the as- 
sembly of the saints, and to be had in 
reverence of all them that are about 
Him. 

16. Our Country 

Patriotic 

Pxabn JJ: 1-12 

1 Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous: 
for praise is comely for the upright. 

2 Praise the Lord with harp: sing unto 
Him with the psaltery and an in- 
strument of ten strings. 

3 Sing unto Him a new song: play skill- 
fully with a loud noise. 

4 For the word of the Lord is right; and 
all His works are done in truth. 

5 He loveth righteousness and judgment: 
the earth is full of the goodness of the 
Lord. 

(> By the word of the Lord were the 
heavens made; and all the host of them 
by the breath of His mouth. 

7 He gathereth the waters of the sea 
together as a heap: He layeth up the 
depth in storehouses. 

8 Let all the earth fear the Lord: let all 
the inhabitants of the world stand in 
awe of Him. 

9 For He spake, and it was done: He 
commanded, and it stood fast. 

10 The Lord bringeth the counsel of the 
heathen to naught: He maketh the 
devices of the people of none effect. 

11 The counsel of the Lord standeth for 
ever, the thoughts of His heart to all 
generations. 

12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the 
Lord; and the people whom He hath 
chosen for His own inheritance. 

1 7. Harvest and Thanksgiving 

Psalm 05 

1 Praise waiteth for Thee, O God, in 
Zion: and unto Thee shall the vow be 
performed. 

2 O Thou that hearest prayer, unto Thee 
shall all flesh come. 

3 Iniquities prevail against me: as for 
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4 Blessed is the man whom Thou choosest, 
and causest to approach unto Thee, 
that he may dwell in Thy courts: 

5 We shall be satisfied with the goodness 
of Thy house, even of Thy holy temple. 

6 By terrible things in righteousness wilt 
Thou answer us, O God of our salvation ; 

7 Who art the confidence of all the ends 
of the earth, and of them that are afar 
off upon the sea: 

8 Which by His strength setteth fast the 
mountains; being girded with power: 

9 Which stilleth the noise of the seas, 
the noise of their waves, and the tumult 
of the people. 

10 They also that dwell in the uttermost 
parts are afraid at Thy tokens: Thou 
makest the outgoings of the morning 
and evening to rejoice. 

11 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest 
it: Thou greatly enrichest it with the 
river of God, which is full of water: 
Thou preparest them corn, when Thou 
hast so provided for it. 

12 Thou waterest the ridges thereof abun- 
dantly : Thou settlest the furrows 
thereof: 

13 Thou makest it soft with showers: 
Thou blessest the springing thereof. 

14 Thou crownest the year with Thy good- 
ness; and Thy paths drop fatness. 

15 They drop upon the pastures of the 
wilderness: and the little hills rejoice 
on every side. 

16 The pastures are clothed with flocks; 
the valleys also are covered over with 
corn; they shout for joy, they also sing. 



18. Rally Day — Promotion 

Proverbs 4 .' 1-13 

1 Hear, ye children, the instruction of a 
father, and attend to know under- 
standing. 



good doctrine, forsake 



2 For I give you 
ye not my law. 

3 For I was my father's son, tender and 
only beloved in the sight of my mother. 

4 He taught me also, and said unto me, 
Let thine heart retain my words: keep 
my commandments, and live. 

5 Get wisdom, get understanding: forget 
it not; neither decline from the words 
of my mouth. 

6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve 
thee: love her, and she shall keep thee. 

7 Wisdom is the principal thing; there- 
fore get wisdom: and with all thy get- 
ting get understanding. 

8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: 
she shall bring thee to honour, when 
thou dost embrace her. 

9 She shall give to thine head an orna- 
ment of grace: a crown of glory shall 
she deliver to thee. 

10 Hear, O my son, and receive my say- 
ings; and the years of thy life shall be 
many. 

11 I have taught thee in the way of wis- 
dom; I have led thee in right paths. 

12 When thou goest, thy steps shall not 
be straitened; and when thou runnest, 
thou shalt not stumble. 

13 Take fast hold of instruction; let her 
not go: keep her; for she is thy life. 



Ube Bpostles' (Iree& 

I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth: 
And in Jesus Christ His only begotten Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the 
Holy Ghost; born of the Virgin Mary; suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified 
dead, and buried; He descended into hell; the third day He rose again from the dead 
He ascended into heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty 
from thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. 

I believe in the Holy Ghost; the one Holy Universal, Christian Church; the 
communion of saints; the forgiveness of sins; the resurrection of the body, and the life 
everlasting. Amen. 

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Opening Prayer 

Our Heavenly Father, we thank Thee for this new Sabbath day that has 
dawned. Make it a day of rest and gladness. May this day be a source of 
inspiration and power for the entire week, for our hours of work and ret-reation, 
our joys and sorrows. 

Bless, O Heavenly Father, our Sunday-school this day. Bless the othcers, 
the teachers and the scholars, and those who have come to visit with us. Bless 
us as we study the lesson. We pray for ail the services of this day. Bless 
Thy Word wherever it is taug-ht or preached. According* to Thy promise, let 
it not return unto Thee void, but accomplish that whereunto Thou hast sent it. 

We pray for our Country, and for all nations; for our entire Church and all 
its activities; for the Church universal in all lands and in all nations. Speed 
the coming of Thy kingdom, through Jesus Christ, our Saviour. All this we 
ask, together with the forgiveness of our sins, in Jesus' name. Amen. 

Closing Prayer "• ^ ^ '"^'^ 

Heavenly Father, we thank Thee for Thy word, which is a power unto 
salvation. Graciously help us to receive the truths taught us in this sacred 
hour and to translate them into forms of living service acceptable unto Thee. 
Forgive us all inattentiveness, all indifference and coldness of heart. Help us 
to be grateful for the blessings of the Sunday-school and the Church, and may 
through our efforts Thy Church become more and more a power for good in 
all the world. Lovingly watch over us through this week. Mercifully protect 
us from all harm. Graciously keep us in Thy love. Patiently bear with us 
and help us to walk in Thy ways. We commend all that we have and ai-e to 
Thee, O God, and pray that Thou wouldst do for us according to Thine infinite 
love and wisdom, through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen. h. j. ScMek 



William Walsham How. 1S5S 



Offertory Hymn 



Robert Schumann, 1810-1856 



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2. May we Thy boun - ties thus As stew-ards true re - ceive, 

3. The cap - tive to re - lease, To God the lost to bring, 

4. And we be - lieve Thy word, Though dim our faith may be; 



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What-e'er for Thine we do, Lord, We do it un - to Thee. 



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