Hymns, Chants and Anthems. Selected and arranged by J. H. Thom

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A little child in bulrush ark W J Fox 240
Thou art gone to the grave but we will not deplore thee Heber 516
Who can by searching find out
Thou God art a consuming fire
O God whose holy child this morn
Lord of the worlds above Watts 60
Great Ruler of all natures frame Doddridge 487
Blessed are the humble souls Watts 360
Under thy wings my God I rest
Who gracious Father shall complain
CHRIST AND CHRISTIANITY
Hail to the Lords anointed Montgomery 158
O Lord our languid souls inspire
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How sweetly flowed the Gospels sound Bowring 165
Lord thou didst arise and say Milman 168
Why thus my soul cast down
O make us apt to seek and quick to find
Hath not thy heart within thee burned ? Bulfinch 595
Bless O Lord the opening year Newton 525
Descend to thy Jerusalem O Lord Jeremy Taylor Martineaus Col 195
Almighty God in prayer to thee W S Roscoe 453
On the first Christian Sabbath
Lord thou hast been thy peoples rest Montgomery 520
What power unseen by mortal
When gathering clouds around me rise
O Saviour is thy promise fled
Raise your triumphant songs
Mark the soft falling snow Doddridge 228
O say not thou are left of
IV THE CHURCH OF CHRIST 233244
Remembrance of the dead revives
Work work today the night comes fast
THE CHRISTIAN LIFE
May the grace of Christ our Saviour Newton 580
Thus shalt thou love the Almighty Lord E Taylor
Salt of the earth ye virtuous
When gracious Lord when shall it
Thy name Almighty Lord
He prayeth best who loveth best Coleridge 337
As body when the soul has fled Drummond 323
When like a stranger on our sphere
Scorn not the slightest word or deed
O suffering friend of human kind
My God my king thy various praise Watts 131
Far from mortal cares retreating
Wherefore should man frail child of
Father divine before thy view
As for some dear familiar strain Keble 361
Times without number have I prayed
O thou to whose allsearching sight J Wesley 470
Ask and ye shall receive Montgomery 399
RESIGNATION AND PEACE 401418
Lord when we seek thy throne of grace Barton 403
T is my happiness below
O that I knew where I might find
cannot call affliction sweet Montgomery 474
EARTH AND HEAVEN
O bless the Lord my soul Watts 92
Shew pity Lord O Lord forgive
Tell me not in mournful numbers Longfellow 446
THE HOUSEHOLD OF GOD 433405
Assembled at thy great command Collyer 544
Oft when the waves of passion rise C Wesley 170
Soon will our fleeting hours be past
The Lord will come and not be slow Milton 447
Our banner is the eternal God Doddridge 303
For ever with the Lord Montgomery 457
O thou from whom all goodness flows
AFFLICTION COMFORTED 466504
Give to our God immortal praise Watts 106
He sendeth sun He sendeth shower S F Adams 271
If love the noblest purest best E Taylor 201
left the God of truth and light Montgomery 391
The Closing Year See 48 49 247 526 527
Yes theres a better world on high
the prisoner of the Lord
God of the earnest heart Anon 383
Lord whos the bappy man that may Tate and Brady 350
Our Father bless us ere we go Faber 529
Author of good to thee I turn Merrick 254
Close of a day 528 529
Call them from the dead W J Fox 523
Part in peace Is day before us S F Adams 583
Laying the foundation stone of a Church 538
The Temple not made with hands
The Saviour what a noble flame Cowper 172
The prospect of Old
In Penitence
To thee our wants are known
Benedictus
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To the Father through the
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