The Advent Christian Hymnal

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d201Eternal God, Almighty Cause
d202Eternal God, celestial King
d203Eternal source of every joy
d204Eternal Spirit, we confess
d205Fade, fade, each [all] earthly joy
d206Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss
d207Faith, hope, and charity, these three
d208Faith is a living power from heaven
d209Faith is the brightest evidence
d210Far as thy name is known
d211Far down the ages now
d212Far from mortal cares retreating
d213Far o'er the land the precious grain
d214Father divine, the Savior cried
d215Father, in whom we live, In whom we are and move
d216Father of mercies, in thy [your] word
d217Father of our feeble race
d218Father, to thee my soul I lift
d219For many years we've journeyed on
d220For thee, O dear, dear city
d221Forever with the Lord [our God], amen, so let it be
d222Forgive us, Lord, to thee we cry
d223Forth in thy name [strength], O Lord, I [we] go
d224Fountain of grace, rich, full, and free
d225From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d226From every danger, doubt and fear
d227From every stormy wind [sense] that blows
d228From Greenland's icy mountains
d229From whence doth [does] this [the] union arise
d230Give me a heart of calm repose
d231Glad tidings, glad tidings, the Kingdom is near
d232Glad tidings of great joy to men
d233Glorious things of thee are spoken
d234Glory be to God on high, God whose glory fills the sky
d235Glory to God on high, Our peace is made with heaven
d236Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]
d237Go, bury thy [your] sorrow, The world hath [has] its share
d238Go forth, ye heralds, in my [his] name
d239Go, labor on, spend and be spent
d240Go, labor on, while it is day
d241God be with you till we meet again
d242God bless our native land, Firm may she
d243God guard the poor, We may not see
d244God, in the gospel of his [the] Son
d245God is love, for us he careth
d246God is the refuge of his saints
d247God loved [loves] the [a] world of sinners lost
d248God moves in a mysterious way
d249God of light and matchless splendor
d250God of my life, whose gracious power
d251God of the prophets' power
d252God, the eternal, mighty God
d253God, to correct a [the] guilty world
d254God's long silence must be broken
d255Gone, and the world to go on as before
d256Good news, good news I hear
d257Gracious Redeemer, shake this slumber
d258Grant me within thy courts a place
d259Great God, attend, while Zion sings [children sing] [here we sing]
d260Great God, how infinite art thou
d261Great God, I own my sentence just
d262Great God, to thee my evening song
d263Great is the Lord our God
d264Great King of nations, hear our prayer
d265Great Shepherd of thy people, hear
d266Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews
d267Hail, great Creator, wise and good
d268Hail, mighty Jesus, how divine
d269Hail, sacred truth, whose piercing rays
d270Hail, sovereign love, that first began
d271Hail the day that sees him rise
d272Hail, thou once despised Jesus
d273Hallelujah, Christ is risen
d274Happy the Church, thou [the] sacred place
d275Happy the heart where graces reign
d276Hark, my soul, it is the Lord
d277Hark, ten thousand, thousand voices Sing the song
d278Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comes
d279Hark, the notes of angels singing
d280Hark, the song of jubilee
d281Hark, the voice of love and mercy
d282Hark, 'tis the voice of Jesus Calling to thee
d283Haste, my dull soul
d284Haste, traveller, haste, the night comes on
d285Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power
d286Have you heard of the appointment for a meeting in the air
d287He comes, he comes, the judge severe
d288He comes, the royal conqueror comes
d289He is everything to me
d290He is gone, a cloud of light
d291He leadeth me, O blessed thought
d292He lives, the [that] great Redeemer [Creator] lives
d293He reigns, the Lord, the [our] Savior reigns
d294He that [who] goeth forth with weeping, Bearing [sowing] precious seed in love
d295He wills that I should holy be
d296Hear the news, glad news of Jesus
d297Hear what God the Lord hath [has] spoken
d298Heir of the Kingdom, O, why dost thou slumber
d299Help us, O Lord, thy yoke to wear
d300Here all worldly cares forgetting

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