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Church Hymnal, Mennonite: a collection of hymns and sacred songs suitable for use in public worship, worship in the home, and all general occasions (40th ed.)

Editor: J. D. Brunk, S. F. Coffman
Publisher: Mennonite Publishing House, Scottdale, Pennsylvania, 2017
Denomination: Mennonite Church USA
Language: English
Notes: 7-shape Aikin notation
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
300If ye then with Christ be risen[If ye then with Christ be risen]
301Fade, fade, each earthly joyLUNDIE
302Let Thy grace, Lord, make me lowlyLOVE DIVINE
303Peace through the cross shall come[Peace through the cross shall come]
304Let there be light, Lord God of HostsMISSIONARY CHANT
305Lord, as to Thy dear cross we fleeGREEN HILL
306O wherefore do the nations rageUXBRIDGE
307We know that God is on the throne[We know that God is on the throne]
308What grace, O Lord, and beauty shoneMARGUERITE
309We've a story to tell to the nationsMESSAGE
310One sweetly solemn thought Comes to me o'er and o'erDULCE DOMUM
311Almighty Maker of my frameVENN
312A few more years shall rollTHE PILGRIMTune Info
313By Christ redeemed, in Christ restoredIN MEMORIAM
314Bread of heav'n, on Thee we feedMOUNT ZION
315Alas! and did my Saviour bleed? And did my Sov'reign die?ST. AGNESText Info
316Saw ye my Saviour, saw ye my SaviourATONEMENT
317"Till He come!" O let the wordsREYNOLDSTONE
318According to Thy gracious Word, In meek humilityDALEHURST
319Blest feast of love divineST. ANDREW
320O happy day that fixed my choice[O happy day that fixed my choice]
321Baptized into our Saviour's deathEVAN
322My God, accept my heart this daySAWLEY
323We bless the name of Christ, the LordRETREAT
324O Lord, while we confess the worthMARLOW
325Extol the love of Christ, ye saintsVARINA
326Behold, where, in a mortal formST. SAVIOUR
327Christ in the night He was betrayedHEBRON
328Love consecrates the humblest act[Love consecrates the humblest act]
329All praise to our redeeming LordDEDHAM
330When Christ beheld, in sin's dark nightBARTHOLDI
331Let saints on earth in concert singBROWN
332Lo, what a pleasant sightGERAR
333How pleasant and how good it isINVITATION
334The Church's one Foundation Is Jesus Christ her LordAURELIA
335Glorious things of thee are spokenAUSTRIAN HYMN
336Oh, where are the kings and empires nowST. ANNE
337Zion, awake, thy strength renewHESPERUS
338Ye are the light of the worldTHE LIGHT
339I love Thy kingdom, LordBEALOTH
340On the mountain's top appearingZION
341Zion stands with hills surroundedMOUNT ZION
342City of God, how broad and farNOX PRAECESSIT
343People of the living God, I have sought the worldENNIUS
344Lord, in Thy presence here we meetEVAN
345Jesus, from whom all blessings flowDUKE STREET
346Enter, Jesus bids thee welcomeCORINTH
347Children of the heav'nly King, as ye journeyPLEYEL'S HYMN
348How pleasant, how divinely fairWARRINGTON
349Lord of the Church, we humbly prayBREMEN
350Let Zion's watchman all awakeARMENIA
351Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningWESLEY
352Lord, when at Thy commandLEOMINSTER
353Pass me not, O gentle Saviour[Pass me not, O gentle Saviour]
354I need Thee ev'ry hour, Most gracious Lord[I need Thee ev'ry hour]
355As pants the hart for cooling streamsBEATITUDO
356We would see Jesus; for the shadows lengthenFELIX
357Jesus, keep me near the cross[Jesus, keep me near the cross]
358O God, the Rock of AgesGREENLAND
359More love to thee, O Christ[More love to Thee, O Christ]
360O Thou in all Thy might so farBOARDMAN
361As thirsts the hart for water brooksBELOIT
362I could not do without Thee, O SaviourMAGDALENA
363O Jesus, I have promisedANGEL'S STORY
364O love that casts out fearST. DENYS
365Oh, for a heart to praise my GodSOLITUDE
366Eternal Source of joys divineST. NICHOLAS
367Oh, for a closer walk with GodELIZABETHTOWNText Info
368Nearer, still nearer, close to Thy heart[Nearer, still nearer]
369Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to TheeBETHANY
370Above the trembling elementsDUNDEE
371Father, I stretch my hands to TheeAZMON
372I would love Thee, God and Father[I would love Thee, God and Father]
373Jesus, lover of my soulREFUGE
374Jesus, lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDE
375Jesus, lover of my soulMARTYN
376Smiling skies will bend above us[Smiling skies will bend above us]
377The sands of time are sinkingRUTHERFORD
378With tearful eyes I look aroundCOME TO ME
379Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish[Come, ye disconsolate]
380Art thou weary, art thou languidBULLINGER
381Thou hidden source of calm reposePATER OMNIUM
382I heard the voice of Jesus say[I heard the voice of Jesus say]
383He leadeth me: O blessed tho't[He leadeth me]
384In heav'nly love abidingAURELIA
385All the way my Saviour leads me[All the way my Saviour leads me]
386To Thy pastures, fair and largeHENDON
387Rock of Ages, cleft for meTOPLADY
388O Holy Saviour, Friend unseenFLEMMING
389My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of CalvaryOLIVET
390I am trusting in my Saviour, With a calm[I am trusting in my Saviour]
391How gentle God's commandsDENNIS
392My God, my Father, --blissful nameJERUSALEM
393Unto the hills around do I lift up My longing eyesLUX BEATA
394Call Jehovah thy salvationMOULTRIE
395Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on His gentle breast[Safe in the arms of Jesus]
396God moves in a mysterious wayDUNFERMLINE
397God is the refuge of His saintsWARD
398Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine[Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine]
399O Father, lead us Gently by the hand[O Father, lead us Gently by the hand]

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