The Cyber Hymnal

The Cyber Hymnal™ (http://www.hymntime.com/tch) is a website established in 1996 by Dick Adams. It has over 10,000 Christian hymns from many denominations and languages. It provides lyrics, sheet music, audio, pictures, biographies, history and more. The worship and educational resource is provided as a public service and gets an average of 24,000 visitors per month. Mr. Adams has graciously allowed Hymnary.org to add his resources to our site. (Note: the site that calls itself NetHymnal at cyberhymnal.org is not affiliated with The Cyber Hymnal™ in any way.)
Editor: Dick Adams
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10721Fount of everlasting love!HOMERTextScoreAudio
10722To praise our Shepherd’s careOLMUTZTextScoreAudio
10723If it be true that the Father so loved[If it be true that the Father so loved]TextScoreAudio
10724If kneeling at the gate of prayer[If kneeling at the gate of prayer]TextScoreAudio
10725If Solomon for wisdom prayedHESPERUSTextScoreAudio
10726Why, on the bending willows hungCAIROTextScoreAudio
10727Disowned of Heav’n, by man oppressedWARRINGTONTextScoreAudio
10728If the love of all ages since time was begun[If the love of all ages since time was begun]TextScoreAudio
10729If the Savior journey with me[If the Savior journey with me]TextScoreAudio
10730If the world from you withhold of its silver and its gold[If the world from you withhold of its silver and its gold]TextScoreAudio
10731Thy Father’s house! Thine own bright home!DEUS TUORUM MILITUMTextScoreAudio
10732If you cannot cross the oceanANTRIMTextScoreAudio
10733If you from sin[If you from sin]TextScoreAudio
10734If you in Heav’n would stay, throughout eternal day[If you in Heav'n would stay, throughout eternal day]TextScoreAudio
10735If you would come after Me, to your self say noST. GERTRUDETextScoreAudio
10736I love the Lord, who died for meKING OF KINGSTextScoreAudio
10737In a manger far away[In a manger far away]TextScoreAudio
10739In a world so full of weeping[In a world so full of weeping]TextScoreAudio
10740In Bethlehem, that noble place[In Bethlehem, that noble place]TextScoreAudio
10741A guilty soul, by Pharisees of old[A guilty soul, by Pharisees of old]TextScoreAudio
10742Whoever receiveth the crucified OneEPAPHRODITUSTextScoreAudio
10743O Christian trav’ler, fear no more[Oh Christian trav'ler, fear no more]TextScoreAudio
10744Have our hearts grown cold since the days of old?[Have our hearts grown cold since the days of old]TextScoreAudio
10745We bow our knees unto the Father[We bow our knees unto the Father]TextScoreAudio
10746Weary of walking alone[Weary of walking alone]TextScoreAudio
10747In bondage to the LawST. THOMASTextScoreAudio
10748In dreams I see the heav’nly land[In dreams I see the heav'nly land]TextScoreAudio
10749In fancy we picture that beautiful land[In fancy we picture that beautiful land]TextScoreAudio
10750In His rude manger-bed sleeping[In His rude manger-bed sleeping]TextScoreAudio
10751The night is far spent, and the day is at handCHARIOTTextScoreAudio
10752In Judah’s rugged wildernessRICHMONDTextScoreAudio
10753In lands far away o’er the sea[In lands far away o'er the sea]TextScoreAudio
10754In lowering gloom and cloudinessKOWLOONTextScoreAudio
10755In moments of doubt and of trials severe[In moments of doubt and trials severe]TextScoreAudio
10756Six weary hours extendedMONSELLTextScoreAudio
10757In our hearts celestial voicesCELESTIAL VOICESTextScoreAudio
10758In sin I wandered sore and sad[In sin I wandered sore and sad]TextScoreAudio
10759In that awful hour when all the tribes of men[In that awful hour when all the tribes of men]TextScoreAudio
10760In that beautiful home over there[In that beautiful home over there]TextScoreAudio
10761Hark! the trumpet, earth’s four regionsZUM FRIEDENTextScoreAudio
10762In the blessed crimson fountainPAMPLONATextScoreAudio
10763In the country nigh to Bethlehem[In the country nigh to Bethlehem]TextScoreAudio
10764In the day of all days, when the world shall be judged[In the day of all days, when the world shall be judged]TextScoreAudio
10765In the distant lands of darkness[In the distant lands of darkness]TextScoreAudio
10766Day of Life, all sorrows endingSAILINGTextScoreAudio
10767The land before them, where to chooseMARTYRDOMTextScoreAudio
10768All souls are Mine beneath the skyWAREHAMText
10769Weep no more this holy morningFIDESTextScoreAudio
10770Now from his cradle comes the child[Now from his cradle comes the child]TextScoreAudio
10771When Jesus stood upon the shoreALAMEDATextScoreAudio
10772O, enter then the Temple, whenADAMSTOWNTextScoreAudio
10773In the early morning, ere the darkness clears BORROWTextScoreAudio
10774In the eye of the hurricane[In the eye of the hurricane]TextAudio
10775In the far better land of glory and light[In the far better land of glory and light]TextScoreAudio
10776To Calvary ascendingKILMOREYTextScoreAudio
10777In the hallowed manger[In the hallowed manger]TextScoreAudio
10778In the heavenly clime we shall meet some time[In the heavenly clime we shall meet some time]TextScoreAudio
10779In the hush of early morningGIBRALTARTextScoreAudio
10780In the pleasant land of Heaven[In the pleasant land of Heaven]TextScoreAudio
10781Jesu, solace of my soulNAPLESTextScoreAudio
10782In the precious Bible[In the precious Bible]TextScoreAudio
10783In the tempest of life, when the wave and the galeCHRISTMAS SONGTextAudio
10784In the times of bitter trouble[In the times of bitter trouble]TextScoreAudio
10785In the warfare that is raging[In the warfare that is raging]TextScoreAudio
10786Christian, wouldst thou boast arightRATISBONTextScoreAudio
10787Come praise the Lord, exalt His nameAPOCALYPSETextScoreAudio
10788In time of tribulationAURELIATextScoreAudio
10789In vain my fancy strives to paintANCYRATextScoreAudio
10790In vain the Savior’s mightiest foesERHALT UNS HERRTextScoreAudio
10791Now the world new pleasures findsTHE BEGINNING OF MONTHSTextScoreAudio
10792Christian! walk carefully—danger is nearHABANATextScoreAudio
10793Choose I must, and soon must chooseSONOMATextScoreAudio
10794"Some day," we say, and turn our eyesCOIMBATORETextScoreAudio
10795The awful noontide gloom is o’erWINDSORTextScoreAudio
10796How shall I look upon that browMAITLANDTextScoreAudio
10797O Holy Dove, assist my loveIOWA CITYText
10798Through miry paths I labored onABENDSTextScoreAudio
10799Day of anger, day of wonderDIES IRAE (MONTREAL)TextScoreAudio
10800In what confusion earth appears!PENTECOSTTextScoreAudio
10801O Lord, the wilderness to meBERATextScoreAudio
10802Infinite love! that first beganST. CRISPINTextScoreAudio
10803Into Thy hands, O Lord[Into Thy Hands, O Lord]TextScoreAudio
10804Is it nothing to thee, is it nothing to thee[Is it nothing to thee, is it nothing to thee]TextScoreAudio
10805Is this a time to plant and buildLEST WE FORGETTextScoreAudio
10806Brother in Christ! thy heart prepareTRAFALGARTextScoreAudio
10807O hadst thou known, in this dayST. CATHERINETextScoreAudio
10808A heart, O God, that pain nor sorrow tirethCHRISTE SANCTORUMTextScoreAudio
10809Holy Spirit, Lord of gloryINGATESTONETextScore
10810I hear a song, a song so sweet[I hear a song, a song so sweet]TextScoreAudio
10811The Spirit and the Bride say, Come[The Spirit and the Bride say, Come]TextScoreAudio
10812O love surpassing knowledge!BOISETextScoreAudio
10813O my heart is thrilled with wondrous joy today[O my heart is thrilled with wondrous joy today]Text
10814Would you know why I love Jesus?[Would you know why I love Jesus]TextScoreAudio
10815All, yes all, I give to JesusESCONDIDOTextScoreAudio
10816Repeat the sweet story of Jesus to me[Repeat the sweet story of Jesus to me]TextScoreAudio
10817I’ve learned to sing a glad new songPHUKETTextScoreAudio
10818Is your heart filled with sorrow[Is your heart filled with sorrow]TextScoreAudio
10819Is your heart grieving o’er life and its care?[Is your heart grieving o'er life and its care]TextScoreAudio
10820Is your path a cloudy, dreary way?[Is your path a cloudy, dreary way]TextScoreAudio
10821Hope on, hope on, O troubled heartCORUÑATextScoreAudio

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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