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Hymns for Today: for Sunday Schools, Young People's Societies, The Church, The Home, Community Welfare Associations, and Patriotic Meetings

Editor: J. H. Fillmore
Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, 1920
Language: English
Notes: Hymn from the order of worship and numbered at the end by page numbers
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
1Be still! be still! for all around[Be still! be still! for all around]TextAudio
2From all that dwell below the skies[From all that dwell below the skies]Audio
3Praise God, from whom all blessings flowDOXOLOGY
4At thy feet, our God and FatherBETHANY
5We come with songs of gladness[We come with songs of gladness]
6Worship the Lord in the beauty of holinessMONSELL
7Day by day we magnify TheeCARTER
8Come, thou almighty KingITALIAN HYMN
9Holy, holy, holy! Lord God AlmightyNICAEA
10Lord, we come before thee nowHENDON
11We praise thee, Lord, with earliest morning rayBENEDICTION
12O worship the King, all-glorious aboveLYONS
13The Lord is in his holy temple[The Lord is in his holy temple]Audio
14O day of rest and gladnessMENDEBRAS
15Oft as returns the Holy Day[Oft as returns the Holy Day]TextAudio
16Sweet is the work, my God, my King[Sweet is the work, my God, my King]Audio
17When Lord's day morning comes so fair and bright[When Lord's day morning comes so fair and bright]TextAudio
18Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S, WINDSOR
19We plough the fields and scatterARATOR
20We praise thee, O God, in thy name we rejoice[We praise thee, O God, in thy name we rejoice]TextAudio
21The spacious firmament on highCREATION
22A mighty fortress is our God[A mighty fortress is our God]
23Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEY
24Abide with me! fast falls the eventideEVENTIDE
25O God, we pray thee, bless thy childrenINVOCATIONTextAudio
26Day is dying in the westEVENING PRAISE
27Hark, the nightly church-bell numbersEVENING HYMNTextAudio
28Now the day is overEMMELAR
29The Lord Bless thee and Keep Thee[The Lord Bless thee and Keep Thee]Audio
30Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raiseBENEDICTION
31Lord, at this closing hourBOYLSTON
32God be with you till we meet again[God be with you till we meet again]
33He leadeth me: O blessed thot![He leadeth me: O blessed thot!]
34The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPORTUGUESE HYMN
35The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know[The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know]
36When on quiet seas I sail[When on quiet seas I sail]TextAudio
37How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord[How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord]
38After a day of toilingSONGS IN THE NIGHTTextAudio
39We know that God is on the throne[We know that God is on the throne]TextAudio
40Thru the love of God our Saviour[Thru the love of God our Saviour]
41O God, our help in ages pastDUNDEE
42Lead, kindly Light! amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNA
43Though stars should fall and earth should shakeJEHOVAH REIGNSTextAudio
44There's a wideness in God's mercyWELLESLEY
45Nearer, my God, to Thee[Nearer, my God, to Thee]
46Surrounded by unnumbered foes[Surrounded by unnumbered foes]Audio
47Father, lead me day by dayFLOWER
48Thou art my Shepherd[Thou art my Shepherd]
49Be not dismayed whate'er betide[Be not dismayed whate'er betide]
50A guiding hand I clearly trace[A guiding hand I clearly trace]TextAudio
51My God, how wonderful Thou artSERENITY
52Who would not love the BibleAURELIAText
53O wonderful word of salvation[O wonderful word of salvation]
54Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace[Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace]
55Open my eyes, that I may see[Open my eyes, that I may see]
56Sing them over again to me[Sing them over again to me]
57The heavens declare thy glory, Lord!WALTHAM
58Break Thou the bread of lifeBREAD OF LIFE
59Are you building on the Rock[Are you building on the Rock]TextAudio
60Holy One, the InfinitePARACLETETextAudio
61Gracious Spirit, dwell with meDYKESAudio
62Love divine, all love excellingBEECHER
63Comfort ye! comfort ye! comfort ye my people![Comfort ye! comfort ye! comfort ye my people!]TextAudio
64Joy to the world! the Lord is comeANTIOCH
65He cometh, the Shiloh expected long[He cometh, the Shiloh expected long]TextAudio
66Hark, the herald angels singHERALD ANGELS
67Not by might or by pow'r[Not by might or by pow'r]TextAudio
68It came upon the midnight clearCAROL
69Arise, arise and shine! thy light is come[Arise, arise and shine! thy light is come]TextAudio
70O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphantADESTE FIDELES
71Seeking a King who was born in a manger[Seeking a King who was born in a manger]TextAudio
72O little town of Bethlehem[O little town of Bethlehem]
73Do you know the song that the angels sang[Do you know the song that the angels sang]
74Brightest and best of the sons of the morningLAURAAudio
75Silent night! holiest night![Silent night! holiest night!]
76Away in a manger[Away in a manger]
77As with gladness men of oldDIX
78There's a song in the air![There's a song in the air!]Audio
79Gifts for the King we bring tonight[Gifts for the King we bring tonight]TextAudio
80O night of glory, when the angels sang[O night of glory, when the angels sang]TextAudio
81Star divine, that led the wise men[Star divine, that led the wise men]TextAudio
82Out of the pain of the world[Out of the pain of the world]TextAudio
83O Child of lowly manger birthCANONBURY
84I think, when I read that sweet story of old[I think, when I read that sweet story of old]
85Tell me the stories of JesusSTORIES OF JESUS
86Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy kingly crownMARGARET
87My Master was a worker[My Master was a worker]Audio
88Thru all the temple ringing[Thru all the temple ringing]TextAudio
89When, his salvation bringing[When, his salvation bringing]
90Long ago in old Judea[Long ago in old Judea]TextAudio
91Thou didst teach the thronging people[Thou didst teach the thronging people]
92How beauteous were the marks divineBROOKFIELD
93All glory, laud, and honorST. THEODULPH
94Along the ancient highway in crowds the people throng[Along the ancient highway in crowds the people throng]TextAudio
95When I survey the wondrous crossHAMBURG
96Lord, as to Thy dear cross we fleeEVAN
97There is a green hill far away[There is a green hill far away]TextAudio
98Beneath the shadow of the crossST. AGNES
99In the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUN
100For His dear sake who carried[For His dear sake who carried]TextAudio

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