Hymnal: according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America

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201Forth from the dark and stormy skyText
202The Church's one foundationText
203Thou God, all glory, honour, powerText
204To Jesus our exalted LordText
205My God, and is Thy table spreadText
206And are we now brought near to GodText
207Bread of the world, in mercy brokenText
208Come, let us join our cheerful songsText
209Bread of heaven, on Thee we feedText
210Shepherd of souls, refresh and blessText
211According to Thy gracious wordText
212The gentle Saviour callsText
213Savior, Who Thy flock art feedingText
214In token that thou shalt not fearText
215Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayText
216Soldiers of Christ, arise, Text
217My God! the covenant of Thy loveText
218Jesus, and shall it ever beText
219When, His salvation bringingText
220Glory to the Father giveText
221How bless'd are they who always keepText
222O happy is the man who hearsText
223What a strange and wondrous storyText
224By cool Siloam's shady rillText
225Jesu, meek and gentleText
226I think when I read that sweet story of oldText
227In the vineyard of our FatherText
228O write upon my memory, LordText
229Saviour, like a shepherd lead usText
230When Jesus left His Father's throneText
231There is a green hill far awayText
232Onward, Christian soldiersText
233Once in royal David's CityText
234My God, accept my heart this dayText
235O happy day that stays my choiceText
236Jesus, I my cross have takenText
237My faith looks up to TheeText
238Thine for ever: -- God of loveText
239Witness ye men and angels; nowText
240Draw, Holy Ghost, Thy seven fold veilText
241Lord, shall Thy children come to Thee?Text
242Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty LordText
243His mercy and His truthText
244May God accept our vowText
245O God of hosts, the mighty LordText
246How welcome was the callText
247Deign this union to approveText
248The voice that breathed o'er EdenText
249Our hearts to Thee in prayer we bowText
250When gathering clouds around I viewText
251Lord, as to Thy dear cross we fleeText
252When our heads are bowed with woeText
253Thou art my Hiding-place, O Lord!Text
254Thy way, not mine, O LordText
255When musing sorrow weeps the pastText
256My God, my Father, while I stray Text
257Whate'er my God ordains is rightText
258Lord, let me know my term of daysText
259Hear what the voice from heaven declaresText
260Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Text
261Not for the dead in Christ we weepText
262Safe Home, safe Home in port!Text
263Tender Shepherd, Thou hast stilledText
264My soul, with grateful thoughts of loveText
265Fierce was the wild billowText
266When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streamingText
267Eternal Father, strong to saveText
268O thou who didst prepareText
269Lord, for the just thou dost provideText
270Lord, pour Thy Spirit from on highText
271Father of mercies, bow Thine earText
272Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measuresText
273Go forth, ye heralds, in My NameText
274How beautiful the feet that bringText
275This stone to Thee in faith we layText
276O Lord of Hosts, Whose glory fillsText
277With one consent let all the earthText
278I'll wash my hands in innocenceText
279Christ is our corner-stoneText
280O with due reverence let us allText
281O 't was a joyful sound to hearText
282Christ is made the sure foundationText
283From Greenland's icy mountainsText
284Jesus shall reign where'er the sunText
285To bless Thy chosen raceText
286On Sion and on LebanonText
287Arm of the Lord, awake, awakeText
288O'er the gloomy hills of darknessText
289From all that dwell below the skiesText
290Ye Christian heralds, go, proclaimText
291And is the time approachingText
292Souls in heathen darkness lyingText
293When, Lord, to this our western landText
294O why should Israel's sons, once bless'dText
295High on the bending willows hungText
296Fountain of good, to own Thy loveText
297Rich are the joys which cannot dieText
298Sow in the morn thy seedText
299We give Thee but Thine ownText
300Lord, lead the way the Saviour wentText

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