Hymns of the Christian Centuries

Editor: Mrs. Perceval Mackrell
Publisher: Longmans, Green & Co., New York, 1903
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number.
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177Neighbours, accept our parting songPage Scan
178Come, tread once more the path with songPage Scan
179On the first Christian Sabbath EvePage Scan
180Lord, have mercy when we prayPage Scan
181The Son of God in doing goodPage Scan
182My faith looks up to TheePage Scan
183I know no life dividedPage Scan
184Hail thou bright and sacred mornPage Scan
185Great Creator! Who this dayPage Scan
186O Thou Who didst this rite revealPage Scan
187Lord, as Thy temple's portals closePage Scan
190Thou inevitable dayPage Scan
191How pleasant is thy deep blue wavePage Scan
192Shall we grow weary in our watchPage Scan
193Little travellers ZionwardPage Scan
194My God, how wonderful Thou artPage Scan
196Saviour, to Thy cottage homePage Scan
197On the dark hill's western sidePage Scan
199Crown Him with many crownsPage Scan
201For the spirit confusedPage Scan
202Soul, thy week of toil is endedPage Scan
203Lord Jesus, when we stand afarPage Scan
204O Thou whose sacred Feet have trodPage Scan
205No more let sorrow cloud the eyePage Scan
207That mystic Word of Thine, O Sovereign LordPage Scan
208O time of tranquil joy and holy feeling!Page Scan
210The sands of Time are sinkingPage Scan
212Jesu, these eyes have never seenPage Scan
213When for me the silent oarPage Scan
214Days and moments quickly flyingPage Scan
215The pathways of Thy land are little changedPage Scan
217O God, the Rock of AgesPage Scan
219My God! my God! I know that Thou dost hear mePage Scan
220It came upon the midnight clearPage Scan
222On the Resurrection morningPage Scan
224Calm lay the city in its double sleepPage Scan
225O Lord of Heaven and earth and seaPage Scan
226Thou standest at the altarPage Scan
227I lay me down to sleepPage Scan
228Now severed is JordanPage Scan
230Upon the solitary mountain's heightPage Scan
232Lord, what a change within us one short hourPage Scan
233The day is ended--ere I sink to sleepPage Scan
234Sleep thy last sleepPage Scan
235And now, beloved Lord, Thy Soul resigningPage Scan
236There came a little Child to earthPage Scan
238From Thee all skill and science flowPage Scan
239The day Thou gavest, Lord, is endedPage Scan
240Wreaths for our graves the Lord has givenPage Scan
241Come in, oh come! the door stands open nowPage Scan
243O King of Mercy! from Thy Throne on highPage Scan
244The Heavens declare Thy gloryPage Scan
246Oh, the bitter pain and sorrowPage Scan
247All my sins uprising nowPage Scan
249Lord, when Thy kingdom comes remember mePage Scan
251It is finished! Blessed JesusPage Scan
253Come, gracious Saviour, manifest Thy gloryPage Scan
254When on my day of life the night is fallingPage Scan
256Adown the river year by yearPage Scan
257Comes at times a stillness as of evenPage Scan
258I see the wrong that round me liesPage Scan
260We may not climb the heavenly steepsPage Scan
261Not for our sins alone Thy mercy, Lord, we suePage Scan
262Gethesemane! Gethsemane!Page Scan
264Hush, my soul, what Voice is pleading?Page Scan
266O Saviour, once again the ebbing yearPage Scan

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