The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook

Publisher: Canterbury Press, Norwich, 2004
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Language: English
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P136cPraise God, for he is kindDARWALL'S 148THTextPage Scan
P136dPraise God, for he is kindBEVANTextPage Scan
P137By Babel's streams we sat and weptOLD 137THTextPage Scan
P138aThee will I praise with my whole heartBEDFORD (1st form)TextPage Scan
P138bThee will I praise with my whole heartBEDFORD (2nd form)TextPage Scan
P138cThee will I praise with all my heartSTOCKTONTextPage Scan
P139aO Lord, thou hast me searched and knownCAITHNESSTextPage Scan
P139bO Lord, thou hast me searched and knownST ANDREWTextPage Scan
P139cLord, thou has search'd me, and hast knownSONG 34 (ANGELS' SONG)TextPage Scan
P139dLord, thou has search'd me, and hast knownANGELS' SONGTextPage Scan
P140Lord, from the ill and froward manNORWICHTextPage Scan
P141O Lord, I unto thee do cryMARTYRDOM (FENWICK)TextPage Scan
P142I with my voice cried to the LordCOLESHILLTextPage Scan
P143aLord, hear my prayer, regard my criesEVANTextPage Scan
P143bO Lord, my prayer hearLEUCHARSTextPage Scan
P143cO Lord, my prayer hearST CECILIATextPage Scan
P143dO Lord, my prayer hearNEW 143RDTextPage Scan
P144O blessed ever be the LordRAVENSBURGTextPage Scan
P145aI'll thee extol, my God, O KingEFFINGHAMTextPage Scan
P145bI'll thee extol, my God, O KingCAMBRIDGE NEWTextPage Scan
P145cJehovah very gracious isLONDON NEWTextPage Scan
P145dThe Lord is just in all his waysHUDDERSFIELDText
P145eO Lord, thou art my God and KingCONFIDENCETextPage Scan
P145fO Lord, thou art my God and KingDUKE STREETTextPage Scan
P145gO Lord, thou art my God and KingABERFELDYTextPage Scan
P145hThe Lord is very graciousWINCHESTER NEW (CRASSELIUS)TextPage Scan
P145iThe Lord is very graciousWAREHAMTextPage Scan
P145jThe Lord is just in his ways allMELCOMBETextPage Scan
P145kThe Lord is just in his ways allWARRINGTONTextPage Scan
P146aPraise ye the Lord: him praise, my soulABRIDGE (ST STEPHEN)TextPage Scan
P146bPraise ye the Lord: him praise, my soulYORKTextPage Scan
P147aPraise ye the Lord; for it is goodHUDDERSFIELDTextPage Scan
P147bPraise ye the Lord; for it is goodIRISHTextPage Scan
P147cPraise God! 'tis good and pleasantCHRISTUS DER IST MEIN LEBEN (BREMEN)TextPage Scan
P148aPraise ye the Lord. From heavens him praiseST GEORGETextPage Scan
P148bFrom heaven the Lord confessST JOHN (HAVERGAL)TextPage Scan
P148cFrom heaven the Lord confessCROFT'S 136THTextPage Scan
P149aPraise ye the Lord: unto him singDUNFERMLINETextPage Scan
P149bPraise ye the Lord: unto him singWALDECKTextPage Scan
P149cO praise ye the Lord! Prepare your glad voiceHOUGHTONTextPage Scan
P150aPraise ye the Lord. God's praise withinCREDITONTextPage Scan
P150bPraise ye the Lord. God's praise withinBLOXHAMTextPage Scan
D1To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
D2To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
D3To thee be glory, LordPage Scan
D4Glory to God the FatherPage Scan
D5To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
D6To God the Father, SonPage Scan
D7Now glory be to GodPage Scan
D8To Thee, Almighty FatherPage Scan
R1Let heav'n arise, let earth appearST FLAVIANTextPage Scan
R2aO God of Bethel! by whose handST PAUL (ABERDEEN)TextPage Scan
R2bO God of Bethel! by whose handKILMARNOCKTextPage Scan
R2cO God of Bethel! by whose handSALZBURG (HAYDN)TextPage Scan
R3Naked as from the earth we cameCAITHNESSTextPage Scan
R4aHow still and peaceful is the grave!COLESHILLTextPage Scan
R4bHow still and peaceful is the grave!RESTTextPage Scan
R5Though trouble springs not from the dustST PETER (REINAGLE)TextPage Scan
R6The rush may rise where waters flowERINTextPage Scan
R7How should the sons of Adam's raceST NICHOLASTextPage Scan
R8Few are thy days, and full of woeST KILDATextPage Scan
R9Who can resist th' Almighty armST GREGORYTextPage Scan
R10In streets, and op'nings of the gatesSOUTHWOLDTextPage Scan
R11O happy is the man who hearsST STEPHEN (NEWINGTON)TextPage Scan
R12Ye indolent and slothful! riseST GREGORYTextPage Scan
R13Keep silence, all ye sons of menKILMARNOCKTextPage Scan
R14While others crowd the house of mirthBRISTOLTextPage Scan
R15As long as life its term extendsSOLDAUTextPage Scan
R16In life's gay morn, when sprightly youthBELMONTTextPage Scan
R17Rulers of Sodom! hear the voiceSALISBURYTextPage Scan
R18aBehold! the mountain of the LordSOUTHWARKTextPage Scan
R18bBehold! the mountain of the LordGLASGOWTextPage Scan
R19aThe race that long in darkness pin'dPETERBOROUGH (HARRISON)TextPage Scan
R19bThe race that long in darkness pin'dTIVERTONTextPage Scan
R20aHow glorious Sion's courts appearASPURGTextPage Scan
R20bHow glorious Sion's courts appearIRISHTextPage Scan
R20cHow glorious Sion's courts appearSHEFFIELDTextPage Scan
R21Attend, ye tribes that dwell remoteDUNFERMLINETextPage Scan
R22aWhy pour'st thou forth thine anxious plaintDURHAMTextPage Scan
R22bWhy pour'st thou forth thine anxious plaintABRIDGE (ST STEPHEN)TextPage Scan
R23aBehold my Servant! see him riseEDENTextPage Scan
R23bHe who erected heav'n's bright archCREDITONTextPage Scan
R24aYe heav'ns, send forth your song of praise!ST LAWRENCETextPage Scan
R24bYe heav'ns, send forth your song of praise!WETHERBYTextPage Scan
R25aHow few receive with cordial faithST MARYTextPage Scan
R25bYet God shall raise his head on highST LEONARDTextPage Scan
R26aHo! ye that thirst, approach the springGRÄFENBERGTextPage Scan
R26bSeek ye the Lord while yet his earFELIXTextPage Scan
R27Thus speaks the high and lofty OneCAITHNESSTextPage Scan
R28Attend, and mark the solemn fastST BERNARDTextPage Scan
R29Amidst the mighty, where is heMORAVIATextPage Scan
R30aCome, let us to the Lord our GodST FULBERTTextPage Scan
R30bCome, let us to the Lord our GodST AGNES, DURHAMTextPage Scan
R31Thus speaks the heathen: How shall manSONG 67 (ST MATTHIAS)TextPage Scan
R32What though no flow'rs the fig-tree clotheHUDDERSFIELDTextPage Scan
R33Father of all! we bow to theePALESTRINATextPage Scan
R34aThus spoke the Saviour of the worldMARTYRDOM (FENWICK)TextPage Scan
R34bThus spoke the Saviour of the worldST CYRILTextPage Scan
R35Twas on that night, when doom'd to knowROCKINGHAM (COMMUNION)TextPage Scan
R36My soul and spirit, fill'd with joyPRAETORIUSTextPage Scan

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