The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook

Publisher: Canterbury Press, Norwich, 2004
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Language: English
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1Awake, my soul, and with the sunMORNING HYMNPage Scan
2Lord, as I wake I turn to YouIRELAND
3Lord, of all hopefulness, Lord of all joySLANE
4Lord, for tomorrow and its needsPROVIDENCEText
5Morning has brokenBUNESSAN
6New every morning is the loveMELCOMBETextPage Scan
7When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINI
8Day is done, but Love unfailingAR HYD Y NOS
9Glory to You, my God, this nightTALLIS'S CANON
10Holy Father, cheer our wayCAPETOWNTextPage Scan
11Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear meEVENING PRAYERTextPage Scan
12Now the day is overEUDOXIA
13Praise the Lord, all you servants of the LordPRAISE THE LORD
14Saviour, again to Your dear name we raiseELLERSTextPage Scan
15aSun of my soul, my Saviour dearABENDSTextPage Scan
15bSun of my soul, my Saviour dearHURSLEYTextPage Scan
16The day You gave us, Lord is endedST CLEMENT
17All creatures of our God and kingEASTER SONG (LASST UNS ERFREUEN)TextPage Scan
18aEach little flower that opensROYAL OAKText
18bEach little flower that opensALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFULTextPage Scan
19Fairest Lord JesusSCHÖNSTER HERR JESU (SILESIAN)
20aFor the beauty of the earthLUCERNA LAUDONIAEText
20bFor the beauty of the earthENGLAND'S LANEText
21Thank You, Lord, for the things I can see[Thank You, Lord, for the things I can see]
22He gave me eyes so I could seeHE MADE ME
23He made the water wetTHAT'S GOOD
24I have seen the golden sunshineFRIEND OF JESUS, FRIEND OF MINE
25Immortal, invisible, God only wiseST DENIO (JOANNA)
26aLet us with a gladsome mindMONKLANDTextPage Scan
26bLet us with a gladsome mindHARTSText
27Lord of all being, throned afarOMBERSLEY
28Lord of beauty, Yours the splendourCORINTH (ALLELUIA DULCE CARMEN)
29My God is so big, so strong and so mighty[My God is so big, so strong and so mighty]
30'O bless the Lord, my soul!' I singHARESFIELD
31O Lord of every shining constellationHIGHWOOD
32O Lord of heaven and earth and seaALMSGIVING
33O worship the King, all-glorious aboveHANOVERText
34There are hundreds of sparrows, thousands, millionsHUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS
35Think of a world without any flowersGENESIS
36Who put the colours in the rainbow?[Who put the colours in the rainbow]
37God in His love for us lent us this planetSTEWARDSHIP
38Lord, bring the day to passLOVE UNKNOWN
39Sing praise to God on mountain topsTHE VICAR OF BRAY
40We cannot own the sunlit skyLA GRANGE
41All beautiful the march of daysFOREST GREENText
42Fill your hearts with joy and gladnessREGENT SQUAREText
43Lord of the changing yearLITTLE CORNARD
44Mercy, blessing, favour, graceMONKLAND
45Spring has now unwrapped the flowersTEMPUS ADEST FLORIDUM
46The earth is Yours, O GodHAMPTONText
47The spring again is hereSANDYSTextPage Scan
48The summer days are come againFOREST GREENTextPage Scan
49Summer suns are glowingRUTHTextPage Scan
50At harvest-time we celebrate[At harvest-time we celebrate]
51Come, you thankful people, comeST GEORGE'S WINDSOR
52For the fruits of His creationEAST ACKLAM
53Fountain of mercy, God of loveUNIVERSITYTextPage Scan
54God whose farm is all creationSHIPSTON
55Harvest-time is the time when all the crops are high[Harvest-time is the time when all the crops are high]
56It takes His hand to grow your garden[It takes His hand to grow your garden]
57Lord of the harvest, once againSURREYTextPage Scan
58Praise God for the harvest of orchard and fieldSTOWEYText
59We plough the fields, and scatterWIR PFLÜGENPage Scan
60We thank You, Lord, for all Your giftsCHILDHOODText
61Approach, my soul, the mercy-seatMARTYRDOM (duple)
62Father of heaven, whose love profoundRIVAULXText
63God, be merciful to meABERYSTWYTHPage Scan
64Help me, O God, and hear my cryST CHRYSOSTOMTextPage Scan
65How can we sing with joy to GodBILLING
66How glad are those with peace of mindWINCHESTER NEW (CRASSELIUS)
67aJesus, lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDE
67bJesus, lover of my soulABERYSTWYTHPage Scan
68aJust as I am, without one pleaWOODWORTHPage Scan
68bJust as I am, without one pleaSAFFRON WALDEN
69Lord Jesus, think on meSOUTHWELLTextPage Scan
70Lord, will You turn from Your anger and hear me?LANGLEIGH
71Merciful God and Father[Merciful God and Father]
72My faith looks up to TheeOLIVETText
73O Lord, the clouds are gatheringGATHERING CLOUDS
74Rock of Ages, cleft for mePETRA (REDHEAD 76)Page Scan

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