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Laudes Domini: a selection of spiritual songs, ancient and modern for use in the prayer-meeting

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101Gracious Saviour, thus before theeTextPage Scan
102God be with you till we meet againGOD BE WITH YOUTextPage Scan
103The Spirit breathes upon the wordSOUTHWELLTextPage Scan
104How shall the young secure their heartsTextPage Scan
105How precious is the book divineKNOXTextPage Scan
106Father of mercies! in thy wordCHIMESTextPage Scan
107Oh, how I love thy holy law!TextPage Scan
108Oh, that the Lord would guide my waysYORKTextPage Scan
109Book of grace, and book of glory!CLYDETextPage Scan
110The heavens declare thy glory, Lord!UXBRIDGETextPage Scan
111Great Sun of Righteousness, arise!TextPage Scan
112Almighty Lord, the sun shall failTextPage Scan
113The heavens declare his gloryDAY OF RESTTextPage Scan
114Lord, thy word abidethPETROXTextPage Scan
115Keep silence, all created things!ST. ANN'STextPage Scan
116God moves in a mysterious wayTextPage Scan
117Begin, my tongue, some heavenly themeMANOAHTextPage Scan
118The Lord, our God, is full of mightST. ANN'STextPage Scan
119O God, the Rock of AgesCAROLYNTextPage Scan
120While thee I seek, protecting Power!BRATTLE STREETTextPage Scan
121What shall I render to my God TextPage Scan
122When all thy mercies, O my God!TextPage Scan
123O God, our help in ages pastTextPage Scan
124My God, how wonderful Thou artCORINTHTextPage Scan
125O God, thy power is wonderfulNOELTextPage Scan
126I sing the almighty power of GodTextPage Scan
127My Shepherd will supply my needNOELTextPage Scan
128Father! how wide thy glory shines!NOELTextPage Scan
129Come, thou Almighty KingITALIAN HYMNTextPage Scan
130O God! we praise thee, and confessLAUDTextPage Scan
131Come, ye that know and fear the LordDOWNSTextPage Scan
132There's a wideness in God's mercyERIETextPage Scan
133Great God! how infinite art thou!DUNDEETextPage Scan
134Lord of all being; throned afarLOUVANTextPage Scan
135Lord, how mysterious are thy ways!TextPage Scan
136Lord, my weak thought in vain would climbTextPage Scan
137Once in royal David's cityTextPage Scan
138One there is above all othersTextPage Scan
139It came upon the midnight clearCAROLTextPage Scan
140While shepherds watched their flocks by nightNOELTextPage Scan
141Calm on the listening ear of nightTextPage Scan
142Hark! the herald angels singHERALD ANGELSTextPage Scan
143He has come! the Christ of GodTextPage Scan
144Joy to the world; the Lord is come!ANTIOCHTextPage Scan
145Hail the night, all hail the mornTextPage Scan
146God with us! oh, glorious name!TextPage Scan
147The Saviour! oh, what endless charmsATHENSTextPage Scan
148I heard the voice of Jesus sayTextPage Scan
149Oh, see how Jesus trusts himselfTextPage Scan
150Majestic sweetness sits enthroned ORTONVILLETextPage Scan
151My dear Redeemer, and my LordROCKINGHAM (MASON'S) TextPage Scan
152How sweetly flowed the gospel soundSESSIONSTextPage Scan
153How beauteous were the marks divineTextPage Scan
154When, like a stranger on our sphereTextPage Scan
155Thou art the Way: to thee aloneGRIGGTextPage Scan
156Lord, as to thy dear cross we flee HELENATextPage Scan
157Jesus! thy love shall we forgetTextPage Scan
158We may not climb the heavenly steepsSERENITYTextPage Scan
159Oh, could I speak the matchless worthARIELTextPage Scan
160O sacred Head, now wounded GERHARDTTextPage Scan
161I am coming to the crossTRUSTINGTextPage Scan
162I saw One hanging on a treeMANOAHTextPage Scan
163O Jesus, sweet the tears I shedTextPage Scan
164How condescending and how kindHOLY TRINITYTextPage Scan
165Alas! and did my Saviour bleedAVONTextPage Scan
166Oh, if my soul were formed for woeCOMMUNIONTextPage Scan
167There is a green hill far awayCONCONETextPage Scan
168In the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUNTextPage Scan
169When I survey the wondrous crossHAMBURGTextPage Scan
170O Jesus, "Man of Sorrows"CRUX CHRISTITextPage Scan
171Now to the Lord, who makes us knowDUKE STREETTextPage Scan
172Come, let us sing the song of songsTextPage Scan
173O Christ! our King, Creator, Lord!TextPage Scan
174He lives! the great Redeemer lives!ROTHWELLTextPage Scan
175Jesus, my All, to heaven is goneTextPage Scan
176Now to the power of God supremeTextPage Scan
177Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesHARWELLTextPage Scan
178See the Conqueror mounts in triumph!TextPage Scan
179Mighty God! while angels bless theeAUTUMNTextPage Scan
180Crown his head with endless blessingTextPage Scan
181Christ, above all glory seated!CARTHAGETextPage Scan
182Come, let us join our cheerful songsAZMONTextPage Scan
183All hail the power of Jesus' name!CORONATIONTextPage Scan
184Look, ye saints, the sight is gloriousVICTORYTextPage Scan
185When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt comeMERIBAHTextPage Scan
186Awake, awake, O ZionTextPage Scan
187Rejoice, rejoice, believers!CHENIESTextPage Scan
188The marriage feast is readyTextPage Scan
189He is coming, he is comingFORMOSATextPage Scan
190Come, thou long-expected Jesus TextPage Scan
191Light of those whose dreary dwellingMIDDLETONTextPage Scan
192Glorious things of thee are spokenTextPage Scan
193Hear what God the Lord hath spokenTextPage Scan
194Watchman, tell us of the nightWESLEYTextPage Scan
195Praise our glorious King and LordTextPage Scan
196Hark! the song of jubileeTextPage Scan
197Come, Lord, and tarry not!ST. BRIDETextPage Scan
198Our life is hid with ChristTextPage Scan
199And will the Judge descend TextPage Scan
200Eternal Spirit, we confessWIMBORNETextPage Scan

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