Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church

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453Lord, for the mercies of the nightFARRANTTextPage Scan
454Dayspring of EternityMORGENGLANZ DER EWIGKEITTextPage Scan
455Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I goCANONBURYTextPage Scan
456O Strength and Stay upholding all creationSTRENGTH AND STAYTextPage Scan
457Round me falls the nightST. HUBERTTextPage Scan
458aThe day is past and overST. ANATOLIUSTextPage Scan
458bThe day is past and overST. ANATOLIUSTextPage Scan
459Now God be with us, for the night is closingHOREBTextPage Scan
460The radiant morn hath passed awayST. GABRIELTextPage Scan
461The day is gently sinking to a closeNACHTLIEDTextPage Scan
462O light, O Trinity most blest!THANKSGIVINGTextPage Scan
463Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEYTextPage Scan
464The sun declines; o'er land and seaGLOAMINGTextPage Scan
465Softly now the light of dayWEBERTextPage Scan
466Source of light and life divineUNIVERSITY COLLEGETextPage Scan
467Saviour, breathe an evening blessingEVENING PRAYERTextPage Scan
468God, that madest earth and heavenTEMPLETextPage Scan
469Now rest beneath night's shadowO WELT, ICH MUSS DICH LASSENTextPage Scan
470Now from the altar of our heartsALBANOTextPage Scan
471All praise to Thee, my God, this nightTALLIS' CANONTextPage Scan
472Now the light has gone awayMÜDE BIN ICH, GEH ZUR RUHTextPage Scan
473The day, O Lord, is spentGORTONTextPage Scan
474The sun is sinking fastST. COLUMBIATextPage Scan
475Holy Father, cheer our wayVESPERTextPage Scan
476Abide with me; fast falls the eventideEVENTIDETextPage Scan
477Sunk is the sun's last beam of lightINTERCESSIONTextPage Scan
478Through the day Thy love hath spared usLEWARSTextPage Scan
479O God, the Rock of AgesMIRIAMTextPage Scan
480A few more years shall rollCHALVEYTextPage Scan
481For Thy mercy and Thy graceCULBACHTextPage Scan
482Great God! we sing that mighty HandST. GREGORYTextPage Scan
483To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raiseBISHOPGARTHTextPage Scan
484Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGETextPage Scan
485Praise to God, immortal praiseGOTT SEI DANK DURCH ALLE WELTTextPage Scan
486We plough the fields, and scatterWIR PFLÜGEN UND WIR STREUENTextPage Scan
487Praise, O praise our God and KingMONKLANDTextPage Scan
488What our Father does is wellHEATHLANDSTextPage Scan
489God bless our native land!AMERICATextPage Scan
490My country, 'tis of theeAMERICATextPage Scan
491Before the Lord we bowDARWALL'S 148thTextPage Scan
492Before Jehovah's awful throneOLD HUNDREDTHTextPage Scan
493God of our fathers, Whose almighty handNATIONAL HYMNTextPage Scan
494From ocean unto oceanWEBBTextPage Scan
495Thou, by heav'nly hosts adoredTICHFIELDTextPage Scan
496Lord God, we worship Thee!O GOTT, DU FROMMER GOTTTextPage Scan
497God the All-merciful! earth hath forsakenRUSSIAN HYMNTextPage Scan
498When in the hour of utmost needCOMMANDMENTSTextPage Scan
499O God of Love, O King of PeaceST. GREGORYTextPage Scan
500Holy Father, in Thy mercyCAIRNBROOKTextPage Scan
501The ocean hath no dangerST. CHRISTOPHERTextPage Scan
502O Lord, be with us when we sailDUNDEETextPage Scan
503Eternal Father! strong to saveMELITATextPage Scan
504It is not death to dieMOCCASTextPage Scan
505Our God, our help in ages pastST. ANNETextPage Scan
506Lord Jesus Christ, true Man and GodVATER UNSERTextPage Scan
507aAsleep in Jesus! blessèd sleepBRESLAUTextPage Scan
507bAsleep in Jesus! blessèd sleepRESTTextPage Scan
508God of the living, in Whose eyesDAVID'S HARPTextPage Scan
509aNow the laborer's task is o'erREQUIESCATTextPage Scan
509bNow the laborer's task is o'erHEBRONTextPage Scan
510O how blest are ye whose toils are ended!O WIE SELIG SEID IHR DOCHTextPage Scan
511Jesus Christ, my sure DefenceJESUS, MEINE ZUVERSICHTTextPage Scan
512Jesus lives! no longer nowJESUS, MEINE ZUVERSICHTTextPage Scan
513Lo! He comes, with clouds descendingKENSINGTON NEWTune InfoTextPage Scan
514Great God, what do I see and hear!ES IST GEWISSLICH AN DER ZEITTextPage Scan
515Day of wrath! that day of mourning!DIES IRAE, DIES ILLATextPage Scan
516Heavenward still our pathway tendsMEINHOLDTextPage Scan
517aA pilgrim and a strangerLLANGLOFFANTextPage Scan
517bA pilgrim and a strangerGERHARDTTextPage Scan
518There is a land of pure delightSAWLEYTextPage Scan
519Ten thousand times ten thousandALFORDTextPage Scan
520aForever with the Lord!MORNINGTONTextPage Scan
520bForever with the Lord!NEARER HOMETextPage Scan
521Jerusalem, thou city fair and highJERUSALEM, DU HOCHGEBAUTE STADTTextPage Scan
522There is no night in heavenLUX PERPETUATextPage Scan
523Thy Word, O God, declarethST. ANSELMTextPage Scan
524Jerusalem, my happy homeSOUTHWELLTextPage Scan
525O Mother dear, Jerusalem!MATERNATextPage Scan
526The world is very evilCRÜGERTextPage Scan
527Brief life is here our portionST. ALPHEGETextPage Scan
528Jerusalem the goldenEWINGTextPage Scan
529O Son of God, in co-eternal mightO GOTTESSOHNTextPage Scan
530Silent night! Holy night!STILLE NACHTTextPage Scan
531Come and hear the grand old storyCOME AND HEAR THE GRAND OLD STORYTextPage Scan
532See, amid the winter's snowSEE, AMID THE WINTER'S SNOWTextPage Scan
533Behold a Branch is growingES IST EIN REIS ENTSPRUNGENTextPage Scan
534Joy fills our inmost hearts todayGAUDETETextPage Scan
535Once in royal David's cityIRBYTextPage Scan
536Away in a manger, no crib for His bedAWAY IN A MANGERTextPage Scan
537O ye heavens, bend and seeRORATE COELITextPage Scan
538The new-born King Who comes to-dayMATERNATextPage Scan
539As each happy ChristmasALLE JAHRE WIEDERTextPage Scan
540There came a little Child to earthTHERE CAME A LITTLE CHILD TO EARTHTextPage Scan
541Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy kingly crownMARGARETTextPage Scan
542A Star is moving through the skyMELCHIORTextPage Scan
543There came three kings, ere break of dayTHERE CAME THREE KINGSTextPage Scan
544aThere is a green hill far awayHORSLEYTextPage Scan
544bThere is a green hill far awayGREEN HILLTextPage Scan
545Hosanna! loud hosanna!ABERDOURTextPage Scan
546When, His salvation bringingROTTERDAMTextPage Scan

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