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The Pilgrim Hymnal

Editor: Charles L. Noyes, Charles L. Ziegler
Publisher: The Pilgrim Press, New York, 1904
Denomination: Congregational Christian Churches, 1931-
Language: English
Notes: Hymns and Canticles are numbered separately
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194More love to thee, O ChristPROPIOR DEOPage Scan
195Saviour, teach me day by dayPERCIVALSPage Scan
196O blessed life! the heart at restLONG MILFORDPage Scan
197O Lord, in whom are all my springsFAITHPage Scan
198Thou Grace divine, encircling allMANOAHPage Scan
199aO Love that wilt not let me goST. MARGARETPage Scan
199bO Love that wilt not let me goTENEORPage Scan
200The King of love my Shepherd isDOMINUS REGIT MEPage Scan
201Sweet is thy mercy, LordST. ANDREWPage Scan
202The Lord my Shepherd isST. ANDREWPage Scan
203How gentle God's commands!DENNISPage Scan
204O cease, my wandering soulDAWNPage Scan
205There is a safe and secret placeBRADFIELDPage Scan
206O for a closer walk with GodBEATITUDOPage Scan
207Blest are the pure in heartCHISELHURSTPage Scan
208aNearer, my God, to theeKEDRONPage Scan
208bNearer, my God, to theeBETHANY (ENGLISH)Page Scan
209Still, still with thee, when purple morning breakethWINDSORPage Scan
210Father, in thy mysterious presence kneelingCONSOLATIONPage Scan
211I look to thee in every needLONGFELLOWPage Scan
212Thou hidden Source of calm reposeST. CHRYSOSTOMPage Scan
213Thou hidden love of God, whose heightST. CHRYSOSTOMPage Scan
214I see the wrong that round me liesLYNDHURSTPage Scan
215Thy way is in the deep, O LordST. TIMOTHYPage Scan
216To thine eternal arms, O GodMELCOMBEPage Scan
217Deal gently with us, LordST. GEORGEPage Scan
218Unshaken as the sacred hillST. MAGNUSPage Scan
219Rest for the weary hands is goodSERENITYPage Scan
220'Twixt gleams of joy and clouds of doubtST. MAGNUSPage Scan
221Forgive, O Lord, the doubts that breakDELIVERANCEPage Scan
222God is my strong salvationCHENIESPage Scan
223Sometimes a light surprisesBENTLEYPage Scan
224In heavenly love abidingMOSSLEIGHPage Scan
225How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
226Thy way, not mine, O LordINVITATIONPage Scan
227I worship thee, sweet will of GodST. PETER'S, OXFORDPage Scan
228We see not, know not; all our wayDE PROFUNDISPage Scan
229My God and Father, while I strayALMSGIVINGPage Scan
230When I survey life's varied sceneBEATITUDOPage Scan
231Father, hear the prayer we offerST. OSWALDPage Scan
232Lord, it belongs not to my careNOX PRAECESSITPage Scan
233Father of love, our Guide and FriendNOX PRAECESSITPage Scan
234I do not ask, O Lord, that life may beSUBMISSIONPage Scan
235Still will we trust, tho' earth seem dark and drearyBIRKDALEPage Scan
236We bless thee for thy peace, O GodHOLY TRINITYPage Scan
237Dear Lord and Father of mankindWHITTIERPage Scan
238Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin?PAX TECUMPage Scan
239Immortal Love, within whose righteous willLUX BEATAPage Scan
240Lead, kindly Light amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan
241He leadeth me: O blessed thought!CHURCH TRIUMPHANTPage Scan
242Guide me, O thou great JehovahREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
243I cannot walk in darkness longAVONPage Scan
244Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peaceLANGRANPage Scan
245He leads us by paths we did not knowZENNORPage Scan
246If thou but suffer God to guide theeNEUMARKPage Scan
247Father, I know that all my lifeST. BEDEPage Scan
248Lord, for tomorrow and its needsVINCENTPage Scan
249All as God wills, who wisely heedsDALEHURSTPage Scan
250I little see, I little knowDALEHURSTPage Scan
251Day by day the manna fellCYPRUSPage Scan
252Give to the winds thy fearsST. PHILIPPage Scan
253My spirit on thy careALDERSGATEPage Scan
254O God, whose love is nearMORNINGTONPage Scan
255If, through unruffled seasMORNINGTONPage Scan
256Not so in haste, my heart!GARRETTPage Scan
257Rest in the Lord, my soulST. ANDREWPage Scan
258The child leans on its parent's breastHEARTSEASEPage Scan
259At all times praise the LordPASTOR BONUSPage Scan
260aMy God, I thank thee who hast madeGRATITUDEPage Scan
260bMy God, I thank thee who hast madeWENTWORTHPage Scan
261Tender mercies on my wayLAETITIAPage Scan
262When spring's soft breath and softer showersEATONPage Scan
263For the beauty of the earthLILYBOURNEPage Scan
264Hope on, hope on! the golden daysST. TRONDPage Scan
265O God, thou Giver of all goodRACHELPage Scan
266O Lord of heaven, and earth, and seaBOUNTYPage Scan
267When all thy mercies, O my GodBELMONTPage Scan
268Light of the world's dark storyCARMENPage Scan
269To do thy holy willPAX DEIPage Scan
270Give me, O Lord, a heart of graceBROOKFIELDPage Scan
271Fill thou my life, O Lord, my GodSUNNINGHILLPage Scan
272Master, no offering Costly and sweetLOVE'S OFFERINGPage Scan
273When thy heart, with joy o'erflowingBULLINGERPage Scan
274O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherLANHERNEPage Scan
275To sacrifice, to shareMOSELEYPage Scan
276Fountain of good, to own thy loveFAITHPage Scan
277What thou wilt, O Father, giveINNOCENTSPage Scan
278We give thee but thine ownTELLEFSENPage Scan
279aO Master, let me walk with theeMARYTONPage Scan
279bO Master, let me walk with theeGLADDENPage Scan
280Lord, lead the way the Saviour wentGREEN HILLPage Scan
281Through Him who all our sickness feltBEATITUDOPage Scan
282Heaven is here, where hymns of gladnessLASSENPage Scan
283Thou Lord of life, our saving healthCOMMUNIONPage Scan
284From Thee all skill and science flowMANOAHPage Scan
285Thine are all the gifts, O GodST. PIRANPage Scan
286Ho! ye that rest beneath the rockSEARSPage Scan
287Lord, speak to me, that I may speakWINCHESTER NEWPage Scan
288O still in accents sweet and strongST. MARGUERITEPage Scan
289God of the earnest heartSCHUMANNPage Scan

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