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The Riverdale Hymn Book

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194Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellSWEDENPage Scan
195And now, O Father, mindful of the loveUNDE ET MEMORESPage Scan
196Praise to the Holiest in the heightSONG 67Page Scan
197Thy love to me, O GodTRENTHAMPage Scan
198Not all the blood of beastsST. BRIDEPage Scan
199Man of sorrows, what a nameMAN OF SORROWSPage Scan
200There's a wideness in God's mercySTUTTGARTPage Scan
201Behold, a stranger's at the doorBERAPage Scan
202Hark, my soul, it is the LordSONG 13Page Scan
203O Jesus, thou art standingST. EDITHPage Scan
204Come unto me ye wearyCOME UNTO MEPage Scan
205God calling yet, shall I not hearANTWERPPage Scan
206Take up thy cross, the Saviour said,ST. CRISPINPage Scan
207Contempt and pangs and hauntingAYNARDPage Scan
208aArt thou weary, art thou languidSTEPHANOSPage Scan
208bArt thou weary, art thou languidBULLINGERPage Scan
209Father, hear thy children's callGOWER'S LITANYPage Scan
210My God, my God, and can it beKIDLINGTONPage Scan
211Approach, my soul, the mercy seatCHISWICKPage Scan
212Jesus, Lord of life and gloryST. RAPHAELPage Scan
213Lord, in this thy mercy's dayST. PHILIPPage Scan
214Depth of mercy, can there beRAMOTHPage Scan
215Forsaken once, and thrice deniedERSKINEPage Scan
216aJust as I am without one pleaJUST AS I AMPage Scan
216bJust as I am without one pleaWOODWORTHPage Scan
217No, not despairingly come I to theeNENTHORNPage Scan
218Jesus, name all names aboveTHEOCISTUSPage Scan
219Come, let us to the Lord our GodCALCOTTPage Scan
220When sins and fears prevailing riseABENDSPage Scan
221Jesus, and shall it ever beFEDERAL STREETPage Scan
222aRock of Ages, cleft for meREDHEAD No. 76Page Scan
222bRock of Ages, cleft for meTOPLADYPage Scan
223We know Thee, who thou artFRANCONIAPage Scan
224My God, accept my heart this dayBRISTOLPage Scan
225Lord, I believe; thy pow'r I ownILFRACOMBEPage Scan
226I heard the voice of Jesus sayVOX DILECTIPage Scan
227I sought the Lord, and afterward I knewTRANSFIGURATIONPage Scan
228Thou didst leave Thy throneMARGARETPage Scan
229Behold the Lamb,! Oh! thou for sinners slainBEHOLD THE LAMBPage Scan
230Jesus, I my cross have takenELLESDIEPage Scan
231Sometimes a light surprisesBENTLEYPage Scan
232How firm a foundationPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
233O Thou, in all thy might so farST. FLAVIANPage Scan
234I do not ask, O Lord, that life may beNEWICKPage Scan
235'Twixt gleams of joy and clouds of doubtGRETTONPage Scan
236God is the refuge of his saintsWAREHAMPage Scan
237O God of Bethel, by whose handST. PAULPage Scan
238God moves in a mysterious waySONG 67Page Scan
239Commit thou all thy griefsMOCCASPage Scan
240Give to the winds thy fearsNEWLANDPage Scan
241We sing the praise of him who diedSARRATTPage Scan
242In the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUNPage Scan
243aPeace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sinPAX TECUMPage Scan
243bPeace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sinSONG 46 (First Strain)Page Scan
244Cast thy burdens on the LordST. BEESPage Scan
245My faith looks up to theeOLIVETPage Scan
246I to the hills will lift mine eyesMEARPage Scan
247Your harps, ye trembling saintsVENICEPage Scan
248O Lord, how happy should we beMAGDELEN COLLEGEPage Scan
249When I survey life's varied sceneNAOMIPage Scan
250In the hour of trialMARY MAGDALENEPage Scan
251While thee I seek, protecting powerBEATITUDOPage Scan
252Calm me, my God, and keep me calmDALEHURSTPage Scan
253There is a safe and secret placeGREEN HILLPage Scan
254O thou whose bounty fills my cupNAZARETHPage Scan
255My God, I thank Thee who hast madeWENTWORTHPage Scan
256aJesus, Lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDEPage Scan
256bJesus, Lover of my soulABERYSTWYTHPage Scan
256cJesus, Lover of my soulMARTYNPage Scan
257Jesus, Saviour, pilot mePILOTPage Scan
258aLead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan
258bLead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomYATTENDONPage Scan
259There is no sorrow, Lord, too lightWINDERMEREPage Scan
260O love divine, that stooped to shareLAWISTONPage Scan
261Guide me, O thou great JehovahCAERSALEMPage Scan
262If thou but suffer God to guide theeNEUMARKPage Scan
263Dear Lord and Father of mankindWHITTIERPage Scan
264How gentle God's commandsDENNISPage Scan
265I bow my forehead to the dustHEREFORDPage Scan
266Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peaceREFUGEPage Scan
267Come, my soul, thy suit prepareSAVANNAH (or Herrnhut)Page Scan
268Father, in thy mysterious presence kneelingCOMMENDATIOPage Scan
269Prayer is the soul's sincere desireBYEFIELDPage Scan
270From ev'ry stormy wind that blowsRETREATPage Scan
271When the weary seeking restINTERCESSION NEWPage Scan
272My God, my Father, while I strayTROYTE, No. 1 (Chant)Page Scan
273Sweet is thy mercy, LordST. ANDREWPage Scan
274Behold us, Lord, a little spaceADVENTPage Scan
275Son of God, to thee I cryBREAD OF HEAVENPage Scan
276Make me a captive, LordLEOMINSTERPage Scan
277From the recesses of a lowly spiritATONEMENTPage Scan
278Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsAMSTERDAMPage Scan
279Blest are the pure in heartPOSTDAMPage Scan
280As pants the hart for cooling streamsMARTYRDOM (Avon)Page Scan
281Come thou fount of every blessingSHIPSTONPage Scan
282Walk in the light, so shalt thou knowTOTTENHAMPage Scan
283O for a closer walk with GodTILTEY ABBEYPage Scan
284Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless roundUNITYPage Scan
285Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theeBETHANYPage Scan
286Forward! be our watchwordFORWARDPage Scan

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