Henry Francis Lyte

Henry Francis Lyte
Short Name: Henry Francis Lyte
Full Name: Lyte, Henry Francis, 1793-1847
Birth Year: 1793
Death Year: 1847

Lyte, Henry Francis, M.A., son of Captain Thomas Lyte, was born at Ednam, near Kelso, June 1, 1793, and educated at Portora (the Royal School of Enniskillen), and at Trinity College, Dublin, of which he was a Scholar, and where he graduated in 1814. During his University course he distinguished himself by gaining the English prize poem on three occasions. At one time he had intended studying Medicine; but this he abandoned for Theology, and took Holy Orders in 1815, his first curacy being in the neighbourhood of Wexford. In 1817, he removed to Marazion, in Cornwall. There, in 1818, he underwent a great spiritual change, which shaped and influenced the whole of his after life, the immediate cause being the illness and death of a brother clergyman. Lyte says of him:—

"He died happy under the belief that though he had deeply erred, there was One whose death and sufferings would atone for his delinquencies, and be accepted for all that he had incurred;"

and concerning himself he adds:—

"I was greatly affected by the whole matter, and brought to look at life and its issue with a different eye than before; and I began to study my Bible, and preach in another manner than I had previously done."

From Marazion he removed, in 1819, to Lymington, where he composed his Tales on the Lord's Prayer in verse (pub. in 1826); and in 1823 he was appointed Perpetual Curate of Lower Brixham, Devon. That appointment he held until his death, on Nov. 20, 1847. His Poems of Henry Vaughan, with a Memoir, were published in 1846.

His own Poetical works were:—
(1) Poems chiefly Religious 1833; 2nd ed. enlarged, 1845. (2) The Spirit of the Psalms, 1834, written in the first instance for use in his own Church at Lower Brixham, and enlarged in 1836; (3) Miscellaneous Poems (posthumously) in 1868. This last is a reprint of the 1845 ed. of his Poems, with "Abide with me" added. (4) Remains, 1850.
Lyte's Poems have been somewhat freely drawn upon by hymnal compilers; but by far the larger portion of his hymns found in modern collections are from his Spirit of the Psalms. In America his hymns are very popular. In many instances, however, through mistaking Miss Auber's (q. v.) Spirit of the Psalms, 1829, for his, he is credited with more than is his due. The Andover Sabbath Hymn Book, 1858, is specially at fault in this respect. The best known and most widely used of his compositions are "Abide with me, fast falls the eventide;” “Far from my heavenly home;" "God of mercy, God of grace;" "Pleasant are Thy courts above;" "Praise, my soul, the King of heaven;" and "There is a safe and secret place." These and several others are annotated under their respective first lines: the rest in common use are:—
i. From his Poems chiefly Religious, 1833 and 1845.
1. Above me hangs the silent sky. For Use at Sea.
2. Again, 0 Lord, I ope mine eyes. Morning.
3. Hail to another Year. New Year.
4. How good, how faithful, Lord, art Thou. Divine care of Men.
5. In tears and trials we must sow (1845). Sorrow followed by Joy.
6. My [our] rest is in heaven, my [our] rest is not here. Heaven our Home.
7. 0 Lord, how infinite Thy love. The Love of God in Christ.
8. Omniscient God, Thine eye divine. The Holy Ghost Omniscient.
9. The leaves around me falling. Autumn.
10. The Lord hath builded for Himself. The Universe the Temple of God.
11. Vain were all our toil and labour. Success is of God.
12. When at Thy footstool, Lord, I bend. Lent.
13. When earthly joys glide swift away. Ps. cii.
14. Wilt Thou return to me, O Lord. Lent.
15. With joy we hail the sacred day. Sunday.

ii. From his Spirit of the Psalms, 1834.
16. Be merciful to us, O God. Ps. lvii.
17. Blest is the man who knows the Lord. Ps. cxii.
18. Blest is the man whose spirit shares. Ps. xli.
19. From depths of woe to God I cry. Ps. cxxxx.
20. Gently, gently lay Thy rod. Ps. vi.
21. Glorious Shepherd of the sheep. Ps. xxiii.
22. Glory and praise to Jehovah on high. Ps. xxix.
23. God in His Church is known. Ps. lxxvi.
24. God is our Refuge, tried and proved. Ps. xlvi.
25. Great Source of my being. Ps. lxxiii.
26. Hear, O Lord, our supplication. Ps. lxiv.
27. How blest the man who fears the Lord. Ps.cxxviii.
28. Humble, Lord, my haughty spirit. Ps. cxxxi.
29. In this wide, weary world of care. Ps. cxxxii.
30. In vain the powers of darkness try. Ps.lii.
31. Jehovah speaks, let man be awed. Ps. xlix.
32. Judge me, O Lord, and try my heart. Ps. xxvi.
33. Judge me, O Lord, to Thee I fly. Ps. xliii.
34. Lord, I have sinned, but O forgive. Ps. xli.
35. Lord, my God, in Thee I trust. Ps. vii.
36. Lord of the realms above, Our Prophet, &c. Ps.xlv.
37. Lone amidst the dead and dying. Ps. lxii.
38. Lord God of my salvation. Ps. lxxxviii.
39. Lord, I look to Thee for all. Ps. xxxi.
40. Lord, I would stand with thoughtful eye. Ps. lxix.
41. Lord, my God, in Thee I trust. Ps. vii.
42. My God, my King, Thy praise I sing. Ps. cviii.
43. My God, what monuments I see. Ps. xxxvi.
44. My spirit on [to] Thy care. Ps. xxxi.
45. My trust is in the Lord. Ps. xi.
46. Not unto us, Almighty Lord [God]. Ps. cxv.
47. O God of glory, God of grace. Ps. xc.
48. O God of love, how blest are they. Ps. xxxvii.
49. O God of love, my God Thou art. Ps. lxiii.
50. O God of truth and grace. Ps. xviii.
51. O had I, my Saviour, the wings of a dove. Ps. lv.
52. O how blest the congregation. Ps. lxxxix.
53. O how safe and [how] happy he. Ps. xci.
54. O plead my cause, my Saviour plead. Ps. xxxv.
55. O praise the Lord, 'tis sweet to raise. Ps. cxlvii.
56. O praise the Lord; ye nations, pour. Ps. cxvii.
57. O praise ye the Lord With heart, &c. Ps. cxlix.
58. O that the Lord's salvation. Ps. xiv.
59. O Thou Whom thoughtless men condemn. Ps. xxxvi.
60. Of every earthly stay bereft. Ps. lxxiv.
61. Our hearts shall praise Thee, God of love. Ps. cxxxviii.
62. Pilgrims here on earth and strangers. Ps. xvi.
63. Praise for Thee, Lord, in Zion waits. Ps. lxv.
64. Praise to God on high be given. Ps. cxxxiv.
65. Praise ye the Lord, His servants, raise. Ps. cxiii.
66. Redeem'd from guilt, redeem'd from fears. Ps. cxvi.
67. Save me by Thy glorious name. Ps. liv.
68. Shout, ye people, clap your hands. Ps. xlvii.
69. Sing to the Lord our might. Ps. lxxxi.
70. Strangers and pilgrims here below. Ps. cix.
71. Sweet is the solemn voice that calls. Ps. cxxii.
72. The Church of God below. Ps. lxxxvii.
73. The Lord is King, let earth be glad. Ps. xcvii.
74. The Lord is on His throne. Ps. xciii.
75. The Lord is our Refuge, the Lord is our Guide. Ps. xlvii.
76. The mercies of my God and King. Ps. lxxxix.
77. The Lord Who died on earth for men. Ps. xxi.
78. Tis a pleasant thing to fee. Ps. cxxxiii.
79. Thy promise, Lord, is perfect peace. Ps. iii.
80. Unto Thee I lift mine [my] eyes. Ps. cxxiii.
81. Whom shall [should] we love like Thee? Ps. xviii.
Lyte's versions of the Psalms are criticised where their sadness, tenderness and beauty are set forth. His hymns in the Poems are characterized by the same features, and rarely swell out into joy and gladness.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Lyte, Henry Francis, p. 706, i. Additional versions of Psalms are in common use:--
1. Lord, a thousand foes surround us. Psalms lix.
2. Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion waits. Psalms lxv.
3. The Christian like his Lord of old. Psalms cxl.
4. The Lord of all my Shepherd is. Psalms xxiii.
5. The Lord of heaven to earth is come. Psalms xcviii.
6. Thy mercy, Lord, the sinner's hope. Psalms xxxvi.
7. To Thee, O Lord, in deep distress. Psalms cxlii. Sometimes given as "To God I turned in wild distress."
8. Uphold me, Lord, too prone to stray. Psalms i.
9. When Jesus to our [my] rescue came. Psalms cxxvi. These versions appeared in the 1st edition of Lyte's Spirit of the Psalms, 1834. It must be noted that the texts of the 1834, the 1836, and the 3rd ed., 1858, vary considerably, but Lyte was not responsible for the alterations and omissions in the last, which was edited by another hand for use at St. Mark's, Torquay.
Lyte's version of Psalms xxix., "Glory and praise to Jehovah on high" (p. 706, ii., 22), first appeared in his Poems, 1st ed., 1833, p. 25. Read also No. 39 as "Lord, I look for all to Thee."

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

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Henry Francis Lyte (1 June 1793 – 20 November 1847) was an Anglican divine, hymnodist, and poet.

Texts by Henry Francis Lyte (216)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
إن تركي كل ماليHenry F. Lyte (Author)Arabic1
കൂടെ പാര്‍ക്ക നേരം വൈകുന്നിതാ (Kūṭe pārkka nēraṁ vaikunnitā)Henry F. Lyte (Author)Malayalam2
قابلا حمل صليبيHenry F. Lyte (Author)Arabic1
سبحي رب الأعاليHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Arabic1
تحت جناحي القديرHenry F. Lyte (Author)Arabic1
我心,應當來稱頌主,帶你禮物來獻上; (Wǒ xīn, yīngdāng lái chēngsòng zhǔ, dài nǐ lǐwù lái xiàn shàng;)Henry F. Lyte (Author)Chinese2
夕陽西沉, 求主與我同居 (Xīyáng xī chén, qiú zhǔ yǔ wǒ tóngjū)Henry F. Lyte (Author)Chinese4
يا سيدي قد زايلت شمسيHenry F. Lyte (Author)Arabic1
A Jesus, o Rei da glória, santos hinos entoai.Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Portuguese2
Abide with me: fast falls the eventideLyte (Author)English1474
Abide with me, the Kosmon dawn is hereHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Abiding, O so wondrous sweet!H. F. Lyte (Author)English5
Above me hangs the silent skyHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
Ach bleib' bei mir, weil's Abend worden istHenry F. Lyte (Author)German5
Again, O Lord, I ope my eyesHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Agtaengca caniacHenry F. Lyte (Author)Tagalog2
Alabad al Rey del cieloHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Spanish2
Alles will ich, Herr, verlassenHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German5
Arise, ye people, and adoreHenry F. Lyte (Author)English25
As bright and lasting as the sunHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
As pants the hart for cooling springs, So longs my soul, O King of KingsHenry F. Lyte (Author)English4
As pants the hart for cooling streams, When heated in the chaseHenry Francis Lyte (Alterer)English49
Away, ye ceaseless doubts and fearsLyte (Author)3
Be merciful to us, O God, upon Thy people shine Lyte (Author)English10
Bellas tus moradas sonHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Spanish6
Bleibe bei mir, die Nacht ist vor der TürHenry F. Lyte (Author)German1
Bleibe bei uns, Herr, wenn es Abend wirdHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German2
Blest is the man whose spirit sharesHenry F. Lyte (Author)8
Blest Savior, on thy careHenry F. Lyte (Author)3
Blif du hos mig, ty afton kommer visstHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Bright was the guiding star that ledLyte (Author)English1
Canta, canta, alma míaHenry F. Lyte (Author)Spanish5
Church [child] of God, by Christ's salvationHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English3
Cristo, mi cruz he tomadoHenry F. Lyte (Author)Spanish3
Dark was my lot, and long it spurnedHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
Did Christ o'er sinners weep?Rev. Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) (Author)English3
E ka Makua e Henry F. Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author)Hawaiian2
Es schreit der Hirsch nach frischem QuellLyte (Author)German4
Far from my heavenly homeHenry F. Lyte (Author)English110
Fica ao meu lado, ó Deus, em meu viver.Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Portuguese2
For long I toiled, and knew no earthly restRev. Henry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Forbliv hos mig; fort daler solen blidHenry F. Lyte (Author)Norwegian2
Garai neni usiku hwasvikaHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Shona2
Gently, gently, lay Thy rodLyte (Author)33
Gently, gently, O my God, on me layHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Glorious Shepherd of the sheepHenry Francis Lyte (Author)3
God in his church is knownHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Latin2
God is our refuge, tried and provedHenry F. Lyte (Author)10
God of mercy, God of grace, Show the brightness of Thy faceHenry F. Lyte (Author)English152
God of wisdom, God of graceHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Great God, we hail the sacred dayHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Great is the Lord, his praise be greatHenry F. Lyte (Author)5
Habita em mim na dura tentaçãoHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Portuguese2
Habita en mi, Señor, vive conmigoH. F. Lyte (Author)Spanish2
Hark, round the God of loveHenry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) (Author)English5
Hark! the voice of Jesus crying, "Who will go and work today?"Henry F. Lyte (Author)English1
Haste, O Lord, my spirit faintsHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Hasten, Lord, the glorious timeLyte (Author)English5
Heal me Lord, my flesh is weakHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Hear, O Lord, our supplicationHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Help, Lord, the godly fail!Henry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Herr, bleib bei mir, der Abend bricht hereinHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German2
Herr, bleib' bei mir, die Sonne schon sich neigtH. F. Lyte (Author)German16
Herr, blieb' bei uns, Der Tag hat sich geneigtH. F. Lyte (Author)German2
Herr, ich hab mein Kreuz genommenHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German1
How blest the man who fears the Lord (Lyte)Henry F. Lyte (Author)English4
Humble, Lord, my haughty spiritRev. Henry F. Lyte (Author)8
I at last my cross have takenH. F. Lyte (Arranger)English2
I need thy presence every [Lord] [each] passing hourRev. H. F. Lyte (Author)3
In tears and trials we must sowHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
In thee, O Lord, my trust I placeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)3
In vain the powers of darkness tryHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Is not the way to heavenly gainHenry F. Lyte (Author)4
Jehovah speaks; let man be awedHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Jest ze mną Pan, gdy wieczór zbliźa sięks. Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Polish2
Jesus, baclayec ti cruzmoHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Tagalog2
Jesus, I my cross have taken, All to leave and follow TheeHenry F. Lyte (Author)English1010
Jesus, jag mitt kors vill b'raHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Jesus, mein Kreuz will ich tragenHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German2
Judge me, O Lord, and try my heartHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Judge me, O Lord; to Thee I flyHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Kici mauŋ ye, Christ: oḣaŋkoyaHenry F. Lyte (Author)Dakota1
Know [Take], my soul, thy full salvationHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English124
Know, O child, thy full salvationHenry Francis Lyte (Author)12
Let God arise, and scattered let all His enemies beHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English1
Let the people praise thee, LordHenry F. Lyte (Author)3
Lia wau, e Iesu KristoHenry F. Lyte (Author)Hawaiian2
Lone amidst the dead and dyingHenry F. Lyte (Author)9
Long did I toil and knew no earthly restLyte (Author)English21
Lord God of my salvation, To thee, to thee I cryBishop H. F. Lyte (Author)English14
Lord, how the troublers of my peaceHenry Francis Lyte (Author)3
Lord, I have sinned, but O forgiveHenry F. Lyte (Author)English4
Lord, I look for all to theeHenry F. Lyte (Author)17
Lord, I would stand with thoughtful eyeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Lord of the realms above, Our ProphetHenry F. Lyte (Author)5
Lord, thy blessings shedHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
'Tis not that I did choose TheeHenry F. Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author (st. 3))English1
Lord, to our prayer attendHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Loud was the wind, and wild the tideHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Man in his primal beauty shoneHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Ó minha alma, a Deus bendizeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Portuguese2
Momba anay, ry Jeso Tompo oH. F. Lyte (Author)Malagasy2
My God, my King, Thy praise I'll singH. F. Lyte (1793-1847) (Author)English11
My God, what monuments I seeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)8
My home is in heaven, my rest is not hereHenry F. Lyte (Author)English86
My Savior, how Thy soul was awedHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
My spirit on Thy careHenry F. Lyte (Author)English167
My trust is in the Lord, What foe can injure me?Henry F. Lyte (Author)English12
"No God for me!" the fool exclaimsHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Nos coeurs chantent, roi de gloireHenry F. Lyte (1793-1847) (Author)French2
Not unto us almighty Lord, but to thyself the glory beHenry F. Lyte (Author)English8
Now God be with us, for the night is closingRev. Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) (Author)English1
O bleibe, Herr, der Abend bricht hereinH. F. Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author)German2
O bliv hos mig naar livets kveld er n'rHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
O Dio d’amor, deh, ascolta il mio pregarHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Italian2
O God of glory, God of graceHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
O God of love, how blest are theyHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
O God of love, my God Thou artHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
O had I, my Savior, the wings of a doveRev. Henry Francis Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author)English15
O hallowed Head, compelled to bowHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
O how blest the congregationHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
O learn of me, the Savior criedHenry F. Lyte (Author)12
O Lord, how good, how great art thouHenry F. Lyte (Author)English17
O Lord, how infinite thy loveHenry F. Lyte (Author)16
O plead my cause, my Savior, pleadLyte (Author)3
O praise the Lord, 'tis sweet to raiseHenry F. Lyte (Author)English5
O praise ye the Lord, his greatness proclaimHenry F. Lyte (Author)13
O praise ye the Lord With heart and with voiceHenry F. Lyte (Author)English4
O that day of dread and wonderHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
O what a conquest Jesus wonHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
Of earthly stayHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Of every earthly stay bereftHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
O for the death of thoseLyte (Author)English1
O how safe, how happy heRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author)English9
O lift your hearts, O, tune your tonguesHenry F. Lyte (Author)3
O that the Lord's salvationH. F. Lyte (Author)English97
O while thou dost smile upon meHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English5
On Horeb's rock the prophet stoodHenry F. Lyte (Author)1
On thy Church, O Power DivineLyte (Author)English2
Once more we come before our GodHenry F. Lyte (Author)English1
Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathedLyte (Author)English2
Pilgrims here on earth and strangersHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
Pleasant are Thy courts above in the land of lightRev. H. F. Lyte (Author)English201
Praise, Lord, for thee in Zion waitsHenry F. Lyte (Author)English72
Praise, my soul, the God of heavenHenry Francis Lyte (Author)5
Praise, my soul, the King of heavenHenry F. Lyte (Author)English445
Praise the Lord, His glories showHenry F. Lyte (Author)English135
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore HimHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English1
Praise to God on high be givenHenry F. Lyte (Author)English5
Пребудь со мной! уж свет сменился мглой (Prebud' so mnoy! uzh svet smenilsya mgloy)Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Russian2
Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fearsH. F. Lyte (Author)English17
Rejoice, the Lord is King: Your Lord and King adoreRev. H. F. Lyte (Author)English2
Reste avec moi! C’est l’heure où le jour baisseHenry Francis Lyte (Author)French2
Reste avec moi, déjà le jour déclineHenry F. Lyte (Author)French2
Reste avec nous, Seigneur, le jour déclineHenry F. Lyte (Author)French2
Save me by Thy glorious nameHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
Savior, lead us for we needHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Savior, like a shepherd lead usHenry F. Lyte (Author)English12
Señor Jesús, el día ya se fuéHenry F. Lyte (Author)Spanish2
Señor Jesús, la luz del sol se fueL. F. Lyte (Author)Spanish15
Sing to the Lord our MightH. F. Lyte (Author)English34
Som hjorten skriger efter vandH. F. Lyte (Author)Norwegian2
Som toerstig hjort till k'llan trarHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Sons of men, behold from farLyte (Author)English1
Soul, then know thy full salvationHenry F. Lyte (Author)English18
Spirit of peace, celestial doveLyte (Author)English3
Spirit of purity and loveLyte (Author)1
Stranger and pilgrim here below, I turn for refuge, Lord, to theeHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
Sweet evening hour, sweet evening hourHenry F. Lyte (Author)9
Sweet is the solemn voice that callsRev. Henry F. Lyte (Author)English19
Sweet is the work, O LordRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1793-1847 (Author)English6
Swift to its close ebbs out life's little dayHenry F. Lyte (Author)English5
Teach me, Lord, my true conditionHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
The Christian, like his Lord of oldHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
The church of God belowHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
The leaves around me fallingHenry F. Lyte (Author)English18
The Lord hath builded for himselfHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English3
The Lord in trouble hear theeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)5
The Lord is our Refuge, the Lord is our GuideHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
The Lord of all my Shepherd isHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
The Lord who died on earth for menHenry F. Lyte (Author)2
The love of God, how safely led, How surely kept, how richly fedHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
The mercies of my God and KingHenry F. Lyte (Author)English30
The powers of earth and hell combineHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
There is a safe and secret placeHenry F. Lyte (Author)English114
They who on the Lord relyLyte (Author)English2
Thou, whose never failing armHenry F. Lyte (Author)6
Thy mercy, Lord, the sinner's hopeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Thy promise, Lord, is perfect peaceHenry F. Lyte (Author)3
'Tis a pleasant thing to seeH. F. Lyte (Author)English14
’Tis He! ’Tis He! The Son of God!Henry F. Lyte (Author)English2
To bless thy chosen raceHenry Francis Lyte (Alterer)English1
Tossed upon life's raging billowLyte (Author)English1
Uphold me, Lord, too prone to strayLyte (Author)English7
വാഴ്ത്തെൻ ദേഹി സ്വർ-രാജനെ (Vāḻtten dēhi svar-rājane)Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Malayalam2
Vain were all our toil and laborHenry F. Lyte (Author)English13
Vainly through night's weary hoursHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English6
Vater der Barmherzigkeit, lass, o Höchter, allezeitHenry Francis Lyte (Author)German2
Ver tú mær hjá, nú sólin fór um sýnHenry Francis Lyte (Author)Faroese2
我靈, 讚美天上君王 (Wǒ líng, zànměi tiānshàng jūnwáng)Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Chinese4
Well Thy works proclaim Thee, LordHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
When at Thy footstool, Lord, I bendHenry F. Lyte (Author)English32
When earthly joys glide swift awayHenry Francis Lyte (Author)1
When glorious in the nightly skyHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
When Jesus to my rescue cameHenry Francis Lyte (Author)English2
Who O Lord, when life is overLyte (Author)English3
Whom have we, Lord, in heaven but TheeLyte (Author)English2
Whom should we love like theeHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Why bid me like a birdHenry Francis Lyte (Author)2
Why do the people rageHenry F. Lyte (Author)English2
With joy we hail the sacred dayLyte (Author)English9
Word of God, in mercy givenH. F. Lyte (Author)English2
耶穌,我今撇下所有 (Yēsū, wǒ jīn piē xià suǒyǒu)Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Chinese2
與我同桂,夕陽西沉迅速 (Yǔ wǒ tóng guì, xīyáng xī chén xùnsù)Henry Francis Lyte (Author)Chinese2
Yamni ohiŋniyaŋ kiŋHenry F. Lyte (Author)Dakota1
Yes, he is mine, and naught of earthly thingsHenry F. Lyte (Author)2

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