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Hades gazed in dread surprise
Hail Him now, His task completed
Hail, rising morn! for He hath risen
Hail the gladness, hail the day
Hail! The Man from death arisen
Hail the morn! Let praises cheerful
Hail the morn, with gladness crowned
Hail the morn with heavenly singing
Hail the Resurrection day
Hail the smile of morning!
Hail to the King! O Christ, upon Thy throne
Hail to the King, who comes in weakness now
Hail to the morn that dawns on eastern hills
Hail to the morn, the world exulting sings
Hallelujah! endless glory
Hark the voice of angels
Hark! the voice of children
Hark! upon the morning breezes
"Haste, haste, with joy the tidings tell
Haste! the daylight may forsake thee
Haste to the tomb! Ye mourners haste, with glee!
"Have faith in God," the Master said;--
Have pity, Lord, for Thou art great;--
Have pity, Lord, for Thou art great
Have pity, Lord, for Thou art Love
He bade my wandering cease
He climbed the slopes of Olivet
He gives His pardoning grace
He is risen, even as He said,--
He knows thy grief, He knows it well
He led them forth to Bethany
He may come--what soul can know?--
He mounts a throne with purple spread
He mounts to where the azure shines
He took His chosen three
He Who bare the Cross in woe
He, Who Immortal Life bestows
He Who made the earth His home
Hear the prayer from earth ascending
Hear the voice of Jesus calling
Hear us, O Father blest
Hearts are dark with sorrow
Heaven cannot contain Him
Heavy laden with thy grief
Heralds from the heaven-land
Herdsmen in their watching
Herdsmen keeping lonely vigil
Herdsmen were there who heard the angels sing
Here let Thy people Thee revere
Here, where Thy people meet, Thou art
High on the throne of the Ancient of Days
Highest in rank fall adoringly down
Holding as gain what the world deems but loss
Holy, holy, we adore Thee
Home at last, thy journey ended
Honour to Thee, O Christ, we bring
Hope is ours, and hope is bringing
Hope of the hearts by anguish wrung
Hosts angelic go before Him
How shall we climb the hill of God
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