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Nails pierced thy hands and feet
Nations afar, in ignorance deep
Nature cannot hold thee
Naught to this seat approacheth
Nearer, ever nearer
Nearer, my God, to Thee
Nearer the bound of life
Nearer the great white throne
Neither might the gates of death
Never from thy pasture roving
Ne'er think the victory won
New every morning is the love
New graces ever gaining
New mercies, each returning day
New time, new favour, and new joys
No earth-forged arms we bear
No earthly songs are half so sweet
No longer Thomas then denied
No more let sins and sorrows grow
No more shall foes unclean invade
No more they tremble at the grave
No mortal can with Him compare
No mouldering tomb shall hold thee in repose
No murky cloud o'ershadows thee
No pillow under thee
No sinful word, nor deed of wrong
No voice can sing, no heart can frame
None can tell us: all is written
Nor alms, nor deeds that I have done
Nor let thy spreading Gospel rest
Nor shall fail from memory's treasure
Not as of old a little child
Not by thy mighty hand
Not in that poor lowly stable
Not spilt like water on the ground
Not unto us: Lord Jesus
Not with the hope of gaining aught
Now cease they not, to all on earth that dwell
Now Christ, from gloomy hell, comes triumphing
Now from the altar of my heart
Now glows the earth with painted flowers' array
Now, in the meanwhile, with hearts raised on high
Now let the heavens be joyful
Now, my tongue, the mystery telling
Now our heavenly Aaron enters
Now redemption, long expected
Now thank we all our God
Now that the sun is gleaming bright
Now the day is over
Now the frail vessel Thou hast made
Now the iron bars are broken
Now the laborer's task is o'er
Now the queen of seasons, bright
Now, these little ones receiving
Now they reign in heavenly glory
Now with gladness, now with courage
Now with the Lord of new and heav'nly birth
Now with the Lord of new and heavenly birth
Now with the newborn day I give
Now with triumphal palms they stand
Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell
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