« Prev Index of First Lines. Next »
5

INDEX OF FIRST LINES.

A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y · Z

Hymn.
According to Thy gracious word, 139
Acquaint thee, O spirit, acquaint thee with God, 199
Affliction’s faded form draws nigh, 329
Ages, ages have departed, 439
A holy air is breathing round, 157
All around us, fair with flowers, 306
All from the sun’s uprise, 495
All men are equal in their birth, 182
All-seeing God! ’tis Thine to know, 288
All ye nations, praise the Lord, 499
Almighty Father! Thou hast many a blessing, 217
Almighty God! in humble prayer, 43
Almighty Spirit, now behold, 594
Am I a soldier of the cross, 311
An offering at the shrine of power, 426
Another day its course has run, 372
Another hand is beckoning us, 404
Approach not the altar with gloom in thy soul, 464
As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean, 96
As every day Thy mercy spares, 59
As oft, with worn and weary feet, 113
As the hart, with eager looks, 226
As the sun’s enlivening eye, 69
Author of good, we rest on Thee, 260
A voice from the desert, 103
A voice upon the midnight air, 131
Awake, my soul! lift up thine eyes, 318
Awake, my soul! stretch every nerve, 315
Awake, our souls, away, our fears, 541
A wondrous star our pioneer, 424
Bear on, my soul! the bitter cross, 532
Before Jehovah’s awful throne, 18
Behold, night’s shadows fade, 550
Behold, the Prince of Peace, 112
Behold the son, how bright, 170
Be near us, O Father, through night’s silent hour, 556
Beneath the shadow of the cross, 564
Beneath the thick but struggling clouds, 295
Beneath Thy trees to-day we meet, 459
Be still! be still! for all around, 4
Be still, my heart! these anxious cares, 323
Be Thou, O God, by night, by day, 551
Birds have their quiet rest, 126
Bless, O Lord, each opening year, 566
Blessed be Thy name forever, 55
Blessed, blessed are the dead, 348
Blest are the pure in heart, 281
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed, 153
Breast the wave, Christian, when it is strongest, 317
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, 108
Brother, hast thou wandered far, 195
Brother, the angels say, 358
Brother, thou art gone before us, 403
Brother, though from yonder sky, 405
Brother, will you slight the message, 511
Burden of shame and woe, 133
By cool Siloam’s shady rill, 444
By earth hemmed in, by earth oppressed, 455
Call the Lord thy sure salvation, 534
Calm on the bosom of thy God, 410
Calm on the listening ear of night, 106
Cheek grow pale, but heart be vigorous, 320
Child, amidst the flowers at play, 98
Christ to the young man said, 569
Clay to clay, and dust to dust, 406
Climb we the mountain afar, 440
Come at the morning hour, 463
Come, kingdom of our God, 584
Come, said Jesus’ sacred voice, 121
Come, Thou Almighty King, 480
Come to Jesus, O my brothers, 161
Come to me, thoughts of heaven, 519
Come to the house of prayer, 1
Come to the land of peace, 360
Come unto me, when shadows darkly gather, 160
“Come who will,” the voice from heaven, 159
Come, ye disconsolate, where’er ye languish, 162
Come, ye who love the Lord, 3
Commit thou all thy griefs, 254
Creator of all, through whose all-seeing might, 558
Cross, reproach and tribulation, 535
Darkness o’er the world was brooding, 104
Dark were the paths our Master trod, 128
Daughter of Zion, awake from thy sadness, 583
Daughter of Zion! from the dust, 179
Day by day the manna fell, 30
Dear as Thou wast, and justly dear, 407
Deem not that they are blest alone, 326
Down the dark future; through long generations, 421
Earth’s busy sounds, and ceaseless din, 481
Ere to the world again we go, 503
Eternal and immortal King, 537
Eternal God! Almighty Cause, 471
Ever patient, loving, meek, 120
Every bird that upward springs, 544
Fading, still fading, the last beam is shining, 370
Faint the earth, and parched with drought, 598
Faint not, poor traveller, though the way, 322
Fare thee well, our fondly cherished, 411
Far from mortal cares retreating, 9
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee, 94
Father, adored in worlds above, 490
Father and God of all mankind, 29
Father divine, the Saviour cried, 130
Father divine, this deadening power control, 514
Father divine, our wants relieve, 523
Father! glorify Thy name, 269
Father, glory be to Thee, 57
Father in heaven to whom our hearts, 41
Father, in Thy mysterious presence kneeling, 33
Father, in Thy presence now, 381
Father! I wait Thy word. The son doth stand, 268
Father, I will not pray, 235
Father of light, conduct our feet, 37
Father of mercies! God of peace, 567
Father of might, my bonds I feel, 527
Father of spirits, humbly bent before Thee, 52
Father, source of every blessing, 245
Father, supply my every need, 501
Father supreme! Thou high and holy One, 553
Father, there is no change to live with Thee, 77
Father, this slumber shake, 515
Father! Thy paternal care, 22
Father! Thy wonders do not singly stand, 79
Father, to Thy kind love we owe, 78
Father! to us Thy children, humbly kneeling, 46
Father, united by Thy grace, 45
Father! we bless the gentle care, 509
Father! we look up to Thee, 539
Father, whate’er of earthly bliss, 470
Father, when o’er our trembling hearts, 213
Father, who art on high, 40
Father, who in the olive shade, 341
Fear was within the tossing bark, 115
Feeble, helpless, how shall I, 214
Flung to the heedless winds, 428
Followers of Christ! arise, 542
For all Thy saints, O God, 167
Forever with the Lord, 231
For mercies past we praise Thee, Lord, 507
Forth from the dark and stormy sky, 6
Forth went the heralds of the cross, 165
Fountain of life, and God of love, 396
From all that dwell below the skies, 63
From every fear and doubt, O Lord, 35
From foes that would our land devour, 434
From Greenland’s icy mountains, 416
From the recesses of a lowly spirit, 489
From Zion’s holy hill there rose, 473
Gently fall the dews of eve, 335
Give to the winds thy fears, 256
Glorious things of thee are spoken, 180
Glory be to God on high, 53
Glory to God, whose witness-train, 429
God comes with succor speedy, 596
God, in the high and holy place, 80
God is in His holy temple, 466
God is love; His mercy brightens, 73
God is our refuge and our strength, 255
God made all His creatures free, 189
God moves in a mysterious way, 259
God of all grace, we come to Thee, 31
God of eternity! from Thee, 565
God of mercy! God of love, 201
God of my life, whose gracious power, 530
God of our fathers, by whose hand, 68
God of the changing year, whose arm of power, 400
God of the earnest heart, 592
God of the ocean, earth and sky, 87
God of the prophet’s power, 168
God of the year! with songs of praise, 398
God’s angels, not only on high do they sing, 579
God that madest earth and heaven, 367
Go in peace! serene dismission, 64
Gone is the hollow murky night, 600
Go, preach the gospel in my name, 385
Go, suffering pilgrim of the earth, 321
Go to dark Gethsemane, 143
Go to the grave in all thy glorious prime, 408
Go when the morning shineth, 97
Great God, and wilt Thou condescend, 448
Great God, the followers of Thy son, 24
Great Ruler of all nature’s frame, 546
Grows dark thy path before thee, 456
Guide us, Lord, while hand in hand, 62
Hallelujah! best and sweetest, 498
Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comes, 109
Hark! through the waking earth, 188
Hasten, Lord, to my release, 216
Hast thou, midst life’s empty noises, 301
Hath not thy heart within thee burned, 90
Hear, Father, hear our prayer, 488
Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken, 192
Heave, mighty ocean, heave, 430
Heaven is a state of rest from sin, 232
Heavenly Father, to whose eye, 493
He knelt, the Saviour knelt and prayed, 132
He lived as none but he has lived, 125
Heralds of creation! cry, 465
Here, in this place of prayer, 12
He sendeth sun, he sendeth shower, 264
He was there alone, when even, 118
Holy and reverend is the name, 491
Holy Father, Thou hast taught me, 528
Holy, holy, holy Lord God Almighty, 49
Holy Son of God most high, 114
Holy Spirit, source of gladness, 483
House of our God, with cheerful anthems ring, 397
How beauteous were the marks divine, 124
How blest the righteous when he dies, 350
How dear is the thought, that the angels of God, 355
How gentle God’s commands, 258
How glad the tone when summer’s sun, 394
How happy is be, born or taught, 279
How little of ourselves we know, 325
How long, O Lord, his brother’s blood, 185
How shall we praise Thee, Lord of light, 25
How sweet, how calm, this Sabbath morn, 374
How sweetly flowed the gospel’s sound, 119
Hush the loud cannon’s roar, 184
I am free! I am free! I have broken away, 244
I cannot always trace the way, 74
If love the noblest, purest, best, 146
If on our daily course our mind, 304
In pleasant lands have fallen the lines, 433
In the broad fields of heaven, 413
In the cross of Christ we glory, 145
In the morning I will pray, 364
In the Saviour’s hour of death, 134
In Thy courts let peace be found, 14
In time of tribulation, 548
In trouble and in grief, O God, 334
In vain we thus recall to mind, 149
I saw on earth another light, 91
Israel’s shepherd, guide us, feed us, 58
Is there a lone and dreary hour, 266
Is this a fast for me, 387
I thirst! O grant the waters pure, 236
It is a faith sublime and sure, 356
It is finished! glorious word, 136
It is finished! Man of sorrows, 141
It is the hour of prayer, 506
It was no path of flowers, 142
I want a principle within, 224
I want the spirit of power within, 223
Jesus shall reign where’er the sun, 176
Jesus, we thy promise claim, 560
Jesus, while he dwelt below, 452
Jews were wrought to cruel madness, 135
Joy! joy! a year is born, 389
Joy to the world! the Lord is come, 110
Launch thy bark, mariner, 431
Leader of Israel’s host, and guide, 270
Lead us with Thy gentle sway, 502
Let me not wander comfortless, 338
Let the world despise and leave me, 536
Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, 137
Light of life, seraphic fire, 21
Like morning, when her early breeze, 510
Like shadows gliding o’er the plain, 402
Lo! God is here; let us adore, 13
Lo! my shepherd’s hand divine, 469
Lord! before Thy presence come, 17
Lord! deliver; Thou canst save, 581
Lord! dismiss us with Thy blessing, 70
Lord! from Thy blessed throne, 415
Lord! have mercy when we pray, 204
Lord! I believe a rest remains, 228
Lord! I believe; Thy power I own, 207
Lord! in heaven, Thy dwelling-place, 54
Lord! in whose might the Saviour trod, 117
Lord Jesus, come! for here, 173
Lord, lead the way the Saviour went, 575
Lord of the families below, 504
Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vows, 373
Lord of the wide-extended main, 572
Lord of the worlds above, 16
Lord of the world, who hast preserved, 557
Lord, once our faith in man no fear could move, 420
Lord! subdue our selfish will, 505
Lord! Thou didst arise and say, 186
Lord! Thy glory fills the heaven, 47
Lord! what offering shall we bring, 11
Lord! when Thine ancient people cried, 438
Lord! whom winds and seas obey, 570
Lo! the lilies of the field, 267
Love divine, all love excelling, 8
Love on! love on! but not the things that own, 298
Lowly and solemn be, 344
Many a power within earth’s bosom, 432
Mark the soft-falling snow, 169
May freedom speed onward, wherever the blood, 582
Meet and right it is to sing, 497
Men! whose boast it is that ye, 437
Mighty God! the first, the last, 72
Mighty One! whose name is holy, 414
My dear Redeemer, and my Lord, 147
My Father, when around me spread, 337
My God! all nature owns Thy sway, 86
My God! in life’s most doubtful hour, 531
My God! in morning’s radiant hour, 56
My God, I thank Thee! may no thought, 327
My God, my Father, while I stray, 263
My God, my strength, my hope, 225
My God, permit me not to be, 221
My soul, be on thy guard, 543
My soul no more shall strive in vain, 241
Nature hath seasons of repose, 586
Nay, tell us not of dangers dire, 309
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 239
No human eyes Thy face may see, 76
No more, on earth no more, 352
None loves me, Father, with Thy love, 249
Not in the name of pride, 155
Not in this simple rite alone, 152
Not only doth the voiceful day, 89
Not that Thy boundless love, my God, 275
Not to the terrors of the Lord, 454
Not with the flashing steel, 419
Now from the altar of our hearts, 508
Now gird your patient loins again, 451
Now host with host assembling, 576
Now let our voices join, 590
Now that the sun is beaming bright, 365
Now the shades of night are gone, 363
O, Almighty God of love, 524
O be not faithless! with the morn, 297
O come and dwell in me, 517
O, draw me, Father, after Thee, 222
O’er silent field and lonely lawn, 461
O’er the mount and through the moor, 308
O fairest born of love and light, 181
Of all the thoughts of God that are, 479
O Father, humbly we repose, 250
O Father, lift our souls above, 39
O Father, though the anxious fear, 7
O for a faith that will not shrink, 520
O for a heart to praise my God, 518
O from these visions dark and drear, 208
O give thanks to Him who made, 496
O God, by whom the seed is given, 65
O God! I thank Thee that the night, 366
O God! the darkness roll away, 172
O God! Thy children, gathered here, 384
O God! to Thee our hearts would pay, 401
O God! to Thee who first hast given, 243
O God! we praise Thee, and confess, 50
O God! who knowest how frail we are, 34
O God, whose presence glows in all, 23
Oh God, that mad’st the earth and sky, 545
O, he whom Jesus loved has truly spoken, 578
O, heaven is where no secret dread, 361
O help us, Lord! each hour of need, 209
O here, if ever, God of love, 158
O holy Father, ’mid the calm, 26
O, if thy brow serene and calm, 287
O know ye not that ye, 280
O let my trembling soul be still, 252
O Lord! how happy should we be, 230
O Lord! through Thee we own, 246
O Lord! Thy heavenly grace impart, 242
O Love! how cheering is thy ray, 233
O lovely voices of the sky, 107
On earth was darkness spread, 138
One cup of healing oil and wine, 291
One prayer I have, all prayers in one, 521
O, not alone on the mount of prayer, 290
O, not alone with outward sign, 198
“O, not for these alone I pray,” 151
O not to crush with abject fear, 122
O not when the death-prayer is said, 343
On the dark wave of Galilee, 127
On the dewy breath of even, 554
Onward, Christian, though the region, 313
Onward speed thy conquering flight, 591
Open, Lord, mine inward ear, 93
Oppression shall not always reign, 190
O pure Reformers! not in vain, 191
O, richly, Father, have I been, 203
O sacred head, now wounded, 562
O say not, think not, heavenly notes, 443
O send me not away! for I would drink, 202
O source divine, and life of all, 75
O speed thee, Christian, on thy way, 316
O spirit, freed from earth, 351
O Spirit of the living God, 587
O stay thy tears! for they are blest, 346
O still trust on, if in the heart, 299
O suffering Friend of human kind, 129
O Thou, at whose divine command, 486
O Thou, at whose rebuke, the grave, 441
O Thou from whom all goodness flows, 211
O Thou great Friend to all the sons of men, 156
O Thou great Spirit, who along, 500
O Thou, in whom the weary find, 513
O Thou, the primal fount of life and peace, 477
O Thou, to whom in ancient time, 81
O Thou, who all things dost control, 512
O Thou, who driest the mourner’s tear, 475
O Thou, who hast at Thy command, 38
O Thou, who hast Thy servants taught, 482
O Thou, who in the garden’s shade, 140
O Thou, whose own vast temple stands, 383
O Thou, whose power o’er moving worlds presides, 467
O Thou, whose power stupendous, 388
O Thou, whose presence went before, 435
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed, 193
Our country is Immanuel’s ground, 449
Our Father, God! not face to face, 487
Our Father, through the coming year, 390
Our Father! we thank Thee for sleep, 460
Our God is a spirit, and they who aright, 20
Our heavenly Father, hear, 28
Our pathway oft is wet with tears, 331
Out of the depths of woe, 547
O what though our feet may not tread where Christ trod, 150
O where are kings and empires now, 588
O where shall rest be found, 227
O who shall say he knows the folds, 283
Part in peace! is day before us, 60
Partners of a glorious hope, 561
Peace of God, which knows no measure, 61
Pour, blessed Gospel, glorious news for man, 177
Pour forth the oil,—pour boldly forth, 294
Praise and thanks and cheerful love, 391
Praise the Lord, when blushing morning, 393
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore Him, 51
Praise to God, immortal praise, 468
Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire, 99
Prayer is to God the soul’s sure way, 100
Press on, press on! ye sons of light, 312
Prisoners of hope, be strong, be bold, 593
Quiet from God! how beautiful to keep, 282
Quiet, Lord, my froward heart, 234
Rejoice in God alway, 257
Return, my soul, unto thy rest, 218
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings, 238
Saviour, I my cross have taken, 272
Scorn not the slightest word or deed, 307
“See how he loved,” exclaimed the Jews, 123
See Israel’s gentle shepherd stand, 445
See the Lord, thy helper, stand, 253
Send kindly light amid the encircling gloom, 220
Shall we grow weary in our watch, 278
Shine on our souls, eternal God, 42
Sing, ye redeemed of the Lord, 597
Slavery and death the cup contains, 577
Sleep not, soldier of the cross, 314
Slowly, by God’s hand unfurled, 371
Songs of praise the angels sang, 48
Sons of men, behold from far, 111
Soul! celestial in thy birth, 197
Source of light and life divine, 368
Sow in the morn thy seed, 540
Speak gently,—it is better far, 285
Speak with us, Lord, Thyself reveal, 522
Spirit of peace and love and power, 599
Suppliant, lo! Thy children bend, 15
Supreme and universal Light, 44
Supreme disposer of the heart, 538
Sweet is the light of Sabbath eve, 462
Sweet is the prayer whose holy stream, 101
Sweet morn! from countless cups of gold, 362
Teach me, my God and King, 302
Teach us to pray, 27
Tell me not, in mournful numbers, 310
Thanks, thanks unto God! who in mercy hath spoken, 345
Thanks to God for those who came, 166
That blessed law of Thine, 229
That might of faith, O Lord, bestow, 526
The aged sufferer waited long, 116
The breaking waves dashed high, 478
The bud will soon become a flower, 300
The darkened sky, how thick it lowers, 328
The daylight is fading o’er earth and o’er ocean, 552
The dead are like the stars by day, 353
The dove, let loose in Eastern skies, 273
The earth all light and loveliness, 395
The fountain in its source, 240
The glorious universe around, 585
The heavenly spheres to Thee, O God, 399
The kings of old have shrine and tomb, 427
The land our fathers left to us, 436
The light pours down from heaven, 458
The Lord descended from above, 472
The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know, 247
The Lord our God is full of might, 573
The mourners came, at break of day, 347
The ocean looketh up to heaven, 85
The offerings to Thy throne which rise, 19
The past is dark with sin and shame, 187
The peace which God bestows, 164
There cometh o’er the spirit, 392
There is a book, who runs may read, 476
There is a state unknown, unseen, 357
There is a world we have not seen, 450
There’s a strife we all must wage, 319
There’s nothing bright above, below, 83
The saints on earth and those above, 453
The Spirit in our hearts, 194
The spirits of the loved and the departed, 354
The uplifted eye and bended knee, 305
The winds are hushed; the peaceful moon, 474
The world may change from old to new, 274
They who on the Lord rely, 248
They who seek the throne of grace, 82
Think gently of the erring one, 284
Thirsting for a living spring, 5
This child we dedicate to Thee, 377
This world is not a fleeting show, 296
Thou art gone to the grave; but we will not deplore thee, 409
Thou art, O God, the life and light, 84
Though lonely be thy path, fear not, for He, 336
Though wandering in a strange land, 88
Thou givest Thy Sabbath, Lord! the din is stilled, 485
Thou hidden love of God, whose height, 219
Thou, infinite in love, 333
Thou Lord of hosts, whose guiding hand, 425
Thou, Lord, who rear’st the mountain’s height, 303
Thou most be born again, 200
Thou seest my feebleness, 516
Thou that art strong to comfort, look on me, 330
Thou, whose almighty word, 174
Through all the various shifting scene, 261
Through all this life’s eventful road, 66
Throughout the hours of darkness dim, 559
Through thee as we together came, 163
Thus said Jesus, “Go and do, 292
Thy bounteous hand with food can bless, 492
“Thy kingdom come,” the heathen lands, 171
Thy presence, ever-living God, 67
Thy servants in the temple watched, 589
Thy servant’s sandals, Lord, are wet, 386
Thy way is on the deep, O Lord, 332
Thy will be done! in devious way, 265
Thy will be done! I will not fear, 276
’Tis my happiness below, 271
’Tis not the gift, but ’tis the spirit, 289
“To God be glory! peace on earth!” 422
To Him who children blest, 379
To prayer, to prayer!—for the morning breaks, 2
To Thee, O God in heaven, 378
To Thee, the Lord Almighty, 494
To the Father’s love we trust, 412
To Thine eternal arms, O God, 205
Triumphant Zion! lift thy head, 178
Turn, child of doubt, estranged from God, 196
Turn not from him who asks of thee, 286
Unchangeable, all-perfect Lord, 71
Unto Thy temple, God of love, 10
Up to the throne of God is borne, 369
Wait on the Lord, ye heirs of hope, 529
Was it in vain that Jesus prayed, 183
Watchman, tell us of the night, 102
We all, O Father, all are Thine, 251
We bless Thee for this sacred day, 484
Weep thou, O mourner, but in lamentation, 340
We follow, Lord, where Thou dost lead, 563
We join to pray, with wishes kind, 380
We love the venerable house, 423
We love this outward world, 339
We pray for truth and peace, 525
Westward, Lord, the world alluring, 418
We wait in faith; in prayer we wait, 595
We will not weep; for God is standing by us, 533
We would leave, O God, to Thee, 324
What precept, Jesus, is like thine, 442
What shall we ask of God in prayer, 32
When arise the thoughts of sin, 148
When, blest Redeemer, thou art near, 154
When from the Jordan’s gleaming wave, 376
When grief and anguish press me down, 262
When in silence o’er the deep, 568
When in thine hour of conflict, Lord, 215
When Israel of the Lord beloved, 36
When long the soul had slept in chains, 574
When on devotion’s seraph wing, 359
When my love to Christ grows weak, 144
When the parting bosom bleeds, 571
When thirst for power or for gold, 457
When with error bewildered, our path becomes dreary, 212
Where ancient forests widely spread, 382
Where for a thousand miles, 417
Where is thy sting, O death, 349
While shepherds watched their flocks by night, 105
While sounds of war are heard around, 580
While Thee I seek, protecting Power, 95
While the stars unnumbered roll, 555
While yet the youthful spirit bears, 447
Who is thy neighbor? he whom thou, 293
Who shall behold the glorious day, 175
Why, Thou never-setting Light, 210
Wilt Thou not visit me, 237
Within Thy courts have millions met, 375
With silence only as their benediction, 342
Wouldst thou in thy lonely hour, 92
Yea! I will extol Thee, 549
Ye joyous ones! upon whose brow, 446
Ye servants of the Lord, 277
Yes! prayer is strong, and God is good, 206
« Prev Index of First Lines. Next »
Please login or register to save highlights and make annotations
Corrections disabled for this book
Proofing disabled for this book
Printer-friendly version





Advertisements



| Define | Popups: Login | Register | Prev Next | Help |