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Catherine Winkworth at CCEL

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A child cares nought for gold or treasure
A deep and holy awe
A heart that hath repented
A heart that hath repented
A man oft thinks within his breast
A moment's space, and gently, wondrously
A moment's space, and gently, wondrously
A pilgrim here I wander
A pilgrim here I wander
A spotless Rose is blowing
A sure stronghold our God is He
A sure stronghold our God is He
A sure stronghold our God is He
A thousand years are as a day
A warm and loving heart, a childlike mind
Abide among us as our shield
Abide among us as our shield
Abide among us with Thy grace
Abide among us with Thy grace
Abide among us with Thy ray
Abide among us with Thy ray
Abide among us with Thy word
Abide among us with Thy word
Abide with us in faithful love
Abide with us in faithful love
Abide with us to bless us still
Abide with us to bless us still
Abram's promised great reward
Absorb my will in Thine; support and bear
Accept, O Lord, our thankful praises
Again, "My God, My God," He cried
Against our foes some succour quickly send us
Against Thee only have I sinn'd, I own it
Ah! and still how many a heart
Ah Christ, do Thou within me speak
Ah! dearest Jesus, Holy Child
Ah! dearest Jesus, Holy Child
Ah God, from heav'n look down and see
Ah God, my days are dark indeed
Ah God, my days are dark indeed
Ah God! no tempest's shock
Ah God, now lead me of Thy love
Ah happy hours, whene'er upsprings
Ah! hide not for our sins Thy face
Ah hide not for our sins Thy face
Ah, how blindly did we stray
Ah how blindly did we stray
Ah how dearly were we bought
Ah how dearly were we bought
Ah how hungers all my spirit
Ah how hungers all my spirit
Ah how shall I my freedom win?
Ah how shall I my freedom win?
Ah! in that fair place
Ah Jesu Christ! our mighty Rock
Ah, Jesus Christ, my Lord
Ah Jesus Christ, my Lord!
Ah Jesus, the merit
Ah Jesus, when, when, wilt Thou lead
Ah! little have I, Lord, to give
Ah, look on me with pity
Ah look on me with pitying grace
Ah Lord, at this gracious hour
Ah Lord, at this gracious hour
Ah Lord God! hear us we implore!
Ah! Lord, how shall I meet Thee
Ah Lord, if but Thee I have
Ah Lord, if but Thee I have
Ah Lord Jesus, grant that we
Ah Lord, let Thy dear angels come
Ah Lord, let Thy dear angels come
Ah! Lord our God, let them not be confounded
Ah! Lord, the universe
Ah Lord, this cruel burden
Ah Lord, Thy woes belong
Ah Lord, who hast created all
Ah, Lord, who hast created all
Ah might I wish, ah might I choose
Ah! never can I praise enough
Ah! never then
Ah no! God ne'er forgets His own
Ah no, I do not wake alone
Ah! no shepherd e'er, as He
Ah now the blessed door
Ah! that bliss can ne'er be told
Ah then I have my heart's desire
Ah then I have my heart's desire
Ah then, teach me duly
Ah then, teach me duly
Ah then till life hath reach'd its bound
Ah Thou wilt, Thou canst not cease
Ah! though I lived a thousand years
Ah! what hath stirred Thy heart
Ah when shall day
Ah whither now for comfort turn?
Ah whither now for comfort turn?
Ah! who in this my strait
Ah who would dare rebel against Thee here?
Ah would that I could share
Ah would that I were bidden
Ah would that promised Day were here
Ah, would that promised Day were here
Ah wounded Head! Must Thou
Ah wounded Head that bearest
Ah yes, my home is yonder
Ah yes, my home is yonder
Ah yes! till life hath reached its bound
Alas dear Lord, what evil hast Thou done
Alas, dear Lord, what law then hast Thou broken
Alas! my God! my sins are great
Alas! my Lord and God
Alas! my Saviour, who could dare
Alas! that I have served so long
Alas! that I so late have known Thee
Alas! when I remember all
All are alike before His face
All are alike before the Highest
All at last is ended
All Beauty is Thine own
All delight, all consolation
All delight, all consolation
All evil spirits drive away
All eyes do wait on Thee, O Lord
All glory be to God on High
All growth of the forest
All hallow'd be Thy name, O Lord!
All has its day, the proverb saith
All heavens are Thine, yet Thou didst come
All heavens are Thine, yet Thou dost come
All love is Thine, O Spirit!
All lovely hues have faded
All lovely hues of life
All my heart this night rejoices
All my heart this night rejoices
All my hope is grounded surely
All my life I still have found
All my life I still have found
All my spirit thirsts to see
All our knowledge, sense, and sight
All our knowledge, sense, and sight
All passeth away, but God liveth aye
All perfect wisdom lies in Thee
All praise and thanks to God most High
All praise and thanks to God most High
All praise and thanks to God
All praise and thanks to God
All praise and thanks to God
All praise to God alone
All the hosts of heaven and earth
All the world can give is cheating
All things hang on our possessing
All things hang on our possessing
All things stand revealed by Thee
All things that move
All wealth, all glories, here below
All wealth, all glories, here below
All ye Gentile lands awake!
All ye who name Christ's holy name
All ye who name Christ's holy Name
Am I a stranger here, on earth alone
Am I on earth alone and friendless stranger?
Amen, dear God! now send us faith
Amen, dear God! now send us faith
Amen! I say, not fearing
Amen, Lord Jesus, grant our prayer!
Amen! that is, so let it be!
Amid the holy angels placed
And all who else have stray'd from Thee
And all who else have stray'd from Thee
And as my life is onward gliding
And as the needle while we rove
And as we draw near
And at last, when all fulfilled
And at last when we must die
And at last when we must die
And bid Thy Word, the fairest Star
And bid Thy Word within us
And Christ, be Thou our Friend and Guide
And Christ, be Thou our Friend and Guide
And, dearest Jesus, blest be Thou
"And even as I have done and said
And ever do I take delight
And ever weeping as I spoke
And first, O Father, praise to Thee
And fled I hence, In my despair
And fled I in my fear
And for the creatures He hath made
And for the creatures He hath made
And from His fulness grant each soul
And from those I love, I pray
And from those I love, I pray
And from Thy sorrows will I learn
And give us peace; peace in the church and school
And God who earth and heaven hath made
And grant, Lord, when the year is over
And grant me, Lord, to do
And grant me, Lord, to do
And grant that Hope may never fail
And He will lead the white-robed throng
And help me to become a child
And henceforth will I day by day
And herewith will I end the song
And His Spirit, blessed Guide
And humming, hovering to and fro
And I have eaten of His flesh
And I have eaten of His flesh
And I have promised fear and love
And I have vowed to fear and love Thee
And I should say Stay there, my son
And I will nail me to Thy cross
And I will study to adorn
And if a longer life
And if a longer life
And if it must be so
And if the pure and sinless One
And if this night my last should prove
And if this work be Thine, oh bless
And keep me of Thy kindness
And last,--"My Father, to Thine hands
And let me be with all
And let me be with all
And let me do to others
And let me now so order all
And let me now so order all
And let me promise nought
And let me promise nought
And let our nation learn to know
And let the fire within me move
And let Thy conquering banner wave
And let Thy cross upbear me
And let Thy grace, O Lord, control
And let Thy sorrows cheer
And let Thy wisdom be my guide
And let Thy Word have speedy course
And many a pious heart shall learn
And may this year to me be holy
And must thou suffer here and there
And my soul complaineth not
And my soul complaineth not
And my soul despaireth not
And my soul despaireth not
And my soul doth cease from cares
And my soul is free from care
And my soul repineth not
And my soul repineth not
And never let me waver more
And never let my purpose falter
And of Thy grace on me bestow
And of Thy mercy now bestow
And o'er His little flock He yearns
And perfect health, untouched by pain
And rich the world in things invisible
And set me, Lord, in Paradise
And since Thy Spirit sheds abroad
And so I hence am going
And so I stretch mine arms to Thee
And so to earth again we trust
And so to earth again we trust
And so to Thee still cleaving
And so to Thy good pleasure
And so with joy I drink my cup
And then within the heart abide
And there shall I at last repay
And therefore do my thanks o'erflow
And therefore do my thinks o'erflow
And therefore now I close my eyes
And these dark hours of anxious pain
And those found faithful then shall see
And Thou dost all our sins forgive
And Thou in Christ hast rescued me
And Thou Thy Spirit dost bestow
And though it linger till the night
And though it tarry till the night
And though through desert wilds I fare
And thus I live in God at peace
And thus I live in God at peace
And thus my hope is in the Lord
And thus we come, O God, to-day
And thus we come, O God, to-day
And to you a last good night
And we believe In Jesus Christ
And we believe in Jesus Christ
And we confess the Holy Ghost
And we confess the Holy Ghost
And were the world with devils fill'd
And were the world with devils filled
And were the world with devils filled
And what I say, let each this morn
And what Thy Spirit thus hath taught me
And when, dear Lord, before Thy throne in heaven
And when earth cannot comfort more
And when I must die
"And when I rise to heaven above
And when my lips grow white and chill
And when our tears for sin o'erflow
And when our tears for sin o'erflow
And when the Day is come
And when the Day is come
And when the last great Day is come
And when the last great Day is come
And when the spirit flies away
And when the wearied hands give way
And when the wearied hands grow weak
And when Thou bidd'st me leave this world of strife and pain
And when Thou bidd'st me leave this world of strife and pain
And when Thou dost come again
And when within that lovely Paradise
And when within that lovely Paradise
And whene'er a yearning strong
And whether thy chill deeps become our grave
And who the cup prepared Him
And why Thy Spirit, Lord, began
And words of Thine can never fail
And ye come on ready wing
And ye come on ready wing
And yet, dear Lord, this shrinking heart
And yet in death or pain or loss
Anoint us with Thy blessed love
Another's course may not be thine
Appear then, my Defender
Are we not by gifts surrounded
Arise, and let us day and night
Arise, and let us night and day
Arise and make an end of all
Arise, the kingdom is at hand
Arise, the kingdom is at hand
Art thou faithful? Stand apart
Art thou faithful? then oppose
Art thou faithful? Wake and watch
As a bird at dawning singeth
As a bird in meadows fair
As a father ne'er withdraws
As a father ne'er withdraws
As a father not too soon
As a father not too soon
"As I live," He surely saith
As I watch Thee far ascending
As Mary once devoutly sought
As silver that through fire hath passed
As the eagle o'er her nest
As the eagle o'er her nest
As the harts at noonday pant
As the hunted hart hath panted
As Thou, Lord, hast commanded me
As Thy beloved soothe the sick and weeping
As Thy beloved, soothe the sick and weeping
As Thy coming was in peace
As toward her sun the sunflower turns
As toward her sun the sunflower turns
As true as God's own word is true
At home in that calm, happy place
At home is Life that never dies
At last thou goest forth
At Zarephath a smelter's wife
Awake! He comes to judgment, wake!
Awake, my heart's delight, awake
Awake, O man, and from thee shake
Awake! thou careless world, awake!
Awake, thou careless world, awake!
Awake, Thou Spirit, who of old
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