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Catherine Winkworth at CCEL

First Lines of Verses of Hymns

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Baptized into Thy name most holy
Be it as He ordains whose name is Love!
Be it Thine to stir our will
Be my help when danger's nigh
Be not o'er-mastered by thy pain
Be of good cheer; your cause belongs
Be our voyage, brethren, such
Be still and trust!
Be still, my throbbing heart, be still
Be this a time of grace and pardon
Be thou content; be still before
Be Thou our bliss, our light
Be Thou our joy, our brightness
Before the Holy One I fall
Before the Holy One I fall
Before Thy power the hills and valleys shake
Begone, ye pleasures false and vain
Begone, ye pleasures false and vain
Behold, how He hath everywhere
Behold, how He hath everywhere
Behold, how through the boundless sky
Behold, how through the boundless sky
Behold the waters' ceaseless flow
Behold the waters' ceaseless flow
Behold, through all the eternal ages, still
Behold thy Lord
Behold thy Lord
Bend the stubborn will to Thine
Bend the stubborn will to Thine
Bid Him bless what thou art doing
Bid Him bless what thou art doing
Bid them Thy easy yoke to know
Bitter anguish have I borne
Bitter anguish have I borne
Bless all my works and ways, my light increase
Bless my trials thus to sever
Bless my trials thus to sever
Bless to-day what I am doing
Bless to-day whate'er I do
Blessed Jesus, at Thy word
Blessed Jesus, at Thy word
Blessed Jesus, here we stand
Blessed Jesus, here we stand
Blessed Saviour, let me find Thee!
Blessed Sun of Grace! O'er all
Blessed Sun! Oh let Thy rays
Blest be the day and blest the hour
Blest such a house, it prospers well
Blest, where the busy hands fulfil
Blest, where their prayers shall daily rise
Bliss from Thee my soul hath won
Body, be thou of good cheer
Bound unto the flying hours
Break through my bonds whate'er it cost
Brethren, go forth beside all ways
Brightest Star of eastern skies!
Brightest Star of eastern skies
Brightness of His Face!
Brightness of the eternal city!
Brightness of the eternal city!
Bruise for me the serpent's head
But ah! my coward spirit droops
But ah! my coward spirit droops
But curb my heart, forgive my guilt
But from Thee how can I hide me
But hast thou some darling plan
But hast thou some darling plan
But heaven and earth, O Lord, are Thine
But help me; let Thy heavenly showers
But His goodners still shall flourish
But human wisdom searches, Lord, in vain
But I will tell, while I am living
But if I not yet
But if it please that love most kind
But if Thou look on me in love
But if Thou look on me in love
But in heaven there stands a Home
But Jesus Christ, God's only Son
But let me feel Thou guidest me
But must I walk the vale of death
But not yet the gates of gold
But now I need not fear for thee
But now no human wit or might
But of Thy goodness will I sing
But only may He of His grace
But put to shame Thy foes, who breathe defiance
But sin hath so within me wrought
But sin hath so within me wrought
But since my strength, alas, will ne'er prevail
But since my strength alone will ne'er suffice me
But still Thy love befriends us
But suddenly that sleep was broke
But, the day-spring from on high
But the glory of the Lord
But the Lord doth nought amiss
But the Lord doth nought amiss
But Thou must also deign to be my own
But Thou, my God, no rest dost know
But Thou, my Joy and Gladness
But Thou, my joy and gladness
But Thou so oft hast blessings shed
But through many a trial
But what I cannot, Thou true Good
But what is joy or living
But when I hear it sweetly sing
But when I was worn with care
But when that morning shall appear
But when Thou mak'st Thy presence felt
But where God rules it must be so
But while watching, also see
But worthless is my sacrifice, I own it
But ye, O faithful souls, shall see
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