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Catherine Winkworth at CCEL

First Lines of Verses of Hymns

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

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Fain would my heart henceforward be
Fain would my heart henceforward be
Faith feels the Spirit's kindling breath
Faith feels the Spirit's kindling breath
Faith finds in Christ whate'er we need
Faith finds in Christ whate'er we need
Faith in the conscience worketh peace
Faith in the conscience worketh peace
Faith is a living power from heaven
Faith is a living powr from heav'n
Faith must conquer, Hope must bloom
Faith spreads her wings, she sees revealed
Faith spreads her wings, she sees revealed
False teachings now men spread abroad
Far and wide, Thou heavenly Sun
Far off I see my fatherland
Far off I see my fatherland
Farewell, earth, then! I am glad
Farewell, earth, then; I am glad
Farewell I gladly bid Thee
Farewell, O anguish, pain, and fear
Farewell, O World, now home I fare
Farewell, O ye friends I love!
Farewell, O ye much-loved friends!
Farewell, thou dear, dear soul, farewell!
Farewell, thou who choosest
Farewell, thou who choosest
Father, do Thou in mercy deign
"Father, forgive these men;" He spake
Father, hymns to Thee we raise
Father, merciful and holy
Father merciful and holy
Father! replenish with Thy grace
Father! replenish with Thy grace
Father! Thou hast patience long
Father, Thy Name be praised, Thy Kingdom come
Father, Thy name be praised, Thy kingdom given
Father, Thy name be praised, Thy kingdom given
Fear not, O little flock, the foe
Fearless we lay us in the tomb
Fearless we lay us in the tombs
Fight, though it may cost thy life
Fill every heart with holy zeal
Fill with the radiance of Thy grace
Fill with the radiance of Thy grace
Firm, yes firmly, ever cleaving
Fling wide the portals of your heart
Fling wide the portals of your heart
Follow me, in me ye live
For as a shadow passes
For as a tender father
For Christ, my Lord and Brother
For conscience lay oppressed and bound
For daily do I see
For Elijah's voice is crying
For e'en the Son Thou most dost love
For ever will I love Him
For ever will I love Him
For God ere long will summon all
For God loves not only those
For He can plead for me with sighings
For he doth please the Father well
For he who seeks to save his life
For He whose mighty sway
For here, where virtue oft is sad
For I fain would gaze on Thee
For I fain would gaze on Thee
For I shrink beneath the terrors
For I shrink beneath the terrors
For if Christ be born within
For if Christ be born within
For is not our Redeemer bound
For it dawns,--the promised morrow
For man sees not his wretched plight
For my sake He went before me
For no ocean's mighty force
For nothing do we merit
For nought can come, as nought hath been
For of thy gifts, ah! what a wealth
For Salem then
For strange concerns he careth nought
For such His will who made us
For that love hath hidden springs
For the Lord reigneth
For the noblest gift Thou art
For the seed is sown again to bloom
For there are currents undiscerned
For thinking on that sound
For this all things we dare,--
For this the works that Thou hast made
For Thou art calling all the toil-oppress'd
For Thou didst suffer for my soul
For Thou didst suffer for my soul
For Thou dost love to meet us as a Friend
For Thou from me hast warded
For Thou hast promised graciously
For Thou hast promised graciously
For Thou In mercy unto all
For Thou in mercy unto all
For Thou, my God, art Sun and Shield
For thus, O Good Supreme
For Thy brightness, O my Star
For Thy Son hath suffer'd for me
For 'tis our Father made us
For vainly doth our human wisdom ponder--
For velvets soft and silken stuff
For velvets soft and silken stuff
For we have none on whom for help to call
For what am I? At His command
For what can all my toil avail?
For what hath life been giving
For what hath life been giving
For when the night hath lasted long
For when the'world is passing
For who is gracious, Lord, as Thou?
Forgive our sins, that they no more
Forth from Thy rich and bounteous store
Fount of all our joy and peace!
Fount of all our joy and peace
Fount of Good, within me dwell
Fount of joy, my Lord Divine
Frail and fleeting are our powers
Frail and fleeting are our powers
Friend of our perfect choice
From God shall nought divide me
From God shall nought divide me
From God's glances shrink thou never
From God's glances shrink thou never
From head to foot was there no spot in me
From heaven above to earth I come
From Heaven above to earth I come
From henceforth there is nought of mine
From Him can nought my soul divide
From Him can nought my soul divide
From the stars now learn thy duty
From Thee alone all gladness flows
From Thee alone all gladness flows
From Thy ascension let such grace
From Thy ascension let such grace
From Thy heav'nly home
Full many a way, full many a path
Full of grace to charm the heart
Full of wonder, full of art
Fulness of grace is in Thy Word
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