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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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I am baptized into Thy name
I am not worthy, Lord, that Thou
I and my sins, that number more
I ask not, take away this weight of care
I ask not that my course be calm and still
I ask Thee not to finish soon the strife
I bring Thee here, my God, anew
I can rest in thoughts of Him
I can rest in thoughts of Him
I cannot rest, I may not sleep
I cannot rest, I may not sleep
I cannot stay the venomed power of sin
I cling unto Thy grace alone
I cling unto Thy grace alone
I commend to Thee my life
I could weep night and morning
I count the hours, the days, the years
I eat, or wake, or sleep
I felt, Lord, that Thou stoodest still
I flee away to Thy dear Cross
I flee away to Thy dear cross
I give myself to Thee, to Thee alone
I hate it, but its life is strong
I have been grafted in the Vine
I hear the waters rush
I joy that from Thy love divine
I joy that from Thy love divine
I kneel beside Thy couch
I knew it long ere now
I know in Whom I put my trust
I know my end must surely come
I know, my God, and I rejoice
"I know that he will shed My blood
I know that I am in Thy hands
I know the doom that must befall me
I know the evil I have done
I know Thy thoughts are ever
I lean upon His mighty arm
I leave Him not; Earth I can leave
I leave Him not;--for since He chose
I leave Him not; He leaves not me
I leave Him not; what wouldst thou, Sin?
I leave Him not, who came to save
I leave to Thee whate'er is mine
I leave to Thee whate'er is mine
I long for thee, my son, my own
I practice me in self-controul
I praise Thee, O my God and Father
I praise Thee, Saviour, whose compassion
I renounce thee willingly
I renounce thee willingly
I rest me here without a fear
I rest me here without a fear
I rest upon the ground
I say to all men, far and near
I see the threatening danger
I shall see Him with these eyes
I shrink with fear and sore alarm
I sit alone; with tears I bathe my cheeks
I sought Him In my hour of need
I sought Him in my hour of need
I thank Thee, Christ, Eternal Lord
I thank Thee, Christ, Eternal Lord
I thank Thee, then, true Sun of heaven
I think, Art Thou so good to us
I too stretch my hands with longing
I travel to a distant land
I wander'd long in willing blindness
I was a foe to God
I was a wild unfruitful vine
I who so oft in deep distress
I will meet distress and pain
I will meet distress and pain
I will not let Thee go, my God, my Life, my Lord!
I will not let Thee go; should I forsake my bliss?
I will not let Thee go; Thou Help in time of need!
I will return unto the Lord
I will shun no toil or wo
I will shun no toil or wo
I would I were at last at home
I'll think upon Thy mercy hour by hour
If dangers gather round
If dangers gather round
If death my portion be
If death my portion be
If earth for thee be only gloom
If God be on my side
If God were not upon our side
If happy sunshine be Thy gift
If He is ours
If He is ours
If He send within my door
If I am weak, Thy tender care
If I die, I do but cease
If I number many a year
If Jesus lives, can I be sad?
If Jesus lives, can I be sad?
If my God should health bestow
If obscure my place and low
If on earth He bids me linger
If on earth He bids me linger
If pain and woe must follow sin
If sorrow comes, He sent it
If sorrow comes, He sent it
If storms of fierce temptation rise
If storms of fierce temptation rise
If this be so, then World, from me
If thou but suffer God to guide thee
If thou love Him
If Thou, Sun of Love, arise
If Thou, True Life, wilt in me live
If thus in darkness ever left
In bonds and stripes, in falsest blame
In Death's strong grasp the Saviour lay
In due season come again
In faith I hide myself in Thee
In God, my faithful God
In God my faithful God
In God's name let us on our way!
In God's name let us on our way!
In heavy bonds I languished long
In Him is comfort, light and grace
In Him my Saviour I abide
In holy baptism long ago
In holy baptism long ago
In joy and sorrow ever
In joy and sorrow ever
In my weakness be Thou strong
In peace and joy I now depart
In peace and joy I now depart
In that hell is mickle woe
In that last hour, oh grant me
In that peace we reap in gladness
In that peace we reap in gladness
In the bonds of Death He lay
In the darksome night
In the midst of death the jaws
In the midst of hell would Sin
In the midst of life, behold
In the patience that Thou lendest
In the patience that Thou lendest
In Thee is gladness
In Thee is gladness
In Thee, Lord, have I put my trust
In these dark days that yet remain
In these dark days that yet remain
In Thine arm I rest me
In Thine arm I rest me
In this world of care and pain
In Thy heart and hands, my God
"In truth I tell you, who receives
In truth my sacrifice is nothing worth,
In what the world calls weakness lurks
In wrathful pride they rage and mock
Incline a gracious ear to me
Innumerous choirs before the shining throne
Innumerous choirs before the shining throne
Into temptation lead us not
Is my foolish mind
Is there an act our reason would applaud?
Is thy heart athirst to know
Is thy heart athirst to know
It is the Dayspring from on high
It lacketh now a few short hours
It seems as all were over now,--
It seems as all were over now,--
It stands not in the power of man
It was a wondrous war, I trow
It will not last for long
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