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First Lines of Verses of Hymns

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Naked, helpless, was I born
Nay, all He sends me let me suffer rather
"Nay, and couldst thou find a mother
Nay, He kept not back His Son
Nay, I must flee to God Himself, from whom
Nay, I must flee to Him who can deliver
Nay, rather let me suffer all His will
Nay, that Thou wilt not do
Nay, Thee I seek;--I merit nought
Nay, too closely am I bound
No better trophy hath this day
No human laws can bind Thy Spirit, Lord
No joys that angels know
No more to fear or grief I bow
No more to fear or grief I bow
No questions dark his spirit vex
No son of man could conquer Death
None was ever left a prey
None was ever left a prey
Nor can I now, O God, forbear
Nor deem the form too lowly
Nor for ourselves we pray alone
Nor here alone hope pierces far
Nor in the heat of pain and strife
Nor less to Thee, O Holy Ghost
Nor let the body dull the soul
Nor shall I yonder stand alone
Nor sin shall make you fearful
Nor think amid the heat of trial
Nor vex your souls with care, nor grieve
Nor ye, O sinners, shrink aside
Not e'en the sharpest sorrows we can feel
Not in anger, mighty God
Not in anger smite us, Lord
Nothing fair on earth I see
Nothing fair on earth I see
Nought I ask for, nought I strive for
Nought I ask for, nought I strive for
Nought, nought, dear Lord, could move Thee
Nought, nought, dear Lord, had power to move
Now all the earth is bright and glad
Now all the woods are sleeping
Now all the woods are sleeping
Now art Thou here; we know Thee now
Now art Thou here; we know Thee now
Now as long as here I roam
Now as long as here I roam
Now at last I end the strife
Now at last I end this strife
Now darkness over all is spread
Now Death and Satan, hell and sin
Now earth has hid it from our eyes
Now earth has hid it from our eyes
Now every heart each noble deed
Now fain my joyous heart would sing
Now fearless I can look on Thee
Now fearless I can look on Thee
Now first to souls who thus awake
Now from His fulness grant each soul
Now God be praised, and God alone!
Now God be with us, for the night is closing
Now God be with us, for the night is closing
Now he beholds what we believe
Now He bids us tell abroad
Now He bids us tell abroad
Now hush your cries, and shed no tear
Now hush your cries, and shed no tear
Now I sink before Thee lowly
Now in His name most blest
Now lay we calmly in the grave
Now lay we calmly in the grave
Now let all the heavens adore Thee
Now let all the heavens adore Thee
Now let the mourner grieve no more
Now let us all with gladsome cheer
Now let us all with gladsome cheer
Now let us loudly
Now marred by sickness or by pain
Now may Thine image in us shine anew
Now, O my Lord, I follow Thee
Now our Paschal Lamb is He
Now rests her soul in Jesu's arms
Now seems to us o'er harsh and strict Thy school
Now send us from Thy heavenly throne
Now send us from Thy heavenly throne
Now take my heart and all that is in me
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God
Now that the sun doth shine no more
Now the light, that nature gladdens
Now the light, that nature gladdens
Now the pearly gates unfold
Now thought and labour ceases
Now thought and labour ceases
Now upon Thy heart it lies
Now upon Thy heart it lies
Now we must leave our father-land
Now weeping at the grave we stand
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