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'T is Christ hath wrought this work for me
'T is your office, Spirits bright
Take away then what could blind
Take away these veils that blind
Take courage then, my soul, nor steep
Take not Thy saving Word away
Teach me Thy law, with spirit glad and fervent
Teach me to ponder oft my end
Teach me to ponder oft my end
Teach us the Father to confess
Tell me, if no dread e'er seizes
Tell of our Redeemer's love
Tell of our Redeemer's love
Tell them how the Father's will
Tell them how the Father's will
Tell them of the Spirit given
Tell them of the Spirit given
Thank God it hath resounded
Thank God it hath resounded
Thank God that now the way is made!
Thank God that towards eternity
That home have I desired
That home have I desired
That I was graft into the Vine
That Love hath suffered and was slain
That so with all our hearts we may
That so with all our hearts we may
That thirst and bitter draught of Thine
That Thou wast so meek and stainless
That ye should see my grave, alas!
The best will is our Father's will
The body and the house
The body calmly sleeps in earth
The body hastes to slumber
The body hastes to slumber
The body rests, its labours over
The brightness of Thy glory was the Son
The brooks rush gurgling through the sand
The buried grain of wheat must die
The buried grain of wheat must die
The child hath now its Father seen
The Church of Christ that He hath hallow'd here
The Church's deserts paths restore
The common ways are trodden not of Thee
The corn springs up, a wealth untold
The crown of life he weareth
The day expires
The day is done
The dwellings of the just resound
The dwellings of the just resound
The Eastern sages bringing
The Eastern sages gladly bring
The faith His word hath caused to shine
The fears of death and of the grave
The field can never bear its fruits
The golden morn flames up the Eastern sky
The golden sunbeams with their joyous gleams
The grave can nought destroy
The grave hath lost its terrors
The happy sunshine all is gone
The happy sunshine all is gone
The heart that's meek and lowly
The Holy Spirit o'er us brood
The Holy Spirit o'er us brood
The Holy Spirit Thou hast given
The Holy Spirit Thou hast given
The host of heaven thy praises tell
The hosts of heaven proclaim Thee wise and just
The hosts of heaven Thy praises tell
The joyful sun another morning brings
The joyful sun may bring another morning
The lark soars singing into space
The last faint beam is going
The last faint beam is going
The light and strength of Faith, oh grant
The light of my eyes had waxen dim
The light of reason cannot give
The lodging is too cheerless
The lodging is too cheerless
The Lord in love delayeth long
The Lord is just, a Helper tried
The Lord is just, a helper tried
The Lord is never far away
The Lord is never far away
The Lord, the Comforter, be near
The Lord, the Comforter, be near
The Lord, the Maker, with us dwell
The Lord, the Maker, with us dwell
The Lord, the Saviour, Light Divine
The Lord, the Saviour, Light Divine
The Lord to them is ever nigh
The love of Christ shall bid me feel
The moon hath risen on high
The night is come, wherein at last we rest
The night is here
The night is here
The old year now hath pass'd away
The Patriarchs' and Prophets' noble train
The Patriarchs' and Prophets' noble train
The perfect beauty of that sphere
The power of Thy great majesty
The precious seed of weeping
The prophets cried; "Ah, would He came
The prophets cried; "Ah, would He came
The prophets' message now at last
The rest appointed thee of God
The rich man in his wealth confides
The rich man in his wealth confides
The Rose which I am singing
The rulers of our land defend
The Sign how Truth, once crucified
The Son delighteth to obey
The soul and body Thou dost hold in life
The strife is o'er
The strife is o'er
The strong be quick to raise
The sun's sweet light
The sunbeams pale
The times are sore and perilous
The treasure that is stored not there
The trees stand thick and dark with leaves
The voice of conscience in the soul hath shown
The voice of Everlasting Love
The way of darkness that He trod
The ways are countless, none the same
The whole wide world, O Spirit!
The word of God they cannot touch
The Word will save thee from the smart
The world around is passing
The world can show no truth like Thine
The world can show no truth like Thine
The world for me hath falsely set
The world is such a place
The world may call herself my foe
The world may fail and flee
The world that smiled when morn was come
The world that smiled when morn was come
Thee all the mountains praise
Thee, dear Lord, with heed I'll cherish
Thee, dear Lord, with heed I'll cherish
Thee Fount of blessing we adore!
Thee I desire, to Thee I cleave
Thee I greet, fair Home
Thee I make my choice alone
Thee I make my choice alone
Thee, O Immanuel, we praise
Thee, O Immanuel, we praise
Thee too I praise, O Holy Spirit
Thee will I love, my Crown of gladness
Thee will I love, my Strength, my Tower
Their names are writ in words of light
Then all the depths of joy that lie
Then all the glory shall return
Then be it as my Father wills
Then be the issue life or death
Then be the world my foe or friend
Then break the rotten bonds away
Then break through our hard hearts Thy way
Then break through our hard hearts Thy way
Then came the Word, and took on Him our flesh
Then combat well, of nought afraid
Then combat well, of nought afraid
Then come, whoe'er thou art
Then deal with me as seems Thee hest
Then death may come or tarry yet
Then death may come or tarry yet
Then, earth, we care no more
Then for all that wrought our pardon
Then God in His eternity
Then heedfully go on thy way
Then help me, Lord, to give
Then help us, Christ, our Hope in loss!
Then here will I and mine to-day
Then hither throng, with happy song
Then I can let the world go by
Then I can let the world go by
Then I have conquered; then at last
Then I shall see God face to face
Then I shall see God face to face
Then I will meekly yield me up
Then if I must wake and weep
Then, Jesus, glory, honour, praise
Then Jesus, glory, honour, praise
Then let me give my heart
Then let me go like Simeon
Then let the arms of love be round me thrown
Then let the arms of love be thrown around me
Then let thy faith be stronger
Then let Thy wisdom, be my guide
Then let Thy woes, Thy patience
Then let us follow Thee, dear Lord
Then let us keep the feast to-day
Then let us leave him to his rest
Then let us leave him to his rest
Then live and suffer, do and bear
Then, Lord Jesu, Thou art mine
Then, Lord Jesus, let me not
Then 'mid the blackness of these hours
Then, O my Father, hear my cry
Then, O my God, with joy I cast
Then, O my soul, be ne'er afraid
Then on! and come whate'er our God sees fit!
Then on Him I cast my burden
Then on, my soul, with fearless faith
Then on, my soul, with fearless faith
Then return, the promise keeping
Then shall Thy mercy fill my every thought
Then shall we be like to those that dream
Then since it may not other be
Then take comfort, nay, rejoice
Then take not, Lord, this joy away
Then the Saviour leads us of His grace
Then this our comfort is alone
Then this our comfort is alone
Then thither, Heart, for refuge flee
Then though on earth I suffer
Then though on earth I suffer
Then through this life of dangers
Then through this life of dangers
Then to make me love Him still more and more
Then touch the chords of harp and lute
Then were given what Thou hast sought
Then were given what Thou hast sought
Then were hidden from our eyes
Then what are ye, brief woes of Time
Then when my powers are failing
Then while I live this life of care
Then while I live this life of care
Then with Thy Father intercede
There are the tokens ye shall mark
There at the footstool of my King
There in deepest joy my heart
There in that light shall I discern
There in Thy presence we shall see
There is but one thing cannot fail
There is joy beyond our telling
There is prepared on high
There is untroubled calm and light
There law and judgment yield to force
There shall His wise, foreseeing will
There shall I dwell for ever
There shall I dwell for ever
There shall we thank Thee, and adore
There to sin, oh let me
There was no spot in me by sin untainted
There yield thy heart and soul entire
Therefore hasten we to Thee
Therefore hasten we to Thee
Therefore I know in Whom I trust
Therefore must he stand before
Therefore, O Father, we Thy wisdom praise
Therefore, O God, preserve it pure
Therefore of His mercy
Therefore, saith God, I will arise
Therefore, since my God doth choose it
Therefore will I now prepare me
Therefore will I now prepare me
These are the tokens ye shall mark
These dead dry bones again shall feel
These dead dry bones again shall feel
They are branches of that Stem
They are those who, daily serving
They are those who hourly here
They are those who much have borne
They are those who, strong in faith
They are those whose hearts were riven
They call us heretics, and lie
They crown His head with thorns, they smite, they scourge Him
They live to Him who bought them with His blood
They open wide their ravenous jaws
They scourge Him, crown Him with a crown of thorn
Think on the covenant Thou hast never broken
Think on the covenant Thou hast never broken
Think that he, the All-discerning
This body, lying stiff and stark
This body, lying stiff and stark
This is my solace, day by day
This is my solace, day by days
This only, O my God, I pray
"This or that were otherwise
This ye could teach us only
This ye could teach us only
Thitherwards I stretch my hands
Those o'er whom Thy billows roll
Those o'er whom Thy billows roll
Those who serve Thee I would serve
Those who serve Thee I would serve
Thou abyss of love and goodness
Thou abyss of love and goodness
Thou, ah Thou, hast taken on Thee
Thou art ever true and holy
Thou art First and Best
Thou art holy, enterest in
Thou art leaving me, yet bringing
Thou art loving, hatest strife
Thou art mine, because my heart
Thou art my Head, my Lord Divine
Thou art my Head, my Lord Divine
Thou art our Champion who canst overthrow them
Thou art shed like gentlest showers
Thou art shed like gentlest showers
Thou art sick, like other men
Thou art that Radiance keen
Thou art the Comforter, the gift
Thou art the Good Supreme
Thou art the Life, O Lord
Thou art the Life, O Lord!
Thou art the Majesty
Thou art the Spirit of all joy
Thou art the Spirit of all love
Thou art the Spirit who dost teach
Thou art the true, the only Source
Thou art the Vine,--oh nourish
Thou art wise, before Thee stand
Thou awful tomb
Thou awful tomb
"Thou before my eyes art ever
Thou burning Love, Thou holy Flame
Thou careless world, awaken!
Thou careless world awaken!
Thou comest from Thy kingly throne
Thou comest from Thy kingly throne
Thou countest up my tears and sighs
Thou countless were the sins
Thou didst bear the smiting only
Thou diedst for me,--oh hide me
Thou fain wouldst heart and soul to Thee incline
Thou fairest Child Divine
Thou fathomless Abyss of Love
Thou feedest me with heavenly bread and wine
Thou feedest us in pure compassion
Thou fiery glow of Love!
Thou, Fount of blessing, we adore!
Thou gav'st my spirit at my birth
Thou gav'st my spirit at my birth
Thou givest all I wanted
Thou harbinger of peace
Thou hast gone before us, Lord
Thou hast no resting-place below
Thou Heavenly Brightness! Light Divine!
Thou Heavenly Lord of Light
Thou here my Comfort, there my Crown
Thou Holiest Love, whom most I love
Thou know'st, O Father, all our weakness well
Thou liv'st and lovest without end
Thou liv'st and lovest without end
Thou Love, who didst such anguish bear
Thou lov'st me, Father, with the love
Thou lov'st me, Father, with the love
Thou Merciful! what thanks and praise shall be
Thou my Deliverer wast of yore
Thou my Deliverer wast of yore
Thou my faith increase and quicken
Thou, my God and King, hast known me
Thou, my God and King, hast known me
Thou my shelter from the blast
Thou my shelter from the blast
Thou noble countenance!
Thou noble Face, whose anger
Thou our hearts prepare
Thou our Paschal Lamb indeed
Thou our Paschal Lamb indeed
Thou Pearl of women, here
Thou reachest down to us Thy wounded hand
Thou Sacred Ardour, Comfort Sweet
Thou Sacred Ardour, Comfort Sweet
Thou seest whatsoe'er I need
Thou seest whatsoe'er I need
Thou soarest now through all their heights sublime
Thou, solemn Ocean, rollest to the strand
Thou sore-oppress'd
Thou sore-oppress'd
Thou stoopest once to suffer here
Thou stoopest once to suffer here
Thou strong and loving Son of Man
Thou Strong Defence, Thou Holy Light
Thou Strong Defence, Thou Holy Light
Thou the heart's most precious guest
Thou the heart's most precious guest
Thou virgin soul! O thou
Thou watchest that my foot should neither slip nor stray
Thou watchest that my foot should neither slip nor stray
Thou weepest o'er Jerusalem
Thou, who breakest ev'ry chain
Thou Who breakest every chain
Thou who dost command that all
Thou who dost command that all
Thou wilt be found of us
Thou'rt mine, yes, still thou art mine own!
Though all to Thee were faithless
Though awhile it be delay'd
Though awhile it be delay'd
Though Faith may droop and tremble here
Though fiercest foes my course oppose
Though fiercest foes my course oppose
Though great our sins and sore our woes
Though great our sins and sore our wounds
Though heavy it may seem, yet think
Though Hope seem now to have hoped in vain
Though I lavished all I have
Though long His promised aid delay
Though Love may weep with breaking heart
Though mountains crumble into dust
Though the tempter's wiles and cunning
Though to-day may not fulfil
Though today may not fulfil
Though we here must strive with weakness
Though we here must strive with weakness
Through all thy myriad tones that never cease
Through deserts of the cross Thou leadest
Through Him the glorious Source of Day
Through Him the glorious Source of Day
Through our own force we nothing can
Through our own force we nothing can
Through our own force we nothing can
Through Thee alone can I be blest
Through this dark and tearful place
Thus afresh with each new morning
Thus hath it pleased Thee to make plain
Thus hath it pleased Thee to make plain
Thus if thou hast known Him
Thus, Lord, we bring, through Christ Thy Son
Thus, Lord, we bring through Christ Thy Son
Thus my soul before her God
Thus my soul is still and waits
Thus, O Lord, in earth and heaven
Thus, O my soul, hast thou received thy will
Thus, O truest Friend, unite
Thus, O truest Friend, unite
Thus our path shall be
Thus our path shall be
Thus saith my heart, and means it well
Thus through all their lifetime rolls
Thus will I sing Thy praises here
Thus will I sing Thy praises here
Thy angels guard our sleeping hours
Thy angels guard our sleeping hours
Thy appearing, Lord, shall fill
Thy arising, Lord, shall fill
Thy bitter anguish o'er
Thy Christendom is singing night and day
Thy cross shall be before my sight
Thy gifts are manifold; Thou writ'st
Thy glory and Thy joy
Thy heart's unspoken pain He knows
Thy heavy groans, Thy bitter sighs
Thy humility
Thy joyful Spirit give me strength
Thy kingdom come! Thine let it be
Thy Majesty have I offended, Lord
Thy mercy let us see
Thy mighty working, mighty God
Thy misdeeds are thine no longer
Thy Name is great, Thy kingdom in us dwell
Thy parents' arms now yield thee
Thy parents' arms now yield thee
Thy Passion, Lord, inspires
Thy strength and solace let me prove
Thy thoughts are good, and Thou art kind
Thy Throne is fixed on high
Thy will be done on earth, O Lord
Thy word a wondrous guiding star
Thy Word, a wondrous Star, supplies
Thy word hath said, Thou art my Rock
Thy word hath still its glorious powers
Thy word hath still its glorious powers
Thy Word is like a flaming sword
Thy word is like a flaming sword
Thy Word, O Lord, is gentle dew
Thy Word, O Lord, like gentle dews
Thy Zion strews before Thce
Till at last I meet on high
Till at last I meet on high
Till it pleaseth Him who holds
Till now in false security
Time, thou speedest on but slowly
Time, thou speedest on but slowly
'Tis Christ has wrought this work for me
'Tis Christ, our God, who far on high
'Tis Christ our God who far on high
'Tis I to whom these pains belong
'Tis not hidden from my heart
'Tis Thou canst help alone
'Tis Thou, O Spirit, teachest
'Tis through Thy love alone we gain
'Tis Thy Father's will toward us
'Tis Thy Father's will towards us
'Tis when the lights of earth are gone
'Tis your office, Spirits bright
To combat for His glory here
To God's all-gracious heart and mind
To Him I live and die alone
To Him I live and die alone
To Him let us together pray
To Him let us together pray
To Him myself I wholly give
To me He spake "Hold fast by Me
To me the darksome tomb
To oft, alas! my heart hath loved to stray
To others Death seems dark and grim
To save me from the monster's power
To sin, there, oh let me
To the supper of the Lord
To thee for ever shall be given
To Thee how many thankful songs
To Thee I now stretch out mine arms
To Thee I rise in faith on high
To Thee I rise in faith on high
To Thee may raise our hearts and eyes
To Thee may raise our hearts and eyes
To Thee my kindred I commend
To Thee the Father giveth now
To this one God, the Lord of Sabaoth
To those I love will He be near
To those who love Him He denies
To whom else should I make my plea
To whom else should I make my plea
To yon world be Thou our light
To you this night in born a child
To you this night is born a child
To-day our Lord went up on high
True faith will grasp His mercy fast
True, I have transgress'd Thy will
True mirror of the Godhead! Perfect Light!
True Morning Sun of all my life, I pray
True Shepherd, who in love most deep
True that the godly man may know
Truest Friend, who canst not fail me
Truly hath He cared indeed
Trust thou in flattering tongues no more
Turn the darkness into light
Turn the darkness into light
Turn Thou us, and we shall be turned
'Twas a wondrous war, I trow
'Twas but a while that I was sent
'Twas by a path of sorrows drear
'Twas ever wont with Thee, my God
'Twas Love, that long ere time began
'Twas Love whose counsel gave to me
'Twas thus St. John hath taught ws
Two who ne'er upon this earth
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