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The Hymnal (RLDS)

Miscellaneous (Other Restoration-Based Denominations), English.
Independence, Missouri, USA. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
1956. 1958 Edition. 594 songs.

Published by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (now Community of Christ), a Restoration-based denomination.

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1. Let all the world in every corner sing

Words: George Herbert

Music: Franklyn S. Weddle

2. Great God, attend while Zion sings

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Lowell Mason

3. Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for thee

Words: Unknown

Music: Wm. Knapp

4. O worship the King, all glorious above

Words: Robert Grant

Music: Joseph Martin Kraus

5. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation!

Trans.: Catherine Winkworth (from German)

Arr.: Franklyn S. Weddle

Words: Joachim Neander

Music: Stralsund Gesangbuch, 1665

6. Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him

Words: Unknown

Music: Rowland Hugh Prichard

7a. Praise ye the Lord! ’Tis good to raise (Rimington)

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Francis Duckworth

7b. Praise ye the Lord! ’Tis good to raise (Praise)

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Anon.

8. From all that dwell below the skies

Adapt.: John Wesley

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: John C. Hatton

9. Beloved brethren, sing his praise

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Jeremiah Clark

10. Oh, happy man whose hopes rely

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph Barnby

11. Oh, for a thousand tongues to sing

Arr.: Lowell Mason

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Carl G. Gläser

12. My soul, praise the Lord!

Adapt.: Roy A. Cheville

Words: William Kethe

Music: Whole Book of Psalms, Thomas Ravenscroft, 1621

13. Come, thou Almighty King

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Felice de Giardini

14. Praise the Lord with songs of gladness

Words: Mark H. Forscutt

Music: Carl Maria von Weber

15. For the beauty of the earth

Words: Folliott S. Pierpoint

Music: Conrad Kocher

16. All people that on earth do dwell

Words: William Kethe

Music: Louis Bourgeois

17. Rejoice, ye pure in heart

Words: Edward H. Plumptre

Music: Charles Lockhart

18. O Lord of heaven and earth and sea

Words: Christopher Wordsworth

Music: John B. Dykes

19. Stand up and bless the Lord

Words: James Mongtomery

Music: Unknown

20. How lovely are thy dwellings fair

Words: J. Milton

Music: Unknown

21. O sing the mighty power of God

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Beethoven; Geo. Kingsley

22. Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

Trans.: William H. Draper

Words: St. Francis of Assisi

Music: German hymn; Geistliche Kirchengesäng, Cologne, 1623

23. Pleasant are thy courts above

Words: Henry Francis Lyte

Music: W. B. Gilbert

24. O Jesus, the giver of all we enjoy

Adapt.: Roy A. Cheville

Arr.: Franklyn S. Weddle

Words: Anon.; William W. Phelps

Music: Ralph Bradshaw

25. Come thou Fount of every blessing

Words: Robert Robinson

Music: John Wyeth

26. Ye watchers and ye holy ones

Words: John A. L. Riley

Music: Unknown

27. Praise the Savior, all ye nations

Words: Benjamin Francis

Music: A. N. K.

28. The God of Abraham praise

Words: Moses Maimonides; Daniel ben Judah; Thomas Olivers

Music: Hebrew melody

29. Joyful, joyful, we adore thee

Arr.: Edward Hodges

Words: Henry Van Dyke

Music: Ludwig van Beethoven

30. O Savior, precious Savior

Words: Frances R. Havergal

Music: Arthur H. Mann

31. Come sound his praise abroad

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: A. B. Everett

32. With happy voices ringing

Words: William G. Tarrant

Music: Johann Sebastian Bach

33. Unmoved by fear, my praise is due

Words: Joseph Smith III

Music: Frederick M. A. Venua

34. O bless the Lord, my soul!

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Samuel Welsey

35. How pleased and blest was I

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Aaron Williams

36. In thy name, O Lord, assembling

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: Thomas Hastings

37. With thankful hearts we meet, O Lord

Words: Mary Bowly Peters

Music: Arthur H. Mills

38. Break thou the bread of life

Words: Mary A. Lathbury

Music: William F. Sherwin

39. Behold us, Lord, a little space

Words: John Ellerton

Music: Unknown

40. Jesus, stand among us

Words: William Pennefather

Music: F. Filitz

41. In God’s most holy presence

Words: E. Dodgshun

Music: Alexander Ewing

42. O Lord, around thine altar now

Words: Charles Derry

Music: Thomas A. Arne

43. O Lord, where’er thy people meet

Words: William Cowper

Music: Peter Ritter; William H. Monk

44. Welcome hour of solemn meeting

Words: Unknown

Music: W. A. Mozart

45. Sovereign and transforming Grace!

Words: F. H. Hedge

Music: Louis M. Gottschalk

46. Heavenly Father, we adore thee!

Words: Mark H. Forscutt

Music: Ludwig van Beethoven

47. O Thou who camest from above

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Francis Duckworth

48. Great God, as followers of thy Son

Words: Rev. Henry Ware

Music: Dr. L. Mason

49. This day in answer to God’s call

Words: Samuel Longfellow

Music: Herbert S. Oakeley

50. Met in thy sacred name, O Lord

Words: Mark H. Forscutt

Music: Francis Duckworth

51. O God, whose presence glows in all

Words: Octavius B. Frothingham

Music: Peter Ritter; W. H. Monk

52. Blessed Jesus, at thy word

Words: Tobias Clausnitzer; Catherine Winkworth

Music: Johann R. Ahle

53. To thy temple we repair

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Rev. H. A. C. Malan

54. Father of all, in whom alone

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

55. Safely through another week

Words: John Newton

Music: Unknown

56. Lord, we come before thee now

Words: William Hammond

Music: Old tune

57. Welcome, delightful morn

Words: Thomas Hayward

Music: Friedrich Schneider

58. When morning gilds the skies

Words: Edward Caswall

Music: Joseph Barnby

59. Lord, may our hearts be tuned to sing

Words: Charles Derry

Music: Mary A. Bradford

60. Awake, my soul, and with the sun

Words: Thomas Ken

Music: Frederick M. A. Venua

61. Giver and guardian of our sleep

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: C. Howard

62. New every morning is the love

Words: John Keble

Music: Dr. Robert A. Schumann

63. Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty!

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: John B. Dykes

64. Savior, again to thy dear name we raise

Words: John Ellerton

Music: Unknown

65. Day is dying in the west

Words: Mary Ann Lathbury

Music: William F. Sherwin

66. A calm and gentle quiet reigns tonight

Words: David H. Smith

Music: J. L. Morgan

67. Abide with me, fast falls the eventide

Words: Henry F. Lyte

Music: William H. Monk

68. At even, ere the sun was set

Words: Henry Twells

Music: Georg Joseph

69. Now the day is over

Words: Sabine Baring-Gould

Music: Joseph Barnby

70. The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended

Words: John Ellerton

Music: Clement C. Scholefield

71. Softly now the light of day

Words: George W. Doane

Music: Carl Maria von Weber

72. Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear

Words: John Keble

Music: William H. Monk; Peter Ritter

73. Brethren, breathe one fervent prayer

Words: Joseph Smith III

Music: Norman W. Smith

74. Lord, at this closing hour

Words: E. T. Fitch

Music: J. S. Bach

75. Oh, happy is the man who hears

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Jessie Seymour Irvine

76. O God, with thanks unfeigned

Words: Anon.

Music: Unknown

77a. God be with you till we meet again (Kemper Hall)

Words: Jeremiah E. Rankin

Music: Anna J. Morse

77b. God be with you till we meet again (God Be with You)

Words: Jeremiah E. Rankin

Music: William G. Tomer

78. O Jesus, our Lord, thy name be adored

Words: Sacred Hymns, Manchester, 1840

Music: Joseph Martin Kraus

79. Lord, let thy blessing rest in peace

Arr.: Lowell Mason

Words: Joseph Smith III

Music: Johann G. Nägeli

80. Father, bless thy word to all

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: Rev. H. A. C. Malan

81. Praise to him by whose kind favor

Words: Unknown

Music: C. M. von Weber

82. Come, gracious Lord, descend and dwell

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: H. K. Oliver

83. The souls are blest that hear and know

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: J. P. Holbrook

84. Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing

Words: John Newton

Music: Ludwig van Beethoven

85. The Lord be with us as each day

Words: John Ellerton

Music: Sacred Melodies, William Gardiner, 1812

86. O Lord, thy benediction give

Words: John Armstrong

Music: Unknown

87. This God is the God we adore

Words: Joseph Hart

Music: Early American melody; Maria de Fleury

88. Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing

Words: John Fawcett; Walter Shirley

Music: Isaac B. Woodbury

89. May we who know the joyful sound

Words: Sacred Hymns, Manchester, 1840

Music: Jeremiah Clark

90. Once more before we part

Words: Unknown

Music: Robert Jackson

91. On this, God’s holy day

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: J. M. Bell

92. O day of rest and gladness

Words: C. Wordsworth

Music: Unknown

93. With joy we hail the sacred day

Words: Harriet Auber

Music: Robert P. Stewart

94. Sweet is the task, O Lord

Words: Rev. Henry F. Lyte

Music: George F. Handel

95. O calm of Sabbath morn

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: Evan A. Fry

96. This is the day the Lord hath made

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Robert A. Schumann

97. Pass me not, O gentle Savior

Words: Fanny J. Crosby

Music: William H. Doane

98. Let us pray for one another

Words: David H. Smith

Music: Scottish melody; Saints’ Harmony, 1889

99. Worldly cares a moment leave us

Words: David H. Smith

Music: Norman W. Smith

100. Father Almighty, grant to us thy blessing

Words: Unknown

Music: Friedrich F. Flemming

101. Sweet the time, exceeding sweet

Words: Rev. George Burder

Music: Rev. H. A. C. Malan

102. O thou God, who hearest prayer

Words: Conder

Music: Marcus M. Wells

103. Draw thou my soul, O Christ

Words: Lucy Larcom

Music: Arthur S. Sullivan

104. O Lord, our God, we now have met

Words: H. Bake

Music: Alexander R. Reinagle

105. “Come ye apart!” It is the Lord who calls us

Words: Rev. T. O. Chisholm

Music: Geo. C. Stebbins

106. Mid all the traffic of the ways

Words: John Oxenham

Music: George F. Handel

107. Lord, thy mercy now entreating

Words: A. N.

Music: John B. Dykes

108. Where two or three with sweet accord

Words: Rev. Samuel Stennett

Music: Unknown

109. Lord, when we bend before thy throne

Words: J. D. Carlyle

Music: Unknown

110. Father, in thy mysterious presence kneeling

Words: Samuel Johnson

Music: John B. Dykes

111. Come ye yourselves apart and rest awhile

Words: Edward H. Bickersteth

Music: Edward Dearle

112. Nearer, my God, to thee

Words: Sarah F. Adams

Music: Lowell Mason

113. ’Tis the blessed hour of prayer when our hearts lowly bend

Words: Fanny J. Crosby

Music: W. H. Doane

114. Ere you left your room this morning

Words: Mary A. Pepper Kidder

Music: William O. Perkins

115. Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer

Words: William W. Walford

Music: William B. Bradbury

116. Father of all our mercies

Words: Unknown

Music: John B. Dykes

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117. Glory be to God on high

Words: J. Taylor

Music: Carl M. von Weber

118. God of the earth, the sky, the sea!

Words: Samuel Longfellow

Music: Henri F. Hemy; J. G. Walton

119. How wondrous and great thy works, God of praise!

Words: Henry U. Onderdonk

Music: Whole Book of Psalms, Thomas Ravenscroft, 1621

120. Blest be thou, O God of Israel

Words: Henry U. Onderdonk

Music: Mark H. Forscutt

121. The Lord Jehovah reigns

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: William B. Bradbury

122. Heaven and earth and sea and air

Words: Cox

Music: Walter B. Gilbert

123. Burst, ye emerald gates, and bring

Words: Richard Kempenfelt

Music: Mark H. Forscutt

124. The spacious firmament on high

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

125. The Lord, how wondrous are his ways!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Dr. L. Mason

126. They who seek the throne of grace

Words: Oliver Holden

Music: Carl M. von Weber

127. Come, ye that know and fear the Lord

Words: Rev. George Burder

Music: J. P. Holbrook

128. God is love; his mercy brightens

Words: John Bowring

Music: Unknown

129. God, the source of light and beauty

Words: S. Ralph Harlow

Music: Unknown

130. O God, our help in ages past

Arr.: Donald D. Kettring

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: William Croft; Supplement to the New Version, 1708

131. I would love thee, God and Father

Words: Jeanne Guyon

Music: Mark H. Forscutt

132. The Lord’s my Shepherd, I’ll not want

Words: Francis Rous

Music: Jessie Seymour Irvine

133. O Love that wilt not let me go

Words: George Matheson

Music: Albert Peace

134. My God, how wonderful thou art

Words: Frederick W. Faber

Music: Alonzo J. Abbey

135. Strong Son of God, immortal love

Words: Alfred Tennyson

Music: George J. Elvey

136. Earth with her ten thousand flowers

Words: Thomas R. Taylor

Music: Thomas Hastings

137. The King of love my Shepherd is

Words: Henry W. Baker

Music: John B. Dykes

138. God moves in a mysterious way

Words: William Cowper

Music: Cuthbert Howard

139. Let us, brothers, let us gladly

Words: Henry Bateman

Music: Beethoven; Edward Hodges

140. When all thy mercies, O my God

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: George Kingsley

141. Lord of all being, throned afar

Words: Oliver Wendell Holmes

Music: Virgil C. Taylor

142a. Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern)

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: William P. Rowlands

142b. Love divine, all loves excelling (Beecher)

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: John Zundel

143. There’s a wideness in God’s mercy

Words: Frederick W. Faber

Music: Unknown

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144. Silvery star, precious star

Words: Elbert A. Smith

Music: M. Audentia Anderson

145. The first Nowell, the angel did say

Arr.: Kathryn Reese O’Boyle

Words: English carol; Christmas Carols, W. Sandys, 1833

Music: English carol; Christmas Carols, W. Sandys, 1833

146. Newborn of God, his glory manifest

Words: Frank W. Mills

Music: Louis Bourgeois

147. Silent night! Holy night! All is calm, all is bright

Arr.: Mary Strawn Vernon

Words: Joseph Mohr

Music: Franz Gruber

148. Joy to the world! The Lord is come

Arr.: Lowell Mason

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Frideric Handel

149. Away in a manger

Words: Martin Luther; Little Children’s Book for Schools and Families, 1885

Music: James R. Murray

150. Angels we have heard on high

Words: French carol

Music: French carol

151. Hail the blest morn when the great Mediator

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: Almon D. Hougas

152. As with gladness men of old

Words: William Chatterton Dix

Music: Conrad Kocher

153. We three kings of Orient are

Words: John Henry Hopkins Jr.

Music: John Henry Hopkins Jr.

154. O little town of Bethlehem

Words: Phillips Brooks

Music: Lewis H. Redner

155. It came upon the midnight clear

Words: Edmund H. Sears

Music: Richard S. Willis

156. Hark, the herald angels sing

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Felix Mendelssohn

157. There’s a song in the air!

Words: Josiah G. Holland

Music: Karl P. Harrington

158. Come, all ye shepherds, ye children of earth

Words: Mari Ruef Hofer

Music: Unknown

159. Angels from the realms of glory

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Henry Smart

160a. While humble shepherds watched their flocks (Kingsfold)

Words: Nahum Tate

Music: English melody

160b. While humble shepherds watched their flocks (Christmas)

Words: Nahum Tate

Music: George Frideric Handel

161. To us a child of hope is born

Words: Unknown

Music: Dr. L. Mason

162. I heard the bells on Christmas Day

Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Music: John Baptiste Calkin

163. Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light

Arr.: Johann Sebastian Bach

Words: Johann Rist

Music: Johann Schop

164. Lo, how a rose e’er blooming

Words: German carol, 16th century

Music: German carol; Alte Catholische Geistliche Kirchengesäng, Cologne 1599

165. O come let us adore him

Trans.: Frederick Oakley (from Latin)

Arr.: Lawrence Curry

Words: Latin hymn, 18th century; John F. Wade

Music: John F. Wade

166. I think when I read that sweet story of old

Arr.: William B. Bradbury

Words: Jemima Luke

Music: Greek melody

167. O Master Workman of the race

Words: Jay T. Stocking

Music: Samuel A. Ward

168. We would see Jesus! Lo, his star is shining

Words: J. Edgar Park

Music: Herbert B. Turner

169. O young and fearless Prophet

Words: S. Ralph Harlow

Music: John B. Dykes

170. My Master was a worker

Words: William G. Tarrant

Music: Unknown

171. Immortal Love, forever full

Words: John G. Whittier

Music: William V. Wallace

172. By roads that wound uphill and down

Words: Louis F. Benson

Music: Henry Baker

173. Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates

Words: Georg Wiessel; Catherine Winkworth

Music: Unknown

174. Ride on, ride on in majesty!

Words: Henry H. Milman

Music: Unknown

175. When Jesus left his Father’s throne

Words: James Montgomery

Music: R. Vaughan Williams

176. All glory, laud, and honor

Words: Theodulph of Orleans

Music: Melchior Teschner

177. When, his salvation bringing

Words: John King

Music: Berthold Tours

178. Lamb of God most holy

Words: Arthur T. Russell; Nicolaus Decius ?-

Music: Unknown

179. O sacred Head, now wounded

Trans.: James W. Alexander (from German)

Arr.: Johann Sebastian Bach

Words: Arnulf of Leuven; Paul Gerhardt

Music: Hans Leo Hassler

180. My dear Redeemer, and my Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Henry Baker

181. There is a green hill far away

Words: Cecil Frances Alexander

Music: William Horsley

182. When I survey the wondrous cross

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Edward Miller

183. In the cross of Christ I glory

Words: John Bowring

Music: Ithamar Conkey

184. Go to dark Gethsemane

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Robert Jackson

185. ’Tis midnight, and on Olive’s brow

Words: William B. Tappan

Music: William B. Bradbury

186. I know that my Redeemer lives

Words: Samuel Medley

Music: Charles Burney

187. Yes, the Redeemer rose!

Words: Philip Doddridge

Music: English tune

188. Lift your glad voices in triumph on high

Words: The Rev. Henry Ware Jr.

Music: Isaac B. Woodbury

189. Good Christian men, rejoice and sing!

Words: C. A. Alington

Music: Unknown

190. “Welcome, happy morning,”

Words: Venantius Fortunatus; John Ellerton

Music: Frances R. Havergal

191. Angels, roll the rock away!

Words: Thomas Scott

Music: Lyra Davidica, 1708; Henry Carey

192. The strife is o’er, the battle done

Words: Unknown

Music: Giovanni P. da Palestrina; William H. Monk

193. O Son of Man, who walked each day

Words: Nancy Byrd Turner

Music: Lawrence Curry

194. Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: J. Michael Haydn

195. Fairest Lord Jesus

Arr.: W. Frederic Miller

Words: Gesangbuch, Münster, 1677

Music: Silesian folk song; Schlesiche Volkslieder, 1842

196. Lord God of Hosts, whose purpose, never swerving

Words: Shepherd Knapp

Music: A. Scott-Gatty

197. Crown him with many crowns

Arr.: Donald D. Kettring

Words: Matthew Bridges

Music: George J. Elvey

198a. All hail the power of Jesus’ name! (Miles’ Lane)

Words: Edward Perronet

Music: William Shrubsole

198b. All hail the power of Jesus’ name! (Coronation)

Arr.: Lawrence Curry

Words: Edward Perronet

Music: Oliver Holden

198c. All hail the power of Jesus’ name! (Diadem)

Words: Edward Perronet

Music: James Ellor

199. Wake, awake, for night is flying

Words: Philip Nicolai; Catherine Winkworth

Music: Philip Nicolai

200. From thee all skill and science flow

Words: Charles Kingsley

Music: Alexander R. Reinagle

201. Redeemer of Israel, our only delight

Adapt.: William W. Phelps

Words: Joseph Swain

Music: Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, Wyeth, 1813; Freeman Lewis

202. These things shall be: a loftier race

Words: John A. Symonds

Music: Charles Burney

203. Jesus shall reign where’er the sun

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: John C. Hatton

204. Glorious things of thee are spoken

Words: John Newton

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

205. Sing we of the golden city

Words: Felix Adler

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

206. Behold, the mountain of the Lord

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Gesangbuch der Herzogl, Wirtembergischen Katholischen Hofkapelle, 1784

207. Glorious things are sung of Zion

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Charles C. Converse

208. Lead on, O King Eternal

Words: Ernest W. Shurtleff

Music: Henry Smart

209. Come, thou long-expected Jesus

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Rowland H. Prichard

210. God’s great harvest home draws near

Words: Henry Alford

Music: George J. Elvey

211. Hail to the brightness of Zion’s glad morning

Words: Thomas Hastings

Music: Lowell Mason

212a. Guide us, O thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda)

Trans.: Robert Robinson (from Welsh)

Words: William Williams

Music: John Hughes

212b. Guide us, O thou great Jehovah (Siberia)

Trans.: Robert Robinson (from Welsh)

Words: William Williams

Music: German melody; Sylvanus Billings Pond

213. Come, O thou King of kings!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Lewis Edson

214. Israel, Israel, God is calling

Words: Richard Smyth

Music: John Hughes

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215. Spirit of God, descend upon my heart

Words: George Croly

Music: Frederick C. Atkinson

216. Breathe on me, Breath of God

Words: Edwin Hatch

Music: Robert Jackson

217. Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove

Words: Simon Browne

Music: Samuel Dyer

218. Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire

Words: Unknown

Music: Giovanni P. da Palestrina

219. Gracious Spirit, dwell with me

Words: Thomas T. Lynch

Music: Robert Jackson

220. Lord, we believe to us and ours

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

221. Come, Holy Spirit, come

Words: Joseph Hart

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

222. Come Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Cuthbert Howard

223. Holy Spirit, truth divine

Words: Samuel Longfellow

Music: R. Walker Robson

224. Spirit divine, attend our prayer

Words: Andrew Reed; Samuel Longfellow

Music: John B. Dykes

225. O thou who hearest prayer

Words: Unknown

Music: William Croft

226. Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed

Words: Harriet Auber

Music: John B. Dykes

227. O come, Creator Spirit, come

Words: Unknown

Music: Ignaz J. Pleyel

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228. Father of mercies, in thy word

Words: Anne Steele

Music: John B. Dykes

229. The heavens declare thy glory, Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Dr. Lowell Mason

230. “Still other sheep I have”

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: Samuel S. Wesley

231. Book of Mormon, hid for ages

Words: H. S. Dille

Music: William Henry Monk

232. Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace

Words: Bernard Barton

Music: Wilhelm A. F. Schulthes

233. An angel from on high

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Franklyn S. Weddle

234. O Word of God incarnate

Words: William Walsham How

Music: Unknown

235. Sacred books, the Church’s treasure

Words: Roy A. Cheville

Music: William S. Bambridge

236. God has spoken in all ages

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: Charles F. Church Jr.

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237. Come, Father, Son and Holy Ghost

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: William E. Butler

238. Jesus, mighty King in Zion

Words: John Fellows

Music: Christian F. Witt

239. Holy Spirit, Lord of love

Words: William D. Maclagan

Music: Robert Jackson

240. O Lord, thy people gathered here

Words: Roy A. Cheville

Music: Charles Burney

241. Here at the water’s brink we stand

Words: Sacred Hymns, Emma Smith, 1841

Music: Louise Hills Lewis

242. Lord, while we here confess

Words: Mary P. Bowly ?-

Music: Johann Crüger

243. Father in heaven, we believe

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Cuthbert Howard

244. To Jordan’s sacred wave

245. Lord, in the strength of grace

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

246. Stand, soldier of the cross

Adapt.: Roy A. Cheville

Words: Edward H. Bickersteth

Music: Lowell Mason

247. Behold thy sons and daughters, Lord

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Louise Hills Lewis

248. Obedient, Lord, to thy command

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: Joseph Barnby

249. O Master, to all children dear

Words: Roy A. Cheville

Music: Henry Baker

250. This child we dedicate to thee

Trans.: Samuel Gilman (from German)

Words: Christoph Friedrich Neander

Music: H. Percy Smith

251. Friend of the home, as when in Galilee

Adapt.: Roy A. Cheville

Words: Howell Elvet Lewis

Music: Arthur S. Sullivan

252. O Jesus Christ, our Lord most dear

Words: Heinrich von Laufenberg; Catherine Winkworth

Music: Henri F. Hemy; James G. Walton

253. The Savior kindly calls

Words: Church Psalmody, 1854

Music: Arthur H. Mills

254. By revelation called of God

Words: Evan A. Fry

Music: Gioacchino A. Rossini

255. Lord of the church, we humbly pray

Words: Charles Wesley; Edward Osler

Music: William Hayes

256. Lord of the living harvest

Words: John S. B. Monsell

Music: Dr. Lowell Mason

257. Thou, to whom the sick and dying

Words: Godfrey Thring

Music: Unknown

258. O God whose will is life and good

Words: Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley

Music: Mozart; W. Gardiner

259. O Lord, we come in gratitude

Words: Cleo Hanthorne Moon

Music: Albert Peace

260a. O God, the eternal Father (Passion Chorale)

Arr.: Johann Sebastian Bach

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Hans Leo Hassler