Sacred Hymns (Manchester Hymnal)

Sacred Hymns (Manchester Hymnal)

Sacred Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Manchester Hymnal, English.
Liverpool, England; London, England. Franklin D. Richards.
1840. 1856, 11st Edition. 322 songs.


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1.
The morning breaks, the shadows flee
2.
Let ev’ry mortal ear attend
3.
Glorious things of thee are spoken
4.
The time is nigh, that happy time
5.
Great is the Lord! ’tis good to praise
6.
See! all creation join
7.
O, happy souls who pray
8.
Praise to God, immortal praise
9.
We’re not ashamed to own our Lord
10.
Joy to the world! the Lord will come!
11.
To Him that made the world
12.
Ere long the veil will rend in twain
13.
Let sinners take their course
14.
Come, all ye Saints who dwell on earth
15.
God spake the word, and time began
16.
Mortals, awake! with angels join
17.
O Jesus! the giver
18.
Beloved brethren! sing His praise
19.
Arise! arise! with joy survey
20.
The Lord my pasture shall prepare
21.
God moves in a mysterious way
22.
Arise, O glorious Zion
23.
O! happy is the man who hears
24.
Peace, troubled soul, thou need’st not fear
25.
Softly beams the sacred dawning
26.
Hark! ye mortals. Hist! be still
27.
Be it my only wisdom here
28.
Come, ye that love the Lord
29.
What was witness’d in the heavens?
30.
Happy the man that finds the grace
31.
Happy the souls that first believ’d
32.
Jesus, from whom all blessings flow
33.
How will the Saints rejoice to tell!
34.
Ye simple souls that stray
35.
Oh, Lord! thy people bless
36.
Ye Saints who dwell on Europe’s shore
37.
Let earth and heav’n agree
38.
Jesus, thou all-redeeming Lord
39.
Come, let us anew, our journey pursue
40.
Who are these array’d in white
41.
Spirit of Faith, come down
42.
Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire
43.
Inspirer of the ancient Seers
44.
Author of faith, eternal Word
45.
Give us room that we may dwell
46.
Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labour fear
47.
O Lord! responsive to thy call
48.
Sweetly may the blessed Spirit
49.
My God, the spring of all my joys
50.
Great God indulge my humble claim
51.
Where the voice of friendship’s heard
52.
Lo! the mighty God appearing
53.
I’ll praise my Maker while I’ve breath
54.
Praise ye the Lord! ’tis good to raise
55.
Away with our fears! The glad morning appears
56.
Our Father, shall we ever be
57.
Oh! say, what is truth? ’Tis the fairest gem
58.
Father, how wide thy glory shines!
59.
Soldiers of Christ, arise
60.
Hail! bright millennial day of rest
61.
Oh, happy home! oh, blest abode!
62.
Shall I, for fear of feeble man
63.
Glorious things are sung of Zion
64.
How are thy servants blest! O Lord
65.
Jesus, my strength, my hope
66.
O Lord, our Sovereign King
67.
We have met, dear friends and brethren
68.
Lord make thy mercy known
69.
Captain of Israel’s host, and guide
70.
When quiet in my house I sit
71.
Go, ye messengers of heaven
72.
From all that dwell below the skies
73.
Come let us join our cheerful songs
74.
O Lord, do thou thy gifts bestow
75.
Awake, and sing the song
76.
When Jesus came unto his own
77.
Let heathens to their idols haste
78.
This God is the God we adore
79.
Men of God! go, take your stations
80.
O’er the gloomy hills of darkness
81.
Come hither, all ye weary souls
82.
When sickness clouds the soul with grief
83.
Before Jehovah’s awful throne
84.
Come, sound his praise abroad
85.
In a gallant ship we ride
86.
Lord, we come before thee now
87.
Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell
88.
Come, thou desire of all thy saints
89.
Lo! the Gentile chain is broken!
90.
As the dew, from heaven distilling
91.
O Thou, at whose almighty word
92.
Once more we come before our God
93.
Come, guilty souls, and flee away
94.
How precious is thy word, O Lord
95.
Hark! the song of jubilee
96.
Lord dismiss us with thy blessing
97.
May we, who know the joyful sound
98.
Though now the nations sit beneath
99.
The rising sun has chas’d the night
100.
We’ll sing the songs of Zion
101.
O God, thou great, thou good, thou wise
102.
But hark! and hear the joyful sound
103.
See, the mighty angel flying!
104.
On the mountain’s top appearing
105.
And are we yet alive
106.
All praise to our redeeming Lord
107.
How beauteous are their feet
108.
Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall join
109.
Kingdoms and thrones to God belong
110.
To thee, O God, we do approach
111.
Lord, thou hast search’d and seen me through
112.
The veil of night is no disguise
113.
Come, let us purpose with one heart
114.
With all my powers of heart and tongue
115.
How sweet communion is on earth
116.
Ye sons of men, a feeble race
117.
When the earth’s abomination
118.
When God’s own people stand in need
119.
O Lord, do thou in heaven seal
120.
How great the joy, that promis’d day
121.
Sweet is the work, my God, my King
122.
Not to the terrors of the Lord
123.
Come Holy Spirit, heavenly dove
124.
How happy every child of grace
125.
When I can read my title clear
126.
Except the Lord conduct the plan
127.
The trials of the present day
128.
God of all consolation, take
129.
Sing to the great Jehovah’s praise
130.
O, my Father, thou that dwellest
131.
Weep not for him that’s dead and gone
132.
The night is wearing fast away
133.
Great God, attend while Zion sings
134.
O God! our help in ages past
135.
May the grace of Christ our Saviour
136.
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
137.
Glory to God on high
138.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
139.
Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?
140.
’Twas on that dark, that solemn night
141.
Arise, my soul, arise
142.
Behold the Saviour of mankind
143.
He died! the great Redeemer died
144.
O God, th’ eternal Father
145.
I know that my Redeemer lives
146.
Gently raise the sacred strain
147.
Ye children of our God
148.
Behold thy sons and daughters, Lord
149.
Jesus, mighty King in Zion
150.
In Jordan’s tide the Prophet stands
151.
Salem’s bright King, Jesus by name
152.
O Lord, our Father, let thy grace
153.
Do we not know that solemn word
154.
When youth and age are snatch’d away
155.
Now he’s gone, we’d not recall him
156.
Never does truth more shine
157.
Come all ye sons of grace, and view
158.
All you that love Immanuel’s name
159.
Dear Lord, and will thy pard’ning love
160.
Behold the Lamb of God!
161.
’Twas the commission of our Lord
162.
In ancient times a man of God
163.
Father in heaven, we do believe
164.
How foolish to the carnal mind
165.
Lo! on the water’s brink we stand
166.
Come all ye sons of God, who have receiv’d the Priesthood
167.
Repent, ye Gentiles all
168.
Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound
169.
Why do we mourn for dying friends
170.
Why should we start and fear to die!
171.
Creation speaks with awful voice
172.
The morning flowers display their sweets
173.
In ancient days men fear’d the Lord
174.
Now we’ll sing with one accord
175.
Awake! O ye people, the Saviour is coming
176.
From the regions of glory an angel descended
177.
Hark! from afar, a fun’ral knell
178.
Let us pray, gladly pray
179.
Let Zion in her beauty rise
180.
My soul is full of peace and love
181.
Now let us rejoice in the day of salvation
182.
The glorious day is rolling on
183.
Behold, the great Redeemer comes
184.
Behold, the Saviour comes!
185.
Earth is the place where Christ will reign
186.
Behold the mount of Olives rend!
187.
Hosannah to the great Messiah
188.
Jesus, once of humble birth
189.
This earth shall be a blessed place
190.
At first, the babe of Bethlehem
191.
Come, O thou King of kings!
192.
Farewell, all earthly honours
193.
Redeemer of Israel
194.
What wondrous things we now behold
195.
Ye ransom’d of the Lord
196.
An holy angel from on high
197.
What wondrous scenes mine eyes behold!
198.
An angel from on high
199.
Behold, the mountain of the Lord
200.
Unvail thy bosom, faithful tomb
201.
Awake, my soul, and with the sun
202.
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
203.
Once more, my soul, the rising day
204.
See how the morning sun
205.
Wak’d from my bed of slumber sweet
206.
Come, let us sing an evening hymn
207.
Glory to thee, my God, this night
208.
Great God! to thee my evening song
209.
Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray!
210.
The day is past and gone
211.
Adieu, dearest brethren, adieu
212.
Farewell, our friends and brethren!
213.
From Greenland’s icy mountains
214.
How often in sweet meditation my mind
215.
The gallant ship is under way
216.
Yes, my native land, I love thee
217.
Farewell, my kind and faithful friend
218.
Adieu to the city where long I have wander’d
219.
Come, thou glorious day of promise
220.
Farewell, ye servants of the Lord
221.
When shall we all meet again?
222.
To leave my dear friends, and from neighbours to part
223.
When time shall be no more
224.
An angel came down from the mansions of glory
225.
Before this earth from chaos sprung
226.
A poor wayfaring man of grief
227.
Come, all ye sons of Zion
228.
Earth, with her ten thousand flowers
229.
Guide us, O thou great Jehovah
230.
How firm a foundation, ye Saints of the Lord
231.
How pleasant ’tis to see
232.
How pleas’d and blest was I
233.
Know then that every soul is free
234.
The great and glorious Gospel light
235.
The happy day has rolled on
236.
Come, listen to a Prophet’s voice
237.
The Spirit of God like a fire is burning!
238.
The sun that declines in the far western sky
239.
The towers of Zion soon shall rise
240.
There’s a feast of fat things for the righteous preparing
241.
This earth was once a garden place
242.
Though in the outward Church below
243.
What fair one is this, from the wilderness trav’lling
244.
When Joseph his brethren beheld
245.
When restless on my bed I lie
246.
Hark! listen to the trumpeters
247.
The pure testimony pour’d forth in the Spirit
248.
Afflicted Saint, to Christ draw near
249.
Daniel’s wisdom may I know
250.
When Joseph saw his brethren mov’d
251.
Ye wond’ring nations, now give ear
252.
I saw a mighty angel fly
253.
Go, ye messengers of glory
254.
All hail the glorious day
255.
The glorious plan which God has given
256.
Truth reflects upon our senses
257.
Stars of morning, shout for joy
258.
Let Judah rejoice in this glorious news
259.
When earth in bondage long had lain
260.
The solid rocks were rent in twain
261.
O, who that has search’d in the records of old
262.
Hark! listen to the gentle breeze
263.
Another day has fled and gone
264.
How fleet the precious moments roll!
265.
Lift up your heads, ye scatter’d Saints
266.
Torn from our friends, and captive led
267.
This morning in silence I ponder and mourn
268.
’Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints
269.
Down by the river’s verdant side
270.
O Zion, when I think on thee
271.
Children of Zion, awake from your sadness
272.
I have no home, where shall I go?
273.
Praise to the man who commun’d with Jehovah
274.
Come to me, will ye come to the Saints that have died
275.
The Lord imparted from above
276.
Awake! ye Saints of God, awake!
277.
The glorious Gospel light has shone
278.
Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!
279.
Ho, ho, for the Temple’s completed
280.
Weep, week not for me, Zion
281.
The Seer, the Seer, Joseph the Seer
282.
When all thy mercies, O my God
283.
O, stop and tell me, Red Man
284.
The time is far spent, there is little remaining
285.
Ye who are call’d to labour and minister for God
286.
All hail! the new born year!
287.
O, give me back my Prophet dear
288.
The God that others worship, is not the God for me
289.
Oh! Thou who has promis’d in love to receive
290.
The Upper California, O! that’s the land for me
291.
Earthly happiness is fleeting
292.
Hail to the brightness of Zion’s glad morning
293.
Thou dost not weep, to weep alone!
294.
Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire
295.
Ye Elders of Israel, come join now with me
296.
The shepherds have raised their sweet warning voice
297.
Our Father, in the sacred name
298.
Cheer, Saints, cheer! we’re bound for peaceful Zion
299.
Welcome! best of all good meetings
300.
I’ll serve the Lord while I am young
301.
A Saint! and is the title mine
302.
My Father in heaven, and kindred there
303.
“The silver, gold, and precious stones”
304.
“Great Spirit! listen to the red man’s wail”