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PRAYER AND PRAISE.
SELECTED BY THE
REV. S. FLOOD JONES, M.A.
DALTON AND LUCY,
Booksellers to the Queen and to the Prince of Wales,
THE following Hymns have been selected for the use of congregations in which the Collection of the late Rev. W. J. HALL is still retained. No Hymns, therefore, which appear in that Collection will be found in this.
Next to the Bible and the Prayer Book, the Hymn Book has so often proved the most useful and welcome Companion of the Sick Room, that a few Hymns have been admitted into these pages, more suitable for private than for public use.
THE CLOISTERS, WESTMINSTER ABBEY,
INDEX OF FIRST LINES.
Abide with me, fast falls the Eventide
Around the Throne of God a band
Bread of Heaven on Thee we feed
Brief life is here our portion
Brightest and best of the Sons of the Morning
Christian seek not yet repose
Christ whose glory fills the skies
Fair is the heavenly land we seek
For thee O dear, dear Country
Hail the day that sees Him rise.
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
Jesus calls us o'er the tumult
Lead kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
Let me be with Thee, where Thou art
Lord, for Thy tender mercies' sake-Anthem 1, p. 83 Lord God the Holy Ghost
Lord, in this Thy mercy's day
Lord of the Light, this day our Guardian be
Lord, Thy children guide and keep
Lord, Thy glory fills the Heaven
Lord, Thy solemn Passion past
Lord Thy Word abideth
Lord, when before Thy throne we meet
Love is kind, and suffers long
Lord who didst Thy Prophets teach
Lo! when the Spirit of our God
Members of Christ are we .
My God, my Father while I stray
New every morning is the love
O Day of rest and gladness
O let him whose sorrow
O Lord how happy should we be
O Lord of Heaven and Earth and Sea
That Holy Rite, that solemn vow
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INDEX OF FIRST LINES.
O Lord my God-Anthem 2, p. 83
O Love, who formedst me to wear
O what if we are Christ's.
Pilgrim bend thy footsteps on
Return O wanderer to thy Home
Saviour abide with us
Saviour sprinkle many nations
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear
There is a Book, who runs may read
The saints on Earth and those above.
The voice of Jesus speaks to thee
This is the Day of Light
Thou art gone up on high.
Thou, whose Almighty Word
Through the day, Thy love hath spared us
Thy way, not ours, O God
Tomorrow, Lord is thine
We love the place, O God.
When our heads are bowed with woe.
The Son of God goes forth to war