Hymns, Chants and Anthems. Selected and arranged by J. H. Thom

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O God protector of the lowly
Lo my Shepherds hand divine
Behold my servant see him rise
A present God is all our strength
Thou art gone to the grave but we will not deplore thee Heber
The heart of childhood is all mirth
How sweetly flowed the Gospels sound
Where is thy God my soul
Thou framer of the light and dark
O God whose holy child this morn
The heavens of heavens cannot contain
God of the universe whose hand
Lord of the worlds above
Great God whose universal sway
Blessed are the humble souls
Under thy wings my God I rest
Who gracious Father shall complain
Hail to the Lords anointed
O Lord our languid souls inspire
Lord thou didst arise and
Who is the weak believer
The morning flowers display their sweets
O make us apt to seek and quick to find
Blest is the man who fears the Lord
Descend to thy Jerusalem O Lord Jeremy Taylor Martineaus Col 195
On the first Christian Sabbath
Hath not thy heart within thee burned?
Lord thou hast been thy peoples rest
Brethren are brethren evermore
cannot call affliction sweet
Mortal if eer thy spirits faint
O Saviour is thy promise fled?
The Son of God goes forth to
Gods word is that true light
Raise your triumphant songs
The spacious firmament on high
O turn great ruler of the skies
O say not thou are left of
Remembrance of the dead revives
The spirit unto Thee
In the morning hear my
My fathers house on high
Our country is Emmanuels land
Salt of the earth ye virtuous
Hear me O Lord in my distress
stand perplexed
We covenant with hand and heart
He knelt the Saviour knelt and prayed
J H Newman
What is the first and great command
Faint not thou traveller though the
As body when the soul has fled
Scorn not the slightest word or deed
Our hope in sorrow sorrow leaves
O suffering friend of human kind
My God my king thy various praise
Far from mortal cares retreating

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