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Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns. This is S S & S, otherwise known as Sacred Songs and Solos. It is a collection of spiritual worship hymns and songs for churches. Students use it in their assembly in many Christian schools.

This feature features the Sacred Songs and Solo Hymns from No. 201 – 250.



201 Spirit Divine! attend our prayers

Spirit Divine ! attend our prayers.

And make our hearts Thy home ;

Descend with all Thy gracious powers

Oh come, great Spirit, come !


2 Come as the light—- to us reveal

Our emptiness and woe ;

And lead us in those paths of life

Where all the righteous go.


3 Come as the fire—- and purge our

Like sacrificial flame ; [hearts,

Let our whole soul an offering be

To our Redeemer’s name.


4 Come as the dew—– and sweetly bless

This consecrated hour ;

May barrenness rejoice to own

Thy fertilising power.


202 Come, spirit, source of light

Come, Spirit, source of light,

Thy grace is unconfined ;

Dispel the gloomy shades of night,

The darkness of the mind.


2 Now to our eyes display

The truth Thy words reveal :

Cause us to run the heavenly way,

Delighting in Thy will.


3 Thy teachings make us know

The mysteries of Thy love ;

The vanity of things below,

The joy of things above.


4 While through this maze we stray,

Oh, spread Thy beams abroad ;

Disclose the dangers of the way,

And guide our steps to God.


203 All hail the power of Jesus name

All hail the power of Jesus’ name !

Let angels prostrate fall ;

Bring forth the royal diadem,

And crown Him Lord of all !


2 Crown Him, ye martyrs of our God,

Who from His altar call ;

Extol the stem of Jesse’s rod,

And crown Him Lord of all !


3 Ye chosen seed of Israel’s race,

A remnant weak and small,

Hail Him who saves you by His grace,

And crown Him Lord of all !


4 Ye Gentile sinners, ne’er forget

The wormwood and the gall ;

Go, spread your trophies at His feet,

And crown Him Lord of all !


5 Let every kindred, every tribe,

On this terrestrial ball,

To Him all majesty ascribe,

And crown Him Lord of all !


6 Oh that with yonder sacred throng

We at His feet may fall ;

Join in the everlasting song,

And crown Him Lord of all !


204 Jesus, thy name I love

Jesus, Thy name I love,

All other names above ;

Jesus, my Lord !

Oh, Thou art all to me !

Nothing to please I see,

Nothing apart from Thee,

Jesus, my Lord !



Thou, blessed Son of God,

Hast bought me with Thy blood,

Jesus, my Lord !

Oh, how great is Thy love,

All other loves above,

Love that I daily prove,

Jesus, my Lord !



When unto Thee I flee,

Thou wilt my refuge be,

Jesus, my Lord !

What need I now to fear ?

What earthly grief or care,

Since Thou art ever near ?

Jesus, my Lord !



Soon Thou wilt come again !

I shall be happy then,

Jesus, my Lord !

Then Thine own face I’ll see,

Then I shall like Thee be,

Then evermore with Thee,

Jesus, my Lord !



205 Oh, could I speak the matchless worth

Oh, could I speak the matchless worth,

Oh, could I sound the glories forth

Which in my Saviour shine,

I’d soar, and touch the heavenly strings,

And vie with Gabriel, while he sings

In notes almost divine.



I’d sing the precious blood He spilt,

My ransom from the dreadful guilt

Of sin, and wrath divine :

I’d sing His glorious righteousness,

In which all -perfect, heavenly dress

My soul shall ever shine.



I’d sing the characters He bears,

And all the forms of love He wears,

Exalted on His throne :

In loftiest songs of sweetest praise

I would, to everlasting days,

Make all His glories known.



Well, the delightful day will come

When my dear Lord will take me home,

And I shall see His face ;

Then with my Saviour, Brother, Friend,

A blest eternity I’ll spend,

Triumphant in His grace !


206 We praise thee, we bless thee, our saviour divine

We praise Thee, we bless Thee, our Saviour divine,

All power and dominion for ever be Thine !

We sing of Thy mercy with joyful acclaim,

For Thou hast redeemed us: all praise to Thy name !



All honour and praise to Thine excellent name,

Thy love is unchanging—- for ever the same !

We bless and adore Thee, O Saviour and King ;

With joy and thanksgiving Thy praises we sing !



The strength of the hills and the depths of the sea,

The earth and its fulness, belong unto Thee ;

And yet to the lowly Thou bendest Thine ear,

So ready their humble petitions to hear !



Thine infinite goodness our tongues shall employ ;

Thou givest us richly all things to enjoy ;

We’ll follow Thy footsteps, we’ll rest in Thy love,

And soon we shall praise Thee in mansions above !



207 Be glad in the lord, and rejoice

Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice,

All ye that are upright in heart ;

And ye that have made Him your choice,

Bid sadness and sorrow depart.


Rejoice ! . . . Rejoice ! . . .

Be glad in the Lord and rejoice ! . .



Be joyful, for He is the Lord,

On earth and in heaven supreme ;

He fashions and rules by His word ;

The “Mighty” and “Strong” to redeem.



What though in the conflict for right

Your enemies almost prevail ! [sight,

God’s armies, just hid from your

Are more than the foes which assail.



Though darkness surround you by day,

Your sky by the night be o’ercast,

Let nothing your spirit dismay,

But trust till the dagger is past.



Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice,

His praises proclaiming in song ;

With harp, and with organ, and voice,

The loud hallelujahs prolong !


208 Praise him! praise him! Jesus, our blessed redeemer

Praise Him ! praise Him ! Jesus, our blessed Redeemer !

Sing, O earth—- His wonderful love proclaim !

Hail Him ! hail Him ! highest archangels in glory ;

Strength and honour give to His holy name !

Like a shepherd, Jesus will guard

His children,

In His arms He carries them all day long ;

Praise Him ! praise Him ! tell of His excellent

greatness ;

Praise Him ! praise Him ever in joyful song I



Praise Him ! praise Him ! Jesus, our

blessed Redeemer !

For our sins He suffered, and bled, and died ;

He—- our Rock, our hope of eternal salvation,

Hail Him ! hail Him ! Jesus, the Crucified !

Sound His praises—- Jesus who bore

our sorrows,

Love unbounded, wonderful, deep, and strong ;



Praise Him ! praise Him ! Jesus, our

blessed Redeemer !

Heavenly portals, loud with hosannas ring !

Jesus, Saviour, reigneth for ever and ever :

Crown Him ! crown Him ! Prophet, and Priest, and King !

Christ is coming, over the world victorious,

Power and glory unto the Lord belong ;



209 Praise the king of glory, he is God alone

Praise the King of Glory, He is God alone ;

Praise Him for the wonders He to us hath shown ;

For His promised presence all the pilgrim way,

For the flaming pillar, and the cloud by day.


Praise . . . Him, shining angels,

Strike . . . your harps of gold, . .

All . . . His hosts adore Him,

Who … His face behold : . .

Through . . . His great domin – ion,

While . . . the ages roll, . .

All His works shall praise Him, all His

works shall praise Him,

All His works shall praise Him ; bless the

Lord, my soul !



Praise Him for redemption, free to every soul ;

Praise Him for the Fountain that can make us whole ;

For His gifts of kindness and His loving care,

For the blest assurance that He answers prayer.



Praise Him for the trials sent as cords of love,

Binding us more closely to the things above ;

For the faith that conquers, hope, that naught can dim,

For the land where loved ones gather unto Him.



210 Glory ever be to Jesus

Glory ever be to Jesus !—–

God’s own well-beloved Son !

By His grace He hath redeemed us,

” It is finished,” all is done.


Saved by grace through faith in Jesus,

Saved by His own precious blood,

May we in His love abiding,

Follow on to know the Lord.



Oh, the weary days of wandering,

Longing, hoping for the light !

These at last lie all behind us,

Jesus is our strength and might.



In His safe and holy keeping,

‘Neath the shadow of His wing

Gladly in His love confiding,

May our souls His praises sing.



211 Redeemed from death, redeemed from sin

Redeemed from death, redeemed from sin,

Redeemed from ills without, within ;

Redeemed ! what new light gilds the skies !

What glories on the soul arise !


Redeemed ! redeemed ! . . . my song shall be, . . .

Through time and through . . . eternity ! . . .

Redeemed ! let all . . . the ransomed sing, . . .

Eternal praise … to Christ our King !



Glory to Film, whose love unknown

Touched man’s abyss from heaven’s high throne ;

Like some new star its radiance beamed,

A new song rose — Redeemed ! redeemed !



As ocean’s billows swell and break,

The mighty tide of praise shall wake ;

Thy love, Lord, like th’ unfathomed sea,

Shall waft a world redeemed to Thee.



Redeemed ! creation joyful brings

Its tribute to the King of kings ;

Redeemed ! earth’s million voices raise

One sounding anthem to His praise.



212 Ye servants of God

Ye servants of God,

Your Master proclaim,

And publish abroad

His wonderful name ;

The name all-victorious

Of Jesus extol ;

His kingdom is glorious,

And rules over all.



God ruleth on high.

Almighty to save ;

And st ill He is nigh,

His presence we have !

The great congregation

His triumph shall sing.

Ascribing salvation

To Jesus our King.



Salvation to God,

Who sits on the throne ;

Let all cry aloud,

And honour the Son ;

The praises of Jesus

All angels proclaim,

Fall down on their faces,

And worship the Lamb.



Then let us adore

And give Him his right ;

All glory and power,

All wisdom and might ;

All honour and blessing,

With angels above ;

And thanks never-ceasing,

And infinite love.



213 How honoured, how dear, that sacred abode

How honoured, how dear, that sacred abode,

Where Christians draw near their Father and God I

‘Mid worldly commotion, my wearied

soul faints

For the house of devotion, the home of Thy saints



The birds have their home, they fix

on their nest ;

Wherever they roam, they turn to their rest :

From them fondly learning, my soul

would take wing ;

To Thee so returning, my God and my King.



O happy the choirs who praise Thee

above !

What joy tunes their lyres ! their worship is love.

Yet safe in Thy keeping and happy they be

In this world of weeping, whose strength is in Thee.



Though rugged their way, they drink, as they go,

Of springs that convey new life as they flow :

The God they rely on, their strength

shall renew,

Till each, brought to Zion, His glory shall mView.



Thou Hearer of prayer, still grant me

a place [courts of Thy grace :

Where Christians repair to the

More blest, beyond measure, one day

so employed, [lings enjoyed.

Than years of vain pleasure by world-



The Lord is a Sun, the Lord is a Shield;

What grace has begun, with glory is sealed.

He hears the distressed, He succours the just :

And they shall be blessed who make Him their trust.


214 Coming, coming, we are comimg

Coming, coming, we are coming

To Thy temple, gracious Lord,

To receive the blessed teaching

Of Thy pure and perfect Word ;

Meekly would we learn our duty,

Learn it kneeling at Thy feet,

While a radiance from Thy glory

Covers all the Mercy-seat.



Singing, singing, we are singing

Of Thy wondrous love so free,

How it floweth ever onward

Like a vast and mighty sea ;

And our souls mount up with gladness,

While we swell the lofty strain,

” Glory, glory, hallelujah

To the Lamb for sinners slain ! ”



Praying, praying, we are praying

That Thy Spirit, like a dove,

May descend with gifts of mercy

From Thy gracious hand above.

Lord, we ask that, by Thy watch-care,

We may all protected be.

Every hand be quick to labour,

And our hearts be stayed on Thee.



215 Praise ye the Lord! Joyfully shout hosanna

Praise ye the Lord ! joyfully shout hosanna !

Praise the Lord with glad acclaim;

Lift up your hearts unto His throne with gladness—-

Magnify His holy name. [bright,

Marching along under His banner

Trusting in His mercy as we go.

His light divine tenderly o’er us will shine ;

We shall be guided by His hand now and for ever.


Steadily marching on, with our banner waving

o’er us ;

Steadily marching on, while we sing the joyful chorus ;

Steadily marching on, pillar and cloud going

before us,

To the realms of glory, to our home on high.



Praise ye the Lord ! He is the King eternal ;

Glory be to God on high !

Praise ye the Lord, tell of His loving- Kindness—–

Join the chorus of the sky.

Still marching on, cheerily marching on,

In the ranks of Jesus we will go :

Home to our rest, joyfully home where the blest

Gather and praise the Saviour’s

name, praise Him for ever.


216 I heard the voice of Jesus say

I heard the voice of Jesus say,

” Come unto Me, and rest :

Lay down, thou weary one, lay down

Thy head upon My breast.”

I came to Jesus as I was—

Weary, and worn, and sad ;

I found in Him a resting-place,

And He has made me glad.



I heard the voice of Jesus say,

” Behold, I freely give

The living water—- thirsty one,

Stoop down, and drink, and live ”

I came to Jesus, and I drank

Of that life-giving stream ;

My thirst was quenched, my soul revived

And now I live in Him.



I heard the voice of Jesus say,

“lam this dark world’s Light ;

Look unto Me, thy morn shall rise,

And all thy day be bright.”

I looked to Jesus, and I found

In Him my Star, my Sun ;

And in that light of life I’ll walk,

Till travelling days are done.



217 Jerusalem the golden!

Jerusalem the golden !

With milk and honey blest ;

Beneath thy contemplation

Sink heart and voice opprest.

I know not, oh, I know not

What holy joys are there ;

What radiancy of glory,

What bliss beyond compare.



They stand, those halls of Zion,

All jubilant with song,

And bright with many an angel $

And all the martyr-throng.

There is the throne of David ;

And there, from toil released,

The shout of them that triumph,,

The song of them that feast.



And they who, with their Leader,,

Have conquered in the fight,,

For ever and for ever

Are clad in robes of white.

O land that see’st no sorrow !

O state that fear’st no strife !

O royal land of flowers !

O realm and home of life !



O sweet and bless6d country I

The home of God’s elect :

O sweet and blessed country

That eager hearts expect !

Jesus, in mercy bring us

To that dear land of rest ;

Who art, with God the Father,

And Spirit, ever blest !


218 I feel like singing all the time

I feel like singing all the time,

My tears are wiped away ;

For Jesus is a Friend of mine,

I’ll serve Him every day.


I’ll praise Him ! praise Him ! praise Him all the time  !

Praise Him ! praise Him ! I’ll praise Him all the time!



When on the cross my Lord I saw,

Nailed there by sins of mine,

Fast fell the burning tears ; but now

I’m singing all the time.



When fierce temptations try my heart,

I’ll sing, ” Jesus is mine ! ”

And so, though tears at times may

I’m singing all the time. [start,



The wondrous story of the Lamb

Tell with that voice of thine,

Till others, with the glad new song,

Go singing all the time.



219 Praise our creator and saviour eternal

Praise our Creator and Saviour eternal !

Him who redeemed us from death and the grave ;

Sing of His greatness, oh, hail and adore Him,

Strong to deliver and mighty to save.


Praise . . . Him ! . . . praise . . . Him ! . . .

Glory in the highest unto Him ascribing ;

Praise . . . Him ! . . . praise . . . Him ! . . .

Blessed be His name, our Lord and King !



Praise our Creator and gracious Defender !

Rock where in safety we still may abide;

He is our Shepherd, how gently He leads us

Where in the valley the cool waters glide !



Praise our Creator, the Fountain of goodness !

Now in His grandeur exalted above;

Rest in His mercy and trust in His promise,

Ever to keep us, upheld by His love.



220 Praise the lord and worship him

Praise the Lord and worship Him, a song prepare,

While we enter joyfully the house of prayer;

Praise the Lord and honour Him who guards our way,

Watching o’er us tenderly by night and day.


Praise Him ! praise Him ! join the loud acclaim ;

Praise Him ! praise Him ! bless His holy name ;

Ever kind and merciful in all His ways,

He alone is worthy to receive our praise.



Praise Him in His majesty and

strength arrayed ;

Praise Him in the firmament His hands have made ;

In our lives acknowledge Him the

King of kings,

Then in safety we may dwell beneath His wings,



Praise Him in His righteousness, the

Holy One ;

Spread abroad the wondrous work that He hath done ;

Through His perfect sacrifice the

world is blest,

Whosoever will, may come to Him and rest.



221 Glorious things of thee are spoken

Glorious things of thee are spoken,

Zion, city of our God !

He, whose word cannot be broken,

Formed thee for His own abode.

On the Rock of Ages founded,

What can shake thy sure repose ?

With salvation’s walls surrounded,

Thou may’st smile at all thy foes.



See, the streams of living waters,

Springing from eternal love,

Well supply thy sons and daughters,

And all fear of want remove :

Who can faint, while such a river

Ever flows their thirst t’ assuage ? —-

Grace, which, like the Lord, the giver,

Never fails from age to age.



Round each habitation hovering,

See the cloud and fire appear !

For a glory and a covering,

Showing that the Lord is near ;

He who gives them daily manna,

He who listens when they cry—–

Let Him hear the loud hosanna,

Rising to His throne on high.


222 Awake, awake, o heart of mine

Awake, awake, O heart of mine !

Sing praise to God above ;

Take up the song of endless years,

And sing redeeming love !

Redeemed by Him who bore my sins,

When on the cross He died ;

Redeemed and purchased with His blood,

Redeemed and sanctified,


Awake, awake, . . . O heart of mine ! . . .

Sing praise, sing praise … to God above ; . ..

Take up the song … of endless years, . . .

And sing . . . redeeming love ! . . .



Redeemed by Him, my Lord and King,

Who saves me day by day ;

My life and all its ransomed powers

Could ne’er His love repay.

And yet His mercy condescends

My humble gift to own ;

And through the riches of His grace,

He brings me near His throne.


Oh, love unchanging, love sublime !

Not all the hosts above

Can reach the height or sound the depth

Of God’s eternal love.

This wondrous love enfolds the world,

It fills the realms above ;

‘Tis boundless as eternity :

Oh, praise the God of love !



223 Holy, holy, holy is the Lord

Holy, holy, holy is the Lord !

Sing, O ye people, gladly adore Him ;

Let the mountains tremble at His word,

Let the hills be joyful before Him ;

Mighty in wisdom, boundless in mercy,

Great is Jehovah, King over all !


Holy, holy, holy is the Lord,

Let the hills be joyful before Him !



Praise Him, praise Him, shout aloud for joy !

Watchman of Zion, herald the story ;

Sin and death His kingdom shall destroy,

All the earth shall sing of His glory ;

Praise Him, ye angels, ye who behold Him

Robed in His splendour, matchless, divine !



King eternal, blessed be His name !

So may His children gladly adore Him;

When in heaven we join the happy strain,

When we cast our bright crowns before Him ;

There in His likeness joyful awaking,

There we shall see Him, there we shall sing !


224 Rejoice and be glad! The redeemer has come

Rejoice and be glad ! the Redeemer has come !

Go look on His cradle, His cross, and His tomb.


Sound His praises ! tell the story of Him who was slain !

Sound His praises ! tell with gladness, He liveth again I



Rejoice and be glad ! it is sunshine at last !.

The clouds have departed, the shadows are past


3              Rejoice and be glad ! for the blood hath been shed ;

Redemption is finished, the price hath been paid.



Rejoice and be glad ! now the pardon is free !

The Just for the unjust has died on the tree.



Rejoice and be glad ! for the Lamb that was slain.

O’er death is triumphant, and liveth again



Rejoice and be glad ! for our King is on high ;

He pleadeth for us on His throne in the sky.



Rejoice and be glad ! for He cometh again ;

He cometh in glory, the Lamb that was slain.


Sound His praises ! tell the story of Him who was slain !

Sound His praises ! tell with gladness, He cometh again !



225 Oh, sing of my Redeemer

Oh, sing of my Redeemer,

My Saviour, Lord, and King;

A song of praise and glory

Let all with rapture sing.


Oh, sing … of my Redeemer, . . .

Who gave . . . Himself for me ;

Upon . . . the cross He suffered, .

From sin … to set me free. . .



Oh, sing of my Redeemer,

And spread abroad His name;

His mercy, free and boundless,

Let heaven and earth proclaim.



Oh, sing of my Redeemer !

His praise my theme shall be ;

He took my sins upon Him,

And bore them on the tree.


4 Oh, sing of my Redeemer !

On Him alone I call ;

My everlasting portion,

My Hope, my Life, my All.


226 O saviour, precious saviour

O Saviour, precious Saviour,

Whom, yet unseen, we love;

O Name of might and favour,

All other names above:


We worship Thee ! we bless Thee!

To Thee alone we sing !

We praise Thee and confess Thee,

Our Saviour, Lord, and King !



O bringer of salvation,

Who wondrously hast wrought

Thyself the revelation

Of love beyond our thought :



In Thee all fulness dwelleth,

All grace and power divine ;

The glory that excelleth,

O Son of God, is Thine !



Oh, grant the consummation

Of this our song, above,

In endless adoration.

And everlasting love.



227 Jesus, lover of my soul

Jesus, Lover of my soul,

Let me to Thy bosom fly,

While the nearer waters roll,

While the tempest still is high ;

Hide me, O my Saviour, hide,

Till the storm of life is past ;

Safe into the haven guide.

Oh, receive my soul at last !



Other refuge have I none,

Hangs my helpless soul on Thee ;

Leave, oh, leave me not alone,

Still support and comfort me :

All my trust on Thee is stayed,

All my help from Thee I bring ;

Cover my defenceless head

With the shadow of Thy wing.



Thou, O Christ, art all I want ;

More than all in Thee I find :

Raise the fallen, cheer the faint,

Heal the sick, and lead the blind :

Just and holy is Thy name,

I am all unrighteousness ;

Vile, and full of sin I am,

Thou art full of truth and grace.



Plenteous grace with Thee is found—-

Grace to cover all my sin :

Let the healing streams abound ;

Make me, keep me pure within :

Thou of life the Fountain art,

Freely let me take of Thee :

Spring Thou up within my heart,

Rise to all eternity.



228 The church’s one foundation

The church’s one foundation

Is Jesus Christ her Lord ;

She is His new creation

By water and the Word :

From Heaven He came and sought her

To be His holy bride ;

With His own blood He bought her,

And for her life He died.



Elect from every nation,

Yet one o’er all the earth ;

Her charter of salvation—-

One Lord, one faith, one birth;

One holy Name she blesses,

Partakes one holy food ;

And to one hope she presses,

With every grace endued.



Though with a scornful wonder

Men see her sore opprest,

By schisms rent asunder,

By heresies distrest :

Yet saints their watch are keeping,

Their cry goes up, ” How long ? ”

And soon the night of weeping

Shall be the morn of song.



‘Mid toil and tribulation,

And tumults of her war,

She waits the consummation

Of peace for evermore ;

Till with the vision glorious

Her longing eyes are blest,

And the great church victorious,

Shall be the church at rest.



Yet she on earth hath union

With God the Three in One,

And mystic sweet communion

With those whose rest is won:

Oh, happy ones and holy !

Lord, give us grace, that we,

Like them, the meek and lowly,

On high may dwell with Thee !



229 Great is the Lord, who ruleth over all

Great is the Lord, who ruleth over all :

Wake, wake, and sing ! wake, wake, and sing !

Down at His feet in adoration fall—-

Praise and magnify our King !


O ye redeemed above, strike, strike your harps

of love !

Hail the Blessed One ! hail the Mighty One !

Sweetly His wonders tell, loudly His glory swell—-

Praise and magnify our King !



Great is the Lord, who spake and it was done :

Honour and strength, dominion He has won.



Great is the Lord ! oh, come with holy mirth ;

Come and rejoice, ye nations of the earth.



Great is the Lord, and holy is His name !

Angels and men, His wondrous works proclaim.



230 Come, every joyful heart

Come, every joyful heart,

That loves the Saviour’s name,

Your noblest powers exert

To celebrate His fame ;

Tell all above and all below,

The debt of love to Him you owe.



He left His starry crown,

And laid His robes aside ;

On wings of love came down.

And wept, and bled, and died :

What he endured no tongue can tell,

To save our souls from death and hell.



From the dark grave He rose—-

The mansion of the dead;

And thence His mighty foes

In glorious triumph led:

Up through the sky the Conqueror rode,

And reigns on high, the Saviour God.



From thence He’ll quickly come—-

His chariot will not stay—-

And bear our spirits home

To realms of endless day :

There shall we see His lovely face,

And ever be in His embrace.



231 Hark, hark! My soul! Angelic songs are swelling

Hark, hark ! my soul ! angelic songs are swelling

O’er earth’s green fields and ocean s

wave-beat shore ;

How sweet the truth those blessed

strains are telling

Of that new life when sin shall be no more.


Angels, sing on ! your faithful watches keeping ;

Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above ;

Till morning’s joy shall end the night of weeping,

And life’s long shadows break in cloudless love.



Far, far away, like bells at evening

pealing, [and sea

The voice of Jesus sounds o’er land

And laden souls, by thousands meekly


Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee.



Onward we go, for still we hear them

singing, [bids you come ” ;

” Come, weary souls ! for Jesus

And through the dark, its echoes

sweetly ringing,

The music of the Gospel leads us home.


232 Wake thou my harp, o mighty love

Wake Thou my harp, O Mighty Love,

That fiirst the boundless realm above !

Sweep Thou my strings, for I would sing

Redeeming grace through Christ my King.


Redeeming grace, redeeming grace,

That gives my soul a resting-place ;

I’ll sing, while time rolls on apace,

Redeeming grace, redeeming grace.



Thou great First Cause of mortal good,

Whose throne through endless years has stood,

Instruct my feeble voice to sing

Redeeming grace through Christ my King.



The spark has kindled to a flame ;

My soul, rejoicing in Thy name.

Bids all within me join and sing

Redeeming grace through Christ my King.



And when my spirit flees away [day.

From all that cheers life’s fleeting

With saints around Thy throne I’ll


Redeeming grace through Christ my King



233 God is love, His word pro-claims it

” God is Love ! “—–His Word pro-claims it,

Day by day the truth we prove ;

Heaven and earth with joy are telling.

Ever telling, ” God is Love !


Hallelujah ! tell the story,

Sung by angel choirs above ;

Sounding forth the mighty chorus—-

“God is Light, and God is Love !



” God is Love ! —–oh, tell it gladly,

How the Saviour from above

Came to seek and save the lost ones.

Showing thus the Father’s love.



” God is Love ! —-oh, boundless mercy—-

May we all its fulness prove !

Telling those who sit in darkness,

” God is Light, and God is Love !



234 Let us sing again the praise of the saviour

Let us sing again the praise of the Saviour,

How He died that we might know the Father’s love;

Let us tell to all the world His compassion, [above.

How He ever lives to plead for us


Let us tell … the wondrous story,

How He died . . . upon the tree ;

Unto Him be all the praise and the glory ;

He hath suffered that from sin we might be

free. . . .



Let us praise Him for the words full of comfort,

That He left for us recorded long ago;

He is near to every one that believeth,

And His mercy to the faithful He will show.



Let us praise Him for the soul-cheering promise

Of the mansions that our eyes shall yet behold ;

When we gather with the blest in

His kingdom,

Where the riches of His grace can ne’er be told.


235 My faith looks up to thee

My faith looks up to Thee,

Thou Lamb of Calvary,

Saviour divine ;

Now hear me while I pray ;

Take all my guilt away ;

Oh, let me from this day

Be wholly Thine.



May Thy rich grace impart

Strength to my fainting heart,

My zeal inspire :

As Thou hast died for me,

Oh, may my love to Thee

Pure, warm, and changeless be—–

A living fire.



While life’s dark maze I tread,

And griefs around me spread,

Be Thou my Guide :

Bid darkness turn to day,

Wipe sorrow’s tears away ;

Nor let me ever stray

From Thee aside.



When ends life’s transient dream—-

When death’s cold, sullen stream

Shall o’er me roll—-

Blest Saviour, then in love,

Fear and distrust remove ;

Oh, bear me safe above—-

A ransomed soul.


236 Come, oh come, and let us worship

Come, oh come, and let us worship,

Gathered in the house of prayer ;

Praise the God of our salvation

While He waits to meet us there.


Come, oh come, and let us worship.

Bringing songs of love and praise,

Unto Him whose loving kindness

Has been o’er us all our days.



He hath pardoned our transgressions

Taken all our sins away ;

He will lead us, by His Spirit,

Safely to the perfect day.



Soon our trials will be ended,

And, among the loved and blest,

We shall join the bright immortals

In that Home of joy and rest.



237 Rock of Ages, cleft for me

Rock of Ages, cleft for me,

Let me hide myself in Thee;

Let the water and the blood,

From Thy riven side which flowed,

Be of sin the double cure,

Save me from its guilt and power.



Not the labour of my hands

Can fulfil Thy law’s demands;

Could my zeal no respite know,

Could my tears for ever flow,

All for sin could not atone;

Thou must save, and Thou alone.



Nothing in my hand I bring;

Simply to Thy Cross I cling!

Naked, come to Thee for dress;

Helpless, look to Thee for grace:

Foul, I to the fountain fly;

Wash me, Saviour, or I die.



While I draw this fleeting breath,

When mine eyes shall close in death,

When I soar to worlds unknown,

See Thee on Thy Judgment-throne;

Rock of Ages, cleft for me,

Let me hide myself in Thee.


238 God of Love, and God of might

God of love, and God of might,

God of truth, and God of light,

Heart and voice we would unite,

Giving praise to Thee.



With the sweets of morning’s balm,

With the hush of evening’s calm,

Fervent hymn and holy psalm

Rise continually.



We adore Thee, God most high,

We Thy mercy magnify ;

On Thy word our souls rely,

Trusting peacefully.



We have heard Thy words of cheer

On our pilgrim journey here ;

We have known Thy presence near,

Shining constantly.



239 In the cross of Christ I glory

In the cross of Christ I glory,

Towering o’er the wrecks of time ;

All the light of sacred story

Gathers round its head sublime.



When the woes of life o’ertake me,

Hopes deceive, and fears annoy,

Never shall the cross forsake me ;

Lo ! it glows with peace and joy.



When the sun of bliss is beaming

Light and love upon my way,

From the cross the radiance streaming

Adds new lustre to the day.



Bane and blessing, pain and pleasure,

By the cross are sanctified ;

Peace is there that knows no


Joys that through all time abide.


240 I’ve learned to sing a glad new song

I’ve learned to sing a glad new song

Of praise unto our King !

And now with all my ransomed powers

His praises I will sing.


His praises I will sing !

He is my Lord and King !

And now with all my ransomed powers

His praises I will sing !



I’ve learned to sing the song of peace,

‘Tis sweeter every day,

Since Jesus calmed my troubled soul,

And bore my sins away.



I sing the song of perfect love,

It casteth out all fear !

Oh breadth, oh length, oh depth, oh height !

Oh love so full of cheer !



I’ve learned to sing the song of joy;

My cup is running o’er

With blessings full of peace and love :

And still there’s more and more.



Soon I shall sing the new, new song

Of Moses and the Lamb,

With all the sainted hosts above,

Before the great I AM !



241 My saviour’s praises I will sing

My Saviour’s praises I will sing,

And all His love express ;

Whose mercies each returning day,

Proclaim His faithfulness.


” Every day will I bless Thee !

Every day will I bless Thee !

And I will praise, will praise

Thy name for ever and ever ! ”



Redeemed by His almighty power,

My Saviour and my King ;

My confidence in Him I place,

To Him my soul would cling.



On Thee alone, my Saviour, God,

My steadfast hopes depend;

And to Thy holy will my soul

Submissively would bend.



Oh, grant Thy Holy Spirit’s grace,

And aid my feeble powers,

That gladly I may follow Thee

Through all my future hours.


242 Love divine, all loves excelling

Love divine, all loves excelling,

Joy of heaven, to earth come down ;

Fix in us Thy humble dwelling,

All Thy faithful mercies crown.

Jesus, Thou art all compassion,

Pure unbounded love Thou art ;

Visit us with Thy salvation,

Enter every longing heart !



Breathe, oh, breathe Thy loving Spirit

Into every troubled breast !

Let us all in Thee inherit,

Let us find Thy promised rest.

Come, Almighty to deliver !

Let us all Thy grace receive ;

Suddenly return, and never,

Never more Thy temples leave.



Finish, then, Thy new creation,

Pure and spotless may we be ;

Let us see our whole salvation

Perfectly secured by Thee :

Changed from glory into glory,

Till in heaven we take our place ;

Till we cast our crowns before Thee,

Lost in wonder, love, and praise !



243 Oh for a thousand tongues to sing

Oh for a thousand tongues to sing

My great Redeemer’s praise ;

The glories of my God and King,

The triumphs of His grace.



My gracious Master and my God,

Assist me to proclaim—–

To spread thro’ all the earth abroad—-

The honours of Thy name.



Jesus, the Name that charms our fears,

That bids our sorrows cease ;

‘Tis music in the sinner’s ears,

‘Tis life, and health, and peace.



He breaks the power of cancelled sin,

He sets the prisoner free ;

His blood can make the foulest clean,

His blood avails for me.


244 I to the hills will lift mine eyes

I to the hills will lift mine eyes,

From whence doth come mine aid ;

My safety cometh from the Lord,

Who heaven and earth hath made.



Thy foot He’ll not let slide, nor will

He slumber that thee keeps :

Behold, He that keeps Israel,

He slumbers not nor sleeps.



The Lord thee keeps, the Lord thy shade

On thy right hand doth stay :

The moon by night thee shall not smite,

Nor yet the sun by day.



The Lord shall keep thy soul; He shall

Preserve thee from all ill :

Henceforth thy going out and in

God keep for ever will.



245 Come, let us join our cheerful songs

Come, let us join our cheerful songs

With angels round the throne;

Ten thousand thousand are their tongues,

But all their joys are one.



” Worthy the Lamb that died,” they cry,

” To be exalted thus ” ;

” Worthy the Lamb,” our lips reply,

” For He was slain for us.”



Jesus is worthy to receive

Honour and power divine ;

And blessings more than we can give,

Be, Lord, for ever Thine.



Let all that dwell above the sky,

And air, and earth, and seas,

Conspire to lift Thy glories high,

And speak Thine endless praise.



The whole creation join in one,

To bless the sacred name

Of Him that sits upon the throne,

And to adore the Lamb.


246 My God, I thank thee, who hast made

My God, I thank Thee, who hast made,

The earth so bright,

So full of splendour and of joy,

Beauty and light ;

So many glorious things are here,

Noble and right.



I thank Thee, too, that Thou hast made

Joy to abound ;

So many gentle thoughts and deeds

Circling us round ;

That in the darkest spot of earth

Some love is found.



I thank Thee more that all my joy

Is touched with pain;

That shadows fall on brightest hours,

That thorns remain ;

So that earth’s bliss may be my guide,

And not my chain.



For Thou who knowest, Lord, how soon

Our weak heart clings,

Hast given us joys, tender and true,

Yet all with wings,

So that we see, gleaming on high,

Diviner things.



I thank Thee, Lord, that Thou hast kept

The best in store ;

I have enough, yet not too much,

To long for more ;

A yearning for a deeper peace

Not known before.



I thank Thee, Lord, that here our souls,

Though amply blest,

Can never find, although they seek,

A perfect rest—-

Nor ever shall, until they lean

On Jesus’ breast.



247 Oh, serve the Lord with gladness

“Oh, serve the Lord with gladness,”

And come before His throne ;

He is the great Creator,

And He is God alone ;

The heavens declare His glory,

The earth His power displays ;

While millions without number

To Him glad anthems raise.


” Oh, serve the Lord with gladness,’

And come before His throne !

He is our great Redeemer,

And He is God alone.



” Oh, serve the Lord with gladness,”

And glad hosannas bring

To Him, the Sovereign Ruler,

The universal King ;

For ever through the ages

His truth unchanging stands;

Let all the nations fear Him,

And reverence His commands.



” Oh, serve the Lord with gladness,”

His love to all proclaim ;

Exalt Him in the highest,

And spread abroad His fame ;

All majesty, dominion,

All power and glory, be

To Him who reigns in triumph,

Through all eternity.


248 Songs of praise the angels sing

Songs of praise the angels sang,

Heaven with hallelujahs rang,

When Jehovah’s work begun,

When He spake, and it was done.



Songs of praise awoke the morn,

When the Prince of Peace was born ;

Songs of praise arose, when He

Captive led captivity.



Heaven and earth must pass away,

Songs of praise shall crown that day ;

God will make new heavens and earth,

Songs of praise shall hail their birth.



And will man alone be dumb,

Till that glorious Kingdom come ?

No : — the Church delights to raise

Psalms, and hymns, and songs of




Saints below, with heart and voice,

Still in songs of praise rejoice ;

Learning here, by faith and love,

Songs of praise to sing above.



Borne upon their latest breath,

Songs of praise shall conquer death ;

Then, amidst eternal joy,

Songs of praise their powers employ.



249 Come, sound His praise abroad

Come, sound His praise abroad,

And hymns of glory sing !

Jehovah is the sovereign God,

The universal King !



He formed the deeps unknown ;

He gave the seas their bound :

The watery worlds are all His own,

And all the solid ground.



Come, worship at His throne,

Come, bow before the Lord :

We are His work, and not our own,

He formed us by His word.



To-day attend His voice,

Nor dare provoke His rod ;

Come, like the people of His choice,

And own your gracious God.




250 My life flows on in endless song

My life flows on in endless song ;

Above earth’s lamentation

I hear the sweet though far-off hymn

That hails a new creation :

Through all the tumult and the strife

I hear the music ringing ;

It finds an echo in my soul-

How can I keep from singing ?



What though my joys and comforts

The Lord my Saviour liveth ; [die !

What though the darkness gather round !

Songs in the night He giveth :

No storm can shake my inmost calm

While to that refuge clinging ;

Since Christ is Lord of heaven and earth,

How can I keep from singing ?



I lift mine eyes ; the cloud grows thin ;

I see the blue above it ;

And day by day this pathway smooths

Since first I learned to love it :

The peace of Christ makes fresh my

A fountain ever springing: [heart,

All things are mine since I am His—-

How can I keep from singing ?


Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250

Sacred Songs and Solos Hymns 201 – 250