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Ancient and Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 301- 350

Hymns Ancient and Modern is a compilation of Anglican English Hymn. It is known as Hymns Ancient and Modern Revised aka A&M. Ancient and Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 301- 350.

Ancient and modern hymns are 636  hymns and still counting. So, for the sake of convenience and easy navigation, we split it into sections (in 50s).

The Igbo version is known as Ekpere na Abu. We have also compiled Abu Anglican Igbo 1 to 400. See them here:

Ancient and Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 301- 350


A & M 301 He that is down needs fear no fall

1. He that is down needs fear no fall,
he that is low no pride;
he that is humble ever shall
have God to be his guide.

2. I am content with what I have,
little be it or much;
and, Lord, contentment still I crave,
because thou savest such.

3. Fullness to such a burden is
that go on pilgrimage;
here little, and hereafter bliss,
is best from age to age.

Hymn A&M 302 Rise in the strength of God


1. Rise in the strength of God,
and face life’s uphill way:
the steps which other feet have trod
you tread today.

2. Press onward, upward still,
to win your way at last,
with better hope and stronger will
than in the past.

3. Life’s work more nobly wrought,
life’s race more bravely run,
life’s daily conflict faced and fought,
life’s duty done.


Hymn A&M 303 Soldiers of Christ, arise

1. Soldiers of Christ, arise,
and put your armor on,
strong in the strength which God supplies
through his eternal Son;

2. Strong in the Lord of hosts,
and in his mighty power:
who in the strength of Jesus trusts
is more than conqueror.

3. Stand then in his great might,
with all his strength endured,
and take, to arm you for the fight,
the panoply of God.

4. From strength to strength go on,
wrestle and fight and pray:
tread all the powers of darkness down,
and win the well-fought day.

5. That, having all things done,
and all your conflicts past,
ye may o’ercome, through Christ alone,
and stand entire at last.

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Hymn A&M 304 Fight the good fight with all thy might

1. Fight the good fight with all thy might,
Christ is thy strength and Christ thy right;
lay hold on life, and it shall be
thy joy and crown eternally.

2. Run the straight race, through God’s good grace,
lift up thine eyes and seek his face;
life with its way before us lies,
Christ is the path and Christ the prize.

3. Cast care aside, lean on thy Guide;
his boundless mercy will provide;
trust, and thy trusting soul shall prove
Christ is its life and Christ its love.

4. Faint not nor fear, his arms are near;
he changeth not, and thou art dear;
only believe, and thou shalt see
that Christ is all in all to thee.


Hymn A&M 305 Soldiers of the cross, arise!

1. Soldiers of the cross, arise!
Gird you with your armor bright!
Mighty are your enemies,
hard the battle ye must fight.

2. O’er a faithless fallen world,
raise your banner in the sky!
Let it float there wide unfurled!
Bear it onward! lift it high!

3. Mid the homes of want and woe,
strangers to the living Word,
let the Savior’s herald go!
Let the voice of hope be heard!

4. Where the shadows deepest lie,
carry truth’s unsullied ray!
Where are crimes of blackest dye,
there the saving sign display!

5. To the weary and the worn
tell of realms where sorrows cease!
To the outcast and forlorn
speak of mercy and of peace!

6. Guard the helpless! seek the strayed!
Comfort troubles! banish grief!
In the might of God arrayed,
scatter sin and unbelief!

7. Be the banner still unfurled,
still unsheathed the Spirit’s sword,
till the kingdoms of the world
are the kingdom of the Lord!

Hymn A&M 306 Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass

1. Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass,
ye bars of iron, yield,
and let the King of Glory pass;
the cross is in the field.

2. That banner, brighter than the star
that leads the train of night,
shines on their march, and guides from far
his servants to the fight.

3. A holy war those servants wage;
in that mysterious strife,
the powers of heaven and hell engage
for more than death or life.

4. Ye armies of the living God,
sworn warriors of Christ’s host,
where hallowed footsteps never trod
take your appointed post.

5. Though few and small and weak your bands,
strong in your Captain’s strength
go to the conquest of all lands;
all must be his at length.

6. The spoils at his victorious feet
you shall rejoice to lay,
and lay yourselves, as trophies meet,
in his great judgment day.

7. Then fear not, faint not, halt not now;
quit you like men, be strong!
to Christ shall all the nations bow,
and sing with you this song.

8. Uplifted are the gates of brass,
the bars of iron yield;
behold the King of Glory pass;
the cross hath won the field!


Hymn A&M 307 Stand up, stand up, for Jesus

1. Stand up, stand up, for Jesus,
ye soldiers of the cross;
lift high his royal banner,
it must not suffer loss:
from victory unto victory
his army shall he lead,
till every foe is vanquished
and Christ is Lord indeed.

2. Stand up, stand up for Jesus!
the solemn watchword hear;
if while ye sleep he suffers,
away with shame and fear,
where’er ye meet with evil,
within you or without,
charge for the God of battles,
and put the foe to rout.

3. Stand up, stand up, for Jesus;
the trumpet call obey;
forth to the mighty conflict
in this his glorious day:
ye that are men now serve him
against unnumbered foes;
let courage rise with danger,
and strength to strength oppose.

4. Stand up, stand up, for Jesus;
stand in his strength alone;
the arm of flesh will fail you,
ye dare not trust your own:
put on the Gospel armour,
each place put on with prayer,
when duty calls, or danger,
be never wanting there.

5. Stand up, stand up, for Jesus;
the strife will not be long:
this day, the noise of battle;
the next, the victor’s song.
To him that overcometh
a crown of life shall be;
he with the King of glory
shall reign eternally.

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Hymn A&M 308 Christian! seek not yet repose

1. Christian! seek not yet repose,
hear thy guardian angel say;
thou art in the midst of foes;
watch and pray.

2. Principalities and powers,
mustering their unseen array,
wait for thine unguarded hours;
watch and pray.

3. Gird thy heavenly armor on,
wear it ever night and day;
ambushed lurks the evil one;
watch and pray.

4. Hear the victors who o’ercame;
still, they mark each warrior’s way;
all with one sweet voice exclaim,
watch and pray.

5. Hear, above all, hear thy Lord,
him thou lovest to obey;
hide within thy heart his word,
watch and pray.

6. Watch, as if on that alone
hung the issue of the day;
pray that help may be sent down;
watch and pray.


Hymn A&M 309 O God of truth, whose living Word
upholds whate’er hath breath

1. O God of truth, whose living Word
upholds whate’er hath breath,
look down on thy creation, Lord,
enslaved by sin and death.

2. Set up thy standard, Lord, that we,
who claim a heavenly birth,
may march with thee to smite the lies
that vex thy ransomed earth.

3. Ah! would we join that blest array,
and follow in the might
of him, the Faithful and the True,
in raiment clean and white!

4. We fight for truth? we fight for God?
poor slaves of lies and sin!
he who would fight for thee on earth
must first be true within.

5. Then, God of truth for whom we long,
thou who wilt hear our prayer,
do thine own battle in our hearts,
and slay the falsehood there.

6. Yea, come! then tried as in the fire,
from every lie set free,
thy perfect truth shall dwell in us,
and we shall live in thee.

Hymn A&M 310 Put thou thy trust in God

1. Put thou thy trust in God,
in duty’s path go on;
walk in his strength with faith and hope,
so shall thy work be done.

2. Commit thy ways to him,
thy works into his hands,
and rest on his unchanging word,
who heaven and earth commands.

3. Though years on years roll on,
his covenant shall endure;
though clouds and darkness hide his path,
the promised grace is sure.

4. Give to the winds thy fears;
hope, and be undismayed:
God hears thy sighs and counts thy tears;
God shall lift up thy head.

5. Through waves and clouds and storms
his power will clear thy way:
wait thou his time; the darkest night
shall end in brightest day.

6. Leave to his sovereign sway
to choose and to command;
so shalt thou, wondering, own his way,
how wise, how strong his hand.

Hymn A&M 311 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us

1. Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
o’er the world’s tempestuous sea;
guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us,
for we have no help but thee;
yet possessing every blessing,
if our God our Father be.

2. Savior, breathe forgiveness o’er us;
all our weakness thou dost know;
thou didst tread this earth before us;
thou didst feel its keenest woe;
lone and dreary, faint and weary
through the desert thou didst go.

3. Spirit of our God, descending,
fill our hearts with heavenly joy;
love with every passion blending
pleasure that can never cloy;
thus provided, pardoned, guided,
nothing can our peace destroy.


Hymn A&M 312 Fierce was the billow wild

1. Fierce was the billow wild,
dark was the night;
oars laboured heavily,
foam glimmered white.
Trembled the mariners;
peril was nigh:
then said the God of God,
“Peace: it is I.”

2. Ridge of the mountain wave,
lower thy crest;
wail of the hurricane,
be thou at rest.
Sorrow can never be,
darkness must fly,
where saith the Light of light,
“Peace: it is I.”

3. Jesus, Deliverer,
nigh to us be;
soothe thou my voyaging
over life’s sea;
thou, when the storm of death
roars sweeping by,
whisper, O Truth of truth,
“Peace: it is I.”

Hymn A&M 313 Fierce raged the tempest o’er the deep

1. Fierce raged the tempest o’er the deep,
watch did thine anxious servants keep
but thou wast wrapped in guileless sleep,
calm and still.

2. “Save, Lord, we perish,” was their cry,
“O save us in our agony!”
Thy word above the storm rose high,
“Peace, be still.”

3. The wild winds hushed; the angry deep
sank, like a little child, to sleep;
the sullen billows ceased to leap,
at thy will.

4. So, when our life is clouded o’er,
and storm winds drift us from the shore,
say, lest we sink to rise no more,
“Peace, be still.”


Hymn A&M 314 As pants the hart for cooling streams
when heated in the chase

1. As pants the hart for cooling streams
when heated in the chase,
so longs my soul, O God, for thee
and thy refreshing grace.

2. For thee, my God, the living God,
my thirsty soul doth pine:
O when shall I behold thy face,
thou Majesty divine?

3. Why restless, why cast down, my soul?
Hope still, and thou shalt sing
the praise of him who is thy God,
thy health’s eternal spring.

4. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
the God whom we adore,
be glory, as it was, is now,
and shall be evermore.

Hymn A&M 315 UP to the throne on high

1. UP to the throne on high,
In loyal love and trust.
We, children of an hour,
Lift voices from the dust.

2. Surfer us not to stray,
From thee, our God, our guide,
Whatever trials come,
Whatever ills betide.

3. Grant us in mercy, Lord,
The gifts thou deemest best,
Help for the daily task,
And for our spirits rest.

4. Strong in the power of faith,
From doubt and care set free,
we tread the appointed path
That brings us home to thee.

5. Bid empty terror cease;
Neath thy o’er shadowing might
Uphold our hearts In hope,
And lead us into light.

Hymn A&M 316 Great mover of all hearts

1. Great mover of all hearts, whose hand
doth all the secret springs command
of human thought and will,
thou, since the world was made, dost bless
thy saints with fruits of holiness,
their order to fulfill.

2. Faith, hope and love here weave one chain;
but love alone shall then remain
when this short day is gone;
O Love, O Truth, O endless Light,
when shall we see thy sabbath bright
with all our labors done?

3. We sow ‘mid perils here and tears;
there the glad hand the harvest bears,
which here in grief hath sown:
great Three in One, the increase give;
thy gifts of grace, by which we live,
with heavenly glory crown.

Hymn A&M 317 Lord, teach us how to pray aright


1. Lord, teach us how to pray aright,
with reverence and with fear;
though dust and ashes in thy sight,
we may, we must draw near.

2. We perish if we cease from prayer,
O grant us power to pray!
And when to meet thee we prepare,
Lord, meet us by the way.

3. God of all grace, we bring to thee
a broken, contrite heart;
give, what thine eye delights ot see,
truth in the inward part.

4. Faith in the only sacrifice
that can for sin atone;
to cast our hopes, to fix our eyes,
on Christ, on Christ alone;

5. Patience to watch and wait and weep,
though mercy long delay;
courage our fainting souls to keep,
and trust thee though thou slay.

6. Give these, and then thy will be done;
thus strengthened with all might,
we through thy Spirit and thy Son,
shall pray, and pray aright.


Hymn A&M 318 Shepherd Divine, our wants relieve
in this our evil day

1. Shepherd Divine, our wants relieve
in this our evil day;
to all thy tempted followers give
the power to watch and pray.

2. Long as our fiery trials last,
long as the cross we bear,
O let our souls on thee be cast
in never-ceasing prayer.

3. The Spirit’s interceding grace
give us in faith to claim;
to wrestle till we see thy face,
and know thy hidden Name.

4. Till thou thy perfect love impart,
till thou thyself bestow,
be this the cry of every heart,
“I will not let thee go.”

5. I will not let thee go, unless
thou tell thy Name to me;
with all thy great salvation bless,
and make me all like thee.

6. Then let me on the mountain-top
behold thy open face;
where faith insight is swallowed up,
and prayer in endless praise.


Hymn A&M 319 Come, my soul, thy suit prepare

1. Come, my soul, thy suit prepare:
Jesus loves to answer prayer;
he himself has bid thee pray,
therefore will not say thee nay.

2. Thou art coming to a King,
large petitions with thee bring;
for his grace and power are such,
none can ever ask too much.

3. With my burden I begin:
Lord, remove this load of sin;
let thy blood, for sinners spilt,
set my conscience free from guilt.

4. Lord, I come to thee for rest,
take possession of my breast;
there thy blood bought right maintain,
and without a rival reign.

5. While I am a pilgrim here,
let thy love my spirit cheer;
as my Guide, my Guard, my Friend,
lead me to my journey’s end.


Hymn A&M 320 O help us, Lord, each hour of need
thy heavenly succour give


1. O help us, Lord, each hour of need
thy heavenly succour give:
help us in thought and word, and deed,
each hour on earth we live!

2. O help us, when our spirits bleed
with contrite anguish sore;
and when our hearts are cold and dead,
O help us, Lord, the more!

3. O help us, through the prayer of faith,
more firmly to believe;
for still the more the servant hath,
the more shall he receive.

4. O help us, Jesus, from on high:
we know no help but thee;
O help us so to live and die
as thine in heaven to be.


Hymn A & M 321 Jesus, Lord of life and glory

1. Jesus, Lord of life and glory,
bend from heaven thy gracious ear;
while our waiting souls adore thee,
friend of helpless sinners, hear:
by thy mercy,
O deliver us, good Lord.

2. From the depth of nature’s blindness,
from the hardening power of sin,
from all malice and unkindness,
from the pride that lurks within,
by thy mercy, etc.

3. When temptation sorely presses,
in the day of Satan’s power,
in our times of deep distresses,
in each dark and trying hour,
by thy mercy, etc.

4. When the world around is smiling,
in the time of wealth and ease,
earthly joys our hearts beguiling,
in the day of health and peace,
by thy mercy, etc.

5. In the weary hours of sickness,
in the times of grief and pain,
when we feel our mortal weakness,
when all human help is vain,
by thy mercy, etc.

6. In the solemn hour of dying,
in the awful judgment day,
may our souls, on thee relying,
find thee still our Rock and Stay;
by thy mercy, etc.

Hymn A&M 322 Out of the deep I call
to thee

1. Out of the deep I call
to thee, O Lord, to thee.
before thy throne of grace I fall;
be merciful to me.

2. Out of the deep I cry,
the woeful deep of sin,
of evil done in days gone by,
of evil now within;

3. Out of the deep of fear
and dread of coming shame;
from morning watch till night is near
I plead the precious Name.

4. Lord, there is mercy now,
as ever was, with thee.
before thy throne of grace I bow;
be merciful to me.


Hymn A&M 323 Forsaken once and thrice denied

1. Forsaken once, and thrice denied,
the risen Lord gave pardon free,
stood once again at Peter’s side,
and asked him,’Lov’st thou me?’

2. How many times with faithless word
have we denied his holy name,
how oft forsaken our dear Lord,
and shrunk when trial came!

3. Saint Peter, when the cock crew clear,
went out, and wept his broken faith:
strong as a rock through strife and fear,
he served his Lord till death.

4. How oft his cowardice of heart
we have without his love sincere,
the sin without the sorrow’s smart,
the shame without the tear!

5. 0 oft forsaken, oft denied,
forgive our shame, wash out our sin;
look on us from thy Father’s side
and let that sweet look win.

6. Hear when we call thee from the deep,
still walk beside us on the shore,
give hands to work, and eyes to weep,
and hearts to love thee more.

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Hymn A&M 324 Not for our sins alone
thy mercy, Lord, we sue

1. Not for our sins alone
thy mercy, Lord, we sue;
let fall thy pitying glance
on our devotions too,
what we have done for thee,
and what we think to do.

2. The holiest hours we spend
in prayer upon our knees,
the times when most we deem
our songs of praise will please,
thou searcher of all hearts,
forgiveness pour on these.

3. And all the gifts we bring,
and all the vows we make,
and all the acts of love
we plan for thy dear sake,
into thy pardoning thought,
O God of mercy, take.

4. And most, when we, thy flock,
before thine altar bend,
and strange, bewildering thought
with those sweet moments blend,
by him whose death we plead,
good Lord, thy help extend.

5. Bow down thine ear and hear!
Open thine eyes and see!
Our very love is shame,
and we must come to thee
to make it of thy grace
what thou wouldst have it be.


Hymn A&M 325 O for a heart to praise my God

1. O for a heart to praise my God,
a heart from sin set free,
a heart that’s sprinkled with the blood
so freely shed for me.

2. A heart resigned, submissive, meek,
my great Redeemer’s throne,
where only Christ is heard to speak,
where Jesus reigns alone.

3. A humble, lowly, contrite, heart,
believing, true and clean,
which neither life nor death can part
from him that dwells within.

4. A heart in every thought renewed
and full of love divine,
perfect and right and pure and good,
a copy, Lord, of thine.

5. Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart;
come quickly from above;
write thy new name upon my heart,
thy new, best name of Love.

Hymn A&M 326 O for a closer walk with God

1. O for a closer walk with God,
a calm and heavenly frame,
a light to shine upon the road
that leads me to the Lamb!

2. What peaceful hours i once enjoyed!
how sweet their memory still!
but they have left an aching void
the world can never fill.

3. Return, O holy Dove, return,
sweet messenger of rest;
I hate the sins that made thee mourn,
and drove thee from my breast.

4. The dearest idol I have known,
whate’er that idol be,
help me to tear it from thy throne,
and worship only thee.

5. So shall my walk be close with God,
calm and serene my frame;
so purer light shall mark the road
that leads me to the Lamb.


Hymn A&M 327 Lord, be thy word my rule

1. Lord, be thy word my rule;
in it may I rejoice;
thy glory be my aim,
thy holy will my choice;

2. Thy promises my hope;
thy providence my guard;
thine arm my strong support;
thyself my great reward.


Hymn A&M 328 A charge to keep I have,
a God to glorify

1. A charge to keep I have,
a God to glorify,
a never-dying soul to save,
and fit it for the sky.

2. To serve the present age,
my calling to fulfill;
O may it all my powers engage
to do my Master’s will!

3. Arm me with jealous care,
as in thy sight to live,
and O, thy servant, Lord, prepare
a good account to give!

4. Help me to watch and pray,
and on thyself rely;
and let me ne’er my trust betray,
but press to realms on high.


Hymn A&M 329 O thou who camest from above
the fire celestial to impart

1. O thou who camest from above
the fire celestial to impart,
kindle a flame of sacred love
on the mean altar of my heart.

2. There let it for thy glory burn
with inextinguishable blaze,
and trembling to its source return
in humble prayer and fervent praise.

3. Jesus, confirm my heart’s desire
to work and speak and think for thee;
still let me guard the holy fire
and still stir up the gift in me.

4. Still let me prove thy perfect will,
my acts of faith and love repeat,
till death, thy endless mercies seal,
and make the sacrifice complete.


Hymn A&M 330 Thine forever! God of love

1. Thine forever! God of love,
hear us from thy throne above;
thine forever may we be
here and in eternity.

2. Thine forever! Lord of life,
shield us through our earthly strife;
thou, the Life, the Truth, the Way,
guide us to the realms of day.

3. Thine forever! O how blest
they who find in thee their rest!
Savior, Guardian, heavenly Friend,
O defend us to the end.

4. Thine forever! Shepherd, keep
us thy frail and trembling sheep,
safe alone beneath thy care,
let us all thy goodness share.

5. Thine forever! Thou our Guide,
all our wants by thee supplied,
all our sins by thee forgiven,
lead us, Lord, from earth to heaven.

Hymn A&M 331 O Jesus, I have promised

1. O Jesus, I have promised
to serve thee to the end:
be thou ever near me,
my Master and my friend;
I shall not fear the battle
if thou art by my side,
nor wander from the pathway
if thou wilt be my guide.

2. O let me feel thee near me!
The world is ever near;
I see the sights that dazzle,
the tempting sounds I hear;
my foes are ever near me,
around me and within;
but Jesus, draw thou nearer,
and shield my soul from sin.

3. O let me hear thee speaking
in accents clear and still,
above the storms of passion,
the murmurs of self-will;
O speak to reassure me,
to hasten or control;
O speak, and make me listen,
thou guardian of my soul.

4. O Jesus, thou hast promised
to all who follow thee,
that where thou art in glory
there shall thy servant be;
and, Jesus I have promised
to serve thee to the end;
O give me grace to follow,
my Master and my friend.

5. O let me see thy footmarks,
and in them plant mine own;
My hope to follow duly
is in thy strength alone.
O guide me, call me, draw me,
uphold me to the end;
and then in heaven receive me,
my Savior and my Friend.

Hymn A&M 332 God be in my head

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Hymn A&M 333 Take up thy cross, the Savior said

1. Take up thy cross, the Savior said,
if thou wouldst my disciple be;
deny thyself, the world forsake,
and humbly follow after me.

2. Take up thy cross, let not its weight
fill thy weak spirit with alarm;
his strength shall bear thy spirit up,
and brace thy heart and nerve thine arm.

3. Take up thy cross, nor heed the shame,
nor let thy foolish pride rebel;
thy Lord for thee the cross endured,
to save thy soul from death and hell.

4. Take up thy cross then in his strength,
and calmly sin’s wild deluge brave,
’twill guide thee to a better home,
it points to glory o’er the grave.

5. Take up thy cross and follow Christ,
nor think till death to lay it down;
for only he who bears the cross
may hope to wear the glorious crown.

6. To thee, great Lord, the One in Three,
all praise forevermore ascend:
O grant us in our home to see
the heavenly life that knows no end.


Hymn A&M 334 Lord, as to thy dear cross we flee

1. Lord, as to thy dear cross we flee,
and plead to be forgiven,
so let thy life our pattern be,
and form our souls for heaven.

2. Help us through good report and ill
our daily cross to bear,
like thee to do our Father’s will,
our brethren’s grief to share.

3. Let grace our selfishness expel,
our earthliness refine,
and kindness in our bosoms dwell,
as free and true as thine.

4. If joy shall at thy bidding fly,
and grief’s dark day come on,
we in our turn would meekly cry,
Father, thy will be done.

5. Kept peaceful in the midst of strife,
forgiving and forgiven,
O may we lead the pilgrim’s life
and follow thee to heaven.

Hymn A&M 335 Blest are the pure in heart

1. Blest are the pure in heart,
for they shall see our God;
the secret of the Lord is theirs,
their soul is Christ’s abode.

2. The Lord, who left the heavens
our life and peace to bring,
to dwell in lowliness with men,
their Pattern and their King;

3. still to the lowly soul
he doth himself impart
and for his dwelling and his throne
chooseth the pure in heart.

4. Lord, we thy presence seek;
may ours this blessing be;
give us a pure and lowly heart,
a temple meet for thee.


Hymn A&M 336 Forth in thy Name, O Lord, I go

1. Forth in thy Name, O Lord, I go,
my daily labor to pursue;
thee, only thee, resolved to know
in all I think or speak or do.

2. The task thy wisdom hath assigned,
O let me cheerfully fulfill;
in all my works thy presence find,
and prove thy good and perfect will.

3. Thee may I set at my right hand,
whose eyes mine inmost substance see,
and labor on at thy command,
and offer all my works to thee.

4. Give me to bear thy easy yoke,
and every moment watch and pray,
and still to things eternal look,
and hasten to thy glorious day.

5. For thee delightfully employ
whate’er thy bounteous grace hath given;
and run my course with even joy,
and closely walk with thee to heaven.

Hymn A&M 337 Teach me, my God and King

1. Teach me, my God and King,
in all things thee to see,
and what I do in anything
to do it as for thee.

2. A man that looks on glass,
on it may stay his eye;
or if he pleaseth, through it pass,
and then the heaven espy.

3. All may of thee partake;
nothing can be so mean,
which with this tincture, “for thy sake,”
will not grow bright and clean.

4. A servant with this clause
makes drudgery divine:
who sweeps a room, as for thy laws,
makes that and the action fine.

5. This is the famous stone
that turneth all to gold;
for that which God doth touch and own
cannot for less be told.


Hymn A&M 338 Fair waved the golden corn
in Canaan’s pleasant land

1. Fair waved the golden corn
in Canaan’s pleasant land,
when full of joy, some shining morn,
went forth the reaper-band.

2. To God so good and great
their cheerful thanks they pour;
then carry to his temple-gate
the choicest of their store.

3. Like Israel, Lord, we give
our earliest fruits to thee,
and pray that, long as we shall live,
we may thy children be.

4. Thine is our youthful prime,
and life and all its powers;
be with us in our morning time,
and bless our evening hours.

5. In wisdom let us grow,
as years and strength are given,
that we may serve thy Church below,
and join thy saints in heaven.

Hymn A&M 339 Come, labour on

1. Come, labour on.
Who dares stand idle on the harvest plain,
while all around us waves the golden grain?
And to each servant does the Master say,
“Go work today.”

2. Come, labour on.
Away with gloomy doubts and faithless fear!
No arm so weak but may do service here:
by feeblest agents may our God fulfill
his righteous will.

3. Come, labour on.
No time for rest, till glows the western sky,
till the long shadows o’er our pathway lie,
and a glad sound comes with the setting sun.
“Servants, well done.”

4. Come, labour on.
The toil is pleasant, the reward is sure,
blessed are those who to the end endure;
how full their joy, how deep their rest shall be,
O Lord, with thee.


Hymn A&M 340 O GOD, before whose altar
The stars like tapers burn

1. O GOD, before whose altar
The stars like tapers burn,
At whose inscrutable decree
The planets wheel and turn,
Though earth and sea and heaven
unite thy praise to sing,
Man in his weakness yet may give
A worthier offering.

2. Those who give up life‘s bounty
To serve a race to be,
Whose bones lie white along the Trail
Which leads the world to thee:
Those who when fears beset them
Stand fast and fight and die,
Their unconsidered lives go up
Like incense to the sky.

3. All those oppressed or lonely
Or long at strife with pain,
Who face the darkness undismayed
And turn their loss to gain,
Those who with love and meekness
Outlast the years of wrong,
Their silent courage pleads to heaven
More eloquent than song.

4. O Lord, be ours the glory
Beyond all earthly fame,
Like those to conquer for thy sake
Despair and doubt and shame:
Till through a world made noble,
Through lands from sin set free,
The armies of the living God
Shall match to victory.

Hymn A&M 341 Lift up your hearts!” We lift them, Lord, to thee

1. “Lift up your hearts!” We lift them, Lord, to thee;
here at thy feet none other may we see;
“Lift up your hearts!” E’en so, with one accord,
We lift them up, we lift them to the Lord.

2. Above the level of the former years,
the mire of sin, the weight of guilty fears,
the mist of doubt, the blight of love’s decay,
O Lord of Light, lift all our hearts today!

3. Above the swamps of subterfuge and shame,
the deeds, the thoughts, that honour may not name,
the halting tongue that dares not tell the whole,
O lord of truth, lift every Christian soul!

4. Lift every gift that thou thyself hast given;
low lies the best till lifted up to heaven;
low lie the bounding heart, the teeming brain,
till, sent from God, they mount to God again.

5. Then, as the trumpet call, in after years,
“Lift up your hearts!” rings pealing in our ears,
still shall those hearts respond, with full accord
“We lift them up, we lift them to the Lord!”


Hymn A&M 342 Lord, it belongs not to my care
whether I die or live

1. Lord, it belongs not to my care
whether I die or live;
to love and serve thee is my share,
and this thy grace must give.

2. Christ leads me through no darker rooms
than he went through before;
he that unto God’s kingdom comes
must enter by this door.

3. Come, Lord, when grace hath made me meet
thy blessed face to see:
for if thy work on earth be sweet,
what will thy glory be!

4. Then I shall end my sad complaints
and weary sinful days,
and join with the triumphant saints
that sing my Savior’s praise.

5. My knowledge of that life is small,
the eye of faith is dim;
but ’tis enough that Christ knows all,
and I shall be with him.

Hymn A&M 343 Come, O thou Traveler unknown

1. Come, O thou Traveler unknown,
whom still I hold, but cannot see;
my company before is gone,
and I am left alone with thee,
with thee all night I mean to stay,
and wrestle till the break of day.

2. I need not tell thee who I am,
my misery or sin declare;
thyself hast called me by my name,
look on thy hands, and read it there.
But who, I ask thee, who art thou?
Tell me thy name, and tell me now.

3. In vain thou strugglest to get free;
i never will unloose my hold,
art thou the man that died for me?
the secret of thy love unfold:
wrestlingdew, i will not let go,
till i thy name, thy nature know.

4. Yield to me now, for I am weak
but confident in self-despair;
speak to my heart, in blessings speak,
be conquered by my instant prayer.
Speak, or thou never hence shalt move,
and tell me, if thy name is Love.

5. ‘Tis Love, ’tis Love! Thou diedst for me!
I hear thy whisper in my heart:
the morning breaks, the shadows flee.
Pure universal Love thou art;
to me, to all, thy mercies move,
thy nature and thy name is Love.


Hymn A&M 344 Hark, my soul, it is the Lord!
‘Tis thy Savior, hear his Word

1. Hark, my soul, it is the Lord!
‘Tis thy Savior, hear his Word;
Jesus speaks, and speaks to thee,
“Say, poor, sinner, lov’st thou me?”

2. “I delivered thee when bound,
and, when wounded, healed thy wound;
sought thee wandering, set thee right,
turned thy darkness into light.

3. “Can a woman’s tender care
cease toward the child she bare?
Yes, she may forgetful be,
yet will I remember thee.

4. “Mine is an unchanging love,
higher than the heights above,
deeper than the depths beneath,
free and faithful, strong as death.

5. “Thou shalt see my glory soon,
when the work of grace is done;
partner of my throne shalt be:
say, poor sinner, lov’st thou me?”

6. Lord, it is my chief complaint
that my love is weak and faint;
yet I love thee, and adore:
O for grace to love thee more!

Hymn A&M 345 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat

1. Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat,
where Jesus answers prayer;
there humbly fall before his feet,
for none can perish there.

2. Thy promise is my only plea,
with this I venture nigh:
thou callest burdened souls to thee,
and such, O Lord, am I.

3. Bowed down beneath a load of sin,
by Satan sorely pressed,
by war without and fears within,
I come to thee for rest.

4. Be thou my shield and hiding-place,
that, sheltered near thy side,
I may my fierce accuser face,
and tell him thou hast died.

5. O wondrous love, to bleed and die,
to bear the Cross and shame,
that guilty sinners, such as I,
might plead thy gracious Name!


Hymn A&M 346 Forever with the Lord!”
Amen; so let it be

1. “Forever with the Lord!”
Amen; so let it be;
life from the dead is in that word,
’tis immortality.
Here in the body pent,
absent from him I roam,
yet nightly pitch my moving tent
a day’s march nearer home.

2. My Father’s house on high,
home of the soul, how near!
At times to faith’s foreseeing eye
thy golden gates appear!
Ah! then my spirit faints,
to reach the land I love,
the bright inheritance of saints,
Jerusalem above.

3. “For ever with the Lord!”
Father, if ’tis thy will,
the promise of that faithful word
even here to me fulfill.
Be thou at my right hand,
then can I never fail;
uphold thou me, and I shall stand,
fight, and I must prevail.

4. So when my latest breath
shall rend the veil in twain,
by death, I shall escape from death,
and life eternal gain.
Knowing as I am known,
how shall I love that word,
and oft repeat before the throne,
“Forever with the Lord!”


Ancient and Modern (Anglican Hymns) A&M 301- 350


Hymn A&M 347 Jesus, these eyes have never seen
that radiant form of thine

1. Jesus, these eyes have never seen
that radiant form of thine;
the veil of sense hangs dark between
thy blessed face and mine.

2. I see thee not, I hear thee not,
yet art thou oft with me;
and earth hath ne’er so dear a spot
as where I meet with thee.

3. Yet, though I have not see, and still
must rest in faith alone;
I love thee, dearest Lord, and will,
unseen but not unknown.

4. When death these mortal eyes shall seal,
and still this throbbing heart,
the rending veil shall thee reveal
all glorious as thou art.

Hymn A&M 348 Art thou weary, art thou languid

1. Art thou weary, art thou languid,
art thou sore distressed?
“Come to Me,” saith One, “and coming,
be at rest. ”

2. Hath he marks to lead me to him,
if he be my guide?
In his feet and hands are wound prints
and his side.

3. Hath he diadem, as monarch,
that his brow adorns?
Yes, a crown in very surety,
but of thorns.

4. If I find him, if I follow,
what his guerdon here?
Many a sorrow, many a labor,
many a tear.

5. If I still hold closely to him,
what hath he at last?
Sorrow vanquished, labor ended,
Jordan passed.

6. If I ask him to receive me,
will he say me nay?
Not till earth and not till heaven
pass away.

7. Finding, following, keeping, struggling,
is He sure to bless?
Angels, martyrs, prophets, virgins,
answer, yes!

Hymn A&M 349 Just as I am, without one plea

1. Just as I am, without one plea,
but that thy blood was shed for me,
and that thou bidst me come to thee,
O Lamb of God, I come.

2. Just as I am, though tossed about
with many a conflict, many a doubt;
fightings and fears within, without,
O Lamb of God, I come.

3. Just as I am, poor, wretched, blind;
sight, riches, healing of the mind,
yea, all I need, in thee to find,
O Lamb of God, I come.

4. Just as I am, thou wilt receive;
wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve,
because thy promise I believe,
O Lamb of God, I come.

5. Just as I am, thy love unknown
has broken every barrier down;
now to be thine, yea, thine alone,
O Lamb of God, I come.

6. Just as I am, of that free love
the breadth, length, depth, and height to prove,
here for a season, then above:
O Lamb of God, I come.

Hymn A&M 350 Come unto me, ye weary,

1. “Come unto me, ye weary,
and I will give you rest.”
O blessed voice of Jesus,
which comes to hearts opprest!
It tells of benediction,
of pardon, grace and peace,
of joy that hath no ending,
of love which cannot cease.

2. “Come unto me, ye wanderers,
and I will give you light.”
O loving voice of Jesus,
which comes to cheer the night!
our hearts are filled with sadness,
and we had lost our way;
but he has brought us gladness
and songs the break of day.

3. “Come unto me, ye fainting,
and I will give you life.”
O cheering voice of Jesus,
which comes to aid our strife!
The foe is stern and eager,
the fight is fierce and long;
but thou hast made us mighty
and stronger than the strong.

4. “And whosoever cometh
I will not cast him out.”
O welcome voice of Jesus,
which drives away our doubt,
which calls us very sinners,
unworthy though we be,
of love so free and boundless,
to come, dear Lord, to thee.

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