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New Hymnal Time

Postby James » Fri Jun 15, 2018 1:55 pm

My church may be in a position to obtain a new hymnal in the near future.

Criteria include traditional hymns and a good mix of gospel hymns. New hymns of the 21st century.

Can any of you recommend any candidates?

I do not have any since I ran out of bookcase space in 2001 and new hymnals cost real money.

Any help will be appreciated.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Fri Jun 15, 2018 3:22 pm

What is your church's current hymnal, and how would you rate it in terms of meeting the church's needs and fitting with the church's tastes?
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Rvaughn » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:15 pm

One of the recent song books I've been most impressed with is Songs of Faith by Double Oak Press of Mars Hill, North Carolina. A good mix of old church songs (traditional) and gospel songs. Nice print job, nicely bound. Since it was published at the end of the 20th century, though, it won't have any 21st century tunes. (Don't know how the price compares to other hymnals; possibly a little high.)
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby James » Sat Jun 16, 2018 4:57 pm

Thanks for the responses. Our current hymnal is the 1991 Baptist Hymnal from Broadman Press. It is a little dated. Some of its editing for political correctness is a little clumsy.

Celebrating Grace is a candidate but is heavier than the '91 hymnal which is almost too heavy for some of our senior members and it misses out on some of the newest hymns which address 21st c. issues.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:21 pm

Have you contacted First Congregational of Houston (I think it is) to see if it might be feasible to do a locally adapted edition of their Hymns of Truth and Light. I remain convinced that each church should have its own hymnal. BTW, Hymnary.org only has the first 200 hymns listed. There are many more.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:38 am

Here's the link I wanted to share: [url]Hymns flight.com[/url]
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Re: New Hymnal Time

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Haruo wrote:Here's the link I wanted to share: http://Hymnsoftruthandlight.com
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Chris » Sat Jun 23, 2018 1:36 pm

James wrote:Celebrating Grace is a candidate but is heavier than the '91 hymnal which is almost too heavy for some of our senior members and it misses out on some of the newest hymns which address 21st c. issues.


Dont get Celebrating Grace. About 200 hymns familiar to your aging members won't be in it. That means they will never hear some of their (and my) favorite hymns again.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Chris » Sat Jun 23, 2018 1:38 pm

1975 Baptist Hymnal is as good as it gets.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:52 am

The 1975 hymnals were all uniformly devoid of 21st-century hymns, though. I really think you ought to look at the option of a customized local hymnal. One that meets your foreseeable wants and needs.

I'm interested in knowing what sort of 21st-century hymns you're thinking of. Can you give four or five first lines, or name authors?
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Lamar Wadsworth » Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:33 pm

A good friend of mine, the late Max Lyall, was on the committee that produced the 1991 Baptist Hymnal. Max told me that one of the well known preachers on the committee didn't want any tunes in a minor key and only wanted happy upbeat tunes.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sun Jul 01, 2018 6:27 pm

One of the very recent hymnals (2015) I've been looking through recently is Hymns of Grace. It has quite a few 21st-century hymns, largely but by no means exclusively Getty Hymns. Keith Getty is listed 40 times; Mark Rice maybe 30 times; Philip Webb 8 times; R. C. Sproul twice; here's their FAQ PDF. You might look through a few recent hymnals and see which of the items in them are not familiar to you are nonetheless worth getting to know. I like a lot of the stuff in the 2012 RLDS ("Community of Christ") Community of Christ Sings
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sun Jul 01, 2018 6:35 pm

Chris wrote:
James wrote:Celebrating Grace is a candidate but is heavier than the '91 hymnal which is almost too heavy for some of our senior members and it misses out on some of the newest hymns which address 21st c. issues.


Dont get Celebrating Grace. About 200 hymns familiar to your aging members won't be in it. That means they will never hear some of their (and my) favorite hymns again.

Here's a list of some of the offending absences from a long-ago post of Chris's:
Love is the Theme; Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned; Tell Me the Stories of Jesus; There is Power in the Blood; Are You Washed in the Blood; Blessed Redeemer; Behold the Lamb; One Day; The King is Coming; Jesus is the Sweetest Name I Know; Take the Name of Jesus With You; There is Something About that Name; I Know that My Redeemer Liveth; Let Others See Jesus in You; Send the Light; Rise Up oh Men of God; Make Me a Blessing; Serve the Lord with Gladness; Room at the Cross; Leeeeettttt Jesus Come Into Your Heart; Jesus is Tenderly Calling Today; Where He Leads Me; Jesus I Come {Out of My Bondage}; Rock of Ages; Saved Saved; Just a Closer Walk with Thee; Send a Great Revival; Revive Us Again; There Shall Be Showers of Blessing; Pentecostal Power; Only Believe; Faith is the Victory; I'd Rather Have Jesus; Something for Thee; Nearer My God to Thee; Living for Jesus; Heaven Came Down; The Way of the Cross Leads Home; Oh That will be Glory for Me; Ring the Bells of Heaven; Lord I'm Coming Home; Praise Him all ye Little Children; God Give Us Christian Homes.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby James » Sun Jul 01, 2018 10:26 pm

Thanks for all the suggestions. the new hymnal has been put on the back burner for new while we deal with other issues. I'll keep you posted.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Sat Jul 07, 2018 7:20 pm

Another very interesting recent acquisition is Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, 2012, from a publisher called Sumphonia. It's in Aikin shapenotes, but is atypically eclectic, including for example songs by Carl Daw and Brian Wren.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Rvaughn » Sun Jul 08, 2018 5:49 pm

Haruo wrote:Another very interesting recent acquisition is Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, 2012, from a publisher called Sumphonia. It's in Aikin shapenotes, but is atypically eclectic, including for example songs by Carl Daw and Brian Wren.
Leland, any idea who are publisher and/or editors of this hymnal? Just curious, I've not heard of it before.

Not a recommendation, since I don't have enough familiarity with it, but I have followed with some interest the development of Hymns to the Living God by Religious Affections Ministries. One interesting feature is that not only is it a print hymnal, but you can also download in PDF format a song, songs, or the entire hymnal!
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21st-century hymnals

Postby Haruo » Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:45 am

Yes, Hymns to the Living God is an interesting hymnal. It's on the small side, so anyone will readily compile their own like the one that Chris did for Celebrating Grace. It has a few unusual older songs (Moravian, I think some is) that I would be happy to see in a larger, more eclectic collection, and also a few 21st century hymns (though not, as I recall, any of those that appear in Hymns of Grace or Celebrating Grace or Community of Christ Sings, nor the Caroline Winfrey Gillette hymns we sometimes sing in Sunday morning worship at Fremont. I'm guessing they are the work of friends and colleagues, perhaps students or congregants, of the editor's. (Robert may know more on this subject.)

As for HPSS2015, as we Hymnary.org editors lovingly refer to Hymns, Psalms, and Spiritual Songs, 2015, from Sumphonia, it appears to be a Churches of Christ compilation, and it appears to have been selected by a rather open, democratic method, to judge by the editors' statement on the subject. I'm hoping to be in touch with its editors at some point, and will relay any pertinent stuff.

A couple of other, very different from each other, 21st century hymnals that come to mind are Hendrickson's 2006 Christian Life Hymnal and the PCUSA's Glory to God: The Presbyterian Hymnal Christian Life is pretty traditional, with little material from the last fifty years and basically nothing one could call 21st-century hymns. Glory to God, on the other hand, has lots of recent material, mostly similar in type if not in detail to the recent material in Celebrating Grace and/or Community of Christ Sings.
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21st Century Hymnody: What?

Postby Haruo » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:18 am

Each of the hymnals mentioned in my previous post shares a certain amount of core repertoire with all the others, but each also has a lot of material not found in most, or even any, of the others. In particular, I think that except perhaps for a bit of overlap between Celebrating Grace and Community of Christ Sings (and Glory to God), there is no shared 21st-century hymnody. Even though the new hymnal project has been placed on the back burner for the time being, I'm still interested in what specific hymns the term "21-century hymns" suggests to James and to each of you. If it weren't for the surely prohibitive royalties involved, I'd think it both interesting and useful to compile a hymnal in which none of the hymns was dated earlier than 2000. It ought at least to be possible to compile an online database pointing to such material eclectically. I have no doubt other denominations have material to contribute, and probably lots of nondenominational sources to boot. The United Methodists intend to have a new hymnal ready for the church's imprimatur in 2024 (very recently pushed back from 2020).
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Mon Jul 09, 2018 2:44 pm

I just filtered the hymnary.org database, and if I counted correctly, it has just over 150 publications (hymnals, other book/booklets of hymns, and a very few electronic/online items published in 2000-2017 (none listed yet for this year). Some of those not yet mentioned might be worth looking at as a source of hymn texts, tunes, or arrangements, but I doubt if any would be a good fit for James's church as a pew hymnal.
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Re: 21st-century hymnals

Postby Rvaughn » Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:37 pm

Haruo wrote:Yes, Hymns to the Living God is an interesting hymnal. It's on the small side, so anyone will readily compile their own like the one that Chris did for Celebrating Grace. It has a few unusual older songs (Moravian, I think some is) that I would be happy to see in a larger, more eclectic collection, and also a few 21st century hymns (though not, as I recall, any of those that appear in Hymns of Grace or Celebrating Grace or Community of Christ Sings, nor the Caroline Winfrey Gillette hymns we sometimes sing in Sunday morning worship at Fremont. I'm guessing they are the work of friends and colleagues, perhaps students or congregants, of the editor's. (Robert may know more on this subject.)
No, I don't really know much more about it. I am acquainted with Scott Aniol because of seeing him once a year the annual Sacred Harp singing at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, where he is Associate Professor of Church Music and the seminary's leading representative at the singing. I noticed on Amazon that Ryan J. Martin is also an editor of Hymns to the Living God. He is pastor of First Baptist Church in Granite Falls, Minnesota. On the Religious Affections web site, I found an interesting explanation of the book's smaller size:
http://religiousaffections.org/articles/hymnody/how-many-songs-can-one-church-sing/
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Re: 21st-century hymnals

Postby Haruo » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:35 am

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Haruo wrote:Yes, Hymns to the Living God is an interesting hymnal. It's on the small side, so anyone will readily compile their own like the one that Chris did for Celebrating Grace. It has a few unusual older songs (Moravian, I think some are) that I would be happy to see in a larger, more eclectic collection, and also a few 21st century hymns (though not, as I recall, any of those that appear in Hymns of Grace or Celebrating Grace or Community of Christ Sings, nor the Caroline Winfrey Gillette hymns we sometimes sing in Sunday morning worship at Fremont. I'm guessing they are the work of friends and colleagues, perhaps students or congregants, of the editor's. (Robert may know more on this subject.)
No, I don't really know much more about it. I am acquainted with Scott Aniol because of seeing him once a year the annual Sacred Harp singing at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, where he is Associate Professor of Church Music and the seminary's leading representative at the singing. I noticed on Amazon that Ryan J. Martin is also an editor of Hymns to the Living God. He is pastor of First Baptist Church in Granite Falls, Minnesota. On the Religious Affections web site, I found an interesting explanation of the book's smaller size:
http://religiousaffections.org/articles/hymnody/how-many-songs-can-one-church-sing/

Yes, that is one explanation/justification for a smallish hymnal. I am a proponent of the opposite, overabundant approach. I'd aim for a thousand before I'd aim for 150. And I would never try to get a church to sing the same ten songs every quarter, which is more or less what he's preaching. It's like if God had limited himself to Genesis 1-20, Exodus 1-20, Leviticus 17, 10 selected Psalms, Isaiah 6 and 52-53, Jonah 2-3, Matthew 1-5, and The Lord's Prayer (a separate little book like Manasseh), Luke 1-5, John, Romans 1-8, 2 Timothy, 1 John, Jude and Revelation and called it sufficient. At Fremont we normally sing five songs or so each morning service (and if you stay in the sanctuary for another 15-20 minutes after the service instead of heading immediately to coffee hour, there're usually another three or four songs. Very little is repeated in the course of the year, apart from the Doxology (and even that isn't static). So we would exceed the scope of the book if we tried to use Hymns to the Living God. The main problem I see in a large hymnal is the weight on disabled and aging worshipers' arms and wrists, and with a bit of care that can be obviated by projecting words and music on a screen or wall.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Tue Jul 10, 2018 12:39 pm

Here, fwiw, is the list from Hymnary.org's database for 2000-2009. The asterisks indicate an item I own. I will highlight items I think might be worth looking at for purposes of informing a pew-hymnal-creation project. This is not meant to disparage the value of other items; it may be that I simply don't know (or don't remember) that a particular item has particularly interesting stuff in it. Or it may mean that there's interesting stuff but I am guessing it would be too esoteric for most churches.

If I Could Visit Bethlehem
Global Praise 2: Songs for Worship and Witness
World Praise 2: Songs and Hymns for a New Millennium
Sound the Bamboo: CCA Hymnal 2000
Caribbean Praise
* Rejoice in God: the K. Lee Scott Hymnary
Common Praise: A new edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern
Complete Mission Praise
Church Hymnal, Fifth Edition [Church of Ireland]
Gifts of Love: new hymns for today's worship
* The Alfred Burt Christmas Carols Song Album
* Christmas Favorites
* Borning Cry, Second Edition, Volume I
* Shaping Sanctuary: proclaiming God's grace in an inclusive church
Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New
* The Faith We Sing
An Eclectic Harmony. II
* 찬송과 예배 = Come, Let Us Worship: the Korean-English PC/UMC hymnal ...
United in Faith and Song: Hymns and Songs in Vietnamese and English
* African American Heritage Hymnal
* Adoru: ekumena diserva libro
Glaubenslieder
* The New National Baptist Hymnal (21st Century Edition)
* The 21st Century Hymnal (a nondenominational repackaging of the previous item)
* Songs for the World: Hymns by Charles Wesley
Les Chants du Pèlerin
Singing Our Faith: a hymnal for young Catholics
Protestant Madagascar Hymnal, 2001
* The New Harp of Columbia, Restored Edition
Shinseika [新聖歌]
* Oberlin Harmony
Sing! A New Creation
* Mir Vam!: Peace be with You: collection of hymns for the Russian UMC)
* Rock of Ages A Worship and Songbook for Retirement Living
The Definitive Hymn Collection: 218 multi-denominational hymns
The complete & unaltered text of Ps. 119 from the KJB in the form of Musical Settings
* Cantos de Alabanza y Adoración (Edición Letra)
The Song Lingers On: new hymns for our journey of faith
Sing the Faith
* The Norumbega Harmony: … from the New England Singing School Tradition
Agape: Songs of Hope and Reconciliation
Tenemos Esperanza/Temos Esperança/We Have Hope
* Voices Found
* The Saint Michael Hymnal: A ... Missal and Hymnal for ... Sung Mass …
* Nyimbo za Imani Yetu
* JourneySongs Second Edition
Iona Abbey Music Book: songs from the Iona Abbey Worship Book
Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition
Water from the Rock
Global Praise 3: More Songs for Worship and Witness
* Songs for Suffering Saints: Thirty-two original hymns set to existing tunes
The Missouri Harmony or a choice collection of psalm tunes, hymns, and anthems
A Taste of Heaven's Joys
Ẹ Kọrin S'Oluwa (Sing to the Lord): Fifty Indigenous Christian Hymns from Nigeria
Sing Praise to God: the Hymntunes of Iam Kellam
Church Hymnary (4th ed.) [Church of Scotland]
* One Faith, Una Voz
* Cousins' Christmas Carol Collection 2005
* The "Connexion" + Ingalls’ The Christian Harmony, Bicentennial Edition
Sing With Me
Lutheran Service Book
Njalo (Always): A Collection of 16 Hymns in the African Tradition
When Dawn Breaks: Hymns from Brazil
* Evangelical Lutheran Worship
Break Forth in Joyous Song: a collection of hymns and liturgical songs
* The Christian Life Hymnal
* Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley
* Canticle, the Franciscan University Hymnal
* The Book of Hymns (A fresh anthology of favourite hymns)
* Cousins' Christmas Carol Collection, revised 2006 edition
New English Praise: a supplement to the New English Hymnal
Christian Classics Ethereal Hymnary (online)
Worship Supplement 2000
More Voices
* Hymns for a Pilgrim People: a congregational hymnal
* Zion still Sings
* Hymns for Worship (Supplement)
Scripture Song Database
* Baptist Hymnal 2008
* Worship and Rejoice
* Singing the New Testament
For Everyone Born: Global Songs for an Emerging Church
* Blessed Assurance: Hymns of Fanny J. Crosby
* Christian Science Hymnal Supplement: hymns 430-462
* Tower Songs (local Presbyterian)
Christian Worship: supplement
* Matu Christian Hymnal (Hakha Chin/Burmese)
* Upper Room Worshipbook Music and Liturgies for Spiritual Formation
Contemporary Songs for Worship
Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.)
AGO Founders Hymnal
CICW Psalter
Sing to the Lord: the Paul Manz Hymnary
* Songs of Grace: new hymns for God and neighbor
* An American Christmas Harp
* Espero Katolika, Numero 1-3/2009 (Kantoj post Adoru)
* TTT-Himnaro Cigneta (online)
* Gesangbuch der Evangelisch-Methodistischen Kirche
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Haruo » Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:14 pm

Two new acquisitions today: Trinity Hymnal (1990), which I have wanted pretty much ever since I started collecting hymnals, and the brand-new Trinity Psalter Hymnal (2018), both from Great Commission Publications. The former is a joint publication of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Church in America; the latter, of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the United Reformed Churches in North America. There is also a Baptist edition of the Trinity Hymnal; I would be willing to pay $30 for it, but the cheapest one I can find is almost $50, so I remain without it.
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Re: New Hymnal Time

Postby Rvaughn » Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:58 am

Haruo wrote:...I'd aim for a thousand before I'd aim for 150...The main problem I see in a large hymnal is the weight on disabled and aging worshipers' arms and wrists, and with a bit of care that can be obviated by projecting words and music on a screen or wall.
I'm not a fan of songs on a screen vs. a hymnal, but I have no experience with any church that has actually projected words and music (and I have very little experience with "off the wall" singing, period). Projecting words and music would solve part of what I dislike about it. The Paperless Hymnal even provides the music in shape notes! (I think it is a churches of Christ project.) I don't like extra large hymnals -- I would see 1000 as much too bulky and bundlesome, but 150-200 is definitely too small a repertoire. That said, it would probably suffice for many congregations I know of. They may not sing more than 50 different songs in a year (perhaps in a lifetime!). It can be hard to strike a right balance between singing old songs people know and love, and adding new and less familiar songs that they don't know or don't know well. The church I grew up in was full of (seven)shape note music readers and had little problem picking up and singing any new song in their book (on first try). The church I now pastor, not so much.
Haruo wrote:There is also a Baptist edition of the Trinity Hymnal; I would be willing to pay $30 for it, but the cheapest one I can find is almost $50, so I remain without it.
This web site has a purported Order Form for the Baptist Edition of the Trinity Hymnal at $18.50 each from the Grace Immanuel Reformed Baptist Church. I recommend that you be cautious and check it out carefully, but the church and site looks legit.
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Top 500 Baptist Hymns

Postby Haruo » Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:05 pm

This is a list of the top 514 hymns, in terms of the number of hymnals that they appear in among a set of somewhere between (I think) a dozen and two dozen Baptist hymnals. I made the list in 2012 or so, and can no longer find the list of hymnals involved (it may have been on a now-dead hard drive), but I know it included all official SBC hymnals from Broadman to 2008, the one from the 1880s that Doane edited, Celebrating Grace, Christian Worship 1941, and Hymnbook for Christian Worship (1970), and some others. It probably didn't have much or any Primitive Baptist input.

In the following list, the number on the left is the hymn's approximate order among the 514 hymns in terms of frequency of inclusion. Then follows the first line in alphabetical order, and then the tune name (or names):

283 A charge to keep I have Boylston
1 A mighty fortress is our God Ein' feste Burg
236 A pilgrim was I and a-wandering Surely Goodness and Mercyaka Goodness
475 A ruler once came to Jesus by night Born Again
159 A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord He Hideth My Soul
2 Abide with me fast falls the eventide Eventide
3 Alas and did my Savior bleed and did my sovereign Hudson
112 Alas and did my Savior bleed and did my sovereign Martyrdom= Avon
57 All creatures of our God and King Lasst uns erfreuen
340 All for Jesus all for Jesus all my beings Constancy
47 All glory laud and honor to thee St Theodulph
4 All hail the power of Jesus' name Coronation
58 All hail the power of Jesus' name Diadem
284 All hail the power of Jesus' name Miles Lane
326 All my life long I had panted for a drink from Satisfied
59 All people that on earth do dwell Old 100th
267 All praise to him who reigns above Blessed Name= Blessed Be the Name
505 All praise to thee for thou O King divine Sine Nomine
60 All the way my Savior leads me All the Way
113 All to Jesus I surrender all to him I freely give Surrender
237 Alleluia alleluia alleluia alleluia Alleluia (Sinclair)
341 Alleluia Sing to Jesus Hyfrydol
383 Almost persuaded now to believe Almost
114 Am I a soldier of the cross a follower of the Lamb Arlington
5 Amazing grace how sweet the sound that New Britain
238 And can it be that I should gain an interest Sagina
6 Angels from the realms of glory Regent Square
82 Angels we have heard on high Gloria
307 Are ye able said the master Beacon Hill
482 Are you weary are you heavy-hearted Dayton= Tell It to Jesus
220 As with gladness men of old Dix
451 Ask ye what great thing I know Hendon
61 Away in a manger no crib for a bed Mueller
327 Away in a manger no crib for a bed Cradle Song
95 Be not dismayed, whate'er betide God Cares
56 Be still my soul, the Lord is on thy side Finlandia
160 Be thou my vision O Lord of my heart Slane
7 Beneath the cross of Jesus St Christopher
342 Beyond the sunset O blissful morning Sunset= Brock
246 Bless the Lord O my soul Bless His Holy Name= Bless the Lord (Crouch)
8 Blessed assurance Jesus is mine Assurance
452 Blessed Savior we adore thee Glorious Name
9 Blest be the tie that binds Dennis
10 Break thou the bread of life Bread of Life
48 Breathe on me breath of God Trentham
446 Brethren we have met to worship Holy Manna
490 Bring ye all the tithes Giving
506 Child in the manger, infant of Mary Bunessan
285 Children of the heavenly Father Tryggare kan ingen vara
256 Christ has for sin atonement made Benton HarborWhat a Wonderful Saviour
424 Christ is made the sure foundation Regent Square
11 Christ the Lord is risen today Easter Hymn
476 Come all Christians be committed Beach Spring
425 Come as a wisdom to children Come, Holy Spirit
286 Come Christians join to sing Madrid
115 Come every soul by sin oppressed Minerva (Stockton)= Only Trust Him
357 Come Holy Spirit Dove divine Maryton
12 Come thou almighty King Italian Hymn
13 Come thou fount of every blessing Nettleton
507 Come thou fount of every blessing Warrenton
221 Come thou long-expected Jesus Hyfrydol
14 Come we that love the Lord Marching to Zion
343 Come we that love the Lord St Thomas
384 Come ye faithful raise the strain St Kevin
354 Come ye sinners poor and needy Ariseaka Restoration
15 Come ye thankful people come St George's Windsor
308 Come, ye disconsolate whereer ye languish Consolator
508 Coming now to thee O Christ my Lord Travis Avenue
62 Crown him with many crowns Diademata
287 Day by day and with each passing Blott en dag
309 Day is dying in the west Chautauqua= Evening Praise
426 Days are filled with sorrow and care Burdens Lifted
116 Dear Lord and Father of mankind Rest= Rest (Elton) = Whittier (Rest) = Elton
371 Deep in my heart theres a gladness Ketchum
344 Does Jesus care when my heart is pained My Savior Cares
63 Down at the cross where my Savior died Glory to His Name
222 Dying with Jesus by death reckoned mine Whittle
345 Earthly friends may prove untrue Jesus Never Fails
346 Earthly pleasures vainly call me Spring Hill
295 Emmanuel Emmanuel McGee
223 Encamped along the hills of light Faith Is the Victoryaka Sankey
224 Eternal Father strong to save Melita
427 Every time I feel the Spirit Feel the Spirit
204 Face to face with Christ my Savior Face to Face
117 Fairest Lord Jesus Crusaders' Hymn= St E;lizabeth = Ajalon? = Schönster Herr Jesu – see CLH for comparison
16 Faith of our fathers living still St Catherine
403 Faith of our mothers living still St Catherine
268 Far away in the depths of my spirit tonight Wonderful Peace (Cooper)cf Coming to Jesus...
328 Far dearer than all that the world can impart Calvary Covers It All= Calvary Covers It
296 Father I adore you Lay my life before you Maranatha
428 Fear not little flock Only Believe
147 For all the saints who from their labors rest Sine Nomine
64 For the beauty of the earth Dix
453 Free from the law O happy condition Once for All
491 Gentle Mary laid her child Tempus Adest Floridum
429 Give me a clean heart (Douroux)
247 Give of your best to the master Barnard
430 Glorious is your name O Jesus Glorious is Your Name
96 Glorious things of thee are spoken Austria
118 Glory be to the Father Greatorex
205 Glory be to the Father Meineke
477 Go to dark Gethsemane Redhead 76aka Gethsemane, Rehead...
97 Go, tell it on the mountain Go Tell It
187 God be with you till we meet again God be with you
492 God give us Christian homes Christian Home
404 God is so good God is so good God Is So Good
206 God of grace and God of glory Cwm Rhondda
17 God of our fathers whose almighty hand National Hymn
454 God our Father we adore thee Beecher
225 God sent his Son they called him Jesus Resurrection
310 God so loved the world Stainer
257 God the omnipotent King who Russian Hymn= Russia = Russian Anthem
161 Good Christian men rejoice with In Dulci Jubilo
49 Great is thy Faithfulness Faithfulness
509 Great Redeemer we adore thee Redentore
83 Guide me O thou great Jehovah Cwm Rhondda
311 Guide me O thou great Jehovah Zion
385 Happy the home when God is there St Agnes
18 Hark the herald angels sing Mendelssohn
466 Hark the voice of Jesus calling Ellesdie
455 Have faith in God when your pathway is lonely Muskogee
65 Have thine own way Lord have thine own Adelaide
269 Have you any room for Jesus Any Room= Room for Jesus
207 Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power Washed in the Blood
456 Have you failed in your plan Lubbock
329 He giveth more grace when the burdens grow greater He Giveth More Grace CyberHymnal suggests Blacklands
248 He is Lord He is Lord He Is Lord
66 He leadeth me O blessed thought He Leadeth Me
405 He's got the whole world in his hand Whole World
167 Hear our prayer O Lord hear our prayer Whelpton
460 Here at thy table Lord this Bread of Life
239 His name is Wonderful Mieir= His Name Is Wonderful
208 Holy Bible book divine Aletta
249 Holy Ghost with light divine Mercy= Gottschalk
258 Holy God, we praise thy name Grosser Gott
312 Holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy Holy, Holy
19 Holy holy holy Lord God almighty Nicaea
431 Holy holy holy Lord God of hosts Chautauqua (ref.)
447 Holy Spirit breathe on me Truett= Breathe on Me
297 Hosanna loud hosanna the little children sang Ellacombe
270 Hover oer me Holy Spirit Fill Me Now= Swenwy
250 How can I say thanks for the things My Tribute
50 How firm a foundation Foundation
330 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds St Peter
493 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds Ortonville
448 I am resolved no longer Resolution
461 I am satisfied with Jesus Routh
251 I am so glad that our Father in heaven Gladness
494 I am so happy in Christ today Sewell
20 I am thine O Lord I have heard thy voice I Am Thine
271 I am trusting thee Lord Jesus trusting only Bullinger
106 I am weak but thou art strong Jesus keep me Closer Walk
84 I can hear my Savior calling Norris
51 I come to the garden alone while the dew Garden
432 I dont know about tomorrow I Know
136 I gave my life for thee my precious blood I shed Kenosis= Bliss
188 I have a Savior, he's pleading in glory Intercession= (I Am) Praying for You
209 I have a song I love to sing since I have been Othello
193 I have a song that Jesus gave me Heart Melody
168 I have decided to follow Jesus Assam
277 I have found a friend in Jesus Salvationist
119 I hear the Savior say thy strength indeed All to Christ
483 I hear thy welcome voice Welcome Voice
226 I heard an old old story how a Savior came Hartford
288 I heard the bells on Christmas Day Waltham
406 I heard the voice of Jesus say Vox Dilecti
407 I know a fount where sins are washed away I Know a Fount
210 I know not why Gods wondrous grace El Nathan
358 I know that my Redeemer liveth Hannah
457 I love thee I love thee I love thee my Lord I Love Thee
120 I love thy kingdom Lord St Thomas
21 I love to tell the story of unseen things above Hankey
372 I love you Lord and I lift my voice I Love You Lord
362 I must needs go home by the way of the cross Way of the Cross= The Way of the Cross
107 I must tell Jesus all of my trials Orwigsburg= Hoffman
22 I need thee every hour most gracious Lord Need
449 I saw the cross of Jesus Whitfield
85 I serve a risen Savior, he's in the world today Ackley
495 I sing the mighty power of God Forest Green
211 I stand amazed in the presence My Savior's Love
313 I want Jesus to walk with me Walk with Me
200 I was sinking deep in sin far from the peaceful Safety
278 I will sing of my Redeemer and his wondrous My Redeemer
408 I will sing of the mercies of the Lord forever Merciesaka</I> Fillmore
162 I will sing the wondrous story of the Christ Wondrous Story
484 I will sing the wondrous story of the Christ Hyfrydol
314 I would be true for there are those Peek
409 I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus Weigle
252 I'd rather have Jesus than silver or gold I'd Rather Have Jesus
386 I'll tell the world that I'm a Christian Tucker
67 I'm pressing on the upward way Higher Ground
387 I'm so glad I'm a part of the family of God Family of God
410 I'm so glad Jesus lifted me Jesus Lifted Me aka I'm So Glad
364 I've found a friend O such a friend Friend= Small
281 I've found a friend who is all to me Scholfield aka Rapture, Friend
240 I've got peace like a river I've got peace Peace Like a River
412 I've seen the lightning flashing Never Alone
227 I've wandered far away from God Coming Home= Lord, I'm Coming Home
298 If thou but suffer God to guide thee Neumark= Wer nur den lieben Gott
289 If you are tired of the load of your sin McConnelsville= Morris
212 Immortal invisible God only wise St Denio= Joanna
148 In Christ there is no east or west in him no south or north St Peter
137 In loving kindness Jesus came my soul or loving-kindness He Lifted Me
388 In my life Lord be glorified be glorified Be Glorified
373 In remembrance of me eat this bread Red
194 In shady green pastures so rich and so God Leads Us
68 In the cross of Christ I glory Rathbun
510 In the lightning flash across the sky Forest Park
411 In the stars his handiwork I see Woodland Hills
315 In times like these you need a Savior In Times Like Thesesupervisorb: aka Times Like These
363 Infant holy infant lowly for his bed a cattle W Zlobie Lezy
462 Is your life a channel of blessing Euclid
23 It came upon the midnight clear Carol
389 It may be at morn when the day is awaking Christ Returneth
433 It may be in the valley where countless dangers hide If Jesus Goes
272 It may not be on the mountains height I'll Go= I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go
259 It only takes a spark to get a fire going Pass It On
69 Jesus calls us oer the tumult of our lifes Galilee
478 Jesus Christ is risen today Llanfair
347 Jesus I am resting resting in the joy of what Tranquility= "Tranquillity" = Resting
299 Jesus I my cross have taken Ellesdie
138 Jesus is all the world to me my life my joy Elizabeth
228 Jesus is coming to earth again Second Coming= What If It Were Today?
485 Jesus is Savior and Lord of my life Lordship of Christ
86 Jesus is tenderly calling you home Calling Today
195 Jesus Jesus Jesus Theres just something That Name
24 Jesus keep me near the cross Near the Cross
213 Jesus lover of my soul Martyn
316 Jesus lover of my soul Aberystwyth
121 Jesus loves me this I know Jesus Loves Me= China
374 Jesus loves the little children Children
434 Jesus may come today Glad day Glad day Crowning Day= Glad Day = Is It the Crowning Day?
241 Jesus my Lord will love me forever Ellsworth
348 Jesus priceless treasure Jesu, meine Freude
317 Jesus savior pilot me Pilot
25 Jesus shall reign whereer the sun Duke Street
122 Jesus the very thought of thee St Agnes
300 Jesus thou joy of loving hearts Quebec= Hesperus
435 Jesus thy blood and righteousness Germany= Gardiner
496 Jesus thy boundless love to me St Catherine
229 Jesus what a friend for sinners Hyfrydol= Our Great Saviour
436 Join all the glorious names Darwall
70 Joy to the world the Lord is come Antioch
52 Joyful joyful we adore thee Hymn to Joy
189 Joys are flowing like a river since the Comforter Blessed Quietness
26 Just as I am without one plea Woodworth
290 Just when I need him Jesus is nearor when I need him most Gabriel
108 King of my life I crown thee now Duncannon
390 Lead me Lord lead me in thy Lead Me, Lord
71 Lead on O King eternal Lancashire
291 Let all mortal flesh keep silence Picardy
497 Let all the world in every corner sing All the World
437 Let it breathe on me Breathe on Me
98 Let us break bread together on our knees Let Us Break Bread
413 Lets just praise the Lord Let's Just Praise the Lord (ref.)
375 Lift every voice and sing Lift Every Voice
242 Lift high the cross the love of Christ Crucifer
376 Lift up your heads ye mighty gates Truro
163 Like a river glorious Wye Valley
260 Like the woman at the well I was seeking Fill My Cup
139 Living for Jesus a life that is true Living aka Living for Jesus
391 Lo he comes with clouds descending Regent Square
301 Lo how a rose eer blooming Es ist ein Ros'
498 Lord as of old at Pentecost Old-Time Power
331 Lord dismiss us with thy blessing Sicilian Mariners
414 Lord I hear of showers of blessing Even Me
230 Lord I want to be a Christian I Want to Be a Christian= Lord, I Want to Be a Christian
282 Lord Jesus I long to be perfectly whole Fischer
470 Lord lay some soul upon my heart Leila
231 Lord speak to me that I may speak Canonbury
499 Lord the light of your love Shine, Jesus, Shine
27 Love divine all loves excelling Beecher
261 Love divine so great and wondrous Pearly Gates
243 Loved with everlasting love Everlasting Love
72 Low in the grave he lay Christ Arose
359 Majestic sweetness sits enthroned Ortonville
377 Majesty worship His majesty Majesty
201 Man of sorrows what a name Hallelujah! What a Savior= Man of Sorrows
214 Marvelous grace of our loving Lord Moody= Grace
196 Marvelous message we bring Coming Again
415 May the mind of Christ my Savior St Leonards
53 Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming Battle Hymn
99 More about Jesus would I know Sweney
28 More love to thee O Christ More Love to Thee
365 Morning has broken Bunessan
123 Must Jesus bear the cross alone Maitland
124 My country tis of thee America
169 My faith has found a resting place not in Landås= No Other Place = Norse Air = No Other Plea
73 My faith looks up to thee Thou lamb of Olivet
262 My Father is omnipotent and that you cant deny Montrose
170 My Father is rich in houses and land Binghamptonor Binghamton
29 My hope is built on nothing less Solid Rock
273 My hope is in the Lord who gave himself Wakefield
74 My Jesus I love thee Gordon
171 My life my love I give to thee Dunbar
438 My Lord what a morning Stars Fall= Burleigh
378 My soul in sad exile was out on lifes sea Good Ship
87 Nearer my God to thee Bethany
253 Nearer still nearer close to thy heart Morris
511 No not despairingly come I to thee Kedron
332 No one understands like Jesus Arizona (Peterson)= No One Understands
416 Nothing between my soul and the Savior Nothing Between
140 Now thank we all our God Nun danket
318 Now the day is over Merrial
30 O beautiful for spacious skies Materna
31 O come all ye faithful Adeste Fideles
100 O come, O come, Emmanuel Veni Emmanuel
319 O could I speak the matchless worth Ariel
32 O for a thousand tongues to sing Azmon
463 O for a thousand tongues to sing Blessed Name
417 O give us homes built firm Finlandia
512 O God of might O Son of light Surabaja
33 O God our help in ages past St Anne
141 O happy day that fixed my choice Happy Day
302 O how he loves you and me Patricia= Kaiser
142 O Jesus I have promised to serve thee to the end Angel's Story
500 O land of rest for thee I sigh O Land of Rest
34 O little town of Bethlehem St Louis
303 O Lord our Lord how majestic is How Majestic
101 O Lord, my God, when I in awesome wonder O store Gud
88 O love that wilt not let me go St Margaret
75 O master let me walk with thee Maryton
501 O my soul bless God the Father Stuttgart
179 O perfect love all human thought transcending Sandringham= O Perfect Love = Perfect Love
89 O sacred head now wounded Passion Chorale
244 O safe to the rock that is higher than I Hiding in Thee
153 O say can you see by the dawns early light National Anthem= (The) Star-Spangled Banner = Anacreontic Hymn = To Anacreon in Heaven
366 O sing a song of Bethlehem Kingsfold
292 O soul are you weary and troubled Lemmel
274 O spread the tidings round Comforter
320 O the deep deep love of Jesus Ebenezer
349 O to be like thee blessed Redeemer Rondinella
180 O what a wonderful wonderful day Heaven Came Down
181 O word of God incarnate O Wisdom Munich
76 O worship the king Lyons
143 O Zion haste thy mission high fulfilling= O Christians, haste... Tidings= Angelic Songs
304 Of the Fathers love begotten Divinum Mysterium
513 Of the themes that men have known Fisher
35 On a hill far away stood an old rugged Old Rugged Cross
164 On Jordans stormy banks I stand Promised Land
333 Once in royal Davids city Irby
263 Once to every man and nation Ebenezer= Ton-y-Botel
232 One day when heaven was filled with his One Day
125 Onward Christian soldiers marching as St Gertrude
126 Open my eyes that I may see Scott= Open My Eyes = Truth
254 Our Father which art in heaven hallowed Malotte
165 Out in the highways and byways of life Schuler
334 Out of ashes prayers are lifted Out of Ashes
172 Out of my bondage sorrow and night Jesus I Come
149 Pass me not O gentle Savior Pass Me Not
439 Peace perfect peace in this dark world of sin Pax Tecum
127 Praise God from whom all blessings flow Old 100th= Genevan 134
367 Praise him praise him all ye little children Bonner aka God Is Love, and uncredited (anonymous)
128 Praise Him praise Him Jesus our blessed redeemer Joyful Song
479 Praise my soul the King of heaven Andrews= Lauda Anima (Andrews)
467 Praise the Lord ye heavens adore Him Hyfrydol
335 Praise the name of Jesus Hicks
350 Praise the Savior ye who know him Acclaim
90 Praise to the Lord, the Almighty Lobe den Herren
351 Praise ye the Father for his loving kindness Flemming
109 Precious Lord take my hand Precious Lord
464 Purer in heart O God Purer in Heart
215 Redeemed how I love to proclaim it Redeemed
173 Rejoice, the Lord is King Darwall
36 Rejoice, ye pure in heart Marion
352 Renew thy church her ministries restore All Is Well
154 Rescue the perishing Rescue= Rescue the Perishing
486 Ring the bells of heaven Ring the Bells
336 Rise up O men of God Have done Festal Song
368 Rise up O men of God Have done St Thomas
54 Rock of Ages, cleft for me Toplady
77 Savior like a shepherd lead us Bradbury
102 Savior thy dying love Something for Thee
275 Search me O God and know my heart Maori= Maori Melody
379 Seek ye first the kingdom of God Lafferty= Seek Ye First
514 Send a revival O Christ my Lord Matthews
471 Serve the Lord with gladness Lee
264 Shackled by a heavy burden He Touched Me
355 Shall we gather at the river Hanson Place
37 Silent night, holy night Stille Nacht
216 Simply trusting every day Trusting Jesus= Simply Trusting
245 Sing praise to God who reigns above Mit Freuden zart
129 Sing the wondrous love of Jesus Heaven
38 Sing them over again to me Words of Life
458 Sinners Jesus will receive Neumeister
480 So precious is Jesus Precious to Me= For He Is So Precious
392 So send I you to labor unrewarded Toronto
39 Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling Thompson
321 Soldiers of Christ arise and put your Diademata
337 Some glad morning when this life is oer I'll Fly Away
418 Something beautiful something good Something Beautiful
380 Soon and very soon we are going to see Soon and Very Soon
450 Speak to my heart Lord Jesus Holcomb
103 Spirit of God, descend upon my heart Morecambe
130 Spirit of the Living God fall afresh on me Iverson= Living God
468 Stand up and bless the Lord St Michael SM aka Old 134th
78 Stand up stand up for Jesus Webb
369 Stand up stand up for Jesus Geibel
155 Standing on the promises of Christ my Promises= Carter
440 Steal away Steal away Steal away to Jesus Steal Away
190 Sun of my soul thou Savior dear Hursley
40 Sweet hour of prayer sweet hour of Sweet Hour
279 Sweetly Lord have we heard thee calling Footsteps
156 Take my life and let it be Hendon
472 Take my life and let it be Yarbrough
502 Take my life lead me Lord Langley
91 Take the name of Jesus with you Precious Name
150 Take time to be holy speak oft with thy Holiness= Longstaff
280 Take up thy cross and follow me Falls Creek
322 Tell me the old old story Evangel= Old Old Story = The Old Story
305 Tell me the stories of Jesus Stories of Jesus
202 Tell me the story of Jesus Story of Jesusaka Tell Me the Story of Jesus
419 Thank you Lord for saving my soul Sykes (ref.)= Thank You, Lord
191 The blood that Jesus shed for me The Blood
41 The church's one foundation is Jesus Christ her Lord Aurelia
182 The cross upon which Jesus died Room at the Cross aka Stanphill
393 The day of resurrection Earth tell it Lancashire
79 The first noel the angel did say The First Noel
360 The great Physician now is near Great Physician= Hunter
420 The joy of the Lord is my strength Joy (Vale)
394 The King of love my shepherd is see also "Such perfect love my shepherd shows" Dominus regit me
183 The Lord bless you and keep you Benediction= Lutkin
192 The Lord is in his holy temple The Lord Quam Dilecta
395 The Lord is my shepherd no want shall I know Poland
184 The Lord's my shepherd I'll not Crimond
198 The Lord's our rock in him we hide Shelter
487 The love of God is broader than Sullivan
265 The love of God is greater far God's Love aka Love of God
503 The master has come and he calls us Ash Grove
421 The name of Jesus is so sweet Name of Jesus
185 The Savior is waiting to enter your heart Carmichael
323 The strife is oer the battle done Victory=Palestrina
441 The vision of a dying world All Saints, New
396 The whole world was lost Light of the World
174 There is a balm in Gilead Balm in Gilead
131 There is a fountain fI'lled with blood Cleansing Fountain= Fountain
397 There is a green hill far away Green Hill
42 There is a name I love to hear O How I Love Jesus
132 There is a place of quiet rest McAfee
356 There is never a day so drearyThe Gipsy Smith Campaign Song New Orleans
175 There is sunshine in my soul today Sunshine
144 There shall be showers of blessing Showers of Blessing
157 There''s within my heart a melody Sweetest Name
217 There's a call comes ringing oer the McCabe
422 There's a garden where Jesus is waiting Garden of Prayer
203 There's a land that is fairer than day Sweet By and By
488 There's a royal banner Royal Banner
104 There's a sweet sweet Spirit in this place Manna
166 There's a wideness in Gods mercy Wellesley
110 There's not a friend like the lowly Jesus Harper Memorial= No, Not One
306 Thine is the glory risen conquering Sonfr: À toi la gloire, ô Ressuscité Maccabeus= Judas Maccabeus
92 This is my father's world Terra Beata
473 This is the day the Lord hath made He calls Arlington
324 This is the day This is the day that This Is the Day
338 Thou art worthy Thou art worthy Worthy
218 Thou didst leave thy throne and thy Margaret
176 Thou my everlasting portion Close to Thee
133 Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus Trust in Jesus= Trusting
93 To God be the glory! great things he hath done To God Be the Glory
465 Trials dark on every hand By and By
199 Under his wings I am safely abiding Hingham
293 Up Calvarys mountain one dreadful morn Redeemer
459 Walking in sunlight all of my journey Heavenly Sunlight
504 We are called to be Gods people Austria
325 We are climbing Jacobs Ladder Jacob's Ladder or Soldiers of the Cross
442 We are often tossed and drivenor We are tossed and driven By and By
294 We are one in the bond of love Bond of Loveaka Skillings
398 We are one in the Spirit we are one St Brendan's= They'll Know We Are Christians
399 We are standing on holy ground Holy Ground
55 We gather together Kremser
276 We give thee but thine own Schumann
489 We give thee but thine own St Andrew
94 We have heard the joyful sound Jesus Saves
134 We praise thee O God for the Son of Thy Love Revive Us Again
361 We praise thee O God our Redeemer Kremser
443 We shall overcome Martin aka We Shall Overcome
151 We three kings of orient are Kings of Orient= Three Kings of Orient
135 We've a story to tell to the nations Message= Sterne
105 Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Were You There
43 What a fellowship what a joy divine Showalter
44 What a friend we have in Jesus Converse
145 What a wonderful change in my life McDaniel
158 What can wash away my sin= my stain Plainfield= Nothing But the Blood
111 What child is this who laid to rest Greensleeves
233 What wondrous love is this O my soul Wondrous Love
234 When all my labors and trials are oer Glory Song
381 When I can read my title clear Pisgah
353 When I saw the cleansing fountain I Will Praise Him= Harris
45 When I survey the wondrous cross Hamburg
444 When Israel was in Egypt's land Tubman= Go Down, Moses
80 When morning gilds the skies Laudes Domini
46 When peace like a river attendeth my way Ville du Havre
219 When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound Roll Call
177 When upon lifes bI'llows you are tempest tossed Blessings
81 When we walk with the Lord Trust and Obey
235 Where cross the crowded ways of life Germany= Gardiner
339 Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is peace Adams aka There Is Peace
400 While by the sheep we watched at night= While by my sheep... Jüngst
469 While passing through this world of sin Coleman
152 While shepherds watched Christmas
370 Who can cheer the heart like Jesus Harris
255 Who is on the Lords side who Will serve Armageddon
481 Whosoever heareth shout shout the sound Whosoever
197 Why should I feel discouraged His Eye Is on the Sparrow aka Sparrow
382 Without Him I could do nothing Without Him
186 Wonderful grace of Jesus greater than Wonderful Grace
474 Word of God across the ages Austria
178 Would you be free from the burden of sin Power in the Blood
423 Wounded for me wounded for me For Me Ovens
266 Ye servants of God your Master proclaim Hanover
146 Years I spent in vanity and pride Calvary
445 Yesterday he died for me yesterday yesterday Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow
401 Yield not to temptation Fortitude= Yield Not to Temptation = Palmer
402 You have longed for sweet peace Your All

There are 514 instead of 500 because of a lengthy tie towards the bottom. And note that a different tune makes it a different hymn in this list, thus e.g. "All hail the power of Jesus' name" is listed thrice, with CORONATION, DIADEM, and MILES LANE respectively.
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