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These are the texts that survived the culling process. In the end, 31 texts by women remained, in comparison to the 242 texts by men. Rather than dealing at this point with the multiple versions of each hymn in various hymnals, I chose to keep only the oldest version available in the JSON file, in hopes of getting more historically relevant data.

The table can be sorted by each of the various columns. Clicking on "Details" will open up extended information about the hymn, including the publisher, the date of publication, and the full text.

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First Line TitleAuthorGender
Late, late, so late! and dark the night and chillAlfred TennysonMDetails
Sunset and evening starSunset and evening starAlfred TennysonMDetails
Ring out, wild bells, to the wild skyRing out, wild bells, to the wild skyAlfred TennysonMDetails
Propitious Light of holy gloryPropitious Light of holy gloryAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Awake, our lute, the child to singAwake, our lute, the child to singAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Thee, with the holy self-sprung Fount, we singThee, with the holy self-sprung Fount, we singAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
The Bridegroom cometh! overheadThe Bridegroom cometh! overheadAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O Christ the King! since breath pent up so longO Christ the King! since breath pent up so longAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
'Tis dawn: to God I lift my hand'Tis dawn: to God I lift my handAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Praise the Lord O ye his servantsPraise the Lord O ye his servantsAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Again we hail the opening mornAgain we hail the opening mornAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O! 'Tis no theme of common thingsO! 'Tis no theme of common thingsAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Wake, wake, I pray thee, shrill-toned lyre!Wake, wake, I pray thee, shrill-toned lyre!Allen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O bride of Christ on highO bride of Christ on highAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O Thou, the Word of truth divine!O Thou, the Word of truth divine!Allen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Thou art blessed, O Lord, who nourishest me from my youthThou art blessed, O Lord, who nourishest me from my youthAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Lift up thyself, my soulLift up thyself, my soulAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
To Thee, much loved, be honour paidTo Thee, much loved, be honour paidAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
For by what other nameFor by what other nameAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O Thou, the One SupremeO Thou, the One SupremeAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Glory to God in the highest, and upon earth peaceGlory to God in the highest, and upon earth peaceAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
The first Eternal Mind was law to allThe first Eternal Mind was law to allAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
I first invented in Thy praiseI first invented in Thy praiseAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
To Thee at evening grayTo Thee at evening grayAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
And now again at nightAnd now again at nightAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O soul of mine, repiningO soul of mine, repiningAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
O Thou, the King of saints, all-conquering WordO Thou, the King of saints, all-conquering WordAllen W. ChatfieldMDetails
Around the throne of God in heavenAround the Throne of God in HeavenAnne H. ShepherdFDetails
The only Son from heavenThe Only Son from HeavenArthur T. RussellMDetails
Arise, O Christian people!Arise, O Christian PeopleArthur T. RussellMDetails
The Lord ascendeth up on highThe Lord Ascendeth Up on HighArthur T. RussellMDetails
O how shall I receive TheeArthur T. RussellMDetails
To Him who for our sins was slainArthur T. RussellMDetails
O Jesus, we adore youO Jesus, We Adore YouArthur T. RussellMDetails
O God of life, Whose power benignO God of life, Whose power benignArthur T. RussellMDetails
Ask ye what great thing I knowAsk Ye What Great Thing I KnowBenjamin H. KennedyMDetails
We bless Thee, Jesus Christ our LordWe Bless Thee, Jesus Christ Our LordBenjamin H. KennedyMDetails
We bless Thee, Jesus Christ our LordWe Bless Thee, Jesus Christ Our LordC. VischerMDetails
To thee, O Lord, the God of allCarl DovingMDetails
Ah Jesus, the meritAh Jesus, the meritCatherine WinkworthFDetails
Thou sore-oppress'dThou sore-oppress'dCatherine WinkworthFDetails
The precious seed of weepingThe precious seed of weepingCatherine WinkworthFDetails
Once more the solemn season callsCharles CoffinMDetails
Now that the daylight fills the skyCharles CoffinMDetails
O Saviour, Who for man hast trodO Saviour, Who for man hast trodCharles CoffinMDetails
As now the sun's declining raysAs now the sun's declining raysCharles CoffinMDetails
What star is this, with beams so brightWhat Star Is This, with Beams So BrightCharles CoffinMDetails
The Advent of our God, Our prayers must now employThe Advent of Our GodCharles CoffinMDetails
O day of radiant gladnessO Day of Radiant GladnessCharles P. PriceMDetails
Our fathers' God to thee, Author of libertyCharles T. BrooksMDetails
We are the Lord's, His all sufficient meritCharles Tamberlane AstleyMDetails
Come, Thou bright and Morning StarCome, Thou Bright and Morning StarChristian Knorr von RosenrothMDetails
Arm these Thy servants, mighty LordChristopher WordsworthMDetails
O God, in whose all-searching eyeO God, in Whose all-searching eyeChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Songs of thankfulness and praiseSongs of Thankfulness and PraiseChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to heaven and voices raiseAlleluia! Alleluia!Christopher WordsworthMDetails
Lord, be thy word my ruleChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Sing, O sing, this blessed mornSing, O sing, this blessed mornChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Thou Who the night in prayer didst spendThou Who the night in prayer didst spendChristopher WordsworthMDetails
O day of radiant gladnessO Day of Radiant GladnessChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Hark! the sound of holy voicesHark! the sound of holy voicesChristopher WordsworthMDetails
See, the conqueror mounts in triumphSee, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphChristopher WordsworthMDetails
The grave itself a garden isThe grave itself a garden isChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Come ever blessed Spirit, comeChristopher WordsworthMDetails
Lord of heaven and earth and seaLord of heaven and earth and seaChristopher WordsworthMDetails
The day is gently sinking to a closeThe day is gently sinking to a closeChristopher WordsworthMDetails
O Thou, the King of saints, all-conquering WordO Thou, the King of saints, all-conquering WordClement of AlexandriaMDetails
To Him who for our sins was slainDaniel W. WhittleMDetails
O Lord, be with us when we sailEdward Arthur DaymanMDetails
Always with us, always with usEdwin Henry NevinMDetails
Of all the thoughts of God that areElizabeth Barrett BrowningFDetails
The only Son from heavenThe Only Son from HeavenElizabeth CrucigerFDetails
O land of rest, for thee I sigh!We'll Work Till Jesus ComesElizabeth MillsFDetails
Oh what will be the day when won at lastThings to ComeEmma Frances BevanFDetails
Lord, a Saviour's love displayingLord, a Saviour's love displayingErnest HawkinsMDetails
Of my life the life, O JesusOf My Life the LifeErnst C. HomburgMDetails
I thirst, O, grant the waters pureFrederica BremerFDetails
Cheek grow pale, but heart be vigorousFrederica BremerFDetails
While o'er the deep thy servants sailWhile o'er the deep Thy servants sailGeorge BurgessMDetails
Hasten sinner, to be wiseGeorge HewsMDetails
Searcher of hearts, from mine eraseSearcher of Hearts, from Mine EraseGeorge P. MorrisMDetails
Come to our poor nature's nightCome to our poor nature's nightGeorge RawsonMDetails
By Christ redeemed, in Christ restoredGeorge RawsonMDetails
We limit not the truth of GodGeorge RawsonMDetails
Holy Ghost, the InfiniteHoly GhostGeorge RawsonMDetails
God the Lord is KingGod the Lord Is KingGeorge RawsonMDetails
Joy and gladness! Joy and gladness!Joy and Gladness!George W. BethuneMDetails
I love to sing of Christ my KingThere Is No Name So Sweet on EarthGeorge W. BethuneMDetails
O Jesus, when I think of theeO Jesus, When I Think of TheeGeorge W. BethuneMDetails
Crown him with many crownsCrown Him with Many CrownsGodfrey ThringMDetails
For by what other nameFor by what other nameGregory of NazianzusMDetails
And now again at nightAnd now again at nightGregory of NazianzusMDetails
O soul of mine, repiningO soul of mine, repiningGregory of NazianzusMDetails
'Tis dawn: to God I lift my hand'Tis dawn: to God I lift my handGregory of NazianzusMDetails
O Christ the King! since breath pent up so longO Christ the King! since breath pent up so longGregory of NazianzusMDetails
O Thou, the Word of truth divine!O Thou, the Word of truth divine!Gregory of NazianzusMDetails
O bride of Christ on highO bride of Christ on highGregory of NazianzusMDetails
O Thou, the One SupremeO Thou, the One SupremeGregory of NazianzusMDetails
O Christ, our King, Creator, LordO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordGregory the GreatMDetails
Dost thou know the living fountainH. A. TimmMDetails
Sweet is the prayer, whose holy streamHarriet MartineauFDetails
Lord Jesus, come; for hereHarriet MartineauFDetails
God the all-terrible!God the All-Terrible!Henry F. ChorleyMDetails
Down the dark future, through long generationsHenry W. LongfellowMDetails
Tell me not, in mournful numbersHenry W. LongfellowMDetails
I heard the bells on Christmas dayI Heard the Bells on Christmas DayHenry W. LongfellowMDetails
Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingNow, my soul, thy voice upraisingHenry Williams BakerMDetails
Pray, brethren, pray!Pray, Brethren, Pray!Horatius BonarMDetails
Thy way, not mine, O LordThy Way, Not Mine, O LordHoratius BonarMDetails
Yes, for me, for me He carethThe elder brotherHoratius BonarMDetails
A few more years shall rollA Few More Years Shall RollHoratius BonarMDetails
Blessed night, when first that plainHoratius BonarMDetails
Come, Lord, and tarry notHoratius BonarMDetails
He has come! the Christ of GodHoratius BonarMDetails
I lay my sins on JesusI Lay My Sins on JesusHoratius BonarMDetails
Not what my hands have doneNot What My Hands Have DoneHoratius BonarMDetails
Through good report and evil, LordHoratius BonarMDetails
When the weary, seeking restWhen the Weary, Seeking RestHoratius BonarMDetails
Always with us, always with usHoratius BonarMDetails
Beyond the smiling and the weepingHoratius BonarMDetails
Calm me, my God, and keep me calmHoratius BonarMDetails
Go, labor onGo, Labor OnHoratius BonarMDetails
I heard the voice of Jesus sayI Heard the Voice of Jesus SayHoratius BonarMDetails
No, not despairingly come I to theeNo, Not Despairingly Come I to TheeHoratius BonarMDetails
O Love that casts out fearO Love that casts out fearHoratius BonarMDetails
This is the hour of banquet and of songHoratius BonarMDetails
Upward where the stars are burningHoratius BonarMDetails
Bathed in unfallen sunlightThe City of GodHoratius BonarMDetails
By the cross of Jesus standingHoratius BonarMDetails
Glory be to God the FatherGlory Be to God the FatherHoratius BonarMDetails
Holy Father, hear my cryHoratius BonarMDetails
Jesus, Sun and Shield art thouHoratius BonarMDetails
O love of God, how strong and trueO Love of God, How Strong and TrueHoratius BonarMDetails
The cross, it standeth fastHallelujah for the Cross!Horatius BonarMDetails
Thy works, not mine, O ChristThy Works, Not Mine, O ChristHoratius BonarMDetails
Yet there is room: the Lamb's bright hall of songHoratius BonarMDetails
All praise to him who built the hillsAll praise to Him Who built the hillsHoratius BonarMDetails
Blessing and honor and glory and powerBlessing and HonorHoratius BonarMDetails
Fill thou my life, O Lord my GodFill Thou My Life, O Lord, My GodHoratius BonarMDetails
Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to faceHere, O My Lord, I See Thee Face to FaceHoratius BonarMDetails
I was a wandering sheepI Was A Wandering SheepHoratius BonarMDetails
O Everlasting Light, Giver of dawn and dayHoratius BonarMDetails
O Heavenly JerusalemO Heavenly JerusalemIsaac WilliamsMDetails
Lord, in this thy mercy's dayLord, in this thy mercy's dayIsaac WilliamsMDetails
Where the angel hosts adore theeIsaac WilliamsMDetails
Soldiers who to Christ belongIsaac WilliamsMDetails
O Holy Ghost, Thou God of peaceO Holy Ghost, Thou God of peaceIsaac WilliamsMDetails
Father, who the light this dayFather, Who the Light This DayJ. A. ElliotFDetails
Jesus, thy name I loveJames G. DeckMDetails
O Lamb of God, still keep meO Lamb of God, still keep meJames G. DeckMDetails
Thy way is in the deep, O LordJames MartineauMDetails
A voice upon the midnight airJames MartineauMDetails
There is no sorrow, Lord, too lightThere is no sorrow, Lord, too lightJane CrewdsonFDetails
Savior, teach me, day by daySavior, Teach Me, Day by DayJane Elizabeth LeesonFDetails
A little child may knowJane Elizabeth LeesonFDetails
Gracious Savior, gentle ShepherdGracious Savior, Gentle ShepherdJane Elizabeth LeesonFDetails
Christ the Lord is ris'n todayChrist the Lord Is Risen Today; AlleluiaJane Elizabeth LeesonFDetails
How blessed, from the bonds of sinJane L. BorthwickFDetails
My latest sun is sinking fastOh, Come, Angel BandJefferson HascallMDetails
Dost thou know the living fountainJens C. AabergMDetails
Ask ye what great thing I knowAsk Ye What Great Thing I KnowJohann C. SchwedlerMDetails
Jerusalem! high tower thy glorious wallsJerusalem! high tower thy glorious wallsJohann MeyfartMDetails
Holy Bible, book divineHoly Bible, Book DivineJohn BurtonMDetails
Above the clear blue skyAbove the clear blue skyJohn ChandlerMDetails
O Christ, our hope, our heart's desireO Christ, Our Hope, Our Heart's DesireJohn ChandlerMDetails
The Advent of our God, Our prayers must now employThe Advent of Our GodJohn ChandlerMDetails
Conquering kings their titles takeConquering kings their titles takeJohn ChandlerMDetails
Once more the solemn season callsJohn ChandlerMDetails
Christ is our cornerstoneChrist is our cornerstoneJohn ChandlerMDetails
Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingNow, my soul, thy voice upraisingJohn ChandlerMDetails
O Saviour, Who for man hast trodO Saviour, Who for man hast trodJohn ChandlerMDetails
Blest Spirit, one with God aboveJohn ChandlerMDetails
Source of light and life divineJohn ChandlerMDetails
Now that the daylight fills the skyJohn ChandlerMDetails
'Tis for conquering kings to gainJohn ChandlerMDetails
As now the sun's declining raysAs now the sun's declining raysJohn ChandlerMDetails
What star is this, with beams so brightWhat Star Is This, with Beams So BrightJohn ChandlerMDetails
O how shall I receive TheeJohn Christian JacobiMDetails
God the all-terrible!God the All-Terrible!John EllertonMDetails
Immortal Love, for ever fullImmortal Love, for ever fullJohn Greenleaf WhittierMDetails
I bow my forehead to the dustJohn Greenleaf WhittierMDetails
O Lord, and Master of us allO Lord, and Master of us allJohn Greenleaf WhittierMDetails
Lord, as to thy dear cross we fleeLord, as to thy dear cross we fleeJohn H. GurneyMDetails
Great King of nations, hear our prayerGreat King of Nations, Hear Our PrayerJohn H. GurneyMDetails
Lead, kindly Light, amid th' encircling gloomLead, Kindly LightJohn Henry NewmanMDetails
Praise to the Holiest in the heightPraise to the Holiest in the heightJohn Henry NewmanMDetails
Now that the sun is gleaming brightJohn Henry NewmanMDetails
Now that the sun is beaming brightJohn Henry NewmanMDetails
Gracious Savior, gentle ShepherdGracious Savior, Gentle ShepherdJohn KebleMDetails
Now that the daylight fills the skyJohn Mason NealeMDetails
And shall we see thy faceJohn Nelson DarbyMDetails
Lord, while for all mankind we prayLord, while for all mankind we prayJohn Reynell WrefordMDetails
Lord, I believe; Thy power I ownJohn Reynell WrefordMDetails
God of the ocean, earth and skyJohn Reynell WrefordMDetails
When my love to God grows weakWhen my Love to Christ [God] grows weakJohn Reynell WrefordMDetails
Our fathers' God to thee, Author of libertyJohn S. DwightMDetails
O thou, the primal fount of life and peaceJohn SterlingMDetails
O Source divine, and Life of allJohn SterlingMDetails
Yes, prayer is strong, and God is goodJohn SterlingMDetails
Many a power within earth's bosomJohn SterlingMDetails
Thou, Lord, who rearest the mountains' heightJohn SterlingMDetails
Sweet morn from countless cups of goldJohn SterlingMDetails
God of mercy, God of love [grace], HearJohn TaylorMDetails
Lord, what offering shall we bringJohn TaylorMDetails
Like shadows gliding o'er the plainJohn TaylorMDetails
O Lord, how happy should we beJoseph AnsticeMDetails
Lord, Thou in all things like wast madeJoseph AnsticeMDetails
The Son of David bowed to dieJoseph AnsticeMDetails
Breast the wave, ChristianBreast the wave, ChristianJoseph StammersMDetails
O blessed Sun whose splendorO Blessed Sun Whose SplendorKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
The precious seed of weepingThe precious seed of weepingKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
O happy home, where thou art loved the dearestO Happy Home, Where Thou Art LovedKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
Oh what will be the day when won at lastThings to ComeKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
We are the Lord's, His all sufficient meritKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
How blessed, from the bonds of sinKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
We are called by one vocationWe Are Called by One VocationKarl Johann Philipp SpittaMDetails
Ah Jesus, the meritAh Jesus, the meritLayritzMDetails
O God, beneath Thy guiding handO God, Beneath Thy Guiding HandLeonard BaconMDetails
Take the name of Jesus with youPrecious NameLydia BaxterFDetails
A multitude comes from the east and the westA Multitude Comes from the East and the WestMagnus Brostrup LandstadMDetails
To thee, O Lord, the God of allMagnus Brostrup LandstadMDetails
Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Margaret MackayFDetails
A sure stronghold our God is HeA sure stronghold our God is HeMartin LutherMDetails
God the Father, be our StayGod the Father, Be Our StayMartin LutherMDetails
Dear Christians, one and all, rejoiceDear Christians, One and All, RejoiceMartin LutherMDetails
Out of the depths to Thee I raiseOut of the DepthsMartin LutherMDetails
To shepherds as they watched by nightTo Shepherds as They Watched by NightMartin LutherMDetails
Christ Jesus lay in death's strong bandsChrist Jesus Lay in Death's Strong BandsMartin LutherMDetails
May God bestow on us His graceMay God Bestow on Us His GraceMartin LutherMDetails
Through the love of God our SaviorThrough the Love of God Our SaviorMary PetersFDetails
Crown him with many crownsCrown Him with Many CrownsMatthew BridgesMDetails
My God, accept my heart this dayMy God, accept my heart this dayMatthew BridgesMDetails
Head of the hosts in glory!Matthew BridgesMDetails
Behold the Lamb of God!Behold the Lamb of God!Matthew BridgesMDetails
The Bridegroom cometh! overheadThe Bridegroom cometh! overheadMethodiusMDetails
Lord of all being, throned afarLord of all being, throned afarOliver Wendell HolmesMDetails
O Love divine, that stooped to shareO Love divine, that stooped to shareOliver Wendell HolmesMDetails
O Lord of hosts! Almighty King!O Lord of hosts! Almighty King!Oliver Wendell HolmesMDetails
If God Himself be for meIf God Himself Be for MePaul GerhardtMDetails
Evening and morningPaul GerhardtMDetails
O how shall I receive TheePaul GerhardtMDetails
Now that the daylight fills the skyPeter J. ScagnelliMDetails
We love the venerable houseRalph Waldo EmersonMDetails
Jesus, these eyes have never seenJesus, These Eyes Have Never SeenRay PalmerMDetails
Take me, O my Father, take meTake Me, O My Father, Take MeRay PalmerMDetails
Come, Holy Ghost, in loveRay PalmerMDetails
My faith looks up to theeMy Faith Looks Up to TheeRay PalmerMDetails
O bread to pilgrims givenRay PalmerMDetails
Lord, my weak thought in vain would climbLord, My Weak Thought in Vain Would ClimbRay PalmerMDetails
O Jesus, joy of loving heartsO Jesus, Joy of Loving HeartsRay PalmerMDetails
We stand in deep repentanceRay PalmerMDetails
O Christ, our King, Creator, LordO Christ, Our King, Creator, LordRay PalmerMDetails
Pour forth the oil, pour boldly forthRichard Chenevix TrenchMDetails
O blessed Sun whose splendorO Blessed Sun Whose SplendorRichard MassieMDetails
God the Father, be our StayGod the Father, Be Our StayRichard MassieMDetails
Evening and morningRichard MassieMDetails
Come, Thou bright and Morning StarCome, Thou Bright and Morning StarRichard MassieMDetails
Of my life the life, O JesusOf My Life the LifeRichard MassieMDetails
Dear Christians, one and all, rejoiceDear Christians, One and All, RejoiceRichard MassieMDetails
Out of the depths to Thee I raiseOut of the DepthsRichard MassieMDetails
To shepherds as they watched by nightTo Shepherds as They Watched by NightRichard MassieMDetails
So rest, my RestSo Rest, My RestRichard MassieMDetails
O what precious balm and healingO What Precious Balm and HealingRichard MassieMDetails
We are called by one vocationWe Are Called by One VocationRichard MassieMDetails
Christ Jesus lay in death's strong bandsChrist Jesus Lay in Death's Strong BandsRichard MassieMDetails
May God bestow on us His graceMay God Bestow on Us His GraceRichard MassieMDetails
If God Himself be for meIf God Himself Be for MeRichard MassieMDetails
So rest, my RestSo Rest, My RestSalomo FranckMDetails
Arise, my soul, with rapture riseSamuel Francis SmithMDetails
Onward speed thy conquering flightAngel, onward speedSamuel Francis SmithMDetails
My country, 'tis of theeMy Country, 'Tis of TheeSamuel Francis SmithMDetails
Founded on Thee, our only LordFounded on Thee, our only LordSamuel Francis SmithMDetails
Down to the sacred waveSamuel Francis SmithMDetails
Our fathers' God to thee, Author of libertySamuel Francis SmithMDetails
O happy home, where thou art loved the dearestO Happy Home, Where Thou Art LovedSarah B. FindlaterFDetails
Thou, infinite in loveSarah Elizabeth MilesFDetails
The earth, all light and lovelinessSarah Elizabeth MilesFDetails
It was no path of flowers, Which through this world of oursSarah Elizabeth MilesFDetails
Gently fall the dews of eveSarah F. AdamsFDetails
The world may change from old to newSarah F. AdamsFDetails
The mourners came at break of daySarah F. AdamsFDetails
Part in peace; is day before us?Sarah F. AdamsFDetails
Nearer, my God, to TheeNearer, my God, to TheeSarah F. AdamsFDetails
Hath not thy heart within thee burnedStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
O Lord, through Thee we ownStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
There's a strife we all must wageStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Father, when o'er our trembling heartsStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Lord, in whose might the Savior trodStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
The Aged sufferer waited longStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Burden of shame and woeStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
In the Savior's hour of deathStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
O suffering Friend of human kindStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
It is finished! glorious wordStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Holy Son of God, most highStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
O not alone on the mount of prayerStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Was it in vain that Jesus prayedStephen Greenleaf BulfinchMDetails
Lift up thyself, my soulLift up thyself, my soulSynesius of CyreneMDetails
To Thee, much loved, be honour paidTo Thee, much loved, be honour paidSynesius of CyreneMDetails
I first invented in Thy praiseI first invented in Thy praiseSynesius of CyreneMDetails
To Thee at evening grayTo Thee at evening graySynesius of CyreneMDetails
Awake, our lute, the child to singAwake, our lute, the child to singSynesius of CyreneMDetails
Thee, with the holy self-sprung Fount, we singThee, with the holy self-sprung Fount, we singSynesius of CyreneMDetails
Again we hail the opening mornAgain we hail the opening mornSynesius of CyreneMDetails
O! 'Tis no theme of common thingsO! 'Tis no theme of common thingsSynesius of CyreneMDetails
Wake, wake, I pray thee, shrill-toned lyre!Wake, wake, I pray thee, shrill-toned lyre!Synesius of CyreneMDetails
Pour, blessed gospel, glorious news for manT. A. AshworthMDetails
I'm but a stranger hereThos. R. TaylorMDetails
Arise, O Christian people!Arise, O Christian PeopleValentin ThiloMDetails
Thou sore-oppress'dThou sore-oppress'dViktor StraussMDetails
Now gird your patient loins againWilliam CroswellMDetails
Lord, lead the way the Saviour wentWilliam CroswellMDetails
To thee, the Lord almightyWilliam GaskellMDetails
Darkness o'er the world was broodingWilliam GaskellMDetails
In vain we thus recall to mindWilliam GaskellMDetails
O God, to thee our hearts would payWilliam GaskellMDetails
Press on, press on, ye sons of lightWilliam GaskellMDetails
A sure stronghold our God is HeA sure stronghold our God is HeWilliam GaskellMDetails
Through all this life's eventful roadWilliam GaskellMDetails
When arise the thoughts of sinWilliam GaskellMDetails
Dark were the paths our Master trodWilliam GaskellMDetails
How long, O Lord, his brother's bloodWilliam GaskellMDetails
O God, the darkness roll awayWilliam GaskellMDetails
Our Father, through the coming yearWilliam GaskellMDetails
Thanks, thanks unto GodWilliam GaskellMDetails
We would leave, O God, to theeWilliam GaskellMDetails
Forth went the heralds of the crossWilliam GaskellMDetails
No more, on earth no moreWilliam GaskellMDetails
O not to crush with abject fearWilliam GaskellMDetails
Unto thy temple, God of loveWilliam GaskellMDetails
Father, we humbly would reposeWilliam GaskellMDetails
Mighty God, the First, the LastWilliam GaskellMDetails
O God, who knowest how frail we areWilliam GaskellMDetails
Sleep not, soldier of the crossWilliam GaskellMDetails
Feeble, helpless, how shall IWilliam Henry FurnessMDetails
Slowly, by God's hand unfurledWilliam Henry FurnessMDetails
O richly, Father, have I beenWilliam Henry FurnessMDetails
In the morning I will raiseWilliam Henry FurnessMDetails
In the morning I will pray For God's blessing on the dayWilliam Henry FurnessMDetails
O Christ, who art the Light and DayO Christ, Who Art the Light and DayWilliam J. CopelandMDetails
Jerusalem! high tower thy glorious wallsJerusalem! high tower thy glorious wallsWilliam R. WhittinghamMDetails
Christ the Lord is ris'n todayChrist the Lord Is Risen Today; AlleluiaWipo of BurgundyMDetails