BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
By Cecil F. Alexander in 1848.
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT.
This is a Welsh folksong sung to a tune recorded
Edward Jones' Musical and Poetical Relics of the
Welsh Bards (1784).
AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED?
Words: Isaac Watts, Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1707;
Ralph E. Hudson wrote the refrain in 1885.
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH.
This is a traditional French song sung to celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ.
By John Newton in 1779, who went from being
captain of a slave ship to being an abolitionist
AWAY IN A MANGER.
The author is anonymous but the song first
in 1885 in Little Children’s Book
for Schools and Families.
AWAKE, JERUSALEM, AWAKE!
By Charles Wesley
BE THOU MY VISION.
Very stirring, it is believed by Dallan
Forgaill in the 8th Century Ireland.
by Fanny Crossby in 1873; music earlier by
her friend Phoebe P. Knapp.
BLESSED BIBLE, BOOK OF GOLD.
By Fanny Crosby prior to her death in 1915.
BRETHERN, WE HAVE MET TO
By George Atkins, 1819.
BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES.
By Knowles Shaw in 1874; however, the music
here was written by George A. Minor in 1880.
CHRIST THE LORD TO US IS BORN
Me That Old Time Religion. This is an African-
American spiritual heard in South Carolina and written
Charles D. Tillman in 1889.
Go Tell It On The Mountain;
John W. Work Jr; 1907. Work
was a musically
God Of Our Fathers.
Daniel C. Roberts in 1876.
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.
This is a traditional
song. The author is unknown to us but is to God.
All Hail! By C. S. Kauff¬man in 1901.
Hallelujah (Let Us Praise Jah!) The original author
unknown; Lizzie Tourjée
Wellesly wrote the music in 1878.
Hark The Herald Angels Sing.
Charles Wesley wrote
words in 1739. The music came from Felix Mendelssohn.
He Leadeth Me! By Joseph H. Gilmore in 1862.
Healing Fountain. By
Carl A. Stenholm (1843-1884);
from Swedish by J. B. Linderholm.
Here Am I, Send Me.
By J. Gilchrist Lawson, about 1910.
His Eye Is On The Sparrow.
By Civilla D. Martin in 1905.
It reminds us of God's love for all
creatures from sparrows to us.
Holy, Holy, Holy! By Reginald Heber in 1826.
I'm A Pilgrim. By Mary S. Schindler in
In The Garden.
By C. Austin Miles in 1912.
In The Sweet By And By.
By Sanford F. Bennett in 1868.
It Came Upon The Midnight Clear.
Edmund H. Sears in 1849.
I've Got Peace Like A River.
is a traditional song in the United States.
Jehovah, God The Father, Bless;
Jehovah Hear Thee In Thy Grief;
Thomas Tallis; translated by Matthew
Jehovah Is My Light;
author unknown; music
by Henry W. Beecher; 1855.
However, this appears in Darwall’s 148th by John Darwall in 1770.
Jehovah Is Our Strength.
is attributed to Samuel Bernard who died about 1807.
Jehovah, Now Let Me Adore
Catherine Winkworth; 1863
Jehovah Reigns In Majesty.
The author is unknown but the song
is a paraphrase of Psalm 99. The music dates to
1784 in Germany and
was adapted by William H. Monk.
Jesus Is Mine!
By Jane C. Boner in 1843.
Jesus Loves Me.
By Ana B. Warner in 1860.
Jesus Loves The Little Children.
By C. Herbert Woolston 1856-1927;
music by George Root
Jesus The Son Of God. By Garfield T. Hayward about 1914.
Jesus Walked This Lonesome Valley. This is an American
spiritual, its origins possibly
in the 1700s of 1800s of early
America, the author unknown and possibly of the Afro-
American slave community of the era.
Jesus Wept. By John R. Macduff in 1853.
Joy To The World. By Isaac Watts in 1719.
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore.
By Henry J.
van Dyke in 1907.
Just As I Am Without One Plea.
Elliott in 1835
Kum Ba Yah
(Come By Here). This is a traditional African-American song. http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/k/u/kumbayah.htm
Leaning On The Everlasting
Arms. By Elisha A. Hoffman in 1887.
Let Us Break Bread
Together. This is an African-American spiritual.
Lilly Of The Valley.
By Charles W. Fry in 1881.
Little Church In The Wildwood.
By William S. Pitts in 1857.
Lord, I Want To Be A Christian.
This is a traditional American folk hymn;
the original author is unknown
to us but is
to God and
most likely became a Christian.
Nearer My God To Thee. Sarah F. Adams wrote the words
that appeared in 1841. Lowell Mason wrote the music
other musical versions also of the 1800s appearing below here:
O Come All Ye Faithful.
By John F. Wade about 1743.
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel.
By an unknown 12th
O Little Town Of Bethlehem.
The words are written by
Brooks in 1867 at St. Louis, and Lewis H. Redner
wrote the music in 1868.
Old Rugged Cross.
By George Bennard in 1913.
Only Trust Him.
By John H. Stockton in 1874.
Onward Christian Soldiers.
Words by Sabine