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A Collection of Selected Lutheran Hymnals

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A Collection of Selected Lutheran Hymnals

[To Project Wittenberg]

The Lutheran Hymnal. Synodical Conference (1941).(English):

  • 000 — “Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice”
  • 000 — “I Will Sing My Maker’s Praises”
  • 000 — “That Man a Godly Life Might Live”
  • 58 — “O Lord, How Shall I Meet Thee”
  • 77 — “All My Heart This Night Rejoices”
  • 80 — “All Praise to Thee, Eternal God”
  • 90 — “Come, your Heart and Voices Raising”
  • 95 — “Savior of the Nations, Come”
  • 103 — “To Shepherds as They Watched by Night”
  • 104 — “Now Praise We Christ, the Holy One”
  • 137 — “In Peace and Joy I Now Depart”
  • 142 — “A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth”
  • 145 — “Jesus, Refuge for the Weary”
  • 146 — “Lamb of God, Pure and Holy”
  • 149 — “Come to Calvary’s Holy Mountain”
  • 166 — “Savior, When in the Dust to Thee”
  • 172 — “O Sacred Head, Now Wounded”
  • 195 — “Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands”
  • 224 — “Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord!”
  • 228 — “Oh Enter Lord Thy Temple”
  • 231 — “We Now Implore God the Holy Ghost”
  • 249 — “Isaiah, Mighty Seer, in Days of Old”
  • 251 — “We All Believe in One True God”
  • 252 — “Christ, the Life of All the Living”
  • 259 — “Flung to the Heedless Winds”
  • 260 — “O Lord, Look Down from Heaven, Behold”
  • 261 — “Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your Word”
  • 262 — “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”
  • 266 — “Thou Who Art Three in Unity”
  • 267 — “If God Had Not Been on Our Side”
  • 313 — “O Lord, We Praise Thee”
  • 329 — “From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee”
  • 458 — “Our Father, Thou in Heaven Above”
  • 500 — “May God Bestow on Us His Grace”
  • 520 — “Commit Whatever Grieves Thee”
  • 528 — “If God Himself Be for Me”
  • 554 — “Now Rest Beneath the Night’s Shadow”
  • 586 — “A Pilgrim and a Stranger”
  • 590 — “In the Midst of Earthly Life”

(German):

  • 000 — “Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice”
  • 000 — “I Will Sing My Maker’s Praises”
  • 000 — “That Man a Godly Life Might Live”
  • 77 — “All My Heart This Night Rejoices”
  • 80 — “All Praise to Thee, Eternal God”
  • 90 — “Come, Your Hearts and Voices Raising”
  • 95 — “Savior of the Nations, Come”
  • 103 — “To Shepherds as They Watched by Night”
  • 104 — “Now Praise We Christ, the Holy One”
  • 137 — “In Peace and Joy I Now Depart”
  • 142 — “A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth”
  • 195 — “Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands”
  • 224 — “Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord!”
  • 228 — “Oh, Enter, Lord, Thy Temple”
  • 231 — “We Now Implore God the Holy Ghost”
  • 251 — “We All Believe in One True God”
  • 260 — “O Lord, Look Down from Heaven, Behold”
  • 261 — “Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your Word”
  • 267 — “If God Had Not Been on Our Side
  • 313 — “O Lord, We Praise Thee”
  • 329 — “From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee”
  • 458 — “Our Father, Thou in Heaven Above”
  • 500 — “May God Bestow on Us His Grace”
  • 528 — “If God Himself Be for Me”
  • 535 — “Rejoice, My Heart, Be Glad and Sing”
  • 554 — “Now Rest Beneath the Night’s Shadow”
  • 586 — “A Pilgrim and a Stranger”
  • 590 — “In the Midst of Earthly Life”

(Latin):

  • 104 — “Now Praise We Christ, the Holy One”

The Luthern Hymnal Midi Project: Developed by Reverend Richard Jordan, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Van Meter, Iowa, the Lutheran Hymnal Midi Project is made available at the lutheran-hymnal.com internet site.

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Reverend Bob Smith
smithre@mail.ctsfw.edu
Ft. Wayne, Indiana
This document results from a cooperative effort between Project Wittenberg and ICLnet, Reverend Bob Smith, Project Coordinator. Document revised, 2005:June 14 TOPlist

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