ancient story, hopes of glory. Jesus, here we meet., 542

O Lamb of God, we only know that all our hopes are there., 348

on his great love our hopes we place of present grace and joys above., 517

our fears, our hopes, our aims are one, our comforts and our cares., 680

the Finisher of all our hopes, the Truth, the Life, the Path., 703

the hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee tonight., 282

their hearts and hopes ascend to seek above th'eternal good., 516

to cast our hopes, to fix our eyes on Christ, on Christ alone, 750

hope's fruition

grant, O grant our hope's fruition: here on earth your will be done., 648


Though hordes of devils fill the land all threat'ning to devour us, 788


on far horizon, God's cloud our guide., 408

Star of the East, the horizon adorning, 317


Let voices in chorus, with trumpet and horn, 547


fear and horror seize his soul and senses, for the hour of darkness now commences, 346


Hosanna!Blessed is he that comes!, 239

Hosanna in the highest! That ancient song we sing, 52

Hosanna to the Lord for he fulfills God's word!, 344

Now come, O blessed one, Lord Jesus, God's own Son. Hail, hosanna!, 258

Ride on! Ride on in majesty! Hear all the tribes hosanna cry, 343

to God in the highest, hosanna and praise!, 448


to whom the lips of children made sweet hosannas ring., 342

Your hallelujahs loud, your clear hosannas raise!, 786


And when my short life is ended, by his angel host attended, 723

As by the celestial host, let your will on earth be done, 74

As we partake, we praise the name; the host of heaven does proclaim that Christ is king, 438

How bright appears the Morning Star with mercy beaming from afar; the host of heav'n rejoices, 278

Ne'er cease to sing, thou ransomed host, 94, 114, 543

praise him above, ye heavn'ly host; praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost!, 817

Praise him above, you heav'nly host; praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost., 569

Rank on rank the host of heaven spreads its vanguard on the way, 271

This now with heav'n's resplendent host we echo through the church of God., 479

through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, 390

to God who rules the heav'nly host, God, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost., 519

with th'angelic host proclaim: "Christ is born in Bethlehem!", 295


and with immortal mercy glows our God, the Lord of hosts!, 810

before whose face clouds never frown, is God, the Lord of hosts!, 810

Bless the Lord, hosts of heav'n, ev'ryone who does God's will!, 534

glories stream from heaven afar, heav'nly hosts sing alleluia, 297

Holy, Holy, Holy! Sing the hosts of heaven, 554

in mortal dreams was never sought, O God, the Lord of hosts!, 810

Jesus! Heav'nly hosts adore you, seated at your Father's side., 330

Let the heights of heav'n adore him; angel hosts, his praises sing, 483

Lo! The hosts of evil round us scorn the Christ, assail his ways!, 751

O sons and daughters of the King, whom heav'nly hosts in glory sing, 369

Praise God, angel hosts above, Ever bright and fair in love, 127

Praise the God of our salvation; hosts on high, his pow'r proclaim, 454

the everliving God we see, our God, the Lord of hosts!, 810

The ransomed hosts in earth and heav'n through countless choirs proclaim, 364

Then shall we join the hosts that cry, "O holy, holy Lord Most High!", 561

Though circled by the hosts on high, he deigned to cast a loving eye, 278

Triumphant hosts on high give thanks to God and sing, 468

While the hosts of heav'n adore you, we with awe fall down before you, 473

Who would not with hosts above join in Mary's chorus?, 300

You ask who this may be? The Lord of hosts is he!, 788

You we would be always blessing, serve you as your hosts above, 218, 474


Be still, my soul: the hour is hast'ning on, 757

by his power, ev'ry hour, will direct us and protect us in a world of sin and strife., 631

come in this most solemn hour with your strength'ning gift of pow'r., 426

come with your timeless judgment now, to match our present hour., 681

fear and horror seize his soul and senses, for the hour of darkness now commences, 346

Fill us now, this very hour; help us reach your kingdomís goal., 622

For the beauty of each hour of the day and of the night, 538

for visions of a better world and for decision's hour, 801

Grant us wisdom, grant us courage for the facing of this hour, 751

Had I the grace to seek his face in any trying hour!, 596

how precious did that grace appear the hour I first believed., 783

I need thee ev'ry hour, most gracious Lord, 740

I need thee ev'ry hour, most Holy One, 740

I need thee ev'ry hour; stay thou near by, 740

I need thee, O I need thee, ev'ry hour I need thee!, 740

I need your presence every passing hour., 807

in this glad hour. Your grace to us impart, now rule in ev'ry heart, 555

Keep me through your pow'r so minded each hour, 608

keep us in that trial hour: hear us, holy Jesus., 352

May the word of God dwell richly in my heart from hour to hour, 585

O Breath of Life, come, cleanse, renew us, and fit your church to meet this hour, 47

O Spirit, our Lord God, in this appointed hour, 376

O the pure delight of a single hour that before thy throne I spend, 607

O Trinity of love and pow'r, all trav'lers guard in danger's hour, 725

Raise up your banners high in this hour., 489

source of light in the world's dark hour, 499

thanks for this hour, with all its challenge, 535

the brief, bright hour of fellowship with you., 421

This is the hour of banquet and of song, 421

to endure with grace my weakest hour., 728

to hold our hearts in quiet in danger's hour., 571

to meet the challenge of this hour and take a noble part., 524

Transform us from this very hour in all we do and say, 99

when hope and doubt touch ev'ry hour, when all thoughts find a voice., 801

Wisdom, riches, to obtain, new dominion every hour, 88

would bear one perfect flow'r here in the cold of winter and darkest midnight hour., 302

your Redeemer's conflict see, watch with him one bitter hour., 349


he paid the ransom and forgives the hourly follies of our lives, 72

your dear voice alone obey is my daily, hourly prayer., 614


By your patient years of toiling, by your silent hours of pain, 648

I do not know tomorrow's way, if dark or bright its hours may be, 727

In our joys and in our sorrows, days of work and hours of ease, 600

look now! for glad and golden hours come swiftly on the wing., 286

Now evening comes to close the day, and soon the silent hours, 570


And find at last our true abode within your house forever.Amen., 121

and in God's house forevermore my dwelling place shall be, 720

From your house when I return, may my heart within me burn, 553

He found them in his house of prayer with one accord assembled, 396

In your house give me a dwelling place, 756

O may your house be my abode and all my work be praise., 730

to be his house, is scattered far and near, 516

we and our house will serve you, Lord, 677

We are God's house of living stones, built for his own habitation, 512

Were they to take our house, goods, honor, child, or spouse, 788

where in thy house thou art, or watches at thy gates, 609

Who in your house your name confess, 68

yet I arise and seek my Father's house., 759


God like a mother eagle hovers near, 459


above its sad and lowly plains they bend on hov'ring wing, 286

God the Spirit, guide and guardian,windsped flame and hov'ring dove, 642


and find that serving you through them transcends our human creeds, 395

and serve the human fam'ly by putting God's will first., 503

and the breadth of human knowledge only partial truth impart., 664

And when human hearts are breaking under sorrow's iron rod, 463

and your dearest human friend: hear us, holy Jesus., 352

bore it up triumphant with its human light, 480

bringing forth the human story life and love that's true and free., 637

Christís living body, loving the whole human race., 514

Farther still than earth from heaven are things human from divine.", 780

for laws of truth and judgment to right our human wrongs, 508

For the joy of human love, brother, sister, parent, child, 538

From tender childhood's helplessness, from human grief and burdened toil, 581

God made the world and at its birth ordained our human race, 696

God! when human bonds are broken and we lack the love or skill, 398

God with us, God with us, God made known in human frame, 191, 324

Good soil! A human field! A hundredfold to yield., 501

grace which meets all human needs, 69, 526

Hail, O form of God made human, who God's unity illumine, 419

his love embraces all his human race., 629

in which I dare approach that place, where God shall judge our human race., 776

Jesus, our divine companion, by your lowly human birth, 576

Lord of lords, in human vesture -- in the body and the blood --, 184, 271

Lord, who left the highest heaven for a homeless human birth, 692

Lord, whose love in humble service bore the weight of human need, 148, 688

Make us, O God, a church that cares for ev'ry human need, 524

Mighty God and Mary's son, human and divine in one., 265

O perfect Love, all human thought transcending, 427

O Savior, child of Mary, who felt all human woe, 302

Our poor human form he took, alleluia!, 303

shall far outpass the pow'r of human telling, 492

So God imparts to human hearts the blessings of his heav'n., 282

"The heav'nly babe you there shall find to human view displayed, 296

The secret of the Lord escapes each human eye, 318

The selfishness which is our human curse, 766

There the Son of God would dwell all divine, all human, 300

They came to seek a new beginning, the human spirit's ageless quest, 315

till our lives of truth and grace show our world your human face!, 363

when human insight fails, give light; this will direct our steps aright., 734

We believe in Christ the Savior, Son of God in human frame, 699

we pray our faith be not confined by that which human hand designed., 440

Word made flesh, whose birth among us hallows all our human race, 648


a partner in Christ's sacrifice, and clothed in Christ's humanity., 694

Christ, to purchase our salvation, did assume humanity, 560

Grace invited, faith united, shine through our humanity., 557

in our faith and hope the promise of a new humanity., 401

In the same way Christian teachers model true humanity, 665

Thus the Kingdom spreads its branches, grows in all humanity., 684


all humankind is one by God's decree, 459

by pow'rs and systems close confined yet seeking hope for humankind., 579

Father, in gratitude for homes and loved ones, we open now our hearts to humankind., 671

for it must find in humankind, 501

"Glad tidings of great joy I bring to you and humankind, 296

his service is the golden cord close binding humankind., 523

Make us, O God, a church that shares your love for humankind, 524

now to all humankind let there be light!, 380

points out the wretched, ruined state of humankind, both small and great., 509

You, Creator God, have written your great name on humankind, 685


And blessed be the hearts he rules, the humble places where he dwells., 272

and what you most would treasure -- our humble, thankful hearts., 453

Fix in us your humble dwelling, all your faithful mercies crown., 474

Grant them humble hearts when prospered, patience in adversity., 428

he fills our hearts, his humble thrones, granting us life and salvation., 512

Let your hearts be true and humble, as befits his holy reign!, 264

Lord, whose love in humble service bore the weight of human need, 148, 688

Love is humble, love is gentle, love is tender, true, and kind, 591

loving as you showed us how, our humble Servant Lord., 336

My humble off'rings now receive, and through your grace, Lord, 279

no humble task refused your love bestows., 653

Pass me not, O gentle Savior, hear my humble cry, 772

Savior, Savior, hear my humble cry, 772

Sing with humble hearts your praises for our Savior's boundless grace, 560

The church on earth, in humble strain, exalts the Christ, our Savior, 471

Then I shall bow in humble adoration, 112, 465

Then take the towel, and break the bread, and humble us, and call us friends., 579

With gratitude and humble trust we bring our best today, 650

With humble thanks we now adore you; your cross our glory shall remain, 340


Humbled for a season, to receive a name from the lips of sinners, unto whom he came, 480

While we, deeply humbled, own we're oft to blame, 746


and took their flight: hear us, we humbly pray., 380

But the ones who listened humbly learned to trust him and obey, 130

calling humbly on your name: hear us, holy Jesus., 352

Do justly, love mercy, walk humbly with your God., 695

Filled with awe and humbly bowing, at his feet we prostrate fall, 560

humbly now, I bow before you, love incarnate, I adore you, 588

Lord, on you we humbly call; let your blessing rest on all., 445

Lord Jesus Christ, we humbly pray: O, keep us steadfast till that day, 228

Lord Jesus Christ, we humbly pray that we may feast on you today, 228

Mighty God, we humbly pray, let your pow'r now lead the way, 586

my portion, my all, at your holy feet humbly pleading I fall., 608

Now in faith I humbly ponder over this surpassing wonder, 588

Now we bring ourselves to you; cleanse us, Lord, we humbly pray, 741

O Wind of God, come, bend us, break us, till humbly we confess our need, 47

Send us, God of new beginnings, humbly hopeful into life., 398

take up your cross with willing heart, and humbly follow after me.", 758

Then justly, in mercy, we'll humbly walk with God., 695

We bend before your throne and humbly chant your praise, 633

we humbly meet before your face and in your presence love-feast keep., 437

When you took our flesh to set us free, you humbly chose the virginís womb., 234

who to Jesus humbly cleaving pay obedience to his word, 717

With your presence, Lord, our Head and Savior, bless us all, we humbly pray, 447

You only asked me to follow humbly., 613


According to thy gracious word, in meek humility, 422

Alleluia, alleluia!Came in deep humility., 55

Give deep humility; the sense of godly sorrow give, 750

Lord and King of Hosts was he, but he showed deep humility., 277

There absorbing Christlike going, taught by your humility., 684

to him our heartfelt thanks we pay in deep humility., 364


Good soil! A human field! A hundredfold to yield., 501


but we believe it was for us he hung and suffered there., 353

Lord, who in your cross and passion hung beneath a darkened sky, 692

the cross you hung upon -- all you endeavored done., 644

while on cross you hung suspended till your life in flesh had ended., 419


as all her deepest gladness meets the hunger of the world., 431

As you did hunger and did thirst, so teach us, gracious Lord, 341

feed the mouths that hunger, soothe the wounds that bleed, 582

Feed us, Jesus, we in hunger stand., 418

For food in a world where many walk in hunger, 829

these the fruits for which we hunger as your gifts for all unfold., 496

We who endanger, who create hunger, 655

When I hunger, Jesus feeds me, into pleasant pastures leads me, 723


For us baptized, for us he bore his holy fast and hungered sore, 485


seem hungering and thirsting to hear it, like the rest., 625


of doubts and hungers, new and old, temptation waiting to take hold., 337

to walk your diff'rent walk, from fears and hungers freed, 418


God of the hungry, God of the sick, God of the prodigal, 30, 462

high above this hungry, suff'ring world of ours:, 651

his manna for each hungry soul, the lost and weary find., 487

Hungry and thirsty, faint and weak, as you when here below, 411

Hungry, thirsty -- we will feed them; greet the stranger; care and heal, 624

In our worldwide task of caring for the hungry and despairing, 449

My spirit's hungry craving you can forever still, 484

O feed me, Lord, that I may feed your hungry ones with manna sweet., 646

Still your children wander homeless; still the hungry cry for bread, 688

to feed the hungry children, give drink to those who thirst, 503

to feed the hungry, quench their thirst, make love and peace our fast, 696

"When I was hungry, thirsty, and homeless, sick and in prison you showed me your love.Ē, 149

You satisfy the hungry heart with gift of finest wheat., 417


where hate and fear divide us, and bitter threats are hurled, 142, 683


The flame shall not hurt you; I only design your dross to consume and your gold to refine., 709

Lord, hasten to bring in your kingdom on earth, when no one shall hurt or destroy, 682

Now heal our anger, hurt and pain; now make the wounded whole., 674

where there is hurt, may we forgive; where there is strife, may we make one., 693

from the sins that hurt us; would to truth convert us, 186, 270, 273


still comforts us when hurting and calms our hidden fears., 503


gentle our hurts and still our cries; comfort, heal, bless, make us wise., 497

Forgive the hurts our selfishness inflicted on those we love and those who love us best., 671


For Hus the fearless martyr we give you thanks and praise, 391


hush the storm of strife and passion, bid its cruel discords cease., 648


Hushed was the evening hymn, the temple courts were dark, 609


the world meanwhile on empty husks must feed., 593


And the church which still is one, let us swell the solemn hymn:, 74

Hail, Abraham's God and ours! One mighty hymn we raise., 468

Hark, the glad celestial hymn angel choirs above are raising, 386

Hushed was the evening hymn, the temple courts were dark, 609

hymn and chant and high thanksgiving and the shout of jubilee:, 483

I hear the real, though far off hymn that hails a new creation., 701

Lord of all, to you we raise this our hymn of grateful praise., 538

Sing to God a hymn of gladness, sing to God a hymn of praise, 93

Sing with all the peope of God, and join in the hymn of all creation., 238


her sweet communion, solemn vows, her hymns of love and praise., 513

Hymns of praise then let us sing, alleluia!, 358

In grateful hymns we praise the Christ, the Lamb once slain., 214

lest our hymns should drug us to forget our needs, 651

let hymns of praise his triumph tell. Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!, 361

O then with hymns of praise these hallowed courts shall ring, 517

Our Christ has brought us over with hymns of victory, 90

our hymns in glad thanksgiving in gratitude we raise, 774

Send forth your sturdy hymns of old, the psalms of ancient days., 786

thus evermore shall rise to thee glad hymns of praise from land and sea., 725

To you before your passion they sang their hymns of praise, 342

Unseal our lips to sing your praise in endless hymns through all our days, 561