Around Christ's table we commune in fellowship supreme, 439

Be present at our table, Lord; be here and everywhere adored, 816

"Come now, you blessed, eat at my table,Ē, 149

From Christís own table we are fed, 225

here are table, font, and pulpit; here the cross has central place., 564

here is the heav'nly table spread anew, 421

In faith we'll gather round the table to taste and share what love can do., 784

meet at my table and record the full obedience of the Lord.", 355

My table thou has furnished in presence of my foes, 720

Now let us from this table rise renewed in body, mind, and soul, 221

O come to his table, all who love him, 412

Ponder now the meal well spread, on the table, wine and bread., 227

Praise God, who gives our daily bread and has again our table spread., 816

Savior, abide with us, and spread your table in our heart., 411

to lay our bed on rougher ground, to set our table in the crowd, 440

We have gathered at your table set with bread and wine, 420

Your hand, in sight of all my foes, shall still my table spread, 730


and take me home, what joy shall fill my heart., 112, 465

and take not your Holy Spirit from me, 79

Changed from glory into glory, till in heav'n we take our place, 474

he bled and died to take away my sin., 465

Take away the love of sinning; Alpha and Omega be, 124, 474

Take my heart -- it is your own, 647

take my moments and my days, 647

Take my life, O Lord, renew, consecrate my heart to you, 647

Take my love; my Lord, I pour at your feet its treasure store, 647

Take my mind that I may use ev'ry pow'r as you should choose., 647

Take my motives and my will, all your purpose to fulfill., 647

Take my wealth, all I possess, make me rich in faithfulness., 647

take myself, and I will be yours for all eternity., 647

Take this drink and know the grace, Christís own presence in this place., 227

When homeward we go, we must take Jesus with us, 304

with a peace the world can't give you, neither shall it take away!, 443


all is solitude and gloom; who has taken him away?, 349

God has given, he has taken, but his children ne'er forsaken, 667

Till I from earth am taken to see you face to face, 89


takes on himself the servantís form, to set his people free., 185


From age to age the tale declares how with the three disciples there, 327


the talent when buried was withered, the manna, when hoarded, decayed, 656


born with talents, make us servants fit to answer at your throne., 652

Lest the gifts we offer, money, talents, time, 651

possessions, time, and talents, to answer to your call., 391


Then talk no more of wasted time, but Godward look, and upward climb, 803


He walks with me and talks with me along life's narrow way., 792


Forgive our haste that tampers unaware. Help us renew the face of the earth., 654


its tangled skein of care: our inward life repair., 644


but carved a track of burning love through tangles of deceit and lies., 583


Target of the devil's rage, and by his own disowned, 336


if you tarry till you're better, you will never come at all., 765

Morning Star, my soulís true light, tarry not, dispel my night., 281


And when my task on earth is done, when by thy grace the victory's won, 787

Facing a task unfinished that drives us to our knees, 634

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

It was no light or easy task to wake this one who slept, 338

no humble task refused your love bestows., 653

Rise up, O saints of God! His kingdom's task embrace, 628

taking his own task upon us, all his sacred words obey., 635

The task your wisdom has assigned here let me cheerfully fulfill, 638

This holy task, O Lord, your church must quite fulfill, 633

To us, to us, this task is giv'n: to spread God's word. Amen., 543

Yet, Lord, you summon us anew to grasp the task unfinished., 518


certain tasks had seemed unnerving, but you've proven you're the one, 622

For taking light the tasks now ours, belittling oft our given pow'rs, 738

the tasks of our evíryday life we will face, 136


a taste of honeyed sweetness to nourish heart and mind, 508

Before we taste of death, we see your kingdom come, 326

here taste afresh the calm of sin forgiv'n., 421

In faith we'll gather round the table to taste and share what love can do., 784

let me your loving servant be and taste your promised rest., 764


He truly tasted death to give us hope again, 356


He's my only joy and treasure; tasteless is all worldly pleasure, 594


Let new lips, tasting vict'ry won, inspire our hearts grown cold with fear, 379

my life below be brightened by tasting of your grace, 484


As we are taught of Jesus we celebrate the faith, 434

by your patience and your courage, you have taught us work is good., 576

Check ev'ry wand'ring thought, and let us all be taught, 563

For us he prayed; for us he taught; for us his daily works he wrought, 485

"Forgive our sins as we forgive," you taught us, Lord, to pray, 777

Great things he has taught us, great things he has done, 550

has displaced the grounds of wonder which the ancient prophets taught., 664

in care for others taught us how God's true community must grow:, 803

In your mercy, Lord, you called me, taught my sin-filled heart and mind, 612

Jesus taught both by example and with words of lasting worth, 665

O let that faith which you have taught be treasured in our breast, 703

only what your grace has taught us calms the sinner's deep distress., 331

Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us., 707

Taught to say your holy praises, which on earth your children sing, 660

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

'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear and grace my fears relieved, 783

whatever my lot, you have taught me to say, 754


and teach us how to share our bread and feed the starving multitude., 694

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

Be with me, Lord, where'er I go; teach me what you would have me do, 733

By your Spirit's light teach me, Lord, aright, 473

Christ is ris'n -- he meets our eyes! Savior, teach us so to rise., 349

Come now, O Lord, and teach us how to pray., 742

God, teach us peacemaking in church and home, in school and hall beneath Capitol dome, 687

God, teach us peacemaking in ev'ry role. In each relationship make peace our goal., 687

God, teach us peacemaking, justice and love. Blessed by Christ's teaching, we're lifted above, 687

God, teach us peacemaking unto the end -- parent or child, or as stranger or friend --, 687

Great example from above, teach us all like you to love., 670

help us in love to share, teach us like you to care, 653

Help us, O Lord, to teach the beauty of your ways, 666

I need thee ev'ry hour; teach me thy will, 740

I see the cross -- there teach my heart to cling., 490

into new deeds of truth, not lies; teach us love, peace, 497

Like a father, you protect me, teach me the discerning eye, 669

Lord, enter now our souls and teach us by your grace, 318

Lord, teach us all an attitude that thanks you all our days, 451

Lord, teach us how to pray aright, with rev'rence and with fear, 750

Lord, we look for your returning, teach us so to walk your ways, 111

Lord, you call us to your service: ďIn my name baptize and teach.Ē, 71, 617

O blessed Lord, teach me your law, your righteous judgments I declare, 510

O, draw near us! For you teach us Godís own love through you has reached us., 189

O teach me, Lord, that I may teach the precious truths which you impart., 646

O teach us all your perfect will to understand and to fulfill:, 734

O teach your trav'ling pilgrims by this their path to trace, 505

Teach me some melodious sonnet, sung by flaming tongues above., 782

teach me the patience of unceasing prayer., 490

teach me the struggles of the soul to bear, 490

teach me the wayward feet to stay, and guide them in the homeward way., 735

Teach me to feel that you are always nigh, 490

Teach me to love you as your angels love, 224, 490

teach me to love your truth, for you are love., 199, 502

Teach me your patience; share with me a closer, dearer company., 735

teach us, deflect us, Christ reconnect us, 655

teach us, dying Savior, how true Christians live., 651

teach us how to love each other, lift us to the joy divine., 544

teach us the secret of the true shalom., 766

Teach us to ask ourselves from day to day, 742

Teach us to love in truth, to give and to receive, 801

Teach us to love with heart, soul, and mind., 489

Teach us to use our lives with purpose and with power, 801

teach us with you to mourn our sins, and close by you to stay., 341

The path of prayer you also trod; Lord, teach us how to pray, 749

the wisdom of my God to teach, his hand to guide, his shield to ward, 237

to teach the way of life and peace -- it is a Christlike thing., 657

to touch and teach, to comfort, feed, your love the world to share., 481

to us the path of knowledge show, and teach us in her ways to go., 274


Come as a teacher, sent from God, charged his whole counsel to declare, 432

Teacher, Creator, God, enfold us in your arms, 801

teacher, healer, suff'ring servant, friend of sinners, foe of pride:, 642


In the same way Christian teachers model true humanity, 665


God of science, histíry, teaching, God of futures yet unknown, 132

God, teach us peacemaking, justice and love. Blessed by Christ's teaching, we're lifted above, 687

healing, teaching, and reclaiming, serving you by loving all., 652

healing, teaching, seeking, reaching; you loved us on earth., 542

In the crowds that came to Jesus, teaching up and down the land, 130

teaching us to bear our cross to know your kind of joy., 336

that your word to us is given, teaching us with love outpoured, 506

The seed of Christ's/his teaching, receptive souls reaching, 136, 194


by your teachings true and holy, drawn from earth to love you solely., 558


and often for each other flows the sympathizing tear., 680

Prayer is the burden of a sigh, the falling of a tear, 749

tear out the weed, and sow the seed., 501

When Jesus wept, the falling tear in mercy flowed beyond all bound, 335


And from my contrite heart, with tears, two wonders I confess:, 329

Be still, my soul: when change and tears are past, 757

by his tears and bloody sweat, he earned his children's bread., 336

Christ looks down upon his faithful, leaving them in happy tears., 370

For her my tears shall fall, for her my prayers ascend, 513

for mem'ries gathered through the years, and faith that grows from joys and tears., 804

from paths where hide the lures of greed we catch the vision of your tears., 581

God of our weary years, God of our silent tears, 707

God's love and truth have led us through all our joys and tears., 435

he was little, weak, and helpless; tears and smiles like us he knew, 292

In heav'n above, in heav'n above, no tears of pain are shed, 810

laughter and quick-dried tears, freshness and energy:, 800

make darkness turn to day, wipe sorrow's tears away, 705

often weeping, often weeping grateful tears of joy., 636

on needy souls to sow in tears, with hope to reap in joy., 399

Our conflicts and our fears, our triumphs and our tears, 690

spent in serving congregations, spreading joys and soothing tears!, 665

Then eyes with joy shall sparkle that brimmed with tears of late, 17, 394

though ills have weight, and tears their bitterness., 807

We have come over a way that with tears has been watered., 707

We turn to you, God, with our thanks and our tears, 678

where there is night, may we sow light; where all is tears, may we sow joy., 693

who cried our tears and shared our joys, who roundly laughed with mirth., 481

You have kindly led us through our joys and tears, 205

your Spirit's gracious leading through all its joys and tears, 433


Technology, learning, philosophy, youth Ė all leave us still yearning for your word of truth., 128


and tell the old, old story of Jesus and his love., 625

and thus in sweet concert Christ's praises to tell, 675

By the Spirit we're empowered: "Tell the good news, life renew.", 624

go tell to others how Jesus loves them, 412

God gave us eyes to see them, and lips that we might tell, 467

Good news is ours to tell! Let no one fail to hear!, 138, 160

I love to tell the story of unseen things above, 625

Let ev'ry race and ev'ry language tell of him who saves our lives from death and hell., 623

O tell of his might, O sing of his grace, 566

Rejoice in his triumph and tell of his pow'r --, 547

tell how he stooped to save his lost creation, 618

tell me your secret, help me bear the strain of toil, the fret of care. 735

tell of love which knows no limits, grace which meets all human needs, 69, 526

tell them how he sought and found you, gave you grace from heav'n above., 515

The day of resurrection! Earth, tell it out abroad, 90

this mirth is such a wondrous thing that I must tell you all and sing., 307

to tell to all the world that God is light, 618

We may not know, we cannot tell what pains he had to bear, 353

We've a story to tell to the nations, that shall turn their hearts to the right, 621

what seems, each time I tell it, more wonderfully sweet!, 625

you can tell the love of Jesus, and say, "He died for all,", 500


and we rejoice in the telling of his dear grace in us dwelling., 316

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


from rock and tempest, fire and foe protect them wheresoe'er they go, 725

Lord, when the tempest rages, I need not fear, 791

while the raging billows roll, while the tempest still is high, 724


when tempests fierce assail me, they're calm at his command., 769


A church erected to endure, the temple of our God., 439

and to his temple suddenly the Lord of life has come., 318

chooses to live with us in love, making our bodies his temple., 512

Fling wide the portals of your heart; make it a temple set apart, 51

give us a pure and lowly heart, a temple fit for you., 584

God is in his temple; all in us keep silence, 554

high in the heav'ns his temple stands, all earthly temples excelling., 512

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

In his temple now behold him, see the long-expected Lord, 314

Let all who hear now to his temple draw near, joining in glad adoration., 530

Make me your abode, a temple of God, 608

Not in a temple made with hands God the Almighty is dwelling, 512

suddenly return, and never, never more your temple leave., 218, 474

suddenly the Lord descending in his temple shall appear., 293

To your temple, Lord, I come, for it is my worship home., 553


his watch, the temple-child, the little Levite, kept, 609


high in the heav'ns his temple stands, all earthly temples excelling., 512

His promise keeps us strong and sure; we trust the holy signature inscribed upon our temples, 761


conquered each test and temptation, by his death brought us salvation., 316

keep vigil with our heav'nly Lord in his temptation and his fast., 339

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

temptation presses and its voice is sweet:, 759


for us temptations sharp he knew, for us the tempter overthrew., 485

Have we trials and temptations? Is there trouble anywhere?, 743

temptations lose their pow'r when thou art nigh., 740

when temptations come alluring, make us patient and enduring, 799


May we, whenever tempted to dejection, 812


a sword to face the tempter, a seed of life divine, 508

for us temptations sharp he knew, for us the tempter overthrew., 485

tempter's pow'r

Go to dark Gethsemane, all who feel the tempter's pow'r, 349

What but your grace can foil the tempter's pow'r?, 807

When the death shades round us low'r guard us from the tempter's pow'r, 352


I see the sights that dazzle, the tempting sounds I hear., 603

ten thousand

in the arms of my dear Savior, O there are ten thousand charms., 765

Ten thousand times ten thousand in sparkling raiment bright, 394

When we've been there ten thousand years, bright shining as the sun, 783


Deep in our heart we tend the flame, and as your servant we remain., 536

fondly tend and safely keep them in your mercy strong and true., 660

God his own shall tend and nourish, in his holy courts they flourish., 667

I, the Lord of wind and flame, I will tend the poor and lame., 641

to tend those lost in loneliness is angels' work below., 657


a little child so tender, sweet, that you should skip upon your feet., 307

and enjoy your tender care: hear us, holy Jesus., 352

As with a motherís tender hand, he leads his own, his chosen band, 15, 537

Bless all the dear children in your tender care, 301

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

God who guides with tender mercy, fills the heart with loving care., 637

haunted by that life so tender, pard'ning, bleeding, crucified., 557

Jesus, for your love most tender on the cross for sinners shown, 310

Let your heart be tender and your vision clear --, 582

Lord Jesus Christ, invited guest and Savior, with tender mercy hear us as we pray, 427

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

May that love, so strong and tender, bind us fast to him alone, 53

Now all the heav'nly splendor breaks forth in starlight tender from myriad worlds unknown, 572

O perfect life, be now their full assurance of tender charity and steadfast faith, 427

O tender heav'nly friend, to you our prayers ascend, 563

round yon virgin mother and child. Holy infant so tender and mild, 297

Savior, like a shepherd lead us; much we need your tender care, 731

Tender Shepherd, never leave them, never let them go astray, 660

This flow'r, so small and tender, with fragrance fills the air, 302

with your tender blessing may our eyelids close., 567

your mercies how tender, how firm to the end, 566


O what wonders you have rendered who, O Christ, your self have tendered, 419


Praise to the Father for his lovingkindness, tenderly caring for his erring children, 383

Tenderly he shields and spares us, well our feeble frame he knows, 529


For God, in grace and tenderness, regarded us in our distress, 519

Then in your tenderness re-make us; revive, restore, for this we plead., 47


in your tending may all pastors learn and live a shepherd's care, 642


henceforth in fields of conquest your tents will be our home:, 753


from our foolish error, ere he comes in terror., 186, 270, 273

lest we justify some terror with an antiquated creed., 664


conquered each test and temptation, by his death brought us salvation., 316

must claim and test its heritage and keep on rising from the dead., 694


He took the cup and blessed the wine: "Share this new testament, my blood!", 355


thy testamental cup I take, and thus remember thee., 422


Then should we be ever ready cheerfully to testify, 589


your testimonies make me glad, for they are wealth beyond compare., 510


till we sing before th'Almighty lost in wonder, love, and praise., 218


God reveals his presence, whom th'angelic legions serve with awe in heav'nly regions., 554


for the anguish in the garden, we will thank you evermore, 334

How can I thank you; how can I?, 307

How shall we thank you, Christ, our Lord, for holy life and blood outpoured?, 333

Now thank we all our God with heart and hands and voices, 533

O God, in whom our trust we place, we thank you for your word of grace, 509

Spirit, we thank you, for these new days, 535

thank him for the faithfulness wherewith he his witnesses, 108

thank you for the groaning, sighing, for the vict'ry of your dying, 334

Thank you, God, for making planet earth, 654

Thank you, God, for minerals and ores, 654

Thank you, God, for priceless energy, 654

Thank you, God, for water, soil, and air, 654

Thank you, God, for weaving nature's life, 654

then thank the Lord, O thank the Lord for all his love., 162, 453

we join to thank you for the life remembered, 812

we thank you for your word of grace, 161

We thank you, Lord, for dreams of youth, for wisdom leading on to truth, 804

We thank you, our Creator, for all things bright and good, 453

We thank you then, O Father, for all things bright and good, 162

We thank you, then, O God of heav'n, that you to us this faith have giv'n, 700

We thank you with uplifted voice, this word of praise our joyful choice:, 541

What language shall I borrow to thank you, dearest friend, 75, 345

with their lips and hearts, sincerely, glad thank off'rings may they bring, 660


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

Come, you thankful people, come, raise the song of harvest-home, 450

for Lord Jesus' bitter passion may we ever thankful be., 560

Let thankful songs your tongues employ, 539

May he with all his gifts impart his crowning gift, a thankful heart., 816

thankful song shall rise forever, gracious donor of our days., 652

We are thankful when you feed us in this special way, 420

We'll bring him hearts that love him, we'll bring him thankful praise, 658

We'll crowd your gates with thankful songs, high as the heav'n our voices raise, 455

With thankful hearts your goodness we confess, 711


therefore let us joyful be and sing God's praises thankfully, 367


Songs of thankfulness and praise, Jesus, Lord, to you we raise, 65, 313


and as priests, his solemn praises each for a thank-off'ring brings., 522


All glory, honor, thanks, and praise to Christ our Lord and Savior, 518

All glory, worship, thanks and praise, that you have come in these our days!, 280

All praise and thanks to God the Father now be given, 533

And thanks never ceasing for infinite love., 105, 565

As stewards of the earth may we give thanks in one accord, 696

Come, let us all with gladness raise a joyous song of thanks and praise, 519

Come, let us worship and bow down, with thanks appear before his throne, 821

Eternal thanks, O God, the source of our salvation, 214

Eternal thanks we sing, great author of salvation, 488

for faith in world where many walk in fear, we give you thanks, O God., 829

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

For the fruit of all creation, thanks be to God., 449

for the words which you have spoken, now we give you thanks, O Lord., 190, 229

For this we sing through all our days and shout our thanks in ceaseless praise, 54

give thanks by fighting greed and waste that drain their treasures dry., 451

Give thanks, for as the kingdom comes it brings God's own shalom, 260

Give thanks for plains and valleys spaced by mountains thrusting high, 451

Give thanks in hope, rejoice, repent, and practice all you prayed, 451

give thanks to God for each new revelation, 830

God's word forever shall abide, no thanks to foes who fear it, 788

Holy Lord, holy Lord, thanks and praise be yours, O Lord, 506

how does the creature say grace how does the creature say thanks, 462

I give you thanks unfeigned, O Jesus, friend in need, 89

join, with hearts and voices raising, songs of thanks to Christ, our Lord., 193

Let praises ring; give thanks and bring to Christ our Lord adoration, 368

let us as night is falling, on God our Maker calling, give thanks to him, who loves us best., 572

Lord, teach us all an attitude that thanks you all our days, 451

Lord, your praise we sing, our glad thanks we bring, 542

O bless his holy name, and joyful thanks proclaim through all the earth, 452

O Jesus Christ, our gracious King, our praise and thanks to you we bring., 820

pay due homage to Christ Jesus, come with thanks before his face., 560

Rejoice! Rejoice! With thanks embrace another year of grace., 308

Rejoice, give thanks and sing and triumph evermore., 372

Rejoice, O pilgrim throng! Rejoice, give thanks and sing:, 786

Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice, give thanks and sing!, 786

Sing to our God a song of cheer in thanks that all may enter here., 520

thanks for this hour, with all its challenge, thanks for God's power with us always., 535

Thanks to his love's wide outpouring and to the Spirit's imploring, 316

Thanks we give and adoration for the/your gospelís joyful sound, 36, 145, 559

thousand, thousand thanks are due, dearest Jesus, unto you., 334

To God who gave the scriptures we bring our thanks today, 508

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

Today we raise our voices in thanks for days and years., 435

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

true thanks can never be content to foul the world God made., 451

We come to you, our Father, with thoughts of thanks and praise, 433

we give you thanks and praises and ask your Spirit's power, 391

we meet to close another year; accept the thanks our hearts express., 311

We turn to you, God, with our thanks and our tears, 678

we worship you, our thanks we bring, we praise you for your glory., 472

We worship you, we give you thanks, we praise you for your glory, 233

while they join as one returning praise and thanks to you their source., 664

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

With thanks we now remember Comenius the wise, 391

Yet to this place, an earthly frame, we come with thanks to praise his name, 512

You are the source of ev'ry gift, to you our song of thanks we lift., 815


abounding in thanksgiving for God's affirming word., 434

and high thanksgiving for God's purpose here --, 587

and made us thereby kings and priests unto God. To him thanksgiving be rendered.", 471

Help us to show thanksgiving for all you freely give, 162

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

In full thanksgiving for God's love, from which earth's blessings flow, 451

Let all things now living a song of thanksgiving, 448

our hymns in glad thanksgiving in gratitude we raise, 774

Praise and thanksgiving let ev'ryone bring, 540

The God of harvest praise; in loud thanksgiving raise hand, heart, and voice, 452

till all things now living unite in thanksgiving:, 448

With praise and thanksgiving to God ever living, 136

With praises and thanksgiving we enter this new year, 309