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BAPTIST HYMNAL

Edited by WALTER HINES SIMS

CONVENTION

PRESS

Nashville, Tennessee

FOREWORD
B A P T I S T H Y M N A L is the work of a committee of thirty-seven men and women from all sections of the Southern Baptist Convention. From the beginning it was determined that the committee would compile a flexible hymnbook suited to all types of churches, services, and needs of the denomination. Also, it was desired that the hymnal be designed especially for congregational singing. Genuine effort has been made to preserve the many hymns and gospel songs which have been so meaningful to the worship, education, and evangelistic activities of Southern Baptists through the years. W i t h the exception of attractive new hymns, all have become standard through successful use and the endless testing of time. Included in the hymnal are complete indexes of authors, composers, tunes, meters, topics, first lines and titles, doxologies, responses, benedictions, and a comprehensive selection of responsive readings complete with its own topical and scriptural indexes. Dates of birth and death of authors and composers have been given as well as other pertinent information. T u n e names appear on all hymns and gospel songs, many having been named for the first time in this book. Amens have been included only on the hymns where text and tune make them compatible. Convention Press acknowledges with grateful appreciation the kind co-operation of individuals and publishers who have granted permission for the use of their copyrighted hymns in Baptist Hymnal. An earnest effort has been made to ascertain the copyright status of each hymn included. Should there be any inclusions without proper permission and credit, Convention Press will upon notification, gladly make the necessary corrections in subsequent editions. Convention Press is greatly indebted to committee members for their many months of unselfish service in compiling the hymnal. Subcommittees on contents and topical index, words

CONVENTION PRESS Nashville, Tennessee All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured

1956

Thirty-fourth Printing 5500-01

Printed in the United States of America 100JY74KSP

and theology, tunes, and responsive readings made outstanding contributic ns and are due highest commendations. W i t h the editor serving as chairman, the committee consisted of the following:
Theodore F. Adams Clifton J. Allen Warren M. Angell Claude U. Broach Herman F. Burns George W. Card Martha Moore Clancy Howard P. Colson J. Marvin Crowe William J. Fallis Allen W. Graves J. D. Grey Forrest H. Heeren Clifford A. Holcorab T . Luther Holcorab Harold E. Ingraham W. D. Kendall Paul McCommon W. Plunkett Martin Ruth Nininger Russell Newport William J. Norton William R. Pettigrew William J. Reynolds Fred G. Scholfield Samuel Shanko Genter L. Stephens James L. Sullivan Noble Van Ness Keith Von Hagen G. Allen West Jerome O. Williams John H. Williams Loren R. Williams J. Campbell Wray Kyle M. Yates

CONTENTS
FOREWORD PREFACE . v ix

Hymn Numbers I. GENERAL WORSHIP 1. 2. 3. 4. Adoration and Praise Morning Evening The Lord's Day 1-20 21-26 27-35 36-39

T h e editor is particularly indebted to Loren R. Williams, William J. Reynolds, Novella D. Preston, and Alta C. Faircloth, who have comprised his editorial staff and who have contributed immeasurably to many editorial phases of the book.
W. H I N E S SIMS, Secretary

II. GOD T H E FATHER 1. God's Glory and Power 2. God's Love and Grace 3. God's Guidance and Care III. JESUS CHRIST T H E SON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. His His His His His Birth Life Suffering and Death Resurrection and Exaltation Return 63-81 82-89 90-106 107-118 119-127 128-164 165-175 176-187 40-46 47 - 52 53-62

Church Music Department Sunday School Board

6. Praise and Adoration IV. T H E HOLY SPIRIT V. T H E WORD OF GOD VI. SALVATION 1. Salvation by Grace 2. Repentance and Confession 3. Invitation and Acceptance VII. T H E CHRISTIAN LIFE 1. Faith and Trust 2. Assurance vii

188-209 210-225 226-250

251-261 262-280

3. 4. 5. 6 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Hope Love Peace and Comfort Jy Aspiration . . _ Prayer Consecration Fellowship The Christian Home

281-287 288-293 294-303 304-3 1 1 312-326 327-344 345-364 365-372 373_377

PREFACE
C H R I S T I A N I T Y has progressed on wings of song from the birth of Christ to our day. In every service of worship great congregational singing plays a vital part. This singing of hymns is a Christian privilege given to every redeemed soul. T h e Scriptures admonish all believers to sing "psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your hearts to the Lord." Each worshiper, as he sings "with the spirit, and . . . with the understanding," actively participates in the services. H e feels the unifying influence of music. His heart is attuned to God and his purposes for human life through hymns of praise, adoration, prayer, consecration, and testimony. Each Christian can express the inmost feelings of his soul through the singing of hymns. Authors and composers have left us a rich heritage of hymnody. In this music we find expressed every feeling and emotion, every truth and doctrine of our Christian faith. As we sing, we not only express what is in our hearts, but we grow in Christian character and are strengthened in our faith. Convention Press sends forth the Baptist Hymnal as a hymnbook designed especially for congregational singing. It is our prayer that through the choice hymns and gospel songs found in this book great and spirited singing may become the standard of every church, and that, as he sings, every person may be lifted to a closer walk with the Saviour at whose birth the angels sang.
JAMES L. SULLIVAN

VIII. T H E CHURCH 1. Hymns on the Church 2. Baptism 3. The Lord's Supper IX. T H E KINGDOM OF GOD 1. 2. 3. 4. Stewardship Christian Warfare Service Brotherhood 399-404 405-423 424-440 44 1_ 447 448-463 464-467 468-485 486-513 514-554
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X. MISSIONS XI. SOCIAL BETTERMENT XII. T H E IMMORTAL LIFE XIII. SPECIAL OCCASIONS XIV. DOXOLOGIES, RESPONSES, BENEDICTIONS XV. RESPONSIVE READINGS XVI. INDEXES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Index of Authors, Translators, and Sources . . Index of Composers, Arrangers, and Sources . . Metrical Index Tune Index Index of Doxologies, Responses, Benedictions . Topical Index Index of First Lines and Titles
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GENERAL WORSHIP ADORATION AND PRAISE

Holy, Holy, Holy


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REGENT SQUARE. 8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 7.
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GOD'S GLORY AND POWER

45 God Who Touchest Earth with Beauty


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GOD'S LOVE AND GRACE

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GOD'S LOVE AND GRACE

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There's a Wideness in God's Mercy


WELLESLEY. 8. 7. 8. 7.
LIZZIE S. TOURJEE, 1858-1913

God Is Love, His Mercy Brightens


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O Love of God Most Full


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HIS BIRTH

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HIS BIRTH

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HIS LIFE

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127 I Know that My Redeemer Liveth


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SALVATION

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A Glory Gilds the Sacred Page


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I Saw the Cross of Jesus


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218 While We Pray and While We Plead


WHY NOT NOW?
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220
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"Come unto Me, Ye Weary"


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INVITATION AND ACCEPTANCE

McCONNELSVILLE. Mrs. C. H . MORRIS, 1862-1929

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SALVATION

INVITATION AND ACCEPTANCE

232

I Am Praying for You


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234
ELIZA REED, 1794-1867, alt.

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236
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COM/NG HOME.
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238
P H I L I P P . B U S S , 1838-1876

"Whosoever Will"
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Just As I Am
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INVITATION AND ACCEPTANCE

Depth of Mercy! Can There Be


SEYMOUR.
CHARLES WESLEY, 1707-1788

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268 All the Way My Saviour Leads Me


ALL THE WAY.
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I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say


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ASPIRATION

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Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing 313


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MORE LIKE JESUS. 7. 7. 7. 7. D.
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In the Hour of Trial


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Sweet Hour of Prayer


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B. B. MCKINNEY, 1886-1952

Speak to My Heart
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Lord, Send a Revival


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I Need Thee Every Hour


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God Be with You


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O Thou Whose Hand Hath Brought Us 379


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BAPTISM

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This Rite Our Blest Redeemer Gave 384


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He leads us through this hallowed wave, To His ex - am - pie cleav - ing. He saved my soul, and left His Word To guide me now and ev - er. My heart is fixed, no fears ap-pall. Thy gra-cious power shall hold me. On souls that fol-low Christ shall break The Spir - it's beam of glo - ry.

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ROYAL BANNER.
DANIEL W. WHITTLE, 1840-1901

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411 Dare to Be Brave, Dare to Be True


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