No. First Line Meter Tune(s)
226 Praise Him! praise Him! Jesus our blessed Redeemer! Acclaim*
227 Peace! what a precious sound! Olivet*
Kirkby Bedon*
228 Praise, praise ye the Name of Jehovah, our God Salvation
229 Praise the Lord, and leave to-morrow Corinth°
230 Praise! thy Saviour, O my soul! Innocents*
Nomen Domini
231 Precious is the blood of Jesus (see note below) Anticipation
232 Praise the Lord, who died to save us (see note below) Neander*
233 Praise the Saviour, ye who know Him! Orphrah
234 Prayer is the soul's sincere desire CM Naomi
Nox Praecessit*
St. Agnes*
235 Press forward and fear not! St. Denio*
236 "Praise ye the Lord!" again, again CM Tiverton°
Old Winchester*
237 Rejoice! rejoice! ye saints, rejoice! CM Old Winchester*
238 Rise my soul! behold 'tis Jesus (see note below) Gotha*
Love Divine*
Chapel Brae+
239 Rise my soul! thy God directs thee Old 42nd
Newton Ferns*
Love Divine*
240 Rejoice, ye saints, the time draws near (see note below) PM Rapture
Trim Your Lamps°
241 Rise up and hasten! PM Hasten°
242 Revive Thy work, O Lord! SM Silchester*
Festal Song*
Holy Rood*
243 Safe in the arms of Jesus Heart's Refuge*
244 Saviour, more than life to me PM Myrrh
Every Day*
245 Saviour, Thy Name I love! Worship
246 Salvation to our God! Abraham°
247 Sound the high praises of Jesus, the King! PM Victory°
248 Simply trusting every day Trusting Jesus*
249 Sovereign grace! o'er sin abounding (see note below) Neander*
250 Son of God, 'twas love that made Thee Saphir
Room For Jesus*


  1. Repeat the 5th line of each verse when singing to the tune of Rhuddlan.
  2. Neander is also known as Unser Herrscher.
  3. Gotha is actually
  4. When singing to the tune of Trim Your Lamps add this second chorus:
    For the midnight cry,
    For the midnight cry,
    Trim your lamps and be ready,
    For the midnight cry.
  5. See note above for Hymn 232.