The Advent Harp; designed for believers in the speedy coming of Christ

Publisher: J. V. Himes, Boston, 1849
Editor: J. V. Himes
Denomination: Adventist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: Hymns are numbered by the page number they start on. If two hymns start on the same page they have "a" or "b" behind the page number
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120aWhat heavenly music do I hear?Page Scan
120bWhen shall I see the dayPage Scan
121Six thousand years are nearly passedPage Scan
122aHark! the song of JubileePage Scan
122bBlow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
123Wake the song of JubileePage Scan
124aThy kingdom come! thus, day by dayPage Scan
124bGreat God, whose universal swayPage Scan
125aRejoice! the Lord is King!Page Scan
125bThe Saviour comes, his advent's nighPage Scan
126Arise and shine, O Zion fair!Page Scan
127aO when shall I see JesusPage Scan
127bAwake, and sing the songPage Scan
128Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
129aCome, ye that love the Saviour's namePage Scan
129bAll hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
130From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
131O Saviour, is thy promise fled?Page Scan
132aShall I, for fear of feeble manPage Scan
132bVain, delusive world, adieuPage Scan
133Let Zion's watchmen all awakePage Scan
134aAlmighty God, thy word is castPage Scan
134bLet every mortal ear attendPage Scan
135Thou hast said, exalted JesusPage Scan
136aO Lord, and will thy pardoning lovePage Scan
136bBuried beneath the yielding wavePage Scan
137aWhile in this sacred rite of thinePage Scan
137bCome in, thou blesséd of the LordPage Scan
138aHumble souls, that seek salvationPage Scan
138bSalem's great King, Jesus by namePage Scan
139"I come," the great Redeemer criesPage Scan
140'Twas on that dark and doleful night Page Scan
141aCome, Saviour, let thy tokens provePage Scan
141bThe blest memorials of thy griefPage Scan
142aMeeting in the Saviour's namePage Scan
142bJesus invites his saintsPage Scan
142cWith joy we meditate the gracePage Scan
143"Stricken, smitten, and afflicted"Page Scan
144aThe day approacheth, O my soulPage Scan
144bWith Jesus in our midstPage Scan
145aSweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
145bMay I, throughout this day of thinePage Scan
145cWelcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
146aReturn, my soul, enjoy thy restPage Scan
146bLord of the Sabbath, hear us prayPage Scan
147This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
148aEre another Sabbath's closePage Scan
148bLord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
148cWhen the worn spirit wants reposePage Scan
149Awake, ye saints, awakePage Scan
150aGreat God, the guardian of our youthPage Scan
150bFrom the first dawn of infant lifePage Scan
151aLord, let a few poor children raisePage Scan
151bThe praises of my tonguePage Scan
152aThe Sabbath day is come againPage Scan
152bWhen daily I kneel down to prayPage Scan
153aMy God, who makes the sun to knowPage Scan
153bWho taught the bird to build her nestPage Scan
154aWhy should I say, 'Tis yet too soonPage Scan
154bThe darkness is over, the sun is on highPage Scan
155aWhy should we start and fear to die?Page Scan
155bLife is a span, a fleeting hourPage Scan
156aHow many kindred souls are fledPage Scan
156bHow sweet the hour of closing dayPage Scan
157Ye living men, the tomb surveyPage Scan
158aLord, what a feeble piecePage Scan
158bHow blest the righteous when he dies!Page Scan
159aUnveil thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
159bGreat God, I own thy sentence justPage Scan
160aNaked as from the earth we camePage Scan
160bSince Jesus freely did appearPage Scan
161The fast which is the Lord's delightPage Scan
162Attend, and mark the solemn fastPage Scan
163aPour out thy Spirit from on highPage Scan
163bLord of hosts, to thee we raisePage Scan
164Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
165aMy God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
165bThus far the Lord hath lead me onPage Scan
166aGracious God, our children seePage Scan
166bO how charming, O how charmingPage Scan
168Now let us sing the coming fatePage Scan
169The pleasures of earth I have seen fade awayPage Scan
170Why sleep ye, my brethren? come, let us arisePage Scan
171Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
172Ye jewels of our MasterPage Scan
174aBless'd is the man whose soft'ning heartPage Scan
174bFrom whence doth this union arisePage Scan
175What poor despiséd companyPage Scan
176How happy are theyPage Scan
177By whom was David taughtPage Scan
178aHark, sinner, while God from on high doth entreat theePage Scan
178bBlest are the humble souls that seePage Scan
179O thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
180To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to partPage Scan
181A poor way-faring man of grief Page Scan
183While nature was sinking in stillness to restPage Scan
184How happy is the pilgrim's lot!Page Scan
185How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
186Come, Desire of nations, come!Page Scan
187Thine oath and promise, mighty GodPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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