The African Methodist Episcopal Hymn and Tune Book: adapted to the doctrines and usages of the church (6th ed.)

Publisher: A.M.E. Book Concern, Philadelphia, 1902
Denomination: African Methodist Episcopal Church
Language: English
Notes: Numbering follows the hymnal numbering except where there are two tunes for a text or a separate doxology tune added, in which cases the editor has added "a" and "b" to the numbers.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
537Joyfully, joyfully, onward I moveCHRISTIAN VICTORPage Scan
538Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsAMSTERDAMPage Scan
539O tell me no more of this world's vain storeLYONSPage Scan
540By faith I view my Saviour dyingDULCIANAPage Scan
541Jesus, the mighty God, hath spokenDULCIANAPage Scan
542We're traveling home to heav'n aboveWILL YOU GO?Page Scan
543Brethren, we have met to worshipGREENVILLEPage Scan
544Christ, from whom all blessings flowHENDONPage Scan
545God of love, that hear'st the pray'rHENDONPage Scan
546God of mercy, hear our pray'rHORTONPage Scan
546bIn thy presence we appearHORTONPage Scan
547Pass me not, O gentle SaviourPASS ME NOTPage Scan
548Dark and thorny is the desertREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
548bPilgrims in this vale of sorrowREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
548cJesus calls us, o'er the tumultREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
549There is a gate that stands ajarTHE GATE AJAR FOR MEPage Scan
550"Almost persuaded" now to believeALMOST PERSUADEDPage Scan
551O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delightMEDITATIONPage Scan
552Oh, sometimes the shadows are deepTHE ROCK THAT IS HIGHERPage Scan
553Lord, I care not for richesIS MY NAME WRITTEN THERE?Page Scan
554My Jesus, I love thee, I know thou art mineAMO TEPage Scan
555Jesus, the very thought of theeORTONVILLEPage Scan
556It is the Lord--enthroned in lightORTONVILLEPage Scan
557Grant me within thy courts a placeWOODSTOCKPage Scan
558Welcome, O Saviour! to my heartWOODSTOCKPage Scan
559O God of mercy! hear my callWOODSTOCKPage Scan
560Go, labor on; spend and be spentWARDPage Scan
561Go, labor on, while it is dayWARDPage Scan
562I bless thee, Lord, for sorrows sentWARDPage Scan
563I cannot always trace the wayWELTONPage Scan
563bWhat sinners value I resignANTIGUAPage Scan
564Saviour, hear us, through thy meritLAYTONPage Scan
565He that goeth forth with weepingLAYTONPage Scan
566In the cross of Christ I gloryLAYTONPage Scan
567Jesus only, when the morningWILMOTPage Scan
568One there is above all othersWILMOTPage Scan
568bNot worthy, Lord! to gather up the crumbsPage Scan
569My heav'nly home is bright and fairHOMEPage Scan
570Come, let us ascend; My companion and friendMISSIONARYPage Scan
571This is the day the Lord has madeCHRISTMASPage Scan
572Come, let us join with one accordCHRISTMASPage Scan
573May I, throughout this day of thineCHRISTMASPage Scan
574Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone!HEBRONPage Scan
575Another six days' work is doneHEBRONPage Scan
576Sweet is the work, my God, my KingHEBRONPage Scan
577aThine early Sabbaths, Lord, we loveHAMBURGPage Scan
577bThine early Sabbaths, Lord, we loveST. CROSSPage Scan
578Welcome, sweet day of restLISBONPage Scan
579Hail to the Sabbath day!LISBONPage Scan
579bCall'd from above, I riseLISBONPage Scan
580This is the day, the sacred dayMARLOWPage Scan
581Another week is past and goneMARLOWPage Scan
582Neither "voice" we have nor "vision"AUSTRIAPage Scan
583Among assembled men of mightST. AGNESPage Scan
584The man that doth in secret placeST. AGNESPage Scan
585O Lord of hosts, how lovely isNAOMIPage Scan
586So they from strength unwearied goNAOMIPage Scan
587Praise ye the Lord; with all my heartNAOMIPage Scan
588O my soul, bless thou JehovahSICILYPage Scan
589Lord in anger do not chastenSICILYPage Scan
590Make haste, O my God, to deliver, I prayMEDITATIONPage Scan
591Why do the heathen storm with ire?MEDITATIONPage Scan
592Thus spake to me the holy OneMEDITATIONPage Scan
593Jehovah reigns, let earth be gladWELLSPage Scan
594Come, let us sing unto the LordWELLSPage Scan
595All people that on earth do dwellWELLSPage Scan
596The glory of the LordHARWICHPage Scan
597God's perfect law convertsHARWICHPage Scan
598aMy Shepherd is the Lord Most HighHEBRONPage Scan
598bMy Shepherd is the Lord Most HighMENDONPage Scan
599The earth and the fulness with which it is storedPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
600To thee I lift my soul, O LordWALNUT GROVEPage Scan
601Regard in tenderness, O LordWALNUT GROVEPage Scan
602Cold Gethsemane! the sweat and tearsWALNUT GROVEPage Scan
603In deep eternity, out lyingPILGRIMSPage Scan
603bBread of the world in mercy brokenPILGRIMSPage Scan
603cHither, ye faithful, haste with songs of triumphEMBRYPage Scan
603dWe would see Jesus--for the shadows lengthenEMBRYPage Scan
604Am I a soldier of the crossJENIFERPage Scan
605Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
606Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
606bThou very present AidDENNISPage Scan
606cHow gentle God's commands!DENNISPage Scan
607Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
608What a friend we have in JesusWHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUSPage Scan
609In thy cleft, O Rock of AgesHIDE THOU MEPage Scan
610Shall we meet beyond the riverSHALL WE MEET?Page Scan
611Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleepRESTPage Scan
612Jesus, the truth and power DivineRESTPage Scan
613Where are the dead? In heaven or hellRESTPage Scan
614Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb!WINDHAMPage Scan
615A twelve month more has rolled aroundWINDHAMPage Scan
616Say, brothers, will you meet us?WINDHAMPage Scan
617My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of CalvaryOLIVETPage Scan
618Saviour, I look to theeOLIVETPage Scan
619On Jordan's stormy banks I standINGLESIDEPage Scan
620Arise and shine, O Zion, fairINGLESIDEPage Scan
621Beneath our feet and o'er our headMEARPage Scan
622The heavenly treasure now we haveMEARPage Scan
623Behold, with awful pompPage Scan

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