The Baptist Hymn Book: comprising a large and choice collection of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, adapted to the faith and order of the Old School, or Primitive Baptists (2nd stereotype Ed.)

Editor: Gilbert Beebe
Publisher: Signs of the Times, Middletown, N.Y., 1859
Denomination: Primitive Baptists
Language: English
Notes: The page scan is missing a couple pages.
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201Let Zion songs of triumph singPage Scan
202For a season called to partPage Scan
203Salvation by grace how charming the songPage Scan
204There is a Friend, that [who] sticketh fastPage Scan
205Behold what wondrous gracePage Scan
206Before the day star knew its placePage Scan
207Space and duration God doth fillPage Scan
208'Twas to redeem his bride from hellPage Scan
209Christ is the eternal RockPage Scan
210Head of thy [the] church triumphantPage Scan
211Believers own they are but blindPage Scan
212'Tis the Bridegroom's voice I hearPage Scan
213O happy spouse, Jehovah's bridePage Scan
214As branches from the vinePage Scan
215In ties of blood, with Zion onePage Scan
216Assist my soul, my heavenly KingPage Scan
217Jesus, we bless thy Father's namePage Scan
218Behold the potter and the clayPage Scan
219But few among the carnal wisePage Scan
220There was an hour when Christ rejoicedPage Scan
221Jesus, the man of constant griefPage Scan
222How happy are we, Our election who seePage Scan
223Who shall condemn to endless flamesPage Scan
224Who shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
225O my distrustful heart, how small thy faith appearsPage Scan
226Sons we are, through God's electionPage Scan
227All the elected trainPage Scan
228Expand, my soul, arise, my songPage Scan
229Deep in the everlasting mind The great mysterious purpose layPage Scan
230Our Jesus loves his dear electPage Scan
231Brethren, would you know your stayPage Scan
232Fixed was the eternal state of manPage Scan
233Jehovah in council, resolved to fulfilPage Scan
234In the scheme of man's salvation I, as wisdom, did convenePage Scan
235How vast the benefits divine, which wePage Scan
236Before the sun, the fount of light A single round had runPage Scan
237O'er mercy's unfathomed abyssPage Scan
238'Twas fixed in God's eternal mindPage Scan
239Sovereign Ruler of the skiesPage Scan
240There is a period known to GodPage Scan
241Thrice comfortable hopePage Scan
242Of God's great love, ere time beganPage Scan
243How oft have [hath] sin and Satan [nature] strove [striven]Page Scan
244Rejoice ye saints, in every state, Divine decreesPage Scan
245The Father's free electing gracePage Scan
246Assist my soul, my heavenly KingPage Scan
247That was a wonder working wordPage Scan
248Vain are the hopes that rebels placePage Scan
249As new born babes desire the breastPage Scan
250From deep distress and troubled thoughtsPage Scan
251Blest is the man, for ever blestPage Scan
252Why does your face, ye humble [troubled] soulsPage Scan
253'Tis mine, the covenant of his gracePage Scan
254The covenant of free gracePage Scan
255With David's Lord, and ours A covenant was madePage Scan
256O the mysterious depths of gracePage Scan
257Come, saints, and sing in sweet accord Nor let your sorrows swellPage Scan
258Great Source of all eternal gracePage Scan
259When in the cloud, with colors fairPage Scan
260Lord of creation's wondrous framePage Scan
261By covenant transaction, and bloodPage Scan
262Ye ransomed sons of Adam's racePage Scan
263How high a privilege 'tis to knowPage Scan
264My Savior, let me hear thy voicePage Scan
265Sovereign of all the worlds on highPage Scan
266Let others boast their ancient linePage Scan
267Hark! for 'tis God's own Son that callsPage Scan
268Come, let us join with saints above Who have obtained the prizePage Scan
269Not all the nobles of the earth who boast the honors of their birthPage Scan
270Now begin the heavenly themePage Scan
271Hark, the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
272Jesus, with all thy saints abovePage Scan
273Come, raise your thankful voicePage Scan
274O the power of love divinePage Scan
275There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]Page Scan
276The Lord, in the day of his angerPage Scan
277Poor, weak, and worthless though I amPage Scan
278How wondrous are the works of GodPage Scan
279The man that's only born of manPage Scan
280On Zion's sacred mount I saw The lamb for sinners slainPage Scan
281Till God the Spirit's rising beamPage Scan
282Ye slaves of sin, redeemed by bloodPage Scan
283Plunged in a [the] gulf of dark [deep] despairPage Scan
284Enslaved by sin and bound in chainsPage Scan
285ôTis finished, so the Savior cried, and meeklyPage Scan
286Bought with the Savior's precious bloodPage Scan
287Nothing but thy blood, O Jesus can relievePage Scan
288And did the Holy and the JustPage Scan
289Now have I found the ground whereinPage Scan
290Does conscience lay a guilty chargePage Scan
291Thou dear Redeemer, dying LambPage Scan
292Join every tongue to singPage Scan
293Father, I sing thy wondrous grace I bless my Savior's namePage Scan
294When Isr'l's grieving tribes complainedPage Scan
295How shall the sons of men appearPage Scan
296In vain we seek for peace with God By methods of our ownPage Scan
297Peace, by His cross, hath Jesus madePage Scan
298'Tis finished, the Messiah diesPage Scan
299Jesus, thy blood and righteousnessPage Scan
300Righteousness to the believerPage Scan

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