A Book of Hymns for Public and Private Devotion. (10th ed.)

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101Sweet is the prayer whose holy streamPage Scan
102Watchman! tell us of the nightPage Scan
103A voice from the desert comes awful and shrillPage Scan
104Darkness o'er the world was broodingPage Scan
105While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
106Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
107O lovely Voices of the skyPage Scan
108Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
109Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comesPage Scan
110Joy to the world! the Lord is come!Page Scan
111Sons of men, behold from farPage Scan
112Behold, the Prince of PeacePage Scan
113As oft, with worn and weary feetPage Scan
114Holy Son of God most high!Page Scan
115Fear was within the tossing barkPage Scan
116The aged sufferer waited longPage Scan
117Lord, in whose might the Saviour trodPage Scan
118He was there alone, when evenPage Scan
119How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
120Ever patient, loving, meekPage Scan
121Come, said Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
122O, not to crush with abject fearPage Scan
123"See how he loved!" exclaimed the JewsPage Scan
124How beauteous were the marks divinePage Scan
125He lived as none but he has livedPage Scan
126Birds have their quiet nestPage Scan
127On the dark wave of GalileePage Scan
128Dark were the paths our Master trodPage Scan
129O suffering Friend of human kind!Page Scan
130"Father divine!" the Saviour criedPage Scan
131A voice upon the midnight airPage Scan
132He knelt; the Saviour knelt and prayedPage Scan
133Burden of shame and woe!Page Scan
134In the Saviour's hour of deathPage Scan
135Jews were wrought to cruel madnessPage Scan
136It is finished! glorious wordPage Scan
137Lift your glad voices in triumph on highPage Scan
138On earth was darkness spreadPage Scan
139According to Thy gracious wordPage Scan
140O thou, who in the garden's shadePage Scan
141"It is finished!" Man of sorrows!Page Scan
142It was no path of flowersPage Scan
143Go to dark GethsemanePage Scan
144When my love to Christ grows weakPage Scan
145In the cross of Christ we gloryPage Scan
146If love, the noblest, purest, bestPage Scan
147My dear Redeemer, and my LordPage Scan
148When arise the thoughts of sinPage Scan
149In vain we thus recall to mindPage Scan
150O, what though our feet may not tread where Christ trodPage Scan
151"O, not for these alone I pray"Page Scan
152Not in this simple rite alonePage Scan
153Bread of heaven, on thee we feedPage Scan
154When, blest Redeemer, thou art nearPage Scan
155Not in the name of pridePage Scan
156O thou great Friend to all the sons of menPage Scan
157A holy air is breathing roundPage Scan
158O, here, if ever, God of love!Page Scan
159"Come who will," the voice from heavenPage Scan
160Come unto me, when shadows darkly gatherPage Scan
161Come to Jesus, O my brothersPage Scan
162Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
163Through thee as we together camePage Scan
164The peace which God bestowsPage Scan
165Forth went the heralds of the crossPage Scan
166Thanks to God for those who camePage Scan
167For all Thy saints, O GodPage Scan
168God of the prophets' power!Page Scan
169Mark the soft falling snowPage Scan
170Behold the sun, how brightPage Scan
171"Thy kingdom come!" The heathen landsPage Scan
172O God! the darkness roll awayPage Scan
173Lord Jesus, come! for herePage Scan
174Thou, whose almighty word Page Scan
175Who shall behold the glorious dayPage Scan
176Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
177Pour, blessed gospel, glorious news for manPage Scan
178Triumphant Zion! lift thy headPage Scan
179Daughter of Zion! from the dustPage Scan
180Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
181O fairest-born of Love and LightPage Scan
182All men are equal in their birthPage Scan
183Was it in vain that Jesus prayedPage Scan
184Hush the loud cannon's roarPage Scan
185How long, O Lord, his brother's bloodPage Scan
186Lord! thou didst arise and sayPage Scan
187The Past is dark with sin and shamePage Scan
188Hark! through the waking earthPage Scan
189God made all his creatures freePage Scan
190Oppression shall not always reignPage Scan
191O pure Reformers! not in vainPage Scan
192Hear what God, the Lord, hath spokenPage Scan
193Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathedPage Scan
194The Spirit in our heartsPage Scan
195Brother, hast thou wandered farPage Scan
196Turn, child of doubt, estranged from God!Page Scan
197Soul! celestial in thy birthPage Scan
198O, not alone with outward signPage Scan
199Acquaint thee, O spirit, acquaint thee with GodPage Scan
200Thou must be born again!Page Scan

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