The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book for Public Worship

Editor: John M. Evans
Publisher: The Bible and Publication Society, Philadelphia, 1873
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: This hymnal includes additional hymns in the back, numbered independently. The appendix (denoted with the prefix "A") includes chants, as well as miscellaneous hymns & anthems. An additional section for doxologies has the prefix "D" preceding each number.
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501Oh, blessed souls are theyPage Scan
502When God revealed his gracious namePage Scan
503Come, we that love the LordPage Scan
504Jesus, thou joy of loving heartsPage Scan
505Oh, happy day! when first we feltPage Scan
506God, my supporter and my hopePage Scan
507I heard the voice of Jesus sayPage Scan
508'Tis religion that can give Page Scan
509Jesus, the very thought of theePage Scan
510Jesus, we rest in theePage Scan
511Oh, praise our great and glorious LordPage Scan
512Yes, he is mine! and naught of earthly thingsPage Scan
513Lord Jesus, are we one with thee?Page Scan
514My God, my portion and my lovePage Scan
515This world would be a wildernessPage Scan
516My God, the spring of all my joysPage Scan
517How blest the man whose cautious feetPage Scan
518Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
519How tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
520Know, my soul, thy full salvationPage Scan
521Behold, what wondrous gracePage Scan
522Oh, for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
523Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praisePage Scan
524I've found the pearl of greatest pricePage Scan
525Lord of the realms abovePage Scan
526Jesus, my Lord, 'tis sweet to restPage Scan
527Hail, sovereign love, that first beganPage Scan
528Awake, my heart, arise, my tonguePage Scan
529My Saviour, my Almighty FriendPage Scan
530Now to the power of God supremePage Scan
531Jesus the Lamb of God Page Scan
532Let everlasting glories crownPage Scan
533When this passing world is donePage Scan
534Oh, how divine, how sweet the joyPage Scan
535Sweeter sounds than music knowsPage Scan
536Grace! 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
537Oh, love beyond the reach of thoughtPage Scan
538Salvation! oh, the joyful sound!Page Scan
539In evil long I took delightPage Scan
540'Tis not that I did choose theePage Scan
541Now begin the heavenly themePage Scan
542Jesus, with all thy saints abovePage Scan
543Amazing grace, how sweet the soundPage Scan
544When marshalled on the nightly plainPage Scan
545I'll bless the Lord, I'll bless the LordPage Scan
546For mercies countless as the sandsPage Scan
547I was a wandering sheepPage Scan
548Great God, indulge my humble claimPage Scan
549Not what I am, O Lord, but what thou art!Page Scan
550Children of the heavenly KingPage Scan
551Raise your triumphant songsPage Scan
552Sovereign grace, o'er sin abounding!Page Scan
553Oh, could we speak the matchless worthPage Scan
554I bless the Christ of GodPage Scan
555Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
556A debtor to mercy alonePage Scan
557O Lord, thou art my LordPage Scan
558And must I part with all I havePage Scan
559Jesus, who upon the treePage Scan
560Thine for ever! God of lovePage Scan
561I'm thine, O Lord, and thine alonePage Scan
562Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
563My gracious Lord, I own thy rightPage Scan
564Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
565Not to ourselves againPage Scan
566O Saviour, welcome to my heartPage Scan
567My Maker and my KingPage Scan
568How can I sink with such a propPage Scan
569Lord, I am thine, entirely thinePage Scan
570Jesus, spotless Lamb of GodPage Scan
571Christ, of all my hopes the groundPage Scan
572Lord, we are thine: bought by thy bloodPage Scan
573Let worldly minds the world pursuePage Scan
574Jesus, all-atoning lambPage Scan
575O thou, to whose all-searching sightPage Scan
576With my substance I will honor Page Scan
577Behold the throne of gracePage Scan
578Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!Page Scan
579Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
580A throne of grace! then let us goPage Scan
581Prayer is the breath of God in manPage Scan
582Prayer is the soul's sincere desirePage Scan
583Prayer is the contrite sinner's voicePage Scan
584From every stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
585What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
586Still, still with thee when purple morning breakethPage Scan
587Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
588Jesus, who knows full wellPage Scan
589There is no sorrow, Lord, too lightPage Scan
590Come, my soul, thy suit preparePage Scan
591Son of God, thy blessing grantPage Scan
592Gently, Lord, oh, gently lead usPage Scan
593Lord, I cannot let thee go Page Scan
594Abide with me! fast falls the eventidePage Scan
595Oh, that I knew the secret placePage Scan
596Come, thou Fount of every blessingPage Scan
597Thou only Sovereign of my heartPage Scan
598Christ, whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan
599King of kings, and wilt thou deignPage Scan
600Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan

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