The Choice: in two parts. Part I containing psalms and hymns, Part II, containing spiritual songs. Designed for public and private worship

Editor: William Dossey
Publisher: Charles De Silver & Sons, Philadelphia, 1833
Language: English
Notes: This is the arrangement of the 6th edition, done by mistake.
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H501O may I find in death
H502When blooming youth is snatch'd away
H503Father, we bow before thy throne
H504His death we mourn, who lately stood
H505With holy awe, and solemn dread
H506By faint and glimmering light we view
H507And must this body die
H508That awful day will surely come
H509The Lord shall come--a glorious form
H510Thron'd on a cloud, our God shall come
H511Let worms devour my wasting flesh
H512The Judge descends from worlds on high
H513My bowels yearn o'er dying men
H514Eternity is just at hand!
H515This morning let my praise arise
H516Awake, my soul, to meet the day
H517Lord, in the morning I will send
H518The busy scenes of day are clos'd
H519The day is past and gone
H520Glory to thee, my God, this night
H521Thus far the Lord has led me on
H522Blest be the dear uniting love
H523Once more, before we part
H524For a season call'd to part
H525Lord, when together here we meet
H526Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord
D1To God the Father's throne
D2To God the Father, God the Son
D3Praise God, from whom all blessings flow
D4Let God the Father, and the Son
D5To God the Father, God the Son
D6Angels around the throne
D7Holy Father, holy Son
D8To God the Father, Son
D9All praise to the Lord, supreme over all
D10To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
D11Great Jehovah! we adore thee
D12Thou Father Almighty, to thee we would raise
S1Hail, the blest morn! see the great Mediator
S2Ye nations exult, for salvation is nigh
S3Hither ye faithful, haste with songs of triumph
S4From the regions of love, lo! an angel descended
S5Fraught with peace and consolation
S6'Tis night, and the world has sunk to repose
S7Throughout the Saviour's life we trace
S8Saw ye my Saviour?
S9When sinful man my Lord betray'd
S10Hark! the voice of love and mercy
S11Jesus drinks the bitter cup
S12Vain, delusive world, adieu!
S13I'm tired of visits, modes, and forms
S14Christians, dismiss your fear
S15Hail the day that sees Him rise
S16Burst, ye emerald gates, and bring
S17All hail, the power of Jesus' name
S18When gathering clouds around I view
S19How lost was my condition
S20The Lord is my Shepherd, my guard and my guide
S21When my Saviour, my Shepherd is near
S22Let thy kingdom, blessed Saviour
S23Ye travellers to Paradise
S24O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice
S25Zion, the marvellous story be telling
S26On earth the song begins
S27Come, we that love the Lord
S28Earth has engross'd my love too long
S29Let earth and heaven agree
S30How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord
S31O thou God of my salvation
S32Brightness of the Father's glory
S33O Jesus, my Saviour, to Thee I submit
S34O Jesus, my Saviour! to know thou art mine
S35Come, thou Fount of every blessing
S36Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song
S37Lord, thou hast search'd and seen me through
S38Through all the world below
S39My God, my heart with love inflame
S40What wondrous love is this;--O my soul!
S41Hosanna! to Jesus
S42Salvation! O mysterious plan!
S43Awak'd by Sinai's awful sound
S44Grace--! 'tis a sacred plant of heavenly birth
S45The gospel brings tidings of peace from above
S46The glorious light of Zion
S47O'er the gloomy hills of darkness
S48The Gospel-day breaks o'er the world
S49The Lord into his garden comes
S50From realms where the day its first dawning extends
S51Hark! don't you hear the turtle dove?
S52O 'tis a glorious mystery,--'tis a wonder
S53From Greenland's icy mountains
S54Hail! the gospel Jubilee
S55O how I am pleas'd through the desert to rove
S56Come, every mourning sinner
S57How sad is my state! says the heart-broken sinner
S58God of my salvation, hear
S59Jesus, let thy pitying eye
S60Jesus, we are met to worship
S61Brethren, we have met to worship
S62Encourag'd by thy word

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