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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S63And art thou, gracious Master, gone
S64When first my heart was wounded
S66In evil long I took delight
S67All within was dark and gloomy
S68When drawn by the Father, I came
S69Come, brethren and sisters, who're now on the way
S70The fountain of mercy rolls down from the sky
S71Ye brethren, who profess the Lord
S72Once in the time of pressing need
S73Wounded by the Spirit's sword
S74Jesus, Master, pray discover
S75When Christ, the Lord, had left the dead
S76Come, soldiers for Jesus, attend to this way
S77Jesus, I my cross have taken
S78Come, all ye who ever have mercy obtain'd
S79Come, all who are trav'lling to Canaan
S80Attend, ye saints, and hear me tell
S81Come away to the skies
S82O how happy are they
S83God is our refuge in distress
S84Lord, and is thine anger gone
S85'Tis my desire with God to walk
S86I long to see the season come
S87O how I have long'd for the comin of God!
S88How tedious and tasteless the hours
S89There is a heaven above the skies
S90Come, my friend, and let us try
S91I'll sing my Saviour's grace
S92Begone, unbelief, my Saviour is near
S93O glorious hope of perfect love!
S94Come, ye that love the Lord indeed
S95Come, Lord, and help us to rejoice
S96Ye happy children, who follow Jesus
S97Ye children of Zion, who're bound to the kingdom
S98Come, and taste along with me
S99This day my soul has caugh tnew fire
S100Hark! my soul, it is the Lord
S101Bright scenes of glory strike my sense
S102There is a land of pleasure
S103Trump of war! awake the soldier
S104Why sleep ye, my brethren!–come let us arise
S105Brethren, while we sojourn here
S106Come, soldiers of Jesus, awake from your sleep
S107Come on, my partners in distress
S108Awake! ye soldiers of the cross
S109At a distance from heaven, in a world of contention
S110Saviour, visit thy plantation
S111Say now, ye lovely, social band
S112Awake, my dear brethren, who trust in the Lord
S113Oh! when shall I see Jesus
S114Jesus, thy boundless love to me
S115I would not live alway, thus fetter'd by sin
S116Says Faith, look yonder! see the crown
S117An alien from God, and a stranger to grace
S118Jesus, thou odoriferous name!
S119How happy is every child of grace
S120On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
S121Jerusalem! my happy home
S122Sweet rivers of redeeming love
S123My soul's full of glory, inspiring my tongue
S124Retir'd from man, in some lonely recess
S125Tell me no more of earthly toys
S126O tell me no more of this world's vain store
S127Infinite goodness teaches us submission
S128In the floods of tribulation
S129Afflictions, though they seem severe
S130My Jesus! I pray thee to be ever near
S131Behold the path that mortals tread
S132No room for mirth or trifling here
S133The time draws nigh, I must go home
S134My days, my weeks, my months, my years
S135My youthful friends, to ruin bound
S136While angels strike their tuneful strings
S137O turn, guilty sinners, O why will you die
S138Arise and shine, O Zion, fair
S139What sound is this salutes mine ear!
S140When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt come
S141Brethren, I am come again
S142Draw nigh to us, Jehovah
S143With gladness, dear brethren, we meet at this place
S144My Christian friends in bonds of love
S145Farewell, my friends, I must be gone
S146And now, dear brethren, I bid you farewell
S147While in this vale of sorrow
S148Farewell, my dear brethren, the time is at hand
S149Awake, my heart! my soul, arise!
S150Jesus, lover of my soul
S151Stop, poor sinners, stop and think
S152Now the Saviour stands a pleading
S153Awake! careless sinners, believe and obey
S154Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched
S155Come, dear brethren in the Saviour
S156Away, my doubts, begone, my fears
S157Away, my unbelieving fear!
S158Dark and thorny is the desert
S159In songs of sublime adoration and praise
S160Blessed are the sons of God
S161Hark! the jubilee is coming
S162Hark! the gospel trumpet's sounding
S163Trembling mourners, would-be Christians

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