A Collection of Hymns and Prayers, for Public and Private Worship

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301Come, thou fount of ev'ry blessingTextPage Scan
302Children of the heavenly KingTextPage Scan
303Our country is Immanuel's groundTextPage Scan
304Guide me, O thou great Jehovah!TextPage Scan
305The darken'd sky, how thick it low'rs!TextPage Scan
306Affliction is a stormy deepTextPage Scan
307Why should a living man complainTextPage Scan
308When night descends in sable guiseTextPage Scan
309On Jordan's stormy banks I standTextPage Scan
310While on the verge of life I standTextPage Scan
311The hour of my departure's comeTextPage Scan
312Go to dark GethsemaneTextPage Scan
313Great was the day, the joy was greatTextPage Scan
314Jesus shall reign, where'er the sunTextPage Scan
315Hark! what trimphant strains are theseTextPage Scan
316Great God! the nations of the earthTextPage Scan
317Behold th' expected time draw nearTextPage Scan
318Go, and the Savior's grace proclaimTextPage Scan
319Bright as the sun's meridian blazeTextPage Scan
320Far from my thoughts, vain world, begoneTextPage Scan
321How lovely, how divinely sweetTextPage Scan
322Thy presence, gracious God, affordTextPage Scan
323I Love thy Zion, Lord!TextPage Scan
324Lord! 'tis a pleasant thing, to standTextPage Scan
325Away from ev'ry mortal careTextPage Scan
326Early, my God, without delayTextPage Scan
327This is the day the Lord hath madeTextPage Scan
328Almighty Father! hear our vowsTextPage Scan
329Sweet is the work, my God, my King!TextPage Scan
330This is the day the Lord hath madeTextPage Scan
331From ev'ry stormy wind that blowsTextPage Scan
332O happiness, thou pleasing dreamTextPage Scan
333Wherewith shall I approach the LordTextPage Scan
334Almighty God, thy word is castTextPage Scan
335Again our ears have heard the voiceTextPage Scan
336Father of mercies, in thy houseTextPage Scan
337Thus spake the Savior, when he sentTextPage Scan
338Let Zion's watchmen all ariseTextPage Scan
339Draw near, O Son of God, draw nearTextPage Scan
340Equip me for the warTextPage Scan
341My brethren, from my heart belov'dTextPage Scan
342O thou, who art above all height!TextPage Scan
343O in the morn of life, when youthTextPage Scan
344Happy is he, whose early yearsTextPage Scan
345Now, in the heat of youthful bloodTextPage Scan
346Dear Savior, if these lambs should strayTextPage Scan
347Lord, I am thine, entirely thineTextPage Scan
348Welcome, thou well belov'd of GodTextPage Scan
349Welcome, ye hopeful heirs of heav'nTextPage Scan
350O happy day, that stays my choiceTextPage Scan
351Happiness! thou lovely nameTextPage Scan
352Jesus! I my cross have takenTextPage Scan
353Witness, ye men and angels; nowTextPage Scan
354My God, my strength, my hopeTextPage Scan
355Shepherd of Israel, thou dost keepTextPage Scan
356With heavenly pow'r, O Lord, defendTextPage Scan
357Supreme and universal light!TextPage Scan
358Lord of hosts, to thee we raiseTextPage Scan
359Far from affliction, toil, and careTextPage Scan
360To-day we lay the corner stoneTextPage Scan
361And will the great eternal GodTextPage Scan
362Dear Shepherd of thy people, hereTextPage Scan
363When, bending o'er the brink of lifeTextPage Scan
364Oh, where shall rest be foundTextPage Scan
365Oft as the bell, with solemn tollTextPage Scan
366Hark! from the tombs a doleful soundTextPage Scan
367Teach me the measure of my daysTextPage Scan
368Thee we adore, eternal Name!TextPage Scan
369That awful hour will soon appearTextPage Scan
370God of eternity! from theeTextPage Scan
371The morning flow'rs display their sweetsTextPage Scan
372When death appears before my sightTextPage Scan
373Why should we start and fear to die?TextPage Scan
374And must this body die?TextPage Scan
375Must friends and kindred droop and dieTextPage Scan
376Though nature's voice you must obeyTextPage Scan
377While to the grave our friends are borneTextPage Scan
378Thy life I read, my dearest Lord!TextPage Scan
379Life is a span, a fleeting hourTextPage Scan
380When blooming youth is snatch'd awayTextPage Scan
381From his low bed of mortal dustTextPage Scan
382In vain my fancy strives to paintTextPage Scan
383When life's tempestuous storms are o'erTextPage Scan
384There is a house not made with handsTextPage Scan
385Blest is the mem'ry of the justTextPage Scan
386The grave is now a favor'd spotTextPage Scan
387What scenes of horror and of dreadTextPage Scan
388No, I'll repine at death no moreTextPage Scan
389What sinners value, I resignTextPage Scan
390Thro' sorrow's night and danger's pathTextPage Scan
391How long shall death, the tyrant, reignTextPage Scan
392Methinks the last great day is comeTextPage Scan
393When, rising from the bed of deathTextPage Scan
394There is a land of pure delightTextPage Scan
395O the delights, the heavenly joysTextPage Scan
396Nor eye hath seen, nor ear hath heardTextPage Scan
397Ye golden lamps of heav'n! farewellTextPage Scan
398Not to the terrors of the LordTextPage Scan
399Come, Lord, and warm each languid heartTextPage Scan
400From this world's joys and senseless mirthTextPage Scan

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