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Church Hymn Book; consisting of hymns and psalms, original and selected. adapted to public worship and many other occasions. 2nd ed.

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501Woe unto me, how oft I have transgressedPage Scan
502Alas, and did my Savior bleed?Page Scan
503Come to the feast of heavenly winePage Scan
504This is the feast of heavenly winePage Scan
505O wondrous love beyond degreePage Scan
506Christ Jesus, our eternal friendPage Scan
507In that sad memorable nightPage Scan
508Come, all ye weary sinners comePage Scan
509O Jesus, thou my precious friendPage Scan
510Lord, here am I to do thy willPage Scan
511Ye wretched, hungry, starving poorPage Scan
512Lord, at thy table we beholdPage Scan
513Come let us lift our voices highPage Scan
514We sing the amazing deedsPage Scan
515We praise the blessed Lamb of GodPage Scan
516To our Redeemer's glorious namePage Scan
517Go ye, my servants, go ye forthPage Scan
518Father of mercies, in Thy housePage Scan
519Come Holy Ghost, our souls inspirePage Scan
520With heavenly power, O Lord, defendPage Scan
521The great Apostle gave commandPage Scan
522Fair Zion's King, we suppliant bowPage Scan
523Today we lay the corner stonePage Scan
524And will the great eternal GodPage Scan
525We praise the Lord, whose love is greatPage Scan
526With reverence and holy fearPage Scan
527Let Zion sing her songs of praisePage Scan
528Come, Holy Spirit, condescendPage Scan
529Thou Fount of every good requiredPage Scan
530Jesus, thy wandering sheep beholdPage Scan
531Let thanks and praises be to GodPage Scan
532And let our bodies partPage Scan
533Father of mercies, bow thine earPage Scan
534Unto thy Zion, Lord, returnPage Scan
535The Lord will build his churchPage Scan
536Great God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
537The Lord who knoweth all we needPage Scan
538Lord, thou didst give what creatures needPage Scan
539Thanks unto Thee, O Lord, we givePage Scan
540The Lord who doth my wants supplyPage Scan
541Lord, we return our praise to theePage Scan
542These gifts which from thy bounty flowPage Scan
543Now from my bed of sleep I risePage Scan
544Awake, my soul, my mind, awakePage Scan
545My soul shall worship TheePage Scan
546The Lord who reigns above the skiesPage Scan
547O let me praise my Savior's lovePage Scan
548Now I awake to praise my LordPage Scan
549Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
550My God was with me all the nightPage Scan
551The sun now rises shining brightPage Scan
552Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord we lovePage Scan
553Sweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
554I praise my God, the night is gonePage Scan
555My thankful tribute I will payPage Scan
556This day is spent, the night is comePage Scan
557Dear Lord accept my evening songPage Scan
558Lord, I prepare to take reposePage Scan
559Unto the Lord my gracious GodPage Scan
560Praise thou, my soul, the Lord on highPage Scan
561To thee, great Lord, my heavenly KingPage Scan
562Dread Sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
563O Lord, thy holy angels sendPage Scan
564O Jesus, I will take reposePage Scan
565Frequent the day of God returnsPage Scan
566I am, O Lord, with pains oppressedPage Scan
567Begone, my earthly cares, awayPage Scan
568Jesus, the patient's surest friendPage Scan
569Commit your way unto the LordPage Scan
570God of my life, look gently downPage Scan
571Whom man forsakes thou wilt not leavePage Scan
572When dangers, woes, or death are nighPage Scan
573A helpless creature here I liePage Scan
574Lord, I am pained; but I resignPage Scan
575My warfare now will soon be o'erPage Scan
576Death may dissolve my body nowPage Scan
577When bending o'er the brink of lifePage Scan
578Why should we start and fear to diePage Scan
579Great God, I own the sentence justPage Scan
580Eternal praises to my LordPage Scan
581When we are raised from deep distressPage Scan
582My God, since thou hast raised me upPage Scan
583O hark, unto the sounding bellPage Scan
584Have mercy, Lord, on us we prayPage Scan
585He that hath made his refuge, GodPage Scan
586Eternal praises to the LordPage Scan
587Thanks be to God, who heard our prayerPage Scan
588True Christians need not fear to diePage Scan
589To live in Christ, is life indeedPage Scan
590Ye careless sons of men be wisePage Scan
591Now my departure is at handPage Scan
592Our days on earth are sad and fewPage Scan
593Jesus, my hope and confidencePage Scan
594Hark, from the tomba a doleful soundPage Scan
595Teach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
596That awful hour will soon appearPage Scan
597Must friends and kindred droop and diePage Scan
598While to the grave our friends are bornePage Scan
599Though nature's voice you must obeyPage Scan
600Ye Christian parents, dry your tearsPage Scan

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