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A Choice Selection of Hymns. 6th ed.

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d201O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him above
d202Oft have I sat in secret sighs
d203On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d204Once more before we part, O [we'll] bless the Savior's [Redeemer's] name
d205Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyes
d206Once more we bow before our God; Once more his blessing we ask
d207One there is above all others, well [who] deserves
d208Our heavenly Father calls, And Christ invites
d209Out of the depths of long distress
d210Pilgrims, with pleasure let us part
d211Precious Bible, what a treasure
d212Raise your triumphant songs
d213Redeemed ones the heirs of God
d214Rejoice, the Lord is King, Your God [Lord] and King adore
d215Religion is the chief concern
d216Rock of ages, shelter me [us], Let me hide
d217Salvation, O the joyful sound
d218Savior, I do feel Thy merit, sprinkled with redeeming blood
d219Savior of men, we bless Thy name
d220See how rude winter's icy hand
d221See the leaves around us [you] falling
d222Shall I for fear of feeble man
d223Shall wisdom cry aloud
d224Sinner [sinners], the voice of God regard
d225Sinner [sinners], will you [ye] scorn [slight] the message
d226So let our lips and lives express
d227Songs of praise the angels sang
d228Strait [straight] is the way [gate], the door is strait [straight]
d229Sweet is the memory of thy grace
d230Sweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] King
d231Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d232Teach me the measure of my days
d233That awful day will surely come
d234That man no guard [guards] or [nor] weapon [weapons] needs
d235The angels that watched round the tomb
d236The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d237The law by Moses came
d238The Lord into his garden comes
d239The Lord is come, the heavens proclaim
d240The memory of our dying Lord
d241The one thing needful, that good part
d242The saints appear to tread the courts
d243The soul [souls] that would to Jesus press
d244Thee we adore, eternal name, And humbly
d245There is a house not made with [by] hands, Eternal
d246There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d247This God is the God we adore
d248This spacious earth is all the Lord's, And men
d249Thou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb
d250Thou Shepherd of Isr'l, and mine [divine]
d251Thou sovereign, let my evening song
d252Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me on
d253Thus saith [speaks] the high and lofty One
d254Thus was the great Redeemer plunged
d255Thy life I read, my dearest [blessed] [gracious)],Lord
d256Thy mercies fill the earth, O Lord
d257Today God bids the faithful rest
d258Try us, O God, and search the ground
d259Vain, delusive world, adieu
d260Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbear
d261Welcome, sweet day of rest
d262We've no abiding city here
d263What shall I render to my God for all his kindness shown
d264What various hindrances we meet
d265When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] away
d266When Christ shall rend from end to end
d267When I can read my title clear
d268When Jesus Christ was here below
d269When, O dear Jesus, when shall I [we]
d270Where two or three, with sweet accord
d271While on the verge of life I stand
d272While shepherds watch [watched] their flocks by night
d273Who is this fair one in distress
d274Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friends
d275Why, O my soul, why weepest thou
d276Why should we start and fear to die
d277Why will ye lavish out your years
d278Ye dying sons of men
d279Ye hearts with youthful vigor warm
d280Ye humble sinners, in whose breast
d281Ye humble souls, approach your God
d282Ye humble souls that [who] seek the Lord
d283Ye mourning saints [friends] [ ones], whose streaming tears
d284Ye servant [servants] of the Lord, Each in his [your] office waits
d285Yes, we trust the day is breaking
d286Zion rejoice, lift up your voice

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