A Collection of Spiritual Hymns: adapted to the Various Kinds of Christian Worship, and especially designed for the use of the Brethren in Christ. 2nd ed.

Editor: Abraham M. Engle, Samuel Zook, Jacob M. Engle
Publisher: Inquirer Printing and Publishing Co., Lancaster, Penn., 1876
Denomination: Brethren in Christ Church
Language: English
Notes: This hymnal is missing a number of pages, and therefore some hymns are missing. It also has duplicates of other pages.
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506And are we yet alivePage Scan
507When shall we meet again? Page Scan
508Now brethren, though we partPage Scan
509O happy day when saints shall meetPage Scan
510Come Christian brethren ere we partPage Scan
511For a season called to partPage Scan
512Now, pilgrims, let us go in peacePage Scan
513Once more a pleasant interviewPage Scan
514While we sojourn here belowPage Scan
515While with ceaseless [careless] course the sunPage Scan
516Lord, in the morning I will send My prayer to reachPage Scan
517Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
518Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending highPage Scan
519Come to the morning prayer, Come let us kneel and prayPage Scan
520Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
521Begin the day with God, He is thy sunPage Scan
522The night is past and gonePage Scan
523Through all the dangers of the nightPage Scan
524See how the morning [mounting] [rising] sunPage Scan
525When we with welcome slumber pressedPage Scan
526God of my life, my morning songPage Scan
527Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
528Again, from calm and sweet repose, I rise to hailPage Scan
529Thou who dost my life prolongPage Scan
530The day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
531Now from the altar of my heart [our hearts]Page Scan
532In mercy, Lord, remember mePage Scan
533Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
534Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
535Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
536Thou sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
537Now, O my soul, the circling sunPage Scan
538Now one day's journey less dividesPage Scan
539Thus far my God hath [has] led me onPage Scan
540In Jesus' name we come to theePage Scan
541I lay me down in Jesus' armsPage Scan
542If peace and plenty crown my daysPage Scan
543O bless the Lord, my soul!Page Scan
544We bless the Lord, the just, the [and] good Who fills ourPage Scan
545To God, the mighty Lord, your joyful thanks repeatPage Scan
546Blessings to God, for ever blestPage Scan
547We praise thee, Lord of earth and skiesPage Scan
548God is the fountain whence Ten thousand blessings flowPage Scan
549O render thanks to God above, The fountain of eternal lovePage Scan
550We thank thee, Lord, for this our foodPage Scan
551We thank thee, Lord, for daily breakPage Scan
552Father, thy mercy hath suppliedPage Scan
553To God, who from the earth and skiesPage Scan
554Thou, who a tender Parent artPage Scan
555How can we see the children, LordPage Scan
556Though parents may in covenant bePage Scan
557Happy the home, when God is therePage Scan
558I and my house will serve the Lord, But first obedient to his wordPage Scan
559How happy are the young who hearPage Scan
560Like mist on the mountainPage Scan
561How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
562Jesus, tender shepherd, hear usPage Scan
563There is a path that leads to God, All others go astrayPage Scan
564The bud will soon become a flowerPage Scan
565Happy is he, whose early years [days]Page Scan
566Bestow, O [dear] Lord, upon our youthPage Scan
567Lord, a little band, and lowly, We are comePage Scan
568Happy the child, whose youngest [early] [tender] yearsPage Scan
569Poor and needy though I bePage Scan
570O ye young, ye gay, ye proudPage Scan
571O 'tis a folly and a crimePage Scan
572Ye lovely bands of blooming youthPage Scan
573Since Jesus freely [purely] did appearPage Scan
574With cheerful voices rise and singPage Scan
575It is not good, Jehovah saidPage Scan
576How long has God bestowed his carePage Scan
577And now, my soul another yearPage Scan
578When brighter suns and milder skiesPage Scan
579To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] LordPage Scan
580See the leaves around us [you] fallingPage Scan
581Stern winter throws his [her] [its] icy chainsPage Scan
582Let the land mourn through all its coastsPage Scan
583Rapid my days and months run onPage Scan
584Lo another year is gonePage Scan
585Fountain of mercy, God of lovePage Scan
586There is a gate stands open wide [that stands ajar]Page Scan
587That man no guard [guards] or [nor] weapon [weapons] needsPage Scan
588Vain, delusive world, adieuPage Scan
589What must it be to dwell abovePage Scan
590When we stand before the thronePage Scan
591Ye different sects, who all declarePage Scan
592You may sing of the beauties of the mountains and dalePage Scan
593Weep for the lost, thy Savior weptPage Scan
594My bark is on a troubled seaPage Scan
595One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'erPage Scan
596In seasons of grief to my God I'll repairPage Scan
597Dear refuge of my [the] weary soul, On thee, when sorows risePage Scan
598As pilgrims in this vale of tearsPage Scan
599Be firm, be bold, be strong, be truePage Scan
600How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hoursPage Scan
601As when the [a] weary traveler gainsPage Scan
602Let thy Kingdom, blessed SaviorPage Scan
603And must I part with all I havePage Scan
604How proud we are [are we], how fond to showPage Scan
605To keep the lamp alive with oil we fill the bowlPage Scan

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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