The Harp

Editor: John Pearson Jr.
Publisher: J. V. Himes, Boston, 1856
Language: English
Notes: Doxologies are numbered separately
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801Descend, celestial DovePage Scan
802Let plenteous grace descend on thosePage Scan
803See how the willing converts tracePage Scan
804With willing hearts we treadPage Scan
805Saviour, thy law we lovePage Scan
806Blest Saviour, we thy will obeyPage Scan
807Come in, thou blessèd of the Lord!Page Scan
808Brethren in Christ, and well belovedPage Scan
809Lord, we adore thy wondrous gracePage Scan
810Ye men and angels, witness nowPage Scan
811Kindred in Christ, for his dear sakePage Scan
812Believing souls, of Christ belovedPage Scan
813'Twas on that dark and doleful night Page Scan
814Father, we wait to feel thy gracePage Scan
815Sitting around our Father's boardPage Scan
816Now let our mournful songs recordPage Scan
817How condescending and how kindPage Scan
818Ours is a rich and royal feastPage Scan
819Thou great Redeemer, dying LambPage Scan
820Oft we, alas, forget the lovePage Scan
821While we remember theePage Scan
822Breaking bread in love togetherPage Scan
823Coming Saviour, now in faithPage Scan
824Meeting in the Saviour's namePage Scan
825Jesus invites his saintsPage Scan
826Ye foll'wers of the Prince of PeacePage Scan
827Come, Saviour, let thy tokens provePage Scan
828With Jesus in our midstPage Scan
829The blest memorials of thy griefPage Scan
830Brethren, come, our Saviour bids usPage Scan
831According to Thy gracious wordPage Scan
832Let vain pursuits and vain desiresPage Scan
833Remember thee, redeeming Lord!Page Scan
834Deep in our hearts let us recordPage Scan
835At thy command, our dearest LordPage Scan
836If human kindness meets returnPage Scan
837Bread of heaven, on thee we feedPage Scan
838Come, gracious Saviour, comePage Scan
839And are we now brought near to GodPage Scan
840Thy broken body, gracious LordPage Scan
841In that sad, memorable nightPage Scan
842Jesus, all-redeeming LordPage Scan
843From the table now retiringPage Scan
844How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
845Sweet is the love that mutual glowsPage Scan
846Jesus, Lord, we look to theePage Scan
847Try us, O God, and search the groundPage Scan
848Jesus, united by thy gracePage Scan
849Our God is love; and all his saintsPage Scan
850From whence doth this union arisePage Scan
851While in the world we still remainPage Scan
852Great the joy when Christians meetPage Scan
853Christians, brethren, ere we partPage Scan
854When shall we meet againPage Scan
855How sweet, how heavenly is the sightPage Scan
856Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
857Brethren, let us walk togetherPage Scan
858Lo, what an entertaining sightPage Scan
859Behold, how good a thingPage Scan
860Who can tell how good and pleasantPage Scan
861Again, from calm and sweet reposePage Scan
862To thee let my first off'rings risePage Scan
863Forth in thy name, O Lord, I goPage Scan
864We lift our hearts to theePage Scan
865Lord of my life! O, may thy praisePage Scan
866Behold the morning sunPage Scan
867O, how shall I repayPage Scan
868Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
869The night is past and gonePage Scan
870Thou that dost my life prolongPage Scan
871Great God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
872Now from the altar of our heartsPage Scan
873Another day has fledPage Scan
874Inspirer and hearer of prayerPage Scan
875Now from labor and from carePage Scan
876Blessèd be thy name foreverPage Scan
877The mellow eve is glidingPage Scan
878Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
879See, daylight is fading o'er earth and o'er oceanPage Scan
880Still evening comes, with gentle shadePage Scan
881Glory to thee, our God, this nightPage Scan
882Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
883Saviour, breathe an evening blessingPage Scan
884O Lord, another day is flownPage Scan
885Come, let us strike our harps afreshPage Scan
886Blest are the sons of peacePage Scan
887The daily favors of my GodPage Scan
888My God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
889While thee I seek, protecting PowerPage Scan
890I and my house will serve the LordPage Scan
891When morning's first and hallowed rayPage Scan
892Gracious God, our children seePage Scan
893When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streamingPage Scan
894Our little bark, on boist'rous seasPage Scan
895Tossed upon life's raging billowPage Scan
896The billows swell, the winds are highPage Scan
897Prayer may be sweet in cottage homesPage Scan
898Jesus, at thy commandPage Scan
899God of the seas, thine awful voicePage Scan
900Glory to thee, whose powerful wordPage Scan

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