Hymns of the Ages (3rd series)

Editor: C. S. Guild, Anne E. Guild
Publisher: Ticknor and Fields, Boston , 1865
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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133While toil and warfare urge us on our wayPage Scan
135Let me count my treasuresPage Scan
136Lord, Thou hast given me a cellPage Scan
138As strangers,--glad for this good innPage Scan
140Are we not Nobles? We who tracePage Scan
142When all Thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
143My soul repeat His praisePage Scan
144Come, ye thankful people, comePage Scan
146Before Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
147Lord, many times I am a-weary quitePage Scan
148O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
149This did not once so trouble mePage Scan
150The world is wise, for the world is oldPage Scan
152Saviour! though my rebellious willPage Scan
153And is there nothing to be donePage Scan
155As body when the soul has fledPage Scan
156The time for toil is past, and night has comePage Scan
158I cannot find Thee! Still on restless pinionPage Scan
159Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
160The Lord is King! Lift up thy voicePage Scan
162Sometimes a light surprisesPage Scan
163Thou all-sufficient OnePage Scan
165The Lord descended from abovePage Scan
166Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comes!Page Scan
167Jesus! the very thought is sweetPage Scan
168I look to Thee in every needPage Scan
169Cling to the Mighty OnePage Scan
170Jesus! lover of my soulPage Scan
172I was a wandering sheepPage Scan
174Thou art the Way; and he who sighsPage Scan
175Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly DovePage Scan
176Come, mighty Spirit, penetratePage Scan
177Come, Holy spirit! from the heightPage Scan
178They talked of Jesus as they wentPage Scan
180Dear Friend, whose presence in the housePage Scan
181O loved! but not enough, though dearer farPage Scan
182A little bird I amPage Scan
183Strong are all the walls around mePage Scan
184Love constitutes my crimePage Scan
186Love! if thy destined sacrifice am IPage Scan
187There is a light in yonder skiesPage Scan
188Here, sweetly forgetting and wholly forgotPage Scan
189My heart is easy and my burden lightPage Scan
190I place an offering at Thy shrinePage Scan
191Yes! I will always love; and, as I oughtPage Scan
192Long plunged in sorrow, I resignPage Scan
195How happy are the new-born racePage Scan
197Almighty Former of this wondrous planPage Scan
198God's ways are not as our ways, His thoughts are not as oursPage Scan
200Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
201Though some good things of lower worthPage Scan
203My heart is resting, O my GodPage Scan
205O this is blessing, this is rest!Page Scan
206Go not far from me, O my StrengthPage Scan
210Had I a thousand hearts, I'd raisePage Scan
211Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsPage Scan
212My God! thy boundless love I praisePage Scan
213The Lord my pasture shall preparePage Scan
214Sow with a generous handPage Scan
215O to have dwelt in BethlehemPage Scan
218A poor wayfaring Man of griefPage Scan
221Calm me, my God, and keep me calmPage Scan
222He who himself and God would knowPage Scan
223Hath not thy heart within thee burnedPage Scan
224O for a heart of calm reposePage Scan
225Open, Lord, my inward earPage Scan
226Let deepest silence all aroundPage Scan
227Thou hidden Source of calm reposePage Scan
228The child leans on its parent's breastPage Scan
229Quiet, Lord, my froward heartPage Scan
230O happy soul that lives on highPage Scan
231Not from the work appointed us to doPage Scan
233O Lord! how happy is the timePage Scan
235I know not if or dark or brightPage Scan
236My God, in Thee all fulness liesPage Scan
237The world can neither give nor takePage Scan
238My God protects; my fears begone!Page Scan
239When God upheaved the pillared earthPage Scan
240As, down in the sunless retreats of the oceanPage Scan
241aPeace, troubled soul! thou need'st not fearPage Scan
241bWhy shouldst thou study in the month of JunePage Scan
245Only waiting till the shadowsPage Scan
246Father! into Thy loving handsPage Scan
248How meanly dwells the immortal mind!Page Scan
250I am old and blind!Page Scan
252With years oppressed, with sorrows wornPage Scan
254These hairs of age are messengersPage Scan
255Would you be young again?Page Scan
256Come unto me, when shadows darkly gatherPage Scan
257Awake, ye saints, and raise your eyesPage Scan
258Your harps, ye trembling saintsPage Scan
261Skies are dark and winds are moaningPage Scan
262When gathering clouds around I viewPage Scan
264Lord, the lights are gleaming from the distant shorePage Scan
265When in the vale of lengthened yearsPage Scan
266These years of life,--what do they seem?Page Scan
267God of my childhood and my youthPage Scan
268When life's tempestuous storms are o'erPage Scan
269The hour of my departure's comePage Scan
270How blest is he whose tranquil mindPage Scan

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