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Jewels of Praise

Editor: Asa Hull
Publisher: Daniel W. Knowles, New York , 1884
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number
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104I am not weary though long is the roadPage Scan
105After the joys of the earthPage Scan
106A home, a heavenly homePage Scan
107I am bound for a mansion of glory on hightPage Scan
108'Tis but the social, friendly glassPage Scan
109Gates of the beautifulPage Scan
110O Christian, press onward, the prize is before theePage Scan
111How often I think of thy gloriesPage Scan
112O paradise, O Eden brightPage Scan
113Under thy wings my God close to [by] thy sidePage Scan
114Praise ye the Lord, joyfully shout hosannaPage Scan
116I hear thee speak of the better landPage Scan
117Drink is raging, fiercely ragingPage Scan
118Through the glorious heavenly archesPage Scan
120All ye that pass byPage Scan
121Thou, Lord, my path shalt choosePage Scan
122The Savior will care for the childrenPage Scan
123We are little reapers, toilingPage Scan
124'Twas only a drop in the bucketPage Scan
125Little pilgrims whither goingPage Scan
126Hail, happy anniversary dayPage Scan
127Spring is reigning now triumphantPage Scan
128While fields are decked with beautyPage Scan
129I gave my life for [to] theePage Scan
130All hail, sweet day of flowersPage Scan
131When the sun shines bright and clearPage Scan
132Keep me, Father, safely keep mePage Scan
133My name on Jesus' handsPage Scan
134O how lovely, O how lovelyPage Scan
136O day of resurrectionPage Scan
137Thou art our Refuge, Savior most dearPage Scan
138Joybells are ringing, the Savior has risenPage Scan
139All hail, the blessed morningPage Scan
140Shout, shout hosanna, shout a glad hosannaPage Scan
142Ring out, O bells, right merrilyPage Scan
143Sweetly and softly on my earPage Scan
144Star of the east, O beautiful starPage Scan
145Quickly the bright angelic hostPage Scan
146In the silence of the nightPage Scan
147See amid the winter's snowPage Scan
148Carol, merrily carolPage Scan
149Ring with joy and gladnessPage Scan
150Merry Christmas, loudly ringingPage Scan
152Hark, mysterious through the nightPage Scan
154There was joy in heavenPage Scan
158aFrom all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
158bLord, I am thine, entirely thine, Purchased and saved by blood divine
159aSun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dearPage Scan
159bPraise waits in Zion, Lord, for theePage Scan
159cHow sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
160aYe Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaimPage Scan
160bHow pleasant, how [and] divinely fairPage Scan
160cWhile life prolongs its precious lightPage Scan
161aJesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
161bGreat God, attend, while Zion sings [children sing] [here we sing]Page Scan
162aHow blest the righteous when he diesPage Scan
162bHow vain is all beneath the skies [sky]Page Scan
162cLord of the Sabbath, hear us prayPage Scan
163aO happy day that fixed [seals] [stays] my choicePage Scan
163bAwake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] laysPage Scan
164There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
165aThou dear Redeemer, dying LambPage Scan
165bOn Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eyePage Scan
166I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and restPage Scan
167Jerusalem, my glorious homePage Scan
168O what amazing words of grace Are in the gospel foundPage Scan
169aCome unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
169bLet every mortal ear attend
170Jerusalem, the golden, with milk and honey blestPage Scan
171From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
172Let us gather up the sunbeamsPage Scan
173aLord of hosts, how lovely [how bright] [divinely] fairPage Scan
173bDepth of mercy, can there be, Mercy still reserved for me?Page Scan
174aSweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
174bLove divine, all loves [love] excellingPage Scan
175O had I wings like a dove, I would fly
179Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
177aCome, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to singPage Scan
177bWatchman, tell us of the nightPage Scan
179aThe morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
179bStand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the crossPage Scan
180I will sing you a song of that [a] [the] beautifulPage Scan
181I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my homePage Scan
182My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
183The great Physician now is nearPage Scan
184Watchman, tell me, does the morning[Watchman, tell me, does the morning]Page Scan
185aCome thou fount of every blessing
185bKnow, my soul, thy full salvation
186Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languishPage Scan
187Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
188aGod bless our native land, Firm may shePage Scan
188bMy country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of libertyPage Scan
188cCome all ye [you] saints of GodPage Scan

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