The Lecture-Room Hymn-Book: containing the psalms and hymns of the book of common prayer, together with a choice selection of additional hymns, and an appendix of chants and tunes...

Editor: Rev. Dudley A. Tyng
Publisher: [J. D. Lippincott & Co.], Philadelphia, 1855
Denomination: Episcopal Church
Notes: Hymnal is divided into Selections of Psalms (S), Hymns (H), Chants (C), Glorias (G), and Tunes (T)
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H334Oh for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
H335O for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
H336Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
H337Strange and mysterious is my lifePage Scan
H338Lord, I believe a rest remainsPage Scan
H339Saviour, whene'er I search my heartPage Scan
H340Ever patient, gentle, meekPage Scan
H341Art thou acquainted, O my soulPage Scan
H342Searcher of hearts! to thee are knownPage Scan
H343The stars which are conceal'dPage Scan
H344Why, O my soul, so cold and deadPage Scan
H345Thy miracles of lovePage Scan
H346Awaked by Sinai's awful soundPage Scan
H347Say, sinner, hath a voice withinPage Scan
H348There is a time--we know not whenPage Scan
H349Sinner, art thou still secure?Page Scan
H350There is a place of wo unmix'dPage Scan
H351O time, how few thy value weigh!Page Scan
H352While life prolongs its precious lightPage Scan
H353The rush may rise where waters flowPage Scan
H354The King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
H355Afflicted soul! to Christ draw nearPage Scan
H356The voice of free gracePage Scan
H357Sinners, will you scorn the messagePage Scan
H358Cease thou from man; oh, what to theePage Scan
H359Behold a stranger at the doorPage Scan
H360Mourner! art thou conscience strickenPage Scan
H361Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
H362Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
H363Come, trembling sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
H364O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye diePage Scan
H365Sovereign grace hath power alonePage Scan
H366To-day, if ye will hear His voicePage Scan
H367Sweet is the time of springPage Scan
H368My Saviour bids me comePage Scan
H369"Mercy, O thou son of David!"Page Scan
H370Hark, my soul, it is the Lord!Page Scan
H371With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
H372Light beams upon my inward eyePage Scan
H373My only Saviour! when I feelPage Scan
H374How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan
H375Lord, thou hast won; at length I yieldPage Scan
H376Jesus, the sinner's friend, to theePage Scan
H377Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
H378Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
H379Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
H380Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
H381Come, thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
H382People of the living GodPage Scan
H383When with my mind devoutly prestPage Scan
H384Again the orient light is shiningPage Scan
H385I come, my Lord to offer up to theePage Scan
H386O thou by long experience triedPage Scan
H387Jesus, at thy commandPage Scan
H388Israel's Shepherd, guide me, feed mePage Scan
H389Let others ask for transient mirthPage Scan
H390Oft in danger, and in woePage Scan
H391To thee, my God and SaviourPage Scan
H392By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
H393Here is my heart!--my God, I give it theePage Scan
H394"My times are in thy hand"Page Scan
H395Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
H396How happy is the Christian's lot!Page Scan
H397When languor and disease invadePage Scan
H398How happy are theyPage Scan
H399Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
H400I was a grovelling creature oncePage Scan
H401Why should I fear the darkest hourPage Scan
H402Let us love, and sing, and wonderPage Scan
H403The ransom'd spirit to her homePage Scan
H404Oh tell me no more Page Scan
H405There is a thought can lift the soulPage Scan
H406When I can trust my all with GodPage Scan
H407Green pastures and clear streamsPage Scan
H408Watchman, onward to your stationsPage Scan
H409Mark'd as the purpose of the skiesPage Scan
H410Hark! the song of JubileePage Scan
H411Watchman! tell us of the nightPage Scan
H412Yes, we trust the day is breakingPage Scan
H413O'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
H414On the mountain's top appearingPage Scan
H415Now be the gospel bannerPage Scan
H416Night wraps the land where Jesus spokePage Scan
H417Rise, daughter of Zion, thy mourning is o'erPage Scan
H418Thou God of glorious majesty!Page Scan
H419And am I born to diePage Scan
H420My soul, this curious house of clayPage Scan
H421How blest the righteous when he diesPage Scan
H422Deathless principle, arisePage Scan
H423O Lamb of God, my Saviour!Page Scan
H424"Forever with the Lord!"Page Scan
H425When waves of trouble round me swellPage Scan
H426The thought that I must leave ere longPage Scan
H427O weep not for me! I can never be blestPage Scan
H428Father, when thy child is dyingPage Scan
H429O much beloved! fear not to diePage Scan
H430Hark! what voice of love is speakingPage Scan
H431God of my life! thy boundless gracePage Scan
H432Come, let us anewPage Scan
H433Friend after friend departsPage Scan

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