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The New Harmonia Sacra: a compilation of genuine church music comprising a great variety of metres, harmonized for four voices (Eighteenth Edition)

Author: Joseph Funk
Publisher: Mennonite Publishing House, Scottdale, Pa., 1915
Language: English
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240That great, tremendous day's approachingFINAL DECISIONPage Scan
241High in yonder realms of lightMESSIAHPage Scan
242aCome all who love my Lord and masterREDEEMING GRACEPage Scan
242bSoldiers of the cross arise!CHRISTIAN WARFAREPage Scan
243Ere I sleep for every favorEVENING THOUGHTPage Scan
244aIf life's pleasures charm theeEXHORTATIONPage Scan
244bWhen shall we meet again?SWEET FRIENDSHIPPage Scan
245There is an hour of peaceful restPEACEFUL RESTPage Scan
246aToday the Savior callsTODAYPage Scan
246bThe last lovely morning all blooming and fairLOVELY MORNINGPage Scan
247See the fountain open'd wideHEALING FOUNTAINPage Scan
248Religion! 'tis a glorious treasureHEAVENLY TREASUREPage Scan
249"Go preach my gospel," saith the LordMISSIONARY CHANTPage Scan
250Descend from heaven, Immortal DoveWESTFORDPage Scan
251By cool Siloam's shady rillSILOAMPage Scan
252Far from my thoughts, vain world, be goneWETHERSFIELDPage Scan
253They have gone to the land where the patriarchs restPALESTINEPage Scan
254The voice of my Beloved soundsSPRINGPage Scan
255Farewell, Farewell, Farewell, my friendsPILGRIM'S FAREWELLPage Scan
256Sing hallelujah, praise the Lord!UNITED PRAISESPage Scan
257Shed not a tear o'er your friends' early bierPASSIVENESSPage Scan
258The voice of free grace cries, escape to the mountainSCOTLANDPage Scan
259Plung'd in a gulf of dark despairAZMONPage Scan
260How pleasant thus to dwell belowPARTING HYMNPage Scan
261Father I long, I faint to seeMANOAHPage Scan
262'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsHOMEPage Scan
263What is our God, or what his name?UNIVERSAL PRAISEPage Scan
264A poor wayfaring Man of griefGRACIOUS REWARDPage Scan
265The ransom'd spirit to her homeITALYPage Scan
266Now let our mournful songs recordGOLGOTHAPage Scan
267My soul, thy great Creator praiseDOVERPage Scan
268aSay now, ye lovely social bandSOCIAL BANDPage Scan
268bAwake, my soul, in joyful laysLOVING KINDNESSPage Scan
269Loud hallelujah to the LordLOUD HALLELUJAHPage Scan
270Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel[Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel]Page Scan
272Hear the chiming of the bells!THE SABBATH DAYPage Scan
273Hail the day that saw him riseMIDDLETONPage Scan
274Holy! Holy! Holy! Lord God of Sabaoth![Holy! Holy! Holy! Lord God of Sabaoth!]Page Scan
275aLike Noah's weary doveRESTPage Scan
275bThere is an hour of peaceful restWOODLANDPage Scan
276There is a stream whose narrow tideSTREAM OF DEATHPage Scan
277Let me go where saints are goingLET ME GOPage Scan
278aWhen our hearts are bow'd with woeALBENPage Scan
278bStar of peace, to wand'rers wearyBILLOWPage Scan
279Sweet as the shepherd's tuneful reedVOICE OF PEACEPage Scan
280Father, how wide thy glories shineARCHDALEPage Scan
281Watchman! tell us of the nightWATCHMAN! TELL US OF THE NIGHT!Page Scan
282aThe chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fireTHE CHARIOTPage Scan
282bHear the royal proclamationTHE ROYAL PROCLAMATIONPage Scan
283There is an hour of hallow'd peaceWOODSTOCKPage Scan
284aHow sweet and awful is the placeCOMMUNIONPage Scan
284bEarth has engross'd my love too longFELICITYPage Scan
285Lo the heav'ns are breakingGOD IS LOVEPage Scan
286Wake! Wake! Isles of the South, your redemption draws nearGOSPEL ILLUMINATIONPage Scan
289The Lord Jehovah reignsHAYDN'S CHANTPage Scan
290Praise God from whom all blessings flowDEDICATION ANTHEMPage Scan
293What shall I render unto the LordWHAT SHALL I RENDER UNTO THE LORDPage Scan
294Praise the God of Israel, glorify his name[Praise the God of Israel, glorify his name]Page Scan
296I beheld and lo! a great multitude which no man could numberHEAVENLY VISIONPage Scan
299My soul would fain indulge a hopeCHRISTIAN HOPEPage Scan
300When I can read my title clearPISGAHPage Scan
301Not to our names, thou only Just and TrueWILTONPage Scan
302aAnd let this feeble body failRESIGNATIONPage Scan
302bO for a thousand tongues to singLINGHAMPage Scan
303To us a Child of hope is bornZERAHPage Scan
304The Lord is ris'n indeed!EASTER ANTHEMPage Scan
307There is a land of pure delightJORDANPage Scan
308aMy Christian friends in bonds of lovePARTING HANDPage Scan
308bO praise ye the Lord, prepare a new songWURTEMBURGPage Scan
310aCome, humble sinner, in whose breastSALVATIONPage Scan
310bWhile with ceaseless course the sunBENEVENTOPage Scan
311Come, let us join our friends aboveBROWNPage Scan
312aWhen on Sinai's top I seeTHE THREE MOUNTAINSPage Scan
312bSister, thou wast mild and lovelyMOUNT VERNONPage Scan
313aThat glorious day is drawing nightZION'S LIGHTPage Scan
313bMy thoughts that often mount the skiesCALVARYPage Scan
314Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingDISMISSION ANTHEMPage Scan
316aFarewell, mother! Jesus calls meFAREWELLPage Scan
316bAs on the cross the Savior hungTHE DYING PENITENTPage Scan
317Do not I love thee, O my Lord?DETROITPage Scan
318The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof[The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof]Page Scan
322Lord, we come before thee nowHORTONPage Scan
323When marshall'd on the nightly plainTHE STAR OF BETHLEHEMPage Scan
324There is a place where my hopes are staidTHE FATHERLANDPage Scan
325We plough the fertile meadows, and sow the furrow'd landTHANKSGIVING HYMNPage Scan
326O love the Lord, O love the LordO LOVE THE ORDPage Scan
328On Jordan's stormy bank I standLAND OF PROMISEPage Scan
329Zion! awake, thy strength renewEGLONPage Scan
330Mary to the Savior's tombMARY AT THE SAVIOR'S TOMBPage Scan
331Oh, could I speak the matchless worthARIELPage Scan
332aBe joyful in God all ye lands of the earthBE JOYFUL IN GODPage Scan
332bAlong the banks where Babel's current flowsBABYLONIAN CAPTIVITYPage Scan
333Jerusalem, my glorious home!JERUSALEM! MY GLORIOUS HOME!Page Scan
337Grace, 'tis a pleasing soundCRANBROOKPage Scan
338aLet me go the day is breakingPARTING WORDSPage Scan
338bWelcome delightful mornLISCHERPage Scan
339How charming is the placeAINPage Scan
340aLet thy grace, Lord, make me lowlyHUMILITYPage Scan
340b"Do this" and remember the blood that was shedCANAPage Scan
341Behold, what wondrous graceST. PAUL'SPage Scan

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