The Psalms and Hymns, with the Doctrinal Standards and Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in North America

Publisher: Board of Publication of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, New York, 1860
Denomination: (Old Dutch) Reformed Church in America. Reformed P
Language: English
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H678Sovereign of life, I [we] own thy handPage Scan
H679Let gratitude waken the songPage Scan
H680Swell the anthem, raise the songPage Scan
H681Freemen, awake the songPage Scan
H682Since Jesus freely [purely] did appearPage Scan
H683With cheerful voices rise and singPage Scan
H684For a season called to partPage Scan
H685Through Christ when we together camePage Scan
H686Come, let us strike our harps afreshPage Scan
H687God of my life, to thee my cheerful soulPage Scan
H688Swift as the winged arrow fliesPage Scan
H689I love the Lord, whose gracious earPage Scan
H690When Hannah pressed with griefPage Scan
H691Lord, in thy temple we appearPage Scan
H692When we are raised from deep distressPage Scan
H693Our souls shall magnify the Lord, In God the SaviorPage Scan
H694When on Sinai's top I seePage Scan
H695Father of all, Thy care we blessPage Scan
H696How are thy servants blest, O Lord [God]Page Scan
H697In God's own house, by silent nightPage Scan
H698In God the Father I believePage Scan
H699Ye men and angels, witness nowPage Scan
H700The time is short the season nearPage Scan
H701Time is winging us awayPage Scan
H702That awful hour will soon appearPage Scan
H703Death! what a solemn word to allPage Scan
H704Before us to the gravePage Scan
H705Oft as the bell, with solemn toll, Speaks the departure of a soulPage Scan
H706Sinner, is thy soul preparedPage Scan
H707Lo on a narrow neck of landPage Scan
H708Eternity, stupendous themePage Scan
H709Where are the dead, in heaven or hellPage Scan
H710O where shall rest be foundPage Scan
H711Death, 'tis a melancholy day To those that have no GodPage Scan
H712Stoop down, my thoughts, that [which] used [use] to risePage Scan
H713Hark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] soundPage Scan
H714Why, thus impatient to be gonePage Scan
H715While on the verge of life I standPage Scan
H716O thou, before whose gracious thronePage Scan
H717What though the arm of conquering deathPage Scan
H718To thee, O God, when creatures failPage Scan
H719Why should our tears in sorrow flowPage Scan
H720Alas how changed that lovely flowerPage Scan
H721Ye mourning saints [friends] [ ones], whose streaming tearsPage Scan
H722When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] awayPage Scan
H723Life is a span, a fleeting hour How soon the vapor fliesPage Scan
H724'Tis Jesus speaks, I fold, says hePage Scan
H725Mourn not ye [ye not], whose child hath found Purer skiesPage Scan
H726When sickness, pain, and deathPage Scan
H727Hear what the voice from heaven proclaimsPage Scan
H728Saints in their graves lie down in peacePage Scan
H729And must this body diePage Scan
H730There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
H731How blest the righteous when he diesPage Scan
H732Death may dissolve my body now, And bear my spirit homePage Scan
H733Hear what the voice from heaven declaresPage Scan
H734Death cannot make our souls afraid, If God be with us therePage Scan
H735When death appears before my [our] sightPage Scan
H736In vain my [the] fancy strives to paint The moment after deathPage Scan
H737O ye mourners, cease to languishPage Scan
H738Spirit, leave thine [thy] [the] house of clayPage Scan
H739To Jesus, the crown of my [our] hopePage Scan
H740O for an overcoming faithPage Scan
H741While here I sit at Jesus' feetPage Scan
H742'Tis sweet to rest in lively hopePage Scan
H743This world of sin and deathPage Scan
H744It is not death to diePage Scan
H745Happy soul, thy days are ended [ending]Page Scan
H746How still and peaceful is [Lord] the gravePage Scan
H747Thou art gone to the grave but we will not deplore theePage Scan
H748Brother, thou art gone before usPage Scan
H749Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovelyPage Scan
H750Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
H751Blest Jesus, source of every gracePage Scan
H752How long shall death, the tyrant, reignPage Scan
H753Unvail [Unveil] thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
H754Through sorrow's night and danger's path [way] [road]Page Scan
H755Day of judgment, day of wondersPage Scan
H756The Lord shall [will] come, the earth shall [will] quakePage Scan
H757The day approacheth [approaches], O my soulPage Scan
H758The [That] day of wrath, that dreadful day, When heavenPage Scan
H759Behold, the day is come, The righteous judge is nearPage Scan
H760That awful day will surely comePage Scan
H761And will the Judge descend [ascend]Page Scan
H762Dark brood the heavens o'er theePage Scan
H763Hark, that shout [sound] of rapturous joy [rapture high]Page Scan
H764Hark! from the deep of heaven a trumpet soundPage Scan
H765How great, how terrible that GodPage Scan
H766Great God, what do I [we] see and hearPage Scan
H767Far from the [these] narrow [gloomy] scenes of night [life]Page Scan
H768Eternal life, how sweet the soundPage Scan
H769There is a world of perfect bliss Above the starry skiesPage Scan
H770There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
H771Rejoicing now in glorious hopePage Scan
H772I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stayPage Scan
H773What have I in this barren landPage Scan
H774There is an hour of hallowed peacePage Scan
H775When I can read my title clearPage Scan
H776Jerusalem, my happy home, name ever dear to mePage Scan
H777High in yonder realms of lightPage Scan

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