Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs: a manual of worship for the church of Christ

Editor: Charles S. Robinson
Publisher: A. S. Barnes & Co., New York, 1875
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
Language: English
Notes: Doxologies (D) and Chants and Occasional Pieces (C) are numbered separately
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1095Take my heart, O Father, take itDORRNANCEPage Scan
1096Jesus spreads his banner o'er usPage Scan
1097While in sweet communion feedingPage Scan
1098Jesus calls us, o'er the tumultPage Scan
1099Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
1100From the table now retiringPage Scan
1101Jesus, who on Calvary's mountainPage Scan
1102Christ, above all glory seatedPage Scan
1103Cross, reproach and tribulationPage Scan
1104Holy Father, thou hast taught mePage Scan
1105In the cross of Christ I gloryRATHBUNPage Scan
1106When I view my Saviour bleedingPage Scan
1107Let our songs of praise ascendingPage Scan
1108O bread to pilgrims givenPATNAHPage Scan
1109I build on this foundationPage Scan
1110When human hopes all witherPage Scan
1111From Greenland's icy mountainsMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
1112How beauteous on the mountainsPage Scan
1113Soon may the last glad song ariseGROSTETTEPage Scan
1114Behold, the expected time draw nearPage Scan
1115Jesus, thy church with longing eyesPage Scan
1116O Isr'l, to thy tents repairPage Scan
1117Arm of the Lord, awake, awakeLONGPage Scan
1118Zion, awake, thy strength renewPage Scan
1119Sovereign of worlds, display thy powerPage Scan
1120Marked as the purpose of the skiesPage Scan
1121Ye Christian heralds! go proclaimPage Scan
1122Assembled at thy great commandPage Scan
1123O Sun of righteousness, arise with healingPage Scan
1124Look from thy sphere of endless dayPage Scan
1125Though now the nations sit beneathMENDONPage Scan
1126From day to day, before our eyesPage Scan
1127Great Lord of all thy churches, hearPage Scan
1128Ascend thy throne, almighty KingPage Scan
1129On the mountain's top appearingZIONPage Scan
1130Zion stands with hills surroundedPage Scan
1131O'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
1132Saviour, visit thy plantationSICILYPage Scan
1133Hark, the sound of angel voicesPage Scan
1134Where the woodman's axe is ringingPage Scan
1135Hark, the song of jubileePERRYPage Scan
1136Come, Desire of nations, comePage Scan
1137Watchman, tell us of the nightWATCHMAN, TELL USPage Scan
1138Soldiers of the cross! arisePage Scan
1139The morning light is breakingWEBBPage Scan
1140Roll on, thou mighty oceanPage Scan
1141Now be the gospel bannerPage Scan
1142Our country's voice is pleadingMUNICHPage Scan
1143And is the time approachingPage Scan
1144Hark, the voice of Jesus callingMISSION SONGPage Scan
1145If you cannot on the oceanPage Scan
1146We are watching, we are waitingBEAUTEOUS DAYPage Scan
1147Hail, thou God of grace and gloryPage Scan
1148Light of those whose dreary dwellingMIDDLETONPage Scan
1149Zion, dreary and in anguishPage Scan
1150Come, Thou long expected JesusPage Scan
1151Glorious things of thee are spokenSTOUGHTONPage Scan
1152Hear what God the Lord hath spokenPage Scan
1153Come, Lord, and tarry notST. BRIDEPage Scan
1154O for the happy hour when GodPage Scan
1155O Lord, thy work revivePage Scan
1156O thou whom we adoreLUTHERPage Scan
1157O Lord, our God, arisePage Scan
1158Thy name, Almighty LordPage Scan
1159Come, kingdom of our GodPage Scan
1160Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningWESLEYPage Scan
1161Wake thee, O Zion, thy mourning is endedPage Scan
1162Isles of the south, your redemption is nearingPage Scan
1163Fount of everlasting loveHOMERPage Scan
1164See how great a flame aspiresPage Scan
1165Hasten, Lord, the glorious timePage Scan
1166Triumphant Zion, lift thy headANVERNPage Scan
1167Why, on the bending willows hungPage Scan
1168Disowned of heaven, by man oppressedPage Scan
1169I would not live alway: I ask not to stayFREDERICKPage Scan
1170Thou art gone to the grave but we will not deplore theePage Scan
1171Why should we start and fear to dieZEPHYRPage Scan
1172Gently, my Saviour, let me downPage Scan
1173How blest the righteous when he diesPage Scan
1174Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepRESTPage Scan
1175The hour of my departure's comePage Scan
1176So fades the lovely, blooming flowerPage Scan
1177Why do we mourn departing friendsCHINAPage Scan
1178Why should our tears in sorrow flowPage Scan
1179How still and peaceful is the gravePage Scan
1180O for an overcoming faithBARBYPage Scan
1181Thro' sorrow's night and danger's pathPage Scan
1182When downward to the darksome tombPage Scan
1183Forever with the LordOLMUTZPage Scan
1184O for the death of thosePage Scan
1185How swiftly the torrent rollsPage Scan
1186One sweetly solemn thoughtDUNBARPage Scan
1187A few more years shall rollPage Scan
1188Rest for the toiling handPage Scan
1189It is not death to dieGREENWOODPage Scan
1190Servant of God, well done, restPage Scan
1191I have a home above, from sin and sorrow freePage Scan
1192And is there, Lord, a restDAWNPage Scan
1193The church has waited longPage Scan
1194For all thy saints, O LordPage Scan

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