A Prayer Meeting and Revival Hymn Book. 5th ed.

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d301Though trouble assail us, and dangers affright
d302Through Christ when we together came
d303Throughout the Savior's life we [I'll] trace
d304Thus saith the Lord, My Son shall reign
d305Thy people, Lord, who trust thy word
d306Thy presence, gracious God, afford
d307Time, like an ever rolling stream
d308'Tis a point I long to know
d309To distant lands thy gospel send
d310To thee, O Lord, my heavenly King
d311To thee our wants are known
d312Today if ye [you] will hear his voice
d313'Twas Jesus' last and great command
d314'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d315Uncertain how the way to find
d316Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbear
d317Wake up [my] muse, condole the loss
d318Wandering pilgrim [pilgrims], mourning Christian [Christians]
d319We now have heard our brethren tell
d320Welcome, dear brethren, to this place
d321Welcome, sweet day of rest
d322We're met dear friends in Jesus' name
d323What happy children, who follow [wait on] Jesus
d324What have I in this barren land
d325What language now salutes the ear
d326What scenes of horror and of dread [death]
d327What think ye [you] of Christ, is the test
d328What various hindrances we meet
d329When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] away
d330When converts first begin to sing
d331When frowning death appears
d332When God revealed his gracious name
d333When I can read my title clear
d334When Jesus Christ was here below
d335When languor and disease invade
d336When we with welcome slumber pressed
d337Where two or three together meet
d338Who but Thou, almighty Spirit
d339Who is as the Christian great
d340Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friends
d341Why should the children of a King
d342Why should we start and fear to die
d343Wide is the gate and broad the way
d344With aching heart and weeping eyes
d345With heavenly power, O Lord, defend
d346With my substance I will honor my Redeemer
d347Wives and husbands there may [will] part
d348Ye burdened souls, to Jesus come
d349Ye careless [carnal] professors, who rest on your lees
d350Ye dying sons of men
d351Ye lovely bands of blooming youth
d352Ye messengers of Christ [God]
d353Ye pilgrims that are wandering home
d354Ye sin sick souls, dismiss your fears
d355Ye sin sick souls draw near, And banquet with your king
d356Ye unconverted, careless souls
d357Yes, we trust the day is breaking

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