Social and Campmeeting Songs For the Pious (4th ed.)

Publisher: Armstrong & Plaskitt, Baltimore, 1822
Language: English
Notes: Some numbers are skipped or duplicated, when necessary, brackets are used for numbers in the hymnal. the page scan is missing a page.
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102Sweet to rejoice in lively hopePage Scan
103In every trouble, sharp and strongPage Scan
104Hark! hark! what sounds are these so pleasingPage Scan
105Thou God of Jabez hearPage Scan
106Through all the downward tracts [tracks] of timePage Scan
107Cast thy burdens on the LordPage Scan
108Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
109How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
110Begone, unbelief, [for] my [our] Savior is nearPage Scan
111My soul be on thy [your] guardPage Scan
112Approach, my soul, the mercy seatPage Scan
113Come and taste along with me, the weary pilgrims consolationPage Scan
114Vital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
115O for a breeze of heav'nly lovePage Scan
116O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
117When the fierce north wind with his airy forcesPage Scan
118Come and taste along with mePage Scan
119O give me Lord, my sins to mournPage Scan
120Exulting, rejoicing, hail the happy morningPage Scan
121The trump of the gospel resounds through the landPage Scan
122When faith presents the Savior's deathPage Scan
123On the brink of fiery ruinPage Scan
124Lord, when together here we meetPage Scan
125A few more days on earth to spendPage Scan
126Grant, gracious Father, that this dayPage Scan
127O thou whose guardian care hath keptPage Scan
128Great God, on thee our trust is stayedPage Scan
129Young people, all, attention givePage Scan
130Don't you see my Jesus comingPage Scan
131Stop, poor sinner [sinners], stop and thinkPage Scan
132The souls that would to Jesus pressPage Scan
133Sweet muse, descend, and bless the shadePage Scan
134It grieves me, Lord, it grieves me sorePage Scan
135How dreadful is the thought of deathPage Scan
136[137]Soon will this mortal life be o'erPage Scan
137O hearken sinners, we have come [cause] to warn youPage Scan
138Though in the outward, earthly church belowPage Scan
139If life's pleasures charm [cheer] thee [you], give them not thy [your] heartPage Scan
141Great Redeemer, Friend of sinnersPage Scan
142Whither goest thou, pilgrim strangerPage Scan
143Hail ye sighing sons of sorrowPage Scan
144As near to Calvary I passPage Scan
145See, the eternal Judge descendingPage Scan
146What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
148Lo I come with joy to doPage Scan
149When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] awayPage Scan
140Lord, and am I yet alive, But [Not] in torments, not in hellPage Scan
151While on the verge of life I standPage Scan
152O why should unbeliefPage Scan
153How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the LordPage Scan
153[154]When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
154Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
155Shew me the souls to doubt expos'dPage Scan
156I'll sing my Saviour's gracePage Scan

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