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Sacred Poetry and Music Reconciled; or a Collection of Hymns, Original and Compiled

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401O, who in such a world as thisPage Scan
402Were all our hopes and all our fearsPage Scan
403Behold the beauteous western lightPage Scan
404How calm the scene when virtue diesPage Scan
405The day is come, the welcome dayPage Scan
406The hour of my departure's comePage Scan
407Vital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
408When sickness shakes the languid framePage Scan
409When life's tempestuous storms are o'erPage Scan
410Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewellPage Scan
411Behold an hour of heavenly restPage Scan
412Blessed hour, when virtuous friends shall meetPage Scan
413Far from these scenes of night Page Scan
414O, could we soar to worlds abovePage Scan
415Oh, stay thy tears; for they are blessedPage Scan
416O, when shall our spirits exchangePage Scan
417'Stand still, refulgent orb of day'Page Scan
418There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
419Why weep for those, frail child of woPage Scan
420The toils of life are pastPage Scan
421While to the grave our friends are bornePage Scan
422When life's appointed course is runPage Scan
423How still and peaceful, Lord, the gravePage Scan
424Behold the gloomy valePage Scan
425Like some sweet flower, that cheers the mornPage Scan
426We've seen the blushing flower of springPage Scan
427This life's a dream, a fleeting hourPage Scan
428How short the term of human life!Page Scan
429Our fathers, where are theyPage Scan
430He dies, he dies, alas! he diesPage Scan
431Lord, what a feeble piecePage Scan
432Sinful man is doomed to deathPage Scan
433Children of men, the tomb surveyPage Scan
434Arise, my soul, extend thy wingsPage Scan
435Hear, O ye dead! awake, arisePage Scan
436Lo, he comes, from heaven descendingPage Scan
437When wild confusion wrecks the airPage Scan
438The day approaches, O my soulPage Scan
439Heaven is a pure and awful placePage Scan
440Pure are all the joys above the skyPage Scan
441Wretched sinner, where's thy gain?Page Scan
442God in his mercy callsPage Scan
443Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbearPage Scan
444God of eternity, from theePage Scan
445O time, how few thy value weigh!Page Scan
446Time is a rich, but transient giftPage Scan
447That awful hour will soon appearPage Scan
448The time draws near, when thou, my soulPage Scan
449Welcome the humblest flowersPage Scan
450Ye infants and children, draw nearPage Scan
451Amid the gayest scenes of youthPage Scan
452In all the gayest scenes of youthPage Scan
453Placed on the verge of youth, my mindPage Scan
454Father of all, thy name I singPage Scan
455Lo, we behold the scattering shadesPage Scan
456All nature dies, and lives againPage Scan
457The wintry storms have ceased to roarPage Scan
458When verdure clothes the fertile valePage Scan
459Behold the fields in bright arrayPage Scan
460Another brief summer has taken its flightPage Scan
461The blooming summer now is pastPage Scan
462Great God, at whose all-powerful callPage Scan
463Rejoice; the Lord is kingPage Scan
464The heavenly spheres to thee, O GodPage Scan
465Praise to God, immortal praisePage Scan
466All hail the smiling raysPage Scan
467And now, my soul, another yearPage Scan
468While with ceaseless course the sunPage Scan
469Lord, grant us every public goodPage Scan
470Be joyful, ye servants and children of GodPage Scan
471How rich thy gifts, Almighty King!Page Scan
472Lord, wilt thou here attendPage Scan
473O Thou to whom in ancient timePage Scan
474This house, to thee we now devotePage Scan
475By thine unchanging mercy, LordPage Scan
476O thou, who art above all heightPage Scan
477Thy love and mercy, gracious GodPage Scan
478From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
479To Him, from whom our blessings flowPage Scan
480Accept, O god, the praise we bringPage Scan
481Behold the Son of GodPage Scan
482Father, we wait to feel thy gracePage Scan
483Hark! the voice of power and mercyPage Scan
484How glorious, Lord, this favored placePage Scan
485Jesus, the Son of GodPage Scan
486Now I approach thy table, LordPage Scan
487Lo, the blessed Jesus diesPage Scan
488O for a song of ardent praisePage Scan
489O here, if ever, God of lovePage Scan
490Pardon and peace to dying menPage Scan
491The name of Jesus I'll proclaimPage Scan
492Thou hast spread the sacred boardPage Scan
493To these provisions of our boardPage Scan
494'Twas on that dark and dreary nightPage Scan
495Again the cheerful dawn appearsPage Scan
496Hail, once more the cheerful morning!Page Scan
497In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
498O God, my grateful soul aspiresPage Scan
499Poor and feeble, Lord, we arePage Scan
500Raised to new life our hearts would soarPage Scan

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