The Voice of Praise: a collection of hymns for the use of the Methodist Church

Publisher: James Robison, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1873
Denomination: Methodist Protestant Church
Language: English
Notes: Hymns, Chants (C) and Doxologies (D) are numbered separately
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101Exalt the Lord of GodTextPage Scan
102Holy and reverend is the nameTextPage Scan
103Lord, thy glory fills the heavenTextPage Scan
104Oh, worship the King all-glorious aboveTextPage Scan
105Holy as thou, O Lord, is none!TextPage Scan
106Meet and right it is to singTextPage Scan
107Jehovah reigns; he dwells in lightTextPage Scan
108Lift up your heads, ye gates! and wide TextPage Scan
109The Lord descended from aboveTextPage Scan
110Thee we adore, eternal Lord!TextPage Scan
111Hallelujah! raise, oh, raiseTextPage Scan
112Eternal Power, Almighty GodTextPage Scan
113Father, how wide thy glory shines!TextPage Scan
114He reigns--the Lord, the Saviour reignsTextPage Scan
115The Lord is King! lift up thy voiceTextPage Scan
116The Lord Jehovah reignsTextPage Scan
117High in the heavens, eternal God!TextPage Scan
118Father of mercies! God of love!TextPage Scan
119He sendeth sun, he sendeth showerTextPage Scan
120My Father! cheering name! Oh, may I call Thee mine?TextPage Scan
121My Father, God! how sweet the soundTextPage Scan
122Lest the great glory from on highTextPage Scan
123Come shout aloud the Father's graceTextPage Scan
124Since all the varying scenes of timeTextPage Scan
125My God, thy boundless love I praiseTextPage Scan
126Though trouble assail us, and dangers affrightTextPage Scan
127Peace, troubled soul, thou need'st not fear!TextPage Scan
128O THOU, my light, my life, my joyTextPage Scan
129Oh, why despond in life's dark vale?TextPage Scan
130O SOURCE divine, and Life of allTextPage Scan
131God moves in a mysterious wayTextPage Scan
132Upward I lift mine eyesTextPage Scan
133While thee I seek, protecting Power!TextPage Scan
134To him who is the Life of lifeTextPage Scan
135Thy way is in the seaTextPage Scan
136With songs and honors sounding loudTextPage Scan
137O LORD! how happy should we beTextPage Scan
138Behold the Man! how glorious he!TextPage Scan
139O CHRIST! our King, Creator, Lord!TextPage Scan
140Brightness of the Father's gloryTextPage Scan
141THEE we adore, eternal Word!TextPage Scan
142Bright king of glory, dreadful God!TextPage Scan
143The Saviour! oh, what endless charmsTextPage Scan
144God with us! oh, glorious name!TextPage Scan
145Jesus, the Christ of GodTextPage Scan
146Ere the blue heavens were stretched abroadTextPage Scan
147Hark! the herald angels singTextPage Scan
148Hark, the glad sound! the Savior comesTextPage Scan
149The race that long in darkness pinedTextPage Scan
150Raise your triumphant songsTextPage Scan
151Rejoice in Jesus' birthPage Scan
152Hark! what mean those holy voicesTextPage Scan
153Hither, ye faithful, haste in songs of triumphTextPage Scan
154Hark! hark!--the notes of joyTextPage Scan
155Shepherds, hail the wondrous stranger!TextPage Scan
156Joy to the world, the Lord is comeTextPage Scan
157Mortals, awake, with angels joinTextPage Scan
158To us a Child of hope is bornTextPage Scan
159When, marshaled on the nightly plainTextPage Scan
160When Jordan hushed his waters stillTextPage Scan
161Ye saints, proclaim abroadTextPage Scan
162Angels, from the realms of gloryTextPage Scan
163While shepherds watched their flocks by nightTextPage Scan
164When at this distance, Lord, we traceTextPage Scan
165See how he loved! exclaimed the JewsTextPage Scan
166Jesus, lover of my soulTextPage Scan
167Oh, where is he that trod the sea?TextPage Scan
168Majestic sweetness sits enthroned upon the Savior's browTextPage Scan
169Jesus, and didst thou condescendTextPage Scan
170A pilgrim through this lonely worldTextPage Scan
171When Jesus dwelt in mortal clayTextPage Scan
172When, like a stranger on our sphereTextPage Scan
173In duties and in sufferings tooTextPage Scan
174My dear Redeemer and my Lord!TextPage Scan
175When power divine, in mortal form TextPage Scan
176Go to dark GethsemaneTextPage Scan
177By shady mount and peaceful lakeTextPage Scan
178How sweetly flowed the gospel soundTextPage Scan
179Behold where, in a mortal formTextPage Scan
180'Tis midnight--and on Olive's browTextPage Scan
181Now let our mournful songs recordTextPage Scan
182Plunged in a gulf of dark despairTextPage Scan
183Who is it that comes from farTextPage Scan
184Soft be the gently breathing notesTextPage Scan
185Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamsTextPage Scan
186Beyond where Kedron's waters flowTextPage Scan
187Ye that pass by, behold the ManTextPage Scan
188Alas! and did my Saviour bleedTextPage Scan
189When I survey the wondrous crossTextPage Scan
190In evil long I took delightTextPage Scan
191'Tis finished! so the Saviour criedTextPage Scan
192Hark! the voice of love and mercyTextPage Scan
193When the Lord was crucifiedTextPage Scan
194Yonder amazing sight!--I seeTextPage Scan
195Of Him who did salvation bringTextPage Scan
196From Calvary a cry was heardTextPage Scan
197Behold the Savior of mankindTextPage Scan
198Christ the Lord is risen to-dayTextPage Scan
199The Savior lives, no more to dieTextPage Scan
200Yes, the Redeemer roseTextPage Scan

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