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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801Lord, from thy blessed throneTextPage Scan
802Hush the loud cannon's roarTextPage Scan
803All men are equal in their birthTextPage Scan
804Nature hath seasons of reposeTextPage Scan
805Pour, blessed Gospel, glorious news for man!TextPage Scan
806Oh, fairest-born of Love and Light!TextPage Scan
807Oh, all ye nations, praise the Lord, Each with diff'rent tongueTextPage Scan
808Men of God, go take your stationsText
809Jesus, thy blood and righteousnessTextPage Scan
810O Lord, thy love's unbounded!TextPage Scan
811When this passing world is doneTextPage Scan
812O thou, who hast redeemed of oldTextPage Scan
813Glory be to God on highTextPage Scan
814God's holy law, transgressedTextPage Scan
815My Savior, how shall I proclaimTextPage Scan
816Fair shines the morning starTextPage Scan
817Beyond the starry skies, Far as the eternal hillsTextPage Scan
818Broad is the road that leads to deathTextPage Scan
819Hasten, sinner! to be wiseTextPage Scan
820Sinner, turn, why will ye die?TextPage Scan
821Awake, awake, each sluggish soul!TextPage Scan
822Sinners! will you scorn the messageTextPage Scan
823Hearts of stone, relent, relent!TextPage Scan
824Return, O wanderer, to thy homeTextPage Scan
825Return, O wanderer, now returnTextPage Scan
826Brother hast thou wandered farTextPage Scan
827Weary sinner, keep thine eyesTextPage Scan
828The swift-declining dayTextPage Scan
829Life is the time to serve the LordTextPage Scan
830Come, trembling sinner, in whose breastTextPage Scan
831Ye wretched, starving poor!TextPage Scan
832The Spirit, in our hearts TextPage Scan
833Delay not, delay not, O sinner, draw nearTextPage Scan
834Come, weary souls! with sins distressedTextPage Scan
835Come, sinner, to the gospel feast; Oh, come without delayTextPage Scan
836Christ bids us knock and enter inTextPage Scan
837Come, said Jesus' sacred voiceTextPage Scan
838Pilgrim, burdened with thy sin, Come the way to Zion's gateTextPage Scan
839With tearful eyes I look aroundTextPage Scan
840Come to the ark, come to the arkTextPage Scan
841Deep are the wounds which sin has madeTextPage Scan
842Now the Savior standeth pleadingTextPage Scan
843Make room for Jesus! room, sad heartTextPage Scan
844Whom have we, Lord, in heav'n, but theeTextPage Scan
845Come, ye sinners, poor and needy, Weak and wounded, sick and soreTextPage Scan
846Come to Calvary's holy mountainTextPage Scan
847Come hither, all ye weary soulsTextPage Scan
848Behold! a Stranger's at the door!TextPage Scan
849Let every mortal ear attendTextPage Scan
850Come, ye disconsolate! where'er ye languishTextPage Scan
851Retire, vain world, awhile retireTextPage Scan
852Jesus is our loving SaviorTextPage Scan
853From year to year in love we meetTextPage Scan
854Who shall sing, if not the children?TextPage Scan
855Around the throne of God in heaven Thousands of children standTextPage Scan
856I think, when I read that sweet story of oldTextPage Scan
857Hosanna, be the children's songTextPage Scan
858Now unite our hearts and voices In a song of joy and praiseTextPage Scan
859The Saviour kindly callsTextPage Scan
860We bring no glittering treasures, No gems from earth's deep mineTextPage Scan
861If, while the Jewish agesTextPage Scan
862We are coming, blessed Savior, We hear thy gentle voiceTextPage Scan
863Lord, it belongs not to my careTextPage Scan
864Tarry with me, O my SaviorTextPage Scan
865Abide with me! Fast falls the eventideTextPage Scan
866While foes are strong, and danger nearTextPage Scan
867Thou must go forth alone, my soul!TextPage Scan
868Thy life I read, my gracious LordTextPage Scan
869Oh, what is life?--'tis like a flowerTextPage Scan
870The morning flowers display their sweetsTextPage Scan
871Beneath our feet and o'er our headTextPage Scan
872Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb!TextPage Scan
873Why do we mourn departing friends?TextPage Scan
874Blest hour, when righteous souls shall meetTextPage Scan
875There is a calm for those who weepTextPage Scan
876Another hand is beckoning usTextPage Scan
877One sweetly solemn thought TextPage Scan
878Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyTextPage Scan
879What is life? 'tis but a vaporTextPage Scan
880Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound!TextPage Scan
881Vital spark of heavenly flameTextPage Scan
882Weep not for the saint that ascendsTextPage Scan
883Man dieth and wasteth away TextPage Scan
884And must this body die?TextPage Scan
885Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewellTextPage Scan
886Earth, with its dark and dreadful illsTextPage Scan
887Rejoice for a brother deceasedTextPage Scan
888How blest the righteous when he diesTextPage Scan
889Friend after friend departsTextPage Scan
890Far from affliction, toil, and careTextPage Scan
891Rest from thy labor, restTextPage Scan
892Happy soul, thy days are endedTextPage Scan
893How sweet the hour of closing dayTextPage Scan
894Farewell, dear friend! a long farewell!TextPage Scan
895Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleepTextPage Scan
896Servant of God, well done! Thy glorious warfare's pastTextPage Scan
897Why should we start, and fear to die?TextPage Scan
898An early summons Jesus sendsTextPage Scan
899O spirit, freed from earthTextPage Scan
900Thou art gone to the grave! but we will not deplore theeTextPage Scan

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