Additional Hymns, Adopted by the General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church in North America, at their Session June 1831. 2nd ed.

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Publisher: Rutgers Press, New York, N.Y., 1831
Denomination: (Old Dutch) Reformed Church in America. Reformed P
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1The spacious firmament on highPage Scan
2Keep silence, all created thingsPage Scan
3Come, ye that know and fear the LordPage Scan
4Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confessPage Scan
5Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
6Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to singPage Scan
7Mortals, awake, with angels joinPage Scan
8Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
9When marshalled on the nightly plainPage Scan
10There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
11Deep are the wounds which sin has madePage Scan
12Hail, sovereign love, that first beganPage Scan
13While high the heavenly temple standsPage Scan
14And is the gospel peace and lovePage Scan
15Rock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
16All hail the power of Jesus' lovePage Scan
17Glory to God on highPage Scan
18Come every pious heartPage Scan
19Let us love and sing and wonderPage Scan
20Holy Ghost, dispel our sadnessPage Scan
21Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stayPage Scan
22Sinner, art thou still securePage Scan
23Sinner, stop, O stop and thinkPage Scan
24Sinners, behold that downward roadPage Scan
25When frowning death appearsPage Scan
26Ungrateful sinners, whence this scornPage Scan
27Repent, the voice celestial criesPage Scan
28Hasten, sinner, to be wisePage Scan
29Say, sinner, hath a voice withinPage Scan
30Behold the mountain of the LordPage Scan
31Who is this stranger at the doorPage Scan
32What is the thing of greatest pricePage Scan
33Come weary souls, with sin distressedPage Scan
34Come, ye weary, heavy ladenPage Scan
35Return, O wanderer, returnPage Scan
36O what amazing words of gracePage Scan
37Today if you will hear his voicePage Scan
38The voice of free grace cries escapePage Scan
39Come, humble sinner, in whose breast
40Is this the kind return
41O Thou, whose tender mercy hearsPage Scan
42Prostrate dear Jesus at thy feetPage Scan
43Sovereign Ruler, Lord of allPage Scan
44Friend of the friendless and the faintPage Scan
45Come, my soul, thy suit preparePage Scan
46Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
47My former hopes are fledPage Scan
48How sad our state by nature isPage Scan
49How helpless guilty nature liesPage Scan
50Weary of struggling with my painPage Scan
51Welcome, welcome, dear RedeemerPage Scan
52Who can describe the joys that risePage Scan
53O how divine how sweet the joyPage Scan
54Rise, O my soul, the hours reviewPage Scan
55My soul, with humble fervor raisePage Scan
56People of the living God! I have sought the worldPage Scan
57Far from thy fold, O God, my feetPage Scan
58Hail, my ever blessed JesusPage Scan
59I hear a voice that comes from farPage Scan
60Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the wayPage Scan
61Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
62O happy day, that fixed my choicePage Scan
63The giddy world, with flattering tonguePage Scan
64Our souls, by love together knitPage Scan
65How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
66Grace, 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
67In songs of sublime adoration and praisePage Scan
68How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
69Faith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
70When gathering clouds around I viewPage Scan
71Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
72O could I find some peaceful bowerPage Scan
73Did Christ o'er sinners weep?Page Scan
74Come, heavenly peace of mindPage Scan
75Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
76Come, we who love the LordPage Scan
77When musing sorrow weeps the pastPage Scan
78'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
79Return, my soul, unto thy restPage Scan
80What jarring natures dwell withinPage Scan
81I would but cannot singPage Scan
82Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
83O that I knew the secret placePage Scan
84Once I thought my mountain strongPage Scan
85Dear refuge of my weary soulPage Scan
86Pilgrim, burdened with thy sinPage Scan
87O my soul, what means this sadnessPage Scan
88When darkness long has veil' mindPage Scan
89Thou only Sovereign of my heartPage Scan
90How vain are all things here belowPage Scan
91My soul, be on thy guardPage Scan
92O Isr'l, to thy tents repairPage Scan
93Awake my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
94Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
95Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
96When on Sinai's top I seePage Scan
97Many woes had Christ enduredPage Scan
98Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
99Your harps, ye trembling saintsPage Scan
100Children of the heavenly king as we journeyPage Scan

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