The Baptist Harp: a new collection of hymns for the closet, the family, social worship, and revivals

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Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia, 1849
Denomination: Baptist General Convention for Foreign Missions (U.S.)
Language: English
Notes: Page scan is missing pages for hymns 335-342
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1Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
2Far from the world, O Lord, I fleePage Scan
3My God, permit me not to be Page Scan
4Father divine, thy piercing eyePage Scan
5To leave my dear home, and from kindred to partPage Scan
6Prayer is the soul's sincere desirePage Scan
7Sweet is the prayer whose holy streamPage Scan
8O, when the tear is gushingPage Scan
9Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
10O Lord, thy tender mercy hearsPage Scan
11The praying spirit breathePage Scan
12Why is my heart so far from theePage Scan
13O that I knew the secret placePage Scan
14While thee I seek, protecting Power!Page Scan
15My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
16When quiet in my house I sitPage Scan
17Lord, I have made thy word my choicePage Scan
18I love the sacred book of GodPage Scan
19Thou lovely source of true delightPage Scan
20Precious Bible, what a treasurePage Scan
21In this calm impressive hourPage Scan
22Lord of my life, O may thy praisePage Scan
23My God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
24Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
25Serene I laid me downPage Scan
26Christ, whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan
27The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
28When the worn spirit wants reposePage Scan
29Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
30Sweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
31Full speed along the world's highwayPage Scan
32Parched by the noon-tide heatPage Scan
33I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
34The mellow eve is glidingPage Scan
35At evening to myself I sayPage Scan
36Now from labor and from carePage Scan
37Thus far the Lord hath led me onPage Scan
38Dread Sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
39'Tis the hour when silent thoughtPage Scan
40Glory to thee, my God, this night Page Scan
41From evil secure and its dreadPage Scan
42Sweet is the light of Sabbath-evePage Scan
43Lord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
44When, O dear Jesus, when shall IPage Scan
45When on her Maker's bosomPage Scan
46Father of the human racePage Scan
47Sweetest bonds of friendship, herePage Scan
48Blest is the pious housePage Scan
49How pleasant 'tis to seePage Scan
50Peace be to this habitationPage Scan
51In all my ways, O GodPage Scan
52Assembled round thine altar, LordPage Scan
53How painfully pleasing the fond recollectionPage Scan
54How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
55Thrice happy souls, who, born of heavenPage Scan
56Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
57When we, with welcome slumber pressedPage Scan
58A thousand precious gifts, O LordPage Scan
59This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
60Another six days' work is donePage Scan
61Sweet is the work, O LordPage Scan
62Now, from the altar of our heartsPage Scan
63The day is past and gonePage Scan
64The short-lived day declines in hastePage Scan
65Saviour, breathe an evening blessingPage Scan
66Blessed be thy name for everPage Scan
67Another day thy love has spared usPage Scan
68Now condescend, Almighty kingPage Scan
69The hours of evening closePage Scan
70This sacred day, great God, we closePage Scan
71Frequent the day of God returnsPage Scan
72The light of Sabbath evePage Scan
73Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord we lovePage Scan
74Blessings attend thee, little onePage Scan
75Come and welcome, lovely stranger!Page Scan
76Lord, assist us by thy gracePage Scan
77I and my house will serve the LordPage Scan
78Fain, O my child, I'd have thee knowPage Scan
79God of mercy, hear our prayerPage Scan
80Thou, who a tender parent artPage Scan
81In life's joyous morning, while hope still is brightPage Scan
82See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand Page Scan
83O Jesus, delight of my soulPage Scan
84How happy is the child who hearsPage Scan
85And now, my soul, another yearPage Scan
86Swift as the winged arrow fliesPage Scan
87God of my life! to theePage Scan
88To thee, when called a while to partPage Scan
89For a season called to partPage Scan
90When shall we all meet again?Page Scan
91When shall we meet again?Page Scan
92Joyful words--"we meet again!"Page Scan
93Come, let us strike our harps afreshPage Scan
94O thou who dry'st the mourner's tearPage Scan
95In the floods of tribulationPage Scan
96'Tis my happiness belowPage Scan
97Thou only centre of my restPage Scan
98O thou whose compassionate carePage Scan
99O Lord, my best desires fulfillPage Scan
100When languor and disease invadePage Scan

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