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The Baptist Hymn Book: original and selected: in two parts

Editor: Wm. C. Buck
Publisher: J. Eliot & Co., Louisville, Ky., 1842
Denomination: Baptist
Language: English
Notes: Hymns in Part II (B) are numbered separately
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1Great God, one thought of TheePage Scan
2Eternal power, almighty GodPage Scan
3Lord, thou hast made me know thy waysPage Scan
4Eternal Power, whose high abodePage Scan
5Ye humble souls, approach your GodPage Scan
6When the Eternal bows the skiesPage Scan
7Holy and reverend is the namePage Scan
8Great Former of this various framePage Scan
9Thy name, how infinite they bePage Scan
10God is a name my soul adoresPage Scan
11Celestial King, our spirits liePage Scan
12Amid the splendors of thy statePage Scan
13Come, ye that know and fear the LordPage Scan
14Great Author of the immortal mindPage Scan
15Do thou, my soul, in sacred laysPage Scan
16Great God, thy penetrating eyePage Scan
17The Lord, the high and Holy OnePage Scan
18The Lord, our God, is full of mightPage Scan
19Awake, my tongue, thy tribute bringPage Scan
20Lord, how mysterious are Thy waysPage Scan
21Thou art, O God, a Spirit purePage Scan
22Keep silence, all created thingsPage Scan
23What is our God or what his namePage Scan
24Ye humble saints, proclaim abroadPage Scan
25Hail, holy, holy, holy LordPage Scan
26In grateful songs we will recordPage Scan
27Eternal God, Almighty CausePage Scan
28Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's willPage Scan
29To God, the universal KingPage Scan
30Father of glory! to thy namePage Scan
31Look up ye saints direct your eyesPage Scan
32Eternal Wisdom thee we praisePage Scan
33Ye sons of men, with joy recordPage Scan
34Thy ways, O Lord, with wise designPage Scan
35The earth and all the heavenly framePage Scan
36Lord, when my raptured thought surveysPage Scan
37Through all the various shifting scenePage Scan
38God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
39Thy way, O God! is in the seaPage Scan
40Great God of providence, thy waysPage Scan
41How are thy servants blest, O Lord!Page Scan
42Almighty Father, gracious LordPage Scan
43Almighty King, whose wondrous handPage Scan
44When all Thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
45Whilst thee I seek, protecting powerPage Scan
46Adam our father and our headPage Scan
47With tears of anguish I lamentPage Scan
48Astonished and distressedPage Scan
49Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arisePage Scan
50Ah how shall fallen manPage Scan
51Lord, we are vile, conceived in sinPage Scan
52How precious is the book divinePage Scan
53When Isr'l through the desert passedPage Scan
54'Twas by an order from the LordPage Scan
55Let avarice, from shore to shorePage Scan
56Father of mercies, in thy wordPage Scan
57Holy Bible, book divinePage Scan
58I love the sacred book of GodPage Scan
59Precious Bible, what a treasurePage Scan
60What glory gilds the sacred pagePage Scan
61That God, who made the worlds on highPage Scan
62Thy sire, and her who brought thee forthPage Scan
63Here, Lord, my soul convicted standsPage Scan
64Raise thoughtless sinner raise thine eyePage Scan
65No strength of nature can sufficePage Scan
66Cursed be the man for ever cursedPage Scan
67Israel in ancient daysPage Scan
68How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
69Saviour of men and Lord of lovePage Scan
70Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
71When at a distance, Lord, we tracePage Scan
72Hither, ye faithful; haste with songs of triumphPage Scan
73While shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightPage Scan
74No war nor battle's sound was heardPage Scan
75Wrapped in the silence of the nightPage Scan
76Mortals, awake, with angels joinPage Scan
77Hark, the herald angels singPage Scan
78Awake, awake the sacred songPage Scan
79Immanuel, sunk with dreadful woePage Scan
80Jesus, in thy transporting namePage Scan
81Stretched on the cross the Saviour diesPage Scan
82Yonder amazing sight I seePage Scan
83Yes, the Redeemer rosePage Scan
84Christ the Lord, Is risen today!Page Scan
85Angels, roll the rock awayPage Scan
86When I the holy grave surveyPage Scan
87Ye humble souls that seek the LordPage Scan
88The Lord is risen indeedPage Scan
89Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
90Hail, thou happy morn, so gloriousPage Scan
91He lives, the great Redeemer livesPage Scan
92Awake, sweet gratitude and singPage Scan
93Now let our cheerful eyes surveyPage Scan
94How keen the tempter's malice isPage Scan
95Now let us raise our cheerful strainsPage Scan
96The mighty frame of glorious gracePage Scan
97Rejoice, the Lord is KingPage Scan
98Great God, whose universal swayPage Scan
99Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
100Thus God th'eternal spakePage Scan

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