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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301Lord, if thou thy grace impartPage Scan
302The righteous Lord supremely greatPage Scan
303Now let our voices joinPage Scan
304Children of the heavenly KingPage Scan
305When darkness long has veil'd my mindPage Scan
306Blessed Redeemer, how divinePage Scan
307Praise to the Lord of the boundless mightPage Scan
308Dear Saviour, make me wise to seePage Scan
309Thy way, O God! is in the seaPage Scan
310O what stupendous mercy shinesPage Scan
311Yes, I would love thee, blessed GodPage Scan
312Lord, I delight in theePage Scan
313Of all the joys we mortals knowPage Scan
314And have I Christ no love to theePage Scan
315Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
316Let party names no morePage Scan
317Alone in the world though a pilgrimPage Scan
318Should bounteous nature kindly pourPage Scan
319Ye humble souls rejoicePage Scan
320Dear Lord, though bitter is the cupPage Scan
321Unite my roving thoughts, unitePage Scan
322Repent, the voice celestial criesPage Scan
323Lord, shed a beam of heavenly dayPage Scan
324Exalted Prince of life, we ownPage Scan
325My times of sorrow and of joy Great GodPage Scan
326And can my heart aspire so highPage Scan
327It is the Lord—enthron'd in lightPage Scan
328Ashamed of Christ, my soul disdainsPage Scan
329And must I part with all I havePage Scan
330Let those who bear the Christian namePage Scan
331If secret fraud should dwellPage Scan
332Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
333How vast the blessings, how divinePage Scan
334Through all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
335Away my unbelieving fearPage Scan
336Temptations, trials, doubts, and fearsPage Scan
337If God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
338Happy the man who finds the gracePage Scan
339Blest men, who stretch their willing handsPage Scan
340If duty calls, and suffering tooPage Scan
341Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
342And will the eternal KingPage Scan
343And will the offended God againPage Scan
344Awake my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
345My Captain sounds the alarm of warPage Scan
346Now let the feeble all be strongPage Scan
347'Tis my happiness belowPage Scan
348Hear, gracious God, my humble moanPage Scan
349The wandering star and fleeting windPage Scan
350Oft have I turn'd my eye withinPage Scan
351Why should a living man complainPage Scan
352Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
353Dear refuge of my weary soulPage Scan
354Great leader of thine Isr'l's hostPage Scan
355O my soul, what means this sadness?Page Scan
356Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
357Alas what hourly dangers risePage Scan
358I asked the Lord that I might growPage Scan
359Praise to thy name, eternal GodPage Scan
360Now let our souls, on wings sublimePage Scan
361Thus far my God hath led me onPage Scan
362Ye servants of the LordPage Scan
363Assist us, Lord, thy name to praisePage Scan
364O thou that hast redemption wroughtPage Scan
365Hark, 'tis our heavenly Leader's voicePage Scan
366Absurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
367Arise, my soul, on wings sublimePage Scan
368Attend, my soul, the sacred pagePage Scan
369Awake my heart, arise my tonguePage Scan
370Bright scenes of blissPage Scan
371By faith in Christ I walk with GodPage Scan
372By whom was David taughtPage Scan
373Didst thou, dear Jesus, suffer shamePage Scan
374Eternal God, our wondering souls admirePage Scan
375Eternal Sovereign, Lord of allPage Scan
376From Egypt lately freedPage Scan
377Grace, like an uncorrupted seedPage Scan
378Hear this ye favorites of the LordPage Scan
379Dear Saviour, we rejoice to hearPage Scan
380I ask not for honor, pomp or praisePage Scan
381I take thee at thy gracious wordPage Scan
382Is God's peculiar people minePage Scan
383Long have I tried terrestrial joysPage Scan
384Lord, I confess my guilt and shamePage Scan
385Lord, I lament my wretched heartPage Scan
386Lord! I would be a child of thinePage Scan
387Mercy is welcome news indeedPage Scan
388My Saviour, on Mount CalvaryPage Scan
389Oh, happy day, that fix'd my choicePage Scan
390Oh, could I find from day to dayPage Scan
391O that I knew it were the casePage Scan
392O let me run the Christian racePage Scan
393The billows swell, the winds are highPage Scan
394The cause that is for me too hardPage Scan
395The soul that would to Jesus pressPage Scan
396O that I knew the secret placePage Scan
397Thrice happy souls, who, born from heav'nPage Scan
398Every moment brings me nearerPage Scan
399Happiness, thou lovely namePage Scan
400And am I blest with Jesus' lovePage Scan

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