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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601Alas alas why is it soPage Scan
602As Jacob did in days of oldPage Scan
603And are we yet alivePage Scan
604Behold the throne of gracePage Scan
605Come, praying souls, rejoicePage Scan
606Come, tell us your troublesPage Scan
607Dear Lord, attend our pray'rPage Scan
608Dear Lord, to us assembled herePage Scan
609Dear Saviour! let thy gracious eyePage Scan
610O Thou, whose tender mercy hearsPage Scan
611Eternal Spirit, mighty LordPage Scan
612Go on ye pilgrims, while belowPage Scan
613If worklings ask the reason whyPage Scan
614Lord, in thy courts we now appearPage Scan
615Eternal Spirit, we confessPage Scan
616Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
617Come all who love to prayPage Scan
618Welcome, dear brethren, to this placePage Scan
619No mortal ties can be comparedPage Scan
620Brother in Christ, and well belovedPage Scan
621Now we are met in holy fearPage Scan
622Who can forbid the sons of GodPage Scan
623Come in, thou blessed of the LordPage Scan
624Dear friends, as you have ownedPage Scan
625First have these lovers of the WordPage Scan
626How good, how glorious 'tis to seePage Scan
627Lord, in thy presence here we meetPage Scan
628O how divine how sweet the joyPage Scan
629O with what pleasure we beholdPage Scan
630People of the living God!Page Scan
631Pilgrim, burdened with thy sinPage Scan
632Welcome, thou well beloved of GodPage Scan
633Come, ye that fear the LordPage Scan
634There's joy in heaven, and joy on earthPage Scan
635When any turn from Zion's wayPage Scan
636Thou only Sovereign of my heartPage Scan
637In thee, thou all sufficient GodPage Scan
638Praise the Saviour, all ye nationsPage Scan
639Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy gracePage Scan
640The Lord who rules the world's affairsPage Scan
641When Jesus dwelt in mortal clayPage Scan
642Yes, there are joys that cannot diePage Scan
643Thy bounties, gracious LordPage Scan
644To thee, let my first offerings risePage Scan
645See how the rising sunPage Scan
646Lord, I am vile, what shall I sayPage Scan
647With thee, great God, the stores of lightPage Scan
648Lord of my life, O may thy praisePage Scan
649Great God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
650Glory to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
651Now from the altar of our heartsPage Scan
652The icy chains that bound the earthPage Scan
653From winter's barren clodsPage Scan
654While beauty clothes the fertile valePage Scan
655Behold, long wished for spring is herePage Scan
656The spring great God at thy commandPage Scan
657How hast thou, Lord, from year to yearPage Scan
658O the immense, the amazing heightPage Scan
659To praise the ever-bounteous LordPage Scan
660See how the little toiling antPage Scan
661Stern winter throws his icy chainsPage Scan
662See how rude winter's icy handPage Scan
663Eternal source of every joyPage Scan
664Father of mercies, God of lovePage Scan
665Remark my soul,the narrow bound!Page Scan
666Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
667My helper God I bless his namePage Scan
668While with ceaseless course the sunPage Scan
669And now, my soul another yearPage Scan
670I my Ebenezer raisePage Scan
671From the dear flock of Jesus' saintsPage Scan
672Kindred, and friends, and native landPage Scan
673For a season called to partPage Scan
674Thy presence, everlasting GodPage Scan
675Kindred in Christ, for his dear sakePage Scan
676O happy day! when saints shall meetPage Scan
677How soft the words my Saviour speaks!Page Scan
678Bestow, dear Lord, upon our youthPage Scan
679Ye hearts with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
680Now let a true ambition risePage Scan
681Must all the charms of nature, thenPage Scan
682With humble heart and tongue, my GodPage Scan
683Blest is the man whose heart expandsPage Scan
684Eternal God, enthroned on highPage Scan
685My God! my everlasting hope!Page Scan
686In age and feebleness extremePage Scan
687See, gracious God, before thy thronePage Scan
688When Abraham, full of sacred awePage Scan
689O righteous God, thou Judge supremePage Scan
690Our little bark, on boisterous seasPage Scan
691Happy the city, where their sonsPage Scan
692Say, should we search the globe aroundPage Scan
693Awhile remained the doubtful strifePage Scan
694Sovereign of life, I own thy handPage Scan
695Lord, I am pained; but I resignPage Scan
696Thou only center of my restPage Scan
697O how I love thy holy wordPage Scan
698How gracious and how wisePage Scan
699Death, with his dread commission seal'dPage Scan
700Dost thou my profit seekPage Scan

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