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The Bible Hymn Book

Editor: Horatius Bonar
Publisher: Robert Carter & Brothers, New York, N.Y., 1860
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d201Quiet Lord my froward heart
d202Quite alone and yet not lonely
d203Riches immense are in my hand
d204Rise, my soul, thy God directs thee
d205Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d206See Aaron, God's appointed [anointed] priest
d207Shepherd of thy little flock
d208Sing them, my [dear] children, sing them still
d209Son of God, thy people's [people] shield
d210Songs of praise the angels sang
d211Speak kindly to thy fellow man
d212Stand up, my soul [our souls], shake off thy [your] fears
d213Star gemmed floor of the land I love
d214Still in a world of sin and pain
d215Sun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dear
d216Sweet feast of love divine
d217Sweet is the Savior of his name
d218Sweet Jesus, when I think on thee
d219Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d220Sweet was the hour, O Lord, to thee
d221Sweet was the journey to the sky
d222Sweeter, O Lord, than rest to thee
d223Teach me yet more of thy blest ways
d224That clime is not like this dull clime of ours
d225That I am thine, my Lord and God
d226The ancient days were days of might
d227The atoning work is done, The Victim's blood is shed
d228The blood of Christ for thee hath done
d229The church has waited long
d230The cross, the cross, O that's my gain
d231The God of Abraham praise, who reigns enthroned
d232The happy morn is come, Triumphant o'er the grave
d233The Lord is risen, O what joy these blessed tidings give
d234The morning, the bright and the beautiful morning
d235The Son of God who framed the skies
d236There in peace his dust is laid
d237There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d238There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d239There is a morning Star, my soul
d240There is a path that leads to God, All others go astray
d241There is a sacred, hallowed spot
d242There is a stream, which issues forth from God's eternal Throne
d243There was gladness in Zion, her standard was flying
d244There's a question that I o'er and o'er have pondered
d245Think not that e'er my heart could dwell Contented
d246This is not my [a] place of resting
d247Thou great Redeemer, dying Lamb
d248Thou who didst for Peter's faith
d249Though the heart that sorrow chideth
d250Though twice ten thousand sinners go
d251Thousands of thousands stand around
d252Thy ways, O Lord [God] with wise design
d253Time's sun is fast setting
d254'Tis come, the glad Millenial morn
d255'Tis finished, the Redeemer cries
d256'Tis he, the mighty Savior comes
d257'Tis my happiness below
d258'Tis past, the dark and dreary night
d259To Calvary, Lord, in spirit now Our waiting souls repair
d260To thee my heart would tell its griefs
d261To watch the morning's dawn
d262Walk in the light, so shalt thou [and you shall] know
d263Watchman, tell us of the night
d264We go with the redeemed to taste
d265We sing the praise of Jesus, the holy Lamb of God
d266We sing to God, whose tender love
d267Welcome, sweet day of rest
d268What a rapturous song
d269What earthly thing can thee annoy
d270What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone
d271What is this life, a constant scene
d272What must it be to dwell above
d273What though time on earth were over
d274What various hindrances we meet
d275When a careless world is sleeping
d276When friend from friend is parting
d277When heaves with sighs my anxious breast
d278When I survey the wondrous cross
d279When quiet in my house I sit
d280When the spark of life is waning [fading]
d281When the vale [veil] of death appears
d282When this passing world is done
d283While in sweet communion feeding
d284While to Bethlehem we are going
d285While we remember thee
d286Who but a Christian through all life
d287Who hath our report believed
d288Why did the paschal beast
d289Why fear the path of grief to tread
d290With heaven in view, we tread the path
d291With sweet contentment now we bid
d292Ye blest domestics of the slaughtered Lamb
d293Ye holy angels bright
d294Ye virgin [waiting] souls, arise
d295Yes, the Christian's course is run

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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