The Baptist Hymn Book: comprising a large and choice collection of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, adapted to the faith and order of the Old School, or Primitive Baptists (2nd stereotype Ed.)

Editor: Gilbert Beebe
Publisher: Signs of the Times, Middletown, N.Y., 1859
Denomination: Primitive Baptists
Language: English
Notes: The page scan is missing a couple pages.
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1101The kine unguided went by the directest roadPage Scan
1102When Isr'l was from Egypt freedPage Scan
1103O God, whose favorable eyePage Scan
1104Thus saith the Lord to EphesusPage Scan
1105Jesus, my Savior, let me bePage Scan
1106Heirs of an immortal crownPage Scan
1107With pleasure we behold Immanuel's offering comePage Scan
1108Humble souls, who [that] seek salvationPage Scan
1109Dear Lord, and will [has] thy pardoning lovePage Scan
1110'Tis not as led by custom's voicePage Scan
1111Come, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
1112Do we not know the solemn wordPage Scan
1113Jesus, mighty King in [of] ZionPage Scan
1114In Jordan's tide [waves] the Baptist [prophet] standsPage Scan
1115Great God, we in thy name appearPage Scan
1116The happy eunuchPage Scan
1117Thus it became the Prince of gracePage Scan
1118Thus was the great Redeemer plungedPage Scan
1119Come, Holy Spirit, Dove [Guest] divine, On these baptismal waters shinePage Scan
1120Meekly in Jordan's holy streamPage Scan
1121Savior, Thy law we love, Thy pure example blessPage Scan
1122Down to the sacred wavePage Scan
1123Buried beneath the yielding wavePage Scan
1124Come and behold the placePage Scan
1125Our Savior bowed beneath the wavePage Scan
1126The great Redeemer we adorePage Scan
1127When Abraham's servant to procurePage Scan
1128See how the willing converts tracePage Scan
1129Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
1130How great, how solemn is the workPage Scan
1131Whate'er to thee, our Lord belondsPage Scan
1132Hosannah to the Church's HeadPage Scan
1133Behold the grave where Jesus layPage Scan
1134Come, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
1135We to this place are come to showPage Scan
1136Eternal Spirit, heavenly DovePage Scan
1137All ye that love Immanuel's namePage Scan
1138Ye who your native vileness mournPage Scan
1139Jesus, my Savior, and my allPage Scan
1140Amazing grace! and shall I stillPage Scan
1141Apostles trod this holy groundPage Scan
1142With lowly minds, and lofty songsPage Scan
1143To Father, Son and Holy GhostPage Scan
1144When we baptise [baptize] we see the modePage Scan
1145Come, all ye sons of grace, and viewPage Scan
1146Jesus, we own thy sovereign swayPage Scan
1147Thou great incarnate GodPage Scan
1148Lord, to this fountain we repairPage Scan
1149Despise me not, my carnal friendsPage Scan
1150Christians, if your [our] hearts be [are] warmPage Scan
1151Jesus, behold thy children herePage Scan
1152What poor despised companyPage Scan
1153The Lord of life His table spreadPage Scan
1154The table now is spreadPage Scan
1155When through the desert vast The chosen tribes were ledPage Scan
1156Pity a helpless sinner, LordPage Scan
1157The King of saints a table spreadsPage Scan
1158Father of heaven! almighty KingPage Scan
1159'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]Page Scan
1160How condescending, and how kindPage Scan
1161Let us adore the eternal wordPage Scan
1162Jesus is gone above the skies [sky]Page Scan
1163When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
1164Let all our tongues be onePage Scan
1165How sweet and awful [holy] [sacred] is the placePage Scan
1166At thy command, our dearest LordPage Scan
1167Come let us lift our voices high, High as our joys arisePage Scan
1168Our spirits join to adore [praise] the LambPage Scan
1169What heavenly Man, or lovely [mighty] GodPage Scan
1170Jesus, O name divinely sweet, How charmingPage Scan
1171Lord, at thy table I [we] behold The wonders of thy gracePage Scan
1172So fair a face bedewed with tearsPage Scan
1173To Jesus our exalted Lord, dear [that] [the] name by heaven and earth adoredPage Scan
1174The cross of Christ inspires my heartPage Scan
1175When Isr'l's tribes were parched with thirstPage Scan
1176The broken bread, the blessed cupPage Scan
1177If thou, dear Jesus, art my LordPage Scan
1178Come, brethren, ye [we] that [who] love the LordPage Scan
1179Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
1180O! bless thy servant, dearest LordPage Scan
1181May this be a much favored hourPage Scan
1182Once more we bow before our God; Once more his blessing we askPage Scan
1183Thy presence, gracious God, affordPage Scan
1184Lord, fill thy servant's heart todayPage Scan
1185Now, Lord, thy saving power displayPage Scan
1186Jesus, thy miracles declarePage Scan
1187The subject preached by zealous PaulPage Scan
1188When Zion's sons, Great God, appearPage Scan
1189With Isr'l's God who can comparePage Scan
1190Jesus is mine, I'm now preparedPage Scan
1191The saints Emmanuel's portion arePage Scan
1192Now may he who from the deadPage Scan
1193To thee our wants are knownPage Scan
1194Now may the God of peace and lovePage Scan
1195Not unto us but thee alonePage Scan
1196This God is the God we adorePage Scan
1197On what has now been sownPage Scan
1198Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, HelpPage Scan
1199Once more before we partPage Scan
1200Lord, help us on thy word [love] to feedPage Scan

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