The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book: being "The Plymouth Collection" enlarged and adapted to the use of Baptist churches

Editor: John Stanford Holme
Publisher: Sheldon, Blakeman & Co., New York, N.Y., 1857
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
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1001Hail to the Lord's AnnointedPage Scan
1002Now, host with host assemblingPage Scan
1003On Thibet's snow capped mountainsPage Scan
1004My country! 'tis of theePage Scan
1005Break forth in song, ye treesPage Scan
1006Gone are those great and goodPage Scan
1007The breaking waves dashed highPage Scan
1008Rise, crowned with light, imperial Salem, rise!Page Scan
1009Pour, blessed Gospel, glorious news for man!Page Scan
1010Restore, O Father! to our times restorePage Scan
1011God, the all-terrible! Thou who ordainestPage Scan
1012Down the dark future, through long generationsPage Scan
1013Father divine! this deadening power controlPage Scan
1014Lord Jesus, come! for hostsPage Scan
1015Hush the loud cannon's roarPage Scan
1016"Is this a fast for me?"Page Scan
1017May freedom speed onward, wherever the bloodPage Scan
1018The Prince of salvation in triumph is ridingPage Scan
1019O, he whom Jesus loved has truly spoken!Page Scan
1020When the great Judge, supreme and justPage Scan
1021Lord, when iniquities aboundPage Scan
1022With my whole heart I'll raise my songPage Scan
1023Gird on Thy conquering swordPage Scan
1024We give immortal praisePage Scan
1025God bless our native land!Page Scan
1026Lord, from Thy blessed thronePage Scan
1027Roll on, thou joyful dayPage Scan
1028Gird thy sword on, mighty SaviourPage Scan
1029Everlasting! changing never!Page Scan
1030Now be my heart inspired to singPage Scan
1031My refuge is the God of lovePage Scan
1032I'll praise my Maker with my breathPage Scan
1033Judges, who rule the world by lawsPage Scan
1034Lord, when Thine ancient people criedPage Scan
1035O Holy Father! just and truePage Scan
1036O Lord! our eyes have waited longPage Scan
1037Lord! deliver; thou canst savePage Scan
1038Europe, speak the mighty namePage Scan
1039God made all His creatures freePage Scan
1040How beauteous are their feetPage Scan
1041Mourn for the thousands slainPage Scan
1042Lord! while for all mankind we prayPage Scan
1043When Jesus dwelt in mortal clayPage Scan
1044We praise Thee, Lord! if but one soulPage Scan
1045Slavery and death the cup containsPage Scan
1046Father of mercies! send Thy gracePage Scan
1047Blest is the man, whose softening heartPage Scan
1048Speak gently--it is better farPage Scan
1049Friends of the poor, the young, the weak!Page Scan
1050Go to the pillow of diseasePage Scan
1051Who is thy neighbor? he whom thouPage Scan
1052Come, let us sing her praise abroadPage Scan
1053The Lord will come, and not be slowPage Scan
1054Jesus, my Lord, how rich Thy grace!Page Scan
1055She loved her Saviour and to himPage Scan
1056O pure reformers! not in vainPage Scan
1057O, see how Jesus trusts himselfPage Scan
1058Make channels for the streams of lovePage Scan
1059All men are equal in their birthPage Scan
1060Defend the poor and desolatePage Scan
1061Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
1062Think gently of the erring one!Page Scan
1063Lord, lead the way the Saviour wentPage Scan
1064Praise ye Jehovah's namePage Scan
1065Let the still air rejoicePage Scan
1066Hast thou, midst life's empty noisesPage Scan
1067Every day hath toil and troublePage Scan
1068I ask not now for gold to gildPage Scan
1069No bitter tears for thee be shedPage Scan
1070Oh! if there be an hour that bringsPage Scan
1071Close softly, fondly, while ye weepPage Scan
1072As the sweet flower that scents the mornPage Scan
1073Of all the thoughts of God, that arePage Scan
1074What would we give to our beloved?Page Scan
1075The mourners came, at break of dayPage Scan
1076At evening time, let there be lightPage Scan
1077Oh! strange infirmity! to thinkPage Scan
1078Great God, what do I see and hearPage Scan
1079The Lord will come; the earth shall quakePage Scan
1080Shall man, O God of life and light!Page Scan
1081O for those solitary hoursPage Scan
1082He sendeth sun, He sendeth showerPage Scan
1083Why weep for those, frail child of woePage Scan
1084Why should we start, and fear to die?Page Scan
1085The great archangel's trump shall soundPage Scan
1086O, angel of the land of peacePage Scan
1087Unveil thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
1088The glories of our birth and statePage Scan
1089From his low bed of mortal dustPage Scan
1090So fades the lovely, blooming flowerPage Scan
1091Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
1092Earth's transitory things decayPage Scan
1093When life, as opening buds, is sweetPage Scan
1094How blest are they whose transient yearsPage Scan
1095Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Page Scan
1096Say, why should friendship grieve for thosePage Scan
1097Go, spirit of the sainted deadPage Scan
1098How blest the righteous when he dies!Page Scan
1099There is a calm for those who weepPage Scan
1100Not in the church-yard shall he sleepPage Scan

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