The Christian Companion; or, Camp-Meeting Hymn Book

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Editor: G. Beckley
Publisher: B. Cooke, Keene, N. H., 1835
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d1All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d2Arise and shine, O Zion fair
d3As near to Calvary I pass
d4Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] lays
d5Awaked by Sinai's awful sound
d6Away my doubts, begone my fears
d7Away with our sorrow and fear
d8Behold, the warlike trumpets blow
d9Beside the gospel pool Appointed for the poor
d10Brethren, we have met to worship, and adore the Lord our God
d11Brethren, while we sojourn here
d12Burst, ye emerald [pearly] gates, and bring
d13Camp meetings with thy presence crown
d14Come, all ye pilgrims of the Lord
d15Come and taste along with me, the weary pilgrims consolation
d16Come, humble sinner, in whose breast
d17Come, my brethren, let us try
d18Come, saints and sinners, hear me tell
d19Daniel's wisdom may I know, Stephen's faith
d20Dark and thorny [stormy] is the desert
d21Encouraged by thy word
d22Farewell, dear friend [friends], I must be gone
d23Farewell, my dear brethren, beloved of the Lord
d24Farewell, my [dear] brethren in the Lord
d25Farewell, my dear brethren, the time is at hand
d26From all that's mortal, all that's vain
d27From Greenland's icy mountains
d28From whence doth [does] this [the] union arise
d29Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
d30Glory to God that I have found
d31Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]
d32Go, ye messengers of God
d33Hail the blest morn when [see] the great Mediator
d34Hail the day so long expected, Hail the year
d35Hail ye hosts of seraphs bright
d36Hail ye sighing sons of sorrow
d37Hark, listen to the trumpeters They sound for volunteers
d38Hark, my soul, it is the Lord
d39Hark, what is that note So mournful and slow
d40Hearken ye sprightly and attend ye gay [vain] ones
d41How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d42How long by Babel's stream
d43How lost was [is] my [our] condition
d44How painfully pleasing the fond recollection Of youthful connections [emotions]
d45How precious is the name, brethren sing
d46How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
d47I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d48In de dark wood, no Indian nigh
d49In evil long I took delight
d50I've listed [enlisted] in the holy war
d51Jerusalem, my happy home, O how I long for thee
d52Jesus, and shall it ever be
d53Jesus Christ has [hath] power alone
d54Jesus, the vision [visions] of thy face
d55Jesus, to every willing mind
d56Let thy Kingdom, blessed Savior
d57Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends
d58Like a ship, see the church
d59Lord, dismiss us with Thy [your] blessing, Fill our
d60O for a breeze of heavenly love
d61O how I have longed for the coming [presence] of God [the Lord]
d62O Jesus, my Savior, to Thee I submit
d63O Savior of sinners, when faint and depressed
d64O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
d65O turn ye [you], O turn ye [you], for why will ye [you] die
d66O what amazing love it this, On earth I taste immortal bliss
d67O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him above
d68O where's the hand held out to cheer
d69Saw ye [you] my Savior, saw ye [you] my Savior
d70See, the eternal Judge descending
d71Seek, my soul, the narrow gate
d72Since man by sin has lost [gone from] [strayed from] his God
d73Stop, poor sinner [sinners], stop and think
d74Sweet glories rush [burst] upon my sight
d75The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d76The fields are all white and the harvest is near
d77The gospel ship is sailing by
d78The Lord into his garden comes
d79The people called Christians
d80The prodigal with streaming eyes
d81The pure testimony put [poured] forth in the spirit
d82The Son of Man they did betray
d83The time soon is coming by the prophets foretold
d84The voice of free grace cries escape
d85There fell from God's favor two exiles [rebels in] of [from] Eden
d86There is a land of pleasure, Where streams of joy forever roll
d87This morning most softly [sweetly] the gales are all blowing
d88Through tribulation [tribulations] deep
d89'Tis a point I long to know
d90'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
d91To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to depart
d92Today if ye [you] will hear his voice
d93Vital spark of heavenly flame
d94Watchman, tell us of the night
d95We lift our hearts to thee, O [Our] [Thou] Day-Star
d96We've found the rock, the traveler cries [travelers cried]
d97What heavenly music do I [we] hear
d98What poor despised company
d99What various hindrances we meet
d100When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain

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