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The Christian's Duty: exhibited in a series of hymns collected from various authors designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians (2nd ed.)

Publisher: Peter Leibert, Germantown, Penn., 1801
Denomination: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)
Notes: Hymns are numbered with Roman numerals. The section of "select spiritual songs" in the back are numbered with the prefix "S."
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IA Form of words, tho' e'er so soundPage Scan
IIAh! lovely Appearance of DeathPage Scan
IIIAlas, my God, that thou should bePage Scan
IVAlas! and did my Saviour bleed!Page Scan
VAll you that love the Lord draw nearPage Scan
VIAll ye that pass byPage Scan
VIIAm I a Soldier of the Cross?Page Scan
VIIIAnd must this Body die?Page Scan
IXAnd now my Soul, another YearPage Scan
XAnd why, dear Sav'our, tell me whyPage Scan
XIArise, O King of Grace, arisePage Scan
XIIArise, my tend'rest Thoughts arisePage Scan
XIIIAwake, and sing the songPage Scan
XIVAwake, my Soul, and with the SunPage Scan
XVAway dark Thoughts, awake, my JoyPage Scan
XVIBefore Jehovah's awful ThronePage Scan
XVIIBehold how Sinners disagreePage Scan
XVIIIBehold the Glories of the LambPage Scan
XIXBehold, the Grace appearsPage Scan
XXBehold the Love, the gen'rous LovePage Scan
XXIBehold the sure foundation StonePage Scan
XXIIBehold the Wretch whose Lust and WinePage Scan
XXIIIBeside the Gospel Pool Page Scan
XXIVBestow, dear Lord, upon our YouthPage Scan
XXVBelievers own they are but blindPage Scan
XXVIBless'd are the humble Souls that seePage Scan
XXVIIBlessed are they (the Scriptures say)Page Scan
XXVIIIBlest are the Souls that hear and knowPage Scan
XXIXBlest be my God that I was bornPage Scan
XXXBlest is the Man whose Bowels movePage Scan
XXXIBlest is the Man who shuns the PlacePage Scan
XXXIIBlest Morning, whose young, dawning RaysPage Scan
XXXIIIBlow ye the Trumpet, blowPage Scan
XXXIVBright burning Beam of gospel GracePage Scan
XXXVBroad is the Road that leads to DeathPage Scan
XXXVIBuried in Baptism, with our LordPage Scan
XXXVIIBy what amazing WaysPage Scan
XXXVIIIBy whom was David taughtPage Scan
XXXIXCan such poor feeble Worms as wePage Scan
XLChildren of Israel see what ShadePage Scan
XLIChildren of the heav'nly King Page Scan
XLIIChrist the Lord is ris'n to DayPage Scan
XLIIICome, all ye Chosen Saints of God Page Scan
XLIVCome dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
XLVCome, descend, O heav'nly SpiritPage Scan
XLVICome heav'nly Love, inspire my SongPage Scan
XLVIICome hither ye, that fain would knowPage Scan
XLVIIICome, Holy Spirit, Heav'nly DovePage Scan
XLIXCome let me love; or is my Mind Page Scan
LCome let us all unite to praisePage Scan
LICome, let us join a joyful TunePage Scan
LIICome let us join our cheaful songsPage Scan
LIIICome see the Pow'r of Christ our KingPage Scan
LIVCome thou Fount of ev'ry Blessing!Page Scan
LVCome thou long expected Jesus!Page Scan
LVICome ye Sinners Poor and WretchedPage Scan
LVIIConstrain'd by their Lord to embarkPage Scan
LVIIIDay of Judgment, Day of Wonders!Page Scan
LIXDear Friends farewell, I go to dwellPage Scan
LXDear Refuge of my weary SoulPage Scan
LXIDear Lord, how wond'rous is thy LovePage Scan
LXIIDeath may dissolve my Body nowPage Scan
LXIIIDeath! 'Tis a melancholy DayPage Scan
LXIVDeserters, to the Camp returnPage Scan
LXVDid our Immanuel die for usPage Scan
LXVIDisciples of ChristPage Scan
LXVIIDismiss us with thy Blessing LordPage Scan
LXVIIIDoes it not Grief and Wonder movePage Scan
LXIXDo we not know that solemn WordPage Scan
LXXElijah's Example declaresPage Scan
LXXIEre the blue Heav'ns were stretch'd abroadPage Scan
LXXIIEternal God, thy Pow'r make knownPage Scan
LXXIIIEternal Majesty on HighPage Scan
LXXIVFair Salem's Daughters ask to knowPage Scan
LXXVFather, how wide thy Glory shines!Page Scan
LXXVIFather, I stretch my Hands to theePage Scan
LXXVIIFather of faithful Abra'm, hearPage Scan
LXXVIIIFather of Heav'n, we Thee addressPage Scan
LXXIXFar from these narrow Scenes of NightPage Scan
LXXXFrom all that dwell below the SkiesPage Scan
LXXXIFrom Sheba a distant ReportPage Scan
LXXXIIGethesemane, thou dolesome PlacePage Scan
LXXXIIIGlory, Glory, Glory, GloryPage Scan
LXXXIVGlory, to thee my God, this NightPage Scan
LXXXVGod of my Life, look gently downPage Scan
LXXXVIGod of my salvation, hearPage Scan
LXXXVIIGod moves in a Mysterious WayPage Scan
LXXXVIIIGod of the Morning, at whose VoicePage Scan
LXXXIXGo preach my Gospel, saith the LordPage Scan
XCGo worship at EMMANUEL's FeetPage Scan
XCIGrace! 'tis a charming SoundPage Scan
XCIIGracious Lord, incline thine EarPage Scan
XCIIIGreat God, I own thy Sentence justPage Scan
XCIVGreatest High-Priest, Saviour ChristPage Scan
XCVGreat was the Day, the Joy was greatPage Scan
XCVIGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
XCVIIHark! from the Tombs a doleful SoundPage Scan
XCVIIIHail the Day that sees him risePage Scan
XCIXHark, the glad Sound! the Saviour comesPage Scan
CHear what the voice from Heav'n proclaimsPage Scan

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