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Conference Hymns. a new collection of hymns, designed especially for use in conference and prayer meetings, and family worship.

Editor: John Dowling, D. D.
Publisher: Edward H. Fletcher, New York, 1849
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
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1O, when shall I see JesusPage Scan
2Together let us sweetly livePage Scan
3O, how happy are theyPage Scan
4Rouse ye at the Saviour's callPage Scan
5A poor wayfaring man of griefPage Scan
6Now the Saviour standeth pleadingPage Scan
7O thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
8Today the Saviour callsPage Scan
9All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
10Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
11When marshalled on the nightly plainPage Scan
12Farewell, dear friends, I must be gonePage Scan
13Arise, my soul, arise!Page Scan
14Brethren, while we sojourn herePage Scan
15Whither goest thou, pilgrim strangerPage Scan
16To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to departPage Scan
17Attend, ye saints, and hear me tellPage Scan
18Awaked by Sinai's awful soundPage Scan
19The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
20What heavenly music do I hearPage Scan
21Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsPage Scan
22An alien from God, and a stranger to gracePage Scan
23Yes, there's one place like homePage Scan
24There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
25We're traveling home to heaven abovePage Scan
26Hark! how the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
27I thirst, thou wounded Lamb of GodPage Scan
28There is a place of waveless restPage Scan
29When shall we meet again?Page Scan
30The day is past and gonePage Scan
31How lost was my conditionPage Scan
32Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
33From whence doth this union arise?Page Scan
34When the waves of life o'ertake mePage Scan
35There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
36Sweet land of rest! For thee I sighPage Scan
37The Lord into his garden comesPage Scan
38Sinners are bending low at the thronePage Scan
39Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
40Hail! the blest morn when the great MediatorPage Scan
41How tedious and tasteless the hoursPage Scan
42When sorrows encompass me roundPage Scan
43Vain, delusive world, adieuPage Scan
44Hail, sweetest, dearest, tie that bindsPage Scan
45When I can read my title clearPage Scan
46Children of Zion, what harp notes are stealingPage Scan
47Here o'er the earth as a stranger I roamPage Scan
48O come, my loving neighbors, will you go to glory with me?Page Scan
49What's this that steals, that steals away my breath?Page Scan
50When converts first begin to singPage Scan
51Let thy Kingdom, blessed SaviourPage Scan
52Hail, sovereign love, that first beganPage Scan
53How happy every child of gracePage Scan
54O there will be mourningPage Scan
55God is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
56On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
57There is a happy landPage Scan
58Come, trembling sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
59Sprinkled with reconciling bloodPage Scan
60Encouraged by thy wordPage Scan
61Begone, unbelief! my Saviour is nearPage Scan
62When thy mortal life is fledPage Scan
63There is a land of pleasurePage Scan
64O thou, my soul, forget no morePage Scan
65From gloomy dejection my thoughts mount the skyPage Scan
66To thee, O my Saviour, to thee will I clingPage Scan
67When nature was sinking in stillness to restPage Scan
68I am thy Redeemer, for thee I must diePage Scan
69I would not live always: I ask not to stayPage Scan
70Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
71Our souls by love together knitPage Scan
72Far, far o'er hill and dell, on the winds stealingPage Scan
73Jesus, dear name, how sweet the soundPage Scan
74Though trouble assail us, and dangers affrightPage Scan
75Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbearPage Scan
76Children of the heavenly king as we journeyPage Scan
77Lord, I despair myself to healPage Scan
78Come, Lord, dwell in my bosomPage Scan
79Since man by sin has lost his GodPage Scan
80Beside the gospel poolPage Scan
81O Zion! afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
82Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friendsPage Scan
83My faith looks up to theePage Scan
84There is a path that leads toPage Scan
85Come, ye sinners poor and needyPage Scan
86Hark! hark! the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
87Ye angels, who stand round the thronePage Scan
88Though hard the winds are blowingPage Scan
89The voice of free grace cries, "Escape to the mountain:Page Scan
90O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye die?Page Scan
91Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamsPage Scan
92There's a Friend above all othersPage Scan
93Come to Jesus, trembling mournerPage Scan
94Sovereign grace hath power alonePage Scan
95Alas, and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
96Give me the wings of faith to risePage Scan
97Stop, poor sinner, stop and thinkPage Scan
98Hark, my soul, it is the LordPage Scan
99How lovely the place where the Saviour appearsPage Scan
100My Bible leads to gloryPage Scan

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