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Church Hymn Book; consisting of hymns and psalms, original and selected. adapted to public worship and many other occasions. 2nd ed.

Editor: Rev. Paul Henkel
Publisher: Solomon Henkel, New-Market, 1838
Denomination: German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Tennessee
Language: English
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1Here, blessed Jesus, we appearPage Scan
2Dear Jesus here we now attendPage Scan
3To thee, O Savior, glory bePage Scan
4This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
5With one consent let all the earthPage Scan
6Come sound His praise abroadPage Scan
7Jehovah, mighty God, with solemnPage Scan
8My soul, repeat His praisePage Scan
9Where two or three, with sweet accordPage Scan
10We humbly thank thee, gracious LordPage Scan
11Thy presence, everlasting GodPage Scan
12Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
13Dismiss us with Thy blessingPage Scan
14Bless us dear Lord, departing hencePage Scan
15Now we depart, we sing and prayPage Scan
16Once more before we partPage Scan
17Come, O thou prince of gloryPage Scan
18Could we, O Savior, worthy bePage Scan
19We are by the apostle taughtPage Scan
20How blest are they who always keepPage Scan
21Ye nations, who on earth do dwellPage Scan
22How great, how terrible that GodPage Scan
23God's faithful promises are surePage Scan
24Lo what an entertaining sightPage Scan
25When John in prison camePage Scan
26Behold the blind their sight receivePage Scan
27As faithful shepherds of the LordPage Scan
28High on his everlasting thronePage Scan
29The priests and Levites sent to JohnPage Scan
30Now be the God of Isr'l blestPage Scan
31Rejoice in the Lord, ye ChristiansPage Scan
32Sweet is the memory of thy gracePage Scan
33Long did both kings and prophets waitPage Scan
34Whilst shepherds kept their flocks by nightPage Scan
35Immanuel! we sing thy praisePage Scan
36The Lord is come, the heavens proclaimPage Scan
37While shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightPage Scan
38Glory to God, who reigns abovePage Scan
39Behold, the grace appearsPage Scan
40The blessed and saving grace of GodPage Scan
41Joy to the world, the Lord is comePage Scan
42O mighty God, thou virgin's SonPage Scan
43Jesus, thou everlasting wordPage Scan
44When Jesus did from heaven descendPage Scan
45Lord, we confess our numerous faultsPage Scan
46O thou from all eternityPage Scan
47Lord, at thy temple we appearPage Scan
48We cannot be the heirs of gracePage Scan
49Not all the nobles of the earthPage Scan
50Didst thou, O Savior! condescendPage Scan
51The promise was divinely freePage Scan
52The Christian church should well partakePage Scan
53The Lord of earth and skyPage Scan
54Grant us, O Lord, we humbly prayPage Scan
55The God of life, whose constant carePage Scan
56Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
57And now, my soul another yearPage Scan
58The way of life remained concealedPage Scan
59To our Almighty Maker, GodPage Scan
60When Jesus unto the Jordan camePage Scan
61Jesus, our Lord, ascend thy thronePage Scan
62When times of trouble are at handPage Scan
63Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
64O King of glory, David's sonPage Scan
65Ye worlds of light, that roll so nearPage Scan
66Arise and shine, thy light is comePage Scan
67O thou whose beams serenely brightPage Scan
68When Jesus in the temple stayedPage Scan
69As pants the hart for cooling springsPage Scan
70To be a holy sacrificePage Scan
71Lo what a pleasant sightPage Scan
72To such is bless'd, their marriage-dayPage Scan
73My God, how cheering is the soundPage Scan
74O precious gift from God abovePage Scan
75Instruct me in thy statutes, LordPage Scan
76The leper in his painful casePage Scan
77When the poor leper's case I readPage Scan
78To be at peace with every manPage Scan
79Behold the love, the generous lovePage Scan
80When the distressed disciples werePage Scan
81Thy works of glory, mighty LordPage Scan
82It is a duty christians owePage Scan
83Thus saith the first, the great commandPage Scan
84Ye Christian men, pray notice wellPage Scan
85Though in the eartly church belowPage Scan
86In unity and peace, O, may I ever livePage Scan
87And is the gospel peace and lovePage Scan
88When Christ was on the mount revealedPage Scan
89When at a distance, Lord, we tracePage Scan
90God's word of prophecies is giv'nPage Scan
91When Isr'l through the desert passedPage Scan
92In parables the Lord doth showPage Scan
93Let every mortal ear attendPage Scan
94Supported by especial gracePage Scan
95Awake my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
96A sower that goes forth to sowPage Scan
97A sower is gone forth to sowPage Scan
98The faithful servants of the LordPage Scan
99Let me but hear my Savior sayPage Scan
100A certain beggar, poor and blindPage Scan

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