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A Collection of Hymns: designed for the use of the Church of Christ

Editor: John Reist, Reformed Mennonite Church
Publisher: Inquirer Printing & Publishing Co., Lancaster, Penn., 1873
Denomination: Reformed Mennonite Church
Language: English; German
Notes: With this is bound "Eine kleine Lieder-Sammlung zum allgemeinen Gebrauch des Wahren Gottesdinestes für die Gemeinde Gottes (1873, Lancaster, Pa), numbered separately (L)
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1Alas poor man stop now and thinkPage Scan
2Awaken from your slumberPage Scan
3Awake, young champ'ons of the crossPage Scan
4Come, all ye weary pilgrimsPage Scan
5Come, burdened sinner, in thy thrallPage Scan
6Dear children, come and help to singPage Scan
7O mortal man beholdPage Scan
8O my dear friends, do warning takePage Scan
9The gift of grace, who will refusePage Scan
10There is a time wherein to tellPage Scan
11Why yet refuse the path to choosePage Scan
12Jehovah speaks, who would not hearPage Scan
13O great Redeemer, Prince of peacePage Scan
14The Lord is worthy of all praisePage Scan
15Before we do our meeting closePage Scan
16Let praise and thanks our lips escapePage Scan
17Lord bless Thy word, this day declaredPage Scan
18Lord, give me an understanding heartPage Scan
19Our inmost thanks arisePage Scan
20Our imperfections, Lord, revealPage Scan
21O Lord, Thy Word, the heavenly seedPage Scan
22Thou Fountain of all holinessPage Scan
23According to command, dear LordPage Scan
24Come ye that truly seekPage Scan
25Gracious Lord, we come before theePage Scan
26In hope we now together meetPage Scan
27Let thy blessing, Lord, be with usPage Scan
28Lord, in thy holy name we meetPage Scan
29Lord, we together now have comePage Scan
30O help us Lord to worship theePage Scan
31O may this day thy blessing, LordPage Scan
32Thy presence, Lord, we humbly seekPage Scan
33Hear, all ye sons of Adam's racePage Scan
34The ark a figure is indeedPage Scan
35With grateful hearts, now may we bringPage Scan
36Ye ransomed souls from guilt and shamePage Scan
37Behold, a dawning star appearsPage Scan
38Immanuel, thy welcome birthPage Scan
39The birth of King ImmanuelPage Scan
40The heavenly host in words of praisePage Scan
41In prospect of future delightPage Scan
42O how fain would I goPage Scan
43O resting place, for thee I longPage Scan
44The time is flying rapid onPage Scan
45Benevolence, the best of partsPage Scan
46Christ is the vine, wherein if wePage Scan
47The sons of charity possessPage Scan
48Now risen with Christ, O seek those thingsPage Scan
49While traveling on the narrow wayPage Scan
50A church was established on earth here belowPage Scan
51A list'ning ear, O come and givePage Scan
52Behold upon Mount ZionPage Scan
53The church of Christ that's here belowPage Scan
54The Lord doth gospel joys comparePage Scan
55Where'er on earth the saints do meetPage Scan
56All that do in the secret placePage Scan
57A sure foundation I have foundPage Scan
58Come all who feel your wantsPage Scan
59Come, all ye souls in trials greatPage Scan
60Come seek relief, thou troubled soulPage Scan
61Come ye that love the Lord, Let now your joyPage Scan
62Fainting traveler, troubled spiritPage Scan
63Great are the mercies of our GodPage Scan
64I am a valiant pilgrimPage Scan
65O Jesus, canst thou pardon mePage Scan
66O troubled soul, to God alonePage Scan
67O why is grief O why is painPage Scan
68There is a land of peace and restPage Scan
69Trust in Jesus, sinner pardonedPage Scan
70With closed doors, in fear of menPage Scan
71Ye chosen, royal nationPage Scan
72You little flock, ye chosen fewPage Scan
73Your hearts O let not troubled bePage Scan
74Brethren and sisters let us singPage Scan
75My soul surveys the 'mazing sightPage Scan
76Now in our Savior's blessed namePage Scan
77O Lord, upon Mount CalvaryPage Scan
78Ransomed souls in silence ponderingPage Scan
79Behold how pleasant and how goodPage Scan
80The way of life in Christ doth leadPage Scan
81The way of truth in faith I'll treadPage Scan
82Faith is a shield and substance greatPage Scan
83Hope is an anchor for my soulPage Scan
84No lasting joy for me can yieldPage Scan
85Salvation's born through faith securedPage Scan
86This happy lot indeed is minePage Scan
87He now from supper did rise upPage Scan
88How pleasant thus it is to seePage Scan
89Behold my lifeless, tiny formPage Scan
90Behold the grave, O dying manPage Scan
91Blest are the dead that in the LordPage Scan
92Come mortal man, behold me nowPage Scan
93Dear people, think on your last doomPage Scan
94Farewell, oh! my most belovedPage Scan
95He's gone, he's gone, his work is donePage Scan
96How solemn 'tis to think of deathPage Scan
97Mortal man, what is your stationPage Scan
98Now bleeding hearts surround the bierPage Scan
99O blessed child, whose soul hath fledPage Scan
100O blessed infant, thou art gonePage Scan

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