A Collection of Hymns: for camp meetings, revivals, &c., for the use of the Primitive Methodists

Editor: Hugh Bourne
Publisher: Thomas Taylor, in trust for the American Primitive Methodists, New York, 1844
Denomination: Primitive Methodist Church
Language: English
Notes: With this is bound "Large Hymn Book, for the use of the Primitive Methodists" edited by Hugh Bourne. Numbered separately (L)
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L346O that in me the sacred firePage Scan
L347My brethren in the LordPage Scan
L348The voice that speaks Jehovah nearPage Scan
L349Thy mind throughout my life be shownPage Scan
L350Ye servants of the Lord, rejoicePage Scan
L351I soon shall hear the quick'ning voicePage Scan
L352O come, and dwell in mePage Scan
L353Great God, it is thy fix'd decreePage Scan
L354Jesus hath died, that I might livePage Scan
L355If faithful, we shall wear the crownPage Scan
L356Jesu, thy boundless love to mePage Scan
L357How weak, how feeble, Lord, is manPage Scan
L358O glorious hope of perfect love!Page Scan
L359O joyful sound of gospel-gracePage Scan
L360I want the spirit of power withinPage Scan
L361There is a heaven above to gainPage Scan
L362Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
L363Pris'ners of hope, lift up your headsPage Scan
L364That happy day is drawing nearPage Scan
L365Father, into thy hands alonePage Scan
L366Dearest friends, by love unitedPage Scan
L367I know that my Redeemer livesPage Scan
L368Love divine, all love excellingPage Scan
L369Arm of the Lord, awake, awake!Page Scan
L370Pris'ners of hope, arisePage Scan
L371Now, Lord, I on thy truth dependPage Scan
L372Let him to whom we now belongPage Scan
L373We now are journeying to the placePage Scan
L374On all the earth thy Spirit show'rPage Scan
L375To God the heavenly KingPage Scan
L376O let the prisoners' mournful criesPage Scan
L377Pity the day of feeble things Page Scan
L378We have a great High PriestPage Scan
L379Ye faithful souls, who Jesus knowPage Scan
L380Light of life, seraphic firePage Scan
L381All things are possible to himPage Scan
L382The Lord, who is by angels seenPage Scan
L383Lord, I believe a rest remainsPage Scan
L384Who is this great gigantic foePage Scan
L385Now in the power of God I risePage Scan
L386Jesu, the word of mercy givePage Scan
L387Light of the Gentile racePage Scan
L388Fountain of life, thy fullness shedPage Scan
L389Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
L390Ye sleeping souls, arisePage Scan
L391Commission'd by the great I AMPage Scan
L392Let God arise, and let his foesPage Scan
L393Assist us, O almightly LordPage Scan
L394Hark! 'tis the voice of GodPage Scan
L395My soul, with sacred joy surveyPage Scan
L396Come, ye weary sinners, comePage Scan
L397King of Zion, give the orderPage Scan
L398O ye heralds of the LordPage Scan
L399Now let us cease from mourningPage Scan
L400All hail, incarnate God!Page Scan
L401Now Jesus makes his gospel knownPage Scan
L402Let us hail the joyful seasonPage Scan
L403Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
L404Eternal Source of Light, arisePage Scan
L405Assembl'd at thy great commandPage Scan
L406To him who fills th' eternal thronePage Scan
L407O Father, hear our prayerPage Scan
L408Thou Lord, who dost in glory reignPage Scan
L409Almighty God, to thee we prayPage Scan
L410See in the mountain of the LordPage Scan
L411Head of the church enthron'd on highPage Scan
L412Let thousands, Lord, be sent abroadPage Scan
L413As truly as I livePage Scan
L414Great was the day - the joy was greatPage Scan
L415Most holy Lord, we bless thy namePage Scan
L416O'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
L417Be present at our lovefeast, LordPage Scan
L418Come and let us sweetly joinPage Scan
L419O may the Holy and the HighPage Scan
L420Now, Jesus, in our midst appearPage Scan
L421Sprinkle our hearts, O Lord, this hourPage Scan
L422We read in thy most holy wordPage Scan
L423This child we now present to theePage Scan
L424Now, Lord, behold, we bring to theePage Scan
L425This infant, Lord, we now baptizePage Scan
L426Fulfil, O God, thy promis'd wordPage Scan
L427We now approach the table, LordPage Scan
L428Thy flesh, O Lord, is meat indeedPage Scan
L429We thy last supper can't forgetPage Scan
L430Christians, awake, salute the happy mornPage Scan
L431Hark! what sounds salute our earsPage Scan
L432Come, let us lift our heart and voicePage Scan
L433Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
L434Hark, the herald angels singPage Scan
L435He dies! the Friend of sinners dies!Page Scan
L436The Sun of Righteousness appearsPage Scan
L437The Lord is ris'n indeed!Page Scan
L438Except the Lord conduct the planPage Scan
L439Come, Saviour, and our souls inspirePage Scan
L440Great everlasting KingPage Scan
L441"Give us room, that we may dwell"Page Scan
L442To thee, great God, in songs of praisePage Scan
L443These walls we to thy honour raisePage Scan
L444Now, Lord, we fall before thy facePage Scan
L445This house which we have rais'dPage Scan

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