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A Collection of Hymns, Designed for the Use of the Church of Christ

Editor: John Reist
Publisher: A. W. Wilgus, Buffalo, N.Y., 1847
Denomination: Reformed Mennonite Church
Language: English
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1The birth of King ImmanuelPage Scan
2Hope is an anchor for my soulPage Scan
3With pleasure I would serve thee, LordPage Scan
4Come sinners hear your Savior tellPage Scan
5Hear, all ye sons of Adam's racePage Scan
6The time of harvest is at handPage Scan
7Ye souls that do feel comfortlessPage Scan
8O resting place, for thee I longPage Scan
9The happy year of jubileePage Scan
10When Jesus Christ from death arosePage Scan
11O Lord, Thy Word, the heavenly seedPage Scan
12The Christian meek doth follow ChristPage Scan
13The accepted time, the day of gracePage Scan
14The Christian's beautiful arrayPage Scan
15The Lord who made the universePage Scan
16The wisdom which is from abovePage Scan
17The folly of the youngest sonPage Scan
18New converts, be ye vigilantPage Scan
19Dear people, come and take a viewPage Scan
20Young people come, hear my addressPage Scan
21The church of Christ that's here belowPage Scan
22In the great saving gospel planPage Scan
23When Christ descended from abovePage Scan
24When Christ the people plainly taughtPage Scan
25Now the supper being endedPage Scan
26O let us lay our treasures upPage Scan
27Come seek relief, thou troubled soulPage Scan
28Come ye that truly seekPage Scan
29Peace on earth, good will to men RangPage Scan
30This happy lot indeed is minePage Scan
31Short is the time I did sojournPage Scan
32O Lord, alas, I am distressedPage Scan
33Come sinners, to the school of ChristPage Scan
34Benevolence, the best of partsPage Scan
35Lord of the harvest, thee we prayPage Scan
36A listening ear, O come and givePage Scan
37While I am on my journey herePage Scan
38O gracious Lord, hear thou my cryPage Scan
39O Lord, I will not be silentPage Scan
40Alas and I have lost my lovePage Scan
41Before we do our meeting closePage Scan
42Come ye that love the Lord, Let now your joyPage Scan
43All professors hear with pleasurePage Scan
44Our nature's totally depravedPage Scan
45Apprehensive of future delightPage Scan
46Now in this happy jubileePage Scan
47The sons of charity possessPage Scan
48Alas alas I am undonePage Scan
49Come all who feel your wantsPage Scan
50O Lord, I will confess to theePage Scan
51Awaken from your slumberPage Scan
52The Lord doth gospel joys comparePage Scan
53O Lord, from thy discerning sightPage Scan
54Your hearts O let not troubled bePage Scan
55Come all that are with sins oppresssedPage Scan
56Assembled we have beenPage Scan
57Behold, a dawning star appearsPage Scan
58My mind to warmer thoughts give placePage Scan
59When we with health and life were blessedPage Scan
60Behold how fast our time doth fleetPage Scan
61Where'er on earth the saints do meetPage Scan
62The only and the proper wayPage Scan
63The first love is that blessed statePage Scan
64What darkness great o'er shadows mePage Scan
65Fainting traveler, troubled spiritPage Scan
66O sinners, come and hear me tellPage Scan
67O sinner, come and Jesus seePage Scan
68Let us the whole conclusion hearPage Scan
69O let not Jesus die in vainPage Scan
70You little flock, ye chosen fewPage Scan
71Faith is a shield and substance greatPage Scan
72O Savior kind, do thou inclinePage Scan
73The Lord is worthy of all praisePage Scan
74I've found the great salvation streamPage Scan
75To the great supper ye are bidPage Scan
76O Lord, accept my humble praisePage Scan
77Mortal man, what is your stationPage Scan
78A man who's truly meek and plainPage Scan
79We see the earth, we see the skyPage Scan
80Sweet friendship's tie's [tie is] broke againPage Scan
81O how fain would I goPage Scan
82Come brethren dear, and sober bePage Scan
83O Jesus, thee I will confessPage Scan
84I am a valiant pilgrimPage Scan
85Celestial thought, impulse divinePage Scan
86Dear children, come and help to singPage Scan
87Immanuel, thy welcome birthPage Scan
88Soon shall this mighty fabric fallPage Scan
89The way of truth in faith I'll treadPage Scan
90There is a time wherein to tellPage Scan
91The way of life in Christ doth [does] leadPage Scan
92Come all ye weary pilgrimsPage Scan
93Now in our Savior's blessed namePage Scan
94O mortal man behold How soon the Lord may comePage Scan
95The judgment day draws nighPage Scan
96Oh Lord, I will confess to theePage Scan
97Ho ye that sleep awake arisePage Scan
98No lasting joy for me can yieldPage Scan
99O Lord, withdraw my wretched [troubled] soulPage Scan
100Ye chosen, royal nationPage Scan

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