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Collection of Hymns Designed for the Use of the Church of Christ by the Reformed Mennonite Church

Editor: John Reist
Publisher: New Era Printing House, Lancaster, Penn., 1895
Denomination: Reformed Mennonite Church
Language: English
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d1A brother, Lord, we would ordain
d2A church was established on earth here below
d3A list'ning ear, O come and give
d4A star was seen, a song was heard
d5A stream throughout this region
d6A sure foundation I have found
d7According to command, dear Lord
d8Again, God's glorious sun appears
d9Alas poor man stop now and think
d10All flesh is as the grass, we read
d11All ye sinners, poor and needy
d12Almighty Father, kind and true
d13Another brother in the faith
d14Another day is gone and past
d15As God his kindness hath made known
d16Assembled with us here are now
d17At the close of thy career
d18Awake, O my soul, to sweet raptures of love
d19Awaken, thou that sleepest
d20Be faithful to your Savior's call
d21Behold, a dawning star appears
d22Behold how pleasant and how good
d23Behold my lifeless, tiny form
d24Behold, O frail and dying man
d25Behold upon Mount Zion
d26Blest are the dead who in the Lord
d27Blest is the saint's abode
d28Brethren and sisters let us sing
d29By faith the saints are justified
d30By thy grace thou hast permitted
d31Celestial thought, impulse divine
d32Christ, by the Father's glory raised
d33Christ Jesus, our Savior, arose from the tomb
d34Christ rose triumphant from the dead
d35Come all that are with sins oppresssed
d36Come all who feel your wants
d37Come, all ye souls in trials great
d38Come, all [ye] you weary [mourning] pilgrims
d39Come and seek the Lord of glory
d40Come, mortal man, behold me now
d41Come seek relief, thou troubled soul
d42Come, ye that love to join
d43Come, ye that seek the Savior's grace
d44Come ye that truly seek
d45Dear brethren abd sisters, again we must part
d46Dear children, come and help to sing
d47Dear people, think on your last doom
d48Dear sister, thou hast gone
d49Defiled with sin, oh gloomy plight
d50Dost thou heed those tender callings
d51Enlivened nature's spacious field
d52Fainting traveler, troubled spirit
d53Faith is a shield and substance great
d54Farewell now, dear sister, thy work here is done
d55Farewell, O my most beloved
d56From the depth I call to Thee
d57Give praise to God, enthroned on high
d58God's holy word will joy impart
d59Gracious Lord, we come before thee
d60Great are the memories of our God
d61Grieving mourners, it is finished
d62Had Christ alone the cross to bear
d63Hear, all ye sons of Adam's race
d64He's gone, he's gone, his work is done
d65Hope is the anchor for my soul
d66How couldst thou show such favor, Lord
d67How many souls have passed this day
d68How pleasant thus it is to see
d69How sweet thou art, O heavenly rest
d70I am a valiant pilgrim
d71Immanuel, thy welcome birth
d72In faith I look to thee
d73In hope we now together meet
d74In prospect of future delight
d75In thee, great God, we do confide
d76In times of distress to our God we repair
d77I've found the great salvation stream
d78Jehovah speaks, who would not hear
d79Jerusalem, O, blest abode
d80Let thy blessing, Lord, be with us
d81Lo I have found the true foundation
d82Lord bless Thy word, this day declared
d83Lord, in thy holy name we meet
d84Mortal man, what is your station
d85My soul surveys the 'mazing sight
d86Now after communion, in harmony sweet
d87Now bleeding hearts surround the bier
d88Now in our Savior's blessed name
d89Now parting, dear brethren, may each one accord
d90Now with true hearts let us draw near
d91O blessed hope, like angel sent
d92O blessed infant, thou art gone
d93O dear Redeemer, we are thine
d94O death, thou dreaded messenger
d95O God of love, in humble plea
d96O gracious Lord, with us abide
d97O gracious Shepherd of thy sheep
d98O grant this day, thy blessing, Lord
d99O great Emmanuel [Immanuel], we bow beneath thy throne
d100O great Redeemer, Prince of peace

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