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A Collection of Hymns: for the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, principally from the collection of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M., late fellow of Lincoln College..(Rev. and corr. with a supplement)

Publisher: G. Lane & C. B. Tippett, New York, 1845
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church
Language: English
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1aO for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
1bLook unto Him, ye nations; ownPage Scan
2Come, ye sinners, poor and needyPage Scan
3Come, sinners to the Gospel feastPage Scan
4Sinners, turn, why will ye die?Page Scan
5aSinners, obey the Gospel word!Page Scan
5bCome then, ye sinners, to your LordPage Scan
6Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
7O all that pass by, To Jesus draw nearPage Scan
8Thy faithfulness, Lord, Each moment we findPage Scan
9Weary souls that wander widePage Scan
10Lovers of pleasure more than GodPage Scan
11Awake, Jerusalem, awakePage Scan
12Ho! ev'ryone that thirsts, draw nighPage Scan
13Let ev'ry mortal ear attendPage Scan
14aLet the beasts their breath resignPage Scan
14bWhat could your Redeemer doPage Scan
15See, sinners, in the Gospel-glassPage Scan
16Sinners, believe the Gospel-wordPage Scan
17Sinners, the call obeyPage Scan
18Ye thirsty for God, to Jesus give earPage Scan
19Lord, we are vile, conceiv'd in sinPage Scan
20Sinners, the voice of God regardPage Scan
21Thou Son of God, whose flaming eyesPage Scan
22Come, O thou all-victorious LordPage Scan
23Terrible thought! shall I alonePage Scan
24Lamb of God for sinners slainPage Scan
25O thou, whom once they flock'd to hear!Page Scan
26My sufferings all to thee are knownPage Scan
27How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan
28Father of lights, from whom proceedsPage Scan
29O that I could repent!Page Scan
30Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
31Let the world their virtue boastPage Scan
32With glorious clouds encompass'd roundPage Scan
33Jesus, if still the same thou artPage Scan
34Wherewith, O Lord, shall I draw nearPage Scan
35Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
36O love divine, how sweet thou art!Page Scan
37Ah! whither should I goPage Scan
38Father of Jesus Christ, the JustPage Scan
39Come, Holy, celestial DovePage Scan
40Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stayPage Scan
41To the haven of thy breastPage Scan
42O that I could my Lord receivePage Scan
43Drooping soul, shake off thy fearsPage Scan
44Why should the children of a KingPage Scan
45My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so!Page Scan
46God is in this and every place!Page Scan
47Thou hidden God, for whom I groanPage Scan
48Thou man of griefs, remember mePage Scan
49Lord Jesus, when, when shall it bePage Scan
50O God, to whom in flesh reveal'dPage Scan
51Jesus, thy far-extended famePage Scan
52Saviour, Prince of Israel's racePage Scan
53O for that tenderness of heartPage Scan
54O that I could repentPage Scan
55O that I could reverePage Scan
56Enslav'd to sense, to pleasure pronePage Scan
57Wretched, helpless, and distrestPage Scan
58Father of Jesus Christ, my LordPage Scan
59When my relief will most displayPage Scan
60Jesus, in whom the weary findPage Scan
61Author of faith, to thee I cryPage Scan
62And wilt thou yet be foundPage Scan
63aJesus, if still thou art to-dayPage Scan
63bWhile dead in trespasses I liePage Scan
64Let the redeem'd give thanks and praisePage Scan
65Lord, I despair myself to healPage Scan
66Jesus, the sinner's friend, to theePage Scan
67aWhen shall thy love constrainPage Scan
67bAnd can I yet delayPage Scan
68aO that thou wouldst the heavens rendPage Scan
68bJesu! Redeemer, Saviour, LordPage Scan
69aThee, Jesus, thee, the sinner's FriendPage Scan
69bPris'ner of hope, to thee I turnPage Scan
70Still, Lord, I languish for thy gracePage Scan
71God of my life, what just returnPage Scan
72Fain would I go to thee, my GodPage Scan
73My God, my God, to thee I cryPage Scan
74My soul before thee prostrate liesPage Scan
75When rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
76Oh! for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
77aCome, O thou Traveller unknownPage Scan
77bYield to me now, for I am weakPage Scan
78O thou, whom fain my soul would lovePage Scan
79Long have I seem'd to serve Thee, LordPage Scan
80aMy gracious, loving LordPage Scan
80bA godly, formal saintPage Scan
81Still. for thy loving-kindness, LordPage Scan
82Weary of wand'ring from my GodPage Scan
83Jesus, Friend of sinners hearPage Scan
84Son of God, if thy free gracePage Scan
85Lord, and is thine anger gonePage Scan
86aHow happy are theyPage Scan
86bAh! where am I now!Page Scan
87How shall a lost sinner in painPage Scan
88O that I were as heretofore!Page Scan
89O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
90Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgivePage Scan

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