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A Collection of Hymns, for the Use of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren. New and Revised ed.

Publisher: I. Ashmead & Co. (Printer), Philadelphia, 1832
Denomination: Moravian Church
Language: English
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1Holy Lord, Holy LordPage Scan
2God's holy word, which ne'er shall ceasePage Scan
3Dearest Jesus! we are herePage Scan
4Spirit of truth, essential GodPage Scan
5'Twas by an order from the LordPage Scan
6Lord Jesus, with thy children stayPage Scan
7From the doctrines I'll ne'er waverPage Scan
8Fain would I, dear Redeemer, learnPage Scan
9Give us thy Spirit, Lord, that wePage Scan
10Here in thy presence we apperPage Scan
11Jesus, thy word is my delightPage Scan
12O how I love thy holy wordPage Scan
13How precious is the Book devinePage Scan
14O what peace divinely sweetPage Scan
15Precious Bible! what a treasurePage Scan
16Most gracious God, to thee we render praisePage Scan
17Let the splendor of thy wordPage Scan
18When Adam fell, the frame entirePage Scan
19Our whole salvation doth dependPage Scan
20When the due time had taken placePage Scan
21In thine image, Lord, thou mad'st mePage Scan
22Christ, the good Shepherd, God's own SonPage Scan
23Thou holy, spotless Lamb of God!Page Scan
24Ye bottomless depths of God's infinite lovePage Scan
25How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan
26Not one of Adam's racePage Scan
27I, with the fallen human racePage Scan
28Lord, I am vile, conceiv'd in sinPage Scan
29When justice did demand its duePage Scan
30Arise, ye who are captive ledPage Scan
31Jesus, th' almighty Son of GodPage Scan
32To God we render thanks and praisePage Scan
33Behold, to us a Child is bornPage Scan
34How shall I meet my Saviour?Page Scan
35Jesus, all praise is due to theePage Scan
36Rejoice, our nature Christ assumesPage Scan
37Rise my soul, shake off all sadnessPage Scan
38Infininte Source, whence all did springPage Scan
39O come and view the greatest mystery!Page Scan
40Come ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
41Sinners, with adorationPage Scan
42Arise, my spirit, bless the dayPage Scan
43All glory be to God on high!Page Scan
44What good news the angels bring!Page Scan
45All the world give praises due!Page Scan
46Immanuel, to thee we singPage Scan
47Christ, whom the virgin Mary borePage Scan
48To-day we celebrate the birthPage Scan
49Christ the Lord, the Lord most gloriousPage Scan
50Hail, thou wond'rous infant strangerPage Scan
51The Sun of grace is risingPage Scan
52Truly that eventful dayPage Scan
53Man, by Satan's wiles decievedPage Scan
54Rejoice in Jesus' birthPage Scan
55Hear, ye sinners; peace and pardonPage Scan
56Welcome, blessed heav'nly stranger!Page Scan
57Peace on earth! heav'n is procalimingPage Scan
58Maker of all things, Lord our GodPage Scan
59Hosanna to the royal SonPage Scan
60O thou Day-spring from on high!Page Scan
61A wond'rous change Christ with us makesPage Scan
62Both to the seraph and the wormPage Scan
63All hail, ImmanuelPage Scan
64I will rejoice in God my SaviourPage Scan
65Wisdom and pow'r to Christ belongPage Scan
66Come, thou universal blessingPage Scan
67Gracious Saviour, mov'd by lovePage Scan
68With awe and deeply bow'dPage Scan
69To God our Immanuel made fless as we arePage Scan
70Lord Jesus, when I tracePage Scan
71How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
72Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
73Sacred name of JesusPage Scan
74Jesus' name, Jesus' namePage Scan
75Jesus is our highest goodPage Scan
76My God a man! a man indeedPage Scan
77Man of sorrows and acquaintedPage Scan
78See, my soul, God ever blestPage Scan
79Immanuel's meritorious tearsPage Scan
80O my dear Saviour, when thy caresPage Scan
81My dear Redeemer, God and LordPage Scan
82The wise men from the east ador'dPage Scan
83Servant of all, to toil for manPage Scan
84When we in spirit, Jesus seePage Scan
85What human mind can trace the condescensionPage Scan
86Behold! how in GethsemanePage Scan
87Often I call to mind the placePage Scan
88Most awful sight! my heart doth breakPage Scan
89God, in a garden, suffers in our nature!Page Scan
90God, congregation, go and seePage Scan
91My Redeemer, overwhelm'd with anguishPage Scan
92Thou Source of my salvationPage Scan
93With my sin's heavy load oppressedPage Scan
94Great High-priest, we view thee stoopingPage Scan
95Go, follow the SaviourPage Scan
96Hail, suff'ring Lamb of GodPage Scan
97I smite upon my guilty breastPage Scan
98Jesus, till my latest breathPage Scan
99O Lamb of God unspottedPage Scan
100O head so full of bruisesPage Scan

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