Cottage Melodies; a hymn and tune book, for prayer and social meetings and the home circle

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Editor: William B. Bradbury, Sylvester Main
Publisher: Carlton & Porter, New York, 1859
Language: English
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1All hail! the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
2Love divine, all love excellingPage Scan
3Up to thee, Almighty FatherPage Scan
4How sweet is the cordial of love!Page Scan
5We speak of the realms of the bless'dPage Scan
6What now is my object and aim?Page Scan
7Deem not that they are blest alonePage Scan
8When pulse beats low, and cheeks grow palePage Scan
9How sweet to leave the world awhilePage Scan
10Jesus, where'er thy people meetPage Scan
11God of my life, through all my daysPage Scan
12O Sun of righteousness! arisePage Scan
13Listen to the gentle promptingsPage Scan
14Jesus, while our hearts are bleedingPage Scan
15Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
16Vain are all terrestrial pleasuresPage Scan
17May the grace of Christ our SaviourPage Scan
18Lo! He comes, with clouds descendingPage Scan
19Hark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
20Great Jehovah! we adore theePage Scan
21O when shall we sweetly removePage Scan
22I long to behold him array'dPage Scan
23O throw away thy rodPage Scan
24O happy, happy placePage Scan
25How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
26According to thy gracious wordPage Scan
27Why should we start, and fear to die!Page Scan
28Forgive us, Lord! to thee we cryPage Scan
29Pass a few swiftly-fleeting yearsPage Scan
30Sinner, O why so thoughtless grown?Page Scan
31Why droops my soul, with grief oppressed!Page Scan
32How vain is all beneath the skies!Page Scan
33There is a place of sacred restPage Scan
34O for a breeze of heavenly lovePage Scan
35Be ours the bliss in wisdom's wayPage Scan
36There is an hour of hallow'd peacePage Scan
37Far from the world, O Lord, I fleePage Scan
38The Saviour now is gone beforePage Scan
39Forever blessed be the LordPage Scan
40Dear Father, to thy mercy-seatPage Scan
41There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
42There is a hope, a blessed hopePage Scan
43The God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
44Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
45Father, I bless thy gentle handPage Scan
46Thus far the Lord hath led me onPage Scan
47With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
48What! never speak one evil word?Page Scan
49Why will ye waste on trifling caresPage Scan
50Wanderer from God, return, returnPage Scan
51Though far from home, fatigued, opprestPage Scan
52How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
53Deep are the wounds which sin has madePage Scan
54Say, why should friendship grieve for thosePage Scan
55Soft be the gently-breathing notesPage Scan
56When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
57Thou God of hope, to thee we bowPage Scan
58Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
59When, O my Saviour, shall it bePage Scan
60O God! to thee we raise our eyesPage Scan
61I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
62O Lord, another day has flownPage Scan
63To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
64Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
65Dear Saviour, when my thoughts recallPage Scan
66When grief and anguish press me downPage Scan
67Awake, my soul! in joyful laysPage Scan
68How pleasant, how divinely fairPage Scan
69What sinners value I resignPage Scan
70My God! how endless is thy love!Page Scan
71Go watch and pray; thou canst not tellPage Scan
72Say, dost thou mark that beaming eyePage Scan
73How calm and beautiful the mornPage Scan
74Tarry with me, O my Saviour!Page Scan
75Cast thy bread upon the watersPage Scan
76Light of those whose dreary dwellingPage Scan
77When strangers stand, and hear me tellPage Scan
78Come, let us tune our loftiest songPage Scan
79Come, O my soul, in sacred laysPage Scan
80O happy saints, who dwell in lightPage Scan
81Descend from heaven, immortal Dove!Page Scan
82Though now the nations sit beneathPage Scan
83Lord, how secure and blest are theyPage Scan
84Happy the meek, whose gentle breastPage Scan
85Lord, let my prayer like incense risePage Scan
86My opening eyes with rapture seePage Scan
87What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
88Jesus, thy far-extended fame Page Scan
89Who are these in bright arrayPage Scan
90Palms of glory, raiment brightPage Scan
91Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
92High in yonder realms of lightPage Scan
93Little trav'lers Zionward Page Scan
94Weary souls, that wander widePage Scan
95From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
96Why not now, my God, my God?Page Scan
97When the heart, oppressed with griefPage Scan
98Once I thought my mountain strongPage Scan
99Now, from labor and from carePage Scan
100Christ, whose glory fills the skiesPage Scan

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