A Collection of Spiritual Songs and Hymns

Editor: Richard Allen
Publisher: John Ormrod, Philadelphia, Penn., 1801
Denomination: African Methodist Episcopal Church
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1The voice of Free Grace, cries, escape
2O Jesus, my Saviour, to thee I submit
3How lost was my condition
4O God my heart with love inflame
5The glorious day is drawing nigh
6Come and taste along with me
7Behold that great and awful day
8Jerusalem my happy home
9O That I had a bosom friend
10Behold the awful trumpet sounds
11What poor despised company
12Am I a Soldier of the Cross
13In thee we now together came
14We've found the rock, the trav'ler cries
15Saviour, I do feel thy merit
16Oh! give me Lord my sins to mourn
17The time draws nigh when you and I
18See the Eternal judge descending
19Brethren farewell, I do you tell
20Earth has detain'd me pris'ner long
21Think, wordling, think, alas! how vain
22The trumpet of God is sounding abroad
23Lord! when together here we meet
24O blessed estate of the Dead
25Come Christian friends, and hear me tell
26When I can read my title clear
27There is a land of pure delight
28Come let us lift our voices high
29Come ye that know the Lord indeed
30Curst be the man, for ever curst
31Now begins the Heav'nly theme
32How long shall Death the Tyrant reign
33The great tremendous day's approaching
34Awake my heart, arise my tongue
35Come all ye poor sinners that from Adam came
36Oh! how I have long'd for the coming of God
37A Solemn march we make
38Drest uniform the soldiers are
39O when shall I see Jesus
40O don't you hear the alarm
41Wake up my muse condole the loss
42Come listen to the cause of sin
43Almighty love inspire
44Burst, ye em'rald gates and bring
45Now the Saviour stands a pleading
46Oh, if my soul were form'd for woe
47My thoughts on awful subjects roll
48Early my God, without delay
49Why should we start and fear to die?
50From regions of Love, lo! an Angel descended
51Ye virgin souls, arise
52Lord what a wretched land is this
53Lo! we see the sign appearing
54And are we yet alive
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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