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Editor: Lowell Mason
Publisher: Carter, Hendee & Co., Boston, Mass., 1833
Language: English
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25The Lord is good--the Lord is kindPage Scan
26aOh! may our ardent zeal employPage Scan
26bOh let the saints with joy recordPage Scan
27aNow God invites--how blessed the day!Page Scan
27bRejoice, ye servants of the LordPage Scan
28aThere is a stream, whose gentle flowPage Scan
28bThus far the Lord hath led me onPage Scan
29aThine earthly temples, Lord, we lovePage Scan
29bCome, smiling hope, and joy sincerePage Scan
30aOh render thanks to God abovePage Scan
30bSoftly the shade of evening fallsPage Scan
31aThere is a stream, whose gentle flowPage Scan
31bWith all my powers of heart and tonguePage Scan
32aShow pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive!Page Scan
32bHark! from the cross a voice of peacePage Scan
33aShow pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive!Page Scan
33bAwake, my glory--wake my lyrePage Scan
34aHow blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
34bThe heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
35aHow sweet the light of sabbath eve!Page Scan
35bJesus demands the voice of joyPage Scan
36Oh! happy day, that fixed my choicePage Scan
37aThou, whom my soul admires, abovePage Scan
37bReturn, my soul, and sweetly restPage Scan
38aHappy the meek, whose gentle breastPage Scan
38bWhy, on the bending willows hungPage Scan
39aZion, awake! thy strength renewPage Scan
39bOh! may the righteous, when I strayPage Scan
40aBe all my heart, and all my daysPage Scan
40bWho is this stranger in distressPage Scan
41aWhile here as wandering sheep we strayPage Scan
41bPreserve me, Lord, in time of needPage Scan
42aO come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
42bThe trumpet swells along the skyPage Scan
43Praise ye the Lord! let praise employPage Scan
44aWorthy the Lamb of boundless swayPage Scan
44bCome hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
45aLoud swell the pealing organ's notesPage Scan
45bOh render thanks and bless the LordPage Scan
46aCome, O my soul, in sacred laysPage Scan
46bGreat God, attend, while Zion singsPage Scan
47aThy praise, O God, shall tune the lyrePage Scan
47bThrough every age, eternal GodPage Scan
48aLet every creature rise and bringPage Scan
48bDeep in our hearts let us recordPage Scan
49aFor thee, O God, our constant laysPage Scan
49bLord, when my thoughts delighted rovePage Scan
50aGreat God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
50bNow to the Lord who makes us knowPage Scan
51aCome, O my soul, in sacred laysPage Scan
51bBroad is the road that leads to deathPage Scan
52aSweet is the day of sacred rest!Page Scan
52bHappy the church, thou sacred placePage Scan
53aWith one consent let all the earthPage Scan
53bOh, where is now that glowing lovePage Scan
54The Lord my pasture shall preparePage Scan
55aThe Lord my pasture shall preparePage Scan
55bMy soul, inspired with sacred lovePage Scan
56aThy praise, O Lord, shall tune my lyrePage Scan
56bGlory to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
57aThe heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
57bO praise the Lord, ye nations roundPage Scan
58aWith all my powers of heart and tonguePage Scan
58bAll needful grace will God bestowPage Scan
59aCome hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
59bSweet is the day of sacred restPage Scan
60aMy God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
60bAwake our souls, away our fearsPage Scan
61aThine early Sabbaths, Lord, we lovePage Scan
61bAll ye bright armies of the skiesPage Scan
62aSweet is the day of sacred restPage Scan
62bO come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
63aO clap your hands, ye people roundPage Scan
63bDear is the hallowed morn to mePage Scan
64aO all ye people, clap your handsPage Scan
64bGreat is the Lord! what tongue can framePage Scan
65aFor thee, O God, our constant praisePage Scan
65bLord, when my thoughts delighted rovePage Scan
66aGive to our God immortal praisePage Scan
66bNow may we say--Our God, thy powerPage Scan
67Eternal God--celestial King!Page Scan
68Thy praise, O God, shall tune the lyrePage Scan
69aBe thou, O God, exalted highPage Scan
69bO come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
70aUp to the fields where angels liePage Scan
70bThy goodness, Lord, doth crown the yearPage Scan
71aCome, O my soul, in sacred laysPage Scan
71bWake, O my soul, and hail the mornPage Scan
72Blest who with generous pity glowsPage Scan
73aTo God our voices let us raisePage Scan
73bLoud hallelujahs to the LordPage Scan
74aHow blest the meek, who stand afarPage Scan
74bArise! arise! with joy surveyPage Scan
75aFrom morning dawn to evening closePage Scan
75bCome hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
76aGreat God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
76bO all ye nations, praise the LordPage Scan
77Give thanks to God; he reigns abovePage Scan
78aNow, to my God, my heart and tonguePage Scan
78bLord, 'tis a pleasant thing to standPage Scan

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