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A Collection of Sacred Hymns

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d1Adieu, my dear brethren, adieu
d2Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d3An angel came down from the mansions of glory
d4An angel from on high Descended to the earth
d5At the close of the day when toil's laid aside
d6Awake my soul, arise to God
d7Awake, O ye people, the Savior is coming
d8Before this earth from chaos sprung
d9Behold the church, it soars on high
d10Behold the great redeemer die [dies]
d11Behold the man whose tender heart
d12Believing children gather round
d13Come, all ye humble saints of God
d14Come, all ye sons of Zion, and let us praise the Lord
d15Come, Thou long expected Jesus [Savior], Born to set thy people free
d16Come ye children of the kingdom, sing with me for joy today
d17Dear brothers and sisters, I give you my hand
d18Earth, with her ten thousand flowers
d19Ere long the veil will rend in twain
d20Father, to thee I dedicate
d21From Greenland's icy mountains
d22From the regions of glory an angel descended
d23Gently raise the sacred strain
d24Glorious things of thee are spoken
d25God spake the word, and time began
d26Great is the Lord, 'tis good to praise
d27Guide us, O thou great Jehovah, Saints, upon
d28Hail, glorious morn, thou long expected day
d29How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d30How fleet the precious moments roll
d31How often in sweet meditation my mind
d32I am a sinner humbled now
d33I know that my Redeemer lives, what comfort this
d34In ancient days men feared the Lord
d35In the morn of creation
d36Jesus, mighty King in [of] Zion
d37Joy to the world, the Lord will come
d38Know then [this] that every soul [one] is free
d39Let every mortal ear attend
d40Let him to whom we now belong
d41Let thy Kingdom, blessed Savior
d42Let us pray, gladly pray
d43Let Zion in her beauty rise
d44Listen, O ye formal saints
d45My soul is full of peace and love
d46No man had yet seen God
d47Now let us rejoice in the day of salvation
d48Now we'll sing with one accord for a prophet
d49O god the eternal Father, Who dwells amid the sky
d50O Jesus, the giver of all we enjoy
d51O stop and tell me, red man
d52Praise to God, immortal praise
d53Praise ye the Lord, immortal choir that fill
d54Redeemer of Isr'l, our only delight
d55Rejoice, O earth, your redemption draws near
d56Rejoice ye meek and lowly
d57Sinners, obey the gospel word
d58The Bible is justly esteemed
d59The comforter is sent again
d60The gallant ship is under weigh
d61The glorious day is rolling on
d62The glory of the Lord shall on Mount Zion shine
d63The gospel light, in days of old
d64The great and glorious gospel light
d65The happy day has rolled on
d66The Lord in glory shall descend
d67The power of faith restore
d68The saints crowned with songs of rejoicing
d69The saints like pilgrims go
d70The spirit of God like a fire is burning
d71The time is nigh, that [the] happy time
d72The time long appointed is now drawing near
d73The towers of Zion soon shall rise
d74Then changed the earth will be
d75There is a land that the Lord will bless
d76There's a feast of fat things for the righteous preparing
d77This earth shall be a blessed place
d78This earth was once a garden place
d79'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d80We're not ashamed to own our Lord
d81What fair one is this from the wilderness
d82What wondrous things we now behold
d83When earth in bondage long had [hast] lain
d84When earth's foundation first was laid
d85When Isr'l in safety shall dwell
d86Ye heralds of Jesus go forth in his name
d87Ye heralds of the gospel go
d88Ye slumbering nations, who have slept a long night
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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