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Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs: for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians (Latest and largest ed.)

Editor: Joshua Smith, Samuel Sleeper
Publisher: John Melcher, Portsmouth, N.H., 1794
Denomination: Baptist Church - New Hampshire Association
Language: English
Notes: Some pages are missing from the page scan. Some pages from the index are missing so the Hymnary editor reconstructed what was missing as best as possible from another edition.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
INow in a song of grateful praise [love]Page Scan
IIThe tree of life, my ſoul hath ſeenPage Scan
IIIFarewell, my [dear] brethren in the Lord
IVSaviour, I do feel thy merit
VHail sov'reign love that first began
VIDress'd uniform Christ's soldiers arePage Scan
VIIWhen pity prompts me to look round [around] [down] upon my [this] fellow clayPage Scan
VIIIAm I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
IXCome all ye saints and sinners near [now], Come listen aPage Scan
XThe day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
XIMethinks I hear my Savior call, His pleasant voicePage Scan
XIIJerusalem, my happy home, O how I long for theePage Scan
XIIIHe dies, the heavenly Lover diesPage Scan
XIVCome brethren and sisters, that [who] love my [our] dear LordPage Scan
XVHow tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hoursPage Scan
XVIBlest door of bliss to weary saintsPage Scan
XVIICome all ye [you] weary travellersPage Scan
XVIIIThine earthly Sabbath [Sabbaths], Lord we lovePage Scan
XIXNow the shades of night are gonePage Scan
XXCome ye redeemed of the Lord, come and obeyPage Scan
XXIMy days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] yearsPage Scan
XXIIBehold a lovely vine, Here in this desertPage Scan
XXIIICome now, poor sinners, share a partPage Scan
XXIVO that my load of sin were [was] gonePage Scan
XXVWeary of struggling with my painPage Scan
XXVILet heaven and earth rejoicePage Scan
XXVIIPrayer is [was] appointed to conveyPage Scan
XXVIIISinners, obey the gospel wordPage Scan
XXIXLord, whither shall I fleePage Scan
XXX'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
XXXIDismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, HelpPage Scan
XXXIIThe great tremendous day's approachingPage Scan
XXXIIIGreat high priest we view thee stoopingPage Scan
XXXIVHark! hear the sound on earth is foundPage Scan
XXXVWhen coverts first begin to singPage Scan
XXXVIArise my dear love, my undefiled dovePage Scan
XXXVIIFrom whence doth [does] this [the] union arisePage Scan
XXXVIIIChrist the [our] Lord is risen today, Our triumphant holy dayPage Scan
XXXIXThroughout our Savior's life we tracePage Scan
XLIn the Lord's word left on recordPage Scan
XLII hear the Gospel's joyful soundPage Scan
XLIIJesus, once for sinners slainPage Scan
XLIIICome ye [you] sinners, poor and wretched [needy], Weak and woundedPage Scan
XLIVGod's power and wisdom is displayedPage Scan
XLVThe man that views his guilt and sinPage Scan
XLVINo pen can write that sweet delightPage Scan
XLVIIWhen God on high shall magnifyPage Scan
XLVIIILord, when shall we mount up to theePage Scan
XLIXWhen we shall fly above the skyPage Scan
LMy heart is there, I've no elsewherePage Scan
LIMy God above with smiles of lovePage Scan
LIIJesus, I thirst, and go I mustPage Scan
LIIIMy children dear, you now appearPage Scan
LIVSure God will say, My children stayPage Scan
LVYou saints of light that shine so brightPage Scan
LVIWhen Christ shall rend from end to endPage Scan
LVIINow who are they who dare to sayPage Scan
LVIIIWell met, dear friends, in Jesus' namePage Scan
LIXLord, when together here we meetPage Scan
LXNow, Lord, though we must part awhilePage Scan
LXINow is the time, O lovely youthPage Scan
LXIIThe name of Christ, how sweet it soundsPage Scan
LXIIIHeavenly thoughts [views] create my songPage Scan
LXIVThe table spread my soul there spiesPage Scan
LXVNow have I found the ground whereinPage Scan
LXVIThus saith the Lord, your Master dearPage Scan
LXVIIDidst thou, dear Jesus, suffer shamePage Scan
LXVIIIJesus, thy blessings are not fewPage Scan
LXIXChildren of the heavenly king as we journeyPage Scan
LXXSavior, visit Thy [our] plantation, grant us Lord, a gracious rainPage Scan
LXXIO now begin thy [the] heavenly themePage Scan
LXXIIWe in this tabernacle mourn For immortalityPage Scan
LXXIIIThee will I love, my Lord, my towerPage Scan
LXXIVDiffuse thy beams and teach my heartPage Scan
LXXVEternal love the darling songPage Scan
LXXVIOmnipotent, Lord, my Savior and KingPage Scan
LXXVIIThe Savior meets his flock todayPage Scan
LXXVIIISin is the fatal cause of woePage Scan
LXXIXCome all who've spent your blooming daysPage Scan
LXXXCome sinners now approach your GodPage Scan
LXXXIThis God is the God we adorePage Scan
LXXXIIMy brethren all, remember wellPage Scan
LXXXIIIThe worth of truth no tongue can tellPage Scan
LXXXIVHappy the man whose will is bow'dPage Scan
LXXXVThat name to me sounds ever sweetPage Scan
LXXXVIBlessed be God for allPage Scan
LXXXVIII AM that I AM, saith Christ the dear LambPage Scan
LXXXVIIIWandering pilgrim [pilgrims], mourning Christian [Christians]Page Scan
LXXXIXLet Christ, the glorious lover, have everlasting praisePage Scan
XCO happy soul how fast you goPage Scan
XCICome to the glorious gospel feastPage Scan
XCIIFarewell, vain world, I bid adieuPage Scan
XCIIILord, in the morning I will sendPage Scan
XCIVGo on ye [you] Pilgrims, while [here] belowPage Scan
XCVO could I find from day to dayPage Scan
XCVIO what a cruel wretch am I to leave my Jesus soPage Scan
XCVIIWhat think you [ye], my friends, of the preaching of JohnPage Scan
XCVIIII set myself against the LordPage Scan
XCIXDear Christian friends come we will goPage Scan
CDoes it not grief and wonder movePage Scan

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