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Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs: for the Use of Religious Assemblies and Private Christians (7th Ed. Rev.)

Editor: Joshua Smith
Publisher: J. Woods, for John Tiebout, New York, 1800
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
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1Now in a song of grateful praise TextPage Scan
2The tree of life my soul hath seenTextPage Scan
3Farewell, my brethren in the LordTextPage Scan
4Savior, I do feel thy meritPage Scan
5Hail sovereign love, that first beganTextPage Scan
6O glorious hope of perfect loveTextPage Scan
7Great God! thy providence, thy waysPage Scan
8When pity prompts me to look roundTextPage Scan
9Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
10When the Eternal bows the skiesTextPage Scan
11Great God my maker and my kingTextPage Scan
12The day is past and gonePage Scan
13Methinks I hear my Savior callTextPage Scan
14Jerusalem, my happy homeTextPage Scan
15He dies the Heavenly lover diesTextPage Scan
16How free and boundless is the graceTextPage Scan
17Come brethren and sisters that love my dear LordTextPage Scan
18How tedious and tasteless the hoursTextPage Scan
19Blest door of bliss, to weary saintsTextPage Scan
20Come all ye weary travellersTextPage Scan
21Thine earthly sabbaths, Lord, we lovePage Scan
22Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
23Come ye redeemed of the LordTextPage Scan
24My days, my weeks, my months, my yearsTextPage Scan
25Behold a lovely vineTextPage Scan
26Come now poor sinners share a partTextPage Scan
27O that my load of sin was gonePage Scan
28Weary of struggling with my painPage Scan
29Let Heav'n and Earth rejoiceTextPage Scan
30Prayer was appointed to conveyPage Scan
31Sinners obey the gospel wordPage Scan
32Lord, whither shall I fleeTextPage Scan
33'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
34Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordTextPage Scan
35The great tremendous day's approachingTextPage Scan
36Great high priest, we view thee stoopingTextPage Scan
37Hark! hear the sound on earth is foundPage Scan
38When converts first begin to singPage Scan
39From whence doth this union ariseTextPage Scan
40Christ our Lord is ris'n to-dayTextPage Scan
41Thro'out our Savior's life we traceTextPage Scan
42Adam, our father and our headPage Scan
43Awake, my soul, stretch every nerveTextPage Scan
44Jesus once for sinners slainTextPage Scan
45Come ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
46God's power and wisdom are display'dTextPage Scan
47O for a glance of heav'nly dayPage Scan
48The man that views his guilt and sinTextPage Scan
49No pen can write that sweet delightTextPage Scan
50My thoughts that often mount the skiesTextPage Scan
51Awake my soul in joyful laysPage Scan
52My God above with smiles of loveTextPage Scan
53Jesus I thirst, and go I mustTextPage Scan
54Holy and reverend is the namePage Scan
55Sure God will say, my children stayTextPage Scan
56You saints of light that shine so brightTextPage Scan
57Now who are they who dare to sayTextPage Scan
58Well met dear friends in Jesus' nameTextPage Scan
59Lord when together here we meetTextPage Scan
60Now, Lord, though we must part awhilePage Scan
61Now is the time, O lovely youthTextPage Scan
62The name of Christ, how sweet it soundsTextPage Scan
63Heavenly thoughts create my songTextPage Scan
64The table spread my soul there spiesTextPage Scan
65Now have I found the ground, whereinTextPage Scan
66Thus saith the Lord your master dearTextPage Scan
67Didst thou dear Jesus suffer shameTextPage Scan
68Jesus thy blessings are not fewTextPage Scan
69Children of the heav'nly kingPage Scan
70Savior, visit thy plantationTextPage Scan
71O now begin thy heavenly themeTextPage Scan
72We in this tabernacle mournTextPage Scan
73Thee will I love, my Lord, my tow'rPage Scan
74Diffuse thy beams and teach my heartTextPage Scan
75Eternal love, the darling songTextPage Scan
76Omnipotent Lord, my Savior and kingTextPage Scan
77The Savior meets his flock to-dayTextPage Scan
78Sin is the fatal cause of woeTextPage Scan
79Come all you've spent your blooming daysTextPage Scan
80Come sinners now approach your GodTextPage Scan
81This God is the God we adoreTextPage Scan
82My brethren all remember wellTextPage Scan
83The worth of truth no tongue can tellTextPage Scan
84Happy the man whose will is bow'dTextPage Scan
85That name to me sounds ever sweetTextPage Scan
86Blessed be God for allTextPage Scan
87I AM that I AMTextPage Scan
88Wandering Pilgrims, mourning ChristiansTextPage Scan
89Oh! happy soul how fast you goTextPage Scan
90Come to the glor'ous gospel feastTextPage Scan
91Farewel, vain world, I bid adieuTextPage Scan
92Lord, in the morning I will sendTextPage Scan
93Go on, ye pilgrims, while belowTextPage Scan
94O could I find from day to dayPage Scan
95O what a cruel wretch am ITextPage Scan
96I would but cannot singPage Scan
97When any turn from Zion's wayTextPage Scan
98I set myself against the LordTextPage Scan
99Asham'd of Christ, my soul disdainsTextPage Scan
100Ye glittering toys of earth adieuPage Scan

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