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Divine Hymns or Spiritual Songs, for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians: being a collection

Editor: Joshua Smith, Samson Occum
Publisher: Asher & Charles Miner (printer), Wilkesbarre, Penn., 1802
Notes: The Appendix is numbered separately, numbers are preceeded by "A". The hymnal skips #LXXXIX. The Hymnary editor corrected #LXII to #LXXII.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
INow in a song of grateful praiseTextPage Scan
IIThe tree of life my ſoul hath ſeenTextPage Scan
IIIFarewell, my brethren in the LordTextPage Scan
IVSavior, I do feel thy meritTextPage Scan
VHail, sovereign love! that first beganTextPage Scan
VIO glorious hope of perfect loveTextPage Scan
VIIGreat God of providence! thy waysTextPage Scan
VIIIWhen pity prompts me to look roundTextPage Scan
IXAm I a soldier of the CrossTextPage Scan
XWhen the Eternal bows the skiesTextPage Scan
XIGreat God, my maker, and my kingTextPage Scan
XIIThe day is past and goneTextPage Scan
XIIIMethinks I hear my Savior callTextPage Scan
XIVJerusalem, my happy homeTextPage Scan
XVHe dies, the heav'nly lover diesTextPage Scan
XVIHow free and boundless is the graceTextPage Scan
XVIICome brethren and sisters that love my dear LordTextPage Scan
XVIIIHow tedious and tasteless the hoursTextPage Scan
XIXBlest door of bliss to weary saintsTextPage Scan
XXCome all ye weary travellersTextPage Scan
XXIThine earthly Sabbaths Lord, we loveTextPage Scan
XXIINow the shades of night are goneTextPage Scan
XXIIICome ye redeemed of the LordTextPage Scan
XXIVMy days, my weeks, my months, my yearsTextPage Scan
XXVBehold a lovely vineTextPage Scan
XXVICome now poor sinner, share a partTextPage Scan
XXVIIO that my load of sin were goneTextPage Scan
XXVIIIWeary of struggling with my painTextPage Scan
XXIXLet heav'n and earth rejoiceTextPage Scan
XXXPray'r was appointed to conveyTextPage Scan
XXXISinners obey the gospel wordTextPage Scan
XXXIILord, whither shall I fleeTextPage Scan
XXXIII'Tis a point I long to knowTextPage Scan
XXXIVDismiss us with thy blessing LordTextPage Scan
XXXVThe great tremendous day's approachingTextPage Scan
XXXVIGreat high priest we view the stoopingTextPage Scan
XXXVIIHark! hear the sound on earth is foundTextPage Scan
XXXVIIIWhen converts first begin to singTextPage Scan
XXXIXArise my dear love, my undefil'd doveTextPage Scan
XLFrom whence doth this union ariseTextPage Scan
XLIChrist our Lord is risen to-dayTextPage Scan
XLIIThro'out our Savior's life we traceTextPage Scan
XLIIIAdam, our father and our headTextPage Scan
XLIVAwake, my soul stretch every nerveTextPage Scan
XLVI hear the gospel's joyful soundTextPage Scan
XLVIJesus once for sinners slainTextPage Scan
XLVIICome ye sinners, poor and wretchedTextPage Scan
XLVIIIGod's power and wisdom is display'dTextPage Scan
XLIXCome and taste along with meTextPage Scan
LThe man that views his guilt and sinTextPage Scan
LINo pen can write that sweet delightTextPage Scan
LIIWhen God on high shall magnifyTextPage Scan
LIIILord, when shall we mount up to theeTextPage Scan
LIVMy thoughts, that often mount the skiesTextPage Scan
LVAwake my soul, in joyful laysTextPage Scan
LVIMy God above with smiles of loveTextPage Scan
LVIIJesus, I thirst, and go I mustTextPage Scan
LVIIIHoly and reverend is the nameTextPage Scan
LIXThe moment a sinner believesTextPage Scan
LXYou saints of light that shine so brightTextPage Scan
LXIWhen Christ shall rend from end to endTextPage Scan
LXIINow who are they who dare to sayTextPage Scan
LXIIIWell met, dear friends in Jesus' nameTextPage Scan
LXIVLord, when together here we meetTextPage Scan
LXVNow, Lord, tho' we must part awhileTextPage Scan
LXVINow is the time, O lovely youthTextPage Scan
LXVIIWhy was unbelieving ITextPage Scan
LXVIIIHeavenly thoughts create my songTextPage Scan
LXIXThe tables spread, my soul there 'spiesTextPage Scan
LXXNow I have found the ground, whereinTextPage Scan
LXXIThus saith the Lord, your master dearTextPage Scan
LXXIIDidst thou, dear Jesus, suffer shameTextPage Scan
LXXIIIJesus, thy blessings are not fewTextPage Scan
LXXIVChildren of your heavn'ly KingTextPage Scan
LXXVSavior, visit thy plantationTextPage Scan
LXXVIOh! happy soul how fast you goTextPage Scan
LXXVIIWe in this tabernacle mournTextPage Scan
LXXVIIIThee will I love my Lord, my tow'rTextPage Scan
LXXIXDiffuse thy beams and teach my heartTextPage Scan
LXXXLet Christ the glorious LoverTextPage Scan
LXXXIOmnipotent Lord, my Savior, and kingTextPage Scan
LXXXIIThe Savior meets his flock to dayTextPage Scan
LXXXIIISin is the fatal cause of woeTextPage Scan
LXXXIVCome, all who've spent your blooming daysTextPage Scan
LXXXVThis God is the God we adoreTextPage Scan
LXXXVIMy brethren all remember wellTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIThe worth of truth no tongue can tellTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIIHappy the man whose will is bow'dTextPage Scan
XCThat name to me sounds ever sweetTextPage Scan
XCIBlessed be God for allTextPage Scan
XCIII am that I amTextPage Scan
XCIIIWand'ring pilgrims, mourning ChristiansTextPage Scan
XCIVCome to the glorious gospel feastTextPage Scan
XCVFarewell vain world, I bid adieuTextPage Scan
XCVILord, in the morning I will sendTextPage Scan
XCVIIGo on ye Pilgrims, while belowTextPage Scan
XCVIIIO could I sing from day to dayTextPage Scan
XCIXO what a cruel wretch am ITextPage Scan
CI would, but cannot singTextPage Scan
CIWhen any turn from Zion's wayTextPage Scan

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