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Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs: for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians: being formerly a collection (12th ed.)

Editor: Joshua Smith
Publisher: Russell Hubbard, Norwich, Conn., 1811
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: After #164 the hymnal starts numbering at #185. The editor has added the hymnal numbers in brackets.
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1Come friends and relations let us join heart and handPage Scan
2Farewell, my brethren in the LordPage Scan
3Hail, sov'reign love, that first beganPage Scan
4When pity prompts me to look roundPage Scan
5Awake, arise, O saints and viewPage Scan
6As shepherds in Jewry were guarding their sheepPage Scan
7Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
8Come all ye saints and sinners nearPage Scan
9The day is past and gonePage Scan
10Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
11He dies, the heav'nly lover diesPage Scan
12Come brethren and sisters that love my dear LordPage Scan
13Come all you weary trav'llersPage Scan
14Dear Lord, and will thy pard'ning lovePage Scan
15My days, my weeks, my months, my yearsPage Scan
16Behold a lovely vine, Here in this desert groundPage Scan
17Let heav'n and earth rejoicePage Scan
18Prayer was appointed to conveyPage Scan
19'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
20The great tremendous day's approachingPage Scan
21Hark hear the sound on earth is foundPage Scan
22When converts first begin to singPage Scan
23From whence doth this Union arise?Page Scan
24Thro'out our Saviour's life we tracePage Scan
25I hear the gospel's joyful soundPage Scan
26Come ye sinners poor and wretchedPage Scan
27Well met dear friends, in Jesus' namePage Scan
28Lord, when together here we meetPage Scan
29Now, Lord, though we must part awhilePage Scan
30Now is the time, O lovely youthPage Scan
31The name of Christ how sweet it soundsPage Scan
32Heavenly thoughts create my songPage Scan
33The tables spread, my soul there 'spiesPage Scan
34Didst thou dear Jesus suffer shamePage Scan
35Jesus, thy blessings are not fewPage Scan
36Children of the heav'nly KingPage Scan
37Saviour, visit thy plantationPage Scan
38O now begin the heav'nly themePage Scan
39Come sinners, now approach your GodPage Scan
40The worth of truth no tongue can tellPage Scan
41Happy the man whose will is bow'dPage Scan
42That name to me sounds ever sweetPage Scan
43I am that I am, saith Christ the dear LambPage Scan
44Wand'ring Pilgrims, Mourning, ChristiansPage Scan
45Oh! happy souls, how fast you goPage Scan
46Come to the glorious gospel feastPage Scan
47Farewell vain world, I bid adieuPage Scan
48Go on you pilgrims while belowPage Scan
49O could I find from day to dayPage Scan
50O what a cruel wretch am I Page Scan
51I set myself against the LordPage Scan
52All hail the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
53Tho' troubles assail and dangers affrightPage Scan
54How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
55Why should a living man complainPage Scan
56Hark, how the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
57Bless'd be my God that I was bornPage Scan
58Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
59When John tho' a man, baptizing beganPage Scan
60Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
61While I am blest with youthful bloomPage Scan
62Let strife forever ceasePage Scan
63Hail! happy pilgrims, whence came yePage Scan
64Come sinners to the gospel feastPage Scan
65My soul doth magnify the LordPage Scan
66Lo! we are journ'ing home to GodPage Scan
67What poor despised companyPage Scan
68Companions of thy little flockPage Scan
69Today Imman'el feeds his sheepPage Scan
70Arise, my soul, with wonder seePage Scan
71Christ, in that night he was betray'dPage Scan
72Lord, from thy throne of flowing gracePage Scan
73Encourag'd by the wordPage Scan
74Hail the new year that's now begunPage Scan
75What var'ous hindrances we meetPage Scan
76Before thy throne eternal KingPage Scan
77Jesus drinks the bitter cupPage Scan
78Hail the day that sees him risePage Scan
79Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
80Blow ye the trumpet blowPage Scan
81I sojourn in a vale of tearsPage Scan
82Jesus I fly to theePage Scan
83See what a wretched statePage Scan
84Jesus, thy gospel I embracePage Scan
85Go my heralds blow the trumpetPage Scan
86My soul why weepest thouPage Scan
87O for a glance of heav'nly dayPage Scan
88Ye humble souls approach your GodPage Scan
89Awake my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
90How are thy servants blest O Lord Page Scan
91Father of mercies, in thy wordPage Scan
92God, in the gospel of his SonPage Scan
93Jesus, th'eternal Son of GodPage Scan
94My God, the cov'nant of thy lovePage Scan
95'Tis finish'd so the Saviour cry'dPage Scan
96Farewell vain world, I must begonePage Scan
97As when the child secure of harmsPage Scan
98Come let me love, or is my mind Page Scan
99Lord 'tis an infinite delightPage Scan
100Rise Zion, shine, thy light is comePage Scan

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