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The Emory Hymnal: No. 2, sacred hymns and music for use in public worship, Sunday-schools, social meetings and family worship

Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1891
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is mostly by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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3Father all holy, bend we so lowlyPage Scan
4I've a message from the Lord, Hallelujah!Page Scan
5Like an army we are marchingPage Scan
6Conquering now and to conquerPage Scan
7I am passing down the valley that they say is so lonePage Scan
8Working, toiling, or at restPage Scan
9There is rest, sweet rest, at the Master's feetPage Scan
10O my Saviour, keep me everPage Scan
11God of Nations, hear us nowPage Scan
12There comes to my heart one sweet strainPage Scan
13There's rejoicing in the presence of the angelsPage Scan
14Here in thy name we are gatheredPage Scan
15Saviour, lead me, lest I strayPage Scan
16Up to the bountiful Giver of lifePage Scan
17Singing of Jesus, singing his praisesPage Scan
18Praise the Lord, O my soulPage Scan
20Softly and tenderly Jesus is callingPage Scan
21Sing with a tuneful heartPage Scan
22The Saviour invites you, poor wand'rer, to comePage Scan
23Traveler, haste, the day is waningPage Scan
24I will sing when morning comethPage Scan
25Every one may have a FriendPage Scan
26I know who came to die for mePage Scan
27The waters that most refresh the soulPage Scan
28In the hush of early morningPage Scan
29O Lord, I will praise theeTextPage Scan
30Wondrous words! how rich in blessing!Page Scan
31"We shall know as we are known"Page Scan
32What did the angel say? hymning their joyous layPage Scan
33Come to Calvary's mount todayPage Scan
34Come to the throne of gracePage Scan
35I think oftentimes of that mansion of minePage Scan
36Only a word for the MasterPage Scan
37A ransomed soul returnsPage Scan
38Now begin the heav'nly themePage Scan
39Come, O my soul, my ev'ry power awakingPage Scan
40Why will ye die, when promised life eternalPage Scan
41I stood outside the gatePage Scan
42How lovely are thy dwellings, O Zion bright and fairPage Scan
43Glory to Jesus who died on the treePage Scan
44O Kedron, lovely Kedron! whose pensive music blestPage Scan
45When I think of Jesus' lovePage Scan
46What a wonderful salvation!Page Scan
47O Jesus dear, that blessed namePage Scan
48Arise, ye sons of ZionPage Scan
50The Saviour is my all in allPage Scan
51Praise, for his excellent greatnessPage Scan
52There's never a day so sunnyPage Scan
53Trying to walk in the steps of the SaviourPage Scan
54'Tis the hour of social meetingPage Scan
55Within God's temple now we meetPage Scan
56O come, to Calvary turningPage Scan
57Welcome, day of blessing!Page Scan
58'Tis the Shepherd's voice we hearPage Scan
59Hark! 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hearPage Scan
60My soul in sad exile was out on life's seaPage Scan
61I'll sing of the story, how Jesus from gloryPage Scan
62O give thanks unto the Lord, Give thanksPage Scan
63We are coming from the mountainsPage Scan
64Have you heard, when sad and wearyPage Scan
65O, bless the Lord, what joy is mine!Page Scan
66How happy, how peaceful the hourPage Scan
67Anywhere with Jesus I can safely goPage Scan
68When darkness shrouds your lonely pathPage Scan
69He healeth the broken heartedPage Scan
70Let us ask the precious SaviourPage Scan
71Angels above are singing, Heavenly harps are ringingPage Scan
72There's a hand held out in pityPage Scan
73Jesus is waiting his grace to bestowPage Scan
74Out in the sunshine of infinite lovePage Scan
75Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
76March on, march on, follow the mighty CommanderPage Scan
77The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not wantPage Scan
78I know in whom my soul believesPage Scan
79I love thee, I love thee, I love thee, my LordPage Scan
80I'm happy, so happy! no words can expressPage Scan
81Do you hear that gentle whisper?Page Scan
82Saviour, breathe an evening blessingPage Scan
83I will go in the strength of the LordTextPage Scan
84Jesus calls, your heart would winPage Scan
85Lord Jesus, I come In my darkness to theePage Scan
86Swing back for one moment, fair portalsPage Scan
87Come, sinners, to the Living OnePage Scan
88Is it well with thee?Page Scan
89The sweetest song my heart e'er sungPage Scan
90Oh, how oft amid our laborPage Scan
91Heart bells, joyfully, Ring a merry chimePage Scan
92When the hosts redeemed to Zion comePage Scan
94When the Saviour in his gloryPage Scan
95Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates!Page Scan
96Precious to me is the gospelPage Scan
97Is the way all dark before youPage Scan
98God is in heaven, and can he hearPage Scan
99Light is spreading, sing the jubileePage Scan
100Only for Jesus, the lives he has givenPage Scan
101Happy little children In the Sunday schoolPage Scan
102We love our glorious starry flagPage Scan
103Does Jesus bless the children nowPage Scan
104'Mid the toil and the battle I think of my homePage Scan
105God bless our Sabbath-school! Firmly united[God bless our Sabbath-school! Firmly united]Page Scan

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