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The Emory Hymnal: a collection of sacred hymns and music for use in public worship, Sunday-schools, social meetings and family worship

Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1887
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by the page number the hymn starts on, if there is more than one hymn on a page, letters are added to the numbers.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
3Wake, wake the song! our glad jubileePage Scan
4Ev'ry day my soul is happyPage Scan
5My soul for light and love had earnest longingsPage Scan
6A little talk with JesusPage Scan
7Redeemed, how I love to proclaim itPage Scan
8Oh, sometimes the shadows are deepPage Scan
9aJesus, my Lord, to thee I cryPage Scan
9bJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
10When we enter the portals of gloryPage Scan
11Look ye saints the sight is gloriousPage Scan
12Sing glory to God in the highestPage Scan
13Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken yeartPage Scan
14To the cross of Christ, my SaviourPage Scan
15Keep looking unto Jesus as we march alongPage Scan
16We are pilgrims looking homePage Scan
17Poor, starving soul, there's room for theePage Scan
18Sound, sound the jubileePage Scan
20I stand all bewildered with wonderPage Scan
21Saved by his goodness I amPage Scan
22Sound the battle cryPage Scan
23We are never, never weary of the grand old songPage Scan
24I have a garden fairPage Scan
25May I draw nigh with empty handsPage Scan
26We are marching, marching onwardPage Scan
27Down at the cross where my Saviour diedPage Scan
28Are you weary, are you heavy-hearted?Page Scan
29A trembling soul I come to TheePage Scan
30Tho' troubles assail, and dangers affrightPage Scan
31I am dwelling on the mountainPage Scan
32Lord, I care not for richesPage Scan
33I have a crown, a kingly crownPage Scan
34In thy book, where glory brightPage Scan
35Open the windows of the soulPage Scan
36The Master is come, and calleth for theePage Scan
37Come, oh, come with me where love is beamingPage Scan
38Jesus, I will trust thee, When across my soulPage Scan
39I have laid my burden down where the crimson waters flowPage Scan
40Up and away, like the dew of the morningPage Scan
41Jesus speaks in accents thrillingPage Scan
42What shall separate us From the love that bought us?Page Scan
43Light after darkness, Gain after lossPage Scan
44Many souls on life's dark oceanPage Scan
45O love surpassing knowledge!Page Scan
46Walk in the light! so shalt thou knowPage Scan
47I bring my sins to thee, The sins I cannot countPage Scan
48Oh, blessed fellowship divine!Page Scan
49There's a crown in heaven for the striving soulPage Scan
50When peace, like a river, attendeth my wayPage Scan
51Sound a living war cry, sing a Saviour's lovePage Scan
52O happy day! what a Saviour is mine!Page Scan
53Children of the kingdom, while we journey herePage Scan
54Who is this that cometh strong in mightPage Scan
55Lamb of God, whose dying lovePage Scan
56God loved the world so tenderlyPage Scan
57The blood, the blood is all my pleaPage Scan
58Thro' the gates of pearl and jasperPage Scan
59I was once far away from the SaviourPage Scan
60Trusting in Jesus there's release from sinPage Scan
61Sing, my soul! proclaim the holy rapturePage Scan
62Oh, ye who would journey to Canaan's landPage Scan
63The God of Abrah'm praisePage Scan
64Jesus, the Saviour is passing this wayPage Scan
65The homeland! oh, the homeland!Page Scan
66I have found a friend in Jesus, he's ev'rything to mePage Scan
67One by one, our loved ones slowlyPage Scan
68Why stand I here, amid this gloom?Page Scan
69I do repent of ev'ry sinPage Scan
70On Calv'ry's brow my Saviour diedPage Scan
71Come, the Saviour's callingPage Scan
72There's a stranger at the doorPage Scan
73Tho' weak my faith, I'm holding onPage Scan
74I entered once a home of carePage Scan
75Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
76When the mists have roll'd in splendorPage Scan
78There's a wonderful story I've heard long agoPage Scan
79I will sing you a song of a beautiful landPage Scan
80I hope to meet you all in gloryPage Scan
81All ye who pass byPage Scan
82Peter on the troubled seaPage Scan
83On let us go where the valley of Eden fairPage Scan
84I am sav'd! the Lord hath sav'd mePage Scan
85We have heard a joyful soundPage Scan
86Keep your colors flyingPage Scan
87To the cross I long was clingingPage Scan
88Unto us a Child is bornPage Scan
89From ev'ry stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
90A little while togetherPage Scan
91O who is this that comethPage Scan
92Joy! joy! joy! wonderful joy, wonderful joyPage Scan
93Hail, hail, hail, beautiful skyPage Scan
94Living for the Master, happy in his servicePage Scan
95God be with you till we meet againPage Scan
96Awake! awake! the Master now is calling usPage Scan
97Awake! awake! our festive day is dawning nowPage Scan
98O Jesus, Lord, thy dying lovePage Scan
99Oh, weary pilgrim, lift your headPage Scan
100Though there may be shades of sadness
101Jesus, I come to thee
102O, think of a home over therePage Scan
103Brother for Christ's kingdom sighingPage Scan

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