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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.
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104Looking unto Jesus, Never need we yieldPage Scan
105Blessed Saviour, my salvationPage Scan
106Touch my spirit with thy SpiritPage Scan
107This is the glorious gospel wordPage Scan
108I have giv'n my all to JesusPage Scan
109Lord, for tomorrow and its needsPage Scan
110I've nothing to bring to thee, JesusPage Scan
112Is there anyone here that is willing todayPage Scan
113Look to the cross, sinner, believe itPage Scan
114Look up! behod the fields are whitePage Scan
115Ah, my heart is heavy-ladenPage Scan
116Light of all who come to theePage Scan
117Light in our darkness, hope in our fearPage Scan
118As we journey by the waysidePage Scan
119If I in thy likeness, O Lord, may awakePage Scan
120I love to tell the storyPage Scan
121Lord, I hear of showers of blessingPage Scan
122In the secret of his presence I am kept from strife of tonguesPage Scan
123"For ever with the Lord!"Page Scan
124My heart is fixed, eternal GodPage Scan
125The fountain of salvationPage Scan
126God came knocking, Gently knockingPage Scan
127I dare not idle standPage Scan
128Shout for joy, ye holy throngPage Scan
129I have entered the valley of blessing so sweetPage Scan
130On the happy, golden shorePage Scan
131'Tis the Lord who leadeth me stillPage Scan
132Jesus, my Lord, to theePage Scan
133'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsPage Scan
134Only a beam of sunshinePage Scan
135To thy cross, dear Christ I'm clingingPage Scan
136Stand at your post, ye watchmenPage Scan
138Who, who is he? Who, who is he?Page Scan
139O good old way, how sweet thou art!Page Scan
140I want to be a worker for the LordPage Scan
141Praise ye the Lord, the hope of our salvationPage Scan
142Go forth, O Christian soldierPage Scan
143Shall we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
144There's an undertone of sighingPage Scan
145I would be thine; O take my heartPage Scan
146When the laborers have finishedPage Scan
147There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
148Trust on! trust on! believerPage Scan
149Abiding, oh, so wondrous sweet! Page Scan
150Behold the ark of God, Behold the open doorPage Scan
151Have mercy, Lord, on mePage Scan
152Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs are swellingPage Scan
153Have you not a word for Jesus?Page Scan
154Why do you wait a convenient day?Page Scan
155My life, my love I give to theePage Scan
156O for a thousand tongues, to singPage Scan
157O Jesus, immaculate Lamb!Page Scan
158Called to the feast by the King are wePage Scan
159Look above, oh, look abovePage Scan
160Jesus, here I bring my allPage Scan
161What mean this eager, anxious throngPage Scan
162I'm more than conq'ror thro' his bloodPage Scan
163Jesus, Saviour, Lord of allPage Scan
164I have found the dearest friendPage Scan
165Precious Jesus, Saviour dearPage Scan
166The Cross and the Bible, how precious their worth!Page Scan
167We are praying, blessed SaviourPage Scan
168I heard thy voice calling me, Shepherd divinePage Scan
169Tho' my sins were once like crimson redPage Scan
170There are songs of joy that I loved to singPage Scan
171Hover o'er me, Holy SpiritPage Scan
172Beautiful Light, Holy and truePage Scan
173There are lonely hearts to cherishPage Scan
174Out on the desert, looking, lookingPage Scan
175Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power?Page Scan
176Alas! alas! a wayward sheepPage Scan
177Trustingly, trustingly, Jesus, to theePage Scan
178Oh, the song of the soul shall not die nor grow oldPage Scan
179I've reached the land of corn and winePage Scan
180Sing on, ye joyful pilgrimsPage Scan
182aThe Great Physician now is nearPage Scan
182bMy soul, be on thy guardPage Scan
183aYield not to temptation, For yielding is sinPage Scan
183bStand up! stand up for Jesus!Page Scan
184Blessed Saviour, my RedeemerPage Scan
185What a Friend we have in JesusPage Scan
186I will look to the hills, to the beautiful hillsPage Scan
187"Eternity!--where?" It floats in the airPage Scan
188Do you know how many starsPage Scan
189Resting on the faithfulness of Christ our LordPage Scan
190Weary and thirsty, oh, why wilt thou roam?Page Scan
192aBeautiful valley of Eden! sweet is thy noon-tide calmPage Scan
192bThere are angels hov'ring roundPage Scan
193One more day its twilight bringsPage Scan
194aWhile we bow in thy namePage Scan
194bOh, how happy are they, Who their Saviour obeyPage Scan
195aI am thinking of home, of my Father's housePage Scan
195bOut on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
196There's a voice that comes in my lonely hoursPage Scan
197aSaw ye my Saviour, saw ye my SaviourPage Scan
197bSaw ye my Saviour, saw ye my SaviourPage Scan
198Onward now! the trumpet call is soundingPage Scan
199I hear the Saviour say, Thy strength indeed is smallPage Scan
200My way is dreary and coldPage Scan
201In the darkness hour That my heart may knowPage Scan

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