Elim; or Hymns of Holy Refreshment

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d1A pathway opens from the tomb
d2Ah many a time we look on starlit nights
d3Alleluia, alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise
d4Art thou weary, art thou languid
d5Behind them lies the desert waste
d6Brief life is here our portion
d7By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored
d8By Nebo's lonely mountain
d9Calm lay the city in its double sleep
d10Came north and south and east and west
d11Come, Lord, and tarry not, bring the long looked for day
d12Come, Lord Jesus, quickly come
d13Come, my soul, thou [you] must be waking
d14Come, O thou traveller unknown
d15Come, ye lofty, come, ye lowly, Let your songs of gladness ring
d16Cross, most adored, to thee I give my heart
d17Darker than night, life's shadows fall around us
d18Darkly rose the guilty morning
d19Dear little one! how sweet thou art, Thine eyes how bright they shine
d20Dear Savior, of a dying world
d21Down below the wild November
d22Faith is a very slender thing
d23Far from the Shepherd's one true fold I stray
d24Father, for thy kindest word
d25Father of love, who didst not spare
d26For all who in thy steadfast faith
d27Forth from the city gate
d28Fresh glides the brook and blows the gale
d29From England's gilded halls of state
d30From tangled ways by which I wandered far
d31Give me to drink, and who and what art thou
d32God the Father, be thou near
d33Hark, the sound of holy voices
d34He cometh, on your hallowed board
d35Here is my heart, my God, I give it thee
d36Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face
d37Here on earth, where foes surround us
d38How long, O Lord, in weariness and sorrow
d39I ask not wealth, but power to take And use the things I have aright
d40I bore with thee long weary days and nights
d41I come, dear Lord, like a tired child
d42I come, O Lord, to thy dear face
d43I come to thee tonight In my lone closet
d44I do not ask, O Lord, that thou shouldst shed
d45I have a heritage of joy
d46I saw again, behold, heaven's open door
d47I think of thee, my God, by night
d48I thirst, thou wounded Lamb of God
d49I would that I were fairer, Lord
d50In the silent midnight watches, list thy bosom's door
d51In those dark hours of bitter woe
d52Jesu, behold the wise from far
d53Jesu, mighty Sufferer
d54Jesus, guide our way
d55Jesus is God, the glorious bands of holy angels
d56Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts
d57Jesus, while he dwelt below
d58Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d59Left in her little room alone
d60Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates
d61Lo the feast is spread today
d62Lord Jesus Christ, my faithful shepherd
d63Lord, to thine altar let me go
d64Lord, what unvalued pleasures crowned
d65Love craves the presence and the sight
d66Love's tears tell fast, like the thick of rain
d67Master, where abidest thou
d68My God, now I from sleep awake
d69Mysterious is thy presence, Lord
d70No gospel like this feast
d71Not from Jerusalem alone
d72Now lift the carol, men and maids
d73O come to me, dear Lord, I pray
d74O Lord, my God, how long I for the day
d75O Lord, the wilderness to me
d76O mount beloved, mine eyes again
d77O not alone when blinding tears
d78O time of tranquil joy and holy feeling
d79O'er the distant mountains breaking comes the reddening dawn of day
d80Once I thought to sit so high
d81One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'er
d82One by one, the sands are flowing
d83One Priest alone can pardon me
d84Only waiting till the shadows
d85ôTis finished, so the Savior cried, and meekly
d86Out on the world, unheeded, came
d87Perpetual peace flows from that word
d88Rejoice, rejoice, believers, and let your light
d89Rest, weary heart
d90Resting from his work today
d91Say, art thou wounded and feeble and weak
d92She brought her box of alabaster
d93Silence in the house of prayer
d94Something, my God, for thee
d95Soon will the heavenly Bridegroom come
d96Supreme High Priest, the pilgrim's light
d97Sweet Savior, bless us ere [as] we go
d98That I am thine, my Lord and God
d99The apostle slept, a light shone in the prison
d100The day is past and over

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