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The Gospel Hymn Book: being a selection of hymns, composed by different authors designed for the use of the church universal and adapted to public and private devotion

Publisher: [Abraham Maxim], [Maine], 1818
Denomination: Eastern Association of Universalists
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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5All nature owns her GodPage Scan
6The Cause of all can have no cause, God of himself existsPage Scan
7Come atheist own the world was madePage Scan
8This rolling earth on which we livePage Scan
9God is a spirit, just and purePage Scan
10How boundless seem Jehovah's worksPage Scan
11God forms and governs by decreesPage Scan
12God is the cause of every thingPage Scan
14'Twas by an order from the LordPage Scan
14bSome men who hold that God's decreePage Scan
16As God does every thing decreePage Scan
17How many men on earth there bePage Scan
18Much has been said to prove that man is free to actPage Scan
19As God on earth has placed mankindPage Scan
21As is the greater good, we findPage Scan
21bWhen Abraham to Moriah's mountPage Scan
23God from election free and purePage Scan
24Why should we think that Adam wasPage Scan
25The moral law a transcript is of GodPage Scan
26Why do we dread to diePage Scan
28Now let a spacious world arisePage Scan
29Deceived by subtle snares of hell [I fell]Page Scan
30God of my life, look gently downPage Scan
31Thy ways, O Lord [God] with wise designPage Scan
32Lord, what was man, when made at firstPage Scan
33'Tis not the law often commandsPage Scan
34Isr'l in ancient daysPage Scan
35Are thou my Father? Then no morePage Scan
36Praise ye the Lord ye immortal choirPage Scan
37Father of mercies, in thy [your] wordPage Scan
39How precious is the book divinePage Scan
39bMany affirm mankind to bePage Scan
40Ye sons of men, with joy recordPage Scan
41God said to Abraham not in mirthPage Scan
42Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] comePage Scan
43Awake the song that gave to earthPage Scan
44Arise, and hail the happy dayPage Scan
45Lo angels to the earth descendPage Scan
46Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn KingPage Scan
47All hail, thou great First BornPage Scan
48I came with no designPage Scan
49Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comesPage Scan
50Jesus, as we have understoodPage Scan
51'Twas on the green banks of Euphrates' fine streamPage Scan
55Proud Roman world behold the mornPage Scan
56The Son of God on purpose camePage Scan
57That God is Father of us allPage Scan
58If God foreknew that man would fallPage Scan
59That Adam's body did not diePage Scan
61As all in Adam diePage Scan
62I am, saith Christ, the WayPage Scan
63As in a seed to hidden liePage Scan
63bAs all men once in Adam fellPage Scan
65Now let us praise the Lamb of GodPage Scan
66'Tis finish'd; so the Savior criedPage Scan
67Hark, 'tis the Savior of mankind Speaks to his chosenPage Scan
68Angel [Angels], roll the rock [stone] awayPage Scan
69Hail, day of sacred rest On which our SaviorPage Scan
70Before the patriarch Abraham was, I, the Redeemer amPage Scan
71Yes, the Redeemer rose [lives]; The Savior left the deadPage Scan
72When I the holy [empty] [lonely] [vanquished] grave [tomb] surveyPage Scan
73And I, if I be lifted upPage Scan
74Jesus, thou Day spring from on highPage Scan
75Stretched on the cross the Savior dies [died]Page Scan
76Rejoice, ye ransomed of the earthPage Scan
76bWhat curious notions now residePage Scan
78This universe, to say the mostPage Scan
79Hail infant time, when this huge worldPage Scan
80The lofty pillars of the skyPage Scan
81How many hold, the DeityPage Scan
83Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blowPage Scan
84See the proud Pharisees conspirePage Scan
85The love of Money is the root of evilPage Scan
86All men by nature more or lessPage Scan
87O what a wretched thingPage Scan
88As by the offence of one, we allPage Scan
89Since Satan is, as all confess, the foePage Scan
91As Jesus in his body borePage Scan
91bFather, how wide thy glory shinesPage Scan
92To what strange cause is duePage Scan
94To him who brought salvation downPage Scan
95The only cure for slavish griefPage Scan
96It is impossible that one of all the human kindPage Scan
97Now to the Lord a noble [joyful] songPage Scan
98Come limitarian, having faith in Christ the SaviorPage Scan
100Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] laysPage Scan
101What pleasure can friendship impartPage Scan
102By nature men in general thinkPage Scan
103A wretched creature, Lord, I've beenPage Scan
104There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]Page Scan
105How many whom we Christians callPage Scan
106If Adam was a type of ChristPage Scan
107If God the author be of sinPage Scan
108O, all ye hungry, thirsty soulsPage Scan
109As God is potent, wise and justPage Scan
110Religion pure and undefiledPage Scan
111How many Christians of the dayPage Scan
112Dear Shepherd, see thy flock here met
113How many persons now professPage Scan
114Whilst we are marching throughPage Scan

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