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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115Thankless for favors from on highPage Scan
116The only cause to which we tracePage Scan
117O God, my Sun, thy blissful raysPage Scan
118Blest are the eyes that seePage Scan
119What if Jehovah has a rightPage Scan
120Jesus, thy blood and righteousnessPage Scan
121That our first parents sinned and fellPage Scan
122How many do professPage Scan
123In keeping God's commands we findPage Scan
124Infinite power, amazing thoughtPage Scan
125We in the sacred volume findPage Scan
126'Tis not of him that [who] weeps and praysPage Scan
127Lo what a glorious sight appearsPage Scan
128Let every soul awakePage Scan
129How weak are mortals and how vainPage Scan
130Since in the present dayPage Scan
131Since all the scriptures plainly showPage Scan
132What blush of beauties man beholdsPage Scan
134What though this truth we all confessPage Scan
134bGrateful songs and anthems bringPage Scan
135Now begin the heavenly themePage Scan
136How many Christians think and sayPage Scan
138Faith is the brightest evidencePage Scan
139Hail, thou once despised JesusPage Scan
139bAnd is the gospel peace and lovePage Scan
140Into discussion let us bringPage Scan
142As God, the author of our racePage Scan
143Now shall our tongues with rapture tellPage Scan
144If there were not a Christ for mePage Scan
145Cease here longer to detain mePage Scan
147When we remember we must diePage Scan
148Death, thou art welcome to my arms Attended by a thousand charmsPage Scan
149This is among our Lord's commandsPage Scan
150Is it the voice of God we hearPage Scan
151If our salvation is by gracePage Scan
152Bold is the man, who dares to cursePage Scan
153If faith in Christ, the Son of GodPage Scan
154Sons of Adam, why despairPage Scan
154bAs flesh and blood inherit notPage Scan
155Dear brother, through this very dayPage Scan
156This view of God have Christians givenPage Scan
157Hark, 'tis our heavenly Leader's voice From his triumphant seatPage Scan
158No power have mortals to conceive
159The joyful, happy day appearsPage Scan
159bHow vain the joys of time and sensePage Scan
161Jesus Christ is risen today, Our triumphantPage Scan
161bDeath, thou destroyer of our racePage Scan
163Why sinks my weak desponding mindPage Scan
163bAll liars shall their portion havePage Scan
165How can a heaven taught soul believePage Scan
166Good works that have their proper placePage Scan
167Go, saith the Lord to Moses, goPage Scan
168Behold the morning sunPage Scan
169When Moses got on Pisgah's topPage Scan
170My God, how endless [lasting] is thy lovePage Scan
171The sting of death is sin
171bWhen men offend the Law they knowPage Scan
173Christ Jesus whom the Father gavePage Scan
174Except a man be born againPage Scan
175He that is born of GodPage Scan
175bJesus Christ, my soul believesPage Scan
177Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powersPage Scan
178The man enlightened from on highPage Scan
179Thy life I read, my dearest [blessed] [gracious)],LordPage Scan
180Goodness consists in doing goodPage Scan
180bWhy do we murmur and repinePage Scan
181Sin is the common enemyPage Scan
182With joy we meditate the [thy] gracePage Scan
183Could I of all perfection boastPage Scan
184Jesus, we bless thy Father's namePage Scan
185Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
186Come, though we can truly singPage Scan
187Great God, the nations of the earth Are by creation thinePage Scan
188Go search the fields of nature throughPage Scan
189As showers on meadows newly mownPage Scan
190How beauteous are their [his] feetPage Scan
191There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
192Raise your triumphant songsPage Scan
193Jehovah hath a certain aimPage Scan
194We read that God is lovePage Scan
194bHath not the potter power and skillPage Scan
196We bless thee, Lord, thou ever justPage Scan
197Come, let us take a sharp surveyPage Scan
198Lord, what a rage thy foes are inPage Scan
199Come, let us join in sacred songsPage Scan
199bNow God I see in every thingPage Scan
200Not only of the Jew is Christ the living headPage Scan
201Come, pharisee and hypocritePage Scan
202Mortals, by faith this very day Behold the Lamb of GodPage Scan
203No peace my starving soul can findPage Scan
204O is my heart of marble madePage Scan
205God hath in Zion laidPage Scan
205bFrom worship now thy church dismissPage Scan
206Why all this speed, ye pilgrims sayPage Scan
207When God almighty, wise and justPage Scan
208What is this within me burningPage Scan
209Now faith and hope abidePage Scan
210When Jesus to the earth shall comePage Scan

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