The Harp. 2nd ed.

Editor: J. Pearson
Publisher: American Millennial Association, Boston, Mass., 1860
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a559Jesus! to thy celestial lightPage Scan
a560Jesus, spotless Lamb of GodPage Scan
a561When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
a562Didst thou, dear Saviour, suffer shamePage Scan
a563O Saviour, welcome to my heartPage Scan
a564In vain I search creation o'erPage Scan
a565Eternal Father, God of lovePage Scan
a566Holy and good I own the lawPage Scan
a567Blessèd Jesus, heavenly LambPage Scan
a568Ye earthly vanities, departPage Scan
a569O thou, who hast at thy commandPage Scan
a570Father, into thy hands alonePage Scan
a571Lord, I am thine, entirely thinePage Scan
a572My gracious Lord, I own thy rightPage Scan
a573O love, thy sovereign aid impartPage Scan
a574Watched by the world's malignant eyePage Scan
a575Lord, in the strength of gracePage Scan
a576Humble, and teachable, and mildPage Scan
a577Vain, delusive world, adieuPage Scan
a578How vain are all things here belowPage Scan
a579Master, I own thy lawful claimPage Scan
a580O tell me no morePage Scan
a581Great God, indulge my humble claimPage Scan
a582O happy they who know the LordPage Scan
a583My soul, with humble fervor raisePage Scan
a584Blest is the man who fears the LordPage Scan
a585Sprinkled with reconciling bloodPage Scan
a586Through all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
a587Let me but hear my Saviour sayPage Scan
a588In vain the world's alluring smilePage Scan
a589Had we ten thousand gifts besidePage Scan
a590Who was saved when heaven's vast fountainsPage Scan
a591Jesus, thy blood and righteousnessPage Scan
a592God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
a593My God, permit my tonguePage Scan
a594Power from on high, O God, impartPage Scan
a595"Abba," Father,-- Lord, we call TheePage Scan
a596Ye servants of the LordPage Scan
a597A charge to keep I havePage Scan
a598My soul, be on thy guardPage Scan
a599To wait for that important dayPage Scan
a600Thus far my God hath led me onPage Scan
a601Go to dark GethsemanePage Scan
a602Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's willPage Scan
a603Author of good, to thee we turnPage Scan
a604Lord, my times are in thy handPage Scan
a605Thou boundless Source of every goodPage Scan
a606My God, my Father, while I stray Page Scan
a607Thy will be done! In devious wayPage Scan
a608"Father, thy will, not mine, be done!"Page Scan
a609Father, O hear me now!Page Scan
a610O thou, who driest the mourner's tearPage Scan
a611Thou refuge of my weary soulPage Scan
a612As strangers here belowPage Scan
a613Son of God, thy blessing grantPage Scan
a614In every trying hourPage Scan
a615Wait on the Lord, ye heirs of hopePage Scan
a616Lord, through the dubious paths of lifePage Scan
a617'T is my happiness belowPage Scan
a618God of my life, to thee I callPage Scan
a619Consider all my sorrows, LordPage Scan
a620How tender is thy handPage Scan
a621How sweet on thy bosom to restPage Scan
a622Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
a623As the chased hart, midst sultry beamsPage Scan
a624O God, to thee my sinking soulPage Scan
a625And can my heart aspire so highPage Scan
a626O thou, whose compassionate carePage Scan
a627I'll think upon the woesPage Scan
a628Jesus, my King, proclaims the warPage Scan
a629Awake, my drowsy soul, awakePage Scan
a630O speed thee, Christian, on thy wayPage Scan
a631Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fearsPage Scan
a632God is my strong salvationPage Scan
a633When I can read my title clearPage Scan
a634Arise, ye saints, arise!Page Scan
a635Hark! how the gospel trumpet soundsPage Scan
a636Hark, how the watchmen cry!Page Scan
a637Soldiers of Christ, arisePage Scan
a638Equip me for the warPage Scan
a639Pray, without ceasing, prayPage Scan
a640Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
a641Gird thy loins up, Christian soldierPage Scan
a642Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyesPage Scan
a643Our Captain leads us onPage Scan
a644Oft in sorrow and in woePage Scan
a645Be firm and be faithfulPage Scan
a646Soldiers of the cross, arise!Page Scan
a647Sow in the morn thy seedPage Scan
a648Run, Christian racer, run!Page Scan
a649Work, and thou wilt bless the dayPage Scan
a650Life is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
a651O God, how often hath thine earPage Scan
a652O thou, who all things canst controlPage Scan
a653Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
a654My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so?Page Scan
a655When, O my Saviour, shall it bePage Scan
a656As pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
a657And wilt thou yet be foundPage Scan
a658O that I were as heretoforePage Scan

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