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Hymns for the Sick-Room

Editor: Helen Louisa Parmelee
Publisher: A. D. F. Randolph, New York, 1866
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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5And wilt thou now forsake me, Lord?Page Scan
6O! speak of Jesus! other namesPage Scan
7Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
8Pensive, doubting, fearful heartPage Scan
10Thou art my hiding-place, O Lord!Page Scan
11Oh! let our heart and mindPage Scan
12Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
13We love Thee, Lord, because when wePage Scan
14Children of God, who, pacing slowPage Scan
16aBlest Comforter divinePage Scan
16bAfflicted saint, to Christ draw nearPage Scan
17My times are in thy handsPage Scan
18Thy way, O God! is in the seaPage Scan
19Jesus! lover of my soulPage Scan
21"Abide with me," thou gracious GuidePage Scan
22Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
23O thou, whose mercy guides my wayPage Scan
24Your harps, ye trembling saintsPage Scan
26My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
27Wish not, dear friends, my pain awayPage Scan
30Why should a living man complainPage Scan
31There is no pain that I can bearPage Scan
32Jesus, in sickness and in painPage Scan
33How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
34Come, let us join our friends abovePage Scan
35Though hard the winds are blowingPage Scan
36When languor and disease invadePage Scan
38My Jesus, as thou wilt!Page Scan
39Thou Lamb of God, thou Prince of PeacePage Scan
40Why should I murmur or repinePage Scan
41From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
42I sojourn in a vale of tearsPage Scan
43'Tis my happiness belowPage Scan
44Lord, I believe thy every wordPage Scan
45Now let our souls on wings sublimePage Scan
48Thousands, O Lord of hosts! this dayPage Scan
49Thou art the way: to thee alonePage Scan
50We journey through a vale of tearsPage Scan
51God of my life! through all its daysPage Scan
52Almighty father of mankindPage Scan
53Thy will be done, I will not fearPage Scan
54Often, my God! when most I needPage Scan
56Oh! for a faith that will not shrinkPage Scan
57Lord, it belongs not to my carePage Scan
58When this passing world is donePage Scan
59Rock of ages! cleft for me!Page Scan
60Tossed on the billows far and widePage Scan
62Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
63My God, the cov'nant of thy lovePage Scan
64O sacred head! now woundedPage Scan
67Saviour! I can welcome sicknessPage Scan
68"Forever with the Lord!"Page Scan
70O Lord! how happy is the timePage Scan
72Thou who didst stoop belowPage Scan
73When I can trust my all with GodPage Scan
74Christ, of all my hopes the groundPage Scan
75Faith almost changes into sightPage Scan
76Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
77With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
78O thou God who hearest prayerPage Scan
79Are the days of darkness many?Page Scan
80If God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
81O Saviour! whose mercy, severe in its kindnessPage Scan
82Where shall the weary rest?Page Scan
84aWhy should we start, and fear to die?Page Scan
84bGod of my life! to thee I callPage Scan
85Thy will be done! in devious wayPage Scan
86Happy soul, thy days are endedPage Scan
87Thou only centre of my restPage Scan
88Deathless principle, arise!Page Scan
90My God, the spring of all my joysPage Scan
91Oh! for an overcoming faithPage Scan
92There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
93O thou! to whose all-searching sightPage Scan
97With years oppressed, with sorrows tornPage Scan
98Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Page Scan
99For us, the conflict and the toilPage Scan
101"We've no abiding city here"Page Scan
102I'm but a stranger herePage Scan
103God, my supporter and my hopePage Scan
104Rest for the toiling handPage Scan
105Awake, and sing the songPage Scan
106Hope of our hearts, O Lord! appearPage Scan
107Fountain of grace, rich, full, and freePage Scan
108Let me be with thee where thou artPage Scan
109Every moment brings me nearerPage Scan
110When sins and fears prevailing risePage Scan
111Brief life is here our portionPage Scan
112O Lord! my best desire fulfillPage Scan
113There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
116Through sorrow's night and danger's pathPage Scan
117The billows swell; the winds are highPage Scan
118And let this feeble body failPage Scan
120Who are these in bright array?Page Scan
121Approach, my soul, the mercy-seatPage Scan
122Jesus I know hath died for mePage Scan
123Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
124Tarry with me, O my Saviour!Page Scan
125Arise, and come to Jesus!Page Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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