Hymn Book for Christian Worship. 8th ed.

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a583Great Source of life, our souls confessPage Scan
a584When sin and sorrow, fear and painPage Scan
a585When Israel, of the Lord belovedPage Scan
a586Lord, I believe a rest remainsPage Scan
a587The swift not always in the racePage Scan
a588How rich the blessings, O my GodPage Scan
a589Almighty God! in humble prayerPage Scan
a590O not by solemn rites alonePage Scan
a591My soul shall praise thee, O my God!Page Scan
a592When musing sorrow weeps the pastPage Scan
a593Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
a594Shine forth, Eternal Source of lightPage Scan
a595O Lord! my best desires fulfilPage Scan
a596In vain the erring world inquiresPage Scan
a597Unite, my roving thoughts, unitePage Scan
a598O Thou, from whom all goodness flowsPage Scan
a599Lord, when I quit this earthly stagePage Scan
a600Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moanPage Scan
a601Up to the hills I lift my eyesPage Scan
a602Come, we that love the LordPage Scan
a603How gentle God's commands!Page Scan
a604Great Lord of earth, and seas, and skiesPage Scan
a605How little of ourselves we knowPage Scan
a606Sing to the Lord, who loud proclaimsPage Scan
a607The heavens invite mine eyePage Scan
a608By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
a609Truly the light of morn is sweetPage Scan
a610In the soft season of thy youthPage Scan
a611O, in the morn of life, when youthPage Scan
a612While yet the youthful spirit bearsPage Scan
a613There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
a614In Israel's fane, by silent nightPage Scan
a615O say not, think not, heavenly notesPage Scan
a616My God, my everlasting hopePage Scan
a617As various as the moonPage Scan
a618Weak and irresolute is manPage Scan
a619O what is life?--'t is like a flower Page Scan
a620I travel all the irksome nightPage Scan
a621Through sorrow's night and danger's pathPage Scan
a622Thus far on life's perplexing pathPage Scan
a623My days, and weeks, and months, and yearsPage Scan
a624Like shadows gliding o'er the plainPage Scan
a625The glories of our birth and statePage Scan
a626To-morrow, Lord, is thinePage Scan
a627God of eternity! from theePage Scan
a628When bending o'er the brink of lifePage Scan
a629Were all our hopes and all our fearsPage Scan
a630Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewellPage Scan
a631Through shades and solitudes profoundPage Scan
a632Affliction's faded form draws nighPage Scan
a633The darkened sky, how thick it lowers!Page Scan
a634Deem not that they are blest alonePage Scan
a635Alas! how poor and little worthPage Scan
a636Beneath our feet and o'er our headPage Scan
a637Awake, ye saints, and raise your eyesPage Scan
a638How swift the torrent rollsPage Scan
a639How blest the righteous when he dies!Page Scan
a640Hear what the voice from heaven proclaimsPage Scan
a641Eternal God! how frail is man!Page Scan
a642Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Page Scan
a643O stay thy tears; for they are blestPage Scan
a644Before the hills in order stoodTextPage Scan
a645Let others boast how strong they be Page Scan
a646I would not live alway: I ask not to stayPage Scan
a647Behold the beauteous western lightPage Scan
a648Why should we start, and fear to die?Page Scan
a649Naked, as from the earth we camePage Scan
a650Thou art gone to the grave; but we will not deplore theePage Scan
a651Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
a652The God of mercy will indulgePage Scan
a653Dark, dark indeed, the grave would bePage Scan
a654Lowly and solemn be Page Scan
a655Clay to clay, and dust to dust!Page Scan
a656Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb!Page Scan
a657Go to the grave in all thy glorious primePage Scan
a658Vital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
a659Brother, thou art gone before usPage Scan
a660Servant of God, well done!Page Scan
a661By glimmering hopes and gloomy fearsPage Scan
a662Let faith arise, and climb the hillsPage Scan
a663There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
a664For ever with the Lord!Page Scan
a665Why should the world's alluring toysPage Scan
a666When all the hours of life are pastPage Scan
a667Friend after friend departsPage Scan
a668What must it be to dwell abovePage Scan
a669When I can read my title clearPage Scan
a670If death my friend and me dividePage Scan
a671When the vale of death appearsPage Scan
a672O God! mine inmost soul convertPage Scan
a673Who are these in bright arrayPage Scan
a674Jerusalem! my glorious home!Page Scan
a675When rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
a676The angel comes; he comes to reapPage Scan
a677That day of wrath, that dreadful dayPage Scan
a678In the broad fields of heavenPage Scan
a679There is a land mine eyes hath seenPage Scan
a680The ocean looketh up to heavenPage Scan
a681Through night to light! And though to mortal eyesPage Scan
a682"Lovest thou me?" I hear my Saviour sayPage Scan

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