Hymns: composed by different authors, by order of the General Convention of Universalists of the New-England States and Others. Adapted to public and private devotion

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201We are the offspring of our GodPage Scan
202Is man more just than God?Page Scan
203Sin, like a cruel tyrant, reignsPage Scan
204This world, how full of labor 'tis!Page Scan
205All earthly pleasures I'll forsakePage Scan
206Behold, what poor imperfect thingsPage Scan
207Go search the fields of nature throughPage Scan
208How vain are earthly things!Page Scan
209Lord, what a stupid worm is man!Page Scan
210My soul remember wisdom's roadPage Scan
211What horrors seize my soul!Page Scan
212Adieu! all earthly things!Page Scan
213Let not my heart, O God, be plac'dPage Scan
214The best delights this world can givePage Scan
215[115]How transient and how vainPage Scan
216The wicked are a troubled seaPage Scan
217When I behold th'effects of sinPage Scan
218How can my soul indiff'rent bePage Scan
219Sin! O that monster of the deep!Page Scan
220Why all this speed, ye Pilgrims say?Page Scan
221No peace my starving soul can findPage Scan
222O, is my heart of marble made?Page Scan
223How sweet is the union of soulsPage Scan
224[223]How charming is the graceful sightPage Scan
225How good, how pleasant 'tis to seePage Scan
226How pleasant is the sightPage Scan
227Lo! what a pleasant sightPage Scan
228Had I the tongues of menPage Scan
229Let others boast how good they bePage Scan
230How many blessings we receivePage Scan
231Why do not saints an union form?Page Scan
232Come, brothers, sisters, allPage Scan
233How pleasing is the lovely sight!Page Scan
234How happy is the groundPage Scan
235Where no benevolence is foundPage Scan
236Th' increasing joys, O who can tell!Page Scan
237Behold on Zion's heav'nly shorePage Scan
238Behold! the visions brighter growPage Scan
239How glorious was the vision brightPage Scan
240Joy to the world below!Page Scan
241My thoughts on heav'nly subjects rollPage Scan
242Who dare attempt to singPage Scan
243Hark! hear the Savior's callPage Scan
244Grace, 'tis a sweet, a charming themePage Scan
245The winter of the law is gonePage Scan
246In songs of highest praisePage Scan
247Behold the prodigal return!Page Scan
248Come, all ye saints, who love the LordPage Scan
249Come, join in sacred songsPage Scan
250I sing the joys of Heav'nPage Scan
251See, from the ark, the mystic dovePage Scan
252Bear me, ye spirits of the blestPage Scan
253Salvation! O the darling theme!Page Scan
254I'd bid my carnal joys farewellPage Scan
255O could I stretch my thoughts abovePage Scan
256[126]Come, sinners dry your tearsPage Scan
257O God, how holy, just and purePage Scan
258The Lord is good and kindPage Scan
259O could I strike some heav'nly stringsPage Scan
260Could I but raise my notes as highPage Scan
261Be still, ye blust'ring windsPage Scan
262O, could I sing an equal songPage Scan
263Let these dear friends who mourn their lossPage Scan
264The times and seasons God ordain'dPage Scan
265Like grass of earth our bodies arePage Scan
266Far better 'tis to goPage Scan
267The solemn facts, which nature speaksPage Scan
268My soul, call home each wand'ring tho'tPage Scan
269So human nature, one and allPage Scan
270Weep not, my friends, O weep no morePage Scan
271Behold the sad impending stroke!Page Scan
272Death, like a cruel tyrant, reignsPage Scan
273From cruel death no age is freePage Scan
274How oft the tender bloom of MayPage Scan
275Why should we mourn departing friendsPage Scan
276Rivers of grief and sorrows flowPage Scan
277Time's empty vapors, O, how vain!Page Scan
278Farewell! a sad and long farewellPage Scan
279To you that mourn in deep distressPage Scan
280I mourn when friends from me departPage Scan
281You who lament the lossPage Scan
282Come, let us join in worship truePage Scan
283Now multitudes assembled arePage Scan
284Dear Lord, behold thy servants herePage Scan
285As we are met from various partsPage Scan
286Now let us join to praise the LordPage Scan
287Dear Lord, behold thy children here!Page Scan
288From God th' immortal spirit camePage Scan
289Into thy temple, Lord, descendPage Scan
290Accept this house, O LordPage Scan
291The male and female, in the LordPage Scan
292When God at first did man createPage Scan
293The ardent spouse has found his bridePage Scan
294Rising from the bead of slumberPage Scan
295Now the day is far advancedPage Scan
296With joy we hail the morning lightPage Scan
297Blest be thy name my God and KingPage Scan
298Now shalt thou hear, my Lord, my GodPage Scan
299Now philomel attunes her songPage Scan
300Now the day is past and gonePage Scan

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