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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301Give thanks to God for he is goodPage Scan
302The Lord our God is goodPage Scan
303Come, let us join in grateful songsPage Scan
304When autumn brings her golden storePage Scan
305Kind providence to us impartsPage Scan
306Now to the Lord, O let us raisePage Scan
307Lord bless Columbia's happy landPage Scan
308Ye sons of Columbia, adorePage Scan
309What wonders hath Jehovah wroughtPage Scan
310The Lord our God, our heav'nly KingPage Scan
311The winter months are past awayPage Scan
312This is the fast the Lord would chusePage Scan
313The hypocrites do often fastPage Scan
314When thou dost fast thou shalt not bePage Scan
315The hypocrite doth fast, With a dejected facePage Scan
316In Zion let the trumpet blowPage Scan
317All hail, the matchless pow'r divinePage Scan
318Ye are God's building, saith the wordPage Scan
319[219]On holy mount Moriah seePage Scan
320Lo! see the brilliant temple risePage Scan
321Ere time commenc'd, a darksome nightPage Scan
322Various systems men have form'dPage Scan
323The Jews had eyes, and yet were blindPage Scan
324And why do Christians thus contendPage Scan
325Why do Pharisees complainPage Scan
326Had Jesus taught the ancient JewsPage Scan
327My foes declare with awful frownPage Scan
328Where myst'ries are in scripture foundPage Scan
329Of old, how were the sons of menPage Scan
330Thus saith the great and mighty GodPage Scan
331Thus saith the mighty GodPage Scan
332No sacrifice of costly namePage Scan
333Who will regret that Christ should havePage Scan
334Let party names alonePage Scan
335As ancient bigots disagreePage Scan
336Lord, what a rage thy foes are in!Page Scan
337[237]Now Baal's prophets cry aloudPage Scan
338That some should perish, God ordainsPage Scan
339By men conditions are propos'dPage Scan
340But few of all the human racePage Scan
341When strangers meet me on the wayPage Scan
342Will they who love the Lord repinePage Scan
343Dear Shepherd didst thou liePage Scan
344I bid farewell to written creedsPage Scan
345O could the scales fall from our eyesPage Scan
346O cease, my soul, the search give o'erPage Scan
347[322]From worldly noise I would retirePage Scan
348Behold, on Zion's mystic wallsPage Scan
349Lo, from the mountains of the lawPage Scan
350What is this within me burning?Page Scan
352When by faith I see my SaviorPage Scan
353Why is my heart so cold?Page Scan
354I long my Savior's grace to seePage Scan
355Come all ye lovely youthPage Scan
356Come, all ye tender lovely youthPage Scan
357Ye aged fathers, mothers dearPage Scan
358By faith may Jesus dwellPage Scan
359Come, pleasant youth, your voices raisePage Scan
360How fast time's holy moments run!Page Scan
361When will the eyelids of that mornPage Scan
362My soul is fainting fastPage Scan
363Must christians pray for nought?Page Scan
364[366]May we thine armor, Lord, put onPage Scan
365Grant unto us a visit, dearest LordPage Scan
366Lord, from thy holy hill descendPage Scan
367Our Father, God, in heav'n abovePage Scan
368O Lord of Hosts! All Gracious God!Page Scan
369Is not thy promise pledg'dPage Scan
370Thou Great First Cause! least understoodPage Scan
371O Lord we bow before thy thronePage Scan
372O God of grace, before thy thronePage Scan
373In thine own house, O Lord, we meetPage Scan
374In union let our voices joinPage Scan
375Now God I see in ev'ry thingPage Scan
376Let earth rejoice and nature singPage Scan
377Lo, what enraptur'd songs of praisePage Scan
378Now to the Lord who built the skiesPage Scan
379Join ev'ry heart and ev'ry tonguePage Scan
380A joyful song to GodPage Scan
381Praise ye the Lord, all nature joinPage Scan
382Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
383Worthy the Paschal Lamb!Page Scan
384Let God alone have endless praisePage Scan
385Now to our God let praises risePage Scan
386Now shall my inward joys arisePage Scan
387Now let all nature join to praisePage Scan
388The Lord hath come from hills of lightPage Scan
389No sure foundation can be laidPage Scan
390The Lord who holds the gospel fanPage Scan
391Hark! from the wilderness, and hearPage Scan
392Christ shall descend in flaming firePage Scan
393The day of God shall surely comePage Scan
394Attend and hear the sacred wordPage Scan
395Awake! my soul! away, thy fears!Page Scan
396Shall slavish fear torment my soulPage Scan
397I sing the gospel dayPage Scan
398Blessed are they, in spirit poorPage Scan
399Blessed are they who suffer painPage Scan
400Let the disciple of the LordPage Scan
401The Lord of life was oft accus'dPage Scan

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