Hymns, Composed by Different Authors, at the Request of the General Convention of Universalists. 2nd ed.

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a96Hark! hear the heavn'ly sound!Page Scan
a97Behold the fountain, crimson flood!Page Scan
a98The God of glory sends his mandate forthPage Scan
a99What glorious tidings do I hearPage Scan
a100Lo! how the holy prophets feelPage Scan
a101Long did our God his plan concealPage Scan
a102God caus'd his light to shinePage Scan
a103God revealed his great salvationPage Scan
a104Hear what a Saviour's voicePage Scan
a105The Lord our shepherd feeds his flockPage Scan
a106Now I'll repine at death no morePage Scan
a107On Zion's heav'nly hills they standPage Scan
a108See Jesus stand with open arms!Page Scan
a109Lo, what a brilliant type, divinePage Scan
a110Hark! a glad voice, from yonder dalePage Scan
a111All earthly lovers, now adieu!Page Scan
a112The rose of Sharon we beholdPage Scan
a113Stay me with flagons, dearest LordPage Scan
a114Rivers from Jesus flowPage Scan
a115Jesus is knocking at the doorPage Scan
a116Now let us here enjoy the signPage Scan
a117Behold the wine! behold the bread!Page Scan
a118Lord, we adore thy bount'ous handPage Scan
a119How vast the love of GodPage Scan
a120Communion with our friends is sweetPage Scan
a121O sinner, turn thine eyesPage Scan
a122What was the wormwood and the gallPage Scan
a123A crown of thorns the Savior worePage Scan
a124The Savior did our sorrows feelPage Scan
a125Behold the man! the Sent of GodPage Scan
a126See on Mount Calvary!Page Scan
a127Come, saints, and drop a tear or twoPage Scan
a128What man of sorrow and of griefPage Scan
a129With sad surprise, I seePage Scan
a130With strange surprise, the cross I viewPage Scan
a131Come, from the wildernessPage Scan
a132Down to the wilderness Of slavery and pridePage Scan
a133The New Jerusalem I seePage Scan
a134May sacred heat inspire my tonguePage Scan
a135The Lord, his boundless love to showPage Scan
a136Arise from thy wilderness statePage Scan
a137Why thus dejected, O my soul!Page Scan
a138Why should I blush to ownPage Scan
a139O, why should cares torment my mind?Page Scan
a140Not here on earth are treasures surePage Scan
a141Behold the love of GodPage Scan
a142Thus saith the house of IsraelPage Scan
a143Behold the mighty GodPage Scan
a144Away desponding thought!Page Scan
a145Can tribulation or distressPage Scan
a146Now let our souls rejoicePage Scan
a147Lord, we will labor in thy causePage Scan
a148Can Wisdom infinite Misjudge, or go astray?Page Scan
a149Why should I doubt thy goodness, LordPage Scan
a150Ten thousand streams of lovePage Scan
a151Glory to God! on highPage Scan
a152Who dare adjudge the sons of menPage Scan
a153Now faith and hope abidePage Scan
a154The heav'nly gem of the sweet contentPage Scan
a155How bright is thy example, LordPage Scan
a156In the example, Jesus gavePage Scan
a157Now on the wings of faith I'll risePage Scan
a158Come, then, O my soul, meditate on that dayPage Scan
a159As when the spirit leaves the clayPage Scan
a160What if some men do not believePage Scan
a161Away! ye sad desponding thoughtsPage Scan
a162Behold the wond'rous grace of God!Page Scan
a163To thee, my Lord, I bowPage Scan
a164Lord, we unite our heartsPage Scan
a165No longer, Lord, do we despisePage Scan
a166The house that's built upon the sandPage Scan
a167Arise, ye saints, and brush your wingsPage Scan
a168The exhortation let us hearPage Scan
a169All things shall work for goodPage Scan
a170Christ crucifi'd we preachPage Scan
a171The word of revelation shinesPage Scan
a172All things in heav'n and in earthPage Scan
a173As all to Christ the Father gavePage Scan
a174To Jesus let us prostrate fallPage Scan
a175Thy children, Lord, perpet'al waitPage Scan
a176Thy children, Lord, whom thou didst makePage Scan
a177The rivers all which glide alongPage Scan
a178The passing streams that flow alongPage Scan
a179All rivers in the earthPage Scan
a180Behold! a spacious river flowsPage Scan
a181Come, all ye tribes of ransom'd menPage Scan
a182Great God! before thou rent the vailPage Scan
a183Dark unbelief, strange arrows flingsPage Scan
a184Awake my drowsy senses allPage Scan
a185If Christ did not possess the pow'rPage Scan
a186When men set out to run a racePage Scan
a187My body under I must keepPage Scan
a188All beings are of GodPage Scan
a189An off'ring Jesus madePage Scan
a190No mortal tongue can tellPage Scan
a191As God, all merciful and kindPage Scan
a192What is the cause of moral death?Page Scan
a193These are the ministers of ChristPage Scan
a194In heav'n, behold the wond'rous sight!Page Scan
a195Another wonder now beholdPage Scan

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