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Hymns: composed on various subjects (4th ed., Rev. and Corr.)

Author: J. Hart
Publisher: Printed and for sale by Griffin & Weld, Brunswick, (Me.), 1822
Language: English
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1Come all ye chosen saints of GodPage Scan
2Lord, what a riddle is my soul!Page Scan
3If unbelief's that sin accurstPage Scan
4Come, Holy Spirit, comePage Scan
5Blest Spirit of truth, eternal GodPage Scan
6A Man there is, a real ManPage Scan
7How can ye hope, deluded soulsPage Scan
9The Holy Ghost in Scripture saithPage Scan
10My God, when I reflectPage Scan
11Jesus is the chiefest goodPage Scan
12Come, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
13How blest is the seasonPage Scan
14Let us all with grateful praisesPage Scan
15The souls that would to Jesus pressPage Scan
16Once more the constant sunPage Scan
17Lamb of God, we fall before thePage Scan
18Oh! the pangs by Christians feltPage Scan
19Tho' strait be the wayPage Scan
20And must it, Lord be so?Page Scan
21When we pray, or when we singPage Scan
22How wondrous are the works of GodPage Scan
23In all our worst afflictionsPage Scan
24Brethren, let us praise our LordPage Scan
25Come, my soul, and let us tryPage Scan
26What slavish fears molest my mindPage Scan
27Wide is the gate of deathPage Scan
28Descend from heaven, celestial dovePage Scan
29How strange is the course that a Christian must steer?Page Scan
30Come hither, ye that fear the LordPage Scan
31God thus commanded Jacob's seedPage Scan
32The Lord who made both heav'n and earthPage Scan
34Oh! what a sad and doleful nightPage Scan
35That day when Christ was crucifiedPage Scan
36Come, poor sinners, come awayPage Scan
37The sinner that by precious faithPage Scan
38When Adam by transgression fellPage Scan
39Come ye humble sinnertrainPage Scan
40O ye sons of men be wisePage Scan
41Much we talk of Jesus' bloodPage Scan
42Brethren, would you know your stayPage Scan
43Lord, when thy Spir't descends to shewPage Scan
45The soul that with sincere desiresPage Scan
46To comprehend the great Three-OnePage Scan
48The moon and stars shall lose their lightPage Scan
49When deaf to ev'ry warning giv'nPage Scan
50Faith in the bleeding LambPage Scan
51Mercy is welcome news indeedPage Scan
52Kind souls, who for the mis'ries moanPage Scan
53Whoe'er believes arightPage Scan
54Jesus is our God and SaviourPage Scan
55Come, ye Christians, sing the praisesPage Scan
56Let us ask the important questionsPage Scan
57If dust and ashes might presumePage Scan
58Innumerable foes attack the child of GodPage Scan
59When Aaron in the holiest placePage Scan
60Mighty enemies withoutPage Scan
62Come hither ye that fain would knowPage Scan
63Now from the garden to the crossPage Scan
64Faith in Jesus can repelPage Scan
65Man, bewail thy situationPage Scan
66As when a child secure of harmsPage Scan
67Ye tempted souls, reflectPage Scan
68Now for a wondrous songPage Scan
69Bless the Lord, my soul, and raisePage Scan
70No prophet, nor dreamer of dreamsPage Scan
71Lord, we lie before thy feetPage Scan
72Jesus, while he dwelt belowPage Scan
73The things on earth which men esteemPage Scan
74Believers own they are but blindPage Scan
75When Noah, with his favor'd fewPage Scan
76He that believeth Christ, the LordPage Scan
77Mistaken men may bawlPage Scan
78Ye lambs of Christ's foldPage Scan
79Of all the creatures God has madePage Scan
80Ye children of GodPage Scan
81How hard and rugged is the wayPage Scan
82If ever it could come to passPage Scan
83The fountain of ChristPage Scan
84Gracious God, thy children keepPage Scan
85The sinner that truly believesTextPage Scan
86Brethren, those who come to blissPage Scan
87A form of words, tho'e'er so soundPage Scan
88Christ is the friend of sinnersPage Scan
89What tongue can fully tellPage Scan
90Come, ye backsliding sons of GodPage Scan
91I am, saith Christ, the wayPage Scan
92My brethren, why these anxious fearsPage Scan
93Lord, look on all assembled herePage Scan
94When I, by faith, my Maker seePage Scan
95Is then the law of God untruePage Scan
96The God I trustPage Scan
97Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
98When Jesus with his mighty lovePage Scan
99How high a priv'lege 'tis to knowPage Scan
100Blessed are they whose guilt is gonePage Scan
101Thus saith the Lord to those that standPage Scan
102To you who stand in Christ so fastPage Scan
103How sore a plague is sinPage Scan
104Tho' void of all that's goodPage Scan
105Whene'er I make some sudden stopPage Scan

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