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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106Lord, when I hear thy children talkPage Scan
107Brethren, why toil ye thus for toysPage Scan
108What makes mistaken men afraidPage Scan
109Ye souls that are weakPage Scan
110Jesus, when on the bloody treePage Scan
111Whatever prompts the soul to pridePage Scan
112When is it Christians all agreePage Scan
113Lord, pity outcasts vile and basePage Scan
114The king of heaven a feast has madePage Scan
115This is the day the Lord has madePage Scan
116Glory to God on highPage Scan
117Father of heav'n, almighty KingPage Scan
118Lord, who can hear of all thy woePage Scan
119The blest memorials of thy griefPage Scan
120Join ev'ry tongue to singPage Scan
121Hail, thou Bridegroom bruis'd to death!Page Scan
122Oh! that our flinty hearts would meltPage Scan
123When thro' the desert vastPage Scan
124Lord, send thy Spirit downPage Scan
125Pity a helpless sinner, LordPage Scan
126The tender mercies of the LordPage Scan
127When Jesus undertookPage Scan
128That doleful night before his deathPage Scan
129Jesus, once for sinners slainPage Scan
130The God, that first us chosePage Scan
131Once more we come before our GodPage Scan
132Happy the men that fear the LordPage Scan
133The men that fear the LordPage Scan
134Thy mercy, Lord, we praisePage Scan
135Christ is the eternal RockPage Scan
136While heavenly hosts their anthems singPage Scan
137Gird thy loins up, Christian soldierPage Scan
138Deep in a cold a joyless cellPage Scan
139See from the dungeon of the deadPage Scan
140Believer, lift thy drooping headPage Scan
141Christians, dismiss your fearPage Scan
142Now for a theme of thankful praisePage Scan
143Jesus, our triumphant headPage Scan
144Faith's a convincing proofPage Scan
145Lord, hear a restless wretch's groansPage Scan
146When pining sickness wastes the framePage Scan
147Ye sons of men, the warning takePage Scan
148Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbearPage Scan
149Ye bold blaspheming soulsPage Scan
150The spirits of the justPage Scan
151Sons of God by blest adoptionPage Scan
152Christians, view this solemn scenePage Scan
153Fountain of life, who gav'st us breathPage Scan
154The praise of Christ, ye Christians, soundPage Scan
155Pleas'd we read, in sacred storyPage Scan
156Awake, ye sleeping souls, awakePage Scan
157Behold! with awful pompPage Scan
158Sinner, that slumb'rest on the brinkPage Scan
159Ye souls that trust in Christ rejoicePage Scan
160In vain men talk of living faithPage Scan
161When filthy passions or unjustPage Scan
162Vain man, to boast forbearPage Scan
163What various ways do men inventPage Scan
164Repentance is a gift bestow'dPage Scan
165Jesus, Lord of life and peacePage Scan
166God is a high and holy GodPage Scan
167Oh! for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
168We sing thy praise, exalted LambPage Scan
169Come raise your thankful voicePage Scan
170Backsliding souls, return to GodPage Scan
171Deserters to the camp returnPage Scan
172From pois'nous errors, pleasing cheatsPage Scan
173Father of heav'n, we thee addressPage Scan
174Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordPage Scan
175Once more, before we partPage Scan
176Lord, help us on thy word to feedPage Scan
177Guardian of the helpless sheepPage Scan
178Father, ere we hence departPage Scan
D1O praise the Lord, ye heav'nly hostPage Scan
D2To the great Godhead, Father, SonPage Scan
D3With all the heav'nly hostPage Scan
D4Give glory to GodPage Scan
D5Glory to th' Eternal bePage Scan
D6We laud thy name, Almighty LordPage Scan

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