Hymns from the Land of Luther, Translated from the German

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Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph, New York, N.Y., 1866
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d1A gentle angel walketh throughout a world of woe
d2A little while, so spake our gracious Lord
d3A pilgrim and a stranger, I journey here below
d4Ah, Christian, if the needy poor
d5Ah, grieve not so, nor so lament
d6Ah this heart is void and chill
d7All things are yours, O sweet message of mercy divine
d8Arise, ye lingering saints, arise
d9As thou wilt, my God, I ever say
d10At last all shall be well with those
d11Be still, my soul, the Lord is on thy side
d12Be thou my Friend, and look upon my heart
d13Behold me here, in grief draw near
d14Beloved and honored, fare thee well
d15Christ's path was sad and lowly
d16Come, brothers, let us onward
d17Come forth, come on with solemn song
d18Dark mighty ocean, rolling to our feet
d19Darkness reigns, the hum of life's commotion
d20Depart, my child, the Lord thy spirit calls
d21Flow, my [contrite] tears, flow [still] faster
d22God calling yet, and I not yet arising
d23Hallelujah, fairest morning
d24Hallelujah, I believe, Now the giddy world stands
d25Hear me, my friends, the hour has come
d26Here is my heart, my God, I give it thee
d27How blessed, from the bonds of sin
d28How weary and how worthless this life
d29I have had my days of blessing
d30I journey forth rejoicing
d31I know a sweet and silent spot
d32I rest with thee, Lord
d33I will love thee, all my treasure
d34If only He is mine
d35Jesus' hour is not yet come
d36Jesus still lead on
d37Jesus, sun of righteousness
d38Jesus, what was that which drew thee
d39Lord our God, in reverence lowly
d40Lord, remove the veil away
d41Lord, the waves are breaking o'er me
d42Meet again, yes, we shall meet again
d43My Father is the mighty Lord
d44My God, I know that I must die
d45My God with me in every place
d46My Jesus [Father] [Savior], as thou wilt
d47Never couldst thou bear to grieve us
d48O happy house where thou art loved the best
d49O how blessed are ye saints forgiven
d50O Silent Lamb, for me thou hast endured
d51O sweet home echo on the pilgrim's way
d52O sweetest words that Jesus could have sought
d53Once a merchant traveled far and wide
d54Our beloved have departed
d55Praise to Jehovah, the almighty King of creation
d56Quietly rest the woods and dales
d57Rejoice, all ye believers
d58Remember me, my God, remember me
d59Return, return, poor, long lost wanderer home
d60Round this earth, and round her children
d61Smiling, a bright eyed seraph bent
d62Sun of comfort, art thou fled forever
d63The Christian's badge of honor here
d64The Lord shall come in dead of night
d65This life is like a flying dream
d66Thou shalt rise, my dust, thou shalt arise
d67Thus said the Lord, thy days of health are over
d68Tremble not, though darkly gather
d69We praise and bless thee, gracious Lord
d70Weary, waiting to depart
d71Weep not, Jesus lives on high
d72What God decrees, child of his love
d73What mean ye by this wailing
d74What no human eye hath seen
d75What shall I be, my Lord, when I behold thee
d76Whither, O whither, with blindfolded eyes
d77Will that not joyful be
d78Yes, our Shepherd leads with gentle hand
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