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Hymns: selected and original, for public and private worship (60th ed., 1st rev. ed.)

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601When verdure clothes [robes] the fertile valePage Scan
602Behold, long wished for spring is herePage Scan
603To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] LordPage Scan
604The spring great God at thy commandPage Scan
605Great God, as seasons disappearPage Scan
606Stern winter throws his [her] [its] icy chainsPage Scan
607Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
608God of our lives [life] thy constant carePage Scan
609God of my life, to thee belong [belongs]Page Scan
610The Lord of earth and sky, The God of ages praisePage Scan
611Once more my eyes behold the dayPage Scan
612My God, how endless [lasting] is thy lovePage Scan
613God of the morning, at whose [thy] voicePage Scan
614Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
615Hosanna, with a cheerful soundPage Scan
616Lord of my life, O may thy praisePage Scan
617In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
618See how the morning [mounting] [rising] sunPage Scan
619Great God, my early vows to theePage Scan
620To thee, let my [our] first offering [offerings] risePage Scan
621Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
622We lift our hearts to thee, O [Our] [Thou] Day-StarPage Scan
623Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
624Another six days' work is donePage Scan
625Our Sabbaths come so welcome onPage Scan
626On this sweet morn my Lord arosePage Scan
627Come dearest Lord, and feed thy sheepPage Scan
628Safely through another weekPage Scan
629Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me onPage Scan
630Another fleeting day has gonePage Scan
631Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
632Omnipresent God, whose aid no one ever asked in vainPage Scan
633O Lord, another day [week] has [is] flownPage Scan
634Indulgent Father, by whose carePage Scan
635The day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
636What if death my sleep invadePage Scan
637Now from the altar of my heart [our hearts]Page Scan
638When, O dear Jesus, when shall I [we]Page Scan
639Lord, how delightful 'tis to see A whole assembly worship theePage Scan
640Dread Sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
641'Twas in the watches of the nightPage Scan
642Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
643God of my life, to thee my cheerful soulPage Scan
644I mine Ebenezer raisePage Scan
645Since Jesus freely [purely] did appearPage Scan
646With grateful hearts and tuneful laysPage Scan
647Kindred in Christ, for his dear [name's] sakePage Scan
648Peace be on this house bestowedPage Scan
649And let our bodies partPage Scan
650Lord, when together here we meetPage Scan
651For a season called to partPage Scan
652Happy is he, whose early years [days]Page Scan
653Now in the heat [flush] of youthful bloodPage Scan
654Dear Savior, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
655Behold, O Isr'l's God, from thine exalted thronePage Scan
656My flying years, time urges onPage Scan
657Thou God of sovereign gracePage Scan
658Great God, now condescendPage Scan
659Now, Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
660I and my house will serve the Lord, But first obedient to his wordPage Scan
661O what stupendous mercy shinesPage Scan
662Yes, there are joys that cannot diePage Scan
663The gold and silver are the Lord'sPage Scan
664When Jesus dwelt in mortal clayPage Scan
665Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy gracePage Scan
666Blest is the man whose heart expandsPage Scan
667Now let our hearts conspire to raisePage Scan
668Great God, accept our songs of praisePage Scan
669O what a pleasure 'tis to see Christians in harmony agreePage Scan
670Once more we keep the sacred day That saw the Savior risePage Scan
671Lord, in the days of youth May we in grace improvePage Scan
672Lord, I am pained; but I resign My body to thy willPage Scan
673When mortal man resigns his breathPage Scan
674God of my life, look gently downPage Scan
675Just o'er the grave I hungPage Scan
676'Tis hard to part from those we lovePage Scan
677My soul, the awful hour will come, Apace itPage Scan
678How vast is the tribute I owePage Scan
679Firm was my health, my day was brightPage Scan
680I love the Lord, he heard my criesPage Scan
681When sickness shakes the [languid] framePage Scan
682My God, thy service well demandsPage Scan
683When languor and disease invadePage Scan
684In the floods of tribulationPage Scan
685Praise, happy land, Jehovah's namePage Scan
686In vain opposing nations rage If God with us abidePage Scan
687God, to correct a [the] guilty worldPage Scan
688On thee, great Ruler of the skiesPage Scan
689While justice waves her vengeful handPage Scan
690While o'er our guilty land, O LordPage Scan
691See, gracious God [Lord], before thy thronePage Scan
692O may the power which melts the rockPage Scan
693Peace, the welcome sound proclaimPage Scan
694The Lord among the mighty standsPage Scan
695Absurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
696When bending o'er the brink of life [death]Page Scan
697Where are the dead, in heaven or hellPage Scan
698O where shall rest be foundPage Scan
699Oft as the bell, with solemn toll, Speaks the departure of a soulPage Scan
700Whence has the world her magic powerPage Scan

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