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Hymns and Spiritual Songs

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d1After our Savior was baptized
d2Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d3All ye who bear the Christian name
d4Amazing is thy mercies Lord
d5And are you here distrest [distressed]
d6And glorious angels do rejoice
d7And now all ye who have received
d8Angels and men, your songs renew
d9Awake my heart, arise my tongue
d10Behold the boasting Pharisee
d11Behold the king of glory sits
d12Behold the Savior of the world
d13Behold the wretch whose lust and wine
d14Cheer up, dear souls, not let a cloud
d15Cheer up, ye mourning friends
d16Come all that fear the Lord,, Come, all that love his name
d17Come, brethren, let us sleep no more
d18Come, let us adore the dear slaughtered Lamb
d19Come let us all, where [who] here have seen, and tasted of our Savior's grace
d20Come, let us bless the glorious name
d21Come, let us go and die with him, Who was content to die for us
d22Come, let us join a joyful tune To our exalted Lord
d23Come let us lift our voices high, High as our joys arise
d24Come, lowly souls, that mourn
d25Come sinners attend and make no delay
d26Dear Jesus, here comes, And knocks at Thy door
d27Eternal Father, how divine
d28Father, we wait to feel thy grace
d29From supper to Gethsemane
d30Glory to God on high, Good will to men below
d31Gracious Redeemer, how divine
d32Hail, happy pilgrims, whence came ye
d33Happy are they our Lord has chose
d34Hast thou, my soul, thy Savior viewed
d35Here, O ye saints, behold the price
d36How are thy glories here displayed
d37How condescending, and how kind
d38How glorious is this holy place
d39How many miracles of love
d40How rich are thy provisions, Lord
d41How sweet and awful [holy] [sacred] is the place
d42How sweet, how charming is the place
d43I AM that I AM, saith Christ the dear Lamb
d44Immortal praise be given
d45In grateful hymns, ye saints, display
d46In such a grave as this
d47Jehovah, we in hymns of praise
d48Jesus invites his saints
d49Jesus is gone above the skies [sky]
d50Jesus, O word divinely sweet
d51Jesus, we bow before thy feet
d52Let all our tongues be one
d53Let all who enters Zion's [Sion's] gate
d54Let all who love our [the] Savior's name
d55Let us adore the eternal word
d56Lo the almighty King of glory
d57Lord, all the works thy hand has formed
d58Lord, could I lift a filial eye
d59Lord, for the favors of this day
d60Lord, hast thou suffered me to see
d61Lord, having broke thy holy law
d62Lord, how divine Thy comforts are
d63Lord, thou hast treated us with true and living bread
d64Lord, we adore thy bounteous hand
d65Lord, we approach thy throne
d66Lord, when together here we meet
d67My blessed Savior, is thy love
d68My soul, let all thy nobler powers
d69Nature with all her powers shall sing
d70Nature with open volume stands
d71Now have our hearts embraced our God
d72Now is the time, O lovely youth
d73Now let our pains be all forgot
d74Now, Lord, another of thy days I have on earth enjoyed
d75Now, Lord, though we must part awhile
d76Now see the Publican opprest [oppressed]
d77O blest Redeemer, in thy side
d78O Lord, how shall we frame a song
d79O Lord, thou dost a broken heart
d80O sinners, attend Whilst here I relate
d81Once more behold the sable shade
d82Others may tell of famous things
d83Our Lord a banquet has prepared
d84Our Lord, when clothed with mortal flesh
d85Our spirits join to adore [praise] the Lamb
d86Repentance is wrought in my soul
d87Salvation, O the joyful sound
d88See in what grave our Savior lay
d89Sing Hallelujah to our King
d90Sitting around our Father's [the Savior's] board
d91That doleful night, when our dear Lord
d92The God of grace to human race
d93The great Redeemer we adore
d94The memory of our dying Lord
d95The promise of my father's love
d96The sacred body of our Lord
d97The sun of righteousness has shined
d98Think, wordling, think, alas, how vain
d99Thou art all love, my dearest Lord
d100Thou hast overcome, Lord

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