Dupuy's Hymns and Spiritual Songs (Rev. corr. and enl.)

Editor: Starke Dupuy, Rev. J. M. Peck
Publisher: John P. Morton & Co., Louisville, 1843
Language: English
Notes: Spiritual Songs are numbered separately (S). Hymns in the appendix have Roman numerals.
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99Thou sacred spirit, heavenly dovePage Scan
100Eternal God, now smile on thosePage Scan
101Welcome, ye well-belov'd of GodPage Scan
102Now, while the Gospel net is castPage Scan
103Now, Lord, inspire the preacher's heartPage Scan
104Once more we come before our GodPage Scan
105The heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
106Great God, indulge my humble claimPage Scan
107Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gonePage Scan
108Thy promise, Lord, and thy commandPage Scan
109Life is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
110Come, holy Spririt, heavenly DovePage Scan
111Thee we adore, eternal Word!Page Scan
112Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
113Love divine, how sweet the soundPage Scan
114Did Christ o'er sinner's weepPage Scan
115Thou, who for sinners once wast slainPage Scan
116Dearest Saviour, help thy servantPage Scan
117Who can describe the joys that risePage Scan
118Blest are the souls that hear and knowPage Scan
119Almighty Maker, GodPage Scan
120How oft have sin and Satan strovePage Scan
121Jesus! in thy transporting namePage Scan
122Hungry, and faint, and poorPage Scan
123Assist thy servant, LordPage Scan
124This life's a dream, an empty showPage Scan
125My rising soul, with strong desiresPage Scan
126Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
127Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound)Page Scan
128Dismiss us with Thy blessing, LordPage Scan
129Once more before we partPage Scan
130Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
131Come, all harmonious tonguesPage Scan
132Saviour of men, and Lord of lovePage Scan
133So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
134Thanks for mercies past receivePage Scan
135Now brethren, ere we partPage Scan
136Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
137Let God the Father, and the SonPage Scan
138Our Father God adorePage Scan
139To God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
140To praise the Father and the SonPage Scan
141Hail, Father! hail, eternal Son!Page Scan
142The Lord will happiness divine Page Scan
143My God, how perfect are thy waysPage Scan
144Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
145And must I part with all I havePage Scan
146My sorrows, like a floodPage Scan
147I ask;d the Lord that I might growPage Scan
148Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
149Awake, my soul, in joyous laysPage Scan
150I want a heart to prayPage Scan
151I would, but cannot, singPage Scan
152Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
153Oh! for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
154O that I knew the secret placePage Scan
155How happy is the Christian's state!Page Scan
156'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
157With melting heart, and weeping eyesPage Scan
158Come, ye that fear the LordPage Scan
159None is like Jeshurun's God!Page Scan
160Astonish'd and distress'dPage Scan
161Strange that so much of heaven and hellPage Scan
162How sad and awful's my state!Page Scan
163With tears of anguish I lamentPage Scan
164We are a garden wall'd aroundPage Scan
165Happy the church, thou sacred placePage Scan
166How firm, how blissful is the placePage Scan
167How charming is the placePage Scan
168How pleasant, how divinely fairPage Scan
169Come, tell us your troubles, ye saint of the LordPage Scan
170Come in, ye blessed of our GodPage Scan
171Thus was the Great Redeemer plung'dPage Scan
172Jesus, mighty King in ZionPage Scan
173The Great Redeemer we adorePage Scan
174In Jordan's tide the Baptist standsPage Scan
175Humble souls, who seek salvationPage Scan
176Go teach the nations, and baptisePage Scan
177Great God! we in thy courts appearPage Scan
178aOf Jesus Christ I'm not asham'dPage Scan
178bWithin thy house, O Lord, our GodPage Scan
178cTo Jesus now my youthful heartPage Scan
179Now, to this place I'm come to-dayPage Scan
180Do we not know that solemn wordPage Scan
181Gaze on, spectators, and beholdPage Scan
182O glorious God of gracePage Scan
183Repent, and be baptiz'dPage Scan
184Whate'er to thee, our Lord, belongsPage Scan
185The glorious Son of GodPage Scan
186What lovely band is this I seePage Scan
187'Twas on that dark, that doleful nightPage Scan
188How condescending, and how kindPage Scan
189Lord, at thy table I beholdPage Scan
190Here at thy table, Lord, we meetPage Scan
191Let all our tongues be onePage Scan
192So fair a face bedew'd with tearsPage Scan
193And did the holy and the justPage Scan
194The King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
195To our Redeemer's glorious namePage Scan
196Jesus invites his saintsPage Scan

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