Hymns and Tunes: for Public and Private Worship, and Sunday Schools

Publisher: Mennonite Publishing Company, Elkhart, Ind., 1890
Denomination: Mennonite Church
Language: English
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1I long for God, the living GodBETHLEHEMPage Scan
2My soul! be on thy guardLABANPage Scan
3A charge to keep I haveLABANPage Scan
4When I can read my title clearNINETY-FIFTHPage Scan
5Oh! how happy are theyO HOW HAPPYPage Scan
6We now have met to worship TheeWHITESIDEPage Scan
7Am I a soldier of the crossARLINGTONPage Scan
8Come let us join our souls to GodARLINGTONPage Scan
9Awake my soul! stretch every nerveARLINGTONPage Scan
10Rise, O my soul, pursue the pathARLINGTONPage Scan
11Some day the word will come to meELM STREETPage Scan
12So let our lives and lips expressELM STREETPage Scan
13My dear Redeemer and my LordELM STREETPage Scan
14O when shall I see JesusMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
15Follow the path of JesusBOUND BROOKPage Scan
16Hark the voice of Jesus cryingJOPPAPage Scan
17Must Jesus bear the cross aloneMAITLANDPage Scan
18Before thy face, with lifted handsMY HELPLESSNESSPage Scan
19Deep are the wounds which sin has madeMY HELPLESSNESSPage Scan
20Jesus, thy blood and righteousnessMY HELPLESSNESSPage Scan
21In evil long I took delightDOWNSPage Scan
22There is a fountain filled with bloodCLEANSING FOUNTAINPage Scan
23The morning of the centuriesDAWNPage Scan
24Blessed fountain full of grace!ALETTAPage Scan
25Not all the blood of beastsSTATE STREETPage Scan
26I lay my sins on JesusSTATE STREETPage Scan
27One there is above all othersOVIOPage Scan
28Come in, ye blessèd of the LordHOWARDPage Scan
29Proclaim, saith Christ, my wondrous graceHOWARDPage Scan
30O happy day, that fixed my choiceHAPPY DAYPage Scan
31Ye men and angels! witness nowMARLOWPage Scan
32Angels! from the realms of gloryHAPPY ZIONPage Scan
33Hark! what mean those holy voicesDIXONPage Scan
34Hail the blest morn when the great MediatorZION'S GLAD MORNINGPage Scan
35A pilgrim through this lonely worldPILGRIMPage Scan
36How precious is the book divinePILGRIMPage Scan
37The head that once was crowned with thornsARLINGTONPage Scan
38What a friend we have in JesusWHAT A FRIENDPage Scan
39How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
40"We've no abiding city here"WELTONPage Scan
41Jesus, the spring of joys divineWELTONPage Scan
42God is love, his mercy brightensEFFIEPage Scan
43Cast thy burden on the LordMERCYPage Scan
44Fear not, brethern! joyful standMERCYPage Scan
45And are we yet aliveSANDUSKYPage Scan
46On the mountain's top appearingZIONPage Scan
47Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishCOME, YE DISCONSOLATEPage Scan
48Rock of my strength! to thee my soul is clingingCOME, YE DISCONSOLATEPage Scan
49That doleful night before his deathSOLONPage Scan
50How condescending and how kindSOLONPage Scan
51As children dwelling in their homeARLINGTONPage Scan
52Lamb of God! whose dying loveTURINPage Scan
53Christ in the night he was betrayedFEDERAL STREETPage Scan
54Forever here my rest shall beAZMONPage Scan
55Let us adore the eternal WordAZMONPage Scan
56In memory of the Saviour's loveDOWNSPage Scan
57Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?BALERMAPage Scan
58As on the cross the Saviour hungBALERMAPage Scan
59Behold the Saviour of mankindBALERMAPage Scan
60Saw ye my Saviour? saw ye my Saviour?SAW YE MY SAVIOURPage Scan
61O the agonizing prayerGETHSEMANEPage Scan
62'Tis midnight; and on Olive's browMISSIONARY CHANTPage Scan
63When I survey the wondrous crossMISSIONARY CHANTPage Scan
64Jesus, be endless praise to theeHEBRONPage Scan
65Go to thy rest, fair child!MORNPage Scan
66Lord, what a feeble pieceMORNPage Scan
67And must this body die?MORNPage Scan
68The bosom where I oft have lainHATTIEPage Scan
69In this lone hour of deep distressHATTIEPage Scan
70So fades the lovely, blooming flow'rHATTIEPage Scan
71Why should we start and fear to die?HATTIEPage Scan
72Asleep in Jesus! blesséd sleep!RESTPage Scan
73How blest the righteous when he dies!RESTPage Scan
74Why do we mourn departing friendsDUBLINPage Scan
75Hark! from the tomb a doleful soundMEARPage Scan
76Thy life I read, my dearest LordMEARPage Scan
77And let this feeble body failBALERMAPage Scan
78Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyMOUNT VERNONPage Scan
79Jesus, while our hearts are bleedingMOUNT VERNONPage Scan
80Brother, thou hast left us lonelyBROTHER, SWEETLY RESTPage Scan
81When blooming youth is snatch'd awayAVONPage Scan
82Far from affliction, toil and careAVONPage Scan
83How happy are these little onesSOLONPage Scan
84Why should our tears in sorrow flowDUNDEEPage Scan
85Fond parents, calm the heaving breastDUNDEEPage Scan
86Teach me the measure of my daysDUNDEEPage Scan
87What though the arm of conquering deathARLINGTONPage Scan
88Soft be the turf on thy dear breastJUNIATAPage Scan
89There is a glorious world on highJUNIATAPage Scan
90Though love may weep with breaking heartJUNIATAPage Scan
91The time is short ere all that liveJUNIATAPage Scan
92Saviour, breathe an evening blessingEVENING HYMNPage Scan
93The day is past and goneVESPERPage Scan
94The day is past and goneVESPERPage Scan
95Thus far the Lord has led me onHEBRONPage Scan
96Glory to thee, my God, this nightHEBRONPage Scan
97Abide with me! fast falls the even tideENONPage Scan
98In mercy, Lord, remember meEVANPage Scan
99Indulgent Father, by whose careEVANPage Scan
100Upon the pillow of thy loveEVANPage Scan

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