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Hymns of Ter Steegen and Others (Second Series)

Editor: Frances Bevan
Publisher: James Nisbet & Co., Limited, London, 1899
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by the page number.
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01Not built with hands is that fair radiant chamberTextPage Scan
3We are come unto Mount ZionTextPage Scan
5O Holy and mighty and marvellous WordTextPage Scan
7Lo! a Hand amidst the darknessTextPage Scan
9Rest from longing and desireTextPage Scan
11O glad the wilderness for meTextPage Scan
12Now—borne upon the still, the boundless deepTextPage Scan
14All hail! O glorious Son of GodTextPage Scan
16Many sorrows hard and bitterTextPage Scan
17The mind saith to the soulTextPage Scan
20Behold, My bride, how fair My mouth, Mine eyesTextPage Scan
22When mine eyes are dim with weepingTextPage Scan
25I rejoice that I cannot but love HimTextPage Scan
26What dost thou bring me, O my Queen?TextPage Scan
28O Jesus Lord, most fair, most passing sweetTextPage Scan
30Thou hast shone within this soul of mineTextPage Scan
32The mouth of the Lord hath spokenTextPage Scan
33'Twixt God and thee but love shall beTextPage Scan
34aIt is a wondrous and a lofty roadTextPage Scan
34bThus speaks the Bride whose feet have trodTextPage Scan
36Wilt thou, sinner, be converted?TextPage Scan
37If the world were mine and all its storeTextPage Scan
38I bring unto Thy grace a seven-fold praiseTextPage Scan
40He laid him down upon the breast of GodTextPage Scan
41Lord Jesus, all my sin and guiltTextPage Scan
42In the bosom of the FatherTextPage Scan
44Rich, our God, art Thou in mercyTextPage Scan
47Wondrous joy, Thy joy, Lord JesusTextPage Scan
50One place have I in heaven aboveTextPage Scan
52Tale of tenderness unfathomedTextPage Scan
54Wilt Thou be the sinner’s servantTextPage Scan
66Dew abundant from the depths divineTextPage Scan
67Lamb, Thy white-robed people feedingTextPage Scan
68Why dost Thou pass unheededTextPage Scan
70Dark lay the plain, a tangled wildernessTextPage Scan
73Thou glorious Lord! mine eyes at last unsealedTextPage Scan
76There is a Day of rest before theeTextPage Scan
79Thou Breath from still eternityTextPage Scan
80Thou sweet beloved Will of GodTextPage Scan
82I go from grief and sighing, the valley and the clodTextPage Scan
84Jerusalem! thou glorious City-heightTextPage Scan
87Sinners Jesus will receiveTextPage Scan
89All fair within those Children of the lightTextPage Scan
92In faith we sing this song of thankfulnessTextPage Scan
96Is God for me? I fear not, though all against me riseTextPage Scan
101It was as if upon His breastTextPage Scan
102It thus befell me on a dayTextPage Scan
105Jesus, Lord, in Whom the FatherTextPage Scan
107The day is gone—my soul looks onTextPage Scan
109My soul hath found the steadfast groundTextPage Scan
111Wearily my spirit sinkethTextPage Scan
113Oh what will be the day when won at lastTextPage Scan
117I know not the song of Thy praisesTextPage Scan
118O Lord, I have loved the fair beautyTextPage Scan
119In Thy tabernacle, Lord, I offerTextPage Scan
123Everywhere, everywhereTextPage Scan
125Come forth in the fields and the gardensTextPage Scan
127All within are love and gladnessTextPage Scan
128I woke, and the night was passingTextPage Scan
130All the world lay still and silent in the morning greyTextPage Scan
132In the early, early morning, beyond the islands greenTextPage Scan
134God made the sun to give me lightTextPage Scan
135If I had the eyes of HeavenTextPage Scan
137Long ago, in springs of oldTextPage Scan
138All alone in the evening greyTextPage Scan
144When flowers are red and gold and whiteTextPage Scan
145“The sky is dreary and rainyTextPage Scan
146Who are like the lilies whiteTextPage Scan
147Long ago, within a castleTextPage Scan
150It is summer all over the meadowsTextPage Scan
152Up the chalky path we wanderTextPage Scan
154Oh what can I do for my Lord?TextPage Scan
155Like a little wandering lambTextPage Scan
156O Lord Jesus, high in HeavenTextPage Scan
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