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Hymns on Various Subjects. Part II

Editor: Anna Beeman
Published: 1792
Place of Publication: Norwich, Conn.
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
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d1A sound our God we often hear
d2Abraham's seed was circumcised
d3Afflicted saint [saints] [soul] [souls], to Christ [God] draw near
d4Alas my soul why so sluggish
d5Attractive pleasures seize the mind
d6Before the world I now will own
d7Before Thy throne, eternal King
d8Behold this Sodom here below
d9Blest is the man whom God
d10Brethren and sisters we stand in church relation
d11Come, all ye heavy laden souls
d12Dear children harken to my words
d13Dear christian friends come we will go
d14Enthroned on clouds our God shall come
d15Eternal goodness once from heaven came to dwell
d16Farewell, my [dear] brethren in the Lord
d17Farewell, vain world, I now will go
d18How have I been deceived
d19How truly blest are they, who on their God rely
d20How vain are the pleasures of time
d21I have a baptism, saith the Lord
d22I long to march the heavenly road
d23If I'm a saint I long to rest
d24Jesus, the Lord of glory, reigns
d25Jesus up from the water came
d26Like Christ our Lord we're buried here
d27Lo the day is near approaching
d28May all those doubts and gloomy fears
d29Mourn, mourn Britannia, mourn
d30Now in a song of grateful praise [love]
d31Now most noble bridegroom I pray you attend
d32Now you before the Lord do stand
d33O blessed day of rest
d34O had I wings to fly above
d35O happy souls, how fast you go, and leave me here behind
d36O is this true, I wish to know
d37O Lord I pray thee forgive
d38O Lord of hosts, I long to know
d39O think of the crosses that Christ hath endured
d40Our sorrows like a dreadful flood
d41Peace is the blessing we've designed
d42Planted together as we read
d43Plunged in a labyrinth of woe
d44Savior, I do feel Thy merit, sprinkled with redeeming blood
d45The love of God is a sea
d46The love of God that boundless sea
d47The rise of Zion doth appear
d48There's nothing I find of the earth
d49They who can view their guilt and sin
d50Through all this world below
d51We bow before the throne of grace
d52We think that women should not speak
d53What think you [ye], my friends, of the preaching of John
d54When first I espoused the blessed cause
d55When we were plunged deep in sin
d56While grief o'er grief successive roll
d57Why should I dread or wish to shun
d58Why sinks my weak desponding mind
d59Ye servants of Jesus, the lamb that was slain
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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