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Joyful Voices: A New Eclectic Hymn Book

Editor: James A. Clark
Publisher: Weatherford Times Print, Weatherford, Tex., 1870
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d1A twelve month more has rolled around
d2Afflictions, though they seem severe
d3Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d4Am I a soldier of the cross
d5Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d6And let this feeble body fail
d7Approach, my soul, the mercy seat
d8As on the cross the Savior hung
d9Attend, young friends, while [whilst] I relate
d10Awake, and sing the song of Moses and the Lamb
d11Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] lays
d12Before Jehovah's awful throne
d13Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d14Come away to the skies, my beloved, arise
d15Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove
d16Come, humble sinner, in whose breast
d17Come, let us anew our journey pursue, Roll round
d18Come, let us join our friends above, who [that] have obtained the prize
d19Come, my dear friends and neighbors all
d20Come thou fount of every blessing
d21Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d22Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d23Death, 'tis a melancholy day To those that have no God
d24Drooping souls no longer grieve, Heaven
d25From every stormy wind [sense] that blows
d26From Greenland's icy mountains
d27Hark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] sound
d28Hark, the jubilee is sounding
d29Have you heard, have you heard of that [the] sun-bright [heavenly] clime
d30He dies, the friend of sinners dies
d31Heavenly Father, sovereign [might] Lord
d32How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d33How gracious and how wise
d34How happy are they, Who the [their] Savior [Jesus] obey
d35How happy is the man who has [hath] chosen wisdom's ways
d36How happy is the pilgrim's lot
d37How painfully pleasing the fond recollection Of youthful connections [emotions]
d38How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hours
d39I am a little scholar
d40I came to the spot where the White Pilgrim lay
d41I love my blessed Savior, I feel I'm in his favor
d42I walked abroad one morning fair
d43I want to be an angel, and with the angels stand
d44I want to be like Jesus, So lowly and so meek
d45I'll sing a song which [that] doth belong
d46I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d47I'm not ashamed to own my [the] Lord
d48In de dark wood, no Indian nigh
d49Is it wrong to wish to see them
d50I've long time heard there would be
d51I've lost my mate, my sorrow's great
d52Jesus, and shall it ever be
d53Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gone
d54Lay up nearer, brother, nearer
d55Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends
d56Lord Jesus, come; for here Our path through wilds is laid
d57Loving Jesus, gentle Lamb
d58Low down in this beautiful valley
d59Mary to her [the] Savior's tomb
d60My brethren, farewell, I now do you [do you now] tell
d61My buried friends, can I forget
d62My dearest friends in bonds of love
d63My God, my life, my love, to thee, to thee I call
d64O come, come with me to the old church yard [churchyard]
d65O for a closer walk with God
d66O Jesus, my Savior, to Thee I submit
d67O sing to me of heaven
d68O what a melancoly sight
d69O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him above
d70On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d71Out on an ocean all boundless we ride
d72Poor mourning souls, in deep distress
d73Salvation, O the joyful sound
d74Saw ye [you] my Savior, saw ye [you] my Savior
d75Say, O poor soul, what casts thee down
d76Show pity Lord, O Lord, forgive
d77Soldiers of the cross, arise, lo, your Captain
d78Sweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] King
d79Sweet singers of Isr'l, begin your sweet strains
d80That doleful [dreadful] night before his death
d81The chariot, the chariot, its wheels roll [in] fire
d82The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d83The great tremendous day's approaching
d84The pearl that [the] worldlings covet
d85There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d86There is a happy land, Far, [not] far away
d87There was a little family [who] lived [up] in Bethany
d88There was a Romish lady, brought up in popery
d89This world is but a fleeting show
d90Thus saith the God of glory
d91Time is winging us away
d92'Tis religion that can give sweetest pleasures
d93Watchman, tell us of the night
d94We are out on the ocean sailing
d95Weary pilgrim, why this [the] sadness
d96Welcome, sweet day of rest
d97Well may thy servants mourn, my God
d98We're bound for the land of the pure and the holy
d99We're traveling home to heaven above
d100What's this that rises in my soul [in my soul is rising]

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