The Liturgy of the New Church: signified by the New Jerusalem in the Revelation...(4th ed.)

Editor: J. Proud
Publisher: Printed and sold by Samuel and John Adams, Baltimore, 1792
Denomination: General Church of the New Jerusalem
Language: English
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1He comes! Jehovah comes to blessPage Scan
2The morning dawns, celestial lightPage Scan
3Long have the infernal bandPage Scan
4In thy own church and kingdom, LordPage Scan
5To Jesus be praise for giving us lightPage Scan
6Behold the Lord in power arisePage Scan
7Jesus, thou sun of love divinePage Scan
8Behold the God of truth and mightPage Scan
9Full forty years was Israel ledPage Scan
10Come then, my soul, and learn the causePage Scan
11But while in desolation's nightPage Scan
12The state of conflict now is pastPage Scan
13By Egypt long enslav'dPage Scan
14Israel shall own his namePage Scan
15Almighty Lord, to thee we raisePage Scan
16Come (saith the Lord) ye sons of menPage Scan
17The holy city seePage Scan
18Ye sons of God, your tongues employPage Scan
19Jehovah reigns the mighty LordPage Scan
20Pilgrims to Zion's city boundPage Scan
21Behold our condescending LordPage Scan
22Jehovah Lord, and God alonePage Scan
23Brethren, the Lord divinely wisePage Scan
24Come then, my brethren, fear no illPage Scan
25Great God of heav'n, thy mighty handPage Scan
26When Jesus shed compassion's tearPage Scan
27Now blessing, honour, glory, praisePage Scan
28Great God, thy kingdom is begunPage Scan
29Now Babylon of haughty pridePage Scan
30How shall we praise thy dear-lov'd namePage Scan
31Come, brethren, let us all enquirePage Scan
32Dear Lord, our souls are all on firePage Scan
33Thy name, O Lord, be ever prais'dPage Scan
34We travel through a barren landPage Scan
35When by temptations sharp besetPage Scan
36Jesus, friend, to sinners dearPage Scan
37See slow and solemn move alongPage Scan
38Ye mourning souls, with grief oppress'dPage Scan
39Ah! see that lifeless clayPage Scan
40What blessings below we daily receive!Page Scan
41Rejoice, ye happy souls rejoicePage Scan
42Come, thou beloved faithful LordPage Scan
43But see her more internal statePage Scan
44Lord, at thy sacred feetPage Scan
45How vile by nature is the willPage Scan
46While in this lower world we dwellPage Scan
47Within thy holy temple, LordPage Scan
48Thou art my sun of love divinePage Scan
49Brethren, behold your GodPage Scan
50Wouldst thou, my soul, to heav'n arisePage Scan
51O happy! happy wePage Scan
52We dwell amongst the sons of nightPage Scan
53The christian world, who own the namePage Scan
54Jerusalem from heav'n descendsPage Scan
55For heav'n how many will pretendPage Scan
56What forms are these that meet my eyes?Page Scan
57If we would enter inPage Scan
58What is this vile lump of clay that I wear?Page Scan
59Tempted soul, and deeply triedPage Scan
60Could I obtain my whole desirePage Scan
61Hail, happy day, the type of restPage Scan
62The day of rest is nearly gonePage Scan
63My soul, on wings of ardor risePage Scan
64But ah! what inward joys they provePage Scan
65Now say, ye happy spirits, sayPage Scan
66Jesus, my God, my only KingPage Scan
67Rejoice, ye saints, no longer mournPage Scan
68How negligent are wePage Scan
69When true religion gains a placePage Scan
70Is virtue here expos'd to snaresPage Scan
71Almighty Lord, thou just and truePage Scan
72As we advance in wisdom's waysPage Scan
73Would we obey Jehovah's call!Page Scan
74'Tis mercy bids us all forsakePage Scan
75When will my ev'ry fearPage Scan
76'Tis surely good for mePage Scan
77But now a cheering beamPage Scan
78Dear Lord, thou hast reveal'd thy lovePage Scan
79Now let me all my powers raisePage Scan
80We read the holy word with joyPage Scan
81And why should we refuse to raisePage Scan
82Thou God of mercy, loving, kindPage Scan
83How sweet the minutes rollPage Scan
84How busy mortals prove!Page Scan
85Rise, ev'ry heart and ev'ry tonguePage Scan
86Is God in glory come again?Page Scan
87He comes again in pow'r array'dPage Scan
88Be warn'd my soul, and shunPage Scan
89Say, is the human mindPage Scan
90To thee, my God and friendPage Scan
91Rise, holy, happy christian, risePage Scan
92How charming the subject I singPage Scan
93But O, how enchanting this tie!Page Scan
94Come ye who dwell in Babel's landPage Scan
95O how shall we adore that namePage Scan
96The cross of Jesus is my prizePage Scan
97O for an humble mindPage Scan
98Tho' glorious is the LordPage Scan
99Ye thoughtless race of life profanePage Scan
100But O, how peaceful is the soulPage Scan

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