Musical Gems. 7th ed.

Editor: J. Packard, S. Hubbard
Publisher: Lane & Scott, New York, N.Y., 1849
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2A home in heaven, what a joyful thought
d3Afflictions, though they seem severe
d4Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d5Am I a soldier of the cross
d6And am I only born to die
d7And can it be that I should gain [claim]
d8Are we almost there? are we almost there
d9Arise, my soul, arise, Shake off
d10Arise my soul, stretch every nerve
d11As, down in the sunless retreats of the ocean
d12Behold, behold the Lamb of God, On the cross
d13Beyond where Cedron's [Kedron's] waters flow
d14Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blow
d15Brethren we are traveling home
d16Come and let us sweetly join
d17Come, beloved teachers, tell us
d18Come, let us anew our journey pursue
d19Come, let us join our cheerful songs With angels round the throne
d20Come, O thou traveller unknown
d21Come on, my partners in distress
d22Come sinners to the gospel feast
d23Come sinners to the gospel feast
d24Come thou fount of every blessing
d25Come ye [you] sinners, poor and wretched [needy], Weak and wounded
d26Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d27Far from the world, O Lord, I [I'd] [we] flee
d28Farewell, vain world, I bid adieu
d29Glorious things of thee are spoken
d30God is in the torrent's fall
d31Here in this solitude profound
d32Here o'er the earth as a stranger I roam
d33How blest the place where Jesus is
d34How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgiven
d35How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d36How sweet in the musing [musings] of faith to repair
d37How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]
d38I have sought round the [this] verdant earth
d39I have started for Canaan
d40I saw a wide and well spread board
d41I want a principle within
d42I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d43I'll praise my Maker with my [while I've] [whilst I've] breath
d44I'm a lonely traveler here
d45I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d46Jerusalem, my happy home, O how I long for thee
d47Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave
d48Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d49Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gone
d50Jesus, we look to thee
d51Jesus, we thus obey
d52Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] come
d53Joyfully, joyfully, onward I [we] move
d54Landsmen, list the sailor's cry
d55Let me go, the day is breaking
d56Love divine, all loves [love] excelling
d57Mid [midst] scenes of confusion and creature complaints
d58My God, the spring of all my joys
d59O for a thousand tongues to sing my great [dear] Redeemer's praise
d60O God, preserve the mariner
d61O pray for the sailor, now far on the billow O think of his hardships, temptation and pain
d62O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d63O tell me no more of this [the] world's vain [vain world's] store
d64O thou God of my salvation
d65O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
d66O turn ye [you], O turn ye [you], for why will ye [you] die
d67O what hath Jesus bought for me! Before my ravished eyes
d68O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him above
d69On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d70Prayer is [was] appointed to convey
d71Religion is a glorious treasure
d72Return, O wanderer, return [Return, return, now wanderer]
d73Run Christian racer run
d74Savior, see me from above, nor suffer me to die
d75Show pity Lord, O Lord, forgive
d76Stay, thou insulted [long suffering] Spirit
d77Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d78That awful day will surely come
d79The day is come, the joyful day
d80The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d81The pearl that [the] worldlings covet
d82The praying spirit breathe
d83There are angels hovering round
d84There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d85There is an hour of peaceful rest
d86Thou soft [sweet] flowing [gliding] Kedron [Cedron], by thy silver [limpid] stream
d87To heaven I'm bound with prosperous gales
d88To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to depart
d89Today the Savior calls, ye wanderers come
d90Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbear
d91Welcome, sweet day of rest
d92We're traveling home to heaven above
d93What sound is this, a song [sound] through heaven resounding
d94What sound is this salutes mine [my] ear
d95What though the clouds of doubt arise
d96What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame
d97When down to the garden where rivulets flow
d98When for [the] eternal [heavenly] world [worlds] I [we] steer
d99When I can read my title clear
d100When shall I see the day that ends my woes

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