The Musical Messenger: a Compilation of Hymns, Slow and Quick Marches, etc. Used in Worship by Believers

Publisher: United Society of Believers, F. Estes, Lebanon, Oh., 1905
Denomination: Shakers
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d1A solemn voice from heaven
d2All nature calls for busy hands
d3Come, let us chant the melody sweet
d4Come lift up your voices in praise
d5Come on, come on, ye brave
d6Far, far from the pleasures of time
d7Free grace from the Father
d8Hail, gospel truth, thou precious gem
d9Heralds of peace from the heavens
d10Here heavy laden souls repose
d11How blessed are the pure in heart
d12How easy the cord that unites us in one
d13How happy that immortal mind Who rests
d14How long, how long, how long, O Lord, shall sinner
d15I am the living Shepherd
d16I feel to be thankful for what I've received
d17I love this blessed way, I do
d18I see the pearly gates of heaven
d19If love and wisdom reign in heaven
d20In meditation's silent vale
d21In perfect resignation unto thy just
d22Let saints rejoice, and angels sing
d23Lord, at thy mercy seat, humbly [humble] I fall
d24Lord, we are in Thy Hand
d25Mount Zion like a beacon light
d26My commandments from God for redemption abound
d27Never despair, O brother
d28O do descend thou radiant light
d29O how I love the precious gifts
d30O I will walk low in the vale
d31O love divine, how sweet thou art, The joy
d32O thirst, thirst, ye chosen
d33O what peace and consolation
d34O who are those arrayed in white
d35O Zion is our dwelling place
d36Oft in silent meditation
d37Rescue the perishing, duty demands it
d38Sing, sing, O ye heavens
d39The pure like the rainbow of summer
d40There is a stream whose waters flow
d41Think, O think of what is right
d42This life as a vapor soon passes away
d43Though many foes beset me round
d44Though our harps are on the willow
d45We thank thee, O God, for thy kind loving mercy
d46When I behold the saints of God
d47When troubles arise I will seek the calm shore
d48Where repenting waters flow, let me go
d49While Zion's sons and daughters sing
d50Who would in sweet contentment walk
d51Ye rolling suns, proclaim my word
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