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Millennial Praises: containing a collection of gospel hymns, in four parts; adapted to the day of Christ's second appearing

Editor: Seth Young Wells
Publisher: Josiah Tallcott (printer), Hancock, Mass., 1813
Denomination: Shakers
Language: English
Notes: Hymns in each of the four parts are numbered separately.
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III.XXXIDescend, thou soul-refining power!Page Scan
III.XXXIIGo search the whole creationPage Scan
III.XXXIIIO union, what a blessed sound!Page Scan
III.XXXIVCome let our worship now beginPage Scan
III.XXXVCome all my loving brethrenPage Scan
III.XXXVIPure love is the gift we'll improvePage Scan
IV.IYe faithful souls, unite and singPage Scan
IV.IIThe prophets they look'd for the dayPage Scan
IV.IIIHail precious truth! thou living wayPage Scan
IV.IVThis solemn sound, what can it be?Page Scan
IV.VThro' the blessed Son of GodPage Scan
IV.VISome carnal professors, by antichrist ledPage Scan
IV.VIIMistaken souls, who make your boastPage Scan
IV.VIIICome, ye sinners, come and welcomePage Scan
IV.IXWe read in sacred pagesPage Scan
IV.XAwake! awake! thy strength put onPage Scan
IV.XIGod's trumpet sounds, rise and beholdPage Scan
IV.XIIWhen the Lord in ancient daysPage Scan
IV.XIIIIn the season that is pastPage Scan
IV.XIVAll ancient historians recordPage Scan
IV.XVIn ancient days, the scripture saysPage Scan
IV.XVIThe King of kings and Lord of hostsPage Scan
IV.XVIIThe old Isaelites knew What it was they must doPage Scan
IV.XVIIIThe year of Jubilee is come, Alleluia!Page Scan
IV.XIXCome, ye that walk the narrow wayPage Scan
IV.XXThe Kingdom of glory, for ages conceal'dPage Scan
IV.XXIIn vain we call on flesh and bloodPage Scan
IV.XXIIFor ages past it has been saidPage Scan
IV.XXIIIWe're told by great & learn'd divinesPage Scan
IV.XXIVWho shall ascend to heavens heightPage Scan
IV.XXVEstablish'd in the latter daysPage Scan
IV.XXVIIn the present generation, Every wicked thing is foundPage Scan
IV.XXVIIWith fear and rev'rence let us singPage Scan
IV.XXVIIIWe read of people in ages long pastPage Scan
IV.XXIXFor people of God there remaineth a restPage Scan
IV.XXXWhen I view by recollectionPage Scan
IV.XXXIThe living work of perfect lovePage Scan
IV.XXXIIImprove each moment as it fliesPage Scan
IV.XXXIIIRights of conscience in these daysPage Scan
IV.XXXIVNow, like Babel's golden statuePage Scan

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