The Minstrel of Zion: a book of religious songs, accompanied with appropriate music, chiefly original

Editor: Rev. William Hunter, Rev. Samuel Wakefield
Publisher: Sorin & Ball, Philadelphia, 1845
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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11O praise the Lord, he dwells on highPage Scan
12Happy the spirit released from its clayPage Scan
13aJoyfully, joyfully, onward I [we] movePage Scan
13bWake, Christian soldiers, wakePage Scan
15The vernal flowers their beauties spreadPage Scan
16Father in heaven, how great the gracePage Scan
17Soon we shall see, shall see the glorious morningPage Scan
19The child, the child, the king old prophet saidPage Scan
20O no, I never can forgetPage Scan
21Go, bring me [them], said the dying fairPage Scan
23O had I the wings of a dove, I would flyPage Scan
24When day first dawned upon my soulPage Scan
26Come, tell of your vesselPage Scan
28As on the cross the Savior hungPage Scan
29Broad is the road [stream] that leads to death [wrath]Page Scan
30Pray, brethren, pray!Page Scan
31aRise, sinner, rise, The Master calleth for theePage Scan
31bCome, ghastly death, and lay me lowPage Scan
33A pilgrim and a stranger here, I seek the home toPage Scan
34To Jordan's banks our hosts are comePage Scan
35Sinner [sinners], come, mid thy gloomPage Scan
36Christ is set on Zion's hillPage Scan
37O blessed Lord, be near usPage Scan
38Why wanderest thou so far from homePage Scan
39God of the forests, fields, and floodsPage Scan
40Who would mourn, and pine, and languishPage Scan
41Father of all! Creator blestPage Scan
42Ye erring souls that wildly roamPage Scan
43Let others delight in the gambols of mirthPage Scan
44See, Christian, see how time steals onPage Scan
46If some kind wealthy friend should waitPage Scan
47The day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
48'Twas in the days of vernal primePage Scan
50Let others choose the place of mirthPage Scan
51While wandering to and froPage Scan
52The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
53What a wonder of mercy is thisPage Scan
54aHaste, haste, the clouds arisePage Scan
54bSafe, safe within the arkPage Scan
55Our kindred dear to heaven have [are] gonePage Scan
57Blissful hours, when first I knew himPage Scan
58O who would remain in this prison of clayPage Scan
59Child of sorrow, child of carePage Scan
60Cease, fond nature, cease this clingingPage Scan
61You may sing of the beauty [beauties] of mountain and dalePage Scan
62O how can I forget the hourPage Scan
63Earth's stormy night will soon be o'erPage Scan
64Though flowers of hope so early fadePage Scan
65O give me the flowers that never decayPage Scan
66aThough poor my condiction, and low my degreePage Scan
66bMary to her [the] Savior's tombPage Scan
68O how shall I praise my adorable SaviorPage Scan
70The Sabbath is come the Sabbath is comePage Scan
71Why, weepest thou and sighestPage Scan
72How blest the place where Jesus isPage Scan
73Awake, my faith, and bring to viewPage Scan
74A home in heaven, what a joyful thoughtPage Scan
75Oh! bless the Lord! for the shining sunPage Scan
76aGive me but some humble spotPage Scan
76bHappy are our days belowPage Scan
77Woe, woe to the sinner who lives in his sinPage Scan
78O meet me at the throne of gracePage Scan
80I'll meet thee at the hour of prayerPage Scan
81We're marching to the promised landPage Scan
83Life let us cherish while yet the taper glowsPage Scan
84Approach, my soul, the mercy seatPage Scan
85Sinners, the city where you dwellPage Scan
86United in affection dearPage Scan
88Thou soft [sweet] flowing [gliding] Kedron [Cedron], by thy silver [limpid] streamPage Scan
89There comes a day, a fearful dayPage Scan
91Our Father, God, and KingPage Scan
92There is a place where my hope is [hopes are] stayed [staid]Page Scan
93I seek a place which is out of sightPage Scan
94We're bound for the land of the pure and the holyTextPage Scan
96Firmly, brethren, firmly standPage Scan
97Though to a distant regionPage Scan
98The heavenly home is bright and fairPage Scan
100I'm fading away to the land of the blestPage Scan
102Saints exult adieu to tearsPage Scan
103My Lord, my Life, at last to theePage Scan
104Come to Calvary's holy mountain, Sinners ruined by the fallPage Scan
105God of our fathers, whose right handPage Scan
106Review the palsied sinner's casePage Scan
107There is a spot to [for] me more dearPage Scan
109In this glad employPage Scan
110O happy the day he was bornPage Scan
111Hail, happy day, when Christ, the SonPage Scan
112Come, children, let your voices risePage Scan
113Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningPage Scan
114In error's ways you vainly roamPage Scan
115In this calm impressive hourPage Scan
116Now, from labor and from carePage Scan
117This earth has [hath] many a pleasant sweetPage Scan
118O'er the [those] gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
119Who but Thou, almighty SpiritPage Scan
120Zion [Sion], the marvelous story be tellingPage Scan
121Christ the [our] Lord is [has] risen today, [Alleluia] [Sons of men]Page Scan
122O yes, I'll join the union bandPage Scan
123My soul is happy in its choicePage Scan
125And may I still get therePage Scan

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