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The Palm: a collection of sacred music, for choirs, singing schools and conventions

Editor: C. M. Wyman
Publisher: Root & Cady, Chicago, 1870
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
85Praise, everlasting praise be paidPage Scan
86aHigh in the heav'ns, eternal GodPage Scan
86bNow to the Lord a noble songPage Scan
87aGod is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
87bWhen we, our wearied limbs to restPage Scan
88aCome, let us sing the song of songsPage Scan
88bWhy will ye [you] waste on trifling caresPage Scan
89aHow sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
89bI hear a voice that comes from farPage Scan
90aPraise waits in Zion, Lord, for theePage Scan
90bWhen we, our wearied [weary] limbs to restPage Scan
91aBefore Thy throne with tearful eyesPage Scan
91bYes, thou wilt save, my soul is freePage Scan
92aO sweetly breathe the lyres abovePage Scan
92bWhile parching lips and fevered browPage Scan
93Ride on, ride on in majestyPage Scan
94aHigh in the heavens, eternal GodPage Scan
94bBe thou exalted, O my GodPage Scan
95aO for a sweet, inspiring rayPage Scan
95bZion awake! thy strenght renew!Page Scan
96aHow pleasant, how [and] divinely fairPage Scan
96bCome, weary souls, with sin distressedPage Scan
97aHail to the prince of life and peacePage Scan
97bSweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] KingPage Scan
98aGive thanks to God, he [who] reigns abovePage Scan
98bSweet is the light of Sabbath evePage Scan
99aHe dies, the friend of sinners diesPage Scan
99bHe dies, the friend of sinners diesPage Scan
100aThe Lord is King, lift up thy [your] voice, O earthPage Scan
100bThere is a calm for those who weepPage Scan
101aPraise ye the Lord, let praise employPage Scan
101bO not my own these verdant hillsPage Scan
102aGo, worship at Emmanuel's feetPage Scan
102bSweet harp of Judah, shall thy soundPage Scan
103aMy God, my King, thy various praisePage Scan
103bO come, loud anthems let us sing, loud thanksPage Scan
104aJehovah reigns he dwells in lightPage Scan
104bBehold the path that [which] mortals treadPage Scan
105aGently, my Savior [Father], let me downPage Scan
105bAll praise to Thee, eternal LordPage Scan
106aIn sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
106bHad I the tongues of Greeks and JewsPage Scan
107aFather, adored in worlds abovePage Scan
107bNow to the Lord a noble songPage Scan
108aNow to the Lord a noble [joyful] songPage Scan
108bStand up, my soul [our souls], shake off thy [your] fearsPage Scan
109aEre rolling worlds began to movePage Scan
109bHere at thy cross, my dying GodPage Scan
110aLead back, O Lord, thy wandering sheepPage Scan
110bWhen power divine in mortal form hushedPage Scan
111aO thou, my soul, forget no morePage Scan
111bMy God, my King, thy various praisePage Scan
112aGreat God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
112bArise, my soul, with rapture risePage Scan
113From ev'ry stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
114aBefore Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
114bBefore Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
115aThere is a stream whose gentle flowPage Scan
115bHow blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
116aCome weary soul [souls] with sin [sins] distressedPage Scan
116bWhen the soft dews of kindly sleepPage Scan
117aPraise, everlasting praise, be paidPage Scan
117bôTis finished, so the Savior cried, and meeklyPage Scan
118aCome, let us sing the song of songsPage Scan
118bWhen soft the dews [the soft dews] of kindly sleepPage Scan
119In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
120aZion, awake, thy strength renewPage Scan
120bFrom every stormy wind [sense] that blowsPage Scan
121aO speed thee, Christian, on thy wayPage Scan
121bSee Isr'l's gentle Shepherd stand [stands]Page Scan
122aArise, my soul, my joyful powersPage Scan
122bMy soul, come, meditate the day, And thinkPage Scan
123aLet all the lands with shouts of joyPage Scan
123bUnheard the dews around me fallPage Scan
124aO praise the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
124bO if thy brow, serene and calmPage Scan
125aJesus, these eyes have never seenLittletonPage Scan
125bThe whole creation groans and waitsPage Scan
126aCalm on the bosom of thy GodPage Scan
126bJesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]Page Scan
127aSalvation, O the joyful soundPage Scan
127bSalvation! oh the joyful soundPage Scan
128aWalk in the light, so shalt thou [and you shall] knowPage Scan
128bTo thee, my Shepherd [Savior] and my Lord [Lamb]Page Scan
129aAffliction is a stormy deepPage Scan
129bUp to the hills I lift mine eyes, the eternal hills beyond the skiesPage Scan
130aO for that tenderness of heartPage Scan
130bThere is an eye that never sleepsPage Scan
131aDear Father, to Thy mercy seat, My soul for shelter fliesPage Scan
131bSee the kind Shepherd, Jesus, standsPage Scan
132aSoon as I heard my Father sayPage Scan
132bFather of mercies, God of love, My [Our] Father and my [our] GodPage Scan
133Lord, thou hast taught our hearts to glowPage Scan
134aThese are the crowns that we shall wearPage Scan
134bAnd can mine eyes, without a tearPage Scan
135aBegin my tongue some heavenly themePage Scan
135bAs pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
136aI waited patient for the LordPage Scan
136bI waited patient for the LordPage Scan
137aThou dear Redeemer, dying LambPage Scan

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