The Primitive Baptist Hymnal: a choice collection of hymns and tunes of early and late composition

Editor: M. J. Sears, T. B. Ausmus
Publisher: John T. Smith & Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1881
Denomination: Primitive Baptists
Language: English
Notes: The hymnal skips #495 and #496 and has an unnumbered hymn before #496 and at the end.
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300A debtor to mercy alonePage Scan
301What think ye [you] of Christ, is the testPage Scan
302Come thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
303Savior, visit Thy [our] plantation, grant us Lord, a gracious rainPage Scan
304Hail, my ever blessed JesusPage Scan
305Zion's King shall reign victoriousPage Scan
306Come, Thou long expected Jesus [Savior], Born to set thy people freePage Scan
307Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That savedPage Scan
308O happy time, long waited for, The comfort of my heartPage Scan
309Jesus, thou art the sinner's friendPage Scan
310Proclaim, saith Christ, my wondrous gracePage Scan
311There is a path that leads to God, All others go astrayPage Scan
312I need thee, precious Jesus [Jesu], for I am full of sinPage Scan
313To thee be praise foreverPage Scan
314O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him abovePage Scan
315How lost was [is] my [our] conditionPage Scan
316Soldiers of Christ, be boldPage Scan
317Jesus, I fly to theePage Scan
318O cease, my wandering soulPage Scan
319My soul, weigh not thy life Against thy heavenlyPage Scan
320All yesterday is gonePage Scan
321Savior, Thy gentle voice, gladly we hearPage Scan
322I am a stranger here below, and what I am it'sPage Scan
323Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
324A few more days on earth to spendPage Scan
325Mixture [mixtures] of joy and sorrow I daily do pass throughPage Scan
326There is a world we have not seenPage Scan
327Lord, how mysterious are Thy waysPage Scan
328Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
329Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] flyPage Scan
330Mary to her [the] Savior's tombPage Scan
331Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alonePage Scan
332Forever blessed be the Lord, my SaviorPage Scan
333The sinner that by precious faithPage Scan
334When languor and disease invadePage Scan
335O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
336How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
337Lord, I hear of [that] [the] showers of blessingPage Scan
338Approach, my soul, the mercy seatPage Scan
339Lord, in thy courts we now appearPage Scan
340Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desirePage Scan
341How oft, alas, this [our] wretched [sinful] [wicked] heartPage Scan
342Dear Father, to Thy mercy seat, My soul for shelter fliesPage Scan
343When Hagar found the bottle spentPage Scan
344When I can read my title clearPage Scan
345Who knows but such a one as IPage Scan
346The hour of prayer once more is comePage Scan
347Brethren, we have met to worship, and adore the Lord our GodPage Scan
348Dearest Lord, thou hast commandedPage Scan
349Behold the throne of gracePage Scan
350Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayerPage Scan
351From every stormy wind [sense] that blowsPage Scan
352Prayer makes the darkened cloud withdrawPage Scan
353While o'er the deep thy servants sailPage Scan
354Brethren, we have met againPage Scan
355Precious Jesus, must it bePage Scan
356Now from the world withdrawnPage Scan
357Like Noah's weary dove that soared the earth aroundPage Scan
358Unto thee altar, Lord, A broken heart I bringPage Scan
359Mercy, O thou Son of DavidPage Scan
360Could the creatures help or ease usPage Scan
361What a friend we have in JesusPage Scan
362'Twas with an everlasting lovePage Scan
363In grateful songs we will recordPage Scan
364From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skiesPage Scan
365I will extol thee, Lord, on highPage Scan
366Now let us raise our cheerful strainsPage Scan
367O Lord, thy boundless love to mePage Scan
368O love divine, how sweet [good] thou artPage Scan
369What wondrous love is this, O my soulPage Scan
370O Christ, He is the fountainPage Scan
371O bliss of the purified [pure ones]Page Scan
372I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stayPage Scan
373My days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] yearsPage Scan
374The little babe is gone to restPage Scan
375When God is nigh, my [our] faith is strongPage Scan
376Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friendsPage Scan
377Thee we adore, eternal name, And humblyPage Scan
378Sweet rivers of redeeming lovePage Scan
379Teach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
380My head and stay is took [called] awayPage Scan
381Let death dissolve my body nowPage Scan
382Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
383How sweet the hour of closing dayPage Scan
384Dear is the spot where Christians sleepPage Scan
385How blest the righteous when he diesPage Scan
386Unvail [Unveil] thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
387Why should we start and fear to diePage Scan
388Come, let us join our friends above, who [that] have obtained the prizePage Scan
389Hark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] soundPage Scan
390How short the race our friend has runPage Scan
391There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
392'Tis sweet to think of those at restPage Scan
393And must this body dieAYLESBURYPage Scan
394What cheering words are thesePage Scan
395O where shall rest be foundPage Scan
396We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
397My days are extinguished and gonePage Scan
398How blest is our brotherPage Scan
399There is a land, a happy land, Where tears are wiped awayPage Scan

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