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Predicted New Songs: or Songs from the Mount Zion, by the redeemed from the earth; who follow the Lamb whitersoever he goeth; designed to accompany the preaching of the everlasting gospel

Author: Benjamin Hazelton
Publisher: Published by the Author, Northfield, 1843
Language: English
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1Open your gates ye sons of menPage Scan
2In the land of the eastPage Scan
3The Lamb has loosed the seven sealsPage Scan
4I have seen the highest heavenPage Scan
5Ye stars, ye Ministers give earPage Scan
6How deep and broad the seaPage Scan
7Let all the learned, great and wisePage Scan
8The sun in brightness pours his raysPage Scan
9Pray tell me, Oh my geniusPage Scan
10Wisdom descends our song to raisePage Scan
11From Patmos isle we now proclaimPage Scan
12Arise and favor zionPage Scan
13The everlasting gospelPage Scan
14Behold, ye sons of men beholdPage Scan
15The virgin bride of heaven appearsPage Scan
16From Paron's brazen mountainPage Scan
17Man's wisdom like the shaken reedPage Scan
18While numbers as the sand appearsPage Scan
19In Eden, Paradise, or HeavenPage Scan
20Throughout the holy volumePage Scan
21What e'er the universe containPage Scan
22This is the day so long foretoldPage Scan
23In ancient and in modern daysPage Scan
24Come eat ye now the tree of lifePage Scan
25What is that veil of darknessPage Scan
26What shall be done to overcomePage Scan
27Was heavenly wisdom mine to scanPage Scan
28Hail ye spirits clothed with organsPage Scan
29The city of our GodPage Scan
30Ye cloudy thousands risePage Scan
31We look in vain upon the worldPage Scan
32Now to the people of the saintsPage Scan
33Come behold all ye peoplePage Scan
34What is that beloved cityPage Scan
35I've heard of a trumpetPage Scan
36Awake ye slumbering christiansPage Scan
37The mystery of timesPage Scan
38Why should the priestsPage Scan
39My soul in visions, on our dayPage Scan
40There's crowns and bright laurelsPage Scan
41All hail the light the heavenly rayPage Scan
42Arise ye people of the saintsPage Scan
43The angel from heavenPage Scan
44The Lord's day is comingPage Scan
45Of all the dream or visions foundPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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