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The Pilgrims' Songster: a choice collection of hymns, designed for tent, conference, and prayer meetings: Revised and corrected

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1Let thy Kingdom blessed SaviourPage Scan
2We have heard from that bright, that holy landPage Scan
3Skeptic, spare that bookPage Scan
4The morning light is breakingPage Scan
5As I view the last sands of old time sink awayPage Scan
6The groaning earth is too dark and drearPage Scan
7I walk a lonely pilgrim herePage Scan
8Lift up your heads, Emmanuel's friends!Page Scan
9The time soon is coming by the prophets foretoldPage Scan
10When Christ, the Lord, was doom'd to diePage Scan
11The King in his beauty by angels attendedPage Scan
12We're going home, we've had visions brightPage Scan
13I've listed in the holy warPage Scan
14What vessel are you sailing in?Page Scan
15How happy is the manPage Scan
16Behold! Behold! the Lamb of GodPage Scan
17How precious is the name, brethren sing, brethren singPage Scan
18We're going to a blissful homePage Scan
19We are on our journey homePage Scan
20We shall see the Saviour coming on the resurrection morningPage Scan
21Will you go sinner, go to the highlands of EdenPage Scan
22I have sought round the verdant earth for unfading joyPage Scan
23Joyfully, joyfully onward I roamPage Scan
24Holy God, and hast thou sentPage Scan
25Jesus died on Calvary's mountainPage Scan
26Hail the day so long expectedPage Scan
27The pure testimony put forth in the spiritPage Scan
28I love it, I love it, and who shall darePage Scan
29Arise, arise, your King is coming!Page Scan
30Come, all ye mourning pilgrimsPage Scan
31We're looking for a cityPage Scan
32Within the hallowed forest shadePage Scan
33Afflictions, though they seem severePage Scan
34Lo, down in this beautiful valleyPage Scan
35On time's tempestuous ocean widePage Scan
36O how I long to see that dayPage Scan
37It is the hour of Time's farewellPage Scan
38I'm marching on to my blest homePage Scan
39Here is a band of brethren dearPage Scan
40Sailor, see the morn breaks o'er theePage Scan
41The pearl that worldlings covet nowPage Scan
42Yes, He will come, though PhariseePage Scan
43Star of hope! He'll soon appear!Page Scan
44List ye mortals1 hear the soundPage Scan
45The friends that flee when trials comePage Scan
46I love the holy Son of GodPage Scan
47The glorious day is drawing nighPage Scan
48O souls by love together knitPage Scan
49Saviour, thou wast meek and lowlyPage Scan
50Awake! arise! his chariot wheelsPage Scan
51There we shall reign with JesusPage Scan
52Come all ye Christian pilgrimsPage Scan
53Though trouble assail us, and dangers affrightPage Scan
54There is a world of peace and pleasurePage Scan
55The Midnight Cry in mercy soundsPage Scan
56As near to Calvary I passPage Scan
57Hear the glorious proclamationPage Scan
58Let party names no morePage Scan
59Christian! Christian! Page Scan
60Come, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
61Afflicted saint, to Christ draw nearPage Scan
62Hear, O sinner!--mercy hails youPage Scan
63Rise my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
64The great tremendous day's approachingPage Scan
65Thy word is a lamp to my feetPage Scan
66I ask'd the Lord that I might growPage Scan
67A soldier, Lord, thou hast me madePage Scan
68The old Israelites knew what it was that they must doPage Scan
69What think ye of Christ? is the testPage Scan
70As I lay musing on my bedPage Scan
71The son of man they did betrayPage Scan
72O careless sinners, comePage Scan
73Lonely and weary, by sorrows oppress'dPage Scan
74The judgment day is rolling onPage Scan
75I'm sighing for home where the King is his gloryPage Scan
76We're toiling here by sin opprestPage Scan
77There is a rest that still remainsPage Scan
78The people called Christians how many things they tellPage Scan
79Earth is groaning, Earth is groaningPage Scan
80O! solemn, dreadful, glorious news!Page Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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