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Revival Hymns. 8th ed.

Publisher: Armstrong & Berry, Baltimore, Md., 1846
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d1Awake, awake, his chariot wheels
d2Brethren and sisters we must part
d3Come, my Christian brethren, come
d4Come on my brethren dear
d5Come, ye that fear the Lord, unto me
d6Farewell, dear friends, adieu
d7Hark, I hear a voice proclaiming
d8Hark, the gospel news is sounding
d9Haste, my dull soul
d10Hasten, O troubled soul, to Jesus' feet
d11I have sought round the [this] verdant earth
d12My brethren, I have found a land
d13O come, come away, from labor now reposing
d14O had I wings like a dove, I would fly
d15O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d16O ye young, ye gay, ye proud
d17Our bondage here [it] shall [will] end by and by
d18Our Lord is a prayer-hearing Lord
d19Religion leads to glory
d20Savior, give us power to pray
d21Says faith, look yonder, there's my crown
d22The gospel ship has long been sailing
d23The gospel ship is sailing on
d24The last lovely morning, all blooming and fair
d25The work of the Lord doth revive
d26We're traveling home to heaven above
d27We've bid the vain pleasures of earth now adieu
d28What a mercy, a mercy is this
d29When for [the] eternal [heavenly] world [worlds] I [we] steer
d30When on Canaan's beauties musing
d31When we meet you always say
d32While nature was sinking in stillness to rest
d33Why those fears, behold, 'tis Jesus
d34With sorrow for sin, let repentance begin
d35Ye thirsty souls to Jesus come
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