The Republican Hymn Book: containing a new and original set of hymns and spiritual songs, suited to be sung at society meetings, family worship, public and social prayer meetings, etc. (2nd ed.)

Author: Thomas Herbert
Publisher: Published for the Author, Covington, Ky., 1845
Language: English
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201To thee, my Lord, I come
202The night is almost past and gone
203Shall proud Goliath, in a rage
204What shall be done unto the ones
205My blessed Lord, I want to find
206Wisdom has hewn her pillars square
207The rich man clothed in linen fine
208The morning sun appears to rise
209Children of men come hear the call
210O who is this from Edom
211Though man is seen today
213[212]On us, O Lord, look down
213America, thou happy land
214Ye favored lands, your voices raise
215How sweet and lovely is the place
216My blessed Lord, I have no friend
217It's I, the great Redeemer said
218The queen of Sheba from the south
219What various hindrances combine
220O Lord, we are but flesh and blood
221Can the Ethiopian change his skin
222Ye pilgrims look well to the way
223Wide is the gate and broad the road
223[224]Awake, my soul, with all thy powers
225Behold the wicked sons of men
226The grace of God, how sweet it is
227Is our report believed
228See what a firm and solid rock
229Though sinners fret and disagree
230O that I could be more engaged
231Should I attempt to turn from thee
232If Jesus makes you free
233A new commandment I do give
234When Isr'l did in Egypt dwell
235Behold, O God, our rising race
236The dear disciples of our Lord
237Run now ye children of the Lord
238Did Christ, the lovely Son of God
239Our blessed Lord did once declare
240Ye little flock dismiss your fear
241Afflicted souls that mourn and weep
242Has my Redeemer gone on high
243When Saul unto damascus went
244Dear Lord, we see within these walls
245Is there a rest so nigh at hand
246If others go on
247Old Abraham sent his servant
248Thy people shall all willing come
249O King of Zion, quickly come
250Poor sinners you are born to die
251Arise, my stupid soul, arise
252O could I but my Jesus love
253Go cut the fruitless fig tree down
254Vain are the thoughts of earthly minds
255In nature's garden can't be found
256O Saviour let thy kingdom come
257Behold the busy sons of men
258Why is your music all laid by
259'Twas by the streams of Babylon
260The ways of Zion mourn
261Forbid that I should turn from thee
262It is enough, old Jacob said
263My brethren, if you would obey
264How little do I feel
265Dear Lord, how long shall I be here
266Ye needy souls improve your time
267Sinners, are you resolved to go
268Hear the good news ye sons of men
269'Twas with a shout our Lord went home
270What homage should we pay
271Dear Lord, let not thine anger rise
272The Savior calls, ye nations hear
273'Twas by the Father long decreed
274Arise, Columbia's sons arise
275Bright glory now begins to dawn
276My little vessel now set sail
277Ye sons of Zion raise your voice
278Come, all ye mourning sons of sorrow
279My dear friends and relations
280Behold the young man in his prime
281Sinners, hear the declaration
282O my soul, what means this sadness
283Why stand ye here agazing, ye men of Gallilee

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