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The Reformed Methodist Pocket Hymnal: Revised: collected from various authors. Designed for the worship of God in all Christian churches.

Publisher: Stephen Carr, Taunton, Mass., 1828
Denomination: Reformed Methodist Episcopal Church
Language: English
Notes: Some of the hymns are out of order at the beginning. Two hymns are misnumbered. The numbering of the hymn puts some of the hymns out of order.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
II.82Who is this fair one in distressPage Scan
II.83Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
II.84My God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
II.85Thus saith [speaks] the high and lofty OnePage Scan
II.86Life is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
II.87Ye sons of Adam, vain and youngPage Scan
II.88Now in the heat [flush] of youthful bloodPage Scan
II.89Shall wisdom cry aloudPage Scan
II.90Thus saith the wisdom of the LordPage Scan
II.91Buried in [the] shadows of the nightPage Scan
II.92How heavy is the nightPage Scan
II.93Vain are the hopes that rebels placePage Scan
II.94Who can describe the joys that risePage Scan
II.95Blest are the humble souls that [who] seePage Scan
II.96Not the malicious or [nor] [and] profanePage Scan
II.97Nor eye hath seen nor ear hath heardPage Scan
II.98Shall we go on to sinPage Scan
II.99Not with our mortal eyes have we beheld the LordPage Scan
III.1Man in his first creationPage Scan
III.2Hark, my soul, it is the LordPage Scan
III.3Through tribulation [tribulations] deepPage Scan
III.4O [When] thou my righteous Judge shall [shalt] comePage Scan
III.5Lift up your hearts, Emmanuel's friendsPage Scan
III.6What sound is this salutes mine [my] earPage Scan
III.7Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] laysPage Scan
III.8Why stand ye here idle, my friends, all the dayPage Scan
III.9Why should we be affrighted, at pestilencePage Scan
II.100No more, my God, I boast no more, Of all the duties I have donePage Scan
II.101There is a house not made with [by] hands, EternalPage Scan
II.102Lord, we confess our num'rous faultsPage Scan
II.103So did the Hebrew prophet raisePage Scan
II.104How large the promise, how divinePage Scan
II.105Lord, how secure and blest [blessed] are theyPage Scan
II.106Thus saith the first, the [and] great commandPage Scan
II.107Behold the wretch whose lust and winePage Scan
II.108With joy we meditate the [thy] gracePage Scan
II.109Go preach my gospel, saith the [my] LordPage Scan
II.110Saints at your heavenly Father's wordPage Scan
II.111Behold how sinners disagreePage Scan
II.112So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
II.113Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsPage Scan
II.114Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
II.115Mistaken souls, that [who] dream of heavenPage Scan
II.116Like sheep we went astrayPage Scan
II.117Why should the children of a KingPage Scan
II.118Jesus, in thee our eyes beholdPage Scan
II.119Go worship at Immanuel's feetPage Scan
II.120'Tis from the treasures of his wordPage Scan
II.121Join all the names of love and powerPage Scan
II.123Nature with all her powers shall singPage Scan
II.124My thoughts on awful subjects rollPage Scan
II.125Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friendsPage Scan
II.126Here at thy cross, my dying GodPage Scan
II.127Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
II.128Dread Sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
II.129Hosanna, with a cheerful soundPage Scan
II.130My soul forsakes her [each] vain delightPage Scan
II.131The true Messiah now appearsPage Scan
II.132Sing to the Lord, that built the skiesPage Scan
II.133Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
II.134Far from my [our] thoughts, vain world, be gonePage Scan
II.135Lord, what a heaven of savingPage Scan
II.136Rise, rise, my soul, and leave the groundPage Scan
II.137High on a hill [throne] of dazzling lightPage Scan
II.138Let others boast how strong they be [are]Page Scan
II.139Why is my heart so far from theePage Scan
II.140Let the old heathens tune their songPage Scan
II.141Terrible God, that [who] reigns on highPage Scan
II.142Descend from heav'n immortal DovePage Scan
II.143Stoop down, my thoughts, that [which] used [use] to risePage Scan
II.144Jesus, with all thy saints abovePage Scan
II.145Come, we [ye] [you] that love the Lord indeedPage Scan
II.146Why should we start and fear to diePage Scan
II.147How short and hasty is our lifePage Scan
II.148Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powersPage Scan
II.149Let them neglect thy [their] glory, LordPage Scan
II.150Lift up your eyes to the heavenly seatPage Scan
II.151Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
II.152My God, what endless pleasures dwellPage Scan
II.153Now for a tune [hymn] [song] of lofty praisePage Scan
II.154With holy fear, and humble songPage Scan
II.155Thy favors, Lord, surprise our soulsPage Scan
II.156Now to the Lord a noble [joyful] songPage Scan
II.157How vain are all things here belowPage Scan
II.158Death cannot make our souls afraid, If God be with us therePage Scan
II.159Bright King of glory, dreadful [mighty] [sovereign] [wondrous] GodPage Scan
II.160My God, the spring of all my joysPage Scan
II.161Thee we adore, eternal name, And humblyPage Scan
II.162Lord, how secure my conscience was [lay]Page Scan
II.163Time, what an empty [fleeting] vapor 'tisPage Scan
II.164My soul, come, meditate the day, And thinkPage Scan
II.165Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts Page Scan
II.166Hark, from the tomb [tombs] a doleful [warning] [mournful] soundPage Scan
II.167There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
II.168Great God, how infinite art thouPage Scan
II.169God of the seas, thy [thine awful] thunderingPage Scan
II.170Blest morning, whose young dawning raysPage Scan
II.171Is this the kind returnPage Scan
II.172From thee, my [O] God, my [our] joys shall risePage Scan
II.173Hosanna [Hosannas] to the Prince of lightPage Scan

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