Sursum Corda: a book of praise

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Editor: E. H. Johnson, E. E. Ayres
Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia, 1898
Denomination: Baptist General Convention for Foreign Missions (U.S.)
Language: English
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122aMy God, my Father, blissful namePage Scan
122bMy God, my Father, blissful namePage Scan
123aThrough all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
123bThro' all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
124aAmazing grace, how sweet the soundPage Scan
124bAmazing grace, how sweet the soundPage Scan
125aBegin, my tongue, some heavenly themePage Scan
125bBegin, my tongue, some heav'nly themePage Scan
126Behold, what wondrous gracePage Scan
127Grace! 'tis a charming soundPage Scan
128aThe Lord our God is KingPage Scan
128bThe Lord our God is KingPage Scan
129O bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
130The Lord my Shepherd isPage Scan
131My soul, repeat his praisePage Scan
132O Lord of heav'n and earthPage Scan
133The pity of the LordPage Scan
134Now thank we all our GodPage Scan
135aSing, my soul, his wondrous lovePage Scan
135bSing, my soul, his wondrous lovePage Scan
136Day by day the manna fellPage Scan
137aLet us with a joyful mindPage Scan
137bLet us, with a gladsome mindPage Scan
138aO God, the Rock of AgesPage Scan
138bO God, the Rock of AgesPage Scan
139aGod is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
139bGod is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
140'Tis not that I did choose theePage Scan
141aGod, my King, thy might confessingPage Scan
141bGod, my King, thy might convessingPage Scan
142aThere's a wideness in God's mercyPage Scan
142bThere's a wideness in God's mercyPage Scan
143aLord, with glowing heart I'd praise theePage Scan
143bLord, with glowing heart I'd praise theePage Scan
144Praise, my soul, the King of heavenPage Scan
145aGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
145bGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
146aLord God, by whom all change is wroughtPage Scan
146bLord God, by whom all change is wroughtPage Scan
147Rejoice today, with one accordPage Scan
148A mighty fortress is our GodPage Scan
149aLord, thou hast been our dwelling placePage Scan
149bLord, thou hast been our dwelling-placePage Scan
150To God on high be thanks and praisePage Scan
151I cannot always trace the wayPage Scan
152aThe Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPage Scan
152bThe Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPage Scan
153What star is this, with beams so brightPage Scan
154The race that long in darkness pinedPage Scan
155aIt came upon the midnight clearPage Scan
155bIt came upon the midnight clearPage Scan
156aWhile shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightPage Scan
156bWhile shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
157aCalm on the list'ning ear of nightPage Scan
157bCalm on the list'ning ear of nightPage Scan
158aA thousand years have come and gonePage Scan
158bA thousand years have come and gonePage Scan
159aJoy to the world; the Lord is comePage Scan
159bJoy to the world; the Lord is comePage Scan
160God from on high hath heard!Page Scan
161aFrom the eastern mountainsPage Scan
161bFrom the eastern mountainsPage Scan
162Holy babe! Mary's Son!Page Scan
163As with gladness men of oldPage Scan
164Hark, the heavens' sweet melodyPage Scan
165aHark! the herald angels singPage Scan
165bHark! the herald angels singPage Scan
165cHark! the herald angels singPage Scan
166Once in royal David's cityPage Scan
167aHail to the Lord's AnointedPage Scan
167bHail to the Lord's anointedPage Scan
168Oh, little town of Bethlehem!Page Scan
169All my heart this night rejoicesPage Scan
170Hark! what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
171Come, ye lofty, come, ye lowlyPage Scan
172aChristians, awake! salute the happy mornPage Scan
172bChristians, awake! salute the hapy mornPage Scan
173aO come, all ye faithfulPage Scan
173bO come, all ye faithfulPage Scan
174Thou didst leave thy throne and thy kingly crownPage Scan
175aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
175bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
175cBrightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
175dBrightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
176aOn Jordan's banks the Baptist's cryPage Scan
176bOn Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryPage Scan
177My dear Redeemer and my LordPage Scan
178aHow beauteous were the marks divinePage Scan
178bHow beauteous were the marks divinePage Scan
179aHow shall I follow him I serve!Page Scan
179bHow shall I follow him I serve?Page Scan
180Ride on, ride on in majesty!Page Scan
181aWhen, like a stranger on our spherePage Scan
181bWhen, like a stranger on our spherePage Scan
182aWhen gath'ring clouds around I viewPage Scan
182bWhen gath'ring clouds around I viewPage Scan
183O Master it is good to bePage Scan
184What grace, O Lord, and beauty shonePage Scan
185When Jesus in the wildernessPage Scan
186Oh, where is he that trod the seaPage Scan

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



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