Seamen's Devotional Assistant, and Mariners' Hymns; prepared under direction of the American Seamen's Friend Society

Publisher: American Seamen's Friend Society, New York, 1838
Editor: Joshua Leavitt
Language: English
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301Inquire, ye seamen, for the coursePage Scan
302If lifted up on high I bePage Scan
303In the wide waste of waterPage Scan
304In lands strange and distant, how sweetly the soundPage Scan
305I've sail'd o'er the ocean, I've roam'd round the earthPage Scan
306Jesus, the deep now owns thy swayPage Scan
307Jesus, at thy commandPage Scan
308Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
309Lord of the sea! thy potent swayPage Scan
310Lo! what wonders love performsPage Scan
311Launch'd on a sea where troubled wavesPage Scan
312Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead usPage Scan
313Lost in a storm of guilt, my soul!Page Scan
314Mark, when tempestuous winds arisePage Scan
315My years roll on: then let me knowPage Scan
316Of old did Jesus condescendPage Scan
317Once in the paths of sin I ranPage Scan
318Once on the raging seas I rodePage Scan
319O thou of little faith, On seas of trouble toss'd Page Scan
320Our little bark on boisterous seasPage Scan
321Record, my soul, thy Maker's powerPage Scan
322Rejoice for a brother deceasedPage Scan
323Sailing on the boisterous oceanPage Scan
324See the calm, but faithless seaPage Scan
325Star of Peace! to wanderers wearyPage Scan
326Tempests arise, when God appointsPage Scan
327The billows swell, the winds are highPage Scan
328The Christian voyager strikes the rockPage Scan
329The great archangel's trump shall soundPage Scan
330The unbounded power of GodPage Scan
331They that in ships, with courage boldPage Scan
332This world is a sea, which never can restPage Scan
333Though hard the winds are blowingPage Scan
334Thou' waves and storms go o'er my headPage Scan
335Though winds may blow and storm may risePage Scan
336Through tribulation deepPage Scan
337Thy works of glory, mighty LordPage Scan
338'Tis past--the dreadful stormy nightPage Scan
339To Heaven I'm bound with properous galesPage Scan
340Toss'd upon life's raging billowPage Scan
341View the broad sea's majestic plainsPage Scan
342We seek a rest beyond the skiesPage Scan
343When many a tempest blewPage Scan
344When lightnings flash and thunders roarPage Scan
345When, passing through the watery deepPage Scan
346When rocks and when shallows beset us aroundPage Scan
347When sailing on this troubled seaPage Scan
348When storm and tempest loudly howlPage Scan
349When tempests howl and billows risePage Scan
350When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streamingPage Scan
351When waves on waves to heaven uprear'dPage Scan
352Where shall the sea worn sinner restPage Scan
353While on the swelling sea of lifePage Scan
354Who were the highly honor'd threePage Scan
355Will this night be never o'er?Page Scan
356Would you behold the works of GodPage Scan
357Yes, Lord, my grateful voice I'll raisePage Scan
358And are we yet alivePage Scan
359And let our bodies partPage Scan
360Away from every mortal carePage Scan
361Blessed are the sons of GodPage Scan
362Blest are the saints who sit on highPage Scan
363Blest be the dear, uniting lovePage Scan
364Christ from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
365Come, Holy Spirit, come; Let thy bright beams arisePage Scan
366Come dearest Lord! descend and dwellPage Scan
367Come, let us use the grace divinePage Scan
368Come, let us who in Christ believePage Scan
369From all that's mortal, all that's vainPage Scan
370Gracious Spirit, Love divine!Page Scan
371Here our brief and transient daysPage Scan
372How pleased and blest was IPage Scan
373Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
374Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
375Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
376Lord, when together here we meetPage Scan
377May he, by whose kind care we meetPage Scan
378Now we are met in holy fearPage Scan
379Oh come, and to his temple hastePage Scan
380O happy souls that prayPage Scan
381Once, O Lord, thy garden flourish'dPage Scan
382Our Father, God, who art in heavenPage Scan
383Prayer is appointed to conveyPage Scan
384Savior, visit thy plantationPage Scan
385The Lord will raise JerusalemPage Scan
386The voice of free grace cries, Escape to the mountainPage Scan
387'Tis good to wait upon the LordPage Scan
388'Tis pleasant to sing The sweet praise of our KingPage Scan
389Vouchsafe thine aid to speak the wordPage Scan
390What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
391Where two or three with sweet accordPage Scan
392Wherever two or three Page Scan
393Ye humble souls, complain no morePage Scan
394God is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
395Great is the Lord our God Page Scan
396I love thy kingdom, LordPage Scan
397Let strangers walk aroundPage Scan
398Now shall my inward joys arisePage Scan
399O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
400The Lord, the Judge, his churches warmsPage Scan

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