The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion. New ed.

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Editor: William Walker
Publisher: E. W. Miller, Philadelphia, 1847
Language: English
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293aHis hoary frost, his fleecy snow
293bWhen I can read my title clear
295This life's a dream, and empty show
302Jerusalem, my happy home
303Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched
304What's this that in my soul is rising?
305Shed not a tear, o'er your friend's early bier
306What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame!
307Hasten, Lord, the glorious time
308When converts first begin to sing
d1A few more days on earth to spend
d2Afflictions, though they seem severe
d3All hail the power of Jesus' name!
d4Am I a soldier of the cross
d5Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound)
d6And am I born to die?
d7And must I be to judgment brought
d8Angels in shining order stand
d9As on the cross the Saviour hung
d10Brethren, don't you hear the sound?
d11Brethren, we have met to worship
d12Burst, ye emerald gates, and bring
d13Columbia! Columbia! to glory arise
d14Come all, who love my Lord and master
d16Come, all ye weary travellers
d17Come away to the skies
d18Come, Christians be valiant, our Jesus is near us
d20Come, happy souls, approach your God
d21Come, humble sinner, in whose breast
d22Come, little children, now we may
d23Come, O thou traveller unknown
d24Come, sound his name abroad
d25Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish
d26Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched
d27Come, ye that love the Lord
d28Dark and thorny is the desert
d29Dear friends, farewell, I do you tell
d30Death, 'tis a melancholy day
d31Do not I love thee, O my Lord?
d32Farewell, farewell, farewell, my friends
d33Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
d35From Greenland's icy mountains
d36From whence does this union arise
d37Good morning, brother pilgrim
d38Grace! 'tis a charming sound
d39Hail, solitude! thou gentle queen
d40Hail the blest morn, see the great Mediator
d41Hail! ye sighing sons of sorrow
d42Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound
d43Hark! listen to the trumpeters!
d44Hark! the jubilee is sounding
d45He comes! he comes! to judge the world
d46Hear the royal proclamation
d47High o'er the hills the mountains rise
d48Hither, ye faithful, haste with songs of triumph
d49How beauteous are their feet
d50How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord
d51How happy is the pilgrim's lot
d52How lost was my condition
d53How painfully pleasing the fond recollection
d54How pleasant 'tis to see
d55How pleased and blest was I
d56How sweet the melting lay
d57How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
d58How sweet to reflect on the joys that await me
d59How tedious and tasteless the hours
d60I am a great complainer, that bears the name of Christ
d61I find myself placed in a state of probation
d62If God is mine, then present things
d64In de dark woods, no Indian nigh
d65In evil long I took delight
d66In the floods of tribulation
d67Jerusalem, my happy home
d68Jesus, I my cross have taken
d69Jesus, my all, to heav'n is gone
d70Let every creature join
d71Let ev'ry mortal ear attend
d72Let me go to my home in the far distant west
d73Let party names no more
d74Life is the time to serve the Lord
d75Lift up your heads, Immanuel's friends
d76Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
d77'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints
d79My days, my weeks, my months, my years
d80My God, my life, my love
d81My God, my portion, and my love
d82Oh! for a closer walk with God
d84O, once I had a glorious view
d85O tell me no more of this world's vain store!
d86O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
d87Oh! thou, whose tender mercy hears
d88O when shall I see Jesus, and dwell with him above
d89On the mountian's top appearing
d90Once more, my soul, the rising day
d91Our bondage it shall end, by and by, by and by
d92Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is King
d93Rock of Ages, shelter me!
d94See how the wicked kingdom
d95Shall wisdom cry aloud
d97Soldiers of the cross, arise

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