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The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion. New edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged

Publisher: E. W. Miller, Philadelphia, 1854
Editor: William Walker
Language: English
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173bMy refuge is the God of lovePage Scan
175The hill of Zion yieldsPage Scan
176We're marching through Immanuel's groundPage Scan
177With songs and honours sounding loudPage Scan
178From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
180Thy works of glory, mighty LordPage Scan
181aPlung'd in a gulf of dark despairPage Scan
181bWide, ye heavenly gates, unfoldPage Scan
182When for eternal worlds we steerPage Scan
183aApproach, my soul, the mercy seatPage Scan
183bVital spark of heav'nly flamePage Scan
184Cease, fond nature, cease thy strifePage Scan
187I heard a great voice from heav'n, saying unto mePage Scan
189The Lord is ris'n indeed! Hallelujah!Page Scan
192Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesPage Scan
193aOh when shall I see JesusPage Scan
193bJesus grant us all a blessingPage Scan
194Jesus, my all, to heav'n is gonePage Scan
195Oh when shall I see JesusPage Scan
196Away from his home and the friends of his youthPage Scan
197O'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
198Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
199Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
200aThou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamPage Scan
200bI am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleyPage Scan
206I beheld, and lo a great multitude, which no man could numberPage Scan
210The morning sun shines from the eastPage Scan
213David the king was grieved and movedPage Scan
214My friends, I am going a long and tedious journeyPage Scan
249Hark! my soul, it is the LordPage Scan
250When I can read my title clearPage Scan
251'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsPage Scan
252What wondrous love is this, oh! my soul! oh! my soul!Page Scan
253On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
254Since man by sin has lost his GodPage Scan
255See how the wicked kingdomPage Scan
256I came to the place where the lone pilgrim layPage Scan
257Thou art gone to the grave--but we will not deplore theePage Scan
258Our bondage it shall end, by and by, by and byPage Scan
259In the floods of tribulationPage Scan
260Columbia! Columbia! to glory arisePage Scan
262Hark! from the tombs a doleful soundPage Scan
263Today, if you will hear his voicePage Scan
264Sometimes a light surprisesPage Scan
265High o'er the hills the mountains risePage Scan
266Where are the Hebrew children?Page Scan
267aIf God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
267bLet party names no morePage Scan
268In evil long I took delightPage Scan
269Let me go to my home in the far distant westPage Scan
270The glorious light of ZionPage Scan
271aLet ev'ry mortal ear attendPage Scan
271bI love the volume of thy wordPage Scan
272My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
273How beauteous are their feetPage Scan
274Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
275Rock of Ages, shelter me!Page Scan
276aMy God, my portion, and my lovePage Scan
276bWhy do we mourn departing friends?Page Scan
277How precious, Lord, thy sacred wordPage Scan
278aYe nations of the earth, rejoicePage Scan
278bOn the mountian's top appearingPage Scan
279aThere is a land of pure delightPage Scan
279bYe trembling captives hear!Page Scan
280aCome, sound his name abroadPage Scan
280bTo God our voices let us raisePage Scan
281aAnd am I born to die?Page Scan
281bJoy to the world, the Lord is comePage Scan
282How pleased and blest was IPage Scan
283How long, dear Jesus, oh! how longPage Scan
284aShall wisdom cry aloudPage Scan
284bGive me the wings of faith to risePage Scan
285aAnd must I be to judgment broughtPage Scan
285bHow sweet the melting layPage Scan
286My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
287How pleasant, how divinely fairPage Scan
288aThus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
288bLife is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
289Come ye who know the Lord indeedPage Scan
290aOh! thou, whose tender mercy hearsPage Scan
290bMy dearest, lovely, native landPage Scan
291a'Tis by faith of joys to comePage Scan
291bLord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
292Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
293aHis hoary frost, his fleecy snowPage Scan
293bWhen I can read my title clearPage Scan
294Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
295This life's a dream, and empty showPage Scan
296Let every creature joinPage Scan
298How sweet to reflect on the joys that await mePage Scan
299All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
300aOh! for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
300bCome, happy souls, approach your GodPage Scan
301Hark! listen to the trumpeters!Page Scan
302Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
303Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
304What's this that in my soul is rising?Page Scan
305Shed not a tear, o'er your friend's early bierPage Scan
306What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame!Page Scan
307Hasten, Lord, the glorious timePage Scan

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