A Selection of Hymns and Poems, for the Use of Believers, Collected from Sundry Authors

Editor: Richard McNemar
Published: 1833
Place of Publication: Watervliet, Oh.
Denomination: Shakers
Notes: Hymnal missing hymns A51-A57, C3-C4, C8, C12-C13, C19-C21, D1-D2, and D4-D5. The letter prefixes A, B, C, and D are representative of parts I, II, III, and IV respectively.
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A1What baleful spirit, what malignant causePage Scan
A2We read, when God created manPage Scan
A3First father Adam, where art thouPage Scan
A4With pious pretensions, and lying inventionsPage Scan
A5Adieu to old Adam the firstPage Scan
A6O bless and praise the New CreationPage Scan
A7Souls that hunger for salvationPage Scan
A8Come, ye souls that want salvationPage Scan
A9O the blessed revelationPage Scan
A10Hail the day so long expectedPage Scan
A11The dawning day defused her lightPage Scan
A12O thou persecuting BabelPage Scan
A13O union, what a blessed sound!Page Scan
A14Come, come, every good believer comePage Scan
A15If we should examine the universe roundPage Scan
A16The old antichristians this method have foundPage Scan
A17The army of Christ has begun to paradePage Scan
A18What a day I have foundPage Scan
A19All nature calls for busy handsPage Scan
A20To be in my duty, by night and by dayPage Scan
A21The law that came by Moses was holyPage Scan
A22O Zion, thou city where God is revealedPage Scan
A23Come brethren and sisters, who standPage Scan
A24O what peace and consolationPage Scan
A25The King of kings and Lord of hostsPage Scan
A26The birthday of Jesus, O how it doth pleasePage Scan
A27If angels sung praises, when Jesus was bornPage Scan
A28Hail the memorable mornPage Scan
A29About eighteen centuries agoPage Scan
A30All hail the last month in the yearPage Scan
A31As this is the morn, that the Savior was bornPage Scan
A32Four thousand years had rolled awayPage Scan
A33What think ye of Christ? is the testPage Scan
A34O blessed gospel, heav'nly sound!Page Scan
A35Come, let us all be of good cheerPage Scan
A36Here heavy laden souls reposePage Scan
A37Dear friends in gospel I wish you to knowPage Scan
A38Kind brethren and sisters, I love you most dear!Page Scan
A39While folly engages the millions abroadPage Scan
A40How easy the cord that unites us in onePage Scan
A41Those who will complain and murmurPage Scan
A42The artful delusion and guilePage Scan
A43As we progress in righteousnessPage Scan
A44Come, thou king of peace and unionPage Scan
A45The greatest pleasure I could ever findPage Scan
A46I'm blest with the gospel of salvationPage Scan
A47No adverse winds my course shall bindPage Scan
A48How dissatisfaction will roll thourgh the mindPage Scan
A49Lord, thy name shall be exaltedPage Scan
A50In this world of tribulationPage Scan
A58Come on, fellow travelers, to Zion we're goingPage Scan
A59Embrace with joy what mother teachesPage Scan
A60Come, virgins arise and dispel all your fearsPage Scan
A61Gospel orders I'll obeyPage Scan
A62How thankful, how thankful, I gladly embracePage Scan
A63In the church of Christ and motherPage Scan
A64More life and zeal, I want to feelPage Scan
A65Come, let us all be marching onPage Scan
B1Our mother has finished her work here on earthPage Scan
B2Our mother, it seems, is deceasedPage Scan
B3Our precious mother now is gone to restPage Scan
B4Our good father David has finished his daysPage Scan
B5Come, come, loving children, around you may gatherPage Scan
B6A mother in Isr'lPage Scan
B7Our dear beloved eldress Martha's fledPage Scan
B8Here lies the corpse of elder brother JohnPage Scan
B9Our kind elder brother his breath has resignedPage Scan
B10How solemn the occasion on which we assemblePage Scan
B11Come now, dear friends, and gather nearPage Scan
B12A lovely youth has had to yeildPage Scan
B13Our sister, now, has bid adieuPage Scan
B14Farewell, loving sister, farewell in the LordPage Scan
B15Come brethren and sisters in gospel relationPage Scan
B16In good Eldress Tincy we truly must sayPage Scan
B17And is Hortency really out of sightPage Scan
B18A faithful crossbearer is now gone to restPage Scan
B19How I prize my lovely treasurePage Scan
B20Ev'ry cord thy hand hath lengthen'dPage Scan
B21Ye blooming youth, come venture nighPage Scan
B22What is this body here or there?Page Scan
C1I am a cross-bearer, my service is freePage Scan
C2What pains and afflictions, and dolefulPage Scan
C5O Zion, raise thy cheerful voicePage Scan
C6When the ghost of some false prophetPage Scan
C7I love my Captain, that I doPage Scan
C9May I my precious time improvePage Scan
C10Come Mount-Zion's lovely children!Page Scan
C11How happy that immortal mind Who restsPage Scan
C14Obedience is the only wayPage Scan
C15We have now had a feastPage Scan
C16O come, loving brethren, and kind sisters tooPage Scan
C17Lo lo the summer is nearPage Scan
C18O sing all ye living, with joy and thankasgivingPage Scan
C22Come, ye souls that are sincerePage Scan
C23This gospel subjection, alas, says the fleshPage Scan
C24What heavenly comfort Jehovah's allottedPage Scan
C25Come, let us be traveling onPage Scan
C26My robe is new, my crown is brightPage Scan
D3When Christ, as the way to the FatherPage Scan
D6Adieu to the doleful distressPage Scan

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