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Sacred Melodies: for conference and prayer meetings and for social and private devotion (5th ed.)

Publisher: Trustees of Freewill Baptist Convention, Dover, N.H., 1842
Denomination: Free Will Baptists
Language: English
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1Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
2In evil long I took delightPage Scan
3Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gonePage Scan
4I love my Lord, I love his lawsPage Scan
5How precious is the name, brethren singPage Scan
6Morning breaks upon the tombPage Scan
7Come, all ye sons of ZionPage Scan
8Pray on, my brethren, in the LordPage Scan
9Saw ye [you] my Savior, saw ye [you] my SaviorPage Scan
10Now behold, the Savior pleadingPage Scan
11Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languishPage Scan
12Brethren, we have met to worship, and adore the Lord our GodPage Scan
13O [When] thou my righteous Judge shall [shalt] comePage Scan
14Did Christ o'er sinners weepPage Scan
15Glory to God that I have foundPage Scan
16Dark and thorny [stormy] is the desertPage Scan
17The pure testimony put [poured] forth in the spiritPage Scan
18How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the LordPage Scan
19Where two or three, with sweet accordPage Scan
20Come, my brethren, let us tryPage Scan
21From whence doth [does] this [the] union arisePage Scan
22Whither goest thou, pilgrim strangerPage Scan
23Brethren, while we sojourn herePage Scan
24When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plainPage Scan
25The day is past and gone, the evening shades appearPage Scan
26To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to departPage Scan
27As on the cross the Savior hungPage Scan
28What heavenly music do I [we] hearPage Scan
29Come thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
30Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joysPage Scan
31When strangers stand and hear me tellPage Scan
32Salvation, O the joyful soundPage Scan
33By whom was David taughtPage Scan
34When I can read my title clearPage Scan
35The Lord into his garden comesPage Scan
36Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
37Young people, all, attention givePage Scan
38Hail the blest morn when [see] the great MediatorPage Scan
39Come, anxious sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
40How happy are they, Who the [their] Savior [Jesus] obeyPage Scan
41I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
42Ye objects of sense, and enjoyments of timePage Scan
43Jesus, to every willing mindPage Scan
44What sinners value, I resignPage Scan
45O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him abovePage Scan
46A fountain in Jesus, which runs always [always runs] freePage Scan
47Lo! he comes, with clouds descendingPage Scan
48The gospel trumpet has been blownPage Scan
49Jerusalem, my happy home, O how I long for theePage Scan
50Hark, my soul, it is the LordPage Scan
51Sinner [sinners], will you [ye] scorn [slight] the messagePage Scan
52Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powersPage Scan
53O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
54Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?Page Scan
55Arise, my soul, arise, shake offPage Scan
56Poor mourning souls, in deep distressPage Scan
57Drooping saints no longer grieve, HeavenPage Scan
58'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
59Our souls by [in] love together knit [drawn] [joined]Page Scan
60O turn ye [you] poor sinners, for why will ye [you] diePage Scan
61Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
62My days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] yearsPage Scan
63How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hoursPage Scan
64O, could my soul this morning risePage Scan
65How happy is the pilgrim's lotPage Scan
66Today if ye [you] will hear his voicePage Scan
67O thou in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
68On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eyePage Scan
69Lord, at thy temple we appear, As happy Simon camePage Scan
70There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
71He dies, the friend of sinners diesPage Scan
72How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgivenPage Scan
73Come ye [you] sinners, poor and wretched [needy], Weak and woundedPage Scan
74Why sleep we, my brethren? come, let us arisePage Scan
75The pleasures of earth I have seen fade awayPage Scan
76I'm not ashamed to own my [the] LordPage Scan
77I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stayPage Scan
78Ah, whither should I goPage Scan
79Almighty Savior, here we standPage Scan
80Salem's bright King Jesus by namePage Scan
81Our dearest Lord look from abovePage Scan
82To the flowing stream of JordanPage Scan
83Behold the grave where Jesus layPage Scan
84Christians, if your [our] hearts be [are] warmPage Scan
85In all my Lord's appointed waysPage Scan
86Descend, celestial DovePage Scan
87Burst, ye emerald [pearly] gates, and bringPage Scan
88What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
89O tell me no more of this [the] world's vain [vain world's] storePage Scan
90How lost was [is] my [our] conditionPage Scan
91Say, sinner, hath a voice withinPage Scan
92Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friendsPage Scan
93O for a heart that loves to prayPage Scan
94Children of Zion, what harp notes are stealingPage Scan
95Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
96Sinners, this solemn truth regardPage Scan
97Lift up your hearts to things abovePage Scan
98Once more, in the Redeemer's namePage Scan
99Hail ye sighing sons of sorrowPage Scan
100And let this feeble body failPage Scan

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