Sacred Melodies for Social Worship

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Editor: Rev. H. Mattison
Publisher: Mason Brothers, New York, 1859
Denomination: Methodist hymnals (general)
Language: English
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1Come, thou Fount of every blessingPage Scan
2My rest is in heaven, my rest is not herePage Scan
3Though fierce the howling winds may blowPage Scan
4I have some friends before me gonePage Scan
5O brethren, will you meet mePage Scan
6Tho' in the outward church belowPage Scan
7Alas! and did my Savior bleedPage Scan
8Alas! and did my Saviour bleedPage Scan
9Alas! and did my Saviour bleedPage Scan
10Jesus my all to heav'n is gonePage Scan
11Sinner, we are sent to bid youPage Scan
12Jesus, most holy onePage Scan
13A charge to keep I havePage Scan
14Come, my brethren, will you meet mePage Scan
15I'm but a stranger herePage Scan
16When I can read my title clearPage Scan
17Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
18Come to JesusPage Scan
19I long to see the season comePage Scan
20Come, ye that love the Lord indeedPage Scan
21O for a thousand tongues, to singPage Scan
22I would not live alwayPage Scan
23I'm a lonely traveler herePage Scan
24O for the death of thosePage Scan
25Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
26O cease, my wandering soulPage Scan
27O where can rest be foundPage Scan
28I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a strangerPage Scan
29I saw a wide and well-spread boardPage Scan
30"Go, bring me," said the dying fairPage Scan
31There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
32Oh, could I speak the matchless worthPage Scan
33O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delightPage Scan
34Now the Saviour stands and pleadingPage Scan
35There is a stream, whose gentle flowPage Scan
36Oh, turn ye, oh. turn ye, for why will ye die?Page Scan
37I have sought round the verdant earthPage Scan
38There is a happy landPage Scan
39aOh, for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
39bThere is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
40My dearest friends in bonds of lovePage Scan
41And can it be that I should gainPage Scan
42Sinners. turn, why will ye die?Page Scan
43And must I be to judgment broughtPage Scan
44When pity prompts me to look roundPage Scan
45Oh, brethren, be faithfulPage Scan
46Jesus drinks the bitter cupPage Scan
47Oh, for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
48Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
49Come on, my partneres in distressPage Scan
50Sweet is the work, my God, my KingPage Scan
51Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
52"Are we almost there? are we almost there?"Page Scan
53The Lord into his garden comesPage Scan
54Star of peace, to wanderers drearyPage Scan
55And let this feeble body failPage Scan
56Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
57Then will I tell to sinners roundPage Scan
58O when shall I see JesusPage Scan
59Today the Saviour calls!Page Scan
60My soul repeat his praisePage Scan
61Saw ye my Saviour?Page Scan
62O that my load of sin were gonePage Scan
63O brethren, I have foundPage Scan
64Oh, they crucified my SaviourPage Scan
65We're passing from the earth awayPage Scan
66O wash my soul from every sinPage Scan
67We're traveling home to heaven abovePage Scan
68Ye angels, who mortals attendPage Scan
69I know that my Redeemer livesPage Scan
70Farewell, my dear brethren, the time is at handPage Scan
71Fight on, ye bold soldiers, you will soon be dischargedPage Scan
72Don't get weary, brotherPage Scan
73Come classmates, don't grow wearyPage Scan
74The day is past and gonePage Scan
75Ah guilty sinner, ruined by transgressionPage Scan
76Hearken ye sprightly, and attend ye vain onesPage Scan
77Behold the Saviour of mankindPage Scan
78Farewell, dear friends, I must be gonePage Scan
79Who are these in bright arrayPage Scan
80Who are these arrayed in whitePage Scan
81Palms of glory, raiment brightPage Scan
82How lost was my conditionPage Scan
83How lost was my conditionPage Scan
84Yet save a trembling sinner, LordPage Scan
85Afflictions, tho' they seem severePage Scan
86Afflictions, tho' they seem severePage Scan
87I'll praise him while he gives me breathPage Scan
88Oh, for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
89Come and taste along with mePage Scan
90Christian, awake! the light breaks o'er theePage Scan
91Burst, ye emerald gates and bringPage Scan
92While nature was sinking in stillness to restPage Scan
93How can I vent my grief?Page Scan
94There is a land of pleasurePage Scan
95Oh, tell me no more Page Scan
96'Tis the last sun that everPage Scan
97'Tis the last blooming summerPage Scan
98'Tis the last call of mercyPage Scan
99Hark! listen to the trumpeters Page Scan

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