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Songs in the Night (2nd ed.)

Author: Susanna Harrison
Publisher: Printed by Henry Ranlet, for Angier March, Exeter, N. H., 1802
Language: English
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1Rapid my days and months run onPage Scan
2O Thou, who shin'st in bright abodePage Scan
3How should the morning of my daysPage Scan
4God of my days, God of my nightsPage Scan
5Begone my worldly cares, away!Page Scan
6Awake my heart! my soul, arise!Page Scan
7Let me adore His boundless gracePage Scan
8To us, to us a Child is bornPage Scan
9Now let my faith look through her fearsPage Scan
10Now may the God of boundless gracePage Scan
11Come, view the field of love divinePage Scan
12Is Jesus evermore the same?Page Scan
13O happy souls that love the LordPage Scan
14Good news these blessed words impartPage Scan
15Shew me the soul to doubts expos'dPage Scan
16Riches immense are in Thy handPage Scan
17To Him, to Him whose love hath wroughtPage Scan
18Let praise employ my heart and tonguePage Scan
19Jesus, the Great, the Mighty GodPage Scan
20Lord, search and try this heart of minePage Scan
21Attend my soul, and trembling hearPage Scan
22Let not the learned and the wisePage Scan
23Often, Great God, I've heard of TheePage Scan
24I fear the God of Heaven and EarthPage Scan
25God and His law are my delightPage Scan
26Condemn me not, most gracious GodPage Scan
27Thou God of justice and gracePage Scan
28Well may I groan beneath Thy strokePage Scan
29Oft has my soul in secret bless'dPage Scan
30Tremble, my soul, fall down beforePage Scan
31The Tri-une God abovePage Scan
32Salvation's work is donePage Scan
33To Him that brought salvation nighPage Scan
34The rain descends, the tempests risePage Scan
35Behold, He comes, the Saviour comesPage Scan
36Let others, wrapt in self-conceitPage Scan
37Turn, O my soul, from Moses turnPage Scan
38Look unto Me, - the Saviour criesPage Scan
39Let all my anxious cares be gonePage Scan
40O soul-reviving wordPage Scan
41High in the Heavens doth God residePage Scan
42This blessing, Lord, to me impartPage Scan
43By holiness and watchful carePage Scan
44Why should the dread of sinful manPage Scan
45Deceivers will affect t' appearPage Scan
46Now, whilst I try my heartPage Scan
47Lord, captivate my ev'ry thoughtPage Scan
48Christian, wouldst thou in grace excelPage Scan
49Grace will to every duty bindPage Scan
50Where is the understanding heartPage Scan
51This wretched heart will still backslidePage Scan
52Will God be merciful to mePage Scan
53Be merciful, O God, to mePage Scan
54Ye highly favour'd who professPage Scan
55Lord, what am I without Thy love?Page Scan
56This wretched heart will still backslidePage Scan
57Will God be merciful to mePage Scan
58BE merciful, O God, to me,Page Scan
59Come, O my doubting soul, attendPage Scan
60Thine anger, Lord, how short the stayPage Scan
61Come, each desponding, drooping soulPage Scan
62Thou art acquainted with my heartPage Scan
63Lord, can a helpless worm, like mePage Scan
64Lord, I confess my guilt and shamePage Scan
65Lord, 'tis enough, at length I ownPage Scan
66No more of works I vainly boastPage Scan
67Why, O my soul, these gloomy fears?Page Scan
68All glory belongs to Jesus alonePage Scan
69Let all the heavenly hosts rejoicePage Scan
70Lord, is it not my soul's desirePage Scan
71Now let my faith grow strong and pleadPage Scan
72O let me lay my anger byPage Scan
73Why, Jonah, does thine anger rise?Page Scan
74Unfertile, intricate, and strangePage Scan
75What ails this vile deceitful heart?Page Scan
76I languish for a fightPage Scan
77No man, nor angel, can comparePage Scan
78Thee will I love, my dearest LordPage Scan
79Jesus, Thy love is still my themePage Scan
80Away, my doubts, be gone, my fearPage Scan
81Who is this heavenly personPage Scan
82Arise, my soul, to Jesus flyPage Scan
83My God, how restless is my mind!Page Scan
84Where shall I go but to my LordPage Scan
85O could I to Jerus'lem goPage Scan
86My life declines, my strength is gonePage Scan
87When will my sweet release be sign'dPage Scan
88Of rest I hear, of rest I talkPage Scan
89O what a vain and empty world is this!Page Scan
90Haste that delightful, awful dayPage Scan
91Now have I spent in sighs and tearsPage Scan
92How are my powers all tun'd to mournPage Scan
93Jesus, my Advocate and KingPage Scan
94Let me lie prostrate on the groundPage Scan
95In this extreme distress of soulPage Scan
96Bring all the brutish and unwisePage Scan
97Jesus, my Hiding-place Thou artPage Scan
98How suitable this word to mePage Scan
99To Thee, my God, I make my moanPage Scan
100O God, how mournful is my case!Page Scan

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