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Songs of Beulah : A New Collection of Music for Sunday Schools, Families and Devotional Meetings

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7Fair land of Beulah, rest of weary pilgrimsPage Scan
8Beside a manger lowlyPage Scan
10When I can read my title clearPage Scan
11There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
12Alas! and did my Savior bleedPage Scan
13I lay my sins on JesusPage Scan
14Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
15Lamb of God, I look to theePage Scan
17I am Jesus' little lambPage Scan
18Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
19My church, my church, my dear old church!Page Scan
20Delay not! delay not! O sinner, draw nearPage Scan
21Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear mePage Scan
22In the vineyard of our fatherPage Scan
23aBeautiful Saviour! King of creation!Page Scan
23bHoly Ghost, with light divinePage Scan
24Give, give, willingly givePage Scan
26O father, dear father, come stand by my sidePage Scan
28Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
29aSoftly now the light of dayPage Scan
29bNow the shades of night are gonePage Scan
30Seeing I am Jesus' LambPage Scan
31When our fathers long agoPage Scan
32Oh, for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
33Rock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
35Welcome, welcome, quiet morningPage Scan
36Here in the body pentPage Scan
37There is a happy land, Far, far awayPage Scan
38And let this feeble body failPage Scan
39Saviour, when in dust to theePage Scan
40Safely through another weekPage Scan
41Oh, for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
42High in yonder realms of lightPage Scan
43Jesus! name of wondrous lovePage Scan
44Close the door lightlyPage Scan
45aJesus, see a little childPage Scan
45bChildren of the heavenly KingPage Scan
47Poor and needy though I bePage Scan
48When little Samuel wokePage Scan
49aTo thy temple I repair, LordPage Scan
49bWhen shall we meet again?Page Scan
50Hark! the morning bells are ringing!Page Scan
51Glory to the Father givePage Scan
53God is my light! God is my light!Page Scan
54My life's a shade, my daysPage Scan
55How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
57Daughter of Zion! awake from thy sadnessPage Scan
58Over there love only dwellethPage Scan
59Two sisters whom the Saviour lov'dPage Scan
60Blessed are the poor in spiritPage Scan
62When we hear the music ringingPage Scan
63Stay, father, stay, the night is wildPage Scan
64Christ was teaching all the dayPage Scan
65The morning sky is bright and clearPage Scan
66Feeble, helpless, how shall IPage Scan
68Sinners, turn, why will ye die?Page Scan
69What shall little children bringPage Scan
70There is a land immortalPage Scan
71Come, thou Fount of ev'ry blessingPage Scan
73Homeward bound! homeward bound!Page Scan
74Was there no room in BethlehemPage Scan
75When Sabbath morning bellsPage Scan
76The precious blood of JesusPage Scan
77The Bible! the Bible! how sweet the name soundsPage Scan
79Hark! how the watchmen cryPage Scan
80The fountain flows, the fountain flowsPage Scan
81Let all the heathen writers joinPage Scan
83Go in thy deepest griefPage Scan
84Where, where are all the birds that sangPage Scan
85How sweet to reflect on those joys that await mePage Scan
88Christ, the Lord, is ris'en to-dayPage Scan
89Our fathers who gave us this landPage Scan
91There is a reaper whose name is DeathPage Scan
92Watchman! tell us of the nightPage Scan
94Out in the gloomy night sadly I roamPage Scan
95Now I lay me down to sleepPage Scan
96Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
97When I am old, when I am oldPage Scan
98Shadows are gently, slowing creepingPage Scan
100No sickness there, no sickness therePage Scan
101Lord, all I am is known to TheePage Scan
102Speak not harshly; much of carePage Scan
103Why have we lips, if not to singPage Scan
105Come holy Spirit, heavn'ly DovePage Scan
106Zion stands with hills surroundedPage Scan
108Out in the tempest toss'd wild ocean's wavePage Scan
109Roll on, thou mighty oceanPage Scan
111Far away from all these dark and gloomy scenes of nightPage Scan
114Bright morn hath shut her eye of pridePage Scan
115No tear shall be in heav'nPage Scan
117Gentle Shepherd, thou hast still'dPage Scan
118Abide with me! fast falls the even-tidePage Scan
119Wake, awake, for night is flyingPage Scan
121Angels will come to me when I diePage Scan
122Sinners, turn, why will ye die?Page Scan
124Sow in the morn thy seedPage Scan
125Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamsPage Scan
126Who'll join our Bible bandPage Scan
128There's many a trouble would burst like a bubblePage Scan
129Glory to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan

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