Songs of the Church: or, hymns and tunes for Christian worship

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Editor: Rev. Charles S. Robinson
Publisher: Scribner & Co., New York, 1879
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
Language: English
Notes: Hymns, Doxologies and Chants are numbered separately. There are also some tunes in the back of the hymnal.
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501Happy the meek whose gentle breastPage Scan
502O gift of gifts! O grace of faith! My God, how can it bePage Scan
503Speak gently, it is better farPage Scan
504Walk in the light, so shalt thou [and you shall] knowPage Scan
505Father! whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
506Calm me, my God, and keep me calmPage Scan
507Think gently of the erring onePage Scan
508Is there ambition in my heartPage Scan
509Glory to God, whose witness trainPage Scan
510What though no buds [flowers] the fig tree bear [clothe]Page Scan
511O Lord, my best desire [desires] fulfillPage Scan
512Thy home is with the humble, LordPage Scan
513Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
514Lord, I believe; Thy power I ownPage Scan
515And can mine eyes, without a tearPage Scan
516Faith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
517Rejoice in God [Christ] alwayPage Scan
518Man's wisdom is to seekPage Scan
519Be tranquil, O my soulPage Scan
520In true and patient hopePage Scan
521If, through unruffled seas, Toward heaven we calmly sailPage Scan
522Jesus, my strength, my hopePage Scan
523Where wilt thou put thy trustPage Scan
524Christ, of all my hopes the groundPage Scan
525Father of eternal grace!Page Scan
526Joyful be the hours todayPage Scan
527Lord, forever at thy side, Let [May] my placePage Scan
528Jesus, Lord, we look to theePage Scan
529Lord, if thou thy [the] grace impartPage Scan
530Not all the nobles of the earth who boast the honors of their birthPage Scan
531Who shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
532Lord, how secure and blest are theyPage Scan
533Now to the power of God SupremePage Scan
534Let me but hear my [the] Savior sayPage Scan
535No more, ye wise, your wisdom boastPage Scan
536Away from earth my spirit turnsPage Scan
537Now let our cheerful eyes surveyPage Scan
538We bless thee for thy peace, O GodPage Scan
539If God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
540O God of Bethel, by whose handPage Scan
541My Father, God, how sweet the soundPage Scan
542Firm as the earth thy [the] gospel standsPage Scan
543My God, my Father, blissful [blessed] [cheering] namePage Scan
544Thou very present AidPage Scan
545In every trying hourPage Scan
546What cheering words are thesePage Scan
547Here I can firmly restPage Scan
548Grace, 'tis a charming [cheering] [joyful] [pleasing] soundPage Scan
549Behold what wondrous gracePage Scan
550Go, labor on, spend and be spentPage Scan
551When Jesus dwelt in mortal clayPage Scan
552Go, labor on, while it is dayPage Scan
553Thou God of hope, to thee we bowPage Scan
554Father of mercies, send thy gracePage Scan
555Blest is the man, whose softening [generous] heartPage Scan
556Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
557My soul be on thy [your] guardPage Scan
558Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At evePage Scan
559Make haste, O man, to livePage Scan
560Laborers of Christ, arisePage Scan
561Mine eyes and my desire [desires]Page Scan
562Mourn for the thousands slainPage Scan
563He that [who] goeth forth with weeping, Bearing [sowing] precious seed in lovePage Scan
564Vainly through night's weary [lonely] hoursPage Scan
565Pilgrims in this vale of sorrowPage Scan
566Like the eagle, upward, onwardPage Scan
567Cast thy bread upon the waters Thinking not 'tis thrown awayPage Scan
568Blessed angels, high in heavenPage Scan
569With my substance I will honor my RedeemerPage Scan
570My God, my Father [My God and Father], while [whilst] [though] I stray [pray]Page Scan
571I bless thee, Lord, for sorrows sentPage Scan
572I cannot always trace the wayPage Scan
573O deem not they are blest alonePage Scan
574Thy will be done, I will not fearPage Scan
575If life in sorrow must be spentPage Scan
576When musing sorrow weeps [mourns] the pastPage Scan
577It is the Lord--enthroned in lightPage Scan
578I cannot call affliction sweetPage Scan
579My times of sorrow and of joy Great God, are inPage Scan
580Be merciful to me, O GodPage Scan
581When waves of trouble [sorrow] round me swellPage Scan
582I worship thee, sweet Will of God!Page Scan
583O thou who diest the mourner's tearPage Scan
584One prayer I have, all prayers in onePage Scan
585O thou whose gently chastening handPage Scan
586Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alonePage Scan
587Jesus, in sickness and in painPage Scan
588When languor and disease invadePage Scan
589O throw away thy rodPage Scan
590It is thy hand, my GodPage Scan
591Thy way, not mine, O LordPage Scan
592How tender is thy handPage Scan
593My times are in Thy handPage Scan
594When overwhelmed with griefPage Scan
595Peace, troubled soul, whose [thy] plaintive moanPage Scan
596When gathering clouds [storms] around I viewPage Scan
597When adverse winds and waves arisePage Scan
598Why sinks my soul despondingPage Scan
599Lord God of my salvation, To thee, to TheePage Scan
600Father of mercies, bow thine earPage Scan

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



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