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Songs of Pilgrimage: a hymnal for the churches of Christ (2nd ed.)

Editor: H. L. Hastings
Publisher: Scriptural Tract Repository, Boston, 1888
Denomination: Congregationalist Churches
Language: English
Notes: Some pages were added from another copy.
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201No, I'll repine at death no morePage Scan
202He reigns, the Lord, the [our] Savior reignsPage Scan
203Let me but hear my [the] Savior sayPage Scan
204Now Lord, on every waiting heartPage Scan
205Sing to the Lord, ye sons of gracePage Scan
206Sing of the grace Christ waits to givePage Scan
207Savior of sinners, Lamb of GodPage Scan
208Blest are the humble souls that [who] seePage Scan
209Glory and praise to God our KingPage Scan
210What though the bonds of love divinePage Scan
211Jesus, our Kinsman and our GodPage Scan
212Come Holy Spirit, heavenly guestPage Scan
213Come, O thou Son of God, to mePage Scan
214Peace, earth's last battle has been wonPage Scan
215Shall I for fear of feeble manPage Scan
216Savior of men, Thy searching eyePage Scan
217Now to the Lord, that [who] makes [made] us knowPage Scan
218O Lord, my stregth and righteousnessPage Scan
219It is the Lord, our Saviour's handPage Scan
220The Lord shall [will] come, the earth shall [will] quakePage Scan
221Shall man O God of life and lightPage Scan
222The people that in darkness lay, The confinesPage Scan
223I call the world's Redeemer minePage Scan
224O come, thou radiant morning starPage Scan
225Hosanna, hark, the melodyPage Scan
226Lo God is here let us adorePage Scan
227My Savior, thou thy love to mePage Scan
228My heart is fixed, O God, my heartPage Scan
229From each day's care we gladly fleePage Scan
230As oft, with worn and weary feetPage Scan
231When quiet in my house I sitPage Scan
232Come, O thou traveller unknownPage Scan
233What though my shrinking flesh complainPage Scan
234My prayer hath power with GodPage Scan
235Comfort, ye ministers of gracePage Scan
236He leads his own, enough to knowPage Scan
237Thy Father's house, thine [thy] own bright homePage Scan
238My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousnessPage Scan
239Captain of our salvation, takePage Scan
240O God, what offering shall I givePage Scan
241My heart is full of ChristPage Scan
242Through midnight gloom from MacedonPage Scan
243My Savior, can it ever bePage Scan
244Would Jesus have the [a] sinner diePage Scan
245Weary of wandering from my GodPage Scan
246Not to the mount that burned with fire [flame] to darkness tempest and the soundPage Scan
247Jesus thou great redeeming LordPage Scan
248Lord, when thou comest in thy statePage Scan
249Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for thee Thy saints adore thy holy namePage Scan
250Hark, 'tis the warlike clarionPage Scan
251Comfort, ye ministers of gracePage Scan
252Soon will the sleeping martyrs risePage Scan
253As on the sea of life we sailPage Scan
254The God of glory walks his roundPage Scan
255Away my unbelieving fearPage Scan
256Look up my soul with cheerful eyePage Scan
257Silent, like men in solemn hastePage Scan
258Give to the Lord, ye sons of famePage Scan
259O Father, God, who art in heavenPage Scan
260Awake, my soul, awake, my tonguePage Scan
261Ride on, ride on in majestyPage Scan
262Surrounded by a host of foesPage Scan
263Great God of wonders all thy waysPage Scan
264Awake, Jerusalem, awakePage Scan
265O sweetly through the gloomy yearsPage Scan
266Strangers and pilgrims here confest [confessed]Page Scan
267Jerusalem, divine abode, the cityPage Scan
268Ho, everyone that thirsts, draw nighPage Scan
269Hearken to me with earnest carePage Scan
270When strangers stand and hear me tellPage Scan
271O thou who art by all adoredPage Scan
272God is my refuge, not one fearPage Scan
273Thou whom my soul admires abovePage Scan
274Jesus, thy boundless love to mePage Scan
275O draw me, Father [Savior], after theePage Scan
276And can it be that I should gain [claim]Page Scan
277Fain would I leave the world belowPage Scan
278Meek, patient Son of God and manPage Scan
279Now have I found the ground whereinPage Scan
280O love, thou bottomless [fathomless] abyssPage Scan
281Redeemer, whither should I fleePage Scan
282I'm not ashamed to own my [the] LordPage Scan
283My heart hath found a quiet restPage Scan
284While life prolongs its precious lightPage Scan
285Command thy blessing from abovePage Scan
286Lord, I believe were sinners morePage Scan
287Arise, arise, with joy surveyPage Scan
288Jesus, thy church with longing eyesPage Scan
289God is our refuge and defense In trouble our unfailing aidPage Scan
290Now unto him who on the treePage Scan
291O for a glance of heavenly dayPage Scan
292Now by the bowels [mercies] of my [our] God [Lord]Page Scan
293Throughout the hours of darkness dimPage Scan
294O Jesus, great and wondrous KingPage Scan
295Jesus, thou joy of loving heartsPage Scan
296Jesus, thou everlasting kingPage Scan
297All night in prayer, whilst others sleptPage Scan
298Ye Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaimPage Scan
299Within the garden's whispering shadePage Scan
300'Tis midnight, and on Olive's browPage Scan

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