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Village Hymns for Social Worship, Selected and Original: designed as a supplement to the Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts (6th ed.)

Editor: Asahel Nettleton
Publisher: Printed for the publishers and sold by Elisha Sands, New York, 1826
Denomination: Congregational Church
Language: English
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401Ah! why this disconsolate frame?Page Scan
402'Tis past--the dreadful stormy nightPage Scan
403Our little bark on boist'rous seasPage Scan
404When with my mind devoutly press'dPage Scan
405If God had bid his thunders rollPage Scan
406When any turn from Zion's wayPage Scan
407Thou only Sov'reign of my heartPage Scan
408To whom, my Saviour, shall I goPage Scan
409Beware of Peter's wordPage Scan
410Jesus! and shall it ever bePage Scan
411Shall I, to gain the world's applausePage Scan
412Lord, I am thine, entirely thinePage Scan
413Jesus! our best belovéd FriendPage Scan
414May I resolve with all my heartPage Scan
415People of the living God!Page Scan
416When Jesus bade me leave the worldPage Scan
417Welcome, ye hopeful heirs of heav'nPage Scan
418The day, the gospel day draws nearPage Scan
419Our souls, by love together knitPage Scan
420How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
421Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the wayPage Scan
422"We've no abiding city here"Page Scan
423Our country is Immanuel's groundPage Scan
424While I to grief my soul gave wayPage Scan
425Oh, how divine, how sweet the joyPage Scan
426How much the drooping hearts revivePage Scan
427Convinc'd of sin, men now beginPage Scan
428Now we hail the happy dawningPage Scan
429Yes! we trust the day is breakingPage Scan
430Rejoice, for Christ, the Saviour reignsPage Scan
431O Zion, tune thy voicePage Scan
432Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
433With rev'rend awe, tremendous LordPage Scan
434On the mountain's top appearingPage Scan
435Hark! how from Sinai's mount proceedsPage Scan
436Saw ye not the cloud arisePage Scan
437The day is drawing nighPage Scan
438Love divine, all love excellingPage Scan
439Come, thou Fount of ev'ry blessingPage Scan
440Messiah! at thy glad approachPage Scan
441Hark! from yon wilds is heard the strainPage Scan
442Lift up your eyes, ye sons of lightPage Scan
443See, from Zion's sacred mountainPage Scan
444Hark! hark!--the notes of joyPage Scan
445Hail to the Lord's anointed!Page Scan
446Obedient to our Zion's KingPage Scan
447United pray'rs ascend to theePage Scan
448See Israel's gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
449Shepherd, who lead'st with tender carePage Scan
450Attend, ye children of your GodPage Scan
451Thy people, Lord, who trust thy wordPage Scan
452Eternal God! Almighty causePage Scan
453O thou great Monarch, in thy mightPage Scan
454Sov'reign of worlds abovePage Scan
455O God of sov'reign gracePage Scan
456Great God, the nations of the earthPage Scan
457Oh, when shall Afric's sable racePage Scan
458O'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
459Exert thy pow'r, thy rights maintainPage Scan
460Infinite excellence is thinePage Scan
461Mountains of Israel, rear on highPage Scan
462Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
463The trump of Israel's jubileePage Scan
464Tho' now the nations sit beneathPage Scan
465That mighty angel, to whose handPage Scan
466Behold, high in the midst of heav'nPage Scan
467Arise, great God, and let thy gracePage Scan
468Shepherd of Isael, thou did'st leadPage Scan
469Father of faithful Abra'm, hearPage Scan
470The Lord will not forget the gracePage Scan
471Indulgent God, to thee we prayPage Scan
472O thou, who from thy glorious thronePage Scan
473Sov'reign of worlds! display thy pow'rPage Scan
474Great Saviour, let thy pow'r divinePage Scan
475Millions there are on heathen groundPage Scan
476Look down, O God, with pitying eyePage Scan
477Arm of the Lord, awake, awake!Page Scan
478Who, but thou, almighty Spirit Page Scan
479When will the happy trump proclaimPage Scan
480Hark! 'tis the Prophet of the skiesPage Scan
481Behold! the mountain of the LordPage Scan
482Behold the glorious dawning brightPage Scan
483Ascend thy throne, Almighty KingPage Scan
484Bright as the sun's meridian blazePage Scan
485Let saints on earth their anthems raisePage Scan
486Hark! a cry among the nations!Page Scan
487Hark! the song of JubileePage Scan
488Assembled at thy great commandPage Scan
489Behold th' expected time draw nearPage Scan
490Indulgent God of love and pow'rPage Scan
491The Lord on mortal worms looks downPage Scan
492From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
493Ye Messengers of ChristPage Scan
494Go, much lov'd brethren, haste and rearPage Scan
495Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaimPage Scan
496Go, messenger of love, and bearPage Scan
497Sound, sound the truth abroadPage Scan
498Go, ye messengers of GodPage Scan
499Go, ye heralds of salvationPage Scan
500Kindred, and friends, and native landPage Scan

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