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The Wesleyan Harp, a Collection of Hymns and Tunes Suitable for Social Worship. 1st ed.

Editor: A. D. Merrill, W. C. Brown
Publisher: A. D. Merrill & W. C. Brown, Boston, Mass., 1834
Denomination: Methodist hymnals (general)
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2Ah how fleeting and how vain
d3All hail the great Immanuel's name
d4And let this feeble body fail
d5Angel [Angels], roll the rock [stone] away
d6Arise, my soul, to Pisgah's height
d7Awake, and sing the song of Moses and the Lamb
d8Awake our drowsy souls, shake off
d9Be thou, O God, exalted high
d10Behold the mountain of the Lord
d11Behold the Savior of mankind
d12Behold, the warlike trumpets blow
d13Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d14Child of want and doubt and pain
d15Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d16Come and let us sweetly join
d17Come away to the skies, my beloved, arise
d18Come, let us join our friends above, who [that] have obtained the prize
d19Come on, my partners in distress
d20Come, thou soul transforming Spirit
d21Come tune, ye saints, your noblest strains
d22Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d23Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d24Courage, my soul, behold the prize
d25Daughter of Zion, from the dust
d26Deathless spirit [principle], now arise [come arise]
d27Down to the tomb our brother goes
d28Far above yon glorious ceiling
d29Farewell, my dear brethren, beloved of the Lord
d30Forever here my rest shall [will] be, close
d31From every earthly pleasure
d32From gloomy dejection my thoughts mount the sky
d33From Greenland's icy mountains
d34From Jesse's Root, behold a Branch arise
d35From Niger's dubious billow
d36Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
d37Glorious things of thee are spoken
d38Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]
d39Hail, thou happy morn, so glorious
d40Hail ye hosts of seraphs bright
d41Hark, what is that note So mournful and slow
d42Hark, what mean those holy voices
d43Hear what God the Lord hath [has] spoken
d44Ho, everyone that thirsts, draw nigh
d45How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgiven
d46How long by Babel's stream
d47How lost was [is] my [our] condition
d48How still and peaceful is [Lord] the grave
d49How sweet in the musing [musings] of faith to repair
d50How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]
d51How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hours
d52I want a principle within
d53I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d54id scenes of affliction with sorrow oppressed
d55I'm not ashamed to own my [the] Lord
d56Jerusalem, my happy home, name ever dear to me
d57Jesus comes with all his grace
d58Jesus, full of condescension
d59Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave
d60Jesus, our Prince and Savior
d61Jesus, take all the praise
d62Jesus, the Conqueror, reigns
d63Jesus, thy blood and righteousness
d64Jesus, thy love shall [can] we forget
d65Jesus, transporting sound [name]
d66Kingdoms wide, that sit in darkness
d67Let others, wrapt in self conceit
d68Light of those whose dreary dwelling
d69Lord, how secure and blest [blessed] are they
d70Lord, send thy word, and let it fly [run]
d71Many woes had Christ endured
d72My God, permit me [us] not to be a stranger
d73O could I soar to worlds above
d74O, for a [an] heart to praise [love] my God
d75O for a closer walk with God
d76O for that tenderness of heart
d77O Jesus, my Savior, to Thee I submit
d78O no, we cannot sing the songs made for Jehovah's Praise
d79O praise ye the Lord, Prepare your glad voice
d80O tell me no more of this [the] world's vain [vain world's] store
d81O that I had some humble [sacred] [secret] place
d82O Thou from whom all goodness flows
d83O thou God of my salvation
d84O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
d85O thou who diest the mourner's tear
d86O Thou, whose tender mercy hears
d87O what shall I do my Savior to praise
d88O when shall I [we] see Jesus and dwell [reign] with Him above
d89O where's the hand held out to cheer
d90O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wave
d91On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d92On the mountain [mountain's] top appearing
d93Once I thought my mountain strong
d94Once more my eyes behold the day
d95Partners of a glorious hope, Lift your hearts
d96Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d97Safely through another week
d98Savior, richest source of pleasure
d99See, how many, lately bowing
d100See, Jesus [Jesu], thy disciples, see

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