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

Editor: H. L. Hastings
Publisher: Scriptural Tract Repository, Boston, 1888
Denomination: Disciples of Christ
Language: English
Notes: Some pages were added from another copy.
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901The last loud trumpet's wondrous soundPage Scan
902I love the volume [volumes] of thy wordPage Scan
903Ye that delight to serve the LordPage Scan
904Think, mighty God, on feeble manPage Scan
905O God, amid earth's sore distressPage Scan
906We praise and magnify Thy namePage Scan
907Let all the [on] earth their voices raise, to singPage Scan
908O Jesus, source of calm reposePage Scan
909Hail, Jesus, hail, our great High PriestPage Scan
910Ye angels, put the sickle inPage Scan
911O God of my salvation, hear and helpPage Scan
912Come Holy Ghost, all quickening fire, [come and] my hallowed [consecreated] heart inspirePage Scan
913God is our refuge in distress, A present helpPage Scan
914O God of good, the unfathomed seaPage Scan
915Our friendship sanctify and guidePage Scan
916Prostrate with eyes of faith I seePage Scan
917With one consent we join to blessPage Scan
918One thing have I desired of theePage Scan
919What, my soul, should bow thee downPage Scan
920Welcome, from beneath the wavePage Scan
921Come, my soul, and let us try, For a little seasonPage Scan
922See, he comes, he won the dayPage Scan
923Boundless mercy from abovePage Scan
924O how beautiful their feetPage Scan
925If in dust I'm doomed to sleepPage Scan
926See on high the myriad starsPage Scan
927Though my flesh and heart may failPage Scan
928Ah this heart is void and chillPage Scan
929Suffering Savior, Lamb of GodPage Scan
930Jesus, Lamb of God, thou artPage Scan
931Rest in peace, thy woes are pastPage Scan
932Saviour, bless us as we partPage Scan
933Faint not, weary pilgrim, faint not by the wayPage Scan
934Forward, Christian soldiers, through a hostile landPage Scan
935Where the mourner, weepingPage Scan
936Cease my soul, thy strayingsPage Scan
937Bells of joy are ringingPage Scan
938Lonely and dejected see the lost one pinePage Scan
939Set thy windows openPage Scan
940Ah what words of dangerPage Scan
941Why that look of sadnessPage Scan
942To the far off regionsPage Scan
943Welcome, happy morning, age to age shall sayPage Scan
944Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighPage Scan
945There is a King of glory Ere long on earth to rise[There is a King of Glory]Page Scan
946There will be no sin nor painPage Scan
947There are angels ever near usPage Scan
948Hear the sweet, consoling wordPage Scan
949O ye saints, whose eyes are heavyPage Scan
950Will you flee to Christ for refugePage Scan
951I have heard of the angel throngsPage Scan
952Beside yon pearly portalsPage Scan
953From Bethlehem's lowly mangerPage Scan
954Earthly pomp may lure thine eyePage Scan
955Now the gracious Savior standsPage Scan
956Who hath sorrow, who hath woePage Scan
957O, word of peace to souls opprest [oppressed]Page Scan
958Just as God leads me I would goPage Scan
959Ye soldiers of the risen LordPage Scan
960Beside the cross where Jesus hungPage Scan
961The Lord, the Judge, before his thronePage Scan
962Hark, listen to the trumpeters They sound for volunteersPage Scan
963If thou shalt in thine heart believePage Scan
964Behold, one standeth at the door and callethPage Scan
965O all ye lands exalt his famePage Scan
966O that I knew the secret placePage Scan
967My Father, see thy wandering onePage Scan
968Buried beneath the yielding wavePage Scan
969Thou art the Way, to thee alonePage Scan
970O what a costly sacrificePage Scan
971Now Savior, bless us as we partPage Scan
972Hallelujah, Christ has comePage Scan
973Lift your voices, angels brightPage Scan
974Savior, scorned, and crowned with thornPage Scan
975Long did she sorrow and anguishPage Scan
976Tossed by the furious tempestPage Scan
977Ho ye thirsty come and drinkPage Scan
978List ye mortals, hear the soundPage Scan
979Lamb of God, whose bleeding [dying] lovePage Scan
980Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
981Hearken to the solemn voicePage Scan
982Vain, delusive world, adieuPage Scan
983Savior, whom our hearts adorePage Scan
984Savior, I Thy word believe, my unbelief removePage Scan
985Buried with our SaviorPage Scan
986Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
987To the hills I lift mine [my] eyes, [to] the everlasting hillsPage Scan
988Lord of earth, and air, and seaPage Scan
989Angels high in gloryPage Scan
990Like the roll of thunderPage Scan
991Author of salvation, hear my supplicationPage Scan
992Unto thee, our SaviorPage Scan
993Lord, most high and graciousPage Scan
994Let Zion in her songs recordPage Scan
995Except the Lord conduct the planPage Scan
996How happy, gracious Lord, are wePage Scan
997Thee, Jesus, thee, the sinner's FriendPage Scan
998My days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] yearsPage Scan
999O Saviour, bless us as we goPage Scan
1000Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blowPage Scan

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