The Voice of Praise: a collection of hymns for the use of the Methodist Church

Publisher: James Robison, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1873
Denomination: Methodist Protestant Church
Language: English
Notes: Hymns, Chants (C) and Doxologies (D) are numbered separately
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601Lord, in the strength of graceTextPage Scan
602Son of the carpenter! receiveTextPage Scan
603While others pray for the grace to dieTextPage Scan
604Laborers of Christ, ariseTextPage Scan
605Jesus, and can it ever beTextPage Scan
606Awake my soul! stretch every nerveTextPage Scan
607And can I yet delayTextPage Scan
608Go, labor on; spend and be spentTextPage Scan
609He that goeth forth with weeping, Bearing precious seed in loveTextPage Scan
610Now it belongs not to my careTextPage Scan
611Make channels for the streams of loveTextPage Scan
612I worship thee, sweet Will of GodTextPage Scan
613Jesus! I my cross have taken, All to leave and follow theeTextPage Scan
614Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fearsTextPage Scan
615Ye men and angels, witness nowTextPage Scan
616My gracious Lord, I own thy rightTextPage Scan
617Walk in the light; so shalt thou knowTextPage Scan
618Oh, not to fill the mouth of fame TextPage Scan
619Alas! what hourly dangers rise!TextPage Scan
620God of my life, whose gracious powerTextPage Scan
621Glory to thee, thou righteous GodTextPage Scan
622The darkened sky, how thick it lowers!TextPage Scan
623Abraham, when severely triedTextPage Scan
624Affliction is a stormy deepTextPage Scan
625Jesus, these eyes have never seenTextPage Scan
626Jesus, the very thought of theeTextPage Scan
627God of my life, to thee I callTextPage Scan
628Dear Refuge of my weary soulTextPage Scan
629Give to the winds thy fearsTextPage Scan
630O Lord! my best desire fulfillTextPage Scan
631In trouble and in grief, O GodTextPage Scan
632O Thou who driest the mourner's tearTextPage Scan
633If on a quiet sea TextPage Scan
634Son of God, thy blessing grantTextPage Scan
635God of thine Israel's faithful threeTextPage Scan
636The tempter to my soul hath saidTextPage Scan
637For me, O Lord, whatever lotTextPage Scan
638Submissively, my GodTextPage Scan
639Workman of God, oh, lose not heartTextPage Scan
640While my Redeemer's nearTextPage Scan
641Angels our march opposeTextPage Scan
642Urge on your rapid courseTextPage Scan
643Am I a soldier of the crossTextPage Scan
644I the good fight have foughtTextPage Scan
645Fear not, O little flock, the foeTextPage Scan
646In the cross of Christ I gloryTextPage Scan
647My soul be on thy guardTextPage Scan
648I look to thee in every needTextPage Scan
649Must Jesus bear the cross aloneTextPage Scan
650Equip me for the warTextPage Scan
651Hark, how the watchmen cry!TextPage Scan
652O Lord, thy work reviveTextPage Scan
653O Israel, to thy tents repairTextPage Scan
654Soldiers of Christ, arise! And put your armor onTextPage Scan
655Awake, our souls! away, our fears!TextPage Scan
656Stand up! stand up for JesusTextPage Scan
657I left the God of truth and lightTextPage Scan
658Oh, where is now that glowing loveTextPage Scan
659Once I thought my mountain strongTextPage Scan
660Oh, for a closer walk with GodTextPage Scan
661On the mountain's top appearingTextPage Scan
662Where is the Savior nowTextPage Scan
663My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so?TextPage Scan
664Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove! With all thy quickening powersTextPage Scan
665Zion, dreary and in anguishTextPage Scan
666Weary of wandering from my GodTextPage Scan
667How tedious and tasteless the hoursTextPage Scan
668Father, in whom we liveTextPage Scan
669The God of my salvation livesTextPage Scan
670Though waves and storms go o'er my headTextPage Scan
671Glory to God! whose witness-trainTextPage Scan
672O love divine, that stooped to shareTextPage Scan
673O God, whose favorable eyeTextPage Scan
674When shall thy love constrainTextPage Scan
675Oh, for a heart to praise my God!TextPage Scan
676My God! the spring of all my joysTextPage Scan
677Faith adds new charms to earthly blissTextPage Scan
678O Thou! who hast at thy commandTextPage Scan
679I asked the Lord that I might growTextPage Scan
680Nearer, my God, to thee, Nearer to thee!TextPage Scan
681My God, my life, my loveTextPage Scan
682I thank thee, uncreated SunTextPage Scan
683I know that my Redeemer lives! What comfort this sweet sentence gives!TextPage Scan
684Come, join, ye saints, with heart and voiceTextPage Scan
685When I can read my title clearTextPage Scan
686God of all grace and majestyTextPage Scan
687Speak with us, Lord; thyself revealTextPage Scan
688Arise, my soul, on wings sublimeTextPage Scan
689The bird let loose in eastern skiesTextPage Scan
690So let our lips and lives expressTextPage Scan
691Children of the Heavenly King, As we journey let us singTextPage Scan
692Lord, if thou thy grace impartTextPage Scan
693O God, my strength, my hopeTextPage Scan
694Go, watch and pray: thou canst not tellTextPage Scan
695Calm me, my God, and keep me calmTextPage Scan
696My God, I thank thee for the guideTextPage Scan
697Quiet, Lord, my froward heartTextPage Scan
698Ye servants of the Lord, Each in his office waitTextPage Scan
699Father! whate'er of earthly blissTextPage Scan
700When waves of trouble round me swellTextPage Scan

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