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Children of the heavenly King,

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Children of Zion what harp notes, &c. 133
Come anxious sinner in whose breast,

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Come hither all ye weary souls,

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Come Holy Spirit, heav'nly dove,

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Come let us use the grace divine,

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Come, my brethren, let us try,

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Come old and come young, and hear, &c. 181
Come thou fount of every blessing,

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Come we that love the Lord,

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Come ye converts, come and welcome, 167
Come ye disconsolate, where'er, &c.

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Come ye sinners, poor and needy,

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DANIEL'S wisdom may I know,

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Dark and thorny is the desert,

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Day of Judgment, day of wonders, 209
Did Christ o'er sinners weep,

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Do we not know that solemn word,

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ETERNITY is just at hand !

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Farewell my brethren in the Lord,

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Farewell vain world, I bid adieu,

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Far, far o'er hill and dell,

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Father what’er of earthly bliss,

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Fly thou heavenly gospel message,

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For a season called to part,

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Friends for whom a Savior died,

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From all that's mortal, all that’s vain, 137
From every stormy wind that blows, 215
From Greenland's icy mountains,

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Froni whence doth this union arise,

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GENTLY, Lord, O gently lead us, 210
Glory to God, that I have found,

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God moves in a mysterious way,

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Go bring them, said the dying fair,

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Go preach my gospel, saith the Lord, 93
Go when the morning shineth,

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Go worship at Immanuel's feet,

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Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah,

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HAIL dearest, sweetest tie that binds, 98
Hail heavenly love that first began,

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Hail thou blest morn, when the, &c.

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Hail! thou once despised Jesus,

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Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad, &c. 200
Hail ye sighing sons of sorrow,

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Hark! listen to the trumpeters,

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Hark my soul, it is the Lord,

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Hark, sinner, while God from on high, &c. 188
Hark! the pealing,

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Hark! what cry arrests my ear,

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Hearken, ye sprightly, and attend, &c. 160
Hear the royal proclamation,

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He dies! the Friend of sinners dies,

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Here o'er the earth as a stranger I roam,

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How can I sleep when angels sing,

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How charming is the place,

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How firm a foundation, ye saints of, &c. 18
How happy every child of grace,

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How happy is the man, &c. .

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How happy is the man who hears,

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How happy is the pilgrim's lot,

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How lost was my condition,

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How lovely the place where the Savior, &c. 176
How painfully pleasing the fond, &c. 211
How precious is the name, &c.

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How prone are professors to rest, &c. 195

How sweet in the musing of faith, &c. 175
How sweet to reflect on those joys, &c. 119
How sweet the melting lay,

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How tedious and tasteless the hours, 56
I HAVE sought round the verdant earth, 146
I knew I was a sinner, the call, &c.

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I'll sing a song which doth belong,

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I long to see the season come,

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I love to steal awhile away,

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I'm a lonely trav'ler here,

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I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger,

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I'm not ashamed to own my Lord,

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I'm on my way to Canaan,

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In all my Lord's appointed ways,

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In evil long I took delight,

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I once enjoyed my Lord,

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I saw a wide and well spread board, 218
I would not live alway, &c.

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JERUSALEM, my happy home,
Jesus! and shall it ever be,

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Jesus died on Calvary's mountain,

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Jesus Christ has power alone,

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Jesus, I my cross bave taken,

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Jesus my all to heaven has gone,

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Jesus, thou art the sinner's friend,

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Just as I am, without one plea,

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Joyfully, joyfully onward I move,

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KINDRED in Christ, for his dear sake, 219
LET every mortal ear attend,

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Let thy kingdom, blessed Savior,

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Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends, 84
Life is the time to serve the Lord,

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Lift up your hearts to things above,
Like a ship, see the church, &c.
Lo he comes, with clouds descending,
Lord, at thy temple we appear,
Lord, in the morning thou shalt, &c.
Lord, when together here we meet,
Low down in this beautiful valley,
MERCY, O thou son of David,
Mighty God, on thee we call,
Mournfully, tenderly,
Must Simon bear his cross alone,
My Christian friends, in bonds, &c.
My days, my weeks, my months, &c.
My sins, how numerous, Lord, they are,
NOW behold the Savior pleading,
Now is the time, th' accepted hour,
O CARELESS sinner, come,
O come, come away, from sin, &c.
0, could my soul this morning rise,
O'er the gloomy hills of darkness,
O for a closer walk with God,
O for a heart that loves to pray,
O for that tenderness of heart,
O how happy are they,
O land of rest, for thee I sigh,
On Jordan's stormy banks I stand,
O Savior of sinners, when faint, &c.
O tell me where the dove is flown,
O thou in whose presence,
O thou my soul forget no more,
O turn ye, poor sinners, for why will, &c.
Our Father, who in heaven art,

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O when shall I see Jesus,

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PRAYER is appointed to convey,

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Prayer is the soul's sincere desire,

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Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, 190
RISE, Sun of glory, rise,

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Rouse ye, at the Savior's call,

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SALEM'S bright King, Jesus by name,

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Salvation, 0, the joyful sound !

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Savior, visit thy plantation,

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Saw ye my Savior! Saw ye my Savior! 9
Say, brethren dear, why sleep we here, 181
Say sinner, hath a voice within,

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See, brothers, see how the day rolls on, 104
See the eternal Judge descending,

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Since man by sin has lost his God,

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Sinners, this solemn truth regard,

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Sinners, turn, why will you die ?

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Sinners, will you scorn the message,
Sister, thou wast mild and lovely,

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Soft be the gently breathing notes,

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Stop, poor sinner, stop and think,

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THE chariot, the chariot, its wheels, &c. 187
The Christian has a light to shine,

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The day is past and gone;

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The gospel trumpet has been blown, 45
The glorious light of Zion is spreading &c. 166
The Lord has call'd me, has call'd me, &c. 179
The Lord into his garden comes,

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The hours of evening close,

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The morning light is breaking,
The pearl that worldlings covet,
The people called Christians,

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