Church Hymn Book; consisting of hymns and psalms, original and selected. adapted to public worship and many other occasions. 2nd ed.

Editor: Rev. Paul Henkel
Publisher: Solomon Henkel, New-Market, 1838
Denomination: German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Tennessee
Language: English
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201A worldling wretched, vile and basePage Scan
202In what confusion earth appearsPage Scan
203O may I know the grace of GodPage Scan
204Happy the heart, where graces reignPage Scan
205Ye sons of men, come one and allPage Scan
206The king of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
207O Christian brethren, marvel notPage Scan
208Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian lovePage Scan
209Jesus poor sinners will receivePage Scan
210When some kind shepherd from his [the] foldPage Scan
211Cast all your cares upon the LordPage Scan
212When night descends in sable guisePage Scan
213We must be merciful and kindPage Scan
214Not different food nor different dress, Compose the kindgom of our LordPage Scan
215The Christian sufferings here belowPage Scan
216O Zion, when I think of [on] thee, I wish [long] [mourn] for pinionsPage Scan
217As Peter fished all the nightPage Scan
218Now while the gospel net is castPage Scan
219Happy are they and truly blestPage Scan
220O that the Lord would guide my [our] waysPage Scan
221Our righteousness must far exceedPage Scan
222If secret fraud should dwellPage Scan
223Are we baptized in Christ our LordPage Scan
224Attend, ye children of your [our] GodPage Scan
225Dear Savior, bounteous are thy handsPage Scan
226Through all the changing scenes of life, In troublePage Scan
227Should we our members yieldPage Scan
228Shall we go on to sinPage Scan
229Beware, the savior gave commandPage Scan
230The Lord, the Judge, his churches [the church he] warnsPage Scan
231Should we be debtors to the fleshPage Scan
232Eternal Spirit, we confessPage Scan
233That steward accused by his LordPage Scan
234Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbearPage Scan
235Great God, should we thy grace abusePage Scan
236Great God, how oft did Isr'l provePage Scan
237When Christ Jerusalem beheldPage Scan
238Unhappy city hadst thou knownPage Scan
239Where'er the gospel truth is taughtPage Scan
240Come Holy Ghost, our [my] [these] heart [hearts] inspire, Let us thy influence provePage Scan
241The publican and the phariseePage Scan
242Behold how sinners disagreePage Scan
243It would be preaching Christ in vainPage Scan
244Blest be the everlasting [eternal] GodPage Scan
245A wretched man, both dumb and deafPage Scan
246Jesus, since thou art still today as yesterdayPage Scan
247All faithful teachers well do knowPage Scan
248The law commands, and makes us knowPage Scan
249The duty first on us enjoinedPage Scan
250Father of mercies, send thy gracePage Scan
251The promise made to AbrahamPage Scan
252How long beneath the law I layPage Scan
253The lepers with their sores oppressedPage Scan
254Jesus, dear name, how sweet it [the] sound(s)Page Scan
255Strange is the faithful Christian's lifePage Scan
256How sad and awful [dreadful] is my statePage Scan
257They, who that sacred office bearPage Scan
258Now let a true [pure] ambition risePage Scan
259What evil can such teachers doPage Scan
260How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sightPage Scan
261O blessed word, our Lord expressedPage Scan
262Why flow these torrents of distressPage Scan
263Should we not glory in the causePage Scan
264Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
265The Savior's love will ne'er grow faintPage Scan
266Ye mourning sinners, here disclosePage Scan
267The best of counsels we can givePage Scan
268Let party names no morePage Scan
269What do ye think of Christ indeedPage Scan
270What think ye [you] of Christ, is the testPage Scan
271To the Corinthian churchPage Scan
272Jesus, thy blessings are not fewPage Scan
273Jesus, physician of the soulPage Scan
274Thou great Physician of the soulPage Scan
275Should they who have been dearly boughtPage Scan
276Jesus, my life, thyself applyPage Scan
277Come, ye who are [the] bidden guestsPage Scan
278Come sinners to the gospel feastPage Scan
279The Christian life should ever bePage Scan
280Blest is the man who [that] shuns the placePage Scan
281When we our gracious Lord entreatPage Scan
282Jesus great Healer of mankindPage Scan
283Be strong, ye brethren, in the LordPage Scan
284Jesus, my King, proclaims the warPage Scan
285When man's account to light is broughtPage Scan
286Forgiveness, 'tis [what] a joyful soundPage Scan
287Great comforts it must needs affordPage Scan
288My brethren, from my heart belovedPage Scan
289Herodians and PhariseesPage Scan
290Why should the mighty make their boastPage Scan
291Saint Paul advises follow mePage Scan
292While carnal men, with all their mightPage Scan
293That blessed gospel we are taughtPage Scan
294Heal us, Immanuel, here we are [stand]Page Scan
295How thankful the apostles werePage Scan
296Dear Savior, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
297A place where wicked deeds aboundPage Scan
298Behold, O God, what cruel foesPage Scan
299This is the doctrine Christians need To know and firmly believePage Scan
300Why should our mourning thoughts delightPage Scan

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



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