Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody

Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody

The Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody: A Collection of Original and Selected Tunes

Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody, English.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
1889. 1920, 7th Edition (last known). 366 songs.


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1.
The happy day has rolled on

Words: Philo Dibble

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
The happy day at last has come

2.
Dark is the human mind when bound

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: Henry E. Giles

Other versions of this song:
Dark is the human mind, when bound

3.
When earth in bondage long had lain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John Rippon

Other versions of this song:
When earth in bondage long had lain

4.
Great God indulge my humble claim

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Great God, indulge my humble claim

5.
O Lord responsive to Thy call

Words: John Lyon

Music: William Boyce

Other versions of this song:
The Everlasting Friend

6.
Praise ye the Lord! my heart shall join

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Praise Ye the Lord

7.
What glorious scenes mine eyes behold!

Words: Anon.

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
What glorious scenes mine eyes behold!

8.
Praise ye the Lord! ’tis good to raise

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Praise ye the Lord! ’tis good to raise

9.
The great and glorious gospel light

Words: Anon.

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
The Great and Glorious Gospel Light

10.
How great the joy, that promised day

Words: Anon.

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
How great the joy, that promised day

11.
Ye Gentile nations, cease your strife

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Wells

Other versions of this song:
Ye Gentile nations, cease your strife

12.
Earth is the place where Christ will reign

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Earth is the place where Christ will reign

13.
Again we meet around the board

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Again We Meet around the Board

14.
Behold the Mount of Olives rend!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Behold the Mount of Olives rend!

15.
Happy the souls who first believed

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Happy the souls who first believed

16.
Peace, troubled soul! thou needst not fear

Words: Samuel Ecking

Music: Arthur Hanson

Other versions of this song:
Peace, troubled soul! thou need’st not fear

17.
Thou dost not weep, to weep alone

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Thou Dost Not Weep Alone

18.
A holy angel from on high

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
A holy angel from on high

19.
Glory to Thee, my God, this night

Words: Thomas Ken

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Glory to Thee, My God, This Night

20.
How sweet communion is on earth

Words: Unknown

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
How sweet communion is on earth

21.
Great God! to thee my evening song

Words: Anne Steele

Music: B. Cuzens

Other versions of this song:
Great God, to Thee My Evening Song

22.
Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Come, Dearest Lord

23.
“Come, follow me,” the Savior said

Words: John Nicholson

Music: Henry Emery

Other versions of this song:
Come, Follow Me

24.
God spake the word, and time began

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: J. S. Bramwell

Other versions of this song:
God Spake the Word, and Time Began

25.
Jesus, from whom all blessings flow

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Jesus, from whom all blessings flow

26.
Waked from my bed of slumber sweet

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Waked from My Bed of Slumber Sweet

27.
Author of faith, Eternel Word

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Author of Faith, Eternal Word (Choir)

28.
Know this, that ev’ry soul is free

Words: Anon.; Sally Swey

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Know This, That Every Soul Is Free

29.
’Twas on that dark, that solemn night

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
’Twas on That Dark, That Solemn Night

30.
Lord, thou has searched and seen me thro’

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Lord, Thou hast searched and seen me thro’

31.
Behold! the harvest wide extends

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Behold! the harvest wide extends

32.
’Twas the commission of our Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
’Twas the commission of our Lord

33.
The morning breaks, the shadows flee

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The morning breaks, the shadows flee

34.
A poor wayfaring man of grief

Words: James Montgomery

Music: George Coles

Other versions of this song:
A poor, wayfaring Man of grief

35.
Hark! listen to the gentle breeze

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Hark! listen to the gentle breeze

36.
Hosannah to the great Messiah

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Hosannah to the great Messiah

37.
Come hither, all ye weary souls

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Come hither, all ye weary souls

38.
Behold the great Redeemer comes

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Behold, the Great Redeemer Comes

39.
What wondrous things we now behold

Words: Anon.

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
What Wond’rous Things We Now Behold

40.
All you that love Emanuel’s name

Words: John Fellows

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
All you that love Immanuel’s name

41.
O Lord, our Father, let thy grace

Words: Hosea Stout

Music: A. V. Millward

Other versions of this song:
O Lord, our Father, let Thy grace

42.
Creation speaks with awful voice

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Shoel

Other versions of this song:
Creation speaks with awful voice

43.
Before Jehovah’s glorious throne

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Frideric Handel

Other versions of this song:
Before Jehovah’s glorious throne

44.
Let earth’s inhabitants rejoice

Words: William Clegg

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Let earth’s inhabitants rejoice / And gladly

45.
When Joseph saw his brethren moved

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
When Joseph saw his brethren moved

46.
When God’s own people stand in need

Words: John Fawcett

Music: William C. Clive

Other versions of this song:
When God’s own people stand in need

47.
Great God, attend while Zion sings

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Great God, Attend While Zion Sings

48.
The rising sun has chased the night

Words: Leonard Bacon

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
The Rising Sun

49.
Though now the nations sit beneath

Words: Leonard Bacon

Music: A. M. Fox

Other versions of this song:
Though now the nations sit beneath

50.
While of these emblems we partake

Words: John Nicholson

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
While of These Emblems We Partake

51.
Another day has fled and gone

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Another day has fled and gone

52.
When restless on my bed I lie

Words: Isaac Watts; Baptist W. Noel

Music: Ann Fellows

Other versions of this song:
When Restless on My Bed I Lie

53.
The morning flow’rs display their sweets

Words: Samuel Wesley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The morning flowers display their sweets

54.
Ye chosen Twelve, to you are given

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: A. M. Fox

Other versions of this song:
Ye Chosen Twelve, To You are Given

55.
Arise! arise! with joy survey

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Arise! arise! with joy survey

56.
He died! the great Redeemer died!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
He Died! The Great Redeemer Died

57.
From all that dwell below the skies

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Louis Bourgeois; Genevan Psalter, 1551

Other versions of this song:
From All That Dwell below the Skies

58.
Happy the man who finds the grace

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: James Leach

Other versions of this song:
Happy the man who finds the grace

59.
Haste glorious day, when Christ shall come

Words: William Clegg

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
Haste, glorious day when Christ shall come

60.
How foolish to the carnal mind

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
How foolish to the carnal mind

61.
My soul is full of peace and love

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
My Soul Is Full of Peace and Love

62.
How fleet the precious moments roll!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
How Fleet the Precious Moments Roll

63.
Farewell, my kind and faithful friend

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: William C. Clive

Other versions of this song:
Farewell, my kind and faithful friend

64.
Ye diff’ring jarring sects attend

Words: William Clegg

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Ye differing, jarring sects attend

65.
In ancient times a man of God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: William C. Clive

Other versions of this song:
In ancient times a man of God

66.
I know that my Redeemer lives

Words: Samuel Medley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
I Know That My Redeemer Lives

67.
How dark and gloomy was the night

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
How dark and gloomy was the night

68.
Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb

69.
Though deep’ning trials throng your way

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Though Deepening Trials

70.
The time is nigh, that happy time

Words: Mrs. Voke; Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
The Time Is Nigh, That Happy Time

71.
Behold the great Redeemer die

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Behold the Great Redeemer Die

72.
Salvation, sacred word of love

Words: Edward Hanham

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Salvation! sacred word of love

73.
Farewell, ye servants of the Lord

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Farewell, ye servants of the Lord

74.
Do we not know that solemn word

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Do we not know that solemn word

75.
I have no home, where shall I go

Words: Lucy Mack Smith

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
I have no home, where shall I go?

76.
Shall I, for fear of feeble man

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Frideric Handel

Other versions of this song:
Shall I, for fear of feeble man

77.
Sweet is the work, my God, my King

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Sweet Is the Work

78.
Afflicted Saint, to Christ, draw near

Words: John Fawcett

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Afflicted Saints, to Christ draw near

79.
Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Come, Dearest Lord

80.
Ere long the vail will rend in twain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Ere Long the Veil Will Rend in Twain

81.
The glorious plan which God has given

Words: John Taylor

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
The glorious plan which God has given

82.
O Thou, at whose almighty word

Words: John Newton

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
O Thou, at whose almighty word

83.
With all the pow’rs of heart and tongue

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
With All the Power of Heart and Tongue

84.
Awake, ye Saints of God, awake!

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Awake, ye Saints of God, awake!

85.
The towers of Zion soon shall rise

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: William C. Clive

Other versions of this song:
The Towers of Zion Soon Shall Rise

86.
Torn from our friends and captive led

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Torn from our friends, and captive led

87.
The solid rocks were rent in twain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The Solid Rocks Were Rent in Twain

88.
We here approach thy table, Lord

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
We here approach Thy table, Lord

89.
O give me back my Prophet dear

Words: John Taylor

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
O give me back my Prophet dear

90.
Cease, ye fond parents, cease to weep

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

Other versions of this song:
Cease, ye fond parents, cease to weep

91.
Inspirer of the ancient seers

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Inspirer of the ancient seers

92.
Down by the river’s verdant side

Words: Anon.; Alexander Neibaur

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Down by the River’s Verdant Side

93.
In Jordan’s tide the Prophet stands

Words: Rippon’s Collection

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

Other versions of this song:
In Jordan’s Tide the Prophet Stands

94.
I’ll praise my Maker while I’ve breath

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph G. Fones

Other versions of this song:
I’ll Praise My Maker While I’ve Breath

95.
Captain of Israel’s host, and Guide

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Gioachino Rossini

Other versions of this song:
Captain of Israel’s Host

96.
The Lord my pasture shall prepare

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The Lord My Pasture Will Prepare

97.
When quiet in my house I sit

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
When quiet in my house I sit

98.
Judges, who rule the world by laws

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Judges, who rule the world by laws

99.
Come, Thou desire of all thy Saints

Words: Anne Steele

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Come, Thou desire of all Thy Saints

100.
I saw a mighty angel fly

Words: Sacred Hymns, Manchester, 1840

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
I saw a mighty angel fly

101.
Ye Saints who dwell on Europe’s shore

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Ye Saints who dwell on Europe’s shore

102.
God of all consolation, take

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
God of all consolation take

103.
Ye sons of men, a feeble race

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Ye sons of men, a feeble race

104.
Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Lord, Thou Wilt Hear Me

105.
Hark! listen to the trumpeters!

Words: John A. Granade

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Hark! Listen to the Trumpeters

106.
Come, listen to a Prophet’s voice

Words: Joseph S. Murdock; Bruce R. McConkie

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Come, listen to a prophet’s voice

107.
God moves in a mysterious way

Words: William Cowper

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
God Moves in a Mysterious Way

108.
O thou at whose supreme command

Words: John E. Reading

Music: J. Fawcett

Other versions of this song:
O Thou at whose supreme command

109.
O Lord of Hosts, we now invoke

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
O Lord of Hosts

110.
Behold thy sons and daughters, Lord

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Behold Thy Sons and Daughters, Lord

111.
We’ll sing, all hail to Jesus’ name

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
We’ll Sing All Hail to Jesus’ Name

112.
With joy we own thy servants, Lord

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

Other versions of this song:
With joy we own Thy servants, Lord

113.
O God, thou great, thou good, thou wise

Words: Austin A. Cowles

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
O God, Thou great, Thou good, Thou wise

114.
Come, all ye Saints who dwell on earth

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Ly Huntingdon

Other versions of this song:
Come, All Ye Saints Who Dwell on Earth

115.
May we, who know the joyful sound

Words: Sacred Hymns, Manchester, 1840

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
May we, who know the joyful sound

116.
This house we dedicate to thee

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
This House We Dedicate to Thee

117.
Great is the Lord! ’tis good to praise

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Great Is the Lord

118.
Thou, earth, wast once a glorious sphere

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

Other versions of this song:
Thou, earth, wast once a glorious sphere

119.
How are thy servants blest!

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
How are Thy servants blest, O Lord!

120.
Let those who would be Saints indeed

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
Let those who would be Saints indeed

121.
Lord, when iniquities abound

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Lord, when iniquities abound

122.
Let ev’ry mortal ear attend

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Let Every Mortal Ear Attend

123.
The glorious Gospel light has shone

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Thomas Jarman

Other versions of this song:
The Glorious Gospel Light Has Shone

124.
Come, let us sing an ev’ning hymn

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Come, Let Us Sing an Evening Hymn

125.
We’re not ashamed to own our Lord

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
We’re not ashamed to own our Lord

126.
Tho’ nations rise, and men conspire

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Though nations rise, and men conspire

127.
O God! our help in ages past

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
O God, our help in ages past

128.
When all thy mercies, O my God

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
When all Thy mercies, O my God

129.
I long to breathe the mountain air

Words: M. A. Johnstone

Music: William B. Bradbury

Other versions of this song:
I long to breathe the mountain air

130.
Lift up your heads, ye scatter’d Saints

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Lift up your heads, ye scattered Saints

131.
Mortals, awake! with angels join

Words: Samuel Medley

Music: John Rippon

Other versions of this song:
Mortals, Awake! With Angels Join

132.
Jesus, thou all redeeming Lord

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Jesus, Thou all-redeeming Lord

133.
Once more, my soul, the rising day

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Lavinia Careless

Other versions of this song:
Once More, My Soul, the Rising Day

134.
How will the Saints rejoice to tell

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
How will the Saints rejoice to tell

135.
Weep not for him that’s dead and gone

Words: John Clements

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Weep not for him that’s dead and gone

136.
How great the wisdom and the love

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Thomas McIntyre

Other versions of this song:
How Great the Wisdom and the Love

137.
Joy to the world! the Lord will come

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Joy to the World

138.
Think gently of the erring one!

Words: Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney

Music: Henry A. Tuckett

Other versions of this song:
Think Gently of the Erring One

139.
Jehovah, Lord of heav’n and earth

Words: Anon.

Music: Norwegian air

Other versions of this song:
Jehovah, Lord of Heaven and Earth

140.
Sing to the great Jehovah’s praise

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Sing to the Great Jehovah’s praise

141.
The glorious day is rolling on

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The Glorious Day Is Rolling On

142.
Lo! on the water’s brink we stand

Words: Sacred Hymns, Emma Smith, 1841

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Lo, on the Water’s Brink We Stand

143.
Lord, let thy Holy Spirit now

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Lord, let Thy Holy Spirit now

144.
Ye wond’ring nations, now give ear

Words: Sacred Hymns, Manchester, 1840

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Ye wondering nations, now give ear

145.
Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire

Words: James Montgomery

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Prayer Is the Soul’s Sincere Desire

146.
Come, all ye Saints throughout the earth

Words: John Jaques

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Come, all ye Saints throughout the earth

147.
My God, the spring of all my joys

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph G. Fones

Other versions of this song:
My God, the spring of all my joys

148.
Sweet is the peace the Gospel brings

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Sweet is the peace the gospel brings

149.
A Saint! and is tho title mine

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: J. Paddon

Other versions of this song:
A Saint! and is the title mine

150.
Mourn not the dead who peaceful lay

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Mourn not the dead who peaceful lay

151.
“The silver, gold and precious stones”

Words: John Jaques

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
“The silver, gold and precious stones”

152.
O happy is the man who hears

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
O happy is the man who hears

153.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost

Words: Stewart’s Collection; New Version of the Psalms of David, Tate and Brady, 1696

Music: William Croft; Supplement to the New Version, 1708

Other versions of this song:
To Father, Son and Holy Ghost

154.
Father, how wide thy glory shines!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Father, how wide Thy glories shine!

155.
Beloved brethren! sing his praise

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Old English tune

Other versions of this song:
Beloved brethren, sing His praise

156.
O God, thou God that rules on high

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
O God! thou God that rules on high

157.
Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire

158.
All praise to our redeeming Lord

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
All praise to our redeeming Lord

159.
Cheer, Saints, cheer!

Words: James F. Bell

Music: Henry H. Russell

160.
Once more we come before our God

Words: Henry F. Lyte

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Once More We Come Before Our God

161.
Behold, the mountain of the Lord

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Behold, the mountain of the Lord / In latter

162.
Father in heav’n, we do believe

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Father in Heaven, We Do Believe

163.
O Lord, do thou thy gifts bestow

Words: John Lyon

Music: John S. Lewis

Other versions of this song:
O Lord, do Thou Thy gifts bestow

164.
Our Father, in the sacred name

Words: John Jaques

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Our Father, in the sacred name

165.
I’ll serve the Lord while I am young

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
I’ll Serve the Lord While I Am Young

166.
The gallant ship is under weigh

Words: H. E.; William W. Phelps

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
The Gallant Ship Is Under Way

167.
To thee, O God, we do approach

Words: John Lyon

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
To Thee, O God, we do approach

168.
Let Zion in her beauty rise

Words: John Adam Granade; Edward Partridge

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

Other versions of this song:
Let Zion in her beauty rise

169.
Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Lord, Thou Wilt Hear Me

170.
The Gospel standard high is raised

Words: J. K. R.

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
The Gospel standard high is raised

171.
O Lord, preserve thy chosen seed!

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
O Lord, preserve Thy chosen seed

172.
When sickness clouds the soul with grief

Words: John Lyon

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
When sickness clouds the soul with grief

173.
Spirit of faith, come down

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Spirit of Faith, come down

174.
Let sinners take their course

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Let sinners take their course

175.
Come we that love the Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: William C. Clive

Other versions of this song:
Come, We That Love the Lord

176.
Lord, make thy mercy known

Words: Unknown

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Lord, make Thy mercy known

177.
See how the morning sun

Words: Elizabeth Scott; William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
See How the Morning Sun

178.
To Him who reigns on high

Words: William Clegg

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
To Him who reigns on high

179.
The day is past and gone

Words: John Leland

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
The Day Is Past and Gone

180.
How beauteous are their feet

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
How beauteous are their feet

181.
Behold the Savior comes!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Behold, the Savior come!

182.
See! all creation joins

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
See All Creation Join

183.
And are we yet alive

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Philip Doddridge

Other versions of this song:
And are we yet alive

184.
Ye children of our God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Ye Children of Our God

185.
Come we that love the Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Macy

Other versions of this song:
Come, We That Love the Lord

186.
Ye simple souls who stray

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Ye Simple Souls Who Stray

187.
An angel from on high

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
An angel from on high / The long

188.
Let earth and heav’n agree

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Let earth and heaven agree

189.
Repent, ye Gentiles all

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Repent ye Gentiles all

190.
Arise, my soul, arise

Words: Charles Wesley; Wesley’s Collection

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Arise, My Soul, Arise

191.
Behold the Lamb of God!

Words: Anon.

Music: Sylvanus Billings Pond

Other versions of this song:
Behold the Lamb of God, in his divine array

192.
High on the mountain top

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
High on the mountain top / A banner

193.
All hail the glorious day

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
All Hail the Glorious Day

194.
All hail! the new-born year!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
All hail the new-born year!

195.
O Lord, our Sovereign King

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
O Lord, our sovereign King

196.
O happy souls, who pray

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
O Happy Souls Who Pray

197.
Come, O thou King of kings!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Come, O thou King of Kings!

198.
To him who made the world

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
To Him That Made the World

199.
When time shall be no more

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
When time shall be no more

200.
Ye ransom’d of our God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Ye ransomed of our God

201.
Lord, we come before thee now

Words: William Hammond

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Lord, We Come before Thee Now

202.
Now we’ll sing with one accord

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Now we’ll sing with one accord

203.
Hark! the song of Jubilee

Words: James Montgomery

Music: John S. Lewis

Other versions of this song:
Hark! the song of jubilee

204.
In the sun, and moon, and stars

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
In the sun, and moon, and stars

205.
Jesus, once of humble birth

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Giacomo Meyerbeer; English Chorister

Other versions of this song:
Jesus, Once of Humble Birth

206.
Give us room that we may dwell

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: A. M. Fox

Other versions of this song:
Give Us Room That We May Dwell

207.
Praise to God, immortal praise

Words: Anna Laetitia Barbauld; Stewart’s Collection

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Praise to God, Immortal Praise

208.
Who are these arrayed in white

Words: De Courcy; Charles Wesley

Music: J. Heink

Other versions of this song:
Who Are These Arrayed in White?

209.
Where the voice of friendship’s heard

Words: John Lyon

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Where the voice of friendship’s heard

210.
When shall we all meet again?

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
When shall we all meet again?

211.
Daniel’s wisdom may I know

Words: R. F. Mann

Music: T. Healy

Other versions of this song:
Daniel’s wisdom may I know

212.
Hark! ye mortals. Hist! be still

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Frideric Handel

Other versions of this song:
Hark! ye mortals. Hist! be still

213.
Earth, with her ten thousand flow’rs

Words: Thomas R. Taylor

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
God Is Love

214.
Should you feel inclined to censure

Words: Anon.

Music: J. S. Bramwell

Other versions of this song:
Should You Feel Inclined to Censure

215.
As the dew from heav’n distilling

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
As the Dew from Heaven Distilling

216.
We have met, dear friends and brethren

Words: Unknown

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
We have met, dear friends and brethren

217.
Truth reflects upon our senses

Words: Anon.; M. E. Abbey

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Other versions of this song:
Truth Reflects upon Our Senses

218.
School thy feelings, Oh my brother

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
School Thy Feelings

219.
The night is wearing fast away

Words: Florence Hoare

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
The night is wearing fast away

220.
Sister, thou wast mild and lovely

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: John S. Lewis

Other versions of this song:
Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely

221.
O awake! my slumb’ring minstrel

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
O Awake! My Slumbering Minstrel

222.
Earthly happiness is fleeting

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: John S. Lewis

Other versions of this song:
Earthly happiness is fleeting

223.
Jesus, mighty King of Zion

Words: John Fellows

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Jesus, Mighty King in Zion

224.
Sweetly may the blessed Spirit

Words: Unknown

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Sweetly may the blessed Spirit

225.
Welcome, best of all good meetings

Words: T. J. Dawson

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Welcome, best of all good meetings

226.
Softly beams the sacred dawning

Words: John Jaques

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Softly beams the sacred dawning

227.
Lo! the Gentile chain is broken

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Lo! the Gentile chain is broken

228.
See, the mighty angel flying!

Words: Robert B. Thompson

Music: George M. Monroe

Other versions of this song:
See, the Mighty Angel Flying

229.
Go, ye messengers of heaven

Words: Anon.; John Taylor

Music: Frederick Christensen

Other versions of this song:
Go, Ye Messengers of Heaven

230.
Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!

231.
Glorious things of thee are spoken

Words: John Newton

Music: George Careless

232.
What was witness’d in the heavens?

Words: John S. Davis

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
What was witnessed in the heavens?

233.
O my Father, thou that dwellest

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
O My Father

234.
Glorious things are sung of Zion

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

235.
Yes, my native land, I love thee

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Yes, My Native Land, I Love Thee

236.
Guide us, O Thou great Jehovah

Words: William Williams

Music: Annie F. Harrison

Other versions of this song:
Guide Us, O Thou Great Jehovah

237.
Go, ye messengers of glory

Words: John Taylor

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Go, Ye Messengers of Glory

238.
Israel, Israel, God is calling

Words: Richard Smyth

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Israel, Israel, God is calling

239.
O’er the gloomy hills of darkness

Words: William Williams

Music: Hans Henry Petersen

Other versions of this song:
O’er the Gloomy Hills of Darkness

240.
On the mountain’s top appearing

Words: John Kelly

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
On The Mountain’s Top Appearing

241.
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing

Words: John Fawcett; Walter Shirley

Music: Orson Pratt Jr.

Other versions of this song:
Lord, Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing

242.
Lo! the mighty God appearing

Words: William Goode

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Lo, the mighty God appearing!

243.
Come, thou glorious day of promise

Words: Pratt’s Collection

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
Come, thou glorious day of promise

244.
Zion stands with hills surrounded

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
Zion stands with hills surrounded

245.
When Joseph his brethren beheld

Words: John Newton

Music: J. I. Cobbin

Other versions of this song:
When Joseph his brethren beheld

246.
This God is the God we adore

Words: Joseph Hart

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
This God is the God we adore

247.
Adieu, my dear brethren, adieu

Words: Seth Mattison

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Adieu, My Dear Brethren Adieu

248.
Satan’s empire long has flourished

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
Satan’s empire long has flourished

249.
Now, is the voice that nature breathes

Words: Lydia H. Sigourney

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Now, is the voice that nature breathes

250.
O, stop and tell me, Red Man

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
O Stop and Tell Me, Red Man

251.
From greenland’s icy mountains

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: Felix Mendelssohn

Other versions of this song:
Come, All Whose Souls Are Lighted

252.
If you could hie to Kolob

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
If You Could Hie to Kolob

253.
Farewell, all earthly honors

Words: Mary W. Bone

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Farewell, All Earthly Honors

254.
We’ll sing the songs of Zion

Words: William G. Mills

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
We’ll Sing the Songs of Zion

255.
O God, th’ Eternal Father

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
O God, the Eternal Father

256.
Farewell, all earthly honors

Words: Mary W. Bone

Music: William B. Bradbury

Other versions of this song:
Farewell, All Earthly Honors

257.
Farewell, our friends and brethren

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Farewell, dear friends and brethren

258.
Come, all ye sons of Zion

Words: Caleb Taylor; William W. Phelps

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Come, all ye Saints of Zion, / And let

259.
Arise, O glorious Zion

Words: William G. Mills

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Arise, O glorious Zion, / Thou joy

260.
At first, the babe of Bethlehem

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
At first, a babe was given

261.
Our God, we raise to Thee

Words: Bernard Snow

Music: Henry Carey; Thesaurus Musicus

Other versions of this song:
Our God, We Raise to Thee

262.
Glory to God on high

Words: James Allen

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Glory to God on High

263.
Be it my only wisdom here

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: A. Radiger

Other versions of this song:
Be it my only wisdom here

264.
Hail! bright millennial day of rest

Words: John Lyon

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
Hail! bright millennial day of rest

265.
O happy home! O blest abode!

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
O Happy Home! O Blest Abode

266.
Hark! from afar a fune’ral knell

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Hark! from afar, a funeral knell

267.
Except the Lord conduct the plan

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Except the Lord conduct the plan

268.
Come, let us purpose with one heart

Words: John Lyon

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Come, let us purpose with one heart

269.
Think not, when you gather to Zion

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Think Not, When You Gather to Zion

270.
Your sweet little rose-bud has left you

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Your sweet little rose-bud has left you

271.
We thank thee, O God for a Prophet

Words: William Fowler

Music: Caroline E. Sheridan Norton

Other versions of this song:
We thank Thee, O God, for a prophet

272.
Up, awake, ye defenders of Zion!

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Thomas E. Williams; Thomas A. Becket Sr.

Other versions of this song:
Up, Awake, Ye Defenders of Zion

273.
Ho, ho, for the Temple’s completed

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Ho, ho, for the Temple’s completed

274.
The Spirit of God like a fire is burning!

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: English melody

Other versions of this song:
The Spirit of God like a fire is burning!

275.
What fair one is this, from the wilderness trav’ling

Words: Samuel Hutchinson; William W. Phelps

Music: James P. Olsen

Other versions of this song:
What Fair One Is This

276.
Now let us rejoice in the day of salvation

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Henry Tucker

Other versions of this song:
Now let us rejoice in the day of salvation

277.
Hail to the brightness of Zion’s glad morning!

Words: Thomas Hastings

Music: Edwin F. Parry

278.
Praise to the man who communed with Jehovah

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Scottish folk song

Other versions of this song:
Praise to the man who communed with Jehovah!

279.
Let Judah rejoice in this glorious news

Words: Alexander Neibaur; Parley P. Pratt

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
Let Judah rejoice in this glorious news

280.
“Great Spirit! listen to the red man’s wail!”

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Felix Mendelssohn

281.
Ye Elders of Israel, come join now with me

Words: Cyrus H. Wheelock

Music: Thomas H. Bayly

Other versions of this song:
Ye Elders of Israel

282.
How firm a foundation, ye Saints of the Lord

Words: Selection of Hymns, John Rippon, 1787; Robert Keen

Music: Anon.; John Ellis

Other versions of this song:
How Firm a Foundation

283.
O Jesus! the giver of all we enjoy

Words: Anon.; William W. Phelps

Music: Ralph Bradshaw

Other versions of this song:
O Jesus, the Giver of All We Enjoy

284.
Children of Zion, awake from your sadness

Words: Unknown

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Children of Zion, awake from your sadness

285.
O thou who has promised in love to receive

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

Other versions of this song:
O thou who hast promised in love to receive

286.
’Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints

Words: David Denham

Music: Henry R. Bishop

287.
This morning in silence I ponder and mourn

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
This morning in silence I ponder and mourn

288.
The sun that declines in the far western sky

Words: Thomas B. Marsh; William W. Phelps

Music: Harry Aldous

Other versions of this song:
The Sun That Declines in the Far Western Sky

289.
Stars of morning, shout for joy

Words: Anon.

Music: Thomas L. Durham

Other versions of this song:
Stars of Morning, Shout for Joy

290.
How pleased and blest was I

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
How Pleased and Blest Was I

291.
How pleasant ’tis to see

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
How Pleasant ’Tis to See

292.
The trials of the present day

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
The Trials of the Present Day

293.
The trials of the present day

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
The Trials of the Present Day

294.
The Lord imparted from above

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
The Lord Imparted from Above

295.
Gently raise the sacred strain

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Gently Raise the Sacred Strain

296.
Before all lands in east or west

Words: Alexander Ross

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Before all lands in east or west

297.
Rest, rest for the weary soul

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Rest, Rest for the Weary Soul

298.
Come to me, will ye come to the Saints that have died

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

299.
Hark, ten thousand thousand voices

Words: Thomas Raffles

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Hark, Ten Thousand Thousand Voices

300.
This earth was once a garden place

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
This earth was once a garden place, / With all

301.
There’s a feast of fat things for the righteous preparing

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
There’s a Feast of Fat Things

302.
Come, go with me, beyond the sea

Words: Cyrus H. Wheelock

Music: Anon.

Arr.: Thomas C. Griggs

Other versions of this song:
Come, Go With Me, Beyond the Sea

303.
When first the glorious light of truth

Words: William Clayton

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
When First the Glorious Light of Truth

304.
Do what is right; the day-dawn is breaking

Words: Anon.

Music: George Kiallmark Sr.

Other versions of this song:
Do What Is Right

305.
Come all ye sons of God

Words: Thomas Davenport

Music: Orson Pratt Huish

Other versions of this song:
Come, All Ye Sons of God

306.
Away with our fears! the glad morning appears

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
Away with our fears! the glad morning appears

307.
An angel came down from the mansions of glory

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
An Angel Came Down from the Mansions of Glory

308.
My Father in heaven, and dear kindred there

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
My Father in heaven, and dear kindred there

309.
The pure testimony poured forth in the Spirit

Words: Anon.; William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
The pure testimony poured forth in the Spirit

310.
The time is far spent—there is little remaining

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: German folk song

Other versions of this song:
The Time Is Far Spent

311.
For the strength of the hills we bless the

Words: Felicia D. Hemans

Music: Evan Stephens

Other versions of this song:
For the strength of the hills we bless thee

312.
O say what is truth: ’Tis the fairest gem

Words: John Jaques

Music: Ellen Knowles Melling

Other versions of this song:
Oh Say, What Is Truth?

313.
O say what is truth? ’Tis the fairest gem

Words: John Jaques

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Oh Say, What Is Truth?

314.
The Seer, the Seer, Joseph the Seer!

Words: John Taylor

Music: Neukomm

Other versions of this song:
The Seer, Joseph, The Seer

315.
O! ye mountains high, where the clear blue sky

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Henry S. Thompson

Other versions of this song:
O ye mountains high, where the clear blue sky

316.
Come let us anew our journey pursue

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: James Lucas

Other versions of this song:
Come, Let Us Anew

317.
Sons of Michael, he approaches!

Words: Elias L. T. Harrison

Music: Charles J. Thomas

Other versions of this song:
Sons of Michael, he approaches!

318.
How swift the months have pass’d away

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
How swift the months have passed away

319.
Redeemer of Israel

Words: Joseph Swain

Music: Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, Wyeth, 1813; Freeman Lewis

Adapt.: William W. Phelps

Other versions of this song:
Redeemer of Israel, / Our only delight

320.
Blow gently, ye wild winds

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Jonathan E. Spilman

321.
Weep, weep not for me, Zion

Words: Charles Wesley Wandell

Music: Daniel Auber

Other versions of this song:
Weep, weep not for me, Zion

322.
Israel, awake from thy long silent slumber

Words: J. McGregor

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Israel, awake from thy long, silent slumber

323.
Israel, awake from thy long silent slumber

Words: J. McGregor

Music: John S. Lewis

Other versions of this song:
Israel, awake from thy long, silent slumber

324.
Let us pray, gladly pray

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Other versions of this song:
Let Us Pray, Gladly Pray

325.
Up! arouse thee, O beautiful Zion

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Up! Arouse Thee, O Beautiful Zion

326.
What tho’ the Gentiles wildly rage

Words: William H. Shearman

Music: A. C. Smyth

Other versions of this song:
What, though the Gentiles wildly rage

327.
Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear

Words: William Clayton

Music: English folk song

Other versions of this song:
Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear

328.
There is a place in Utah, that I remember well

Words: William Willes

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
There is a place in Utah, that I remember well

329.
Adieu to the city, where long I have wander’d

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John E. Tullidge

Other versions of this song:
Adieu to the city where long I have wandered

330.
Though in the outward Church below

Words: John Newton

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Other versions of this song:
Though in the Outward Church Below

331.
Rev’rently and meekly now

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
Reverently and Meekly Now

332.
Oh, that my soul in joy might meet

Words: M. M. Johnson

Music: George Careless

Other versions of this song:
Oh, that my soul in joy might meet

333.
Throughout this congregation, Lord

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

Other versions of this song:
Throughout this congregation, Lord

334.
The day of redemption, so near is at hand

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

Other versions of this song:
The day of redemption, so near is at hand

335.
Oh what a boon! the Sabbath day

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: George Careless

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Oh, what a boon! the Sabbath day

336.
Deseret, Deseret! ’tis the home of the free

Words: William Willes

Music: Henry H. Russell

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Deseret, Deseret! ’tis the home of the free

337.
Uphold the right; tho’ fierce the fight

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Hortense Beauharnais

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

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Uphold the right, tho’ fierce the fight

339.
What voice salutes the startled ear

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

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What Voice Salutes the Startled Ear?

340.
Sing ye of a home immortal

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

Music: George Careless

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Sing ye of a home immortal

341.
Resting now from care and sorrow

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

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Resting now from care and sorrow

342.
All-wise Eternal Loving One

Words: James Crystal

Music: John J. McClellan

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All-wise, Eternal, Loving One

343.
Take courage, Saints, and faint not by the way

Words: James Crystal

Music: Edna H. Coray

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Take Courage, Saints

344.
The bodies of our dead are laid

Words: John Nicholson

Music: George Careless

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The bodies of our dead are laid

345.
Sweet friend of the needy, kind helper of youth

Words: Mrs. M. M. Johnson

Music: John J. McClellan

346.
Sing the sweet and touching story

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

Music: George Careless

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Sing the sweet and touching story

347.
We lay thee softly down to sleep

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

Music: Charles J. Thomas

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We lay thee softly down to sleep

348.
Come! Saints of latter days

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

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Come, Saints of latter days

349.
When dark and drear the skies appear

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

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When Dark and Drear the Skies Appear

350.
Our mountain home so dear

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

Music: Evan Stephens

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Our mountain home so dear

351.
The Truth has come forth in the last dispensation

Words: Lula Greene Richards

Music: Charles J. Thomas

352.
Weep for the early dead

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: John S. Lewis

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Weep for the early dead

353.
The nations bow to Satan’s thrall

Words: John Nicholson

Music: Charles J. Thomas

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The nations bow to Satan’s thrall

354.
Oh, blest was the day when the Prophet and Seer

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

Music: Unknown

355.
Each cooing dove and sighing bough

Words: Robert Morris

Music: H. R. Palmer

Other versions of this song:
Each Cooing Dove

356.
Nearer, my God, to thee!

Words: Sarah F. Adams

Music: Lowell Mason

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Nearer, My God, to Thee

357.
Master, the tempest is raging!

Words: Mary Ann Baker

Music: H. R. Palmer

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Master, the Tempest Is Raging

358.
Onward, Christian soldiers!

Words: Sabine Baring-Gould

Music: Arthur S. Sullivan

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Onward, Christian Soldiers

359.
Rock of Ages, cleft for me

Words: Augustus M. Toplady

Music: Thomas Hastings

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Rock of Ages

360.
Abide with me! fast falls the eventide

Words: Henry F. Lyte

Music: William H. Monk

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Abide with Me!

361.
Shall we meet beyond the river

Words: Horace L. Hastings

Music: Elihu S. Rice

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Shall We Meet?

362.
I need thee ev’ry hour, Most gracious Lord

Words: Annie S. Hawks

Music: Robert Lowry

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I Need Thee Every Hour

363.
I have read of a beautiful city

Words: Jonathan Bush Atchinson

Music: Otis F. Presbrey

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I have read of a beautiful city

364.
Come, ye disconsolate, where’er ye languish

Words: Thomas Moore; Thomas Hastings

Music: Samuel Webbe

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Come, Ye Disconsolate

365.
Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!

Words: William W. Walford

Music: William B. Bradbury

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Sweet Hour of Prayer

366.
My country! ’tis of thee

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: Henry Carey; Thesaurus Musicus

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My Country, ’Tis of Thee

367.
Oh, say, can you see by the dawn’s early light

Words: Francis Scott Key

Music: John Stafford Smith

Other versions of this song:
The Star-Spangled Banner