The Saints’ Harp (RLDS)

The Saints’ Harp: A Collection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs for Public and Private Devotion

The Saints’ Harp (RLDS), English.
Plano, Illinois, USA. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Joseph Smith; Mark H. Forscutt; David H. Smith; Norman W. Smith.
1870. First edition. 1120 songs.

Published by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (now Community of Christ), a Restoration-based denomination.

The primary focus of SingPraises.net is music published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. However, other hymnals and collections, including the one on this page, are indexed for reference.

Indexes

References

  • Flake-Draper Number: 7049 (Mormon Bibliography, 1830–1930)
  • Chism Number: 89 (Selection of Early Mormon Hymnbooks, 1832–1872)
  • BYU Harold B. Lee Library: BX 8691.7 .A1 1870
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Public Worship: Praise (Return to top)
1.
All ye that love the Lord, rejoice
2.
How shall the saints their treasures give
3.
Come all ye saints who dwell on earth
4.
Guide us, O thou great Jehovah
5.
Praise the Lord with songs of gladness
6.
How are thy servants blest, O Lord!
7.
Come, weary souls, with sin distressed
8.
Burst ye emerald gates, and bring
9.
Jesus, hail! enthroned in glory
10.
Unmoved by fear,—my praise is due
11.
Come to the house of prayer
12.
Eternal Wisdom! Thee we praise
13.
Come, sound his praise abroad
14.
Awake, my soul, in joyful lays
15.
God is the refuge of his saints
16.
And are we yet alive
17.
Great is the Lord! ’tis good to praise
18.
Father, how wide thy glory shines!
19.
Come, thou Fount of ev’ry blessing
20.
Awake, and sing the song
21.
Beloved Brethren! sing his praise
22.
Hark! from the realms of the blest bursts a song
23.
Lord, I have made thy word my choice
24.
Before Jehovah’s glorious throne
25.
Let us tell of the good we are hoping
26.
Awake, ye that slumber, arise from the dust!
27.
Come, thou Almighty King
28.
Now is th’ accepted time
29.
Give glory to God in the highest; give praise
30.
O Jesus! the giver
31.
Nearer, my God, to thee
32.
My God, thy boundless love I praise
33.
O happy home! O blest abode!
34.
All praise to our redeeming Lord
35.
Happy the man whose hopes rely
36.
God is love; his mercy brightens
37.
Hallelujah!—Praise the Lord
38.
Behold th’ expected time draw near
39.
Come, ye that love the Savior’s name
40.
Kingdoms and thrones to God belong
41.
Great God! attend, while Zion sings
42.
All you that love Immanuel’s name
43.
Praise ye the Lord! immortal choir
44.
Ye, who in his courts are found
45.
Thy chosen temple, Lord, how fair!
46.
Sing we the song of those who stand
47.
While thee I seek, Protecting Power
48.
To Him who reigns on high
49.
O thou to whom, in ancient time
50.
How pleased and blest was I
51.
Let all the saints their voices raise
52.
Stand up!—stand up for Jesus!
53.
With saints below and saints above
54.
Blest are the souls that hear and know
55.
Come, let us join our cheerful songs
56.
When all thy mercies, O! my God
57.
Through the love of Christ our Savior
58.
See all creation join
59.
Come, ye that know and fear the Lord
60.
Lift up to God the voice of praise!
61.
Shout the tidings of salvation!
62.
Yes, we feel the clouds are breaking
63.
Oh, for a shout of joy!
64.
Sweet is the song of heaven
65.
Songs of praise the angels sang
66.
Go, bring me a garment both costly and new
67.
Hark! ten thousand thousand voices
68.
Praise to God! immortal praise
69.
Sweet is the work, my God, my King
70.
We thank thee, O God, for a Prophet
71.
Rejoice, ye righteous, in the Lord
72.
Glad are we that now the gospel
73.
O awake! my slumb’ring minstrel
74.
Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for thee
75.
Let us shake off the coals from our garments
76.
The spacious firmament on high
77.
When I my heart to grief gave way
78.
Praise ye the Lord! ’t is good to raise
79.
Sing, ye redeemed of the Lord
80.
When, as returns this solemn day
81.
Eternal Source of life and light
82.
Children of the Heavenly King
83.
When shall the voice of singing
84.
Glory to God on high!
85.
Praise the Savior, all ye nations
86.
When here our minds are truly turned
87.
To thy temple we repair
88.
To him that made the world
89.
Hark! ten thousand harps and voices
90.
Earth with her ten thousand flowers
91.
Glory be to God on high!
92.
Sing to the Lord our might
93.
Praise to Him by whose kind favor
94.
How happy, gracious Lord, are we
95.
Come brethren, let us strive to show
96.
Zion’s light again is dawning
97.
Through all the lofty sky
98.
Lord, how mysterious are thy ways!
99.
The Lord! how wondrous are his ways!
100.
What equal honors shall we bring
101.
Sov’reign Father, heavenly King
102.
Heralds of creation; cry
103.
Sing we the song to angels given
104.
Brethren, cheer! The Lord our King
105.
With glory clad, with strength arrayed
106.
Sing, all ye ransomed of the Lord
107.
Thy name, Almighty Lord
108.
Stand up, and bless the Lord
Public Worship: Opening Service (Return to top)
109.
Again our earthly cares we leave
110.
In thy name, O Lord, assembling
111.
Welcome, hour of solemn meeting
112.
Sweet is the work, O Lord
113.
Great God! as foll’wers of thy Son
114.
Sov’reign and transforming Grace!
115.
Come, ye that love the Lord
116.
Father of all, in whom alone
117.
With joy we lift our eyes
118.
For thy dear mercy’s sake, O Lord
119.
Light of life, seraphic fire!
120.
Come, gracious Lord, descend and dwell
121.
O bow thine ear, thou God of saints
122.
Lord, we in thy presence come
123.
O God, whose presence glows in all
124.
Once more we come before our God
125.
Jesus, thou all-redeeming Lord
126.
Lord, we come before thee now
127.
Inspirer of the ancient seers
128.
Stealing from the world away
129.
Sweet the time, exceeding sweet!
130.
Truth is mighty! who can stay it?
131.
Lord, since at thy command
132.
Father of mercies, bow thine ear
133.
Lord, in this sacred hour
134.
O thou, at whose almighty word
135.
With thankful hearts we meet, O Lord
136.
O Spirit of the living God!
137.
Sweetly may the blessed Spirit
138.
O not alone with outward sign
139.
Lord, let thy power attend thy word
140.
As the dew, from heaven distilling
141.
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove
142.
Met in thy sacred name, O Lord
143.
Jesus, we look to thee
Public Worship: Prayer (Return to top)
144.
Father, when in love to thee
145.
My God, my Father, while I stray
146.
Father! whate’er of earthly bliss
147.
Oh, Lord! around thine altar now
148.
Talk with us, Lord, thyself reveal
149.
O thou God who hearest prayer
150.
O God of Jacob, by whose hand
151.
O God! give strength to all thy saints
152.
Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!
153.
I ask not now for gold to gild
154.
Oh, Lord! thy people bless
155.
My God, I thank thee! may no thought
156.
To God your ev’ry want
157.
Lord, teach thy servants how to pray
158.
Our Father who in heaven doth dwell
159.
O Lord, to thee we come
160.
Come, thou desire of all thy saints
161.
Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire
162.
I would love thee, God and Father!
163.
Go, when the morning shineth
164.
Father of all our mercies, thou
165.
Let us pray, gladly pray
166.
I want a heart to pray
167.
What various hindrances we meet
168.
Let us pray for one another
169.
God of my life, to thee I call
170.
Show pity, Lord! O Lord, forgive
171.
Where two or three, with sweet accord
172.
When the heart is sad and weary
173.
Heavenly Father, we adore thee!
174.
Shepherd Divine, our wants relieve
175.
How sweet to the soul of the saint ere he rest
Public Worship: Saints’ Warfare (Return to top)
176.
As much have I of worldly good
177.
Hark, how the watchmen cry!
178.
Saints arise! your hearts be glad!
179.
Who are these arrayed in white
180.
Farewell, all earthly honors
181.
Awake, my soul! stretch ev’ry nerve
182.
Am I a soldier of the cross
183.
Ah! this heart is void and chill
184.
Pilgrims in this vale of sorrow
185.
Oh, Lord! how mighty are our foes
186.
After the joys of earth
187.
When grief the saints oppress
188.
Hark! listen to the trumpeters!
189.
Soldiers of Christ, arise
190.
God is marshaling his army
191.
Oh, deem not they are blest alone
192.
Oh, watch, and fight, and pray!
193.
The warrior-saint, behold him stand
194.
When adverse winds and waves arise
195.
Peace! my fond heart, the goal is won!
Public Worship: Confidence in God (Return to top)
196.
Beneath the darkest cloud
197.
Away, my unbelieving fear!
198.
Though troubles assail us, and dangers affright
199.
Commit thou all thy griefs
200.
“My times are in thy hand”
201.
How firm a foundation ye saints of the Lord
202.
The Lord my pasture will prepare
203.
When gath’ring storms around I view
204.
The Lord is my shepherd, no want shall I know
205.
Begone! unbelief, my Savior is near
206.
Where wilt thou put thy trust?
207.
Earthly happiness is fleeting
208.
O Lord! responsive to thy call
209.
In the midst of tribulation
210.
Happy the man whose trust is found
211.
The sorrows of childhood, the follies of youth
Public Worship: Closing Service (Return to top)
212.
Almighty God, thy word is cast
213.
O God! with thanks unfeigned
214.
For a season called to part
215.
O Jesus, our Lord, thy name be adored
216.
Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing
217.
Father of our spirits! hear
218.
In body now we part
219.
To God the only wise
220.
Father, bless thy word to all
221.
Lord, let thy blessing rest in peace
222.
From all that dwell below the skies
223.
Sing Hallelujah! praise the Lord!
224.
Once more before we part
225.
Keep us, Lord, oh, keep us ever
226.
Blest be the dear uniting love
227.
God of all consolation, take
228.
By thy Spirit’s presence stirred
229.
Brethren, breathe one fervent prayer
230.
Soon will our fleeting hours be past
231.
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
232.
We bless thee, Lord, that we have met
233.
May the grace of Christ our Savior
234.
Peace be to this congregation
235.
Lord, at this closing hour
236.
We thank the Lord for grace and gifts
237.
Come, thou soul-transforming Spirit!
238.
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Seasons: Morning (Return to top)
239.
Waked from my bed of slumber sweet
240.
God of the morning, at whose voice
241.
Before the morning’s joyous light
242.
Awake, my soul, and with the sun
243.
Once more, my soul, the rising day
244.
Awake! for the morning is come!
245.
Again, from calm and sweet repose
246.
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
247.
My opening eyes with rapture see
248.
Father, ’tis thine each day to yield
249.
I wake, I wake, ye heavenly choir
250.
The rising sun has chased the night
251.
The light of day breaks mildly forth
252.
Unto the high and mighty Lord
253.
See how the morning sun
254.
Thou who dost my life prolong
255.
How sweet the melting lay
256.
We lift our hearts to thee
257.
Swift, from the east, the day-god is rushing
258.
Giver and guardian of my sleep
259.
Now morning lifts her dewy veil
260.
The shadows of night departed
Seasons: Evening (Return to top)
261.
Another day has fled and gone
262.
Come let us all unite and sing
263.
O Lord another day is flown
264.
The day is past and gone
265.
Glory to thee my God, this night
266.
Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray
267.
Savior, breathe an evening blessing
268.
My God, how endless is thy love!
269.
Inured to poverty and pain
270.
Now from the altar of our hearts
271.
The night comes down in darkness and storm
272.
Abide with me! Fast falls the eventide
273.
Behind the western hills, the sun
274.
Soft shades glide over hill and dale
275.
Tired with the burdens of the day
276.
Our Father here we do appear
277.
Blest sov’reign, let my evening song
278.
Let my blest guardian, while I sleep
279.
Slowly, by God’s hand unfurled
Seasons: The Sabbath (Return to top)
280.
Gently raise the sacred strain
281.
Another week of toil and care
282.
Hail! Sacred Sabbath; day of rest
283.
Blest morning! whose young dawning rays
284.
Safely through another week
285.
Sweet is the light of Sabbath eve
286.
Welcome, delightful morn
287.
We thank thee, God of all the earth
288.
Again the Lord of life and light
289.
Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting cares
290.
Another six days’ work is done
291.
Again the Sabbath morn
292.
Lord, may our hearts be tuned to sing
293.
Thine holy day’s returning
294.
This is the day the Lord hath made
295.
Type of eternal rest,—fair bud of bliss
296.
That we may know thy will supreme
297.
Awake, ye saints, awake!
298.
We bless thee for this sacred day
Seasons: New Year (Return to top)
299.
Eternal Source of ev’ry joy
300.
Another year is swallowed by the sea
301.
Bless, O Lord, each opening year
302.
The day-star has dawned o’er the land of the bless’d
303.
God of the changing year, whose arm of power
304.
Another year hath sped its round
305.
All hail! the new-born year!
306.
Remark, my soul, the narrow bound
307.
How fleet the precious moments roll!
308.
Our Father! through the coming year
309.
While with ceaseless course the sun
310.
Sing to the great Jehovah’s praise
311.
Come, let us anew
312.
Our Helper, God! we bless thy name
Seasons: Spring (Return to top)
313.
Thou art, O God, the life and light
314.
Good is the Lord, the heavenly King
315.
When verdure clothes the fertile vale
316.
While verdant hill and blooming vale
Seasons: Summer (Return to top)
317.
How pleasant o’er the earth’s fair form
318.
Cheerful the summer hours
319.
O Lord in mercy spare
320.
See the corn again in ear
Seasons: Autumn (Return to top)
321.
The sere and yellow leaves appear
322.
See the leaves around us falling
323.
God of the rolling year! to thee
324.
Well doth a summer leaf explain
325.
The sun that declines in the far western sky
Seasons: Winter (Return to top)
326.
The winter winds have circled round
327.
With songs and honors sounding loud
328.
Help us to praise thy name, O Lord
Seasons: Close of Year (Return to top)
329.
Awake, ye saints, and raise your eyes
330.
And now, my soul, another year
331.
Thee we adore, eternal Name!
332.
Thou who roll’st the year around
333.
Into eternity has rolled
Seasons: Seed Time (Return to top)
334.
The ice-bound earth is breaking
335.
The word, thy promise, Lord, we feel
336.
Send forth the sowers,—each hamlet and plain
Seasons: Harvest (Return to top)
337.
Look to the Harvest-field, Lord, in thy might
338.
To praise the ever-bounteous Lord
339.
Labor were futile here
340.
Come, ye thankful people, come
341.
The God of harvest praise