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Hymns and Spiritual Songs

J. C. Ryle (1816-1900)

1. Preface
2. Hymns 1-10
3. Hymns 11-20
4. Hymns 21-30
5. Hymns 31-40
6. Hymns 41-50
7. Hymns 51-60
8. Hymns 61-70
9. Hymns 71-80
10. Hymns 81-90
11. Hymns 91-100
12. Hymns 101-110
13. Hymns 111-120
14. Hymns 121-130
15. Hymns 131-140
16. Hymns 141-150
17. Hymns 151-160
18. Hymns 161-170
19. Hymns 171-180
20. Hymns 181-190
21. Hymns 171-200
22. Hymns 201-210
23. Hymns 211-220
24. Hymns 221-230
25. Hymns 231-240
26. Hymns 241-250
27. Hymns 251-260
28. Hymns 261-270
29. Hymns 271-280
30. Hymns 281-290
31. Hymns 291-300

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Summary

In sending forth a new collection of Hymns, I feel it necessary to preface the work by a few words of explanation. The volume now in the reader's hands does not profess to be a complete collection of all the best English hymns. The comfort of invalids and the edification of Christians in private have been the two principal objects I have had in view in preparing this collection. I hold strongly, that holy thoughts often abide for ever in men's memories under the form of poetry, which pass away and are forgotten under the form of prose. The subjects of the hymns in this collection are of wide range. I have specially endeavored to include those which come home to the hearts of all true Christians, of every name, and people, and tongue. Hymns full of Jesus Christ, whether living, dying, rising, interceding, sympathizing, or coming again, -- hymns full of the experience of believers, their conflicts, crosses, hopes, fears, sorrows, and joys, -- such hymns are always useful. Of such, the Church can never have too many. Of such, I venture to think the present volume contains a rich store. (From the Preface)

Reviews

Malcolm Willis

- Hymns

Beautifully read - highly recommended