The Psalms of David: with hymns and spiritual songs: also, the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Church in the Netherlands

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Publisher: Hodge, Allen & Campbell (Printer), New York, 1789
Denomination: Reformed Protestant Ducth Church
Language: English
Notes: Psalms, Hymns (H), and Doxologies (D) are numbered separately. Some of the Psalms and the Hymns have more than one part.
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1How blest is he who ne'er consentsTextPage Scan
2With restless and ungovern'd rageTextPage Scan
3My God, how many are my fears?TextPage Scan
4O God of grace and righteousnessTextPage Scan
5Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearTextPage Scan
6Thy dreadful anger, Lord, restrainTextPage Scan
7My trust is in my heavenly FriendTextPage Scan
8O Lord, our heavenly KingTextPage Scan
9To celebrate thy name, O LORD!TextPage Scan
10Why doth the Lord depart so far?TextPage Scan
11Since I have plac'd my trust in GodTextPage Scan
12Almighty God appear and save!TextPage Scan
13How long shall I repine?TextPage Scan
14Sure wicked fools must needs supposeTextPage Scan
15Who shall ascend thy heav'nly placeTextPage Scan
16Preserve me, Lord, in time of needTextPage Scan
17To my just plea, and sad complaintTextPage Scan
18No change of times shall ever shockTextPage Scan
19Behold the lofty skyTextPage Scan
20Now may the God of pow'r and graceTextPage Scan
21In thee, great God, with songs of praiseTextPage Scan
22My God! my God! why leav'st thou meTextPage Scan
23The Lord himself doth condescendTextPage Scan
24This spacious earth is all the Lord'sTextPage Scan
25I lift my soul to GodTextPage Scan
26Judge me, O Lord, and prove my waysTextPage Scan
27Whom should I fear, since God to meTextPage Scan
28To thee, O Lord, I raise my criesTextPage Scan
29Ye princes, that in might excelTextPage Scan
30I will extol thee, Lord, on highTextPage Scan
31From shame and insult set me freeTextPage Scan
32Blest is the man, for ever blestTextPage Scan
33Rejoice, ye righteous, in the LordTextPage Scan
34Through all the changing scenes of lifeTextPage Scan
35Against all those that strive with meTextPage Scan
36When man grows bold in sinTextPage Scan
37Why should I vex my soul, and fretTextPage Scan
38Amidst thy wrath remember loveTextPage Scan
39Thus I resolv'd before the LordTextPage Scan
40I waited patient for the LordTextPage Scan
41He's bless'd whose tender careTextPage Scan
42As pants the hart for cooling streamsTextPage Scan
43Just Judge of heav'n, against my foesTextPage Scan
44Lord, we have heard thy works of oldTextPage Scan
45Now be my heart inspir'd to singTextPage Scan
46God is our refuge in distressTextPage Scan
47Oh for a shout of sacred joyTextPage Scan
48Great is the Lord our GodTextPage Scan
49Why doth the man of riches growTextPage Scan
50The Lord, the judge, before his throneTextPage Scan
51Shew pity, Lord, O Lord, forgiveTextPage Scan
52Why should the haughty hero boastTextPage Scan
53The wicked fools must sure supposeTextPage Scan
54Behold us, Lord, and let our cryTextPage Scan
55O God, my refuge, hear my criesTextPage Scan
56O thou whose justice reigns on highTextPage Scan
57Thy mercy, Lord, to me extendTextPage Scan
58Judges, who rule the world by lawsTextPage Scan
59From foes, that round us riseTextPage Scan
60O God, who hast our troops disperstTextPage Scan
61When overwhelm'd with griefTextPage Scan
62My soul for help on God reliesTextPage Scan
63Great God, indulge my humble claimTextPage Scan
64Great God, attend to my complaintTextPage Scan
65Praise waits in Sion, Lord, for theeTextPage Scan
66Sing, all the nations to the LordTextPage Scan
67To bless thy chosen raceTextPage Scan
68Let God, the God of battle, riseTextPage Scan
69Save me, O God, from waves that rollTextPage Scan
70In haste, O God, attend my callTextPage Scan
71My God, my everlasting hopeTextPage Scan
72Lord let thy just decrees the kingTextPage Scan
73At length by certain proofs, 'tis plainTextPage Scan
74Will God for ever cast us off!TextPage Scan
75To thee, most high and holy GodTextPage Scan
76In Judah the Almighty's knownTextPage Scan
77To God I cry'd with mournful voiceTextPage Scan
78Hear, O my people, to my lawTextPage Scan
79The heathen hosts, O God!TextPage Scan
80O Isr'el's shepherd, Joseph's guideTextPage Scan
81To God, our never failing strengthTextPage Scan
82Among th' assemblies of the greatTextPage Scan
83Hold not thy peace, O Lord, our God!TextPage Scan
84How pleasant, how divinely fairTextPage Scan
85Lord, thou hast call'd thy grace to mindTextPage Scan
86To my complaint, O Lord, my GodTextPage Scan
87God in his earthly temple laysTextPage Scan
88To thee, my God and Saviour, ITextPage Scan
89Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my songTextPage Scan
90Our God, our help in ages pastTextPage Scan
91He that hath made his refuge GodTextPage Scan
92Sweet is the work, my God, my KingTextPage Scan
93With glory clad, with strength array'dTextPage Scan
94O God! to whom revenge belongsTextPage Scan
95O come, loud anthems let us singTextPage Scan
96Sing to the Lord, a new made songTextPage Scan
97He reigns; the Lord, the Saviour reigns!TextPage Scan
98To our almighty Maker, GodTextPage Scan
99Jehovah reigns, let allTextPage Scan
100Before Jehovah's awful throneTextPage Scan

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



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