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Appendix, Containing a Number of Hymns, Taken Chiefly from Dr. Watts's Scripture Collection

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
IBehold the Glories of the LambText
IILet every mortal ear attendText
IIIHow honorable is the placeText
IVIn vain we lavish out our lives Text
VHow beauteous are their FeetText
VIBlest be the everlasting GodText
VIIIn thine own Ways, O God of LoveText
VIIIWhence do our mournful Tho'ts ariseText
IXNow shall my inward Joys ariseText
XThese glorious Minds how bright they shineText
XIWe sing the Glories of thy LoveText
XIIJesus is gone above the SkiesText
XIIIHow sweet and awful is the PlaceText
XIVThou whom my Soul admires aboveText
XVThe Voice of my Beloved soundsText
XVIDaughters of Sion, come, beholdText
XVIIThus saith the high and lofty OneText
XVIIIBlest are the humble Souls that seeText
XIXI'm not asham'd to own my LordText
XXThere is a House not made with HandsText
XXIThus saith the first, the great CommandText
XXIICome hither,all ye weary SoulsText
XXIIINow blest be Isr'l's Lord and GodText
XXIVMy soul and spirit filled with joyText
XXVLord, let thy Servant now departText
XXVIWhile Shepherds watch'd their Flocks by NightText
XXVIISince Christ our Passover is slainText
XXVIIIO God, we praise Thee and confessText
XXIXThou God, all Glory, Honour, Pow'rText
XXXAll ye who faithful Servants areText
XXXIOur Father, who in Heaven artText
XXXIIChrist from the Dead is rais'd, and madeText
XXXIIIShepherds, rejoice, lift up you EyesText
XXXIVChildren, to your Creator, GodText
XXXVNaked as from the Earth we cameText
XXXVIWho shall the Lord's Elect condemn?Text
XXXVIIIn vain the wealthiy Mortals toilText
XXXVIIIAll mortal Vanities be goneText
XXXIXDeath may dissolve my Body nowText
XLWhat mighty Man,or mighty GodText
XLIAdore and tremble, for our GodText
XLIIAwake our Souls, away our FearsText
XLIIITo God the only WiseText
XLIVLet mortal Tongues attempt to singText
XLVNow to the Lord that makes us knowText
XLVICome let us join our chearful SongsText
XLVIIBehold what wond'rous GraceText
XLVIIIWho is this fair One in DistressText
XLIXShall the vile Race of Flesh and BloodText
LLife is the Time to serve the LordText
LIVain are the Hopes the Sons of MenText
LIINot to condemn the Sons of MenText
LIIINor Eye hath seen, nor Ear has heardText
LIVShall we go on to sinText
LVNo more, my God, I boast no moreText
LVILord, how secure my Conscience wasText
LVIIThe Law by Moses cameText
LVIIIWith Joy we meditate the GraceText
LIXSo let our Lips and Lives expressText
LXHad I the Tongues of Greeks and JewText
LXINow to the Pow'r of God supremeText
LXIIWho has believ'd thy WordText
LXIIIHow short and hasty is our Life!Text
LXIVNow to the Lord a noble Song!Text
LXVBright King of Glory, dreadful God!Text
LXVIHark! from the Tombs a doleful SoundText
LXVIIThus saith the Ruler of the SkiesText
LXVIIIInfinite Grief! amazing WoeText
LXIXNot to the Terrors of the LordText
LXXWhere are the Mourners (saith the Lord)Text
LXXICan Creatures to Perfection findText
LXXIITwas on that dark, that doleful NightText
LXXIIIWhen I survey the wond'rous CrossText
LXXIVHow rich are thy Provisions, Lord!Text
LXXVGlory to God the Father's NameText
LXXVITo Him that chose us firstText
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