The Christian Psalter

Editor: William P. Lunt
Publisher: C. C. Little & James Brown, Boston, Mass., 1841
Notes: Page Images available at Internet Archive
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d301Long have I [we] sat beneath the sound
d302Look back my soul what hast thou done
d303Lord, how secure and blest [blessed] are they
d304Lord, I have made thy word my choice
d305Lord! I will bless thee all my days
d306Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high
d307Lord of all worlds, let thanks and praise
d308Lord of the [this] Sabbath, hear our vows
d309Lord of the worlds above, How pleasant and how fair
d310Lord, thou art good, all nature shows
d311Lord, thou hast searched, and seen me [us] through
d312Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray
d313Lord, through the dubious [devious] path [paths] of life
d314Lord, 'tis an infinite delight
d315Lord, we adore thy vast designs
d316Lord, we adore thy wondrous name
d317Lord, we have wandered from thy [the] way
d318Lord, what a feeble piece
d319Lord, what our ears have heard
d320Lord, when I quit this earthly stage
d321Lord, when iniquities abound
d322Lord, when we bend before thy [the] throne
d323Lord, who's the happy man, that may
d324Loud be thy name adored
d325Loud to the Prince of Heaven
d326Lowly and solemn be they children's cry
d327Man has a soul of vast desires
d328Mark the soft falling snow
d329May the grace of Christ [God] our [the] Savior
d330Mistaken souls, that [who] dream of heaven
d331My dear Redeemer, and my Lord
d332My drowsy powers, why sleep ye [you] so
d333My God, all nature owns thy sway
d334My God, how cheerful [cheering] is the sound
d335My God, how endless [lasting] is thy love
d336My God, I love, and I adore
d337My God, I thank thee, may no thought
d338My God, if possible it be
d339My God, in whom are all the springs of boundless love
d340My God, my King, thy various praise
d341My God, my [mine] everlasting hope, I live upon thy truth
d342My God, my portion, and my love, my everlasting all.
d343My God, permit me [us] not to be a stranger
d344My God, permit my tongue this joy, to call thee mine
d345My God the covenant of thy love abides forever sure
d346My God, the steps of pious [righteous] men
d347My God, who makes [makest] the sun to know
d348My God, whose all pervading eye
d349My gracious Lord [God], I own thy right
d350My helper God I bless his [thy] name
d351My Maker and my King
d352My never ceasing song [songs] shall show
d353My Shepherd is the living Lord, nothing therefore
d354My Shepherd is the living Lord, Now shall
d355My Shepherd is the Lord on high
d356My soul, before thy Maker kneel
d357My soul, how lovely is the place to which thy God
d358My soul lies cleaving to the dust, Lord, give me
d359My soul, repeat His praise Whose mercies are so
d360My soul, the awful hour will come, Apace it
d361My soul, thy great Creator praise When clothed in
d362My thoughts, that oft ascend [often mount] the skies
d363Naked as from the earth we came
d364Nations, attend before his throne
d365No change of times shall ever shock my trust, O Lord, in thee
d366No war nor battle's sound was heard
d367Nor eye hath seen nor ear hath heard
d368Not to ourselves who are but dust
d369Not to the terrors of the Lord the tempest fire and smoke
d370Now be my heart [our hearts] inspired to sing
d371Now be the God of Isr'l blest
d372Now from the roaring lion's rage
d373Now let a true [pure] ambition rise
d374Now let our mourning [drooping] hearts revive
d375Now let our voices join
d376Now let the glad, converted world
d377Now Lord, thy heavenly [gospel] seed is sown
d378Now may he who from the dead
d379Now may the God of [grace and power] power and grace
d380Now morning lifts her dewy veil
d381Now to the Lord a noble [joyful] song
d382O all ye people, clap your hands
d383O blessed souls are they
d384O bow thine ear, Eternal One
d385O come and sing your Maker's name
d386O come, loud anthems let us sing, loud thanks
d387O for a closer walk with God
d388O for a prophet's fire
d389O for a shout of sacred joy
d390O God, by whom [thee] the seed is given
d391O God, I thank thee that the night
d392O God, to thee my sinking soul
d393O God, we praise thee and confess
d394O God, whose dread and dazzling brow
d395O God, whose presence glows in all Within, around us, and above
d396O God, with goodness all thy own
d397O happy Christian, who can boast
d398O happy is the man [child] who [that] hears instruction's [religion's] [Messiah's] warning voice
d399O happy soul that [who] lives on high, While men lie grovelling
d400O heal me, Lord, for I am weak

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