A Collection of Psalms and Hymns: from Watts, Doddridge, and others (4th ed. with an appendix)

Publisher: R. and R. Beresford, Printers, Philadelphia, 1846
Language: English
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301God, who is just and kindPage Scan
302O that the Lord would guide my waysPage Scan
303Thy mercies fill the earth, O LordPage Scan
304Teach me, O teach me, Lord, thy wayPage Scan
305Eternal Source of life and lightPage Scan
306Thine influence, mighty God, is feltPage Scan
307Amidst a world of hopes and fearsPage Scan
308Are not thy mercies sov'reign stillPage Scan
309O that thy statues ev'ry hourPage Scan
310My soul forsakes each vain delightPage Scan
311Let sorrow, Lord, my bosom fillPage Scan
312Searcher of hearts, before thy facePage Scan
313Thou art my portion, O my GodPage Scan
314And will the eternal KingPage Scan
315With my whole heart I've sought thy facePage Scan
316Lord, we have wander'd from thy wayPage Scan
317Shine forth, Eternal Source of lightPage Scan
318Ye glitt'ring toys of earth, adieuPage Scan
319All earthly charms, however dearPage Scan
320Not by the terrors of a slavePage Scan
321Mere human pow'rs shall fast decayPage Scan
322In vain, alas, from shore to shorePage Scan
323O happiness, thou pleasing dreamPage Scan
324Forsake, my soul, the tents of sinPage Scan
325'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
326Come, ye who love the LordPage Scan
327When gloomy thoughts and boding fearsPage Scan
328Soft are the fruitful show'rs that bringPage Scan
329While some in folly's pleasures rollPage Scan
330A wounded conscience, what a foe!Page Scan
331When storms hang o'er the Christian's headPage Scan
332The man is ever blestPage Scan
333How blest the man, how more than blestPage Scan
334Who shall ascend thy heav'nly placePage Scan
335Th' Almighty reigns, exalted highPage Scan
336There is a glorious world on highPage Scan
337The man whose heart from vice is clearPage Scan
338My God, the steps of pious manPage Scan
339Why will you waste on trifling caresPage Scan
340Beset with snares on ev'ry handPage Scan
341Now let a true ambition risePage Scan
342My soul, before thy Maker bowPage Scan
343Eternal and immortal KingPage Scan
344Sing to the Lord, who loud proclaimsPage Scan
345Thy judgments, Lord, are deep and highPage Scan
346Hast thou not heard, hast thou not knownPage Scan
347I to my God my ways commitPage Scan
348Praise, everlasting praise, be paidPage Scan
349O how my fears the dangers movePage Scan
350Great God, thine attributes divinePage Scan
351The righteous Lord, supremely greatPage Scan
352My God, my Father, cheering name!Page Scan
353Great Lord of earth and seas and skiesPage Scan
354Author of good, we rest on theePage Scan
355O Lord, my best desires fulfilPage Scan
356Where love and all the graces reignPage Scan
357Lord, when my thoughts delighted rovePage Scan
358Great Source of all that we enjoyPage Scan
359Thus saith the first, the great commandPage Scan
360Though perfect eloquence adorn'dPage Scan
361Far from thy servants, God of gracePage Scan
362All nature feels attractive pow'rPage Scan
363O God, my Saviour and my KingPage Scan
364O ye who seek Jehovah's facePage Scan
365Daughters of pity, tune the layPage Scan
366Hail, Source of pleasures ever newPage Scan
367O sweeter than the fragrant flow'rPage Scan
368Come, let us search our ways and tryPage Scan
369Parent of all, OmnipotentPage Scan
370Great God, whose all-pervading eyePage Scan
371Absurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
372All-seeing God, 'tis thine to knowPage Scan
373Let party names no morePage Scan
374Indulgent God, with pitying eyePage Scan
375Happy the man whose cautious stepsPage Scan
376Awake, my soul, rouse ev'ry pow'rPage Scan
377How glorious, Lord, art thou!Page Scan
378O 'tis a lovely thing to seePage Scan
379Mark, when tempestuous winds arisePage Scan
380O thou whose scales the mountains weighPage Scan
381Wherefore should man, frail child of clayPage Scan
382How vain is grandeur's purple pride!Page Scan
383Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
384Why should I thus perplexPage Scan
385If solid happiness we prizePage Scan
386So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
387The man whose firm and equal mindPage Scan
388Ah wretched souls, who strive in vainPage Scan
389Courage, my soul, while God is nearPage Scan
390Shall I forsake that heav'nly FriendPage Scan
391Assist us, Lord, thy name to praisePage Scan
392Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyesPage Scan
393Our country is Immanuel's groudPage Scan
394Sing, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
395Now let our voices joinPage Scan
396Hark, for the great Creator speaksPage Scan
397'Tis by the faith of joys to comePage Scan
398Faith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
399Ah why should this mistaken mindPage Scan
400Happy the man whose wishes climbPage Scan

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