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A Collection of Psalms and Hymns, for Social and Private Worship (Rev. ed. with supplement)

Editor: Henry Devereux Sewall
Publisher: C. S. Francis & Co., New York, 1845
Language: English
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101This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
102Thy kingdom, Lord! for ever standsPage Scan
103Thy gracious aid, great God! impartPage Scan
104'Tis by thy strength the mountains standPage Scan
105To God, of every good the springPage Scan
106We bless thee for this sacred dayPage Scan
107We sing of God, the mighty sourcePage Scan
108We sing the almighty power of GodPage Scan
109When, as returns this solemn dayPage Scan
110Wherewith shall we approach the LordPage Scan
111While here, as wandering sheep we strayPage Scan
112With glory clad, with strength arrayedPage Scan
113With one consent, let all the earthPage Scan
114With reverence let the saints appearPage Scan
115Ye nations round the earth! rejoicePage Scan
116Ye sons of men! in sacred laysPage Scan
117Ye sons of men! with joy recordPage Scan
118Ye who delight to serve the LordPage Scan
119Ye tribes of Adam! joinPage Scan
120Ye works of God! on him alonePage Scan
121Absurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
122Affliction's faded form draws nighPage Scan
123A glory gilds the sacred pagePage Scan
124Ah! wretched souls, who still remainPage Scan
125All nature dies, and lives againPage Scan
126All nature feels attractive powerPage Scan
127All-powerful, self-existent GodPage Scan
128All-seeing God! 'tis thine to knowPage Scan
129Almighty! listen while we raisePage Scan
130Amidst a world of hopes and fearsPage Scan
131Almighty Maker! Lord of all!Page Scan
132And is the gospel peace and love?Page Scan
133Angel! roll the rock awayPage Scan
134Arise, my soul! extend thy wingsPage Scan
135As body when the soul has fledPage Scan
136Author of good! we rest on theePage Scan
137Awake our souls! away our fears!Page Scan
138Awake, my soul! lift up thine eyesPage Scan
139Awake, my soul! rouse every powerPage Scan
140Awake my soul! stretch every nervePage Scan
141Awake, my soul! to hymns of praisePage Scan
142Awake, ye saints! and raise your eyesPage Scan
143Behold the amazing sightPage Scan
144Behold the Prince of PeacePage Scan
145Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
146Behold! where, breathing love divinePage Scan
147Behold! where, in a mortal formPage Scan
148'Blessed are the meek,' he saidPage Scan
149Blessed be the everlasting GodPage Scan
150Blessed hour, when virtuous friends shall meetPage Scan
151Blessed is the man who fears the LordPage Scan
152Blessed are the sons of peacePage Scan
153Can creatures to perfection findPage Scan
154Come, let us search our ways, and try Page Scan
155Come unto me, all ye who mournPage Scan
156Come, said Jesus’ sacred voicePage Scan
157Deem not that they are blessed alonePage Scan
158Eternal and immortal King!Page Scan
159Eternal God! how frail is man!Page Scan
160Eternal God! thy works of mightPage Scan
161Faith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
162Far from these scenes of night Page Scan
163Far from the world, O Lord! I fleePage Scan
164Far from thy servants, God of grace!Page Scan
165Father divine! before thy viewPage Scan
166Father of Jesus! God of love!Page Scan
167Father of light! conduct my feetPage Scan
168Father of mercies! God of love!Page Scan
169Frail life of man--how short its stayPage Scan
170From Christ, my Lord, shall I departPage Scan
171From every thought and wish impurePage Scan
172From north and south, from east and westPage Scan
173God, in the gospel of his SonPage Scan
174God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
175God of eternity! from theePage Scan
176God of mercy! God of love!Page Scan
177God of our lives! our thanks to theePage Scan
178God of our lives! whose bounteous carePage Scan
179God of the morning! at whose voicePage Scan
180God, who is just and kindPage Scan
181God reigns; events in order flowPage Scan
182Great God! wert thou extreme to markPage Scan
183Great Author of all nature's frame!Page Scan
184Great Former of this various frame!Page Scan
185Great God! how infinite art thou!Page Scan
186Great God! in vain man's narrow viewPage Scan
187Great God! how vast is thine abode!Page Scan
188Great God! my Father and my FriendPage Scan
189Great God of grace! arise and shinePage Scan
190Great God! to thee our grateful tonguesPage Scan
191Great God! thine attributes divinePage Scan
192Great God! whose all-pervading eyePage Scan
193Great God! whose universal swayPage Scan
194Great Lord of earth, and seas, and skies!Page Scan
195Great Ruler of all nature's frame!Page Scan
196Great Source of life! our souls confessPage Scan
197Hail, love divine! joys ever newPage Scan
198Happy the man, whose wishes climbPage Scan
199Happy the meek, whose gentle breastPage Scan
200Happy the unrepining poorPage Scan

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