A Collection of Psalms and Hymns

Editor: John Wesley
Publisher: Lewis Timothy, Charles-Town, S.C., 1737
Denomination: Methodist/Pietist
Language: English
Notes: Hymnal is in three parts: Psalms and Hymns for Sunday, Psalms and Hymns for Wednesday or Friday (B) and Psalms and Hymns for Saturday (C)
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IYe holy souls, in God rejoiceText
IIOn God supreme our Hope dependsText
IIIO for a shout of sacred joyText
IVBefore Jehovah's awful ThroneText
VYe Priests of God, whose happy DaysText
VINot unto us we all disclaimText
VIIO Thou, who when I did complainText
VIIIYe Nations, who the Globe divideText
IXI'll praise my Maker while I've BreathText
XPraise ye the Lord; 'Tis good to raiseText
XIHail, Father, whose creating CallText
XIIHail, God the Son, in Glory crown'dText
XIIIHail Holy Ghost, Jehovah, ThirdText
XIVHail, Holy, Holy, Holy Lord!Text
XVRise, O my soul and leave the GroundText
XVIO God, thou bottomless AbyssText
XVIIJesu, behold the Wise from farText
XVIIIBehold what wondrous GraceText
XIXAwake our Souls, away our FearsText
XXO King of glory, King of PeaceText
XXIWhat equal Honours shall we bringText
XXIICome holy Spirit, send down those BeamsText
XXIIIWe bless the Prophet of the LordText
XXIVBehold we come, dear Lord, to theeText
XXVAnd must this Body die?Text
XXVIJesu, to thee my Heart I bowText
XXVIIWhen all thy Mercies, o my GodText
XXVIIIMy God,how endless is thy Love!Text
XXIXCome ye that love the LordText
XXXJoin all the Names of Love and PowerText
XXXIThe Voice of my beloved soundsText
XXXIIDear Lord, my thankful heart revivesText
XXXIIIAlmighty Maker, God!Text
XXXIVHail, glorious Angels, Heirs of LightText
XXXVTime, what an empty Vapour 'tisText
XXXVIBuried in Shadows of the NightText
XXXVIIBlest be the Father and his LoveText
XXXVIIIO Jesu, why, why dost thou LoveText
XXXIXHow swiftly wafted in a SighText
XLO Jesu, source of calm reposeText
B.IAmidst thy Wrath remember LoveText
B.IIO thou that hear'st when sinners cryText
B.IIIThro' every Age, eternal GodText
B.IVLord, if thine eyes survey our faultsText
B.VWilt thou, O Lord, regard my TearsText
B.VIFrom whence these dire Portents aroundText
B.VIIO throw away thy Rod!Text
B.VIIIBehold the Savior of MankindText
B.IXThou Lord my Power and Wisdom artText
BXVIWith bended Knees and aking eyesText
B.XWhen rising from the Bed of DeathText
B.XIWith Joy we meditate the GraceText
B.XIILord, how in Silence I despiseText
B.XIIILong have I sat beneath the SoundText
B.XIVThou Lamb of God, thou Prince of PeaceText
B.XVHow sad our State by Nature isText
B.XVIILord, we confess our numerous FaultsText
B.XVIIILord Jesu, when, when shall it beText
B.XIXHow heavy is the NightText
B.XXMy Soul before thee prostrate liesText
C.IBehold the lofty skyText
C.IIThe spacious Firmament on highText
C.IIIGreat God, the Heav'ns well order'd FrameText
C.IVOn thee the Race of Man dependsText
C.VaThee, Lord, my Soul aspires to singText
C.VbThou send'st, thy Creatures to sustainText
C.VcThe Moon to run her destin'd SpaceText
C.VdThese all own thy paternal CareText
C.VIWhen Israel freed from Pharoah's HandText
C.VIIaLet every Creature joinText
C.VIIbLet Earth and Ocean knowText
C.VIIcMonarchs of wide CommandText
C.VIIIHark, my dull Soul, how every ThingText
C.IXRegent of all the Worlds aboveText
C.XaAuthor of Being, Source of LightText
C.XbScarce can our daring thought ariseText
C.XcThou, Sole from Sole, command'st the SunText
C.XdO ye sweet Nurses of soft DreamsText
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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