Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs for ... Religious Assemblies and Private Christians ... 9th ed.

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d101Lord, when together here we meet
d102Lord, whither shall I flee
d103Luke warm souls, the foe grows stronger
d104Mercy, O thou Son of David
d105Methinks I hear my Savior call, His pleasant voice
d106Mine ears delighted with the sound
d107My days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] years
d108My God, how perfect are thy ways
d109My God the covenant of thy love abides forever sure
d110My God, the spring of all my joys
d111My song shall bless the Lord of all
d112My soul doth magnify the Lord, My spirit doth
d113My soul, why weepest thou, Tell me from whence
d114Now in a song of grateful praise [love]
d115Now is the time, O lovely youth
d116Now let us join with hearts and tongues
d117Now, Lord, though we must part awhile
d118Now while we do begin to sing
d119Now who are they who dare to say
d120O could I find from day to day
d121O for a glance of heavenly day
d122O for a sweet, inspiring ray
d123O happy souls, how fast you go, and leave me here behind
d124O now begin thy [the] heavenly theme
d125O that my load of sin were [was] gone
d126O the delights, the heavenly joys
d127O what a glorious mystery, wonder, wonder, wonder
d128O why are you cast down my soul
d129ôTis finished, so the Savior cried, and meekly
d130Our souls rejoice to hear the sound
d131Prayer is [was] appointed to convey
d132Raise thee my soul fly up and run
d133Rise, Zion, shine, thy light has come
d134Savior, visit Thy [our] plantation, grant us Lord, a gracious rain
d135See what a wretched state
d136Sin is the fatal cause of woe
d137Since God hath let us live to see
d138So foolish, so absurd am I
d139Still out of the deepest abyss
d140Ten thousand talents once I owed
d141That awful day will surely come
d142That heart is harder than a stone
d143That name to me sounds ever sweet
d144The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d145The God of grace to human race
d146The great Redeemer gave command
d147The great tremendous day's approaching
d148The Lord our Salvation and Light
d149The name of Christ, how sweet it sounds
d150The spacious firmament on high
d151The table spread my soul there spies
d152The worth of truth no tongue can tell
d153Thine earthly Sabbath [Sabbaths], Lord we love
d154Thou sovereign King of kings
d155Though trouble assail us, and dangers affright
d156Throughout our Savior's life we trace
d157Thus saith the Lord, your Master dear
d158Thus the Redeemer kindly saith
d159Time, like an over flowing stream, sweeps
d160'Tis a point I long to know
d161Today Immanuel feeds his sheep
d162'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d163Wandering pilgrim [pilgrims], mourning Christian [Christians]
d164We in this tabernacle mourn For immortality
d165Weary of struggling with my pain
d166Well met, dear friends, in Jesus' name
d167What poor despised company
d168What shall the dying sinner do
d169What various hindrances we meet
d170When converts first begin to sing
d171When death appears before my [our] sight
d172When I can read my title clear
d173When John, though a man, baptizing began
d174When pity prompts me to look round [around] [down] upon my [this] fellow clay
d175While I am blest with youthful bloom [prime]
d176Why should a living man complain
d177Why should the nations angry be
d178Ye humble souls, approach your God
d179Yonder amazing sight I [we] see

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