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Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David: to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian church in general (Corr. and enl.)

Editor: Joel Barlow
Publisher: Barlow and Babcock (Printer), Hartford, Conn., 1785
Denomination: Congregationalist Churches
Language: English
Notes: Psalms, Doxologies (D), and Hymns (H) are numbered separately.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
IaBlest is the man who shuns the placeTextPage Scan
IbThe man is ever blestTextPage Scan
IcHappy the man, whose cautious feetTextPage Scan
IIaMaker and Sovereign LordTextPage Scan
IIbWhy did the nations join to stayTextPage Scan
IIcWhy did the Jews proclaim their rage?TextPage Scan
IIIaMy God, how many are my fears?TextPage Scan
IIIbO Lord, how many are my foesTextPage Scan
IVaO God of grace and righteousnessTextPage Scan
IVbLord, thou wilt hear me when I prayTextPage Scan
VLord, in the morning thou shalt hearTextPage Scan
VIaIn Anger, Lord, do not chastiseTextPage Scan
VIbLord, I can suffer thy rebukesTextPage Scan
VIIMy trust is in my heavenly FriendTextPage Scan
VIIIaO Lord, our heavenly KingTextPage Scan
VIIIbO Lord, our Lord, how wondrous greatTextPage Scan
VIIIcAlmighty Ruler of the skiesTextPage Scan
VIIIdLord, what was man when made at firstTextPage Scan
IXaWith my whole heart I'll raise my songTextPage Scan
IXbWhen the great Judge supreme and justTextPage Scan
XWhy doth the Lord depart so farTextPage Scan
XIMy refuge is the God of loveTextPage Scan
XIIaAlmighty God, appear and save!TextPage Scan
XIIbHelp, Lord, for men of virutue failTextPage Scan
XIIIHow long wilt thou conceal thy face?TextPage Scan
XIVaFools in their hearts believe and sayTextPage Scan
XIVbAre sinners now so senseless grownTextPage Scan
XVaWho shall inhabit in thy hillTextPage Scan
XVbWho shall ascend thy heavenly placeTextPage Scan
XVIaPreserve me, Lord, in time of needTextPage Scan
XVIbHow fast their guilt and sorrows riseTextPage Scan
XVIcWhen God is nigh, my faith is strongTextPage Scan
XVIdSave me, O Lord, from every foeTextPage Scan
XVIeI set the Lord before my faceTextPage Scan
XVIIaArise, my gracious GodTextPage Scan
XVIIbLord, I am thine; but thou wilt proveTextPage Scan
XVIIIaThee will I love, O Lord, my strengthTextPage Scan
XVIIIbLord, thou hast seen my soul sincereTextPage Scan
XVIIIcJust are thy ways, and true thy wordTextPage Scan
XVIIIdWe love thee, Lord, and we adoreTextPage Scan
XVIIIeTo thine almighty arm we oweTextPage Scan
XIXaBehold the lofty skyTextPage Scan
XIXbBehold the morning sunTextPage Scan
XIXcThe heavens declare thy glory, LordTextPage Scan
XIXdGreat God, the heaven's well order'd frameTextPage Scan
XXNow may the God of power and graceTextPage Scan
XXIaIn thee great God, with songs of praiseTextPage Scan
XXIbDavid rejoic'd in God his strengthTextPage Scan
XXIIaWhy has my God my soul forsookTextPage Scan
XXIIbNow from the roaring lion's rageTextPage Scan
XXIIcNow let our mournful songs recordTextPage Scan
XXIIIaMy shepherd is the living LordTextPage Scan
XXIIIbMy Shepherd will supply my needTextPage Scan
XXIIIcThe Lord my Shepherd isTextPage Scan
XXIVaThe earth forever is the Lord'sTextPage Scan
XXIVbThis spacious earth is all the Lord'sTextPage Scan
XXVaI lift my soul to GodTextPage Scan
XXVbWhere shall the man be foundTextPage Scan
XXVcMine eyes and my deisreTextPage Scan
XXVIJudge me, O Lord, and prove my waysTextPage Scan
XXVIIaThe Lord of glory is my lightTextPage Scan
XXVIIbSoon as I heard my Father sayTextPage Scan
XXVIIITo thee, o Lord, I raise my criesTextPage Scan
XXIXGive to the Lord, ye sons of fameTextPage Scan
XXXaI will extol thee, Lord, on highTextPage Scan
XXXbFirm was my health, my day was brightTextPage Scan
XXXIaTo thee, O God of truth and loveTextPage Scan
XXXIbMy heart rejoices in thy nameTextPage Scan
XXXIIaOh blessed souls are theyTextPage Scan
XXXIIbHow blest the man to whom his GodTextPage Scan
XXXIIcBlest is the man, forever blestTextPage Scan
XXXIIdWhile I keep silence and concealTextPage Scan
XXXIIIaRejoice, ye Righteous, in the LordTextPage Scan
XXXIIIbBlest is the nation, where the LordTextPage Scan
XXXIIIcYe holy souls, in GOD rejoiceTextPage Scan
XXXIIIdOh happy nation, where the LordTextPage Scan
XXXIVaLord, I will bless thee all my daysTextPage Scan
XXXIVbChildren, in years and knowledge youngTextPage Scan
XXXIVcI'll bless the Lord from day to dayTextPage Scan
XXXIVdCome, children, learn to fear the LordTextPage Scan
XXXVBehold the love, the generous loveTextPage Scan
XXXVIaHigh in the heavens, eternal GodTextPage Scan
XXXVIbWhile men grow bold in wicked waysTextPage Scan
XXXVIcWhen man grows bold in sinTextPage Scan
XXXVIIaWhy should I vex my soul, and fretTextPage Scan
XXXVIIbWhy do the wealthy wicked boastTextPage Scan
XXXVIIcMy God, the steps of pious menTextPage Scan
XXXVIIIAmidst thy wrath remember loveTextPage Scan
XXXIXaThus I resolv'd before the LordTextPage Scan
XXXIXbTeach me the measure of my daysTextPage Scan
XXXIXcGod of my life, look gently downTextPage Scan
XLaI waited patient for the LordTextPage Scan
XLbThus saith the Lord, your work is vainTextPage Scan
XLcThe wonders, Lord, thy Love has wroughtTextPage Scan
XLIBlest is the man, whose breast can moveTextPage Scan
XLIIaWith earnest longings of the mindTextPage Scan
XLIIbMy spirit sinks within me, LordTextPage Scan
XLIIIJudge me, O God, and plead my causeTextPage Scan
XLIVLord, we have heard thy works of oldTextPage Scan
XLVaMy Saviour and my KingTextPage Scan

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