Hymns and Hymn Tunes in the English Metrical Psalters

Editor: Edna Parks
Publisher: Coleman Ross, New York, 1966
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d301Jesu, no more, it is full tide
d302Jesus, bestow the power
d303Jesus exalts his favorites high
d304Jesus I now address my [thy] throne
d305Jesus my Advocate and King
d306Jesus, my life, how shall I truly love thee
d307Jesus my mourning soul doth lead
d308Job's custom, well deserved praise
d309Judge not my actions by thy laws
d310Just God of vengeance, cast an eye
d311Just judge of earth, in whom we trust
d312Keep me throughout my life, O Lord
d313Kill me not every day
d314Kindle, O Lord, my love with zeal
d315Kom, Regn af det hoeje
d316Laat mig gaa till helgonskaren
d317Let all my anxious cares be gone
d318Let all the heavenly hosts rejoice
d319Let every wonder that I see
d320Let go the whore of Babilon
d321Let my confession lanch my sore
d322Let no uncomely censures pass
d323Let not the learned and the wise
d324Let others boast in gold, and prize
d325Let others take their course
d326Let shame be their due recompense
d327Life is a shade, my days
d328Life of my soul, bright Lord of love
d329Lift up to heaven, sad wretch, thy heavy spirit
d330Lift up your heads, great gates, and sing
d331Light thou the lamps, great God, that they
d332Like as the guilty prisoner stands
d333Like as the thief in prison cast
d334Lo now my love appears my tears
d335Lodged in an inn
d336Look down blest virgin and bid justice say
d337Look forth mine eye look up and view
d338Look hither ye whose taste
d339Look O my soul within the veil
d340Lord, captivate my every thought
d341Lord, cast thine eyes upon thy foes
d342Lord, cleanse my heart, and guide my tongue
d343Lord, crush my lion hearted foes
d344Lord, curb my tongue, and make me see
d345Lord, every creature writes a story
d346Lord, from the noisome sink of sin
d347Lord, give me a believing heart
d348Lord God, from whom all mercy springs
d349Lord God of gods, before whose throne
d350Lord God with all my heart, and soul, and mind
d351Lord, guide my footsteps in thy truth
d352Lord, had not man sought out by sin
d353Lord, hear my troubled voice, and bring
d354Lord, help me when my griefs do call
d355Lord, hide me from my bloody foes
d356Lord, how divine's this gift of thine
d357Lord, how dreadful is this hour
d358Lord, how I long to see thy face
d359Lord, I have cast up the account
d360Lord, I have sinned! and such the sum
d361Lord, I have sinned! and the black number swells
d362Lord, I love, and I adore
d363Lord, if mine eyes should look too high
d364Lord, if my tongue and busy quill
d365Lord, if our enemies increase
d366Lord, if the signs may trusted be
d367Lord, if thou take away thy hand
d368Lord, if thy flame must needs be felt
d369Lord, if thy mercies purge my heart
d370Lord, if thy pleasure make me poor
d371Lord, I'm a faint, a feeble worm
d372Lord, in my silence how do I despise
d373Lord, in thy name, and in thy fear
d374Lord, in thy wrath correct me not
d375Lord, is not my soul's desire
d376Lord, it hath pleased thee to say
d377Lord Jesus with what sweetness and delight
d378Lord, keep me from my self that am
d379Lord, keep me from those hearts and tongues
d380Lord, keep me just and judge my right
d381Lord, leave us not too long a space
d382Lord, let mine eyes not sleep until
d383Lord, let our Jesus, and thy Christ
d384Lord, let the evening of my grief
d385Lord, let the fire of my true zeal
d386Lord, let the flames of holy charity
d387Lord, let the morning of my grief
d388Lord, let the praises of thy power
d389Lord, let the sunshine of thy face
d390Lord, let the words we hear this day
d391Lord, let thy favor still inflame
d392Lord, let thy fury cease to burn
d393Lord, let thy judgments fill all those
d394Lord, let thy name secure and free
d395Lord, let thy power protect the king
d396Lord, let thy sacred fire thaw
d397Lord, let thy wonders, and thy ways
d398Lord, living, here we are
d399Lord, make the torments we endure
d400Lord, many times thou pleased art

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