The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook

Publisher: Canterbury Press, Norwich, 2004
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Language: English
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P1That man hath perfect blessednessST PETER (REINAGLE)TextPage Scan
P2Why rage the heathen? and vain thingsWESTMINSTERTextPage Scan
P3O Lord, how are my foes increased!EDENTextPage Scan
P4Give ear unto me when I callABBEYTextPage Scan
P5Give ear unto my words, O LordMORAVIATextPage Scan
P6aLord, in thy wrath rebuke me notPLAYFORDTextPage Scan
P6bLord, in thy wrath rebuke me notSOLDAUTextPage Scan
P6cIn thy great indignation, LordWINDSOR (DUNDEE)TextPage Scan
P7O Lord my God, in thee do IST NICHOLASTextPage Scan
P8aHow excellent in all the earthWINCHESTER OLDTextPage Scan
P8bHow excellent in all the earthCASTLEFORDTextPage Scan
P8cO Lord, our Lord, how excellentROTHLEYTextPage Scan
P9aLord, thee I'll praise with all my heartSTROUDWATERTextPage Scan
P9bLord, thee I'll praise with all my heartMANCHESTERTextPage Scan
P10Wherefore is it that thou, O LordBURFORDTextPage Scan
P11I in the Lord do put my trustSALISBURYTextPage Scan
P12Help, Lord, because the godly manKILSYTHTextPage Scan
P13aHow long wilt thou forget me, Lord?CHESHIRETextPage Scan
P13bHow long wilt thou forget me?AURELIATextPage Scan
P14That there is not a God, the foolMORAVIATextPage Scan
P15Within thy tabernacle, LordGRÄFENBERGTextPage Scan
P16Lord, keep me, for I trust in theeST LEONARDTextPage Scan
P17Lord, hear the right, regard my cryST BERNARDTextPage Scan
P18aThee will I love, O Lord, my strengthLANCASTERTextPage Scan
P18bAccording to my righteousnessBEDFORD (1st form)TextPage Scan
P18cAccording to my righteousnessBEDFORD (2nd form)TextPage Scan
P18dJehovah lives, blessed be my RockTIVERTONTextPage Scan
P19aThe heavens God's glory do declareASPURGTextPage Scan
P19bGod's law is perfect and convertsST ANDREWTextPage Scan
P19cGod's law is perfect, and convertsST ANNETextPage Scan
P19dThe lofty heavens proclaimBEVANTextPage Scan
P20aJehovah hear thee in the dayDURHAMTextPage Scan
P20bJehovah hear thee in the dayEDINBURGHTextPage Scan
P21Jehovah, in thy strength the kingARNOLDTextPage Scan
P22aMy God, my God, wherefore is itST MARYTextPage Scan
P22bAmong those that my brethren arePRAETORIUSTextPage Scan
P23aThe Lord's my shepherd I'll not wantWILTSHIRETextPage Scan
P23bThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantST FULBERTTextPage Scan
P23cThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantERINTextPage Scan
P24aThe earth belongs unto the LordTALLIS'S ORDINALTextPage Scan
P24bYe gates, lift up your heads on highST MAGNUS (NOTTINGHAM)TextPage Scan
P24cYe gates, lift up your heads on highST GEORGE'S EDINBURGHTextPage Scan
P25aTo thee I lift my soulBREDONTextPage Scan
P25bTo thee I lift my soulFRANCONIATextPage Scan
P25cTo thee I lift my soulSERENITYTextPage Scan
P25dGod good and upright isST MICHAEL (OLD 134TH)TextPage Scan
P25eGod good and upright isSWABIATextPage Scan
P25fMine eyes upon the LordST BRIDETextPage Scan
P25gTo thee I lift my soulST AUGUSTINETextPage Scan
P25hTo thee I lift my soulST AUGUSTINETextPage Scan
P25iTo thee I lift my soul, O LordST PAUL (ABERDEEN)TextPage Scan
P25jSince good and upright is the LordST ANDREWTextPage Scan
P25kTowards the Lord my waiting eyesST NEOTTextPage Scan
P26Judge me, O Lord, for I have walkedST THOMASTextPage Scan
P27aThe Lord's my light and saving healthDURHAMTextPage Scan
P27bThe Lord's my light and saving healthST BARTHOLOMEWTextPage Scan
P27cO Lord, give ear unto my voiceFARRANTTextPage Scan
P27dJehovah is my lightST JOHN (HAVERGAL)TextPage Scan
P28aTo thee I'll cry, O Lord, my rockGLOUCESTERTextPage Scan
P28bTo thee, Jehovah, will I cryMELCOMBETextPage Scan
P29aGive ye unto the Lord, ye sonsOLD 29THTextPage Scan
P29bGive ye unto the Lord, ye sonsCORONATextPage Scan
P29cGive ye to Jehovah, O sons of the mightyROXBURGHTextPage Scan
P30aLord, I will thee extol, for thouST FULBERTTextPage Scan
P30bLord, I will thee extolST GODRICTextPage Scan
P31In thee, O Lord, I put my trustST DAVIDTextPage Scan
P32O blessed is the man to whomSALZBURG (HAYDN)TextPage Scan
P33aYe righteous, in the Lord rejoiceIRISHTextPage Scan
P33bYe righteous, in the Lord rejoiceST BARTHOLOMEWTextPage Scan
P34aGod will I bless all times; his praiseST DAVIDTextPage Scan
P34bGod will I bless all times; his praiseST ETHELREDATextPage Scan
P34cThe Lord is ever nigh to themST MATTHEWTextPage Scan
P35Plead, Lord, with those that plead and fightCULROSSTextPage Scan
P36aThe wicked man's transgression speaksBRISTOLTextPage Scan
P36bThy mercy, Lord, is in the heavensLONDON NEWTextPage Scan
P37aFor evil doers fret thou notFELIXTextPage Scan
P37bFor evil doers fret thou notST FRANCESTextPage Scan
P38In thy great indignation, LordWINDSOR (DUNDEE)TextPage Scan
P39aI said, I will look to my waysST MARYTextPage Scan
P39bI will of my ways be heedfulMENTZTextPage Scan
P40aI waited for the Lord my GodBALLERMATextPage Scan
P40bI waited for the Lord my GodMORAVIATextPage Scan
P41Blessed is he that carefullyJACKSON (BYZANTIUM)TextPage Scan
P42aAs pants the hart for water-brooksST FRANCESTextPage Scan
P42bAs pants the hart for water-brooksSPOHRTextPage Scan
P43aAgainst a wicked race, O GodCOLESHILLTextPage Scan
P43bAgainst a wicked race, O GodHUDDERSFIELDTextPage Scan
P43cO send thy light forth and thy truthINVOCATIONTextPage Scan
P44O God, we with our ears have heardOLD 44THTextPage Scan
P45aMy heart brings forth a goodly thingPRAETORIUSTextPage Scan
P45bMy heart inditing isNARENZATextPage Scan
P45cMy heart inditing isST MICHAEL (OLD 134TH)TextPage Scan
P46aGod is our refuge and our strengthSTROUDWATERTextPage Scan
P46bGod is our refuge and our strengthPETERSHAM (POOLE)TextPage Scan
P46cGod is our sure defence, our aidZOHELETHTextPage Scan
P47All people, clap your hands; to GodASPURGTextPage Scan
P48Great is the Lord, and greatly heST MAGNUS (NOTTINGHAM)TextPage Scan
P49aHear this, all people and give earWIGTOWNTextPage Scan
P49bYe dwellers all on earth, give earELYTextPage Scan
P50aThe mighty God, the LordHAMPTONTextPage Scan

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