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The Lecture-Room Hymn-Book: containing the psalms and hymns of the book of common prayer, together with a choice selection of additional hymns, and an appendix of chants and tunes...

Editor: Rev. Dudley A. Tyng
Publisher: [J. D. Lippincott & Co.], Philadelphia, 1855
Denomination: Episcopal Church
Notes: Hymnal is divided into Selections of Psalms (S), Hymns (H), Chants (C), Glorias (G), and Tunes (T)
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
S1How blest is he, who ne'er consentsPage Scan
S2Thus God declares his sovereign willPage Scan
S3Thou, gracious God, art my defencePage Scan
S4Consider that the righteous manPage Scan
S5Regard my words, O gracious LordPage Scan
S6In mercy, not in wrathPage Scan
S7O thou, to whom all creatures bowPage Scan
S8To celebrate thy praise, O LordPage Scan
S9The Lord a holy temple hathPage Scan
S10How long wilt thou forget me, Lord?Page Scan
S11The Lord looked down from heaven's high towerPage Scan
S12Lord, who's the happy man, that mayPage Scan
S13My grateful soul shall bless the LordPage Scan
S14.INo change of times shall ever shockPage Scan
S14.IIThou suit'st, O Lord, thy righteous waysPage Scan
S15.IThe heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
S15.IIGod's perfect law converts the soulPage Scan
S16May Jacob's God defendPage Scan
S17.IMy God, my God, why leav'st thou mePage Scan
S17.IILike water is my life pour'd outPage Scan
S17.IIILord, to my brethren I'll declarePage Scan
S18The Lord himself, the mighty LordPage Scan
S19The spacious earth is all the Lord'sPage Scan
S20To God, in whom I trustPage Scan
S21Judge me, O Lord, for I the pathsPage Scan
S22Whom should I fear, since God to mePage Scan
S23Adored forever be the LordPage Scan
S24Ye that in might and power excelPage Scan
S25In my distress to God I criedPage Scan
S26Defend me, Lord, from shamePage Scan
S27He's blest, whose sins have pardon gain'dPage Scan
S28.ILet all the just to God, with joyPage Scan
S28.IIWhate'er the mighty Lord decreesPage Scan
S29.IThro' all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
S29.IIApproach, ye children of the LordPage Scan
S30O Lord, thy mercy, my sure hopePage Scan
S31.IThough wicked men grow rich or greatPage Scan
S31.IIThe good man's way is God's delightPage Scan
S31.IIIThe wicked I in power have seenPage Scan
S32Thy chastening wrath, O Lord, restrainPage Scan
S33Lord, let me know my term of daysPage Scan
S34I waited meekly for the LordPage Scan
S35Happy the man whose tender carePage Scan
S36As pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
S37As pants the wearied hart for cooling springsPage Scan
S38Let me with light and truth be bless'dPage Scan
S39While I the King's loud praise rehearsePage Scan
S40God is our refuge in distressPage Scan
S41O all ye people, clap your handsPage Scan
S42The Lord, the only God, is greatPage Scan
S43.IThe Lord hath spoke, the mighty GodPage Scan
S43.IIAttend, my people; Israel, hearPage Scan
S44Have mercy, Lord, on mePage Scan
S45Give ear, thou Judge of all the earthPage Scan
S46Lord, though at times surprised by fearPage Scan
S47O God, my heart is fixed, 'tis bentPage Scan
S48My soul, for help on God relyPage Scan
S49O God, my gracious God, to theePage Scan
S50.IFor thee, O God, our constant praisePage Scan
S50.IILord, from thy unexhausted storePage Scan
S51.ILet all the lands, with shouts of joyPage Scan
S51.IIMy offerings to God's house I'll bringPage Scan
S52To bless thy chosen racePage Scan
S53The servants of Jehovah's willPage Scan
S54.ISave me, O God, from waves that rollPage Scan
S54.IIMy soul, howe'er distressed and poorPage Scan
S55In thee I put my steadfast trustPage Scan
S56Lo! hills and mountains shall bring forthPage Scan
S57Thy presence, Lord, hath me suppliedPage Scan
S58Thine is the cheerful day, O LordPage Scan
S59The Name of our GodPage Scan
S60Hear, O my people; to my lawPage Scan
S61O thou whom heavenly hosts obeyPage Scan
S62To God, our never-failing strengthPage Scan
S63O God of hosts, the mighty LordPage Scan
S64O God our Saviour, all our heartsPage Scan
S65To my complaint, O Lord my GodPage Scan
S66God's temple crowns the holy mountPage Scan
S67God of my life, O Lord most highPage Scan
S68Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my songPage Scan
S69.IO Lord, the saviour and defencePage Scan
S69.IIBut who thine anger's dread effectsPage Scan
S70.IHe that has God his guardian madePage Scan
S70.IIGod shall charge his angel legionsPage Scan
S71How good and pleasant must it bePage Scan
S72With glory clad, with strength array'dPage Scan
S73.ISay ye, the Lord shall not regardPage Scan
S73.IIBless'd is the man whom thou, O LordPage Scan
S74O come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
S75Sing to the Lord a new-made songPage Scan
S76Jehovah reigns, let all the earthPage Scan
S77Sing to the Lord a new-made songPage Scan
S78Jehovah reigns; let therefore allPage Scan
S79With one consent let all the earthPage Scan
S80.IWhen I pour out my soul in prayerPage Scan
S80.IIGod shall arise, and Sion viewPage Scan
S80.IIIThe strong foundations of the earthPage Scan
S81My soul, inspired with sacred lovePage Scan
S82O bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
S83.IBless God, my soul; thou, Lord, alonePage Scan

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