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“Llef Tyrfa yn y Mynyddoedd.”


FAVOURITE WELSH HYMNS
TRANSLATED INTO
ENGLISH.

BY JOSEPH MORRIS,
NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE.
(Formerly of Coward College, London.)

“From the top of the Rocks I see HIM: From the Hills I behold HIM.”

CARMARTHEN: W. SPURRELL.
LONDON: WARD & CO., PATERNOSTER-ROW.
1854.

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1I would sing Thy love, my SaviourText
2Thorns had the Saviour of mankindText
3Jesus Christ is my CreatorText
4From Edom whom see I returnedText
5In Eden—Memory e'er will tellText
6Rough our way and dark the nightText
7My gentle Lamb, O come to meText
8Who amid the swelling billowsText
9O seek a rock to build onText
10I turn when afflicted with griefText
11Cry, faithful messengers of GodText
12Here, behold the seat of mercyText
13Angelic throngs unnumberedText
14Heedless Soul of mine, bethink theeText
15O the weakness, O the follyText
16Unhappy soul, what sayest thouText
17I had sought throughout creationText
18Fly, Earth's gaudy, fading triflesText
19Though unseen, O Lord, I love TheeText
20Strange that I am not cut downText
21Lord, hear my cry and see my caseText
22If I, the sin-benightedText
23Teach me Aaron's thoughtful silenceText
24How shall I my case discoverText
25Sweet, sweetText
26And must the cross attend my wayText
27My Lord with his afflictionText
28In the morning I expectedText
29I'll spend my few remaining daysText
30Far, far on the oceanText
31Jesus, my Saviour and my GodText
32Direct unto my GodText
33A pilgrim I to Canaan fleeText
34Thy bright, swift pinions, Dawn, had IText
35I am through the lone night waitingText
36I look beyond the distant hillsText
37What though the dark cloud for a season doth hoverText
38Let brethren cease of party names to speakText
39Advance, advance, ye hosts of GodText
40Emmanuel's nameText
41All tribes and tongues together comeText
42Fix a dwelling, Lord, in GoshenText
43In thine abodeText
44He who darts the wingèd lightningText
45O that now mine eyes were fountainsText
46Rescue Zion for thy praiseText
47To all the tribes of earthText
48It shall not long remainText
49To thy regions, World-eternalText
50A weary pilgrim satText
51Down to that gloomy streamText
52A day for solemn trialText
53Hark, hark! methinks I hear a voiceText
54Lo! He comes on clouds of gloryText
55Toward heaven, my Father's home, I steerText
56Many dear ones are departedText
57My cup doth often while belowText
58I see a myriad savedText
59But begun will be the singingText
60Here I am a passing strangerText
61If there be holy contestText
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