The Presbyterian Book of Praise: approved and commended by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, with Tunes

Editor: General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church
Publisher: University Press/ Henry Frowde, Oxford / London, 1897
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in Canada
Language: English
Notes: Psalms are preceded by "P" before the number
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P1That man hath perfect blessednessTALLISPage Scan
P2Why rage the heathen? And vain thingsYORKPage Scan
P3Give ear unto me when I callGRÄFENBERGPage Scan
P4Give ear unto my words, O LordBEDFORDPage Scan
P5O Lord, our Lord, how excellentLINTONPage Scan
P6The Lord forever sits as kingSTROUDWATERPage Scan
P7Within thy tabernacle, LordTALLISPage Scan
P8God is of mine inheritanceST. PAULPage Scan
P9Lord, hear the right, attend my crySALZBURGPage Scan
P10aThe heavens God's glory do declareCREDITONPage Scan
P10bThe heavens God's glory do declareCHANTPage Scan
P11The glory of the LordSTOWEPage Scan
P12The Lord thee hear in time of griefWALTONPage Scan
P13Praise ye the Lord, who do him fearWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
P14aThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantWILTSHIRE (New St. Ann)Page Scan
P14bThe Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantRESTPage Scan
P15The earth and the fulness with which it is storedSTANLEYPage Scan
P16aYe gates, lift up your heads on highST. STEPHENPage Scan
P16bYe gates, lift up your heads on highST. GEORGE'S, EDINBURGHPage Scan
P17aTo thee I lift my soulSERENITYPage Scan
P17bTo thee I lift my soulPRAGUEPage Scan
P18Judge me, O Lord, for I have walkedPETERBOROUGHPage Scan
P19The Lord's my light and saving healthST. MAGNUSPage Scan
P20O Lord, give ear unto my voiceFARRANTPage Scan
P21O Lord, to thee I crySCOTTPage Scan
P22Give ye to Jehovah, O sons of the mightyADESTE FIDELESPage Scan
P23O Blessed is the man whose sinsMARTYRDOMPage Scan
P24Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoiceIRISHPage Scan
P25Let earth, and all that live thereinDUNFERMLINEPage Scan
P26The Lord will I at all times blessST. STEPHENPage Scan
P27Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heavensLONDON NEWPage Scan
P28For evil-doers fret thou notSOLOMONPage Scan
P29aI waited for the Lord my GodBALERMAPage Scan
P29bI waited for the Lord my GodCHANTPage Scan
P30As pants the hart for water-brooksSPOHRPage Scan
P31aO send thy light forth and thy truthINVOCATIONPage Scan
P31bO send thy light forth and thy truthST. PAULPage Scan
P32aMy heart brings forth a goodly thingNORTHREPPSPage Scan
P32bMy heart brings forth a goodly thingCHANT Page Scan
P33O Daughter, take good heedST. MICHAELPage Scan
P34aGod is our refuge and our strengthSTROUDWATERPage Scan
P34bGod is our refuge and our strengthWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
P34cGod is our refuge and our strengthCHANTPage Scan
P35Great is the Lord, and greatly heST. MAGNUSPage Scan
P36Within thy temple, LordST. JOHNPage Scan
P37Jehovah, God of godsST. OLAVEPage Scan
P38aAfter thy lovingkindness, LordDUNDEEPage Scan
P38bAfter thy lovingkindness, LordFARRANTPage Scan
P39Be merciful to me, O GodST. FLAVIANPage Scan
P40O God, give ear unto my cryEVANPage Scan
P41Lord, hear my voice, my prayer attendMERIBAHPage Scan
P42My soul with expectation dothHOWARDPage Scan
P43aLord, thee, my God, I'll early seekJACKSONPage Scan
P43bLord, thee, my God, I'll early seekDOWNSPage Scan
P44aPraise waits for thee in Zion, LordST. STEPHENPage Scan
P44bPraise waits for thee in Zion, LordCHANTPage Scan
P45All lands to God, in joyful soundsASPURGPage Scan
P46Lord, bless and pity usSELMAPage Scan
P47O God, to us show mercyST. ALPHEGEPage Scan
P48Sing praise to God, prepare his wayST. GREGORYPage Scan
P49The Lord himself doth give the wordSHEFFIELDPage Scan
P50O all ye kingdoms of the earthST. SAVIOURPage Scan
P51Thy justice and salvation, LordST. LEONARDPage Scan
P52aO Lord, thy judgments give the kingJACKSONPage Scan
P52bO Lord, thy judgments give the kingDUNFERMLINEPage Scan
P52cO Lord, thy judgments give the kingCHANTPage Scan
P53Thou, with thy counsel, while I liveEAGLEYPage Scan
P54In Judah God is known and fearedWINCHESTERPage Scan
P55The praises of the Lord our GodST. THOMASPage Scan
P56Hear, Israel's Shepherd! like a flockEVANPage Scan
P57aHow lovely is thy dwelling-placeHARINGTONPage Scan
P57bHow lovely is thy dwelling-placeST. BERNARDPage Scan
P57cHow lovely is thy dwelling-placeCHANTPage Scan
P58Lord god of hosts, how lovelyMORLAIXPage Scan
P59Lord, thou hast favor shown thy landSTELLAPage Scan
P60That in thee may thy people joyWILTSHIRE (New St. Ann)Page Scan
P61Lord, there is none among the godsST. ANNPage Scan
P62God's mercies I will ever singWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
P63O Lord, the God of hosts, who canARNOLDPage Scan
P64aLord, thou hast been our dwelling-placeFARRANTPage Scan
P64bLord, thou hast been our dwelling-placeST. NEOTPage Scan
P64cLord, thou hast been our dwelling-placeCHANTPage Scan
P65The man who once has found abodePHILADELPHIAPage Scan
P66aTo render thanks unto the LordCREDITONPage Scan
P66bTo render thanks unto the LordCHANTPage Scan
P67God reigneth, he is clothedST. MICHAEL ( Old 134th)Page Scan
P68aO come, let us sing to the LordIRISHPage Scan
P68bO come, let us sing to the LordDENFIELDPage Scan
P69aO sing a new song to the LordIRISHPage Scan
P69bO sing a new song to the LordCHRISTOSPage Scan
P70Jehovah reigns; let earth be gladOLD SAXONYPage Scan
P71O sing a new song to the LordST. LEONARDPage Scan
P72All people that on earth do dwellOLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
P73aOf mercy and of judgmentST. THEODULPHPage Scan
P73bOf mercy and of judgmentST. ALPHEGEPage Scan
P74Thou shalt arise, and mercy yetDUKE STREETPage Scan
P75Thy years, O God, through ages lastWAREHAMPage Scan
P76aO thou my soul, bless God the LordJACKSONPage Scan
P76bO thou my soul, bless God the LordCHANTPage Scan
P77O my soul, bless thou JehovahNEWTON FERNSPage Scan

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