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The Psalms of David: imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship (27th ed.)

Author: I. Watts, D. D.
Publisher: Printed and sold by David Hall and William Sellers, Philadelphia, 1766
Language: English
Notes: Also contains "Hymns and Spiritual Songs in Three Books (24th ed.)
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P132aWhere shall we go to seek and findTextPage Scan
P132bNo Sleep nor Slumber to his EyesTextPage Scan
P133aLo, what an entertaining SightTextPage Scan
P133bBlest are the Sons of PeaceTextPage Scan
P133cHow pleasant 'tis to seeTextPage Scan
P134Ye that obey th' immortal KingTextPage Scan
P135aPraise ye the Lord; exalt his NameTextPage Scan
P135bGreat is the Lord, exalted highTextPage Scan
P135cAwake, ye Saints: To praise your KingTextPage Scan
P136aGive Thanks to GOD, the sov'reign LordTextPage Scan
P136bGive Thanks to GOD most highTextPage Scan
P136cGive to our GOD immortal Praise!TextPage Scan
P138With all my Pow'rs of Heart and TongueTextPage Scan
P139aLord, thou hast search'd and seen me thro'TextPage Scan
P139b'Twas from thy Hand, my GOD, I cameTextPage Scan
P139cMy GOD, what inward Grief I feelTextPage Scan
P139dIn all my vast Concerns with TheeTextPage Scan
P139eWhen I with pleasing Wonder standTextPage Scan
P139fLord, when I count thy Mercies o'erTextPage Scan
P141My God, accept my early VowsTextPage Scan
P142To GOD I made my Sorrows knownTextPage Scan
P143My righteous Judge, my gracious GODTextPage Scan
P144aFor ever blessed be the LordTextPage Scan
P144bLord, what is Man, poor feeble ManTextPage Scan
P144cHappy the City, where their SonsTextPage Scan
P144dMy GOD, my King, thy various PraiseTextPage Scan
P145aLong as I live I'll bless thy NameTextPage Scan
P145bSweet is the Mem'ry of thy GraceTextPage Scan
P145cLet ev'ry Tongue thy Goodness speakTextPage Scan
P146aPraise ye the Lord, my Heart shall joinTextPage Scan
P146bI'll praise my Maker with my BreathTextPage Scan
P147aPraise ye the Lord: 'Tis good to raiseTextPage Scan
P147bO Britain, praise thy mighty GODTextPage Scan
P147cWith Songs and Honours sounding loudTextPage Scan
P148aYe Tribes of Adam, joinTextPage Scan
P148bLoud Hallelujahs to the LordTextPage Scan
P148cLet ev'ry Creature joinTextPage Scan
P149All ye that love the Lord, rejoiceTextPage Scan
P150In God's own House pronounce his PraiseTextPage Scan
I.IBehold the Glories of the LambTextPage Scan
I.IIE'er the blue Heav'ns were stretch'd abroadTextPage Scan
I.IIIBehold the Grace appearsTextPage Scan
I.VNaked as from the Earth we cameTextPage Scan
I.VIGreat God, I own thy Sentence justTextPage Scan
I.VIILet ev'ry mortal Ear attendTextPage Scan
I.VIIIHow honourable is the PlaceTextPage Scan
I.IXIn vain we lavish out our LivesTextPage Scan
I.XHow beauteous are their FeetTextPage Scan
I.XIThere was an Hour when Christ rejoic'dTextPage Scan
I.XIIJesus the Man of constant GriefTextPage Scan
I.XIIIThe Lands that long in Darkness layTextPage Scan
I.XIVWho shall the Lord's Elect condemn?TextPage Scan
I.XVLet me but hear my Saviour sayTextPage Scan
I.XVIHosanna to the Royal SonTextPage Scan
I.XVIIO for an over-coming FaithTextPage Scan
I.XVIIIHear what the Voice from Heav'n proclaimsTextPage Scan
I.XIXLord, at thy Temple we appearTextPage Scan
I.XXAwake my Heart, arise my TongueTextPage Scan
I.XXILo, what a glorious Sight appearsTextPage Scan
I.XXIVIn vain the wealthy Mortals toilTextPage Scan
I.XXVAll mortal Vanites, be goneTextPage Scan
I.XXVIBlest be the Everlasting GodTextPage Scan
I.XXVIIDeath may dissolve my Body nowTextPage Scan
I.XXVIIIWhat mighty Man, or mighty GodTextPage Scan
I.XXIXI lift my Banner, saith the LordTextPage Scan
I.XXXIn thine own Ways, O God of KoveTextPage Scan
I.XXXIIWhence do our mournful Thoughts arise?TextPage Scan
I.XXXIXNow shall my inward Joys ariseTextPage Scan
I.XLWhat happy Men, or Angels, theseTextPage Scan
I.XLIThese glorious Minds, how bright they shine!TextPage Scan
I.XLIIAdore and tremble, for our GodTextPage Scan
I.XLVSee where the great incarnate GodTextPage Scan
I.XLVIIIAwake, our Souls, away our FearsTextPage Scan
I.XLIXHow strong thine Arm is, mighty God!TextPage Scan
I.LNow be the God of Israel blestTextPage Scan
I.LITo God the only WiseTextPage Scan
I.LII'Twas the Commission of our LordTextPage Scan
I.LIIIGod, who in various Methods toldTextPage Scan
I.LIVJesus, we bless thy Father's NameTextPage Scan
I.LVWhen we are rais'd from deep DistressTextPage Scan
I.LVIWe sing the Glories of thy LoveTextPage Scan
I.LVIIBackward with humble Shame we lookTextPage Scan
I.LVIIILet mortal Tongues attempt to singTextPage Scan
I.LIXIn Gabriel's Hand a mighty StoneTextPage Scan
I.LXOur Souls shall magnify the LordTextPage Scan
I.LXINow to the Lord, that makes us knowTextPage Scan
I.LXIICome, let us join our chearful Songs TextPage Scan
I.LXIIIWhat equal Honours shall we bringTextPage Scan
I.LXIVBehold what wond'rous GraceTextPage Scan
I.LXVLet the Sev'nth Angel sound on highTextPage Scan
I.LXVILet him embrace my Soul, and proveTextPage Scan
I.LXVIIThou, whom my Soul admires aboveTextPage Scan
I.LXVIIIBehold the Rose of Sharon hereTextPage Scan
I.LXIXThe Voice of my Beloved soundsTextPage Scan
I.LXXHark! the Redeemer, from on highTextPage Scan
I.LXXIOften I seek my Lord by NightTextPage Scan
I.LXXIIDaughters of Sion, come, beholdTextPage Scan
I.LXXIIIKind is the Speech of Christ our LordTextPage Scan
I.LXXIVWe are a Garden wall'd aroundTextPage Scan
I.LXXVThe wond'ring World enquires to knowTextPage Scan

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