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The Psalms of David, in Metre: allowed by the Authority of the Kirk of Scotland and Used in Several Branches of the Presbyterian Church

Publisher: H. Connelly, New York, N.Y., 1849
Denomination: Presbyterian hymnals (general)
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d1After Thy loving kindness, Lord
d2All people, clap your hands to God
d3All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice
d4Attend my people to my law
d5Be merciful to me, O God
d6Behold, bless ye the Lord
d7Behold how good a thing it is to dwell in peace
d8Bless God, my soul, O Lord my God
d9Blessed are they that undefiled
d10Blessed is he who carefully
d11Blest is each one that fears the Lord
d12By Babel's stream we sat and wept
d13David, and his afflictions all
d14Except the Lord do build the house
d15For evil doers, fret thou not thyself unquietly
d16For evil doers, fret thou not thyself unquietly
d17Give ear unto me when I call
d18Give ear unto my words, O Lord
d19Give praise and thanks unto the Lord
d20Give thanks to God, call on his name
d21Give thanks to God, for good is he
d22Give ye unto the Lord, ye sons that of the mighty be
d23God is our refuge and our strength
d24God reigneth, let the earth be glad
d25God will I bless all times
d26God's mercies I will ever sing
d27Great is the Lord, and greatly he is to be praised still
d28Had not the Lord been on our side
d29He that doth in the secret place
d30Hear, Isr'l's Shepherd, like a flock
d31Help, Lord, because the godly man
d32How excellent in all the earth
d33How long wilt thou forget me, Lord, Shall it forever be
d34How lovely is thy dwelling place, O Lord of hosts, to me
d35I in the Lord do put my trust
d36I joyed when to the house of God
d37I love the Lord, because my voice
d38I mercy will and judgment sing
d39I said, I will look to my ways
d40I to the hills will lift mine [my] eyes
d41I waited for the Lord my God
d42I with my voice cried to the Lord
d43I'll thee extol, my God, O King
d44In Judah God is known, his name
d45In meeting of the great God stands
d46In my distress to God I cried
d47In thee, O Lord, I put my trust
d48In thy great indignation, Lord
d49Jehovah hear thee in the day
d50Judge me, O God, and plead my cause
d51Judge me, O Lord, for I have walked
d52Keep not, O God, we thee entreat
d53Let God arise, and scattered
d54Like as the hart for water brooks
d55Lord, bless and pity us, Shine on us with
d56Lord, from the depths to Thee I cried
d57Lord, from the ill and froward man
d58Lord God, my Savior, day and night
d59Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry
d60Lord, hear my prayer, attend my cries
d61Lord, hear my prayer, hide not thyself
d62Lord, hear the right, attend [regard] my cry
d63Lord, I will thee extol, for thou hast lifted me on high
d64Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not
d65Lord, keep me, for I trust in thee
d66Lord, thee I'll praise with all my heart
d67Lord, thee, my god, I'll early seek
d68Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place
d69Lord, unto us be merciful
d70Make haste, O God, me to preserve
d71Make haste to save me, O Lord
d72My God, deliver me from those that are my enemy
d73My God, my God, why hast thou me forsaken
d74My heart brings forth a goodly thing
d75My heart inditing is good matter in a song
d76My heart is fixed, Lord, I will sing
d77My heart not haughty is, O Lord
d78My soul with expectation waits
d79Not unto us Lord not to us but do thou
d80O all ye nations of the earth, praise ye
d81O, blessed ever be the Lord
d82O blessed is the man to whom is freely pardoned
d83O come, let us sing to the Lord
d84O God, give ear unto my cry
d85O God, the heathen entered have
d86O God, we with our ears have heard
d87O God, why hast thou cast us off
d88O hear my prayer, Lord, And unto my desire
d89O Lord, do thou bow down thine ear
d90O Lord God, unto whom alone
d91O Lord, how are my foes increased
d92O Lord, I unto thee do cry
d93O Lord my God, in thee do I
d94O Lord, my hope and confidence
d95O Lord, Thou art my God and King, Thee will I magnify
d96O Lord, thou hast me searched and known
d97O Lord, thou hast rejected us
d98O Lord, thou hast thy favor shown To thy beloved
d99O Lord, thy judgments give the king
d100O Lord, unto my prayers give ear

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