The Psalms of David, with a selection of standard music appropriately arranged according to sentiment of each Psalm or portion of Psalm (8th ed.)

Editor: Wm. W. Keys
Publisher: William S. Rentoul, Philadelphia, Penn., 1865
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (New School)
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers when more than one hymn is on a page.
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51aBut to the wicked man God saithPage Scan
51bThe mighty God, the Lord, hath spokePage Scan
52aHear, O my people, and I'll speakPage Scan
52bBut God unto the wicked saithPage Scan
53aAfter Thy loving kindness, LordPage Scan
53bO God, of my salvation GodPage Scan
54aWhy dost thou boast, O mighty manPage Scan
54bThat there is not a God, the foolPage Scan
55aSave me, O God, by thy great namePage Scan
55bLord, hear my pray'r; hide not thyselfPage Scan
56aO Lord, on them destruction bringPage Scan
56bI'll call on God: God will me savePage Scan
57aShow mercy, Lord, for me, for manPage Scan
57bBe merciful to me, O GodPage Scan
58aMy heart is fix'd, my heart is fix'dPage Scan
58bDo ye, O congregationPage Scan
59aMy God, deliver me from thosePage Scan
59bHe of my mercy that is GodPage Scan
60aO Lord, thou hast rejected usPage Scan
60bGod in his holiness hath spokePage Scan
61aO God, give ear unto my cry!Page Scan
61bMy soul with expectation depends on God indeedPage Scan
62aLord, thee, my god, I'll early seekPage Scan
62bWhen I to thee my prayer makePage Scan
63aPraise waits for thee in Sion, LordPage Scan
63bAll lands to God, in joyful soundsPage Scan
64aCome, and the works that God hath wroughtPage Scan
64bLord, bless and pity usPage Scan
65aLord, unto us be mercifulPage Scan
65bLet God arise, and scatteredPage Scan
66aO God, what time thou didst go forthPage Scan
66bGod's chariots twenty thousand arePage Scan
67aGod said, My people I will bringPage Scan
67bWithin the congregationsPage Scan
68aSave me, O God, because the floodsPage Scan
68bO Lord, the God of IsraelPage Scan
69aHear me, O Lord, because thy lovePage Scan
69bBut now become exceeding poorPage Scan
70aLord, haste me to deliverPage Scan
70bMake haste, O God, me to preservePage Scan
70cO Lord, my hope and confidencePage Scan
71aThou from the womb didst hold me upPage Scan
71bThou, Lord, who great adversitiesPage Scan
72aO Lord, thy judgments give the kingPage Scan
72bOf corn an handful in the earthPage Scan
73aYet God is good to IsraelPage Scan
73bIf in this manner foolishlyPage Scan
74aWhom have I in the heavens highPage Scan
74bO God, why hast thou cast us off?Page Scan
75aHow long, Lord, shall the enemyPage Scan
75bTo thee, O God, do we give thanksPage Scan
76aIn Judah's land God is well knownPage Scan
76bUnto the Lord I with my voicePage Scan
77aYea, I remember will the worksPage Scan
77bAttend, my people, to my lawPage Scan
78Things marvellous he brought to passPage Scan
79aHow often did they him provokePage Scan
79bIn Egypt land the first-born allPage Scan
80aBut then the Lord arose, as onePage Scan
80bO God, the heathen entered have thine heritagePage Scan
81aAgainst us mind not former sinsPage Scan
81bHear, Isr'l's Shepherd, like a flockPage Scan
82aO God of hosts, we thee beseechPage Scan
82bSing loud to God our strength; with joyPage Scan
83aIn gods' assembly God doth standPage Scan
83bKeep not, O God, we thee entreatPage Scan
84aHow lovely is thy dwelling-placePage Scan
84bO Lord, thou hast been favourablePage Scan
85aO Lord, do thou bow down thine earPage Scan
85bLord, there is none among the godsPage Scan
86aUpon the hills of holinessPage Scan
86bLord God, my Saviour, day and nightPage Scan
87aGod's mercies I will ever singPage Scan
87bO thou that art the Lord of hostsPage Scan
88aIn vision to thy holy OnePage Scan
88bOnce by my holiness I swarePage Scan
89aHow long, Lord, wilt thou hide thyself?Page Scan
89bLord, thou hast been our dwelling-placePage Scan
90aWho knows the power of thy wrath?Page Scan
90bHe that doth in the secret placePage Scan
91aTo render thanks unto the LordPage Scan
91bThe Lord doth reign, and cloth'd is hePage Scan
92aO Lord God, unto whom alonePage Scan
92bWho will rise up for me againstPage Scan
93aO come, let us sing to the LordPage Scan
93bO sing a new song to the LordPage Scan
94aGod reigneth, let the earth be gladPage Scan
94bO sing a new song to the LordPage Scan
95aTh' eternal Lord doth reign as kingPage Scan
95bAll people that on earth do dwellPage Scan
96aO all ye lands, unto the LordPage Scan
96bI mercy will and judgment singPage Scan
97aO Lord, unto my pray'r give earPage Scan
97bBut thou, Lord, everlasting artPage Scan
98aHe from his sanctuary's heightPage Scan
98bLord, hear my pray'r, and let my cryPage Scan
99aBut thou, O Lord, shalt still endurePage Scan
99bMy strength he weaken'd in the wayPage Scan
100aO thou, my soul, bless God the LordPage Scan
100bThe Lord our God is mercifulPage Scan

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