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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101aThe Lord prepared hath his thronePage Scan
101bBless God, my soul, O Lord my GodPage Scan
102aThe trees of God are full of lifePage Scan
102bHow manifold, Lord, are thy works!Page Scan
103aThe glory of the mighty LordPage Scan
103bGive thanks to God; call on his namePage Scan
104O ye that are of Abr'ham's racePage Scan
105aGive praise and thanks unto the LordPage Scan
105bThe wonders great, which thou, O LordPage Scan
106aIn Ham's land he did wondrous worksPage Scan
106bThen Phin'has rose, and justice didPage Scan
107aPraise God for he is goodPage Scan
107bO that men to the Lord would givePage Scan
107cO that men to the Lord would givePage Scan
108aO that men to the Lord would givePage Scan
108bO that men to the Lord would givePage Scan
109aMy heart is fix'd, Lord; I will singPage Scan
109bO thou, the God of all my praisePage Scan
110aBut let them all before the LordPage Scan
110bBut do thou, for thine own name's sakePage Scan
111aThe Lord did say unto my LordPage Scan
111bPraise ye the Lord: with my whole heartPage Scan
112aPraise ye the Lord, The man is bless'dPage Scan
112bPraise God: ye servants of the LordPage Scan
113aWhen Isr'l out of Egypt wentPage Scan
113bNot unto us, Lord, not to usPage Scan
114aI love the Lord, because my voice Page Scan
114bO give ye praise unto the LordPage Scan
115aO praise the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
115bO set ye open unto mePage Scan
116aBlessed are they that undefil'dPage Scan
116bBy what means shall a young man learnPage Scan
117aWith me thy servant, in thy gracePage Scan
117bMy soul to dust cleaves: quicken mePage Scan
118aTeach me, O Lord, the perfect wayPage Scan
118bLet thy sweet mercies also comePage Scan
119aRemember, Lord, thy gracious wordPage Scan
119bThou my sure portion art alonePage Scan
120aWell hast thou with thy servant dealtPage Scan
120bThou mad'st and fashion'dst mePage Scan
121aMy soul for thy salvation faintsPage Scan
121bThy word for ever is, O LordPage Scan
122aO how love I thy law! it isPage Scan
122bThy word is to my feet a lampPage Scan
123aI hate the thoughts of vanityPage Scan
123bTo all men I have judgment donePage Scan
124aThy statutes, Lord, are wonderfulPage Scan
124bO Lord, thou are most righteousPage Scan
125aWith my whole heart I cried, Lord, hearPage Scan
125bConsider mine afflictionPage Scan
126aPrinces have persecuted mePage Scan
126bO let my earnest prayer and cryPage Scan
127aIn my distress to God I criedPage Scan
127bI to the hills will lift mine eyesPage Scan
128aI joy'd when to the house of GodPage Scan
128bO thou that dwellest in the heav'nsPage Scan
129aHad not the Lord been on our sidePage Scan
129bNow Israel may say, and that trulyPage Scan
130aThey in the Lord that firmly trustPage Scan
130bWhen Sion's bondage God turn'd backPage Scan
131aExcept the Lord do build the housePage Scan
131bBless'd is each one that fears the LordPage Scan
132aOft did they vex me from my youthPage Scan
132bLord, from the depths to thee I criedPage Scan
133aMy heart not haughty is, O LordPage Scan
133bDavid, and his afflictions allPage Scan
134aBehold, how good a thing it isPage Scan
134bBehold, bless ye the Lord, all yePage Scan
135aPraise ye the Lordj. The Lord's name praisePage Scan
135bThe idols of the nationsPage Scan
136aGive thanks to God, for good is hePage Scan
136bGive thanks to God, for good is hePage Scan
137aPraise God for he is kindPage Scan
137bTo him that Egypt smotePage Scan
138aBy Babel's stream we sat and weptPage Scan
138bThee will I praise with all my heartPage Scan
139aO Lord, thou hast me search'd and knownPage Scan
139bHow precious also are thy thoughtsPage Scan
140aLord, from the ill and froward manPage Scan
140bO Lord, I unto thee do cryPage Scan
141aI with my voice cried to the LordPage Scan
141bLord, hear my pray'r, attend my suitsPage Scan
142aOh hear my prayer, Lord, And unto my desirePage Scan
142bLord, let my pray'r prevailPage Scan
143aO blessed ever be the LordPage Scan
143bA new song I to thee will singPage Scan
144aI'll thee extol, my God, O KingPage Scan
144bThe Lord is very graciousPage Scan
145aThe Lord is just in all his waysPage Scan
145bO Lord, thou art my God and KingPage Scan
146aThe Lord our God is graciousPage Scan
146bThe Lord is just in his ways allPage Scan
147aPraise God. The Lord praise, O my soulPage Scan
147bPraise ye the Lord; for it is goodPage Scan
148aThe Lord praise, O JerusalemPage Scan
148bPraise God. From heavens praise the LordPage Scan
149aThe Lord of heaven confessPage Scan
149bPrasie ye the Lord: unto him singPage Scan
150Praise ye the Lord. God's praise withinPage Scan

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