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Psalms and Hymns, for Christian Use and Worship

Editor: General Association of Connecticut
Publisher: Durrie and Peck, New Haven, Conn., 1845
Denomination: Congregationalist Churches
Language: English
Notes: Psalms, Hymns, Doxologies and Chants are numbered separately
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
P1.1Blest is the man who shuns the placePage Scan
P1.2The man is ever blestPage Scan
P1.3Happy the man whose cautious feetPage Scan
P2.1Why did the nations join to slayPage Scan
P2.2Now Christ ascends on highPage Scan
P3.1My God, how many are my fears!Page Scan
P3.2The tempter to my soul hath saidPage Scan
P3.3O Lord, how many are my foesPage Scan
P4.1Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
P4.2O God of grace and righteousnessPage Scan
P5.1Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
P5.2Whene'er the morning rays appearPage Scan
P6.1Lord, I can suffer thy rebukesPage Scan
P6.2In anger, Lord, rebuke me notPage Scan
P6.3In mercy, not in wrath, rebukePage Scan
P6.4Gently, gently, lay thy rodPage Scan
P7.1My trust is in my heavenly friendPage Scan
P7.2The Lord is judge: before his thronePage Scan
P8.1O Lord, our heavenly KingPage Scan
P8.2O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great Page Scan
P8.3O Lord, our Lord, in power divinePage Scan
P8.4Almighty Ruler of the skiesPage Scan
P8.5Lord, what was Man when made at firstPage Scan
P9.1With my whole heart I'll raise my songPage Scan
P9.2When the great Judge, supreme and justPage Scan
P10.1Why doth the Lord stand off so farPage Scan
P10.2Jehovah reigns--your tribute bringPage Scan
P11My refuge is the God of lovePage Scan
P12.1Help, Lord, for men of virtue failPage Scan
P12.2Lord, when iniquities aboundPage Scan
P13.1How long, O Lord, shall I complainPage Scan
P13.2How long wilt thou conceal thy face?Page Scan
P13.3Lord of mercy, just and kindPage Scan
P14.1Fools, in their hearts, believe and sayPage Scan
P14.2Are sinners now so senseless grownPage Scan
P14.3O! that the Lord's salvationPage Scan
P15.1Who shall inhabit in thy hillPage Scan
P15.2Who shall ascend thy heavenly placePage Scan
P15.3Who, O Lord, when life is o'er Page Scan
P16.1Save me, O Lord, from every foePage Scan
P16.2Preserve me, Lord, in time of need!Page Scan
P16.3How fast their guilt and sorrows risePage Scan
P16.4When God is nigh, my faith is strongPage Scan
P16.5I set the Lord before my facePage Scan
P17.1Lord, I am thine; but thou will provePage Scan
P17.2Arise, my gracious GodPage Scan
P18.1Thee will I love, O Lord, my strengthPage Scan
P18.2We love Thee, Lord, and we adorePage Scan
P18.3The Lord descended from abovePage Scan
P18.4Lord, thou hast seen my soul sincerePage Scan
P18.5Just are thy ways, and true thy wordPage Scan
P18.6Lo! the Lord Jehovah liveth!Page Scan
P19.1The heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
P19.2Behold the lofty skyPage Scan
P19.3Behold the morning sunPage Scan
P19.4Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declarePage Scan
P19.5The spacious firmament on highPage Scan
P19.6The starry firmament on highPage Scan
P19.7Great God, the heavens well ordered framePage Scan
P19.8I love the volume of thy wordPage Scan
P19.9O Lord, our Lord most high!Page Scan
P19.10How bright thy glories beamPage Scan
P19.11I hear thy word with lovePage Scan
P20.1Now may the God of power and gracePage Scan
P20.2The Lord in trouble hear theePage Scan
P21.1Our rulers, Lord, with songs of praisePage Scan
P21.2How great is the Messiah's joyPage Scan
P22.1In deep distress our Saviour prayedPage Scan
P22.2Now let our mournful songs recordPage Scan
P23.1My Shepherd is the living LordPage Scan
P23.2The Lord my pasture shall preparePage Scan
P23.3My Shepherd will supply my needPage Scan
P23.4The Lord himself, the mighty LordPage Scan
P23.5The Lord my Shepherd isPage Scan
P23.6To thy pastures fair and largePage Scan
P23.7The Lord is my shepherd, no want shall I knowPage Scan
P24.1The earth forever is the Lord'sPage Scan
P24.2This spacious earth is all the Lord'sPage Scan
P24.3Rejoice, ye shining worlds on highPage Scan
P24.4Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
P25.1I lift my soul to GodPage Scan
P25.2To God, in whom I trustPage Scan
P25.3Where shall the man be foundPage Scan
P25.4Mine eyes and my desirePage Scan
P26Judge me, O Lord, and prove my waysPage Scan
P27.1The Lord of glory is my lightPage Scan
P27.2Soon as I heard my Father sayPage Scan
P27.3When my cries ascend to theePage Scan
P28.1Blest be the Lord, who heard my prayerPage Scan
P28.2To thee, my King, my God of gracePage Scan
P29.1Give to the Lord, ye sons of famePage Scan
P29.2Give glory to God in the highest; give praisePage Scan
P30.1I will extol thee, Lord, on highPage Scan
P30.2O Lord my God, oppressed with griefPage Scan
P30.3Firm was my health, my day was brightPage Scan
P31.1Into thy hands, O God of truthPage Scan
P31.2My heart rejoices in thy namePage Scan
P31.3Lord, in thy great, thy glorious namePage Scan
P31.4Lord! I look for all to theePage Scan
P32.1O blesséd souls are theyPage Scan

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