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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
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H204Come, sacred Spirit, from abovePage Scan
H205A present God is all our strengthPage Scan
H206Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stay!Page Scan
H207'Tis God the spirit leadsPage Scan
H208Father of glory! to thy namePage Scan
H209Come, thou almighty KingPage Scan
H210Sing hallelujah! praise the Lord!Page Scan
H211Shall the vile race of flesh and bloodPage Scan
H212Great King of glory and of grace!Page Scan
H213Backward with humble shame we lookPage Scan
H214Sin, like a venomous diseasePage Scan
H215Sin has a thousand treacherous artsPage Scan
H216Must all the charms of nature thenPage Scan
H217Lord, how secure my conscience wasPage Scan
H218Ah, how shall fallen manPage Scan
H219My former hopes are fledPage Scan
H220Depth of mercy!--can there bePage Scan
H221What shall the dying sinner doPage Scan
H222Strait is the way, the door is straitPage Scan
H223How helpless guilty nature liesPage Scan
H224Attend, while God's exalted SonPage Scan
H225In vain we seek for peace with GodPage Scan
H226Vain are the hopes, the sons of menPage Scan
H227How shall the sons of men appearPage Scan
H228How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan
H229In vain we lavish out our livesPage Scan
H230How heavy is the nightPage Scan
H231Salvation!--oh, the joyful sound!Page Scan
H232Grace, 'tis a charming sound!Page Scan
H233Lord, we confess our numerous faultsPage Scan
H234Now to the power of God SupremePage Scan
H235Christ and his cross are all our themePage Scan
H236Praise to the Lord on highPage Scan
H237The Lord, descending from abovePage Scan
H238Father, how wide thy glory shines!Page Scan
H239How beauteous are their feetPage Scan
H240The Lord on high proclaimsPage Scan
H241Come hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
H242Come weary souls, with sins distressedPage Scan
H243Come! said Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
H244Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
H245Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moanPage Scan
H246Ye who in his courts are foundPage Scan
H247Let every mortal ear attendPage Scan
H248The King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
H249Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor Page Scan
H250Lord, we adore thy boundless gracePage Scan
H251The Saviour calls! let every earPage Scan
H252From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
H253Return, O wandérer, returnPage Scan
H254The Spirit, in our heartsPage Scan
H255Fair shines the morning starPage Scan
H256Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
H257Ye sons of earth, arise!Page Scan
H258Come, ye weary, heavy ladenPage Scan
H259Come to Calvary's holy mountainPage Scan
H260The voice of free grace cries--'Escape to the mountain!'Page Scan
H261Sinners, the voice of God regardPage Scan
H262Why will you waste on trifling caresPage Scan
H263Sinner! art thou still secure?Page Scan
H264Sinners, turn, why will ye die?Page Scan
H265Hear the heralds of the gospelPage Scan
H266Listen, sinner! mercy hails youPage Scan
H267Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleepPage Scan
H268O cease, my wandering soulPage Scan
H269Ye hearts, with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
H270Now, in the heat of youthful bloodPage Scan
H271Ye sons of Adam, vain and youngPage Scan
H272Now is th'accepted timePage Scan
H273Hasten, sinner, to be wisePage Scan
H274Repent, the voice celestial criesPage Scan
H275When thy mortal life is fledPage Scan
H276Come, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
H277O thou, that hear'st the prayer of faithPage Scan
H278O prince of life, all power is thinePage Scan
H279Lord, thou hast won--at length I yieldPage Scan
H280Welcome, welcome, dear RedeemerPage Scan
H281Thee, O my Lord, my soul adoresPage Scan
H282Ah wretched souls, who strive in vainPage Scan
H283Jesus! our best belovéd FriendPage Scan
H284Let worldly minds the world pursuePage Scan
H285I send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
H286When in the light of faith divinePage Scan
H287My God, my portion, and my lovePage Scan
H288My God! the spring of all my joysPage Scan
H289In vain I search creation o'erPage Scan
H290Lord, it is not life to livePage Scan
H291O Lord! I would delight in theePage Scan
H292Do not I love thee, O my Lord?Page Scan
H293My gracious Lord, I own thy rightPage Scan
H294Thou only Sovereign of my heartPage Scan
H295Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
H296Jesus! and shall it ever bePage Scan
H297Didst thou, my Saviour, suffer shamePage Scan
H298Not with our mortal eyesPage Scan
H299To Jesus, the crown of my hopePage Scan
H300And art thou, gracious Master, gonePage Scan
H301Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
H302Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsPage Scan
H303Jesus, our Lord, how rich thy grace!Page Scan

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