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The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts

Editor: John Rippon
Publisher: Stereotyped by L. Johnson/ David Clark / Moore & Payne, Clinton Hall, Philadelphia / New York, 1835
Language: English
Notes: Includes "A Selection of Hymns, from the Best Authors, including a great number of originals: intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watt's Psalms and Hymns by John Rippon, D. D. (1827). Some pages missing from page scan.
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301Glory to God who walks the skyPage Scan
302Come, we that love the LordPage Scan
303Where shall the man be foundPage Scan
304Thy mercies fill the earth, O LordTextPage Scan
305Why do the wealthy wicked boastPage Scan
306Blest is the man whose bowels movePage Scan
307That man is blest who stands in aweTextPage Scan
308Thrice happy man who fears the LordTextPage Scan
309Happy is he that fears the LordTextPage Scan
310Happy the heart where graces reignTextPage Scan
311My God what endless pleasures dwellPage Scan
312Not with our mortal eyesPage Scan
313Lo! what an entertaining sightTextPage Scan
314Now by the bowels of my GodTextPage Scan
315Not different food, or different dressTextPage Scan
316Let Pharisees of high esteemTextPage Scan
317Behold the love, the generous lovePage Scan
318God of my mercy and my praiseTextPage Scan
319Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsTextPage Scan
320O 'tis a lovely thing to seeTextPage Scan
321Thus I resolv'd before the LordPage Scan
322Behold the wretch whose lust and wineTextPage Scan
323O God of mercy! hear my callPage Scan
324Is this the kind returnPage Scan
325And are we wretches yet alive?Page Scan
326Oh, if my soul was form'd for twoPage Scan
327Alas! and did my Saviour bleedPage Scan
328Who can describe the joys that riseTextPage Scan
329O thou whose grace and justice reignTextPage Scan
330Saints at your heavenly Father's wordTextPage Scan
331Naked as from the earth we cameTextPage Scan
332Let those who bear the Christian nameTextPage Scan
333God is a Spirit just and wiseTextPage Scan
334The Lord, the Judge, his churches warnsPage Scan
335Thou art my portion, O my GodTextPage Scan
336My God, what inward grief I feelTextPage Scan
337Lord, thou hast seen my soul sincerePage Scan
338My spirit looks to God alonePage Scan
339I'm not asham'd to own my LordTextPage Scan
340Do I believe what Jesus saithTextPage Scan
341Come, holy Spirit, heavenly DovePage Scan
342Eternal Spirit! we confessPage Scan
343Why should the children of a KingTextPage Scan
344Descend from heaven, immortal DoveTextPage Scan
345Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgivePage Scan
346I lift my soul to GodPage Scan
347How vain are all things here below!Page Scan
348Up to the fields where angels liePage Scan
349My soul forsakes her vain delightPage Scan
350I send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
351O that thy statutes every hourPage Scan
352Shall we go on to sinTextPage Scan
353And now the scales have left mine eyesPage Scan
354O happy soul! that lives on highTextPage Scan
355How can I sink with such a propPage Scan
356Give me the wings of faith to risePage Scan
357Awake, our souls, away, our fearsTextPage Scan
358Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fearsPage Scan
359For ever blessed be the LordTextPage Scan
360When pain and anguish seize me, LordTextPage Scan
361My trust is in my heavenly friendPage Scan
362Who will arise and plead my rightTextPage Scan
363Save me, O Lord, from every foePage Scan
364Thou God of love, thou ever-blestPage Scan
365O thou. whose justice reigns on highPage Scan
366My heart rejoices in thy namePage Scan
367The Lord appears my helper nowTextPage Scan
368My righteous Judge, my gracious GodPage Scan
369O God, my refuge, hear my criesPage Scan
370My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so?Page Scan
371My heart, how dreadful hard it is!Page Scan
372Mine eyes and my desirePage Scan
373Dear Lord, behold our sore distressTextPage Scan
374How long wilt thou conceal thy face?Page Scan
375Why is my heart so far from theePage Scan
376How long, O Lord, shall I complainPage Scan
377My soul lies cleaving to the dustTextPage Scan
378My God, consider my distressTextPage Scan
379Admidst thy wrath remember lovePage Scan
380From age to age exalt his nameTextPage Scan
381O God of grace and righteousnessPage Scan
382Lord, thou hast call'd thy grace to mindTextPage Scan
383O thou that hear'st when sinners cryPage Scan
384Infinite grief! amazing wo!Page Scan
385Thee will I love, O Lord, my strengthPage Scan
386I waited patient for the LordPage Scan
387When overwhelm'd with griefPage Scan
388Now let the Lord my Saviour smilePage Scan
389Bless'd are the humble souls that seeTextPage Scan
390How vast the treasure we possess!TextPage Scan
391Lord! what a wretched land is thisPage Scan
392How full of anguish is the thoughtPage Scan
393My God, the spring of all my joysPage Scan
394Return, O God of love, returnTextPage Scan
395When I can read my title clearPage Scan
396I cannot bear thine absense, LordPage Scan
397Happy the man, whose cautious feetPage Scan
398The man is ever blestPage Scan
399Blest are the undefil'd in heartTextPage Scan
400Blest is the man who shuns the placePage Scan

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