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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501What mighty man, or mighty GodTextPage Scan
502'I lift my banners,' saith the LordTextPage Scan
503We sing the glories of thy loveTextPage Scan
504Let mortal tongues attempt to singTextPage Scan
505In Gabriel's hand a mighty stoneTextPage Scan
506When God reveal'd his gracious nameTextPage Scan
507When God restor'd our captive stateTextPage Scan
508Lord, I will bless thee all my daysPage Scan
509I'll bless the Lord from day to dayPage Scan
510Now shall my solemn vows be paidPage Scan
511To God the great, the ever-blestPage Scan
512Let Zion and her sons rejoicePage Scan
513Great God, whose universal swayPage Scan
514Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
515I'll speak the honours of my KingPage Scan
516Now be my heart inspir'd to singPage Scan
517Thus the eternal Father spakeTextPage Scan
518Thus the great Lord of earth and seaTextPage Scan
519Jesus, our Lord, ascend thy throneTextPage Scan
520Now be the God of Israel bless'dTextPage Scan
521Lo, what a glorious sight appearsTextPage Scan
522O all ye nations, praise the LordTextPage Scan
523From all that dwell below the skiesTextPage Scan
524Thy name, almighty LordTextPage Scan
525'Twas the commission of the LordTextPage Scan
526Do we not know that solemn wordTextPage Scan
527How large the promise, how divineTextPage Scan
528Gentiles by nature, we belongTextPage Scan
529Thus saith the mercy of the LordTextPage Scan
530The promise was divinely freePage Scan
531Thus did the sons of Abrah'm passPage Scan
532My Saviour God, my Sovereign PrincePage Scan
533'Twas on that dark, that doleful night Page Scan
534Jesus invites his saintsPage Scan
535The promise of my Father's lovePage Scan
536How condescending, and how kindPage Scan
537Let us adore th' eternal WordPage Scan
538Jesus is gone above the skiesPage Scan
539When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
540Come, let us join a joyful tunePage Scan
541Let all our tongues be onePage Scan
542Nature with open volume standsPage Scan
543Lord, how divine thy comforts arePage Scan
544How rich are thy provisions, Lord!Page Scan
545How sweet and awful is the placePage Scan
546Now have our hearts embrac'd our GodPage Scan
547The memory of our dying LordPage Scan
548Now let our pains be all forgotPage Scan
549We sing th' amazing deedsPage Scan
550Jesus, we bow before thy feetPage Scan
551At thy command, our dearest LordPage Scan
552Lord, we adore thy bounteous handPage Scan
553Come, let us lift our voices highPage Scan
554Our spirits join t' adore the LambPage Scan
555Sitting around our Father's boardPage Scan
556Father, we wait to feel thy gracePage Scan
557How are thy glories here display'dPage Scan
558Let him embrace my soul, and proveTextPage Scan
559Thou whom my soul admires aboveTextPage Scan
560Behold the Rose of Sharon hereTextPage Scan
561The voice of my Beloved soundsTextPage Scan
562Hark! the Redeemer from on highTextPage Scan
563Often I seek my Lord by nightTextPage Scan
564Daughters of Zion, come, beholdTextPage Scan
565Kind is the speech of Christ our LordTextPage Scan
566We are a garden wall'd aroundTextPage Scan
567The wondering world enquires to knowTextPage Scan
568When strangers stand and hear me tellTextPage Scan
569Now in the galleries of his graceTextPage Scan
570Who is this fair one in distressTextPage Scan
571God of the morning, at whose voiceTextPage Scan
572Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
573O Lord, how many are my foesPage Scan
574My God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
575My God, accept my early vowsTextPage Scan
576Hosanna, with a cheerful soundPage Scan
577Thus far the Lord has led me onTextPage Scan
578Dread Sov'reign, let my evening songPage Scan
579Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
580Lord, when I count thy mercies o'erTextPage Scan
581'Twas in the watches of the nightPage Scan
582Good is the Lord, the heavenly KingPage Scan
583'Tis by thy strength the mountains standPage Scan
584Let Zion praise the mighty GodPage Scan
585With songs and honours sounding loudPage Scan
586Give to the Lord, ye sons of famePage Scan
587Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts Page Scan
588Almighty Ruler of the skiesPage Scan
589Children, in years and knowledge youngPage Scan
590Come, children, learn to fear the LordPage Scan
591Must all the charms of nature thenTextPage Scan
592Now in the heat of youthful bloodTextPage Scan
593Ye sons of Adam, vain and youngTextPage Scan
594Lo, the young tribes of Adam riseTextPage Scan
595Lord, if thine eyes survey our faultsPage Scan
596My God, my everlasting hopePage Scan
597God of my childhood and my youthPage Scan
598Why doth the Lord stand off so farPage Scan
599Help, Lord, for men of virtue failPage Scan
600Lord, if thou dost not soon appearPage Scan

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