The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithully translated into English metre: being the New England Psalm Book (Rev. and Improved)

Reviser: Thomas Prince
Publisher: D. Henchman & S. Kneeland, Boston, 1758
Denomination: Congregational Church
Language: English
Notes: Selections from Psalms (P), Song of Solomon (SS), Isaiah (I), Lamentations (L), Jonah (J), Habakkuk (H), Luke (LU), Matthew (M) and Revelation (R) are numbered separately. The hymnal repeats and skips numbers in the hymn section.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
RVIIaTo our most glorious God on highTextPage Scan
RVIIbAmen, power, wisdom, might and thanksTextPage Scan
RXVO LORD, Almighty GOD! thy worksTextPage Scan
RXIXO HALLELUJAH! honoUr, pow'rTextPage Scan
IWhen the Great Builder arch'd the SkiesTextPage Scan
IIBackward with humble Shame we lookTextPage Scan
IIIE'er the blue Heav'ns were stretch'd abroadTextPage Scan
IVBehold, the Grace appearsTextPage Scan
VWhat equal Honours shall we bringTextPage Scan
VIJoin all the Names of Love and Pow'rTextPage Scan
VIIEternal Spirit! we confessTextPage Scan
VIIINot all the outward Forms on EarthTextPage Scan
IXLife and immortal Joys are giv'nTextPage Scan
XStrait is the Way, the Door is straitTextPage Scan
XINot to condemn the Sons of MenTextPage Scan
XIIHow sad our State by Nature is!TextPage Scan
XIIIVain are the Hopes the Sons of MenTextPage Scan
XIVBehold what wond'rous GraceTextPage Scan
XV'Twas the commission of our LordTextPage Scan
XVIHow large Thy Covenant of GraceTextPage Scan
XVIIMistaken souls! that dream of Heav'nTextPage Scan
XVIIIMy dear Redeemer, and my LordTextPage Scan
XIXThus saith the first, thegreat CommandTextPage Scan
XXLet Pharisees of high EsteemTextPage Scan
XXIBlest are the humble Souls that seeTextPage Scan
XXIISo let our Lips and Lives expressTextPage Scan
XXIIINaked as from the Earth we cameTextPage Scan
XXIVa'Twas on that dark, that doleful NightTextPage Scan
XXIVbCome let us all, who here have seenTextPage Scan
XXVIaThou art all love, my dearest LordTextPage Scan
XXVIb'Tis finish'd, the Redeemer crysTextPage Scan
XXVIIThe Promise of my Father's LoveTextPage Scan
XXVIIIJehovah, we in Hymns of PraiseTextPage Scan
XXIXJesus is gone above the Skies TextPage Scan
XXXIHow sweet and awful is the PlaceTextPage Scan
XXXIIaHow glorious is this holy PlaceTextPage Scan
XXXIIIaJesus invites his SaintsTextPage Scan
XXXIIbCome, let us go and die with himTextPage Scan
XXXIIIWhen I survey the wond'rous CrossTextPage Scan
XXXIVFather, we wait to feel thy GraceTextPage Scan
XXXVIISitting around our Father's BoardTextPage Scan
XXXVIIIHow are thy Glories here display'dTextPage Scan
XXXIXBehold the Glories of the LambTextPage Scan
XLWith joy we meditate the GraceTextPage Scan
XLIAwake, our Souls, away our FearsTextPage Scan
XLIIStand up, my Soul, shake off thy FearsTextPage Scan
XLIIIWhy do we mourn departing FriendsTextPage Scan
XLIVFrom Thee, my God, my Joys shall riseTextPage Scan
XLVFather, I long, I faint to see TextPage Scan
XLVIAnd must this body dieTextPage Scan
XLVIILo, what a glorious Sight appearsTextPage Scan
XLVIIISee where the great incarnate GodTextPage Scan
XLIXWith CHRIST and all his shining TrainsTextPage Scan
LBless' be the Father. and his LoveTextPage Scan

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