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The Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts

Author: Isaac Watts
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library, 1806
Language: English
Notes: The complete book can be downloaded at http://www.ccel.org/ccel/watts/psalmshymns.html
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
Ps.301Where shall we go to seek and findText
Ps.302No sleep nor slumber to his eyesText
Ps.303Lo! what an entertaining sightText
Ps.304Blest are the sons of peaceText
Ps.305How pleasant 'tis to seeText
Ps.306Ye that obey th' immortal KingText
Ps.307Praise ye the Lord, exalt his nameText
Ps.308Great is the Lord, exalted highText
Ps.309Awake, ye saints; to praise your KingText
Ps.310Give thanks to God the sovereign LordText
Ps.311Give thanks to God most highText
Ps.312Give to our God immortal praiseText
Ps.313With all my powers of heart and tongueText
Ps.314Lord, thou hast searched and seen me throughText
Ps.315'Twas from thy hand, my God, I cameText
Ps.316My God, what inward grief I feelText
Ps.317In all my vast concerns with theeText
Ps.318When I with pleasing wonder standText
Ps.319Lord, when I count thy mercies o'erText
Ps.320My God, accept my early vowsText
Ps.321To God I made my sorrows knownText
Ps.322My righteous Judge, my gracious GodText
Ps.323For ever blessed be the LordText
Ps.324Lord, what is man, poor feeble manText
Ps.325Happy the city where their sonsText
Ps.326My God, my King, thy various praiseText
Ps.327Long as I live I'll bless thy nameText
Ps.328Sweet is the memory of thy graceText
Ps.329Let every tongue thy goodness speakText
Ps.330Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall joinText
Ps.331I'll praise my Maker with my breathText
Ps.332Praise ye the Lord; 'tis good to raiseText
Ps.333O Britain, praise thy mighty GodText
Ps.334With songs and honors sounding loudText
Ps.335Ye tribes of Adam, joinText
Ps.336Loud hallelujahs to the LordText
Ps.337Let every creature joinText
Ps.338All ye that love the Lord, rejoiceText
Ps.339In God's own house pronounce his praiseText
Ps.340To God the Father, God the SonText
Ps.341Let God the Father, and the SonText
Ps.342The God of mercy be adoredText
Ps.343Ye angels round the throneText
Ps.344Now to the great and sacred ThreeText
Ps.345To God the Father's throneText
I.1Behold the glories of the LambText
I.2Ere the blue heav'ns were stretched abroadText
I.3Behold, the grace appears!Text
I.4.1Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyesText
I.4.2Questions and doubts be heard no moreText
I.5Naked as from the earth we cameText
I.6Great God, I own thy sentence justText
I.7Let every mortal ear attendText
I.8How honorable is the placeText
I.9In vain we lavish out our livesText
I.10How beauteous are their feetText
I.11There was an hour when Christ rejoicedText
I.12Jesus, the man of constant griefText
I.13The lands that long in darkness layText
I.14Who shall the Lord's elect condemn?Text
I.15Let me but hear my Savior sayText
I.16Hosannah to the royal SonText
I.17O for an overcoming faithText
I.18Hear what the voice from heav'n proclaimsText
I.19Lord, at thy temple we appearText
I.20Awake, my heart; arise, my tongueText
I.21Lo! what a glorious sight appearsText
I.22.1Jesus, our Savior and our GodText
I.22.2What vain desires and passions vainText
I.23.1Absent from flesh! O blissful thought!Text
I.23.2Must all the charms of nature, thenText
I.24In vain the wealthy mortals toilText
I.25All mortal vanities, begoneText
I.26Blest be the everlasting GodText
I.27Death may dissolve my body nowText
I.28What mighty man, or mighty GodText
I.29I lift my banner, saith the LordText
I.30In thine own ways, O God of loveText
I.31.1When the Eternal bows the skiesText
I.31.2O happy soul that lives on highText
I.32Whence do our mournful thoughts arise?Text
I.33Shall atheists dare insult the crossText
I.34.1What shall the dying sinner doText
I.34.2Jesus, thy blessings are not fewText
I.35.1Not by the laws of innocenceText
I.35.2Let those who bear the Christian nameText
I.36O 'tis a lovely thing to seeText
I.37.1The mighty frame of glorious graceText
I.37.2Do I believe what Jesus saithText
I.38.1How is our nature spoiled by sin!Text
I.38.2Blessed Redeemer, how divineText
I.39Now shall my inward joys ariseText
I.40What happy men, or angels, theseText
I.41These glorious minds, how bright they shine!Text
I.42Adore and tremble, for our GodText
I.43.1Adam, our father and our headText
I.43.2How vast the treasure we possess!Text
I.44.1He dies! the friend of sinners dies!Text
I.44.2And is this life prolonged to me?Text
I.45See where the great incarnate GodText

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