The Psalms of Life: A Compilation of Psalms, Hymns, Chants, Anthems, &c. Embodying the Spiritual, Progressive and Reformatory Sentiment of the Present Age

Editor: John S. Adams
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, 1857
Notes: Published in New York by S.T. Gordon, in Philadephia by Back & Lawton, and in Cincinnati by Traux & Baldwin
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203In trouble and in grief, O GodPage Scan
204Father, we know thy ways are justPage Scan
205Almighty God, in humble prayerPage Scan
206The soul should never deign to stoopPage Scan
207Thy path, like most by mortals trodPage Scan
208There is a world,--and, O, how blest!Page Scan
209Nay, tell us not of dangers direPage Scan
210Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
211How calmly sinks the parting sun!Page Scan
212The placid lake, O brother minePage Scan
213Begin the high, celestial strainPage Scan
214O thou from whom all goodness flowsPage Scan
215From realms supernal, fair, and brightPage Scan
216She passed in beauty! like a rosePage Scan
217The Host of God! they come to usPage Scan
218What man is poor? not he whose browPage Scan
219The bird let loose in Eastern skiesPage Scan
220Blest is the man whose generous heartPage Scan
221Thou art, O God, by night, by dayPage Scan
222Lord, in this sacred hourPage Scan
223Say not the law divinePage Scan
224Go forth among the poorPage Scan
225Come to me, thoughts of heaven!Page Scan
226Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
227Sow in the morn thy seedPage Scan
228Teach me, my God and KingPage Scan
229'Blest are the meek,' he saidPage Scan
230O bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
231Let every creature join Page Scan
232O thou who bidd'st the sunPage Scan
233Praise for the glorious lightPage Scan
234Heaven, mighty ocean, heavePage Scan
235Dream not, but work! be bold! be bravePage Scan
236Begin, my soul, th' exalted layPage Scan
237O let our mingling voices risePage Scan
238If solid happiness we prizePage Scan
239My God, thy boundless love I praisePage Scan
240Lo, in the golden skyPage Scan
241Ye realms below the skiesPage Scan
242O, for a shout of joyPage Scan
243Ye boundless realms of joyPage Scan
244Faith is the steadfast armPage Scan
245Welcome, angels, pure and brightPage Scan
246They who seek the throne of gracePage Scan
247In each breeze that wanders freePage Scan
248Praise to God, immortal praisePage Scan
249Thou who dwell'st enthroned above!Page Scan
250Praise, O praise the name divinePage Scan
251Brothers, sisters, join our handsPage Scan
252Slowly, by God's hand unfurledPage Scan
253Nature with eternal youthPage Scan
254Father of the human racePage Scan
255Father! thy paternal carePage Scan
256Men! whose boast it is, that yePage Scan
257Leaf by leaf the roses fallPage Scan
258Angels, come ye in the lightPage Scan
259There are moments in our lifePage Scan
260Child, amidst the flowers at playPage Scan
261Peace! the welcome sound proclaimPage Scan
262Sovereign Ruler of the skiesPage Scan
263Watchman! tell us of the nightPage Scan
264Earth, with her ten thousand flowersPage Scan
265Dry our tears and wipe our eyes!Page Scan
266Lo! the lilies of the field!Page Scan
267Gently fall the dews of evePage Scan
268Thou from whom we never partPage Scan
269Mighty One, before whose facePage Scan
270Without haste, and, without restPage Scan
271Brothers! be ye who ye mayPage Scan
272Why love I the evening dewPage Scan
273Give as God hath given theePage Scan
274There's a strife we all must wagePage Scan
275Lord! how gracious thou hast beenPage Scan
276Floating on the breath of eveningPage Scan
277One sweet flower has drooped and fadedPage Scan
278Cease ye mourners, cease to languishPage Scan
279God is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
280Gently o'er the senses stealingPage Scan
281Echo him, ye gentle breezesPage Scan
282Far away, the spirit yearnethPage Scan
283Saints above hold sweet communionPage Scan
284God made all things, and he dwellethPage Scan
285Father! hear the prayer we offerPage Scan
286On, still on, the worlds are speedingPage Scan
287One by one the sands are flowingPage Scan
288When the hours of day are numberedPage Scan
289Thou, who in the noon-time brightnessPage Scan
290We are living, we are dwellingPage Scan
291Truth is dawning! see the MorningPage Scan
292Honor him whose hands are sowingPage Scan
293Star of Progress, guide us onwardPage Scan
294If misfortune should o'ertake usPage Scan
295Earth is waking, day is breakingPage Scan
296In the lone and silent midnightPage Scan
297What is noble? That which placesPage Scan
298Lo! the day of rest declinethPage Scan
299Tell me not in mournful numbersPage Scan
300Toiling in the earthly vineyardPage Scan
301In the silence of the midnightPage Scan
302When the glorious morning breakethPage Scan

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