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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403In the sky that is above usPage Scan
404Hath not thy heart within thee burnedPage Scan
405The stars have lit their golden lightsPage Scan
406Though wandering in a stranger-landPage Scan
407Approach not the altarPage Scan
408Be waiting and watchingPage Scan
409We gladly come todayPage Scan
410Let the still air rejoicePage Scan
411Onward, brother, though the regionPage Scan
412Be thou ready, fellow-mortalPage Scan
413Up, my soul! with clear sedatenessPage Scan
414Clay to clay, and dust to dust!Page Scan
415To the Father's love we trustPage Scan
416We would leave, O God, to theePage Scan
417Praise to God! immortal praisePage Scan
418Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
419Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
420Now to heaven our prayers ascendingPage Scan
421As we part our prayer ascendethPage Scan
422God comes, with succor speedyPage Scan
423Hark! hark! from grove and fountainPage Scan
424The morning light is breakingPage Scan
425Hark! through the waking earthPage Scan
426Should sorrow o'er thy browPage Scan
427Be strong, O Soul of mine, be strong to bearPage Scan
428There is a state, unknown, unseenPage Scan
429Let monumental pillars risePage Scan
430O, if thy brow, serene and calmPage Scan
431O, he whom Jesus loved has truly spoken!Page Scan
432For the wealth of pathless forestsPage Scan
433Forth went the heralds of the crossPage Scan
434Almighty God! in humble prayerPage Scan
435There is a pure, a peaceful wavePage Scan
436Lo, God is here! Let us adorePage Scan
437One God there is, who reigns alonePage Scan
438Be ours the olive branch to strewPage Scan
439The voice of an angelPage Scan
440Wilt thou not visit me?Page Scan
441O thou who driest the mourner's tearPage Scan
442Sweet are the ties that bind in onePage Scan
443Who is thy neighbor? he whom thouPage Scan
444Speak gently, it is better farPage Scan
445High hopes that burn'd like stars sublimePage Scan
446Oft in the quiet nightPage Scan
447My God, my Father, while I strayPage Scan
448No bitter tears for thee be shedPage Scan
449In every human mind we seePage Scan
450Hark! the vesper hymn is stealingPage Scan
451Oh! that I had wingsPage Scan
452Fading, still fading, the last beam is shiningPage Scan
453Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of HostsPage Scan
454When Faith leads the heart sincere to breathe with emotionPage Scan
455Glory to God in the highestPage Scan
456Sacred peace, celestial treasure!Page Scan
457And ye shall seek me, and find mePage Scan
458Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of HostsPage Scan
459Spirit Divine, eternal and immortalPage Scan
460Hope on, hope ever! though today be darkPage Scan
461Beside the toilsome wayPage Scan
462Look up, my weary soulPage Scan
463The Morning cometh, oh my soul, the MorningPage Scan
464If I were a voice, a persuasive voicePage Scan
465He sendeth sun, he sendeth showerPage Scan
466I saw a spirit, Godlike, vast and gloriousPage Scan
467O thou, who art the fountain and the termPage Scan
468Tell me the song of the beautiful starsPage Scan
469Through thy protecting carePage Scan
470Truth only needs to be for once spoke outPage Scan
471Upon our pathway, wild and ruggedPage Scan
472What dost thou see, lone watcher on the tower?Page Scan
473With silence only as their benedictionPage Scan
474What hallows ground where heroes sleep?Page Scan
475Wrapped in the silence of the brooding nightPage Scan
476Genius for us has wroughtPage Scan
477I beheld a golden portal in the visions of my slumberPage Scan
478'Mid life's tumultuous dinPage Scan
479From the recesses of a lowly spiritPage Scan
480God, that madest earth and heavenPage Scan
481I live for those who love mePage Scan
482O, thou Eternal One! whose presence brightPage Scan
483God said, 'Let there be light!' The glorious wordPage Scan
484Be still! how fearfully soever blendedPage Scan
485There is no death! what seems so is transitionPage Scan
486There is a dogma of the ancient sagesPage Scan
487Weep not for her, weep not that she is passingPage Scan
488House of our God, with cheerful anthems ringPage Scan
489A voice within us speaks the startling wordPage Scan
490We may not all, with powerful blowPage Scan
491We will not weep, for God is standing by usPage Scan
492Is there a gloom of sorrow on thy spirit?Page Scan
493Ye that for progress would be aught achievingPage Scan
494Forever wakefully the ear is turningPage Scan
495Walk with the beautiful and with the grandPage Scan
496The Sabbath sun was setting slowPage Scan
497Lord of universal NaturePage Scan
498Trust to the Future; tho' gloomy and cheerlessPage Scan
499Wouldst thou from sorrow find a sweet relief?Page Scan
500Life is a wakening into spheres elysianPage Scan
501As I mused, in fancy friendlessPage Scan
502God bless the brave ones, in our dearthPage Scan

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