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The Psalmist: a New Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Baptist Churches

Editor: Baron Stow, S. F. Smith
Publisher: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, Boston, 1843
Denomination: Baptist hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: Doxologies and Chants are numbered separately. Hymns #643-645 are missing from the page scans
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
1001Great God of nations, now to theePage Scan
1002To Him from whom our blessings flowPage Scan
1003Lord, while for all mankind we prayPage Scan
1004With grateful hearts, with joyful tonguesPage Scan
1005Let every heart rejoice and singPage Scan
1006Lord, let thy goodness lead our landPage Scan
1007Auspicious morning, hail!Page Scan
1008When morning's first and hallowed rayPage Scan
1009Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
1010God of the morning, at thy voicePage Scan
1011My God, how endless is thy love!Page Scan
1012Again, from calm and sweet reposePage Scan
1013Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
1014Thou that dost my life prolongPage Scan
1015God of my life, my morning songPage Scan
1016Serene I laid me downPage Scan
1017Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
1018On thee, each morning, O my GodPage Scan
1019Hosanna, with a cheerful soundPage Scan
1020Through thy protecting carePage Scan
1021See, daylight is fading o'er earth and o'er oceanPage Scan
1022Still evening comes, with gentle shadePage Scan
1023Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
1024Dread Sovereign, let my evening songPage Scan
1025Great God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
1026Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
1027The mellow eve is glidingPage Scan
1028Another day is pastPage Scan
1029Eternal God of love and powerPage Scan
1030O thou who hearest prayerPage Scan
1031Glory to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
1032Saviour, breathe an evening blessingPage Scan
1033Blessed be thy name foreverPage Scan
1034Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
1035With songs and honors sounding loudPage Scan
1036When verdure clothes the fertile valePage Scan
1037How pleasing is the voicePage Scan
1038When brighter suns and milder skiesPage Scan
1039At length the wished-for spring has comePage Scan
1040The leaves, around me fallingPage Scan
1041See the leaves around us fallingPage Scan
1042Stern winter throws his icy chainsPage Scan
1043The hoary frost, the fleecy snowPage Scan
1044God of eternity, from theePage Scan
1045And now, my soul, another yearPage Scan
1046Our Helper, God, we bless his namePage Scan
1047Awake, ye saints, and raise your eyesPage Scan
1048Remark, my soul, the narrow boundsPage Scan
1049While, with ceaseless course, the sunPage Scan
1050Come, let us anewPage Scan
1051Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
1052God of our lives, thy various praisePage Scan
1053Now, gracious Lord, thine arm revealPage Scan
1054How short and hasty is our life!Page Scan
1055Teach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
1056Ere mountains reared their forms sublimePage Scan
1057How swift, alas! the moments fly!Page Scan
1058Lord, what a feeble piecePage Scan
1059As flows the rapid riverPage Scan
1060Time is winging us awayPage Scan
1061Thee we adore, Eternal NamePage Scan
1062Our fathers! where are theyPage Scan
1063To-morrow, Lord, is thinePage Scan
1064O what is life? 'tis like a flowerPage Scan
1065For a season called to partPage Scan
1066When forced to part from those we lovePage Scan
1067When floating on life's troubled seaPage Scan
1068Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
1069Come, let us strike our harps afreshPage Scan
1070When shall we meet again?Page Scan
1071It is the Lord our Saviour's handPage Scan
1072Why should we start, and fear to die?Page Scan
1073Through every age, eternal GodPage Scan
1074When, bending o'er the brink of lifePage Scan
1075Death cannot make our souls afraidPage Scan
1076O for an overcoming faithPage Scan
1077If I must die, O, let me diePage Scan
1078Unveil thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
1079Hark! from the tombs a warning soundPage Scan
1080Vital spark of heavenly flamePage Scan
1081Beneath our feet and o'er our headPage Scan
1082Heaven has confirmed the dread decreePage Scan
1083Spirit, leave thy house of clayPage Scan
1084When the vale of death appearsPage Scan
1085There is a calm for those who weepPage Scan
1086To Jesus, the crown of my hopePage Scan
1087Great God, I own thy sentence justPage Scan
1088So fades the lovely, blooming flowerPage Scan
1089Deathless spirit, now arisePage Scan
1090Friend after friend departsPage Scan
1091When blooming youth is snatched awayPage Scan
1092Why do we mourn departing friendsPage Scan
1093Brother, thou art gone to restPage Scan
1094As bowed by sudden storms, the rosePage Scan
1095As vernal flowers that scent the mornPage Scan
1096Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
1097Dear as thou wert, and justly dearPage Scan
1098Brother, though from yonder skyPage Scan
1099This place is holy groundPage Scan
1100Go, spirit of the sainted deadPage Scan

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