The Psalms, Newly Paraphrased for the Service in the Sanctuary . . .

Editor: Joseph P. Bartrum
Publisher: Russell, Odiorne & Co., Boston, Mass., 1833
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d101My foes, how vast the multitude
d102My God, how beautiful the place
d103My God, I joy to tell Thee mine
d104My God, the life of man, how brief
d105My God, thy offspring, and thy care
d106My gracious Lord, in Thee I trust
d107My heart a blissful theme indites
d108My rock, my fortress, and my tower
d109My Shepherd is divine
d110My soul, bless the Lord
d111My strength in deep distress
d112My voice shall reach the heavens
d113Nature slumbered in the tomb
d114No God, the infidel hath said
d115No pomp of horrid war
d116Not for ever, from my trouble
d117Now shall mercy shower on Zion
d118O blest of heaven and heaven's high Lord
d119O charity, how fair, how blest
d120O come, let us sing, let us shout, to the Lord
d121O earth, with shouts of joy proclaim
d122O from these visions dark and drear
d123O God, my theme, my earliest song
d124O grave, in thy shadows I'd seek my repose
d125O lead me, Guide of erring man
d126O listen, my God, to my plaint, while I mourn
d127O praise the God of heaven
d128O praise the Lord supreme
d129O praise the name of God most high
d130O praise ye the Lord, Prepare your glad voice
d131Oft in danger [sorrow], oft [and] in woe
d132Omniscient Lord, from thy bright beam
d133On everlasting justice based
d134Our refuge is a present God
d135Our refuge is the Lord most high
d136Pants the bounding roe to drink
d137Past, O word, 'tis heaven's decree
d138People, your plaudits raise
d139Perfection shines in all Thy ways
d140Pity, Lord, a stranger's fears
d141Praise, everlasting praise, be given
d142Praise, O men, the King divine
d143Praise, O my soul, the eternal King
d144Praise the God of our salvation
d145Praise the Lord, ye realms ethereal
d146Praise thy Creator, starry scroll
d147Praise, ye mortals, your Creator
d148Prepare the joyful lay
d149Prepare ye saints a noble strain
d150Proclaim proclaim Jehovah Lord
d151Quit o my soul thy vanities
d152Ransomed of Jehovah, sing
d153Realms far remote, benighted lands
d154Redemption, when erst it appeared
d155Religion, Lord, how few possess
d156Remembrance, O what heaviness
d157Rise, every grateful thought
d158Rise, ye everlasting gates
d159Sacred pleasure sweet employ
d160Sacred tie that sweetly binds
d161Save, O save a soul forlorn
d162Severed by rapine, spoiled of home
d163Shall heaven be still, when saints complain
d164Shall potentate of regal name
d165Shield me, O Father
d166Sing, army of the blest
d167Sing, muse sublime, some air of heaven
d168Sing to thy God and let the lyre
d169Sing ye nations, shout, ye realms
d170Slow of heart to understand
d171Spirits of light and love
d172Sublimest joy, to sing the praise
d173Supreme in power and grace
d174Surrounded by celestial guards
d175Swell the chorus
d176Thanks to a propitious Lord
d177The earth is thine, its varied realms
d178The infinite, he reigns supreme
d179The just man dies, he dies to live
d180The Lord is my Shepherd benign
d181The Lord is my Strength, and my Song
d182The Lord of heaven, how great
d183The righteous as the palm tree stand
d184The steps of righteous men to trace
d185The works of men, a frightful gloom
d186Thine, Lord, is everlasting love
d187Thou art, O God, from earliest time
d188Thou God, whom I serve, deliver my soul
d189Thou hast fled, righteous spirit, our world
d190Thy days, O man, are feeble grass
d191Thy glory, Lord, divinely streams
d192Thy goodness, Lord, through heaven extends
d193Thy presence, protection, and grace
d194Thy tokens, O Parent supreme
d195Thy works, O God, when I survey
d196To God I uttered my complaint
d197To God my offering shall arise
d198To thee, my God, my gracious King
d199Unfold ye everlasting gates
d200Unnumbered are thy works

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