The Psalmist: a new collection of hymns for the use of Baptist churches; with a supplement

Publisher: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, Boston, 1849
Editor: Richard Fuller
Denomination: Baptist
Language: English
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401Let worldly men, from shore to shorePage Scan
402Lord, I have made thy word my choicePage Scan
403Behold the morning sunPage Scan
404God, in the gospel of his SonPage Scan
405The Lord on high proclaimsPage Scan
406How sweetly flowed the gospel soundPage Scan
407Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
408Blest are the souls that hear and knowPage Scan
409This is the word of truth and lovePage Scan
410O, what amazing words of gracePage Scan
411Christ and his cross are all our themePage Scan
412The Lord Jehovah callsPage Scan
413Come, saith Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
414Wanderer from God, return, returnPage Scan
415Ye who in his courts are foundPage Scan
416Come ye sinners, poor and wretchedPage Scan
417Come hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
418Come, sinner, to the gospel feastPage Scan
419Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moanPage Scan
420Ye wretched, hungry, starving poorPage Scan
421Come, weary souls, with sin distressedPage Scan
422Let every mortal ear attendPage Scan
423The Saviour calls; let every earPage Scan
424The King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
425Come, let us join our souls to GodPage Scan
426From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
427Weary sinner, keep thine eyesPage Scan
428Jesus, thy blessings are not fewPage Scan
429Weeping sinners, dry your tearsPage Scan
430Ye trembling captives, hearPage Scan
431The Spirit, in our heartsPage Scan
432Ye sons of earth, arisePage Scan
433Come, weary sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
434Amazing sight! the Saviour standsPage Scan
435Now is th'accepted timePage Scan
436Now is the day of gracePage Scan
437Why will ye waste on trifling caresPage Scan
438Delay not, delay not; O sinner, draw nearPage Scan
439Hear, O sinner, Mercy hails youPage Scan
440Ye sinners, fear the LordPage Scan
441Haste, O sinner; now be wisePage Scan
442And canst thou, sinner, slightPage Scan
443All yesterday is gonePage Scan
444Sinner, what has earth to showPage Scan
445The swift-declining dayPage Scan
446My son, know thou the LordPage Scan
447Sinner, the voice of God regardPage Scan
448Sinners, turn; why will ye die?Page Scan
449Sinners, will you scorn the messagePage Scan
450O, sinner, why so thoughtless grown?Page Scan
451While life prolongs its precious lightPage Scan
452"Repent!" the voice celestial criesPage Scan
453To-day the Saviour callsPage Scan
454Hark, sinner, while God from on high doth entreat theePage Scan
455When thy mortal life is fledPage Scan
456See, in the vineyard of the LordPage Scan
457Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleepPage Scan
458See how the fruitless fig-tree standsPage Scan
459When, rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
460As o'er the past my memory straysPage Scan
461Dear Saviour, when my thoughts recallPage Scan
462God of mercy, God of lovePage Scan
463And can mine eyes, without a tearPage Scan
464Ah, how shall fallen manPage Scan
465Like Israel, Lord, am IPage Scan
466With guilt oppressed, bowed down with sinPage Scan
467O thou who hear'st when sinners cryPage Scan
468A broken heart, my God, my KingPage Scan
469In evil long I took delightPage Scan
470O Lord, I fall before thy facePage Scan
471Did Christ o'er sinners weepPage Scan
472Alas! and did my Saviour bleed? Page Scan
473With tears of anguish I lamentPage Scan
474Dear Saviour, prostrate at thy feetPage Scan
475Lord, with a grieved and aching heartPage Scan
476Depth of mercy!--can there bePage Scan
477Hearts of stone, relent, relentPage Scan
478Lord, how secure my conscience wasPage Scan
479Have mercy, Lord, on mePage Scan
480Once more we meet to prayPage Scan
481The long-lost son, with streaming eyesPage Scan
482O Lord, thy tender mercy hearsPage Scan
483Thou Lord of all abovePage Scan
484Show pity Lord; O Lord, forgivePage Scan
485O God of mercy, hear my callPage Scan
486And are we, wretches, yet alive?Page Scan
487Jesus demands this heart of minePage Scan
488O for that tenderness of heartPage Scan
489Return, my wandering soul, returnPage Scan
490Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
491My former hopes are fledPage Scan
492Great King of glory and of gracePage Scan
493Sweet is the friendly voice which speaksPage Scan
494Vain are the hopes the sons of menPage Scan
495O, blessed souls are theyPage Scan
496While I keep silence, and concealPage Scan
497What shall the dying sinner doPage Scan
498O thou, that hear'st the prayer of faithPage Scan
499And will the Lord thus condescendPage Scan
500How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan

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