Regular Hymns: on a great variety of evangelical subjects and important occasions: with musical directions, for all the varieties of appropriate expression

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Author: Samuel Willard, A. A. S.
Publisher: Printed by A. Phelps, Greenfield, Mass., 1824
Language: English
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1Hail - sacred and soothing reposePage Scan
2Once more this consecrated lightPage Scan
3Again with unmingled delightPage Scan
4Great God, thy courts we enter nowPage Scan
5Lord - we approach thine altar nowPage Scan
6Dread sovereign of naturePage Scan
7Infinite God, to theePage Scan
8Hear our prayers in Jesus namePage Scan
9Lord, on the tables of our heartsPage Scan
10Now we have heard thy holy wordPage Scan
11The church is a school--- of wisdom divinePage Scan
12The name of our God we adorePage Scan
13How rich are the wonders all nature displaysPage Scan
14All nature sings aloud of theePage Scan
15Almighty Jehovah, to theePage Scan
16Infinite God -- thy glorious namePage Scan
17How frail, O God, is man!Page Scan
18Thy boundless presence heavenly king,Page Scan
19Now to the Lord our God, we raisePage Scan
20Almighty Creator--I honour thy namePage Scan
21Great is the Lord -- his name adorePage Scan
22Lord -- thou art just in all thy waysPage Scan
23Thou, who hast formed our feeble dustPage Scan
24Thy goodness, Lord -- a joyful themePage Scan
25How great thy mercy -- King of kings!Page Scan
26Divine forbearance -- claims by songPage Scan
27The Lord is our Father -- our guardian and friendPage Scan
28On thee - great source of lifePage Scan
29Source of all life and lightPage Scan
30Mysterious power - thy glorious namePage Scan
31Lord - thou art God alonePage Scan
32The shades of ancient nightPage Scan
33Behold, he comes! the Saviour comesPage Scan
34The day appears! the joyful day!Page Scan
35See the "man of grief " transform'dPage Scan
36Arrayed in robes of power and gracePage Scan
37The Lord his sovereign will declaresPage Scan
38Jesus, the Son of GodPage Scan
39Accept, O God, the praise we bringPage Scan
40Behold the Son of GodPage Scan
41O - what amazing lovePage Scan
42Lo- the blessed Jesus diesPage Scan
43Thou hast spread this sacred boardPage Scan
44Tender spirits, sigh no morePage Scan
45Crowned by the hand of GodPage Scan
46Hark! tis a kind - alluring soundPage Scan
47I see the desart bloomPage Scan
48Lord - I revere thy wordPage Scan
49Faith is our only guidePage Scan
50Lord - we believe in theePage Scan
51Faith is a fount of life divinePage Scan
52The bible, Lord, demands of faithPage Scan
53'Tis thine alone -- omniscient GodPage Scan
54Ah! why do the wickedPage Scan
55Pause - weak and thoughtless sinnerPage Scan
56God in his mercy callsPage Scan
57I hear - I hear - thy warning voicePage Scan
58O God of salvation - in mercy attendPage Scan
59In deep affliction - Lord - I liePage Scan
60Eternal God, to theePage Scan
61My weakness, Lord - and wants I feelPage Scan
62Hope sheds a cheering lightPage Scan
63And do we entertain the hopePage Scan
64Eternal, immortal, unchangeable GodPage Scan
65Cease, my heart, to dread the morrowPage Scan
66Lord -- teach us -- with cheerful submissionPage Scan
67O Thou -- whose glory far outshinesPage Scan
68The Lord is my hope and my trustPage Scan
69"The Lord is our refuge and strength"Page Scan
70The Lord is our shepherd; we never shall wantPage Scan
71O happy -- more than happyPage Scan
72Lord, 'tis enough; thy bounteous handsPage Scan
73Our Father, all gracious and kindPage Scan
74Yes - we will love thee - blessed GodPage Scan
75To thee, O God - we render praisePage Scan
76Thy praise, O God - may well employPage Scan
77Praise to thee, immortal KingPage Scan
78Great Fountain of Being--thy glories we tracePage Scan
79Life is the gift of GodPage Scan
80Lord - we approach thy facePage Scan
81Lord - thou art ever just and truePage Scan
82To thee O God we lift our eyesPage Scan
83Father and friend of manPage Scan
84Christian love is meek, and lowlyPage Scan
85Lord may we act a candid partPage Scan
86Lord - we will weep for human woPage Scan
87Lord, help us to cherish a generous concernPage Scan
88Thou Father of merciesPage Scan
89"Father forgive them," Jesus pray'dPage Scan
90Our brethren and friends in distressPage Scan
91O Thou, who hearest prayerPage Scan
92Lord, while in fervent prayerPage Scan
93Bless our country, gracious GodPage Scan
94Lo, they come from east and westPage Scan
95Were'er the sun his power displaysPage Scan
96Behold the prince of gracePage Scan
97Sovereign of nature - God most highPage Scan
98Father of all the human racePage Scan
99Children, who know a father's lovePage Scan
100To parents, all faithful and kindPage Scan

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