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

Author: Samuel Willard, A. A. S.
Publisher: Printed by A. Phelps, Greenfield, Mass., 1824
Language: English
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101How cheerful and happy the scenePage Scan
102Restless spirits - faint and wearyPage Scan
103God of wisdom, God of lovePage Scan
104Lord - what frail and erring creaturesPage Scan
105Thou hast formed this wondrous framePage Scan
106Teach us, Lord - in every stationPage Scan
107O - may we learn the sacred usePage Scan
108Teach us, O God - in every statePage Scan
109From obstinate errour preserve us, O LordPage Scan
110Thee we confess, Almighty GodPage Scan
111Benignant Creator, we ownPage Scan
112Father of all - thy tender carePage Scan
113Kindle, Lord - - - our best affections, fervent love and holy zeal ;Page Scan
114Great Author and Lord of the worldPage Scan
115Author of every goodPage Scan
116How little I know of my GodPage Scan
117Temptations, Lord - beset us roundPage Scan
118From earthly scenes - my God I fleePage Scan
119As morning and evening recurPage Scan
120How great the debt I owePage Scan
121Guide us, O God - in all our waysPage Scan
122Ye that indulge in slumber stillPage Scan
123Lord - in our hearts - thy power displayPage Scan
124While we pass our dread probationPage Scan
125God over all - to thee we bowPage Scan
126We read the sacred pages, LordPage Scan
127Kindle in all our bosoms, LordPage Scan
128Arise - my slumbering soul - arisePage Scan
129Earth, unlock thy richest treasuresPage Scan
130Ye infants and children, draw nearPage Scan
131Amid the gayest scenes of youthPage Scan
132Father of all - thy name I singPage Scan
133Time is a rich - but transient giftPage Scan
134Horrour strikes the wicked dumbPage Scan
135The day approaches - O my soulPage Scan
136Wretched sinner - where's thy gain?Page Scan
137The day is come - the welcome dayPage Scan
138Sinful man is doom'd to deathPage Scan
139I've seen the blushing flower of springPage Scan
140All flesh was formed of earth at firstPage Scan
141Lord - hear the voice of our requestPage Scan
142He dies - he dies - alas! he diesPage Scan
143The toils of life are pastPage Scan
144Heaven is a pure and awful placePage Scan
145The wintry storms have ceased to roarPage Scan
146Behold the fields of bright arrayPage Scan
147Another brief summer has taken its flightPage Scan
148The blooming summer now is pastPage Scan
149Seasons, like moments, disappearPage Scan
150All hail the smiling raysPage Scan
151Be joyful, ye servants and children of GodPage Scan
152Lord - grant us every public goodPage Scan
153This house to thee - we now devotePage Scan
154By thine unchanging mercy, LordPage Scan
155Thy love and mercy, gracious GodPage Scan
156How awful, Lord - the place I fillPage Scan
157Again the cheerful dawn appearsPage Scan
158Far from the world we now retirePage Scan
159God in his mercy callsPage Scan
160He dies - He dies - Alas! He diesPage Scan
161Yes - we will love thee - blessed GodPage Scan
162Peace on earth - and peace alonePage Scan
163The name of our God we adorePage Scan
164How cheerful & happy the scenePage Scan
165Lord - when my 'raptur'd thought surveysPage Scan
166The Lord is our shepherd; we never shall wantPage Scan

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